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Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows

THE NUTCRACKER At the ACT November 27th

REMEMBRANCE DAY CEREMONIES THE SANTA PARADE A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS SINGLES NIGHT And More...

EVENTS, ENTERTAINMENT LEISURE & COMMUNITY GUIDE


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Jessica Wheeler & Sheila Isaacs (Kanaka Creek Coffee), Ghazal Naimi & Fernando Villasenor, Betty Olsen (Royal LePage) (Brookside Realty), Dan Ruimy (Bean Around Books), Shannon Philbrook & Archie (BC SPCA), Maarten Pieterse (Albion Pizzeria), Ian King, Customer of Bean Around Books, Lynette Li (L3 Fashion)

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Contents Page Santa Parade Page Pitt Meadows Christmas Page Heart Link Page Hospice Pub Event Page Operation Red Nose Page Christmas Train Page What’s Hot this Season Page Celebrate a Life Page Operation Christmas Child Page Singles Night Page Poinsetta Campaign Page A Christmas Carol Page The Bald Eagle Festival Page The Maple Ridge Library Page Remembrance Day page Love Cake? Page

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CHRISTMAS LOVE IN A BOX IN THE PARK

BALD EAGLE FESTIVAL

The Act Page Look Fabulous this Winter Page Farmers Market Page Christmas Craft Fair Page Firefighters Give Back Page Literacy BC Learning in the Rain Home of Angels The Buffalo Club After Hours @ The Act Gems Movie Blanket BC Christmas at the Haney Museum Christmas Haven The Lightworks Group A Country Christmas

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REMEMBRANCE DAY

Where can I get a copy? Safeway, The West Coast Express in Haney, Canadian Tire, The Library, Visitors Centre, Both 7/11’s, The ACT, Flying Wedge Pizza, The Lottery Booth in Valley Fair Mall, A&W, McDonalds, The Keg, Swiss Cottage, Fox’s Reach, Marino’s Gelato, Bruce’s Market, Kanaka Coffee, Albion Pizza, Dino’s Restaurant, Roast Bistro, Dairy Queen, Shoppers Drug Mart, Blenz Coffee, Fit City, Fitness Unlimited, The Lunch Doctor, Stomping Grounds Coffee House…plus many, many more locations - look out for our holders!

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EVENT Calendar November 3rd Thursday 7pm to 8:30pm

November 10th, Thursday

Saving for Retirement

Philosopher’s Café

Maple Ridge Library Registration required. 604.467.7417

See Page 27

November 19th -20th Saturday & SundayFraser Valley Bald

Eagle Festival See Page 4

November 10th, Thursday 7:30pm

Alex Cuba @ The Act November 4th Friday 3:30pm to 4:30pm

See Page 20

Friday Fun Club Grades 1-3. Registration required. 604.467.7417

November 11th 11am

Remembrance Day See Page 19

November 5th 10am to 3pm

Haney Farmers Market Autumn Festival For details visit www.haneyfarmersmarket.org November 19th Saturday 7pm to 9pm November 6th Sunday 9am to 1pm

Teen Quiz Night

Amateur Radio Swap Meet

Maple Ridge Library 604.467.7417

Heritage Hall, Pitt Meadows Visit www.mrarc.net

November 19th Saturday 10am to 4pm

November 7th Monday 7pm to 8pm

Harry Hooge Christmas Craft Fair

Volunteer Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows

See Page 23

Contact asingh@comservice.bc.ca November 12th -20th November 8th Tuesday 19:30 – 21:30

Whonnock Weavers and Spinners Whonnock Lake Centre For more info call Marie at 604 462 9059.

Celebrate A Life See Page 12

November 15th Tuesday 7pm See Page 26

See Back Page November 16th Wednesday 7pm to 8:30pm

Memory Loss and Dementia:

November 26th Saturday 11:30am to 3pm

Alzheimer’s Society 604.467.7417

Silent Auction

November 18th Friday 3:30pm to 4:30pm

Friday Fun Club Grades 1-3. Registration required. Maple Ridge Library 604.467.7417

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November 26th Saturday 1:30pm

9th Annual Country Christmas

Holy Wow Poetry “NOVEMBER WE REMEMBER” After-Hours Lobby Event @ The ACT For more info visit: http://www.meetup. com/holy-wow-poets

Friday Fun Club Grades 1-3. Registration required. 604.467.7417

Ladies Night Shopping Party November 8th, Tuesday 7pm

November 25th Friday 3:30pm to 4:30pm

To advertise call 1-604-287-4428 or e-mail whatsonbc@live.ca

For more info call 604.467.6911 @the ACT


November 27th, Sunday 1pm to 4pm

December 3rd 4pm

December 17th 7:45pm

The Dewdney-Alouette Railway Society Open House.

Christmas in the Park & The Santa Claus Parade, See Page 7

CPR Holiday Train See Page 10

Call 604.463.5311 for more info.

November 27th Sunday 1pm to 4pm

December 4th Sunday 12pm to 4pm

Royal City Youth Ballet: The Nutcracker

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Cakelicous Thank You Event

The ACT Maple Ridge Visit www.theactmapleridge.org for more info

November 30th Wednesday 3:30pm to 4:30pm

Card Making Workshop Registration required. 604.467.7417

December 4th, Sunday 6:30pm

Osprey Village 4th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

December 17th to 24th

Gift Wrapping Booth at Haney Place

E-mail: info@somaticbalance.com

Mall (extended mall hours) Please call 604.463.7722 for more info.

December 6th Tuesday 6:45pm to 7:15pm

Christmas Countdown Maple Ridge Library 604.467.7417

December 24th

Christmas Haven See Page 31

December 7th Wednesday 7pm December 2nd Friday 6pm to 8pm

A Pitt Meadows Christmas See Page 7

Time To Remember St. George’s Anglican Church 604.463.7722

December 13th, Tuesday 7pm to 8:30pm

Christmas for Grown-Ups Maple Ridge Library 604.467.7417 December 13th to 17th Tuesday to Saturday December 3rd 10am to 2pm

A Christmas Carol

Haney Farmers Market

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Winter Market See Page 22

December 3rd Saturday 4pm

Bobs and Lolo

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Main Theatre @ The ACT Tickets: Single $13, Family (4 tickets) $45 Visit www.theactmapleridge

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Christmas in the Park & Santa Claus Parade The Christmas Festival Society is a Non-Profit Society, consisting of dedicated community volunteers whose desire it is, is to bring the free “Family Fun” back to this time of year. This is a time of giving, which is why we choose to give back to our community. We are paid by “Smiles on Children’s faces”, and the “Sparkle in their eyes”!

December 4th 2010 4pm to 8pm Maple Ridge Memorial Peace Park This is a free event The festival will run in Memorial Peace Park and will provide a healthy, festive, fun environment for both children and adults to celebrate the Christmas season. There will be: • Free popcorn and hot chocolate • Photos with Santa • Arts & crafts for Kids • Festive entertainment including: local bands, choirs and entertainers. The public is encouraged to bring a food donation for the local Food Bank, and if you are in a position to, a new unwrapped toy for the Christmas Hamper.

A Pitt Meadows Christmas! - December 2nd The 3rd annual “A Pitt Meadows Christmas” (formerly Christmas in the City) will be held on Friday, December 2nd from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Pitt Meadows Spirit Square, 12007 Harris Road right behind City Hall. Organized and hosted by the Pitt Meadows Community Foundation and the City of Pitt Meadows, this no admission cost evening for you, your family and friends allows everyone to step out into our community and celebrate the beginning of the festive holiday season. Activities include music, caroling, a coloring contest and entertainment for all ages. Let it snow because there will be warm refreshments, hotdogs, popcorn and treats to help avoid any winter chills and two very special guests visiting all the way from the North Pole. Last year’s event was a tremendous success so be sure to attend the Pitt Meadows Christmas Festival. Each year this family event continues to grow in activities, friendship and spirit and marks the beginning of the magical winter holiday season. For more information go to www.pittmeadows.bc.ca or call 604-465-5454

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Motivate Inspire Connect If you are a woman in business who is serious about success, then Heart Link is the place to network and grow your business.

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Fall & Winter Specials Women’s Cut - $25 Men’s Cut - $15 Perm & Cut - $70 Roots & Cut - $65 Half Head of Foils - $75

Ridge Meadows Area Coordinator Sarah Copland loves connecting with women in the community who are looking to network in a fun and relaxed environment.

First time clients only Expires Dec 31, 2011

Our events are industry exclusive, so only one woman per business category. This creates a very supportive environment where relationships and business flourish. If you have not yet been, we want to meet you! Come out to one of our two events left this year.

November Event Wednesday November 23rd 6pm to 8:30pm

December Event Wednesday December 14th 6pm to 8:30pm Visit www.v2w1a9.theheartlinknetwork.com or call Sarah at 604.612.5844 to reserve your spot today.

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Pub night Fundraiser at Jolly Coachman Pub 19167 Ford Road, Pitt Meadows - Saturday, November 12 to 5pm Ridge Meadows Hospice Society invites you to join them for a fun evening of socializing and support at the Jolly Coachman Pub in Pitt Meadows. There will also be a 50/50 draw and a silent auction. There will also be live entertainment and or course, the opportunity to socialize with fellow community supporters of Ridge Meadows Hospice Society.

Tickets are $18 Choice of burger & fries, veggie burger & fries or chicken strips & fries and includes a sleeve of beer, highball or a glass of wine.

Tickets available by calling 604.463.7722 or email: kristina@ridgemeadowshospice.org

Saturday y Night g Meat Draw Come on out to the Jolly Coachman Pub on Saturdays and support Ridge Meadows Hospice by participating in the Meat Draw. Tickets available at the pub for these draws which take place at 4:30 and 5:30pm

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Operation Red Nose! Operation Red Nose is a free and confidential designated driver service offered during the holiday season. Available in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows since 2008, residents enjoy safer roadways thanks to the many dedicated volunteers and businesses who support this valued community safety initiative. 2010 Operation Red Nose Ridge-Meadows results: Total volunteer shifts worked: 197 Total kilometers driven: 9,706 Total safe rides provided: 353 As the primary fundraiser for PacificSport Fraser Valley, a non-profit regional sport organization, Operation Red Nose donations are used to provide programs, services and funding to high performance athletes and coaches in the Fraser Valley region. www.pacificsport.com/fraservalley

Top 5 ways to support Operation Red Nose: 1. Sponsor. 2. Volunteer. 3. Donate. 4. Use and promote the service. 5. Recruit friends, family and coworkers 4. to volunteer.

This season, the Operation Red Nose service is offered on nine evenings, from 9pm – 3am: November 25, 26 and December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17 and 31. For more information 604-515-NOSE(6673). www.pacificsport.com/fraservalley www.operationrednose.com

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WRAP IT UP DOWNTOWN MAPLE RIDGE! A Night of Festive Shopping to Support Local Kids. Come to Downtown Maple Ridge for this most fabulous Shopping Event of the Season and help support local kids!

TICKETS $5.00 EACH* Thursday November 17th, 5:00pm – 9:00pm One night only of exceptional discounts and specials Receive during the event FREE draw ticket for : •One $200 Downtown Maple Ridge Shopping Spree •One $150 Downtown Maple Ridge Shopping Spree •One $100 Downtown Maple Ridge Shopping Spree •Hourly draws for gift baskets, gift certificates, etc. •Festive music and live entertainment •Santa photos and gift wrapping •Food sampling and treats

Details: www.downtownmapleridge.ca

TICKET REQUIRED TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR DISCOUNTS! *Only available from registered participants and Downtown Maple Ridge businesses. 100% of ticket proceeds support local Kids Charities

Making a difference, one stop at a time! The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train hits the rails again in November, visiting over 140 communities across our network. Since the program’s inception back in 1999, more than $5.6 million and over 2.45 million pounds of food has been collected in Canada and the United States. The goal of the Holiday Train is to collect food and money for local food banks and to raise awareness in the fight against hunger. At each event, the Holiday Train provides a box car stage, a line up of great musical talents and a corporate contribution to the local food bank. The community, in turn, is encouraged to donate food and funds, all of which stays in the community. Visit http://www.cpr.ca for more info.

The train rolls into British Columbia and our community on Saturday, December 17th • Agassiz – 2:00 p.m., west of Highway 9, across from Agra Centre, Pioneer Ave • Maple Ridge – 4:15 p.m., across from Billy Minor Pub • Port Moody – 5:45 p.m., on Queen St. at Clark Ave

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Humanity Bracelets: Along with our regular bracelets: crystal wraps, cuffs, nailheads; the new fall bracelets are now in. Exotic, Stardust, Cowboy and more...

Here’s What’s Hot This Holiday Season… Be sure to stop by for all your holiday gift giving and to spoil yourself too!

New Supplier of CHAMILIA Jewelry For Chamilia, the principle is simple: Design is different here. Chamilia offers an extensive (over 600) bead collection featuring contemporary designs, fashionable color combinations and hand-crafted detail, all made from the finest materials including Swarovski® Elements, Italian Murano glass, sterling silver and 14k gold.

Lotus & Lemongrass 12 days of Christmas Giveaways OVER $500! Every Purchase gets you an entry from Nov 1 - Dec 23. Instead of our usual monthly draw, we have combined Nov & Dec’s draw to give you 12 days of giveaways. First day of the daily draw is Dec 12 – Dec 23.

Lotus & Lemongrass is proud to introduce Lampe Berger’s Cold Fusion Essential Oil Car Fragrancer!

EasyScent™ is now available in your car where all passengers are able to enjoy its excellent fragrances, with the natural benefits of essential oils. Makes a fabulous gift to yourself or a friend! Lampe Berger More than 60 lampe’s to choose from, incredible selection of fragrances…come and see the newest of the collection. BEATRIZ BALL handmade metalware will not tarnish or lose its shine. It can be used with confidence to heat, chill and safely serve food. Each piece is made entirely by hand, one at time. Using the ancient art of sand casting: pouring a premium quality alloy of molten aluminum into sand molds, and then going through four levels of polishing. More than twelve different set of hands are involved in the creation of each piece. Made of eco-friendly, 100% recycled aluminum. Easy care. Never tarnish. Chill or warm foods up to 350 degrees.

Firepots: Perfect for indoor holiday entertaining, whether on your coffee table, dining room table, or the edge of your soaker tub, they make a bold statement. Great gift ideas, they are available in several styles and sizes. For year round use, not only popular for tabletops but stunning around your hot tub, pool, patio, deck, garden, & pathway. LAFCO’S Little Luxuries

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LAFCO’S new candle tins are the ultimate in LAFCO Luxury. Scented with their most popular fragrances, they come with a generous box of matches and a top that can be used as a stand. Clean burning, soy blend wax, 100% cotton wick, 30 hour burn time

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Celebrate a Life - Ridge Meadows Hospice In November each year, Ridge Meadows Hospice Society hosts a very special event called “Celebrate A Life�. This heartfelt event takes place at Haney Placee Mall (November 12-15) and Valley Fair Mall (November 16-20). It is a public display of beautifully decorated trees with ornaments. The public is invited to personalize an ornament in honor of lost loved ones and place it on a tree. Ridge Meadows Hospice Society’s mission is to provide compassion,, support and care to patients and loved ones in dealing with end of life experience, grief and mourning.

For more info you can visit: www.ridgemeadowshospicesociety.com Call: 604.463.7722 or Email: info@ridgemeadowshospicesociety.com

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Ridge Meadows Operation Christmas Child celebrates its 19th Season with the theme “Love in a Box” As a project of Samaritan’s Purse, Operation Christmas Child has become the world’s largest children’s Christmas project and is now entering its 19th season. Over these years, we have learned that the joy of giving is a central part of the foundation upon which Operation Christmas Child is built. Without your efforts it would not be possible to make a lasting impact in the lives of so many needy children around the world each year. Operation Christmas Child is a fun and easy project that anyone of any age can be involved in.

How Does It Work? Open up a whole new life through the power of a simple gift! A girl or boy, ages 2-4; 5-9; or 10-14 will receive a measure of love, happiness, and hope in receiving your shoebox which contains a toy, toy for interaction, hygiene items, school supplies, and hard candy in a zip lock bag. • Please do not include any used item, items that have an expiry date, liquid or items that could leak, melt, freeze or break, toothpaste, scary or war related items. • Shoe boxes can also be made on line at samaritanspurse.ca/shoebox • You can also visit participating Dollar Giants in Maple Ridge to get your shoe box and fill it up.

When and Where Do I Drop off my box? November 21st to 27th Maple Ridge Baptist Church (Corner of 222nd and Lougheed Hwy). 10 AM to 4 PM. Shannon Irwin is the Operation Christmas Child BC Regional Manager of Samaritan’s Purse Canada.

Contact Barb Gustafson at 604-467-9794 for more info or questions

STAVE FALLS SCOTTISH DANCERS Stave Falls Scottish Dancers teaching Highland & Scottish Country dance. Celebrating 52 years in the community. Very family oriented. Classes taught in 3 home dance studios. Watching day for parents once a month. Non - competitive programme, SDTA exams with examiner from Scotland.

Dance Trips: Spain 2011, Disneyland 2012, Scotland 2013 Scottish Country Dance Ball ‡Christmas and Valentine Parties ‡Christmas parades in Mission & Maple Ridge ‡Performances at Community events, Senior homes, weddings ‡Robbie Burns Suppers ‡Canada Day and more!

Year end Recital in June, performances at the Kitsilano Showboat & PNE. Ages 3 years and up. No need of kilt outfit to start. Cost $52.00 per month including taxes.

REGISTER FOR SEPTEMBER CLASSES NOW! Contact director Cheryle Macdonald 604.462.9935 email: stavefallsdancer@aol.com Whats On? • www.whatsonbc.ca

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LOCK & KEY EVENT November 24th

LAVA Dining & Lounge, 22590 Dewdney Trunk Road, Maple Ridge n«“Ê̜ʣ£«“ÊÊÊÊUÊÊÊÊ}iÊÎä³

Find the key to love Will his key fit your lock? A great way to break the ice in a fun relaxed environment.

So how does it work?... All women will wear a lock around their neck… the men each have a key. The fun of it is, the more singles you approach, the more opportunity you have to meet someone special and see if your lock and key are a match.

Will you have the winning combination? Prizes from our great sponsors for the winning combination!

Tickets $25 Available at www.whatsonbc.ca or call 1.604.287.4428

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Poinsettia Campaign

Helping My Hospital

While visiting local retailers in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows you can do your Christmas shopping and support your local hospital. Starting in late November through Christmas Eve local businesses will have poinsettia tags available for a $2 donation. Make a donation, write your personal greeting and the staff will happily display your poinsettia tag for all to enjoy. The poinsettia tag campaign has raised over $40,000 to purchase urgently needed equipment for your hospital. The support from the community is amazing! We are confident we will have another very successful h campaign thanks to the generous businesses and residents of our communities. ca Every dollar you donate increases our capacity to care and support our communities. Our RMH team – the employees, doctors and volunteers do an outstanding job in caring for our community, but they need your ongoing support to ensure they have the best tools available to provide this care. Be sure to visit the following retailers to purchase your poinsettia tag in support of your hospital: A&W, BMO Bank of Montreal (224th and Westridge), Coast Capital Savings, Cooper’s Foods, Envision Financial, Good Company, Haney Dragon Restaurant, Home Restaurant, Royal Bank (224th and 207th), Rona Revy, Save On Foods (227th and Westgate), Shoppers Drug Mart (Pitt Meadows and East Maple Ridge).

SPECC-tacular Productions and Emerald Pig Theatrical Society Present

A Christmas Carol A Musical by Michael DeMaio Directed by Sharon Malone Artistic Director Ed Marshall Musical Director Robyn Van Luven Choreography by Susan Mitchell of Maple Ridge Dance Circle

DECEMBER 13 – 17, 2011 The ACT Maple Ridge December 13th – 16th 7:30 pm December 17th 12 noon and 6:00 pm Tickets: $20 or group of 4 for $65 Ticket Centre: 604.476.2787 www.theactmapleridge.org

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Homework Tours Whirlwind homework tours of the library! For individuals, groups or entire classes. Call to book you tour.

Saving for Retirement Thursday, November 3, 7-8:30 pm Learn how to plan for your retirement income with local financial planner Anna McNeil. Registration required.

Friday Fun Club Fridays, November 4, 18 & 25, 3:30-4:30 pm A fun afternoon of reading, contests, crafts, stories and prizes. Grades 1-3. Registration required.

Memory Loss and Dementia: Alzheimer’s Society Wednesday, November 16, 7-8:30 pm An information session presented by the Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, and Katzie Seniors Network.

Teen Quiz Night Saturday, November 19, 7-9 pm Bring your competitive spirit to the Maple Ridge Public Library Teen Quiz Night. Snacks! Prizes! Fun! Contact the library for more information.

Christmas Countdown Tuesday, December 6, 6:45-7:15 pm Join us for an evening of holiday songs, rhymes, stories and a special puppet show!

Christmas for Grown-Ups Tuesday, December 13, 7-8:30 pm Join the Silvertones and other special guests for an evening of Christmas songs, stories and celebration. Refreshments will be served. Drop in.

Posada Friday, December 16, 6-8:30 pm Celebrate the traditional Spanish prelude to Christmas. Drop in.

Piñata Making Friday, December 16, 4-5:30 pm Come and learn the traditions of Mexico and decorate your own piñata to take home. Registration required.

Card Making Workshop Wednesday, November 30, 3:30-4:30 pm Get ready for Christmas by creating your own festive Christmas cards! Grades 4-7. Registration required.

Contact the library for additional programs.

Maple Ridge Public Library 130 – 22470 Dewdney Trunk Rd. | 604.467.7417 Read. Learn. Play. | www.fvrl.ca

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Love Cake? The best choice for any special occasion

would like to Thank you for your continued support.

Come and enjoy a sweet treat; our way of saying thank you!

WHEN: Sunday, December 4th

WHERE: Fraserview Village Hall - Poolside Lounge 22610 - 116 Avenue Maple Ridge,

TIME: Noon-4pm Heidi Kenkel p. 604.328.5288 e. heidi@cakelicious.ca w. cakelicious.ca

There’ll be snacks, refreshments, something for the kids and cupcakes of course!

We hope you can all make it!

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Lest We Forget The Cenotaph in Pitt Meadows The cenotaph in Pitt Meadows is located right next to City Hall. The idea of having some kind of memorial in Pitt meadows was brought forward by a few Dutch immigrants who had come to Canada after the Second World War to look for a brighter life in Canada. And also in honour of the Canadian soldiers who had lost their lives liberating the Netherlands. It was in the late 1980’s that a plan was put forward to have a Remembrance in Pitt Meadows. The real instigator to this project was Walter Laseur, who went to some of the dairy farmers to collect some money so we could have a cairn to remember our liberators from the second Word War. As it turned out more money was collected than anticipated and an architect was consulted and a design was drawn up. Several proposals were brought forward and the one that was finally picked was the most expensive. The argument that was brought up was that it was too expensive. This was brought forward at a meeting, however the then Chairman of the Park & Recreation, Sieb Swierstra, won his argument and the cenotaph was built at its present location. In 1990 on Remembrance Day a few citizens gathered on the spot at 2 P.M. where the cenotaph is now located and had a small remembrance service. This was also done the following couple of years until the cenotaph was built in 1993. In 1994 was the first year that the service was held at the eleventh day of the eleventh month at eleven o’clock. This was also the first year that the Royal Canadian Legion fully participated in the ceremony. In 2005 plans were made to create a park. This also included to take a look at the cenotaph. Plans were made to redesign the cenotaph and it was decided to have a nice parade ground and to have everything level so that in the future anybody in a wheelchair would be able to place a wreath. The cenotaph was raised and put on a new

plinth. This made it possible to put names on the cenotaph. A lot of research went in to establish the names of the people of Pitt Meadows who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars. Thanks to the hard work of Jeff and Riley Davis who researched this and we were able to get these names on the cenotaph. Jeff is the archivist for the Legion. The last two names were only recently added. Up until 2008 the remembrance ceremonies were always held coming in to the cenotaph from Harris Road. This arrangement sometimes created problems with the traffic and thanks to the completion of the Spirit Square, we are now able to utilize the park and approach the cenotaph from the east through the park. This has been very successful the last 2 years. The attendance has grown from a dozen in 1990 to thousands in 2010. Let us all hope that we may celebrate Remembrance Day for many more years to come without adding more names to this cenotaph of citizens, who lost their lives for the freedom of Pitt Meadows. Sieb Swierstra

November 11th 11am Remembrance Day Ceremonies Maple Ridge The ceremony takes place at 11:00 am after the Remembrance Day Parade from the Legion building to the Cenotaph. Pitt Meadows 11:00 am Spirit Square For details call 604.463.5101

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CRAZY ABOUT CLOTHES Upscale Women’s Consignment Boutique

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If you want to look fabulous this fall then a visit to Crazy About Clothes is a must! This isn’t your regular consignment store. Crazy About Clothes is very much an upscale boutique. With its own style, this unique store carries name brand clothing, accessories, shoes and handbags. You’ll find Gucci to Guess and Coach to Betsey Johnson!

No matter what you are looking for, they’ll have the perfect outfit for you. You are guaranteed to find something you love – I do every time I visit!! As I’m writing this I’m wearing a gorgeous, grey, flowing cardigan that I found on my last shopping spree there – its unique, its different, its designer! Jane M

Even more space, even more outfits… Crazy About Clothes are expanding the store in November – so look out for the store to double in size for even more unique fashions and designers you thought you couldn’t afford…well now you can!

Arriving Daily... They are now transitioning into Fall. New falls items arriving daily, purses, shoes, dresses, tops, pants. Awesome designer purses, Coach, Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs.

Yoga & Work Out Come and check out our Yoga & Workout clothes. Name brands include Lululemon, Nike, Adias.

Specials Senior’s Day Mondays Senior’s receive 10% off ticketed price every Monday

Ladies Night They are planning on having a “Ladies Night” one Friday a Month. The store will be open until 9:00pm on a Friday, you book your appointment to shop privately with your girlfriends. Refreshments will be served, try on as many outfits as you like, shop till you drop!!

Donations Crazy About Clothes is proud to provide clothing donations to Atira, www. atira.bc.ca All donations go directly to women in need in all programs that are provided by this wonderful, non-profit organization for women.

Special Occasion Rentals! Make your dreams come true! Crazy About Clothes will be offering women the opportunity to “rent” that special occasion outfit, including shoes & accessories. You might not be able to afford that designer dress you always dreamed about wearing – don’t dream any longer – step out in style in a $2,000 dress – just rent it for the evening! You may love the outfit so much, you want to buy it, you can do that too!! Drop by the store and “take a peek”!!

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Haney Farmers Market

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Haney Farmers Market’s Autumn Market returns to St. Andrew’s Haney United Church. The annual Pancake Breakfast presented by St. Andrew’s Haney United Church ladies is from 10 a.m. to noon.

The Haney Farmers Market Winter Market will be at St. Andrew’s Haney United Church, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Breakfast with Santa tickets are available for December 10. Christmas baking, gifts galore, lotions, creams, crafts, chocolate, cakes, pies and more. Join us for a festive morning. Dewdney Trunk Road and 222nd Street. www.haneyfarmersmarket.org.

Shop now for early Christmas presents. Our farmers still have a lot of wonderful squashes and other winter produce. Dewdney Trunk Road and 222nd Street, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. www.haneyfarmersmarket.org

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HARRY HOOGE CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR

Firefighters for Families Food Drive

Your One Stop Christmas Shop! 12280 230th street, Maple Ridge Saturday November 19th from 10-4pm $25 plus donation to our raffle hhcraftfair@hotmail.ca

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Every December firefighters and members of the Youth Academy spend a day outside each of the major grocery stores in Maple Ridge and collect food and cash in support of the Friends In Need Food Bank and the Christmas Hamper Society.

HO, HO, HO! Bells will soon be ringing and we cannot wait to ring in the Holiday season with you. Come visit our Christmas Craft on Saturday, November 19th from 10-4pm. Harry Hooge Elementary School (12280 230 Street, Maple Ridge) presents the 3rd Annual Christmas Craft Fair. You will surely find something for everyone on your Christmas List. We have many local crafters and vendors showcasing their handmade and ready to go products. All proceeds support our PAC and admission is by donation.

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Environmental School Project A Parent’s Perspective Learning in the Rain As an active outdoor family, we have been very excited at the prospect of the children learning in the natural environment, and at the same time, had some concerns that many parents have when presented with such a different way of learning.

Photo Credits: Craig Cerhit Weather and rain. How would my active, four year old child stay dry? How can he learn when he’s in the rain? What about the cold and dampness? We are fortunate to be able to spend time at the “school” and bear witness to how the kids are taught and what effect the rain has on their learning. What we’ve witnessed is that rain has become part of the learning environment. The weather becomes significant and rain replenishes the earth. My young son quickly learned the importance of staying dry and how rain plays such an important part of everyday life. We will do

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our part as parents and make sure he goes out the door wearing proper clothing and the rain is not a barrier to learning. In fact, we believe it aids in their education. When the rain pours the kids tend to move in close together to help each other, attend to the activity, and listen closely to hear the educator’s voice. The rhythm of rain is like the rhythm of learning. It showers down and penetrates those whose minds are open to new ways and new experiences. We continue to enjoy learning in the rain.

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Brick by Brick - Loaf by Loaf

This is a story about two people who, at opposite ends of the world, dreamed of building a home for children. My name is Barbara Giraud and I am a grandma. This translates to “Jaaja” in Lugandan and our dream was named in my honor. I work alone in Canada with a 23 year old boy, Edwin who lived in Jinja, Uganda. Edwin lives and takes care of children at Agape Children’s Home, where he has lived most of his life. We felt there had to be a way to take children from the garbage dumps and put them into a home; to have them attend school and learn to be productive citizens of their country, Uganda. How could we do this….a 65 year old woman and a 23 year old boy? If your dream is strong enough, you can do anything. I started baking banana bread. Four loaves a day and after nine months with

1,500 loaves baked, our Home of Angels started to take shape. Global TV filmed our story in February 2011 and the viewers started contacting us with donations and offers of baking the bread. We were able to finish the children’s home and start a staff facility which included a clinic and apartments for the aunties and social worker. We have come so far, but we have a long way to go…. If you would like to help, please contact me. Thank you, Barb Giraud Follow along on our journey at www.jaajabarbshomeofangels.blogspot.com jaajabarbshomeofangels@gmail.com

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After hours @ The ACT Join us 7pm–9pm weekly for After-Hours @ The ACT. Songstage with Ivan Boudreau Tuesdays: November 1st December 6 Ivan Boudreau, hosts the evenings’ mix of eclectic musicians & facilitates discussion on the art and craft of the songwriting process and how to develop live performance skills.

Philosopher’s Café at The ACT - Thursday November 10th & December 8th The Philosopher’s Café is open to all participants. Nov 10 - Spiritual emergence or nervous breakdown? Dec 8 - What constitutes “the good life”? For more information visit: www.philosopherscafe.net Holy Wow - Freda du Plessis

Holy Wow Poetry - Tuesday November 8th Share your poetic flair or simply sit back and relax over a poetic main stream of steeping tea or cafe latte...listening to exciting and invigorating Poems and Songs. Visit: http://www.meetup.com/holy-wow-poets/

Golden Ears Writers - Tuesday November 15th Join Golden Ears Writers for a series of adult events and workshops designed to build and nurture our local writing community.

Celtic Jam with Nigel Tucker - Tuesday: Nov 22 Come join Nigel and his band of merry musicians in the spirit of Celtic muse. Bring your instruments, voice or even just your ears as no experience is necessary and only the love of music required. Visit The ACT website or www.facebook.com/goldenearswriters for monthly details.

Another GEM... A Hockey Musical! Monday, November 28th 7:30PM @ The ACT Seventeen-year old Farley Gordon has led a sheltered life, homeschooled and isolated by his parents. His closest friend is Eve, their next door neighbour. When his skill at hockey is realized, Farley is signed to a major hockey league and achieves instant fame and success. But pressure from his coach and teammates and a changing relationship with Eve begin to create intense strain in Farley’s life. Join us for the second season of the popular Golden Ears Movie Series at The ACT and enjoy six great nights of exceptional films!

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Warmth, from the Heart! EVENT: November 25 & 26 3rd Annual “Drive on the Line” Campaign.

While walking out of a movie theatre in downtown Vancouver on a chilly October night 6 years ago, Mission resident, Gregory Ould noticed a man lying in an alcove at the side of a building. Ould went up to the man, and asked if there was anything that he could do to help him out. Greg wasn’t prepared for what the man said to him. “I could use a blanket…to survive the night.” Blown away by those words, Greg went out and brought back a blanket. That act of one offer has continued to blossom from a family endeavor where he was joined by his young son Ben and daughter Emma, to a team of eight amazing board of directors and wonderful volunteers throughout the year.

It’s a two day-long blanket drive set along the Canada Line that runs from Waterfront Station to Richmond and YVR. They are always looking for volunteers that wish to give back a little “warmth from the heart”. Please visit www.BlanketBC.org for more info

From 67 blankets on their first blanket drive, Blanket BC has grown into an incorporated charity and has been able to distributed more than 50,000 blankets to date!

Maple Ridge Museum and Haney House gear up for Winter! t Ass tthe A he leaves fall and the tempe temperatures start to drop, the Maple Ridge Museum and an nd H Ha Haney an y House turn up the h ane heat inside to keep you warm through the winter months mo ont nths hss through a variety of exh exhibits and social activities. On O n Th Thu u ursday rsda rs d y November 24th aat 7:30pm at St. Andrews Heritage Church (22279 (22 (2 222 2279 9 1116th 1166th 6 Ave), Kevin Chid Chiddick will be speaking at the monthly Maple Ridge Ri R idge dge His dg H Hi Historical issttorical Society memb member’s meeting on his Serengeti Safari. This is a ggood go oood d oopportunity ppor pp ortu tunity to learn more about what the Historical Society does, and if you yo ou w wa want ant nt ttoo mo m more re involved, or iif you just want drop by and listen to the speaker ker tthat’s th hat at’s’s fin wi ith th u nee w with uss too!

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A community staple, the Christmas Haven n returns for its 14th year! Now a fixture in Maple Ridge, the 14th annual Christmas Haven will take place this December 24th. Year after year the Haven provides a sense of belonging and camaraderie on a night that often brings hardship to those with little or no support. The non-denominational, volunteer driven event provides a free, wheelchair accessible, warm welcoming atmosphere for people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, and socio-economic status, to enjoy a warm turkey dinner, Christmas carols, children’s activities, and a special gift from Santa. This year the Christmas Haven has teamed with the Salvation Army to provide food for the event. “In previous years we have asked for turkey donations,” says Corisa Bell, head of media promotions, entertainment and volunteer coordination. “This year the Haven is in need of cash donations and/or gifts for teenagers and adults.” Donations can be made at either the Pitt Meadows or Maple Ridge Leisure Centre’s, both of which will accept cash or debit. The event location is to be determined and will be posted to www.christmashaven.ca as soon as the details are available. For more information email christmashaven@ gmail.com, phone 778.861.9477 or visit the website at www.christmashaven.ca

From left to right: Len MacDonald, Marilynn MacDonald, Kathy Quayle, Corisa Bell, Cheryl Buholzer, Deborah Jamieson, Todd Oliver

Ridge Meadows L.I.G.H.T. Group Colour Healing Explorations with Dr. Vivian Lunny November 27th, 10:30 am -5:30pm Space is limited, please email to reserve- rmlightgroup@gmail.com

Up Coming Events: New Year’s Forecast ~ Psychic Fair Channeling Evenings Spiritual Discussion Nights (come share your story) Crystal Healing workshop Reiki Share Afternoons Jewelry making classes Join a community of spiritually minded aware individuals Come participate in weekly meditations and open drumming circle. We meet every Wednesday at 6:30 pm to learn, share, explore and meditate. New people are always welcome! Website at www.rmlightgroup.com and on Facebook: ~Ridge Meadows L.I.G.H.T. Group

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Whats On? Maple Ridge Nov/Dec 2011  

Events, Entertainment, Leisure & Community Guide for Maple Ridge, BC, Canada

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