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Doing fall cleanup in my garden on a sunny afternoon in late September, I noticed a few cabbage white butterflies still flying. The cabbage whites brought back an earlier memory from August, when I observed a butterfly in a very different habitat. I was walking through a quiet old-growth forest when a pine white butterfly fluttered down from the canopy. It’s a common species in our area and I could name it easily, but I noticed several things that were new to me. Flight patterns make me think of birds — the difference between say a hawk and a falcon. I’d never thought about the flight patterns of butterflies but the pine white was definitely a weak flyer, flapping its wings like a delicate moth. The forest seemed like an odd habitat for a butterfly, since there weren’t many flowers around. What was it doing there? Later that day, another pine white landed on my son’s yellow life jacket while the kids played at the lake shore. I had a closeup look at its attractive black and white patterning, noting that the hind wing was outlined with a pencil-line of bright orange. When I got home, I pulled Butterflies of BC by Guppy and Shepard off the shelf to read up on the pine white (Neophasia menapia). It is, I learned, a species of the trees. The females spend most of their time in the “upper branches of conifers” making only short flights to deposit eggs and forage for nectar. Males patrol the conifers for females, but also seek out flowers for nectaring. The flight of the pine white is described as “slow and weak, making it possible to capture them in midair with bare hands.” Continued on page 3. The pine white, from feast to famine.

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Funky quintet at Thursday night jazz club After two weeks of performances by jazz trios, the stage at this Thursday’s Jazz at the Avenue Bar fills up with a funky jazz quintet, accompanied by one of BCs best jazz vocalists. Five Note comprises Cameron Wigmore, tenor saxophone; Patrick Courtin, Keyboards; Brad Shipley, Guitar; Andrew Cullen, Base, and James McRae on drums. These guys are professional jazz musicians who love to stretch out on extended improvisational solos. Add to this outstanding line-up the quality of Sydney Needham’s vocals and you have the ingredients for an evening of incredible musical entertainment. The band is Vancouver Island-based, covering the music of Erykah Badu, RH Factor, Jill Scott, and more, and is influenced by D’Angelo, Saint Germain and Jamiroquai, among other artists. In addition to neo-soul vocal covers the band plays instrumental jam-funk renditions of some seriously funky music. Five Note’s often mellow grooves lend themselves perfectly to casual passive listening in club atmosphere. The Band is headed up by a tenor saxophonist Cameron Wigmore, a freelance musician with 20 years of performing &

teaching experience. He has performed and recorded across Canada in Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver, and on Vancouver Island with bands in the genres of jazz, classical, funk, swing, R&B, ska, rock and surf music. He has performed with Ken Lister, Pat Coleman, at the Port Theatre with David Gogo, at the TD International Victoria Jazz Festival in 2009 and 2010, and gigs regularly around the Island with a number of different bands. Cameron studied with Phil Dwyer, Pat LaBarbera, Don Thompson, Pat Coleman and Kirk MacDonald. In addition to studying music in Toronto at Humber College, he holds a Bachelors of Music Degree in Jazz Performance from Vancouver Island University. Regular jazz fans in Comox Valley are already familiar with the wonderful vocal talent of Sydney Needham. This young

woman is on her way to the top of the business, with an ability to lull an audience with a mellow ballad sung with a voice of a nightingale in one number, and then blow them away with the power of Aretha Franklin or Ella Fitzgerald in the next. This is your opportunity to see her for yourself. Show time is 7:30pm. The cost is $5, but if you think it’s worth more at the end of the evening, you’re always welcome to throw a bit more in the hat! The Georgia Straight Jazz Society is a non- profit organization, where almost all the money goes to the performers, and a small portion goes into a bursary fund awarded each year to the most deserving up-and-coming Comox Valley-based student who is headed for post secondary jazz music studies. We’re committed to keeping music live, and doing our bit to make sure that the finest of tomorrow’s talent is given every opportunity to develop. Supporting Thursday Night Jazz, and maintaining a membership in the Society ensures that this tradition will continue. For more information about the Society and its forthcoming schedule, please visit us at www.georgiastraightjazz.com or follow us on Facebook.

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14 MONDAY LADIES AUXILIARY DROP-IN BINGO • Comox Legion Ladies Auxiliary Drop-in Bingo, upper hall. Doors open 6 pm, bingo 7 p.m. All money goes to charities. Free coffee and tea.

15 TUESDAY CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN • Meeting of CFUW Comox Valley - Oct. 15, 11:30am2pm. Clubhouse, Eagle Ridge Estates , 2200 Manor Drive, Comox. New members welcome. Check out our website for program details and special interest groups. Celebrating 30 years in the Comox Valley! FMI: CFUW President 250-339-5656 comoxvalleycfuw@gmail.com https://sites.google.com/site/cfuwcv BABY TALK • Courtenay Lewis Centre, Tuesdays, 10-11:30 a.m. All families with infants aged newborn to six months welcome. Socializing, support, refreshments, guest speakers and resource library. Free

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16 WEDNESDAY HEART SUPPORT GROUP COMOX VALLEY CHAPTER • Monthly Meeting October 16, 7PM, Comox Recreation Centre, 1855 Noel Ave. Our group is a support group for anyone who has had a heart procedure, is about to undergo a heart procedure and their spouses. Our guest speaker for this meeting is Annette MoulinsDavis, Head ICU Nurse at St. Joes’. There is no charge for our meetings & all are welcome. For more information, please call: 339-5349

17 THURSDAY COUNCIL OF CANADIANS PRESENTATION • On Thursday, October 17th a screening of the 2010 documentary, Gasland, by Josh Fox, is being co-sponsored by Comox Valley Council of Canadians, North Island Students Union and Cinema Politica Comox Valley. This Academy Award nominated film documents how people and communities in the States are being affected by the natural gas drilling boom that has been underway for the past decade. Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College, 7:30 to 9:30 pm FMI 250-3344608. AUTUMN GALA FOR GLACIER VIEW LODGE • Oct. 17, 7pm-10pm, Florence Filberg Centre, Courtenay. Join us for a fun evening in support of a new Adult Day Program building at Glacier View Lodge. Our evening will include a presentation by “Wisequacks” Dr. Dave Hepburn, music by Michael Johnson & friends, games of chance, silent auction, dessert buffet and a no host bar. Special thanks to our key sponsors, Investor’s Group and the Eagle FM 97.3. FMI: Call Liz 250 338 1451, Liz.Friis@sjghcomox.ca www.glacierviewlodge. ca

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Local trio returns to Zocalo to serve up Friday night jazz Forbidden Jazz Trio returns to Zocalo Café for an evening performance on Fri, Oct. 11. Comprised of Jake Masri on trumpet, flugelhorn and vocals, Mike Eddy on keyboards, and Grahame Edwards on bass, they strive to reach audiences of all ages by performing a wide variety of timeless jazz standards and original compositions. Representing more than 4 decades of experience, their unique blend of voice, brass, and strings will weave their collective magic through 2 sets of entertaining music. Michael Eddy is a recent addition to the trio, replacing Jim Chew on guitar. Although relatively new to the valley, he has been fortunate enough to collaborate with many fantastic musicians over the past few years, including those in the Lensmen, Jazztet, and the CR Big Band.

His music degree in classical piano performance has greatly enhanced his love for Jazz. During a long and distinguished career, he has performed with a multitude of groups from Dixie to Rock, and was Musical Director for Keyano College Theatre in Fort McMurray for ten years. Mike is also the recipient of the Alberta Band Director of the Year and of the Alberta Excellence in Teaching Award. Talented multi-instrumentalist Grahame Edwards studied music at the University of British Columbia and holds a Diploma in Fine Arts from the University of Calgary. Aside from both acoustic & electric bass, Grahame also plays percussion & trumpet. He has appeared with countless local ensembles & productions in every genre from choral to musical theatre, big band jazz to classical. His first musical love, however,

lies with improvised music and he enjoys playing & composing his own jazz tunes. In addition to performing, Grahame has taught both privately & in the Campbell River School District, and enjoys sharing his music by conducting workshops & clinics. Over the years, he has studied with many respected Jazz musicians including Don Clarke, Phil Nimmons, Chris Nelson, and Paul Horn. No stranger to the local music scene, Jake Masri draws his inspiration from classical repertoire to musical theater to Afro-Cuban/New Orleans, and Bebop styles. His passion for jazz is directly linked to artists such as Herb Alpert, Miles Davis, Chet Baker, & Arturo Sandoval. As a performance major at VCC, UVIC, & UBC, Jake studied trumpet with Boyd Hood, Gerald Gerbrecht, & trombonist, Dave Robbins. His studies in jazz exposed him to pros such as Mike

Herriot, Bill Clarke, & Hugh Fraser during the local CYMC summer program. Among his favorite vocal instructors are Ann Mortifee, Rhiannon, Ysaye Barnwell, & Wendy Nixon Stothert. Since moving to Comox in 2002, Jake has appeared with Quintessence Brass; 6th Street, Jazztown, & Jazz Noir combos. We invite you to join us for a casual, entertaining evening of jazz. Music commences at 7:30 pm and admission is by donation. The spacious café features local artwork andthe licensed kitchen offers a wide selection of sweet & savory dishes along with beverages. For more info, please contact Zocalo Café & Gallery @ 250 331 0933, or simply drop by the corner of 5th Street and Cliffe Ave. in downtown Courtenay (www.zocalocafe. ca.)

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Harmonic Arts in Cumberland is now offering a series of health-based workshops to the Comox Valley. On Wednesday October 16th, 6:00pm-9:00pm. is a workshop on setting yourself up for health success, Instructors: Feed Life team, Vancouver, Eden Elizabeth RHN RYT, Colin Medhurst HHC RYT In this workshop you will learn tips on how to set yourself up for health success. It’s confusing to sift through all the information out there about optimal nutrition for cancer. Learn about the dozen cancer fighting foods and how to properly combine and prepare them for optimal nutrition. We will be demonstrating delicious recipes to inspire you to incorporate these foods into your daily routine. Take home recipes and all the information you’ll need to stock your kitchen with the best ingredients to improve your cancer fighting terrain. You don’t have to have cancer to enjoy this class it’s also a great plant-based eating 101 workshop! Eden Elizabeth RHN RYT: Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Culinary Artist, and Cancer Thriver, Eden is passionate about sharing her love for plant-based healing. Her classes are full of geeky science info and beautifully crafted recipes. She’s been fortunate to learn from some of the top plant based chefs and world renowned doctors. She is actively involved in numerous health and nutrition related organizations such as F - Cancer, Friends for Life, Raw Foundation, The Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, SPUD and Thrive Alive Foundation. Colin Medhurst HHC RYT: Photographer, Mind-body Practitioner, Musician, Firefighter, and the brains behind the business aspect of Feed Life. Not your stereotypical firefighter - he’s powered by plants not steaks! You may have seen him on the TV show “Cooking With Fire” showing the world how easy and delicious it can be to be a herbivore. Colin’s a student of Resonance Repatterning, graduate of New York State University’s Integrative Nutrition and accomplished Yoga Teacher. Colin’s mind-body classes are full of ancient wisdom and modern science. Colin is passionate about sharing his experiences eating plant-based and having the abundant energy and strength to climb mountains! To register please visit: Harmonicarts.ca/events, by phone (250) 400-4403 or in person at Harmonic Arts #2-3276 2nd St, Cumberland.

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