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NOVEMBER 9, 2011

EVENTS / ANNOUNCEMENTS SAVE BIG THIS WEEK at Fermentations. 15% off all in-stock wine kits. 1 week only! Sale ends November 15. I will be closed on Friday, November 11 in observance of Remembrance Day, then open again Saturday as usual. 285-3822. HOW TO BOIL A FROG, a featurelength eco-comedy that mixes rapid-fire humour and hard-hitting facts to show the consequences of “overshoot” – too many people using too little planet. With an upfront ‘everyman’ approach, smart writing, world-class experts, and iconoclastic humour, the film gives us the scoop on the imminent end of the world as we know it and 5 surprising ways you can save civilization – while laughing along the way. QICC Saturday, November 12 at 7:30 pm. ISLAND PEOPLE & PLACES Photo by Robert Linder

LEGION REMEMBRANCE DAY Service – Everyone welcome November 11; please be seated by 10:45 am sharp. The Ladies Auxiliary are hosting a luncheon following the service. Initiations 4:30 pm; evening social 5 pm; dinner for members and spouse/ guest 6 pm. RSVP to Len Lamb 2853354. THIS WEEKEND AT Q.C.C. (Nov 11 - 13) FRIDAY 7:45 p.m. Friday Flicks presents: Biutiful; SATURDAY 9:00 a.m. Transition Island weekend; 7:30 p.m. Sierra Quadra presents: How to Boil a Frog; SUNDAY 9:00 a.m. Transition Island Weekend; 10:00 a.m. Active Sunday’s kids sports program begins; 7:00 p.m. All Candidates Meeting.

NEXT WEEK AT Q.C.C. (Nov 14-19) MONDAY 8:30 Low Impact Fitness; 9:30 Parent & Tots; 10:00 Yoga with Josephine; 3:00 Sing for Pure Joy; 4:00 Chess; 4:30 Karate; 5:30 Boot Camp; 6:00 Weight Watchers; 7:00 Spanish; 7:00 Garden Club; TUESDAY 10:00 Spinners; 3:00 Children’s Song Circle; 5:00 Yoga with Megan & Brenda; 7:30 Folk Dancing; 6:30 Belly Dancing; WEDNESDAY 9:30 Yoga with Carol; 11:00 Parents & Babies; Noon Community Kitchen Lunch; 6:15 Yoga with Carol; 6:00 Body Sculpt with Marion THURSDAY 9:30 Parent and Tots; 9:30 Yoga with Brenda & Megan; 4:30 Karate; 5:00 Yoga with Brenda & Megan; 6:30 Quadra Singers; FRIDAY 8:30 Low Impact Fitness; 8:00 Boot Camp; 10:00 Fit for Life; 4:00 Christmas Craft Fair

EVOC BEAUTY will be closed from November 14 to 22. If you really want to see me, I’ll be at the Tidemark starring in the female version of The Odd Couple. Tickets are available now. Thank you for your support – Julie.

ANNA ATKINSON DUO, HBI Fireside Lounge. Wednesday, November 16. 8:30 pm right after U 0f Q! $10 at the door. Anna plays viola, guitar, banjo and vocals, Zoe Guigueno; double bass and vocals playing Anna’s original HERONS DINING ROOM will be closed music. Limited at 7 pm on Tuesday, November 15 for seating. our HBI staff appreciation party. Sorry COME OUT AND SUPPORT members for the inconvenience. of the Campbell River Children’s LEGION’S ANNUAL general meeting Choir. Some of the members will be Wednesday, November 16 at 8 pm. offering hot chocolate by donation and Grey Cup Game get-together on singing some Christmas Carols. Friday, Sunday, November 27 at 3:30 pm – November 18 between 6 and 8 pm the $5 dinner available at halftime. Raffle Cove Centre. People’s Drug Mart and tickets on sale now – First prize is two Book Bonanza are sponsoring. Canuck tickets for December 1 game, CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR AT QCC accommodations included. Second – Friday, November 18, (4:00 - 9:00) prize autographed photo. Third and and Saturday November 19 (10:00 fourth prizes are Canuck posters. - 3:00) the annual Craft Fair brings Tickets $10 each or three for $20. festive cheer to the Community Centre. Draw to be held at the Legion Sunday, Come with the whole family! Kids, November 27. Santa arrives by fire truck at Noon on CASTLE PRINTING printed this issue Saturday. of the Hungry Eye

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EVENTS / ANNOUNCEMENTS CONT’D GET A HEAD START on Christmas shopping and decorating. Peoples Drug Mart’s annual late night shopping is happening on Friday, November 18. The store will be open until 9 pm. Many in-store specials including 25% off regular priced vitamins and 25 – 50% off decorations and giftware. Also, spend more than $50 between 6 and 9 pm and receive a bonus of 5000 Peoples Points! Leave the sparkle to me!

CLEANING SERVICES Call Leslie at 285-2089

ELECTION SIGNS KNOCKED DOWN or vandalized can be left at Waypoint Signs any time day or night. They’ll be returned to their owners, creatively recycled or properly disposed of. Please respect the election process, and keep Quadra clean! Vote November 19. SUPPORT THE QUADRA ISLAND Childrens Centre and enjoy Sidney Williams in concert with a delicious three course meal. Fall into Winter in Herons November 19. $49. Raffle and silent art auction. Reserve now! 285-3322 TRIO ’86 (clarinet, viola and piano) plays Sunday, November 20 at 7 pm at the Community Centre. A fresh perspective on chamber music. Advance tickets $17 Quadra Crafts, Hummingbird and Music Plant. $20 door. Students 16 and under free with adult.

COOKING CLASS with Chef Catherine Berg in Herons. Holiday Entertaining, put the “wow factor” into your appetizers. New ideas for old fashioned desserts. Just in time for the season of entertaining. Tuesday, November 22 at 6 pm. $65. Reserve 285-3322

LADIES AUXILIARY Christmas Craft and Bake Sale – December 3 at Quadra Legion Branch #154. Table rental is $10. Call Marilyn at 285-3354.

Understand that friends come and go, but with a precious few you should hold on. The older you get, the more you need the people who knew you when you were young.” —Mary Schmich

HOT OFF THE PRESS! At Book Bonanza two great New Harbour Coastal Biographies ... The Doc’s Side: Tales Of A Sunshine Coast Doctor by Eric J. Paetkau $19.95 ... A Hard Man to Beat: The Story of Labour Leader Bill White $24.95 WHISKEY POINT RESORT would like to remind everyone that we are open year round and offer a locals discount for visiting friends and family. Call us at 285-2201 or on-line at www. SUBMITTING CLASSIFIED ADS for Hungry Eye advertising couldn’t be easier: Hand your classified ad to the gas station clerk and pay CASH. Walk away with your cash register receipt. Max. word count for a classified ad is 80 words. For DISPLAY ADS, contact Michelle Simms by phone or email. For contact info and ad rates, visit www. THE EYE’S “Island People & Places” isn’t just for kids. Use it for special birthdays, anniversaries, births, marriages, new business start-ups, etc. No charge. Please send your submission ideas to islandpeople@

VET CLINIC ON QUADRA Monday, November 21. Last clinic until Spring 2012. Call Kelly at 285-2176 for an appointment.

Requirements include: a high resolution digital photo plus a very brief blurb when appropiate (60 word max.) Please do not submit advertisements for FROM INSPIRATIONAL to practical, businesses to “Island People & Places.” we’re the awesome store with a little MISPLACED YOUR FLYER? Tru Value bit of something for everyone! New specials – for both the Heriot Bay and products coming in every week, check Q-Cove stores – can be viewed online us out. Hummingbird Office and Art every week at Supply. THE HUNGRY EYE is published each week by THE HUNGRY EYE (Michelle Simms van Orden), printed on Quadra Island by Castle Printing & distributed free to Quadra mailboxes Wednesdays. The deadline for ad submission is 6 PM MONDAY for Wednesday’s publication. Also available online: FOR CLASSIFIED ADS: Pre-pay at the Petro-Can Station (Village Square) 7 days a week! Classified ad pricing: up to 40 words $6 + hst; 41-80 words $15 + hst. Max. 80 words for classified ads. Please count your words. Contact Michelle Simms van Orden at 587-987-5358 about display ads or inserts which are not processed through the gas station. Please do not leave display ads/inserts/or their payments at the gas station. The Hungry Eye reserves the right to refuse advertising. More ads than space? Time-sensitive ads take priority when space is tight. WITHOUT PREJUDICE. No responsibility is undertaken for any errors or omissions.

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3) Include your name & phone number (or email address) so we can contact you if vital information is missing from your ad.

EMAILED ADS are only accepted:

1) from people or businesses with Hungry Eye accounts, or 2) in an emergency when you can’t make it to the gas station by 6pm Monday. Follow-up cheque (including 12% HST) must be payable to Michelle Simms and mailed to Michelle Simms, Box 153, Q-Cove, BC V0P 1N0 by Wednesday. Emailed ads cannot be paid for at the gas station.


Grab more eyes with a display ad! Time is required to prepare new display ads; please contact Michelle with your requirements. Get in touch by noon Friday to make it into Wednesday’s issue. Display advertising cannot be processed at the gas station.

NEED MORE INFO? Advertising

rate card and more detailed instructions can be found at Or contact Michelle directly by email at



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2) Check your word count. $6 + HST for ads up to 40 words; $15 + HST for ads 41–80 words. Ads over 80 words are not accepted at the gas station. Unsure about your word count? Check the handy wordcount form at the gas station.

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for best readability. Include instructions for when the ad is to run. (Letter-size paper works best! No small scaps of paper please. One ad per sheet.)



TIPS: 1) Type your ad or write it clearly

QUINCE FRUIT FOR SALE - $2 pound. Bold Point Farm. Phone 285-2272.

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gas station 7 days a week, whenever the gas station is open. The deadline to make it into Wednesday’s issue is Monday by 6pm.

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USED KENMORE 12 cubic foot chest freezer; good condition - $75. Phone Carol evenings at 285-3868.


WHEN? Submit your classified ad at the



station with CASH ONLY payment. It’s simple: Submit your ad to any clerk. Your ad will be rung through the cash register and you will receive a receipt. Sorry! Cheques, credit cards, and debit cards cannot be accepted for Hungry Eye advertising at the gas station.


WHERE? Take classified ads to the gas

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ALL FOUND ITEMS RUN FREE (once 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. only/40 words or less) in the Hungry Timberline Senior Secondary School Gym Vendors include: A concession run by Villages item, Eye. If you find a pet or❂❂ 10,000 other the International Global Village Saturday, November 19th Co-op class wi ll Many vendors! African Community Technical Support ❂ please try to locate its owner your p rovi10 dea.m. dri nks, to 4 p.m. ❂ Fertile Ground lu nch Senior and snacks Timberline Secondary School Gym to Grandmother Group ❂ C.R. Grandmother kindness won’t cost a dime. Deadline: throughout the day. (Stephen Lewis Foundation) Concession provided by the Families Canada ❂ Mayan before 6 pm Mondays at the gas station and so much more! International Co-op class or email ( No items by phone. Call Brenda at 287-8198 for more information Call Brenda at 287-8198 for more information.

Saturday, November 19th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Timberline Secondary School Gym CLASSES /Senior WORKSHOPS Call Brenda at 287-8198 for more information.

NEW LOCATION! Fall yoga classes with Brenda Dempsey and Megan Foss at the Quadra Island Community Centre Room 3 from Oct. 4 to Dec. 12. Tuesdays: 5 to 6:30 pm, Thursdays: 9 am to 10:30 am and 6 to 6:30 pm. All levels. Call 250-285-3054 or yoga@

TRADITIONAL FIRST NATIONS drum making – Christmas gift making! November 19 – 10 am to 3 pm at TsaKwa-Luten Lodge. Jorge Lewis will teach you how to create a First Nation drum. All supplies provided. $165 per person including a delicious lunch. Registration required, 285-2042.

SELF-PROTECTION FOR WOMEN with James Chen. November 12 – 2 to 4 pm at Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge. Learn the principles and psychologies behind self-protection complete with discussions and practices. A Q&A period ends the session. Cost is $30 per person. Registration required, 285-2042.

ARE YOU INTERESTED in sharing your skills or talent with the community in the New Year? Quadra Community Centre has beautiful facilities in which to hold your class, activities or events. To be included in our new recreation guide, out in January, book now. If you are already booked, now is the time to get your write up/class description in. Phone 285-3243 to book space or email LEARN FROM YOUR NEIGHBOURS us at: with a at the HBI Pub. U of Q: Wednesday, description of your workshop, activity November 9 • Pyrotechnics with certified or event. pyrotechnicians Christi Edwards and Doug Edwards. November 16 • Voices From The Past in honour of Remembrance Day with Len Lamb. 7 pm


JOURNEY THROUGH the Chakras, a Kundalini Dance workshop, with L yndsay Spencer. Saturday, November 20 from 2 to 5 pm at QCC. Rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit with this transformational ecstatic dance practice! $25 in advance. To register, contact Julie at 285-2787 or

YOUR CUSTOMERS The Hungry Eye is delivered to every mailbox on Quadra. There’s no better (or cheaper) way to reach all the eyes on the island. Hungry Eye – November 9, 2011 • 3

SERVICES WAYPOINT SIGNS has affordable, quality vinyl lettering and graphics for signs, vehicles, boats and fun. It’s easy to label your skis and snowboards so they’ll come back to you if lost. Beside Quadra Builders – call Sarah at 2852815. Prompt, professional service TQ journeyman

Ron Lolacher Contracting

Renovations • Custom Designed Decks Complete Interior Finishing (home) 250 285-2203 • (cell) 250 287-0786 • Box 338, Heriot Bay, BC V0P


BIODYNAMIC CRANIOSACRAL Therapy at Quadra Wellness Centre in Q-Cove. Relieve tension and restore health through this gentle, but deep, hands-on therapy. Treats whole person: Nervous system, skeletal system, soft tissue, emotions, etc. Juliana Grubwieser, BCST – 285-2787.

CABIN FOR RENT in Heriot Bay. Newly renovated, 1 bedroom plus loft. Full bathroom with tub, washer and dryer. $575.00 per month plus utilities. Private and walking distance to amenities. References and damage deposit required. Contact Karina 604929-1675 or 778-919-4274.

NOLE CREEK SAWMILLS: milling, moulding, kiln drying, all to your specific requirements. Speciality beams to 32 ft, siding, flooring & much more. Your logs or mine. Free local pickup and delivery. Call Greg 285-2762 Website:

STORE FRONT SPACE for rent in Q. Cove. Inquire 285-2880.

KOSMIC KAFETERIA – creative catering for all occasions. Call Linda Gray at 285-2171 or kosmickafeteria@ GUTTERS. GUTTERS. GUTTERS. Hedefine Contracting, Discovery Islands’ roofing specialists, does 5”, K-style continuous gutters. Island convenience. Call 285-2866 for all your roofing and gutter needs.

Complete Construction Services Site Preparation to Design & Building Fine Finishing & Carpentry


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THE WATER GUY: Water systems by certified environmental operator. Well water analysis: sales, service and installation of: ultraviolet treatment systems: filtration products; pumps, pressure & well equipment; specialty pump sales. Quadra, Cortes and beyond. Q-Cove, 285-3744/830-3744/ email:

GARAGE & YARD SALES ADVERTISE your garage/yard/moving sale in the Hungry Eye and you’ve put a personal invitation into every mailbox on Quadra Island. Is there a better deal for $6?

Place it! SELL it! $6

NO ENERGY for a garage sale? Try a classified ad for your bigger stuff. Only $6 + HST for 40 words or less and $15 + HST for 41-80 words. Count your words! There is no better way to sell an item on Quadra than in the Hungry Eye.

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How? See pg. 16 little Quadra phone book!

Chris Phillips 285-3040

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Midsize CAT Excavator (thumb & blade) Tandem Hooklift Dump Truck

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PROPERTY FOR SALE by owner at 741 West Road. Half acre, commercial/ residential zoning. Two wells, cottage, outbuildings, gallery/studio or boat shed with suite above. Close to schools, grocery stores and ferry. Please call 285-3152. 2 BEDROOM WATERFRONT SUITE in Q-Cove. Spectacular view of Discovery Passage. Spacious 2 bedroom, one bath in quiet neighbourhood. W/D hookups; shared hydro. No pets please. References and deposit required. Call 285-3765. SMALL CABIN FOR RENT on waterfront property in Heriot Bay. $400 per month. For more information please contact Heather at 250-2853509

GOOD STUFF TO KNOW WHY DO WE WEAR POPPIES FOR REMEMBRANCE DAY? Since 1921, the poppy has stood as a symbol of remembrance for Canadians who have fallen in war and military operations. The poppy worn on Remembrance Day is the red-corn poppy, which grows abundantly in Europe. The corn poppy was one of the few plants that grew on the battlefield; it thrives in soil rich in lime, which was abundant due to the intensive shelling during the war. The poem “In Flanders Fields” by Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae is largely responsible for the adoption of the popppy as a symbol of remembrance in Canada. To read the poem, and to learn more about the history of Remembrance Day and Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, visit The Royal Canadian Legion website at

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