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Fill your Fridays with a market and music Fridays are anything but boring here on the North Shore. With warmer weather blowing in and longer daylight hours you have much more time in the day to get things done and enjoy the outdoors. So why not start your weekend off right by spending it in your community? The North Shore Business Improvement Association (NSBIA) and the City of Kamloops have made this task easy by planning RSOE - fr ear 2011.indd 1 Fridays which are packed full of entertainment and frolic here on this side of the river. The NSBIA once again started the Friday fun with their popular Friday night Farmer’s Markets. Happening each Friday afternoon/evening from 4pm to dusk until the Thanksgiving long weekend at Spirit Square, the North Shore Farmer’s Market is a must hit spot on the way home from a long week at work. “The North Shore Farmer’s Market is back!” explains Ula Chauvet, project coordinator at the NSBIA. “It all takes place at Spirit Square, Fridays from 4pm until dusk. We have various vendors including our favourite regulars and new arrivals each week. Every week you can find great goodies and fresh, local foods like honey, eggs, salsas, organic meats, and grass fed beef. The produce should be coming in People come from miles around to pick up their fresh eggs from Joe Vassallo. He’s just one of the quality vendors that sell their wares at each real quick as well.” The Farmer’s Market is a great Friday afternoon’s Farmer’s Market at Spirit Square on the North Shore.

place to go and stock up on local and fresh food as well as find other exciting buys which sometimes include wild salmon, pottery, plants and creative crafts. Never a better place to buy fresh and in season produce and fruit, the hardworking merchants at the market bring you the best our area has to offer most of the times right from the field ready for your plate. “The Farmer’s Market is a great place to come and get to know your neighbours and experience what your community has to offer,” continues Ula. “Each vendor has its regulars and each vendor brings people to the market. Those people then see what everyone else has to offer and tries things from other vendors, that’s how farmer’s markets go. You should make the Friday Farmer’s Market part of your routine, come out and support your local farmers.” In addition to being able to buy fresh, local foods and goodies, the North Shore also hosts Music in the Park live each Friday night during the summer in McDonald Park. A short bike, walk or car ride from Spirit Square, load up – continued on page 2

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Real life littlest hobo makes long journey home

Suki (whose real name is Pollux) has quite a “tail” to tell. The Kamloops SPCA received the Lab cross as a stray on June 30th from a good Samaritan who found her a few weeks previous and cared for her. On her arrival at the SPCA, Suki was checked for I.D. and her microchip was traced not only to a veterinary clinic in Quebec, but to her owner as well. Suki’s family was overjoyed to hear that their dog, which went missing from Montreal over a year ago, had been found. Through the generosity of a grant from SPCA International, Suki will soon be flying home to reunite with her family.

“This is an amazing story. We have no idea how Suki got to Kamloops from Quebec or what has happened to her over the last year, only she knows. We are happy to have had a small part in reuniting Suki with her family and are ecstatic to be sending her home,” said B.C. SPCA Kamloops Branch acting branch manager Sarah Gerow. The SPCA reminds everyone to have some permanent identification on your pets, such as a tattoo or microchip. “Without Suki having a microchip, we would not have been able to find her family.” For more information contact Kamloops SPCA at 250-3767722 or Kamloops@spca.bc.ca.

Cathy McLeod, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Revenue and Member of Parliament for KamloopsThompson-Cariboo, announced recently on behalf of the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities funding that will allow the Kamloops Airport to make important safety upgrades. With a federal investment of $905,700, the airport will be able to purchase a new fire truck and equipment to improve the airport’s emergency response capacity. “The support that Kamloops Airport receives from the Government of Canada is essential for our continuing operation.” said Kamloops Airport Managing Director Fred Legace. “Major purchases like this are outside of

the capacity of regional airports like Kamloops but are necessary to ensure safety of the airports system. The service should begin operation within the coming 12 months with the delivery of the truck and the hiring and training of personnel.” Airports Capital Assistance

After a very long year away from home, Suki (aka Pollux) was happily reunited with her family in Quebec!

Airport receives funding for needed upgrades Program (ACAP) finances capital projects related to safety, such as rehabilitating runways and taxiways, and purchasing visual aids and heavy airside mobile equipment like fire trucks and snowplows. Since ACAP was first introduced, the Government of Canada has invested a total

of $556 million in 678 projects at 171 airports, including today’s announcement. Over 99 per cent of these projects were airside safety-related projects such as runways, taxiways and visual aids, as well as heavy airside mobile equipment such as fire trucks and snowplows.

The BIG Little Science Centre will be moving

The BIG Little Science Centre will be at a new location starting in September 2011. The demand for teaching classrooms at Bert Edwards Science and Technology School has made it impossible to continue the many offerings of the BIG Little Science Centre in the limited space that was available.

At the George Hilliard Elementary School building, the science centre will have access to eight rooms, a great improvement over the three rooms available at B.E.S.T. The move will be made gradually over the summer, and most of the summer camps will likely be at B.E.S.T.

Moving will be a huge task, so lots of help will be needed. The BIG little Science Centre thanks Gord Stewart and the Directors who worked so hard to make this move to a larger facility possible as well as the Board of School Trustees of District 73 for approving this move to a larger facility.

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on goodies and head over for a calm and peaceful night in the park. The entertainment which is courtesy of BCLC and the City of Kamloops is in addition to the regular daily entertainment in Riverside Park and is a great opportunity to be able to access entertainment without having to stray too far from home. McDonald Park is not only a huge, wide, beautiful park but it has a full playground, outdoor pool, and water park to entertain the kids, has easy access to the

Rivers Trail and is within riding distance from any point on the North Shore. This Friday stop by at 7:00 p.m. to hear the popular music of Nuna Y, kings of South American styled music, followed by roots band Just Like That on July 22 and the country stylings of the North Shore’s own Art Pruce on July 29. To get an idea of what is happening on your North Shore, pick up the new North Shore Guide and Directory or pick up a monthly Arts and Events Magazine. We may be the quiet

part of town but we have a lot going on! To participate in the North Shore Farmer’s Market or to get more information about what the season has in store you can call the NSBIA at 250-376-

2411 and to get the low down on who is playing at Music in the Park you can go online to kamloops.ca/events/ns-musicinthepark.shtml. Tanya Orozco, freelance

Denis Walsh runs for council Denis Walsh will be running again for a position on City Council. His main priorities for the next term are maintaining city services while holding costs down, helping to create solid plans for the future, and build-

ing community by improving community engagement and participation. If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact Denis Walsh, City Councillor at 250374-4985.


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The beach along Schubert Drive. It’s a long beach with lots of sand. Jeff Fransson and Breanne Lapointe of the Kamloops Food Bank at the Christmas in July fundraiser in the London Drugs parking lot last Friday. July is a critical time for the Kamloops Food Bank and the public is encouraged to donate money or food items to help fill the Food Bank shelves. They are located at 171 Wilson Street on Kamloops North Shore.

Dakota. Murray has a solid understanding of the professional ranks as well as the BCHL, having played for the Vernon Lakers. After playing in Vernon he played three seasons with the University of North Dakota before starting his professional career. Murray was born in Prince George but has been a well known business man in Kamloops for many years. Murray will bring a physical presence to the team and provide a positive role model for the young players who will play for the Storm this coming season. Murray will be an assistant coach with the Storm.

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Dutchie’s story Maple Ridge artist Dutchie Rutledge-Mathison whose works are signed simply “dutchie”, has developed an international following with her vibrant representations of Northern aboriginal culture. Recently North Shore Community Centre residents were the lucky recipients of a visit by Dutchie. She is among the last of Canada’s homesteading generation and hosted a story-telling hour where she read from her new book Memories of a Homesteader’s Daughter.

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Community grants help policing services Kamloops, Barriere, Chase, Clearwater, the Sun Peaks Mountain Resort Municipality, and the Thompson-Nicola Regional District will be receiving Strategic Community Investment Fund (SCIF) grants. Funds come from the Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing program (TFRS) and Small Community and Regional District Grants (SCG). This is important because SCIF grants allow communities to invest in their own priority projects.

The Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing program helps municipalities that directly pay for police enforcement costs. The grants come from ticket fines and court-imposed fines on violation tickets, and the amount of money a municipality receives is based on its contribution to total municipal policing costs. This money will provide additional funding for local policing services and crime prevention programs.

“Local issues are understood best by local governments. That’s why programs like the Strategic Community Investment Fund make such a difference. They give local governments the freedom to re-invest money in projects they have identified as priorities,” said Kamloops-North Thompson MLA Terry Lake. Learn more about B.C. local governments at www.cscd.gov.bc.ca/ lgd

Tour Ukrainian Church from inside out Tour Ukrainian Orthodox Church of All Saints from inside out While traveling to Europe, South America or elsewhere at some point it is almost guaranteed that you will visit a church. Whether you are religious or not, it is almost impossible not to be taken in by the beauty of some of these works of art. Why not check out a local piece of art here at home? Here in Kamloops the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of All Saints is offering icon tours of the interior of the church during July and August and they invite you to come and see the masterpiece for yourself. “Icon Tours can be as formal or informal as the person would like,” explains Gareth Howell. “Our church is painted from floor to ceiling in icons which are depictions of the saints, Christ, the Virgin Mary (Theotokos) and events from the Bible. Icons in Orthodoxy are considered an integral part of our worship. Anyone is wel-

come to come and see the inside of our church and there will be two people there on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to help with any questions they may have as they walk through the history of the Christian faith as well as the history of Orthodox Christianity in Ukraine. The tours are being offered even if people are merely curious to see what the church looks like inside, if they’ve ever driven past the green domes and wondered what

was inside, or for those interested in history, art, or religion.” The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of All Saints is open to the public on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 1pm until 3pm or by appointment. You will find the church with the green domes at 1044 8th Street. For more information or to book a tour call Father Mykola (Michael) at 250-3185480 or 778-220-5584. You can also email msawchenko@gmail.com.

Royal LePage breaks record

Royal LePage Reality was excited to announce their 2nd Annual Garage Sale was a resounding success. The total raised for the local YMCA/ YWCA Women’s Shelter was $4,272.15. In addition, through their office contributions have raised $25,120.75 this year so far for the Women’s Shelter. In 2010 the Royal LePage Shel-

ter Foundation was thrilled to raise $300,000 at the National Garage Sale, but this year they shattered that record and nationally raised over $386,000. On behalf of the Shelter Foundation and the YMCA/ YWCA Women’s Shelter, Kamloops Royal LePage would like to thank everyone for their generosity.


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Almost no one can help you enjoy the hot summer months more than the crew over at Tri-Rom Industries here on the North Shore. Known as the go-to guys for everything from airconditioning and furnace maintenance, installation and repair to refrigeration experts, Tri-Rom does this and a whole lot more. “We do everything from maintenance and repairs to installing new central air systems and heat pumps.� explains Dennis Rombough of Tri-Rom In- The Tri-Rom crew: (L-R) Tom Allister, Dennis Rombough, Shannon Hammer, Chad dustries. “We have McDonald and Randy Katuski. been installing a lot of barbeque, fire pit or any other ap- they can help and are more than heat pumps lately, a heat pump is pliance that requires gas. Not only happy to do so. Ask your friends, an air conditioner that contains a is this a much more convenient family and neighbours and chancvalve that lets it switch between way to barbeque - think no more es are they have called Tri-Rom blowing cool air and heat. More running to the store to refill your industries and have been delightpeople are turning to the use of tank but also a great way to en- ed with the prompt, courteous and heat pumps because they can be joy a backyard fire in a city that professional assistance they have extremely efficient in their use of doesn’t allow open burning. received. Don’t let the hot season energy and save you money on “The options are endless,� con- get you down, dial 250-554-8733. your gas bill.� tinues Shannon. “You can even Tanya Orozco, freelance “We can help you get the most run natural gas to tiki torches out of the summer months,� ex- around your property. With one plains Shannon Hammer of Tri- flip of a switch you have beautiful Rom Industries. “Not only do we and natural outdoor lighting.� In last week’s edition of the install, fix, and maintain your airThese services are just some of North Shore Echo there was conditioning systems but while the many that Tri-Rom Industries an error in the Rock’n Firkin we are keeping you cool indoors offer. In addition to being one of the t. a mus Sports Pubce&isGrill business we can also make the outdoors a best air-conditioning experien service concoaching derby background needed but profile. The next UFC fight place you will want to spend a lot Notractors in town, Tri-Rom Indusis Evans vs. Davis and will of time.� tries has their Preventative MainWhat Shannon is speaking tenance program, are first class in be held on August 6, startabout is Tri-Rom Industries gas the heating and refrigeration deing at 6pm. We would like line installation service. With just partments, do commercial applito apologize for any inconone phone, you can have Tri-Rom ance install and repair, and have a venience that was caused come and install outdoor natural 24 hour emergency service. If you by our mistake. gas lines that can hook up to your have a need, a want or a question

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Home Tour fundraiser for Kamloops Art Gallery

The last time you were at Sun Peaks, surely you noticed the gorgeous houses. You probably even thought that you would love to see them inside. Well here is your chance! The Home Tour: Architectural Spaces, a Kamloops Art Gallery fundraiser, will be taking place at, and enroute to, Sun Peaks on Sunday July 17 in conjunction with the Sun Peaks Wine and Culture Festival that takes place that weekend. The Home Tour features four architecturally impressive homes that are beautifully decorated inside

The professor is in Professor Don Bouffard was at the North Shore Community Centre on July 8 making science easy and fun for seniors! Here the professor is explaining the properties of Ulexite, a mineral occurring in silky white rounded crystalline masses or in parallel fibers. The natural fibers of ulexite conduct light along their long axes, by internal reflection. Neat!

and out and have special displays by select home dĂŠcor retailers. The two well established events will come together in a perfect pairing, hosting people with similar types of interests. Having The Home Tour at Sun Peaks really rounds out the activities that are taking place already that weekend and Home Tour guests will really appreciate being able to see some of these spectacular homes. Also new this year, every ticket sold will also receive a $10 voucher to enjoy one of 6 res-

taurants at Sun Peaks (valid July 17 only). The participating restaurants are Bella Italia, Mantles Restaurant, Masa’s Bar & Grill, Memories Mountain High Pizza, Tod Mountain Creperie. This makes it even more fun for couples or to get a group of ladies to get together that want to make a great day of it. A special room night rate has also been arranged for those that want to make it a weekend get away. Simply call 1-800-807-3257 for reservations. Tickets for this self-guided and

self-paced tour are limited and are on sale until the day of the event, or until sold-out, at The Gallery Store or by phone at 250-377-2400 or at Sun Peaks Adventure Centre located in the Village Day Lodge. A map to and descriptions of each of the tour homes are provided upon ticket purchase. Check www. kag.bc.ca for more information. If you are renovating or building and looking for great ideas or just appreciate the fine art of architecture and interior design then this tour is for you.

Summer Shuswap Pottery Sale

Summertime is here and so is The Great Shuswap Pottery Sale on July 16 and 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Celista Hall, on the shore of Shuswap Lake, is the place to find an incredible selection of pottery and fine crafts. Some of the best Kamloops and area artists are in attendance with hand-crafted

pottery, jewellery, glass creations, raku, metalwork, fiberart and much more. Go and enjoy a beautiful summer day. Take a friend, a picnic, and your bathing suit. For directions and more information, check out their web site at www.greatshuswappotterysale.com or contact Lorel Sternig at jlster@telus.net.

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The Thompson Nicola Cariboo United Way will host the 8th Annual Community Carnival on the 300 block of Victoria Street on Friday, July 15th. Part of the Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association’s Merchants Market, the Community Carnival is a celebration of community spirit as local non-profit organizations provide information to the public through exciting Carnival games. This fun-filled family event will run from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is open to the

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Hilarious advice on how to look after your husband This advice was allegedly in a Home Economics textbook. Have his dinner ready. Plan the night before to have a delicious meal ready for him on time. This will let him know that you’ve been thinking of him and concerned about his needs. Most men are hungry when they come home and the thought of a good meal is part of the warm welcome he needs. Make yourself look nice. Take a 15 minutes rest so that you will be refreshed when he arrives home. Touch up your make-up and put a pink ribbon in your hair. Don’t forget he has just been with a lot of work-weary people, so he will need you to look fresh. Be gay and interesting, as his boring day will need a lift. Clear away the clutter around the house. Make one last trip through the main part of the house just before your husband arrives home and gather up school books, toys, paper, etc. Run a duster over the tables. Then, when he arrives home, your husband will feel he has reached a haven of rest and order. It will give you a lift too.

Prepare the children. Take a few minutes to wash their hands and faces, comb their hair and if necessary, change their clothes. They are little treasures and he would like to see them playing the part. Minimise all noise. As soon as he arrives home, turn off the washer, dryer, dishwasher and vacuum. Encourage the children to be quiet. Be happy to see him. Greet him with a warm smile and look glad to see him. Don’t greet him with problems and don’t complain if he is late for dinner. Count this as minor compared to what he might have gone through that day. So make him comfortable. Have him lean back in his armchair or suggest that he lie down in the bedroom. Have a cool drink ready for him. Arrange his pillow and offer to take off his shoes. Speak in a low, soft, soothing and pleasant voice. Allow him to relax and unwind. Listen to him. You may have a dozen things to tell him, but the moment of his arrival is not the time. Let him talk first. Make the evening his. Never complain if he does not take you

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n Music in the Park - Free concerts held at McDonald Park from 7 to 8:30pm every Friday evening. July 15 - Nuna Y, South American. July 22 - Just Like That, Roots. n North Shore Farmer’s Market at Spirit Square, corner of MacKenzie and Yew, every Friday until Sept. 30 from 4-8pm. n Entertainment at Barside Lounge & Grill at Chances Gaming Entertainment 1250 Halston Ave. Fridays 7-10pm. July 15 - Aaron Spohrn n BIG Little Science Centre is open for public drop-in 10am4pm Mon-Sat. Amazing and interactive science shows daily at 1:30pm. Week of July 11: Air Pressure, week of July 18: Light and Colour. Senior Camp for ages 8 to 12 from July 18 to July 22, 9:00am to 3:00pm. Build a camera you can climb inside, dissect owl pellets, use forensic science to locate a pollution source, check out different forms of electricity, conduct a fossel dig, test chemical reactions, and much more. Call 250-554-2572 for more info. n The Kamloops Astronomy Club will be holding their monthly meeting at the Stake Lake Observatory on July 13 at 7:30pm. Raffle tickets will be available for the Star Party draw in October. Phone 573-4861 to carpool from the Versatile parking lot. n Neighbourhood Block Parties, Bridge Baptist Church will be hosting a summer block on Saturday from 1-3 on July 16 at Brocklehurst Park with

Step into a Rainbow Wonderland when you walk through the door of the Wilson House Gallery. Hope Mikal’s acrylics exhibit is on through July 29 from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday at 115 Tranquille Rd. Here is Hope with one of her colourful pieces ‘Talking Flower.’ Not only is Hope an artist, she is also a certified Creative Muse Leader. She hosts workshops and groups where anyone can find or enhance their ‘artsy bones.’ “I believe every person is creative in his/her own way, also I love helping others flourish in their creative passions,” says Hope. Her artwork can also be viewed year round at The Art We Are at 246 Victoria St.

bounce houses, popcorn, snow cones, games, and a bike giveaway. These are completely free events and will be a great way

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more info contact Kyla Gleason at 250-828-2512 n Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind Fundraiser - Hot dog sale and entertainment on July 16 at the Brocklehurst Coopers Foods to support Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind from 10am to 2pm. Entertainment includes Uncle Chris the Clown 10-11am, and musical acts: The Switch 10:30-11:45am, Danny 11:45am-12:30pm, King Viper 1pm-1:45pm. n Interior Savings Moonlight Movie Tour in Riverside Park on July 20 - Rio Admission is by donation. Family activities start at 7pm, movie begins at dusk. n Stage One Summer Theatre School – Aug. 2 to 20 for children ages 8-18 with Introductory, Musical Theatre, & Performance classes. Call Western Canada Theatre at 250-372-3216 for more information. n North Shore Artwalk runs July 29 to Sept 15. Pick up a map and begin at Wilson House Gallery, home of the North Shore Business Improvement Association at 115 Tranquille Road. n CN Railroaders Crib night meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at 7pm at the Parkview Activity Centre, 500 McDonald Ave. Admission $1, includes tea, coffee and goodies. Everyone is welcome. n Kiwanis Club of Kamloops meets Thursdays 6:30pm at Orchard Grill in Valleyview. New members welcome to join in serving the children of the world. Phone 250-376-3356 for more info.

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