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August 31, 2013 10am to 4pm


The British Car Club will again be in attendance displaying their wonderful vehicles in the upper field. The Bow Horne Bay Community Club is happy to bring you the 43rd Annual Lighthouse Country Fall Fair on the grounds of the Lighthouse Community Centre. We have something for everyone so come out and enjoy the day.

Stroll the open air market for great finds from our varied local vendors, watch the local “Dog Whisperer” train the dogs, look up to the skies to see model airplanes soaring overhead, visit the chainsaw carvers in the upper field and watch them turn a cedar log into a work of art. The day has ongoing entertainment for kids: FREE petting zoo, pony rides, bouncy castle and organized games all geared to keep young fair goers happily entertained. We have a professional photographer to take photos and email digital copies to you so be sure and stop by and get your FREE photo. The photographer will also be available at the stage to take photos of the winning exhibitors proudly displaying their ribbons!

What would the fair be without our fabulous pet and bike parade led by Daisy Cow and followed by the talented “Bolting Brassicas” from Lasqueti Island?

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THE INDOOR ARTISANS show in the Lions Hall will be full of local artists and artisans displaying and selling their fabulous works of art.

The exhibit hall stage will have ongoing demos featuring local dancers, singers and more. Our Outdoor Stage Manager is busy cooking up a wonderful variety of local talent for you to sit and listen to or get your feet tapping. BARDO, – the glove-trained barred owl will once again make an appearance and will educate you about these beautiful raptors. He is used in the wildlife education program at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Assoc. in Errington.

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Bring in your entries on The Bow Horne Bay Community Club encompasses the communities of Lighthouse Country-Bowser,Horne Lake, Qualicum Bay and Deep Bay and has been going strong since 1970. The Club encourages family involvement and community spirit through hosting community events which in turn help to promote our area’s local organizations and businesses. Our primary projects include the Annual Fall Fair, the Mother’s Day Hanging Basket Sale, Trivia Night and the Lighthouse Country Garden Tour and Strawberry Tea. Funds raised through these events are donated for improvements to Your Community Hall, two Scholarships, The Bowser Foodbank, The Bowser Hot Lunch Program as well as other Emergency Needs that may occur in our communities. We welcome new members at any time, so please call Patricia McLean at 250-757-8806 to become more involved with the Community Club. BRING IN YOUR ENTRIES TO THE 43RD ANNUAL FALL FAIR ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 30TH – 1PM – 5:30PM

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COUNTRY FALL FAIR

May has arrived and it is time to start planning your entries for the 43rd Annual Lighthouse Country Fall Fair. Whether it be the Best Tomatoes, the Perfect Peach, the tastiest baking or something in the many other categories in our guide, we look forward to displaying and sharing your creations and perhaps inspiring others to create and take up rewarding pastimes. We have added some new categories and removed some old ones as well as done some rearranging so we are SURE there is a category for everyone. We would also like to thank our local businesses for their support to help fund this community family event, enabling us to keep our admission fees down and maintain our mandate to keep the children’s activities FREE for all kids. We are sure you will enjoy the local talent on the main stage and the demos and entertainers on the inside stage as well as the varied vendors and artists throughout the grounds and in the Artists Hall. SO, plan your entries now, be part of this community event and perhaps win a prize, a coveted ribbon or trophy and especially the “bragging rights”. We would be remiss if we did not give a HUGE thank you to our past President, Sheena McCorquodale, and a big welcome to some returning and some new Board Members. We all look forward to organizing and making this 43rd Annual Fair enjoyable and memorable.

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SEE YOU AT THE FAIR www.communityclub.ca Patricia McLean

President

250-757-8806 Vice President

Lynette Twigge

Secretary

Lynda Hearn

Treasurer

Lois Curry

Directors

Carole Brown

Catherine (Taffy) George

Louise Duncan

Ruth Saefkow

Sandra Wahlgren

Terri Bowen

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FALL FAIR ENTRIES – GENERAL RULES Please bring your entries to Lighthouse Community Centre,

240 Lions Way on

Friday, August 30, 2013 between 1 – 5:30pm ENTRY FEE: Adults - $0.50 each for the first 10 items. Subsequent items are $0.25 each Children - $0.25 for each item Doors close promptly at 5:30 p.m.

Enter as many classes as you wish, but only one entry per class. All exhibits must be made or grown by the exhibitor and must be the property of the exhibitor at the time of the Fair. NO entries are to be picked up before the Fair is officially closed at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 31st. Any entries left after 4:00 p.m. will be auctioned off at 4:30 p.m. All proceeds to the Fair.

Entries must not have been entered in any previous Bow Horne Bay Community Club Fair, known as Lighthouse Country Fall Fair. Display only the exact number called for in each class. All possible care will be taken of the exhibits, but the Fair Board will not be held responsible for loss or damage of entries. Decisions of judges are final.

PRIZES: Adults: Children:

1st – ribbon 2nd – ribbon 3rd ribbon 1st- ribbon + $2.00 2nd – ribbon + $1.50 3rd – ribbon

CATEGORIES:

100’s – AGE 5 and under 200’s – AGE 6 – 8 300’s – AGE 9 – 12 400’s – AGE 13 – 16 500’s – ADULT

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AGE 5 & UNDER JUNIOR COMMITTEE: LEIGH CAMPBELL 250-752-2066 SANDRA WAHLGREN 250-757-8767 CAROLE BROWN 250-757-8883 VAL WEISMILLER 250-757-9667 *All exhibits must be made by exhibitor **Age must be stated on entry form

SECTION A

JUNIOR VEGETABLES

AGE 5 & UNDER *Exhibits must be grown and shown by exhibitor **All exhibits must be identified

CLASSES 100. Beans – 3, all stems on 101. Best freak vegetable 102. Cherry tomatoes – 3 103. Greenest pumpkin or squash 104. Peas – 3, all stems on 105. Themed Vegetable Creature - made of fresh vegetables only, wires/pins may be used to hold it together

SECTION D

JUNIOR BAKING

AGE 5 & UNDER *No mixes **Exhibits displayed on flat surface

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CLASSES 106. Cupcakes - 3, decorated 107. Cookie (giant)- at least 6” (15 cm), decorated 108. Rice Krispies creation decorated using edible items only

SECTION F

JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS & HOBBIES

AGE 5 & UNDER *Classes may be changed at discretion of committee **Name of exhibitor to be covered on exhibits

JUNIOR ARTS CLASSES 109. Colouring book picture – crayon 110. Crayon picture – original 111. Finger paint picture 112. Picture made using natural materials 113. Picture using stickers 114. Sketch – felts 115. Sketch – pencil crayons 116. Stamped picture 117. Any other artwork not listed above

JUNIOR CRAFTS 118. Christmas decoration 119. Family Arts & Crafts project. One parent

and one or more children work together to create an entry. Please include photo showing you working together on your project. Any medium or category at least 50% produced by children.

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120. My Pet Rock, decorated by you, no bigger than 6” (15 cm)

121. Necklace made from cereal or pasta 122. Paper bag puppet 123. Shell creation 124. Any other craft not listed above

AGES 6-8 YEARS SECTION A

JUNIOR VEGETABLES

AGE 6-8

*Exhibits must be grown and shown by exhibitor **All exhibits must be identified

SECTION G

JUNIOR FLORAL

AGE 5 & UNDER CLASSES 125. Any single bloom 126. Arrangement of natural materials in a dish or other container to create a nature scene. Miniature figures or animal may be added.

127. Dandelion bouquet 128. Flower bouquet 129. Wildflower bouquet

CLASSES 200. Beans -3, stems intact 201. Best freak vegetable 202. Blackberries – 6 203. Carrots – 3 204. Cherry Tomatoes – 3 205. Oddest shaped pumpkin or squash 206. Peas - 6 pods, stems intact 207. Potatoes – 3 208. Themed Vegetable Creature - made of fresh vegetables only, wires/pins may be used to hold it together

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SECTION D

SECTION F

AGE 6-8

AGE 6-8

*No mixes. **Exhibits displayed on a flat surface.

*Classes may be changed at discretion of committee **Name of exhibitor to be covered on exhibits

JUNIOR BAKING

CLASSES 209. Cake - 1, single layer, decorated 210. Cookie - 1, decorated gingerbread man 211. Cookie (giant)- at least 6” (15 cm), decorated

212. Cookies -3, dropped 213. Cupcakes -3, decorated 214. Packed School Lunch 215. Rice Krispies Creation

JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS & HOBBIES

JUNIOR ART

CLASSES 216. Collage 217. Family Arts and Craft Project - one parent and one or more children work together to create an entry. Include photo showing you working together on your project, any medium or category, at least 50% produced by children

218. Floor plan of your home’s fire escape routes 8 1/2” x 11” (22 cm x 28 cm)

219. Painting - completed by using an item other than a paintbrush (e.g. carved potato); present painting and item on construction paper (8 1/2”x11”)(22 cmx28 cm)

220. Painting - water colour 221. Papier Mache – monster 222. Picture - using natural materials 223. Sketch - felt pen 224. Sketch – pencil 225. Any other artwork not listed above

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JUNIOR CRAFTS

CLASSES 226. Beadwork 227. Book Mark – decorated 228. Bracelet – Friendship 229. Figure - any medium, play dough, model magic

230. Invitation- birthday party, handmade (no computer)

231. Pet Rock - decorated by you, maximum size 6” (15 cm)

232. Piggy Bank made from recycled material(s) 233. Placemat – decorated 234. Wrapping Paper - 1 sheet, any occasion (no computer)

JUNIOR HOBBIES

CLASSES 235. Card collection (maximum 1 binder) 236. Hobby collection 237. Lego or similar (kits) 238. Lego or similar original design (no kits) 239. Models 240. Technic Lego

SECTION G

JUNIOR FLORAL

AGE 6-8

CLASSES 241. Any single bloom 242. Arrangement of natural material in a dish or other container to create a scene from nature. If desired, miniature animals or figures may be added.

243. Flower bouquet in a suitable container 244. Miniature arrangement max 3”H x 8”W (8 cmx20cm)

245. Wild flower arrangement 246. Wreath any material

AGES 9-12 YEARS SECTION A

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AGE 9-12 *Exhibits must by grown and shown by exhibitor **All exhibits must be identified

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304. Cucumber – 1 305. Pumpkin or squash – largest 306. Peas - 6 pods, stems intact 307. Potatoes - 3 308. Tomatoes – 3 309. Zucchini 310. Themed Vegetable Creature must be made of fresh vegetables only, wires/pins may be used to hold it together

SECTION D

JUNIOR BAKING

CLASSES 311. Brownies – 3 312. Cake pops – 3 313. Cookies - 3, rolled 314. Cupcakes - 3, iced 315. Cake - 1, decorated 316. Cookie (giant)- at least 6” (15 cm), decorated

317. Fruit loaf -1, eg. Banana, zucchini 318. Muffins - 3, fruit 319. Personal Pizza judged on nutritional content; list ingredients

AGE 9-12 *No mixes **Exhibits displayed on flat surface

SECTION E

JUNIOR NEEDLECRAFT

AGE 9-12

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SECTION F

338. Beadwork bracelet 339. Beadwork earring JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS & HOBBIES 340. Beadwork necklace AGE 9-12 341. Christmas tree decoration *Classes may be changed at discretion of committee **Name of exhibitor to be covered on exhibits 342. Decorated book mark 343. Decorated picture frame JUNIOR ARTS CLASSES 344. Decorated placemat 327. Collage 345. Driftwood creation 346. Friendship bracelet 328. Family Arts and Craft Project one parent and one or more children work together 347. Hand made invitation to a birthday party to create an entry. Please include photo showing you working together on your project, any medium or category, at least 50% produced by children

329. Floor plan of your home’s fire escape routes 8 1/2” x 11” (22 cm x 28 cm)

330. Original computer art work created by you (no clip art)

331. Painting acrylic 332. Painting water colour 333. Sketch pencil colour 334. Sketch pencil lead 335. Any other art work not listed above

(no computer)

348. One sheet of wrapping paper for any occasion (no computer)

349. Papier Mache article 350. Scrap Booking - one page 351. Shell creation 352. Woodwork craft 353. Any other craft not listed above

JUNIOR CRAFTS

CLASSES 336. 3-D pop up birthday card 337. Article made from recycled materials

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JUNIOR HOBBIES

CLASSES 354. Hobby collection 355. Card collection (one binder) 356. Model – Balsa 357. Model – Plastic 358. Lego – Technic 359. Lego - original design – vehicle 360. Lego - original design – building 361. Lego - original design – scene 362. Lego – kit 363. Mechano

SECTION G

JUNIOR FLORAL

AGE 9-12

CLASSES 364. Any single bloom 365. Arrangement of natural materials to create a nature scene - 25cm or less. Miniature figures may be added.

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366. Flower bouquet in a suitable container 367. Miniature arrangement max 3”H x 8”W (8cmx20cm) 368. Wildflower arrangement 369. Wreath - any material

SECTION H

JUNIOR COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

AGE 9-12 *class applies to Colour Only **All pictures max size 5 x 7” (13 cm x 18 cm) ***Mount on paper or cardboard max 6” x 8” (15 cm x 20 cm) **** N  ame address, exhibitor on back lower right hand corner *****May submit digital or processed colour photos ******Photo taken by exhibitor after September 1, 2012 *******ONE ENTRY PER CATEGORY *******Oversized entries will not be accepted

CLASSES 370. Animals - farm 371. Animals - pet 372. Animals - wild 373. Best friend 374. Birds 375. Fall Fair (last year) 376. Flowers 377. Holiday 378. Landscape 379. Open category - most unusual 380. Portrait 381. Seascape 382. Sports 383. Vacation 384. Themed entry

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AGES 13-16 YEARS

SECTION D

JUNIOR BAKING

Age 13-16

SECTION A

JUNIOR VEGETABLES

Age 13-16 *Exhibits must be shown and grown by exhibitor **All exhibits must be identified

CLASSES 400. Beans – 3, stems intact 401. Bell Pepper - 2 402. Best freak vegetable 403. Blackberries - 6 404. Carrots - 3 405. Corn - 3 ears 406. Cucumber - 1 407. Peas - 6 pods, stems intact 408. Potatoes - 3 409. Vegetable carving - decorative (i.e. radish rose, watermellon) 410. Vegetable carving with a face 411. Zucchini 412. Themed vegetable creature

*No mixes **Exhibits displayed on a flat surface

CLASSES 413. Bread – 1, loaf 414. Brownies - 3 415. Cake - 1, decorated 416. Cake pops - 3 417. Cookies - 3, rolled 418. Fruit loaf 1, eg. Banana, zucchini 419. Muffins - 3, fruit 420. Personal pizza judged on nutritional content, list ingredients

421. Pie - double crust 422. Pie - single crust

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SECTION E

JUNIOR NEEDLECRAFT

Age 13-16

CLASSES 423. Crocheted article 424. embroidered item - hand 425. Embroidered item - machine 426. Felted item 427. Knitted article 428. Machine sewn - garment 429. Machine sewn - other item 430. Machine sewn item 431. Quilted item 432. Rugs any type 433. Sewn item - using recycled fabric 434. Sleep wear 435. Any other needlework item

SECTION F

JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS Age 13-16 *Classes may be changed at discretion of committee **Name of exhibitor to be covered on exhibits

JUNIOR ARTS

CLASSES 436. Collage 437. Family Arts and Craft Project one parent

and one or more children work together to create an entry. Please include photo showing you working together on your project, any medium or category, at least 50% produced by children

438. Original computer art work created by you (No clip art)

439. Painting - water colour - landscape 440. Painting acrylic - landscape 441. Painting acrylic - portrait 442. Painting oil - landscape 443. Painting oil - portrait 444. Painting -water colour - portrait 445. Sketch pencil colour 446. Sketch pencil lead 447. Any other art work not listed above

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JUNIOR CRAFTS

CLASSES 448. Batik or Tie Dye article 449. Beadwork anklet 450. Beadwork bracelet 451. Beadwork earring 452. Beadwork necklace 453. Candle or wax art 454. Christmas tree decoration 455. Decorated book mark 456. Decorated picture frame 457. Driftwood Creation 458. Friendship bracelet 459. Garden monster – recycled implements 460. Glass art 461. Metal work 462. One sheet of Wrapping Paper for any occasion (no computer)

464. Pottery or ceramic article 465. Shell Creation 466. Stained Glass 467. Woodwork - carving 468. Woodwork - furniture 469. Any other craft not listed above

SECTION G

JUNIOR FLORAL

Age 13-16 years

CLASSES 470. Any single bloom 471. Arrangement of natural materials in a dish or other container to create a scene from nature. If desired, miniature animals or figures may be added.

472. Flower bouquet in a suitable container 473. Miniature arrangement–max 3”H x 8”W (8cmx20cm)

474. Wild flower arrangement 475. Wreath any material

463. Papier Mache article

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SECTION H

ADULT

PHOTOGRAPHY

Age 13-16 *All pictures max 5” x 7” (13 cm x 18 cm) **Mount on paper or cardboard max 6” x 8” (15 cm x 20 cm) ***Name, address, exhibitor on the BACKSIDE of the lower Right Hand corner ****Colour or Black & White, digital or film *****Photo taken by exhibitor after September 1, 2012 ******ONE ENTRY PER CATEGORY

******Oversized entries will not be accepted

CLASSES 476. Animals – farm 477. Animals – pet 478. Animals – wild 479. Best friend 480. Birds 481. Creative or experimental, open class 482. Fall Fair (last year) 483. Flowers 484. Holiday 485. Landscape 486. Open category - most unusual 487. Portrait 488. Seascape 489. Sports 490. Vacation 491. Themed entry

SECTION A VEGETABLES

ADULT Annual Aggregate Cup: Highest points, donated by Jim and Sharon Duncan Best Vegetable Certificate: Judges Choice *All vegetables must be grown and shown by exhibitor. **All exhibits must be identified

CHAIRPERSONS Rene Wilson 250-757-8434 Barbara Bodner 250-757-9747

CLASSES 500. Beets – 3 501. Bush beans - 6, all stems on 502. Cabbage – 1 503. Carrots - 3, over 4” (10 cm) 504. Carrots - 3, under 4” (10 cm) 505. Corn- 3 ears 506. Cucumbers – 2, slicing 507. Cucumbers - 6, pickling 508. Freak vegetable 509. Leeks – 2 510. Onions - 2, yellow

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511. Peas – 6 pods, stems intact 512. Peppers – 2, green 513. Peppers - 2, Jalapeno 514. Peppers - 2, red 515. Pole beans - 6, all stems on 516. Potatoes - 3 tubers 517. Pumpkin - 1, large variety 518. Pumpkin - 1, small variety 519. Pumpkin or squash – heaviest 520. Scarlet runners - 6, all stems on 521. Squash - 1, summer variety 522. Squash - 1, winter variety 523. Squash - 1, other variety 524. Swiss Chard, - 2 bunches 525. Tomatoes - 3, cherry variety, all stems on

526. Tomatoes - 3, large variety, all stems on 527. Vegetable collection - 6 kinds, 2 of each

kind, In basket, or tray not over 2 ft x 3 ft (61 cm x 92 cm)

528. Any other vegetable

GREENHOUSE 529. Cucumbers -2, any variety 530. Peppers - 2, any variety 531. Tomatoes - 2, any variety

SECTION B FRUITS

ADULT Best Fruit Certificate: Judge’s Choice *All fruit must be grown and shown by exhibitor **All exhibits must be identified

CHAIRPERSONS Rene Wilson Barbara Bodner

250-757-8434 250-757-9767

Qualicum Bay Small Power

• Hypo-Allergenic LATEX pillows, toppers, mattresses • High Density FOAM mattresses & toppers • Cushion cores • Wedges & Bolsters

SERVICE & REPAIR

For all your Lawn & Garden Equipment We’ll pick-up & Deliver 2909 Leon Rd Qualicum Bay, B.C. Shop Phone: 250-757-9409 www.qualicumbaysmallpower.ca Cell: 250-240-4566

HOME • RV • BOAT • MEDICAL 631 Island Hwy. E Parksville, BC V9P 1T5

Ph: 250-248-3666

1-866-255-3344

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• USED BOOKS • WE BUY ESTATE • JEWELLERY • COLLECTIBLES • FURNITURE

FREE SCRAP METAL ETAL DROP OFF

6881 West Is. Hwy., Bowser 250-757-8815

thebestthingsandstuff@gmail.com

• Hot Showers • Clean Washrooms • On-site Grocery Store • Playground

• Covered BBQ Pit • Safe Beach • Wooded or Ocean side Sites • Service Lots

• Security Gate • Open Field • Pets Allowed - Dogs Must Be Leashed

RATES $22.00 - $37.00 5861 W. Island Hwy., Qualicum Beach, B.C Phone: 250-757-9322 • Email: council.qualicum@shaw.ca 20

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5552 West Island Hwy Qualicum Beach, BC

Ph: (250) 757-9811 OPEN DAILY Web: www.islandscallops.com


FINDINGBody REALM Therapy Maleah Bajich Reiki Practitioner/Spa Therapist

778-424-7783 www.findingrealm.com findingrealmbodytherapy@gmail.com

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

Hosts Jerry & Holly 6120 W. Island Hwy., Qualicum Bay

250-757-9444

www.crownandanchor.ca

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CHAIRPERSON

CLASSES 532. Apples -3, fall variety, stems on 533. Apples -3 ,winter variety, stems on 534. Crabapples - 6, stems on 535. Grapes - 1 bunch, dark 536. Grapes - 1 bunch, light 537. Nuts 538. Pears - 3, stems on 539. Plums - 3, stems on 540. Watermelon – 1 541. Any other fruit

542. Eggs, chicken – 12, equal size 543. Eggs, other fowl - 6, equal size 544. Fruit- dried 545. Fruit leather – 1, strip 546. Garlic – braided 547. Herbs - 4, different, dried 548. Herbs - 4, different, fresh 549. Herbs - minimum 3, different, window

SECTION C

HOME BOTTLED GOODS

ADULT

550. Antipasto – 1 jar 551. Basket of jams – 3 varieties 552. Basket of jelly – 3 varieties 553. Beans – 1 jar 554. Chutney – 1 jar 555. Jam - 1 jar

GOODS FROM THE FARM & KITCHEN *All exhibits must be bottled, canned, prepared and shown by exhibitor **Use only glass jars which have been labeled and dated ***All exhibits must be identified

Ruth Saefkow 250-240-2654

CLASSES

garden

24 Hr. Emergency Plumbing Services

Mid-Island Drainage Doctor

• Pet Food & Pet Supplies • Farm Feeds • Wild Bird Seed & Feeders • Garden Supplies, Bedding Plants • Rental Equipment

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250-757-8090

OPEN 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday

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Expert help for your stubborn drainage problems Septic • Perimeter • Eavestrough State-of-the-art Augers Cell: 250-951-8757 • Phone: 250-757-8757 4647 Thompson Clarke Drive E., Bowser BC Land Surveyor

PETER T. MASON

P: 250-757-8788

surveyor-ark@uniserve.com


556. Jelly – 1 jar 557. Marmalade – 1 jar 558. Peaches – 1 jar 559. Plums – 1 jar 560. Relish – 1 jar 561. Salsa – 1 jar 562. Tomatoes – 1 jar 563. Any other bottled vegetable, not pickled 564. Any other fruit – 1 jar

PICKLES

565. Beets – 1 jar 566. Bread & Butter – 1 jar 567. Dill – 1 jar 568. Sauerkraut – 1 jar 569. Any other pickle – 1 jar

WINE *Exhibitor must be 19 or older **Natural fermentation, not fortified with alcohol ***No “Brewed on Premises”. Home brew only ****Minimum 375 ml bottle. New corks only *****Unlabeled, except tag attached with elastic band with class and ingredients

CHAIRPERSON Michael Lawrence 250-757-9327

CLASSES 570. Beer – Dark 571. Beer – Pale 572. Ale – Dark 573. Ale – Pale 574. Red - Fruit or berry wine, any variety, identified

575. White - Fruit or berry wine, any variety, identified

576. Red - Grape, table wine

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CHAIRPERSON: Leigh Campbell 250-752-2066

1. POSTER CONTEST

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Inspired Respiratory Therapy Services Design a poster using the 2013 Fall Fair theme. Full colour using any media and to include these words in your poster:

“Celebrate the Seaside.” Minimum size 9” x12” (22cm x 30cm)

2. SUNFLOWER CONTEST

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: SilverWings White Dove Release Biggest and best sunflower judged on height, diameter and beauty.

3. SCARECROW CONTEST

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Bowser Builders Constructed from your choice of materials and must be self supporting.

May be made by one or more person(s).

4. LIGHTHOUSE CONTEST

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Lighthouse Veterinary Hospital Trophy sponsored by Lighthouse Credit Union Constructed from your choice of materials; e.g. food, photo, needlework, painting, cement, etc. May be made by one or more person(s).

5. APRON

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Streamside Native Plants Constructed from your choice of materials: e.g. quilting, fabric painting, needlework, etc. and incorporating the 2013 Fall Fair theme: “Celebrate the Seaside”.

Pet Grooming Salon Call Laura Agostini BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

250-757-9145 puccis@shaw.ca

7065 West Island Highway, Bowser, BC V0R 1G0 24

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Everyone Welcome! Check out our programs for adults and children.

Sunday morning worship @ 10:30 113 McColl Road, Bowser 250.757.8136 Pastor Rick McAllister


6. CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE 8”-9”

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Blackwell Guitar Trophy donated by Carla Flegel of: “The Studio” Cake iced and displayed appropriately. Evaluation criteria: External appearance: 30%; Texture and Tenderness: 30%; Flavour; 40%.

7. SALISH SEASIDE SHANTY – 13 years and up

10. RECYCLED MATERIAL GARDEN ART

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: “Things and Stuff” Create an original work of art for the garden Using recycled material only.

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Four Cedars Farm Write a sea shanty incorporating the Salish Sea.

8. SALISH SEASIDE SHANTY – 12 years and under

$25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Bowser PAC Write a sea shanty incorporating the Salish Sea.

9. WHEELBARROW GARDEN $25 prize for first place only Sponsored by: Georgia Park Store Any sized wheelbarrow using any combination of vegetables or florals. Judged on overall visual appeal.

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Deb Franklin 757-9288 kidsummer@shaw.ca

Food Village Your Super Store in the Heart of Bowser Fresh Meats • Deli • Produce In-Store Bakery Full Line of Groceries & LOTTO Ph: 250-757-8944

Fax: 250-757-8654

Open daily 8am - 8pm

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577. White - Grape table wine 578. Stout

SECTION D BAKING ADULT Grand Aggregate Trophy donated by Qualicum Foods *Cakes & loaves to be displayed on flat surface **No mixes allowed ***All exhibits must be identified

CHAIRPERSON Sonja Britton 250-757-8059

CLASSES 579. Baked good -1, decorated with chocolate 580. Baking powder biscuits – 6 581. Bread - 1 loaf, Bread machine 582. Bread - 1 loaf, brown 583. Bread – 1 loaf, gluten free 584. Bread - 1 loaf, with seeds or nuts

EAGLE STOVE & SWEEP Chimney Sweep Stove/Fireplace Installations Inspections

WETT

QUALITY FIREPLACES

CERTIFIED

Sales of STOVES, FIREPLACES, CHIMNEYS

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585. Bread - 1, Focaccia 586. Bread -1 loaf, white 587. Brownies -, iced 588. Buns – 6, cinnamon 589. Buns – 6, yeast 590. Butter tarts – 6 591. Cake - 1, white, decorated, any occasion 592. Cake pops - 6 593. Cake - 1, Pound 594. Cake - 1, carrot, iced 595. Chocolates – 6, handmade 596. Cake - 1, coffee 597. Cookies – 6, dropped 598. Cookies – 6, molded 599. Cookies – 6, pressed 600. Cookies – 6, rolled and decorated 601. Cookies – 6, unbaked 602. Muffins – 6 603. Pie – 1, crumb crust 604. Pie – 1, double crust 605. Pie – 1, meringue 606. Pie – 1, single crust 607. Scones – 6 608. Squares - 6 609. Squares -6, “rawfood” 610. Squares 6, gluten free

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SECTION E NEEDLECRAFT ADULT Needlecraft Grand Aggregate Trophy donated by Vera Nordin *Exhibits must have been completed within 3 years of the date of this fair **Children’s sizes up to and including size 12 ***Articles must be clean and like new ****Finishing is important. Trim all loose ends.

621. Afghan, crib size 622. Child’s clothing item 623. Infant sweater, booties & hat 624. Any other crochet item

KNITTING

625. Adult’s clothing item 626. Adult’s sweater 627. Child’s clothing item 628. Child’s sweater CHAIRPERSON 629. Gloves or mittens Sheila Steele 250-757-8307 630. Hat CLASSES 631. Infant sweater, booties & hat SEWING 632. Item made on a knitting machine 611. Adult’s article made with a serger 633. Scarf 612. Adult’s article made with a sewing machine 634. Cowl 613. Article made by a high school student using 635. Socks a machine and/or serger 636. Stole or shawl 614. Article made using recycled materials 615. Child’s article made with a serger 616. Child’s article made with a sewing machine 617. Any other article made with a serger 618. Any other article made with a sewing machine

CROCHETING

250.757.9255

619. Adult’s clothing item 620. Afghan, bed size

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AUTO-TECH

Specializing In All Automotive Repairs & Automatic Transmission Overhauls

Mel Scott

#2-4134 West Island Hwy., Qualicum Beach, B.C.

Ph: 250-752-6000 Fax: 250-752-9970 Cell: 250-248-0992

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637. Vest 638. Any other knitted item

651. Any other article using handspun yarn, commercial yarn or fibre

FELTING

NEEDLEWORK

652. Clothing item, using handspun yarn,

639. Appliquéd item 640. Crewel work item 641. Cross-stitched item 642. Embroidered item 643. Handmade rug 644. Needlepoint item 645. Patchwork item 646. Quilted item - large 647. Quilted item – small 648. Smocked item 649. Any other needlework item

commercial yarn or fibre

653. Any other article using handspun yarn, commercial yarn or fibre

654. Any other article using handspun yarn, commercial yarn or fibre

HANDSPINNING 655. Exotic fibre - 1 skein,

spun from fibre that was cleaned and prepared. Include raw fibre sample

656. Wool or cotton – 1

skein, spun from fibre that was cleaned and prepared. Include raw fibre sample

WEAVING 650. Clothing item, using handspun yarn, commercial yarn or fibre

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REALTOR®

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SECTION F ARTS & CRAFTS

ADULT Grand Aggregate Trophy donated by Leta Brown *Names on exhibits must be covered **Exhibits must be completed within 3 years of Fair

CHAIRPERSON Margaret Furnell

250-757-8351

CLASSES

ARTS 657. Acrylic paints - animals 658. Acrylic paints - landscapes 659. Acrylic paints – non-representational 660. Acrylic paints - people 661. Decorative painting on any surface 662. Mixed media - any artwork 663. Oil paints - any artwork 664. Pastels - any artwork

665. Sketch - any medium 666. Watercolour paints – animals 667. Watercolour paints – landscapes 668. Watercolour paints – non-representational 669. Watercolour paints – people 670. Any other fine artwork

CRAFTS 671. Doll - fabric 672. Animal - stuffed 673. Bookmark 674. Card - handmade, not computer generated 675. Christmas decoration 676. Collage 677. Decorated basket 678. Doll – bisque (face) 679. Doll - clothes 680. Doll – figurine 681. Driftwood - article created from 682. Handmade jewelry – bracelet

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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • Re-Roofing • Sheet Metal • Shakes • Tile/Slate

•Laminates • Repairs • Maintenance • Speciality Roofing

250-240-3472 • cjsroofing@shaw.ca 30

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pottery wood culinary

glass metal photography

fabric paint jewellery

Market Hours: Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-4 6996 W. Island Hwy, Bowser insight@salishseamarket.com

778-424-2012


Island Roasted - Direct Trade Guatemalan Coffee www.tienesgrano.ca

info@tienesgrano.ca

250-947-5736

ReVived Vintage Custom Refinishing & Furniture Sales Studio & Supplies Workshops Unit 101-664 Beach Road Qualicum Beach, BC 250 927 1308

ReVivedVintage@gmail.com

Painting & Decorating Earl Lissel - Owner

Lighthouse Veterinary Hospital Inc. • Laboratory • Ultrasound • Radiology • Anesthesia • Surgery • Housecalls

Residential Repaint Specialist

• Painting - Interior/Exterior • Wallpaper

Ph: 250-248-8894 Cell: 250-927-2277 elpainting@shaw.ca

www.ReVived-Vintage.com

DR. HANNA SAEFKOW DR. SANDIE LANDA DR. JENNIFER BULLER 6030 Island Hwy., Qualicum Bay Tel: 250-757-9911

www.lighthousevet.ca lighthousevet@uniserve.ca

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683. Handmade jewelry – earrings 684. Handmade jewelry – necklace 685. Handmade jewelry – ring 686. Leatherwork 687. Paper Mache 688. Pottery - hand thrown 689. Scrapbooking – birthday 690. Scrapbooking – miscellaneous 691. Scrapbooking – travel 692. Scrapbooking - wedding 693. Stained glass 694. Toy - child’s 695. Wall hanging – fabric 696. Wall hanging – other material 697. Woodcarving 698. Woodcraft – child’s toy 699. Woodcraft – furniture 700. Woodcraft – miscellaneous 701. Woodcraft – scroll saw 702. Any item made from recycled or refinished materials 703. Any other craft

SECTION G FLORAL

ADULT *All houseplants to be identified **Flowers to be shown in an appropriate CLEAR GLASS container

CHAIRPERSON Margaret Pullen

250-757-9327

CLASSES 704. African violet 705. Ball Dahlia – 1 bloom over 3 ½” (9cm) 706. Begonia – single bloom displayed on moss/

water 707. Begonia – single potted plant 708. Cactus – any type or size 709. Cactus Dahlia - 1 bloom over 8” (20cm) 710. Cactus Dahlia - 3 blooms 4z-6” (10cm-15cm) 711. Cactus Dahlia -3 blooms less than 4” (10cm) 712. Cactus Dahlia -1 bloom 6”-8” (15cm-20cm) 713. Decorative Dahlia - 1 bloom over 8” (20cm)

714. Decorative Dahlia - 3 blooms 4”-6” (10cm15cm)

715. Decorative Dahlia -1 bloom 6”-8” (15cm-20cm) 716. Gladiolus – 1 spike 717. Mini-ball Dahlia – 3 blooms, 2”-3” (5cm-8cm) 718. Patio planter – hanging or free standing 719. Pom Pom Dahlia – 3 blooms, 2” (5cm) 720. Rose – single bloom 721. Rose – single bud

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722. Sweet peas – 3 stems 723. Any other house plant 724. Any other garden bloom

735. Birds – domestic 736. Birds – wild 737. Child – candid, active 738. Child – portrait ARRANGEMENTS 739. Creative or experimental, open class 725. Arrangement – 8” to 12” (20cm to 30cm) 740. Floral – garden 726. Contemporary arrangement 741. Floral – wild 727. Flora arrangement & foliage 742. Humorous 743. Most unusual 728. Mini arrangement – 3” to 8” height & 744. Pets – any other width (8cm to 20cm) 729. Mini arrangement – 3” height & width (8cm) 745. Pets – cats 746. Pets – dogs 730. Old fashioned mixed garden bouquet 747. Photo essay, 3 prints telling a story, no captions 748. Photo of the Bow-Horne-Bay area SECTION H 749. Scenic landscape PHOTOGRAPHY 750. Scenic seascape

ADULT

Grand Aggregate Trophy donated by Shirley Tilley *All pictures max 5” x 7” (13 cm x 18 cm) **Mount on paper or cardboard max 6” x 8” (15 cm x 20 cm) ***Name, address, exhibitor on the BACK of the lower Right Hand corner ****Colour or Black & White, digital or film *****Photo taken by exhibitor after September 1, 2012 ******ONE ENTRY PER CATEGORY ******Oversized entries will not be accepted

CHAIRPERSON Ruth Saefkow 250-240-2654

CLASSES 731. Adult – candid, active 732. Adult – portrait 733. Animals – domestic 734. Animals – wild Bryan & Liz Virgin Owners

Dolly’s Home Hardware 169 W. 2nd Ave. QualicumBeach, BC T 250 752 9833 F 250 752 1443

Anchor Realty

Outstanding Agents Outstanding Results Toll-free: (800) 668-3622 Business: (250) 752-2466 • Fax: (250) 752-2433 Email: remaxanchor@shaw.ca 24 HOUR SERVICE 113 West 2nd Ave., Qualicum Beach BC V9K 1T5

Do you believe in Miracles?

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30 YEARS OF SERVING THE COMMUNITY Book the hall for your next event

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Fun, Casual Family Dining!

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily

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OUTDOOR W. Island Isla sland nd d Hwy Hwy., GARDEN 3353 W Qualicum Beach (250) PATIO

752-8055 7 52 8055

www.deezbarandgrill.com


Come Celebrate the Sea with us this year at the 2013 Light House Community Fall Fair Why not hire a TEAM who work, live and play in your neighbourhood!

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2012 WINNERS

AGGREGATE WINNERS ADULTS 5 & UNDER 6 TO 8 9 TO 12 13 TO 16

Miv Varalta Teagan Graham Kohl Graham Hannah Worthen Carter Worthen

CAT A VEGETABLES CAT B FRUITS CAT C FARM & KITCHEN CAT D BAKING CAT E NEEDLECRAFT CAT F ARTS & CRAFTS CAT G FLORAL EMERY CAT H PHOTOGRAPHY JR VEGETABLES JR BAKING JR NEEDLECRAFT JR ARTS & CRAFTS JR FLORAL JR PHOTOGRAPHY

Miv Varalta Raiva Wilde Miv Varalta Margaret McIntosh Amanda Levicek Teri Bowen Karen Bull & Bill Katie McAllistair Carter Worthen Carter Worthen Brianna Larson Kohl Graham Teagan Graham Anton Seaman

DON’T FORGET TO PURCHASE YOUR RAFFLE TICKET FOR FABULOUS PRIZES.

RAFFLE PRIZES FOR 2013

1ST PRIZE

Retail value

500

$

5 PIECE CALABRIA FIRE TABLE & CHAIR SET co-sponsored by Bowser Builders

Qualicum Pet Food & Cat Rescue 2ND PRIZE

Deb Maddocks Barb Ashmead

One night’s stay at Jamies Rainforest Inn plus whale watching trip for two - co-sponsored by Jamies Whaling Station.

PURCHASE YOUR RAFFLE TICKET AT THE JUNE, JULY OR AUGUST PANCAKE BREAKFAST AT THE HALL OR STARTING IN JULY AT THE SALISH SEA MARKET OR THE SANDBAR CAFE

Ph/Fax: 250-752-2797 Email: qpetfood@gmail.com

Residentiall Commercial Renovations

Helmut Klebe

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$

A FABULOUS GETAWAY FOR TWO TO TOFINO

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Retail Value:

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UNSCRAMBLE

FALL 2013 WORD SEARCH

Unscramble the letters to make words of things at the

“SEASIDE”

Drop in appropriate box at the hall entrance to enter for a draw prize.

Complete the word search and enter for our prize draw in the hall entrance

Name: _________________________Ph: ��������������

FIND THE FOLLOWING “SEA” WORDS

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NADS LOLADR BARC -AES LUGLS FRATHISS ESEDAWE

Georgia Park

STORE

s t n a p i c i t r a p l l a o t Good luck • Liquor Store Agency • Post Office • Groceries • Fishing Tackle • Lottery Centre

Monday to Friday

7:30am to 9:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 9:00am to 9:00pm

Ph:/Fax: 250-757-8386 6871 W. Island Hwy., Bowser B.C. V0R 1G0 Lighthouse Country FALL FAIR 2013

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Did you know?

The Herring specie has 500 times more count than all the humans on earth.

A salmon can change from living in fresh water to living in salt water by changing its body chemistry How rich a diet of Krill & Shrimp the salmon feeds on makes its flesh pink. Salmon raised on farms are given artificial colouring in their food. From the 3,000 to 5,000 Salmon eggs laid by one Salmon only one or two make it to full growth CULTURED PACIFIC SCALLOP INDUSTRY has been established since 1989 on Vancouver Island in Qualicum Bay. ISLAND SCALLOPS LIMITED in Qualicum Bay lays claim to North America’s only Pacific scallop farm industry.

The complete cycle from scallop seed in the Qualicum Bay hatchery to the harvest from the Pacific Ocean takes two to three years. Shellfish growing has been practiced in BC for at least 100 years. The first introduction of Oyster seed was introduced in the Ladysmith Harbour, Boundary Bay and Esquimalt in 1903. Mussels, Oysters, Clams and Scallops are the basic species utilized in Canadian aquaculture. The majority of shellfish production in BC takes place in Baynes Sound, Cortez Island and Okeover Inlet.

YOUR COMPLETE ONE STOP FENCING STORE

- Residential - Commercial - Repairs www.fencelineproducts.ca Ph: 250-248-3122

fence@telus.net

Farmed shellfish are kept on the culture sites through a variety of culture methods, including beach and deepwater. Shellfish are planted on beaches, set out in bags, shellfish cages, socks, lines and shellfish trays hung from buoys and/or rafts.

GORDON TRIMBLE Owner

SEACROFT MOTORS (1995) LTD. QUALITY AUTO REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES ALL DATA INFORMATION SYSTEMS Tel: (250) 752-3714 4148 West Island Highway Fax: (250) 752-3154 Qualicum Beach, B.C. Email: Seacroft1995@shaw.ca V9K 2B1 38

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Suggestions! Ideas!

The Bow Horne Bay Community Club would appreciate your input as to what you would like to see at our Lighthouse Country Fall Fair eg. New entries, Events or Entertainment or just your comments. There will be a box in the foyer of the Community Hall on the day of the Fair where you can drop your suggestions or comments. If you prefer to mail it, please mail to Lois Curry, 346 Horne Lake Road, Qualicum Beach, B.C. V9K 1Z6 OR if you prefer to e-mail send to lcurry36@hotmail.com. Your suggestions/comments are greatly appreciated.

Thank You

www.ubcu.ca 250-757-8146

LIGHTHOUSE BRANCH

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PineRidge Farm Market OPEN

7 DAYS A WEEK!

June 10am-6pm • July, Aug. 9am-8pm

SUMMER EVENTS

ARTISAN SALE June 29 • 10am to 3pm LOCAL FOOD PRODUCER DAY July 20 • 10am to 3pm ARTISAN SALE August 3 • 10am to 3pm Follow us on

2715 Turnbull Rd. N. of Qualicum Beach Across the highway at Exit 75 Horne Lake www.pineridgefarm.ca

250-757-8897

The Bow Horne Bay Community Club invites the wonderful members of our communities to join us in our dedicated commitment toward our community. We plan many community fund raising events throughout the year, with the Lighthouse Fall Fair being the pinnacle fundraising event. Your attendance at the Lighthouse Fall Fair and your participation keeps this yearly event,continuing, and growing. Please bring your welcome entries to the Lighthouse Community Centre.

August 30, from 1:00pm to 5:30pm GOOD LUCK TO ALL PARTICIPANTS For information to join the Bow Horne Bay Community Club, or to just include your name for a volunteer position at one of our many events, which is especially needed during the Fall Fair, please contact Patricia McLean at 250-757-8806 Check out our website www.communityclub.ca

Open daily 7am to 10pm

280 East Island Highway, Parksville Customer care: 250 248 8823 • 1 800 667 8280 • www.thriftyfoods.com

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Lighthouse Country FALL FAIR 2013

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2013 Lighthouse Country Fall fair Entry and Exhibit Guide  

Bow-Horne Bay Community Club is hosting the 43rd Annual Lighthouse Country Fall in Qualicum Bay, Vancouver Island Held at the Lighthouse Com...

2013 Lighthouse Country Fall fair Entry and Exhibit Guide  

Bow-Horne Bay Community Club is hosting the 43rd Annual Lighthouse Country Fall in Qualicum Bay, Vancouver Island Held at the Lighthouse Com...

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