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1 MAR FRI Fashion Inferno: Dinner & Dance, champagne reception & Hors D’oeuvres. Door Prizes, Lilent & Live Auction. Campbell River Comm. Ctr. Doors ope @ 6pm / Dinner @ 7pm. Proceeds to the the B.C Professional Fire Fighters Burn Fund. Tix $50, Table of 10 $400 available at CR Fire Hall. 250-286-6266 Megastar Live Band Karaoke: See page 24 Aladdin the Musical: Also showing 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 8th & 9th. Timberline Secondary School, 7pm. Tix $15 Adults, $12 Seniors @ Timerberline school. BE QUICK tickets sell fast. Babysitter on Skates (5-10yrs): Strathcona Gardens, 6-11pm. Kids skate, play games, face paint, do arts & crafts, make a snack & wind down to a movie. Pre-reg. $15 includ. skate rentals. 250.287.9234 River City Arts Fest 2013: Registrations start today. Event July 27th. Register in person @ Impressions Gallery / 250.286.1612 / impressionsartgallery@yahoo.ca Quadra Winter Market: Quadra Comm. Ctr. Artists, craft enthusiasts, gardeners, bakers & candlestick makers diplsy and sell their creations at the indoor market. $1 hot tea & coffee. Doors open 8am. Michele Sjoholm 250.285.3747 / quadra.michele@gmail.com Global Youth Service Day Soon: Join young people from over 100 countries for Global Youth Service Day, 26-28 April. Register your service project, get inspired with project ideas & download resources like, “YOUth Changing the World: A Service Project Toolkit. Ages 5-25yrs worldwide are eligible to apply for US $500 ‘Get Ur Good On Grant’ to support youth-led projects. Deadline March 10th.

2 MAR SAT C Canucks vs Kings 7pm CBC Haus Banned - Fat Teddy’s House Band: See page 24 Afterdark Invitational: See page 24 Aladdin the Musical: See 1st 11th Annual Fashion Inferno: Runway will be sizzling with latest local fashions, while your served by CR’s fire fighters in their dress uniforms. Champagne reception, hor d’oeuvres, dinner, fashion show, dance, door prizes, silent & live auction & more! Presented by the International Association of Fire Fighters. In support of the BC Professional Fire Fighters Burn Fund. Comm. Ctr. 250.286.6266

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‘Gone with the Wind’ Movie: Tidemark Theatre, 1pm. $5. 250.287.7899. Family Swop & Shop: Carihi School Gym, 9:30am. Bake sale, kids activity zone, face painting, glitter tattoos, hair extensions, express massages for mums, kids haircuts. Hosted by Forest Circle Society for Families. sarabaikie@ gmail.com Reflections of Red “A Red Skelton Comedy Tribute Show”: Laugh with Victoria comedian. $5/person + potluck. Tix @ CR Seniors Ctr, 250.914.4401 Annual Used Book Sale & Fundraiser: CR Museum. 250.287.3103. Live Show Emile Scott: River City Grill, 6pm. 250.914.4499.

3 MAR SUN C Canucks at Flames 5pm SNET-P Aladdin the Musical Matinee: Timberline Secondary School, 2pm. Price includes jasmine tea & cookies & photo ops with the characters (Starting at 1pm). Tix $20 Adults, $12 Kids @ Timerberline school. Annual Used Book Sale & Fundraiser: See 2nd.

4 MAR MON Sportfit: Sportsplex 5:45-7pm 250.923.7911.

5 MAR TUE C Canucks vs Sharks 7pm SNET-P Intouchables Movie: After becoming a quadriplegic by paragliding accident, an aristocrat hires a young man from the projects to be his caretaker. Tidemark Theatre, 7pm, $12. 250.287.7899.

6 MAR WED ‘2 Live Crew’ w/ Special Guests ‘Mr. Waugh & Friends’: Paramount Music Hall. Tix $20 Advance / $25 Door. 250.287.6221. Toastmasters Meetings: Comm. Ctr, Room 1, 7-8:30pm. Shawn, chernabogsh@aim.com Comox NIC Student Ceramic Showcase: CR Art Gallery, 12-5pm, until March 6th. 250.287.2261. CR Garden Club: CR Baptist Ch. North Side 923.0578

7 MAR THU CCanucks at Blue Jackets 4pm SNET-P Aladdin the Musical: Timberline Secondary School, 7pm. Tix $15 Adults, $12 Seniors, $8 Students @ Timerberline school. Kayak Polo (16yrs+): Strathcona Gardens, 9-10pm. Bring river kayak to pool & play 5 on 5. $10. 250.287.9234 Lost Families Found: Maritime Heritage Ctr, 7pm. Join CR Genealogy Society to learn how to research your family tree today. Pat, 250.923.6575.

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Footprints Towards the Future: An Aboriginal Career/ Hiring Fair: Thunderbird Hall, 10am-2pm. Door prizes, entertainment, special guest & lots of career/educational information. 250.923.0605 CR Adventure Club Meeting: Do you like outdoor recreation? Join the club! 7pm. 250.286.9644 West Coast Prostate Awareness Society: Meet & interact with other men coping with prostate cancer. ft. expert speakers with up to date info. 250.923.1357.

8 MAR FRI - Women’s Day Megastar Live Band Karaoke: See page 24 Family Pizza & Movie Nite on Ice: Strathcona Gardens, 5:15-8pm. Skate & watch a family movie. $4/person, $10/family. Price includes 2 pizza slices & juice box. 250.287.9234 Aladdin the Musical: See 1st The Vagina Monologues: Tidemark Theatre, 7:30pm. Presented by Vancouver Island North Women’s Resource Society (CR Women’s Ctr). Award-winning play based on V-Day founder/playwright. Eve Ensler’s interviews over 200 women. With humor & grace the piece celebrates women’s sexuality & strength. 250.287.3044. Friday Flicks, ‘Intouchables’: Quadra Comm. Ctr, 250.285.3243

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9 MAR SAT Haus Banned - Fat Teddy’s House Band: See page 24 Retromania: Tidemark Theatre, Doors 7pm. Ft. ‘Dreams’, tribute to ‘Fleetwood Mac’ & ‘Arriva’ plus Canada’s tribute to ABBA. $37.50, 250.287.7465. Aladdin the Musical: See 1st Kate Perry Themed Pool Party (7-11): Strathcona Gardens, 6-9pm, $10. Dance, sing & swim to your favourite Katy Perry songs. Fun dance offs, karaoke, trivia, pizza & lip sync competitions, 250.287.9234. Live Jazz “The Forbidden Jazz Band ft. Jake Maseri’: Royal Coachman, 1-4pm. 250.286.0231.

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St. Patricks Tea: Maritime Heritage Ctr, 1-3pm, $12.50. $39.50. 250.287.7899. Jigs & reels. Tea & scones. Fairies & leprechauns. Cel- Lego Fun at the CR Museum: Great collection of Lego ebrate St. Patrick’s Day in true Irish fashion. Irish enter- pieces. 1-2:30pm. $5/child. Reserve, 287.3103. Ave Clearance Mar13.indd 1 2013-02-21 11:29 tainment & music by Tara School of Irish Dancing.3 unit Mar-Second International Women’s Day Potluck for Women: garet, 25.850.1091. Quadra Comm. Ctr, 6pm. 250.285.3243 The Panic Squad: Hilarious comedy for entire fam10 MAR SUN - Day Light Savings Starts ily. Discovery Comm. Church, 250 10th Ave, 7pm. Tix, C Canucks at Wild 5pm SNET-P 250.287.8786. 4th Annual Wedding Show: The Old House Village Hotel Retromania Tributes: Tidemark Theatre, 7:30pm. A & Spa, 2-6pm. Learn latest products & services that could blast from the past! Featuring ‘Dreams’ with the ultitransform your wedding day & save you money, whether mate tribute to ‘Fleetwood Mac’. And ‘Arrival’ with Canyou’re planning an intimate gathering or grand affair. ada’s tribute to ‘ABBA’. You loved it then, relive it now!

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975 Ironwood St. 250-286-1723 Prize giveaways, workshops, fashion show, complimentary refreshments & hor d’oeuvres & more! 703.0202 / jill@ oldhousevillage.com Global Youth Service Day Soon: Join young people from 100+ countries for Global Youth Service Day, 2628 Apr. Register your service project, get inspired with project ideas by downloading resources like, “YOUth Changing the World: A Service Project Toolkit. Ages 5-25yrs worldwide are eligible to apply for US $500 ‘Get Ur Good On Grant’ to support youth-led projects. Deadline Mar 10th. Bazan Bay 5km Run: Starts 11am. 250.286.1364 / info@ shorerunners.com Cadence - Jazz Vocal Quartet: Quadra Is. 7pm, www. cadence-unplugged.com

11 MAR MON Mountain Kids Ski Camp: See page 24 Sportfit: Sportsplex 5:45-7pm 250.923.7911. CR Drum Circle: All hand drummers & percussionist regardless of tradition/level of experience. Mix Ethnic African, Cuban, Latin, Middle eastern music & more! Join fun experiment in rhythm making. Bruce, brrecamp@telus. net / 250.923.6858

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Karaoke with Dave Tancon: Paramount Music Hall, 10pm. Over 10 000 songs to choose from. 250.287.6221. 3rd Annual NIC Career Fair: Crown Isle Golf Course, Courtenay, 1-5pm. Learn employment opportunities, speak to experts & practice interview skills. 30 representatives on site ranging from health care facilities, trades, educational organizations to local businesses. www.nic. bc.ca / 250.334.5076. Toastmasters Speech Contest: Comm. Ctr, Room 1, 7-8:30pm. Shawn, chernabogsh@aim.com CR Celiac Support Group: Sunshine Wellness Ctr, CR Hospital 7pm 923.3638 / 923.4319

14 MAR THU C Canucks vs Predators 7pm TSN, SNET-P The Nylons with Guests CR Singers: Tidemark Theatre, 7:30pm. This acappella quartet is one of Canada�s top international success stories $47. 250.287.7899. Night on the Big Screen: CR Christian School, 7pm. 2-Night Show ft. music, art & media students. Performing music, art & media from your favourite tv shows & video games. Plus art auction & concession. Proceeds benefit hospital relief in Saroti, Africa. Mrs. Johnson, ajjohnsonmusic@gmail.com (15-16th)

15 MAR FRI Megastar Live Band Karaoke: See page 24 11th Annual Words on the Water Festival: Entertaining & stimulating literary cabaret with readings, music, & good food. 2-Day event kicks off tonight with stimulating mediated panel discussion & brief glimpse at writers for 2013. Books by featured writers on display & for purchase. Maritime Heritage Ctr, in Rotary Hall 7:30pm. Tix @ Tidemark Theatre. 923.1374 Night on the Big Screen: See 14th. One Man Lord of the Rings: Tidemark Theatre, 7:30pm. Talented Canadian actor Charles Ross delighted CR with his ‘One Man Star Wars Trilogy’. Now he returns. $25. 250.287.7899. Ready Set Go - Children’s Health Fair 2013: Robron Ctr, 10am-2pm. Learn info on safety, health, literacy awareness, recreation & more for parents of tots & pre-schoolers. Vision, hearing, development, dental & speech screening available free. Also activities on zumbatomic, nutrition, drumming, face painting, puppet shows & child find. Free snacks, beverages & prizes! 16 MAR SAT - National Quilting Day C Canucks vs Red Wings 7pm CBC Haus Banned - Fat Teddy’s House Band: See page 24 Dakine Slopestyle Competition: See page 24 Black Cat St. Pat’s Green Halloween Party: See page 24

‘Moka Only’: Paramount Music Hall, Doors 9pm. Presented by Obvious Entertainment & DJ Robbie Rob. Tix $10 Adv, $15 Door @ Paramount or Best Buy Liquor Store. 250.287.6221 11th Annual Words on the Water Festival: Entertaining & stimulating literary cabaret with readings, music, & good food. Contemporary writers & readers meet &


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attend individual annotated readings with guest authors. Sessions are 45mins + question time. Socialize with writers & like-minded readers. Books by featured writers on display & for purchase. Maritime Heritage Ctr, in Rotary Hall 7:30pm. Tix @ Tidemark Theatre. 250.923.1374 Quadra Winter Market: Quadra Comm. Ctr. Artists, craft enthusiasts, gardeners, bakers & candlestick makers diplsy and sell their creations at the indoor market. $1 hot tea & coffee. Doors open 8am. Michele Sjoholm 250.285.3747 / quadra.michele@gmail.com Discover Old Time Gospel Singing: Discovery Community Church, 250 10th Ave, 7pm. Come sing with us, gospel specials. Bob Bull, 250.287.8079. St Patricks Day ‘John Reynold’: Riptide. Two shows, 2-4pm & 8pm-12am. 250.830.0044. Ocean Waves Square Dance Club: Filberg Ctr, 7:3010pm. Cathy, 250.338.7942. Movie ‘Shaun of the Dead’: Tidemark Theatre, 1pm. $5. 250.287.7899. LifeMark Health Esquimalt 5km Run: Starts 8:30am. 250.286.1364 / info@shorerunners.com Live Show Nigel Nikolaisen: River City Grill, 8pm. 250.914.4499.

17 MAR SUN - St. Patricks Day Glacier Grannies Scrabble Fundraiser: Fundraising for African Grannies. Ardith, ardcha@gmail.com Island Cup XC Mountain Bike Race: In Victoria. Call Cycling BC, 1.604.737.3034 / www.islandcupseries.com Doug Fokins Live: Royal Coachman, 2-6pm, free. 250.286.0231.

C Canucks at Coyotes 7pm SNET-P Kayak Polo (16yrs+): Strathcona Gardens, 9-10pm. Bring river kayak to pool & play 5 on 5. $10. 250.287.9234 Learn about Sister Japanese City, Ishikari: City Hall, Committee Rm, 7:30pm. Hosted by Twinning Society. info@twinningcr.bc.ca Youth Group: Baptist Church, 7pm, 250.287.8831

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19 MAR TUE C Canucks vs Blues 7pm TSN Movie, ‘Boy’: Tidemark Theatre, 7pm. Set on East Coast, New Zealand, 1984. Boy, an 11yr old kid & devout Michael Jackson fan gets a chance to know his father, who has returned to find a bag of money he buried years ago. $12. 250.287.7899.

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Gem & Mineral Club Mtg: Comm. Ctr. Craft Rm, 7:30pm.

17th Annual Walk Away From Racism Event: Comm Ctr, 10:30-1:30pm. 250.286.1161

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C Canucks at Kings 1pm SNET-P Haus Banned - Fat Teddy’s House Band: See page 24 Battle of the DJ’s: Paramount Music Hall, Doors 5pm2am. DJ’s judged on crowd reaction, stage presence & technical ability. Cash prizes go to 1st & 2nd place. 3rd place wins a infrared sauna session for 2 from Ocean Resort & Wellness Spa! Plus raffles with TONS of killer prizes! Tix, $10 Advance / $15 Door. 250.287.6221. Spring Fling Dance Party on Ice (6-12): Strathcona Gardens, 6-9pm. Dress for Spring Fling theme & dance/ skate the night away underneath the disco ball. $10 includes snacks/pizza, dance contests, ice activities, funky tunes, karaoke, rentals, glow gear & pizza. 250.287.9234 Slopstacle Fun: Strathcona Gardens pool, 2-4pm. Check out the slippery, sloppy obstacle course. Time trials & prizes for best wipe out! Be prepared to get covered in pudding, jello, eggs & other goo. 287.9234. Movie, ‘Princess Bride’: Tidemark Theatre, 1pm. $5. 250.287.7899.

C Canucks at Avalanche 5pm SNET-P Comox Valley RV Half Marathon: Starts 11am. 250.286.1364 / info@shorerunners.com

25 MAR MON Coolest Game on Earth (6-12): Strathcona Gardens, 10am-3pm. Introduction to hockey camp (25-28th). $72 includes learning basic hockey skills. 250.287.9234 Fun on Ice - Learn Skating Camp (3-5): Strathcona Gardens, 9:30am-12pm. Beginner skater in mind with emphasis on fun. (25-28th) 250.287.9234. Dash & Splash Camp (6-10): Strathcona Gardens, 10am-3pm. Skate & Swim lessons, sports, crafts & outdoor fun, (25-28th). 250.287.9234. School Break Toonie Swims: Strathcona Gardens pool, 1-3pm. (25th-28th) 250.287.9234. Spring Break Swim Lessons: Strathcona Gardens Lessons start 25th. 250.287.9234. Ships Ahoy - Nautical Themed Aquatics Camp (7-11):


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Campbell River’s Annual Festival of Writers for Readers

Writers and Readers gather at the Maritime Heritage to celebrate. March 15th & March 16th Guest Authors: Charlotte Gill, Madeleine Thien, Fred Wah. JJ Lee, Rawi Hage, Matthew Hooton, Anakana Schofield, Janet Marie Rogers Bring your favorite pen and notebook. Friday Evening - 7.30pm, Stimulating mediated panel discussion and a brief glimpse at all or our writers. Saturday - From 9.00am, Enjoy individual annotated readings with guest authors. Evening from 7.30pm Literary Cabaret with musical guests. Tickets available from the Tidemark Theatre.

Strathcona Gardens pool, 10am-3pm. Learn basic boating skills. (25-28th) 250.287.9234.

Mountain Kids Ski Camp: See page 24 Photography Club: Quadra Comm. Ctr, 7pm. 285.3243

26 MAR TUE C Canucks vs Blue Jackets 7pm SNET-P Woman Empowering Women: Royal Coachman carriage rm, 5:30-9pm. Presented by CR Business & Professional Women’s Network, Speed Networking & Dinner, Make more business contacts in 1 night than you would in 1 month. info@bpwn.org

27 MAR WED Heart Support Group Meeting: Community Hall, 7pm. Ken, emcrann@shaw.ca Toastmasters Meetings: Comm. Ctr, Room 1, 7-8:30pm. Shawn, chernabogsh@aim.com

28 MAR THU C Canucks vs Avalanche 7pm SNET-P Island Focus: CR Photo Club, Sportsplex, 7pm. Grant Jones 250.923.4792

Ultimate Frisbee: All-weather field, Sportsplex, 7:30pm. Bring 2 t-shirts white & dark. campbellriverultimate.com Youth Group: Baptist Church, 7pm, 250.287.8831 29 MAR FRI - Good Friday Megastar Live Band Karaoke: See page 24

30 MAR SAT - Earth Hour Today C Canucks at Oilers 7pm CBC 4th Annual Easter Festival: Easter Egg Hunt in Ostler Park, The Easter Bunny, animal activity farm, music, dancing, face painting, clowns & crafts. Spirit Square filled with entertainment! 11am-3pm. Haus Banned - Fat Teddy’s House Band: See page 24 Spring Rail Jam Competition: See page 24 31 MAR SUN - Easter Easter Sunday Deluxe Brunch Buffet: Royal Coachman, carriage room, 2-6pm. 250.286.0231.

1 APR MON - April Fools Day C Canucks at Sharks 7:30pm SNET-P Sportfit: Sportsplex 5:45-7pm 250.923.7911.


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March 2

GONE WITH THE WIND: 1.00PM

(1939) is often considered the most beloved, enduring and popular film of all time. The famous film, shot in three-strip Technicolor, is cinema’s greatest, star-studded, historical epic film of the Old South during wartime that boasts an immortal cast in a timeless, classic tale of a love-hate romance. - $5

March 5

INTOUCHABLES : 7PM

After he becomes a quadriplegic from a paragliding accident, an aristocrat hires a young man from the projects to be his caretaker. $12

March 8

THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES: 7:30PM

With humour and grace, the play celebrates women’s sexuality and strength. $25

March 16

SHAUN OF THE DEAD - 1.00PM

It’s often said that the true character of a man is only revealed in times of dire crisis, and for likable, lovelorn loser Shaun (Simon Pegg), that moment of reckoning came when the dead rose from their slumber to feast on the flesh of the living.

March 19

BOY - 7.00PM

Set on the east coast of New Zealand in the year 1984, Boy, an 11-year-old kid and devout Michael Jackson fan gets a chance to know his father, who has returned to find a bag of money he buried years ago. $12

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THE PRINCESS BRIDE 1.00PM

Based on William Goldman’s novel of the same name, The Princess Bride is staged as a book read by grandfather (Peter Falk) to his ill grandson (Fred Savage). - $5

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March 10, 2013 2pm-6pm Free Entry Don’t miss The Old House Village Hotel & Spa’s 4th Annual Wedding Show. Learn more about the latest products and services that could transform your wedding day and save you money, whether you are planning an intimate gathering, or a grand affair. Prize Giveaways. Workshops. Fashion Show. Complimentary Refreshments & Hor d’oeuvres.  The Old House Village Hotel & Spa provides the ideal location for your indoor or outdoor wedding in Courtenay / Comox. Our lush riverfront gardens and garden gazebo is an ideal outdoor wedding venue, while the hotel’s great room, penthouse or banquet space provides an intimate location for indoor wedding dinners or receptions in the Comox Valley. Our spacious guest suites with fireplaces and either petite or full kitchens will ensure all your Vancouver Island guests are immersed in comfort. While the hotels intimate size, just 79 rooms, ensures that your event is our focus.


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“From mint green to chartreuse, green is all over our wedding design boards in 2013,” the colour is being incorporated into a variety of wedding design details including linens, cocktails, flowers,cakes and stationery. Although mint green has been cited as 2013’s hot colour, a “sophisticated and radiant” emerald green, also poses well in any season—combine it with crisp white in the spring or charcoal grey in the winter.”

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Braids and Buns have been sweeping across Hollywood, it is no surpise that these dazzling coifs would carry over into weddings. Wether piled high in a ballerina bun or braided loosely in a feminine ďŹ shtail, this is one trend we can’t wait to see more of.

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Move over single white diamond engagement ring, some new and spectacular betrothal baubles are in town. The latest tweaks on tradition include cool cuts, intricate settings, dazzlingly different tints and modern styles that forgo the solitaire altogether.

Inspiration & Elegance Spring 2013

Two-tiered halo settings, some using contrasting color in the surrounding stones or metal. More visually interesting than an expected, the round stone, the oval cut tweaks convention just enough to be modern, but looks perfectly stunning set as a solitaire, especially when used in a trendy east-west engagement ring setting. Classically elegant, an emeraldcut stone lends an engagement ring a subtle vintage air.

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Cakes and Deserts

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In 2012, signature cocktails were king, but for 2013 beer will get its chance to bask in the spotlight. With craft breweries popping up on every corner, this traditionally ‘man’s drink’ has discovered its softer side in weddings.

Move over cupcake towers. Take a seat, candybuffet. One of the new trends for wedding sweets right now are dessert tables. Featuring an array of edibles, the dessert table is a fantastic idea for any kind of wedding. Assortments that feature french macarons, cupcakes, small cakes, cakettes or imperials will ensure that all of your guests’ sweeteeth are sated. Dessert tables are also alot of fun because of the amount of styling that goes into designing the table. A lot more props/garnishes can be used to streamline the design to perfectly compliment your wedding. Varying levels of pedestals, mixed and matched serving trays plus all of the accent pieces in between result in a table almost as beautiful as the bride herself!


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Thanks to the Great Gatsby movie release this May, the old glamour of the Roaring Twenties will be a huge wedding trend. “The Art Deco opulence with a hint of Victorian flair will influence the bride of 2013.” The trend is taking root with brides ordering romantic flowers and cascading bouquets featuring Casa Blanca lilies, stephanotis, fragrant gardenias and cabbage roses. In decor’ event planners are seeing a marked increase in the demand for Prohibition-era cocktails, sequinned linens and gold flatware and glassware. “Think elegant, sophisticated garden party with lots of sparkle and glam.”

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What’s on the Menu? Wedding menus that are inspired by local ingredients as well as the season will be huge for 2013. More and more couples are requesting hot dog and taco carts and tappa trays. For dessert we’ll continue to see cheesecakes and pie pops over the traditional wedding cake. The customisation trend is also serving up exotic wedding menus that pay tribute to a couple’s travel experiences and heritages. Often the menu has a honeymoon tiein, such as hand-made gelato for newlyweds who are honeymooning in Florence.

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Every Week EVERY MONDAY Lotto Games: Quinsam Hotel, 11am-1:30am, 286.9811 Seniors Golf: 65yrs+ Rainbow’s End Golf Course Sayward. 9Holes $10. 282.3222 Texas Hold’em: Willows Neighbourhood Pub, 923.8311 Sportfit: Sportsplex 5:45-7pm 923.7911 Re-Enchant the World with Melodies: Quadra Is. Comm. Ctr. 3-4:30pm. Square Dance Lessons: CR Eagles, 7:30pm. 1st two lessons free. Chris 923 9492 / Geo 287.9006 / Fred 287.3345 Open Mic: Serious Coffee 6-9pm 923.1312 Crib: CR Legion. Reg 6:30pm, Game 7pm. 286.6831 Pool & Darts: Eagles Lounge Free everyday 287.4990 Zumba: Black Creek Com. Hall, 6:15-7:15pm, 337.5190 Poker: Willows Neighbourhood Pub, 7pm 923.8311 Dodgeball: Miracle Beach School 6:30-7:30pm 337.5190 Parent & Tots: QCC, 9:30am-12pm. Sing 4 Pure Joy: QCC, Rm 3, 3-4:30pm. singforpurejoy@gmail.com Weight Watchers Mtg: QCC, 6-7pm. Alcoholics Anonymous Mtg: QCC, 7-9pm. 285.3656

Family Gym: Com. Ctr, 10:30-11:30am, free. 286.1161. Ocean Waves Square Dance Club: Courtenay Anglican Church, 7-9pm. Cathy, 250.338.7942. EVERY TUESDAY Free pool & DJ Tommy G: Paramount 286.1841 Drop-in Meditation w/ Lucas Stiefvater: Oceans Resort, 7-8pm. Free, 923.4281 / info@oceanresort.ca Lotto Games: Quinsam Hotel, 11pm-1:30am, 286.9811 Dragon Boat Practice: Corilair floatplane dock, 5:45pm, Linda 778-420-0805 or info@braveheartsdragonboat.ca Re-Enchant the World with Melodies: Quadra Is. The Lions Den (Across from Thrifty’s) 7:30-9pm. Weight Watchers Mtg: Maritime Heritage Ctr, 11am & 6pm, 286.3161 Sing 4 Pure Joy: Lions Den, 8pm. singforpurejoy@gmail.com Aikido/Martial Arts: Self defense using locks, pins, throws & immobilizations. Troy 203.3237 CR Gun Club: Jr 11-17yrs, 7pm Mark 286.1550 CR Runners: Sportsplex, 6pm (Technical workout) Evening Energizer: Black Cr Cm. Hall 6:15 337.5190 Discovery Toastmasters: Rm 1 Com.Ctr. 12-1pm. Develop public speaking skills. Marlene 287.3352 Air Cadets: CR Airport hanger, 6:30pm, 12-19yrs 923.1001 Zumba w/ Pam: QCC, 6:20am-7:20pm. Alcoholics Anonymous : Quadra Children’s Ctr, 7pm. 285.3656

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to the pool and play some 5 on 5 Kayak Polo. 1st & 3rd games, face painting, doing arts and crafts and making Thursday of the month. Newcomers welcome! - 9:00 a snack to enjoy while winding down to a movie. Fee PM-10:00 PM – bring your kayak includes skate rentals. 6:00 PM-11:00 PM Mar 9 - Katy Perry Themed Pool Party (7-11) Pizza Mar 8 - Friday Night at the Movies Family Pizza and & Swimming Party. Come dance, sing and swim to your Movie Night. Enjoy a relaxing skate on the leisure ice favourite Katy Perry songs. Fun dance offs, karaoke, Katy watching a family movie on the 2nd Friday of the month. Perry trivia and lip sync competitions. 6:00 PM-8:00 PM Fee includes 2 slices of Little Caesars Pizza and a juice box. Movie starts at 6:00 PM. 5:15 PM-8:00 PM Mar 23 - Slopstacle Fun (All Ages) Check out the Mar 23 - Spring Fling Dance Party on Ice slippery, sloppy obstacle course. Time trials – go for your (6-12) Dress up for the Spring Fling theme personal best. Prizes for best wipe out! Come prepared to and dance & skate the night away on the get covered in pudding, jello, eggs and other goo. 2:00 Leisure Ice underneath a disco ball. PM-4:00 PM Children under 7 must be accompanied in Includes snacks/pizza, dance contests, the water by an adult. ice activities, funky tunes, karaoke and Mar 25-28 & April 2-5 - School Break Toonie Swims FUN! Includes skate rentals, glow gear and pizza. 6:00 PM-9:00 PM (All Ages) Mon – Fri (except STAT holidays) from 1:003:00 PM Spring Break Swim Lesson Schedule - Lessons Mar 25-28 (4 classes) Coolest Game on Earth (6-12) Introduction to Hockey Camp. Learn basic hockey skills, start March 25th. Call for more info. on and off ice training. Cross training and over 2.5 hours Mar 25-28 (4 classes) Ship’s Ahoy (7-11) Nautical of ice time everyday. 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Themed Aquatics Camp This program offers aspects Mar 25-28 (4 classes) Fun on Ice Skating Camp (3-5) of safe boating including: basic navigation regulations Beginner skaters in mind with the emphasis on FUN! and responding to emergencies, and general pleasure Includes skate rentals. On and off ice 9:30 AM-12:00 PM craft operation knowledge In the pool the kids will Mar 25-28 (4 classes) MDash & Splash Camp (6-10) learn how to self rescue and rescue others, practice 1/2 hour swimming lesson and a 1/2 hour skating the HELP & HUDDLE positions and capsizing/righting a lessons. Plus,free time swims/skates, sports, crafts and canoe 10:00 AM-3:00 PM outdoor fun. 10:00 AM-3:00 PM

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Cedar Grove Family Place: Cedar Grove, 1-3pm. EVERY FRIDAY DJ Robbie Robb Spinning Top 40: Paramount Music Hall. Hip hop, Dance & MORE! 286.1841 Live Band: Quinsam Hotel, 9:30pm-2am, 286.9811 Rock n’Bowl: Crystal Lanes Bowling, 9pm-12am 286.1177 ‘Rock On’ Climbing Sessions: On the Rocks Climbing Gym, 6-8pm. 287.7625 Rock ‘n’Bowl: CR Bowling Centre 9pm-12am 286.1177 NEW: Spirit FM - Holy Spirit Rock Show. 7pm, features 26 classic rock and other genre songs about Jesus - Told in parts by the Beatles, John Fogerty, Robert Plant, Elvis Presley, Stve Miller, The Doors, Bob Dylan and more. Tune in to www. spirt-fm.ca live streaming or 88.7FM Teen Ctr Family Nite: Comm. Ctr, 7-10:30pm. 286.1161 Live Music Jam Nite: Jonny’s Bar, 8pm-12am, Local talents 850.1233 Family Gym: Sportsplex, 10:30-11:30am, free, 923.7911 Quadra Is. Farmers Market & Bazaar: Quadra Com. Ctr. Arts, crafts, veggies & more! Michele 285.3747 Unplugged: Guitar/Singing Jam @ Quadra Is. Upper Realm, 7:45pm CR Legion Fun: 5:30pm. Free Bingo, Karaoke, meat & paddle draw 7:30pm 286.6831 Open Mic Nite: Serious Coffee 7-10pm 923.1312 Social Dance Lessons: Lorraine 923.5148

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Folkdancing: QCC 7:30-9:30pm. Parent & Child Drop-in: Laichwiltach, 11am-12:30pm EVERY WEDNESDAY Free pool & DJ Tommy G: Paramount 286.1841 ‘Rock On’ Climbing Sessions: On the Rocks Climbing Gym, 6-8pm. 287.7625 VIHA Flu Clinic: St. Pat’s Church Hall, 3-6pm, 850.2110 Jam/Songcircle: Serious Coffee 6:30-9pm 923.1312 CR Toastmasters: Comm. Ctr Rm 1, 7-8:30pm. Overcome shyness, develop confidence, speaking & leadership skills. Chris 923.4162 / chriskoz@shaw.ca Karaoke: Heriot Bay Inn 7:30pm 285.3539 Boxing: Eagles Hall 6-8pm Mike 287.9632 Fitbody Boot Camp: Inside CR Judo Club 450 Merecroft, 5:45/7/9:30am, 204.3845 Wednesday Walkers: Shore Runners, 8-9am. Bring dogs & stollers. Sylia 286.1364 Run Club: Shore Runners, 5:30-6:30pm, 286.1364. CR Gun Club: Indoor , 7pm, 2600 Quinsam Rd Al 923.6388 Tai Chi: Black Creek Com. Hall 7:30-8:30pm, 337.5190 Live Band: Quinsam Hotel, 8:30pm-1am, 286.9811 Parents & Babes: QCC, 11am. All Weather Family Place: Dick Murphy Park, Tyee Spit, 9:30-10:45am. Family Place: Comm. Ctr. 1-3pm. 286.1161. Multi-cultural Family Place: Robron Ctr, 6:30-8pm. 923.4918 EVERY THURSDAY Open Mic w/ Trent Noonan: River City Grill, 7pm. 914.4499. Ladies Nite: Paramount Music Hall, No cover ladies.286.1841 Kayak Polo (16+): Strathcona Gardens, 9-10pm Bring kayak, pre-reg. 287.9234 (1st & 3rd Thu) Live Band: Quinsam Hotel, 8:30pm-1am, 286.9811 Around the World Buffet: Royal Coachman, each week a different theme. 286.0231 Open Mic Nite: Café Aroma, 285.2404 Island Phoenix Acapella Chorus: 210 Beech St. (beside Best Wok). Rehearses 7-9:30pm. Women’s 4-part harmony. Connie/Sandi, 923.0101. Sportfit: Sportsplex 5:45-7pm 923.7911 Co-Ed Touch Rugby: Carihi Fields 6:30pm 14yrs+. Erin 202.7642 Dragon Boat Practice: Corilair floatplane dock, 5:45pm, Linda 778-420-0805 or info@braveheartsdragonboat.ca Weight Watchers Meeting: Maritime Heritage Ctr, 11am, 286.3161 CR Gun Club: Pistol 6:30pm Outdoor Range, Ralph 285.3684 Youth Open Mic: Serious Coffee, 7-9pm (25 & under) 923.1312 Jam Session: Elks Lounge, Hosted by Pat Palmer, 7:30pm 287.4642 Stroke Recovery Mtg: 11am-2pm Sportsplex 830.3144 Healing Room: Open 11am-1pm & 7-9pm Joy 923.2312 Ultimate Frisbee: All-weather field, Sportsplex, 7.30pm. campbellriverultimate.com 8 Ball Pool Tournament: Pier St. Billards, 7pm, 914.1122 Badminton: Sportsplex 7:30pm, 287.9827 Aikido/Martial Arts: Phoenix School 203.3237 Auction, CR: 1358 Marwalk Cres, 6pm. 287.3939 Youth Group: Baptist Church, 7pm, 287.8831 Family Floor Hockey: Miracle Beach School Gym, 6-7pm. BCCA, 337.5190. Parents & Tots: QCC, 10am-12pm. Prayer Mtg: Quadra Is. Bible Church, 7pm. Quadra Singers Community Choir: QCC, 6:45pm. Parents & Child Cultural Drop-in: Laichwiltach, 11am-12:30pm Baby Time: Comm. Ctr. 10-11:30am. 286.1161.

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Dinner & Dancing: Eagles Lounge, Meat draw 5pm Youth Groups: 12-19yrs, 7:30pm, Christian Life 287.3476 Seniors Lunch - 11am CR Common Mall, 914.4401. Gamblers Anonymous: St. Patricks Church, 7pm. Ballroom Dancing: Sportsplex, 7-8:30pm. 923.7043 Song Circle Jam: Comm. Ctr, The Lounge, 7-9pm. Brian, maddog13@shaw.ca Toddler Time: Comm. Ctr, 9:30-11:30am, 286.1161. Family Place: Comm. Ctr. 1-3pm. 286.1161. Song Circle: Evening for music lovers, bring instruments & singing voices. 7pm-9pm. Brian Jones maddog13@shaw.ca EVERY SATURDAY DJ Robbie Rob Top 40: Paramount 286.1841 Live Band: Quinsam Hotel, 9:30pm-2am, 286.9811 Rock ‘n’Bowl: CR Bowling Centre 9pm-12am 286.1177 Live Music: River City Grill, 924.4499 Quadra Is. Farmers Market & Bazaar: Quadra Com. Ctr. Arts, crafts, veggies & more! Michelle 285.3747 Live Music Jam Nite: Jonny’s Bar & Lounge, Willow Point, 8pm-12am, 850.1233 Weight Watchers Meeting: Maritime 9am, 286.3161 Family Drop-in Art Program: CR Art Gallery 1-3pm (Alternate Sat’s) 287.2261 Boot Camp: Black Creek Com. Hall 9-10:30am, 337.5190 EVERY SUNDAY Karaoke: The Quinsam Hotel 9pm-2am 286.9811

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Mount Washington Main: 250.338.1386 Mount Cain: www.mountcain.com Mount Cain 23 MAR SAT Kid’s Fest 30 MAR SAT Tequila Cup 6 APR SAT Mount Cain Closing Day Mount Washington Mar 01, 08, 15, 22, 29 Megastar Live Band Karaoke: Fat Teddy’s, 10pm-1am. So you think you can sing? Aspiring singer or just brave, grab a cocktail & see MegaStar song list then join live rock band on stage with video lyrics. After you can dance the night away to Haus Banned & your favourite hits from classic rock, current dance, rock & pop. Mar 02 Afterdark Invitational: 7:30-10pm. Best home-grown Island talent face-off against some of the best riders from Lower Mainland & Whistler. Skiers & boarders will be boosting underneath Whiskey Jack Chair competing for best trick & cash purse. DJ’s will be mixing beats above beverage garden. Free to watch.

Crib Tournament: Pipers - Gold River 2pm, 283.7533 Primb Rib Buffet: Royal Coachman, 286.0231 Sunday Buffet: Mudslingers, 286.0231 Football Showing: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 Meditation & Celebration: Ctr for Spiritual Living 10am @ Willow Point Hall. Susan, 914.4498. Brunch Menus Ala Carte: 10:30-2pm. Quay West 286.9988 ‘Rock On’ Climbing Sessions: On the Rocks Climbing Gym, 1-3pm. 287.7625 “The Blue Kats & Friends”: Landing Pub 285.3713 Quadra Sunday Painters: 11am-2pm 285.3390 Church Service: CR Vineyard Church 10am 923.1338 Chances: 6-Up Drop-In w/ $50 games 12-2pm Evening 1/2 Price Booklets. Snake Mania: Strathcona Pool 7:30-8:30pm. 287.9234 Run Club: 7:30am Dogwood& Hilchey, murrayga@telus.net Sayward Christian Fellowship Service: 740 Gentry Rd, 11am, 282.3499 AA Meetings: Heritage Hall Sayward, 7:30pm Kids Days: Mt. Cain www.mountcain.com EVERY DAY Youth Bouldering: On the Rocks Climbing Gym, Unlimited bouldering w/ shoes & chalk $5. 287.7625

Mar 02, 09, 16, 23, 30 Haus Banned - Fat Teddy’s House Band: Fat Teddy’s, 10pm-1am. Featuring Femme Fatales singer, Jona Kristinsson. Dance floor energized with cool retro, funk, classin rock, current pop & today’s trending dance hits. No cover. Mar 11-13, 18-20, 25-27 Mountain Kids Ski Camp: 3 Day camp focuses on skill development through fun, games & exercises. Mornings spent working on skills, while afternoons consist of games & fun on the snow. Camp includes 3 days of lessons, lunch & afternoon at Ozone Tub Park. Students receive report cards to monitor progress and so parents are aware of ability levels for future programs. Mar 16 Dakine Slopestyle Competition: Show us your slope style! Skiers & boarders are judged on number of different hits, rails & boxes down the Slopestyle course. Showing off style, technique & flow. Best style wins sweet prizes. Sponsored by Dakine & Bud Light. 9am3:30pm. Mar 16 Black Cat St. Pat’s Green Halloween Party: Fat Teddy’s, 10pm-1am. Halloween in March ft. ‘Haus Banned’. Dress as you dare. It becomes St. Pat’s at midnight, so dress halloween, but think green. Costume contest, spooky specials, pumpkin sumthin’ & green beer. Mar 30 Spring Rail Jam Competition: 11am-3:30pm. Test your jibbing skills. The spring park will be sculpted in front of the Alpine Lodge for great spectator shots. Sponsored by Dragon, Bern, 32 & Nitro. Great prizes to be won. Apr 06 Red Bull Sugga Rail Jam Competition: 11am-3:30pm. Test your jibbing skills. Spring park will be sculpted in front of Alpine lodge for great spectator shots. Sponsored by Red Bull.


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in 2hrs - 4Hrs Rain - Snow or Shine Swimming: Indoor Pools Strathcona Gardens Recreation Centre: Dogwood Rd, this issue for a full program Best Western Hotel - Island Hwy, Campbell River Open to the public, 250-923-4231 ON THE SNOW Snowshoeing - Mt Washington: Nordic centre, under $20. or Forbidden Plateau Tobogganing -In the Nordic area and surrounding, . $2 pp.- $5 family. 100% monitored Snow Tubing: 2 hours $15pp all equip supplied, day and evening.. have a blast ! in the Ozone area Skiing & Snowboarding, Cross Country: Mt Washington Alpine & Nordic centre, Strathcona Parkway 250-338-1386 Ski Rentals & Lessons available, Lifts operate from 8am-3.30pm see inside this issue for this months program events. BeginnerGreen to Double Black Diamond Advanced. www. mountwashington.ca Campbell River Museum-, Currently Exhibiting “The Art and Life of Doug Cranmer. Gift Store, native collectibles. Open Oct 1-May 17 Tues-Sun 12pm-5pm. 470 Isl. Hwy. 250-287-3103. Campbell River Art Gallery: Winter hours Tues-Sat 12noon to 5pm. 1235 Shoppers Row, 250-287-2261Current Exhibits for Feb. Two Eyes Five Legs, Right Hand Left Hand artist Jo Lechay - Cool Connections, artist Linda Walton. Or Just Paint: Choose some wild colours grab some brushes and paint at home, inside or out Hiking: There are lots of great places to Hike, regardless of the weather, here are my favourites. Beaver Forest Lands off Dogwood, Canon view Trail, Hwy 28, Ripple Rock Trail Hwy 19. drop into the Visitor centre for their comprehensive hiking guides. Pond Skating - Various places in the Strathcona Parkway, and heading North towards Gold River - take extra caution, Echo Lake is often a good spot after a few cold days, always check conditions before skating. 2 Ice Arenas + Leisure Ice - Strathcona Gardens Rec. Ctr. Dogwood St, see program this issue. Weiner Roast: A slice of Canadian Culture, and a favourite in winter and summer, To stay a little protected from the weather Lake McIvor,

Echo Lake, Miller Creek, and Loveland Bay are excellent locations. or Strathcona Parklands at the base of Mt Washington. Visit a Pet Store: Fish, birds, hamsters, rabbits, Campbell River Pet, Ironwood Rd, C/River. Dragons Lair: Reptiles and other interesting pets. 900-12th Ave, Campbell River 250-286-8932 Bowling: CR Bowling Centre - Open 7 Days 16th Ave, Campbell River, 250 286-1177 Leagues and Drop ins, see this issue for coupons. Showcase Theatre: Latest Movies, Tuesday night is discount night. 250-287-3233 Dogwood St, Merecroft Village. www.cinemaclock.com/theatres/ bri/campbellriver/showcase_5.html Markets - Campbell River Markets operate from May to October at Discovery Pier Indoor Farmers & Craft Markets - 9am-12pm at the Native Sons Hall, 360 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay Willow Pt Sportsplex: All racquet Sports, Organised Youth & Adult Programs, Fitness facility - Drop-in welcome. Cnr of Alder & Hilchey Rd, CR - 250 9237911 - www.campbellriver.ca Community Centre - 401 11th Ave, Campbell River, 250-286-1161 Programs available 6 days a week for adults of all ages, youth and toddlers. Drop in anytime. Disc Golf: FREE at the Sportsplex, you can rent disc’s or buy them. Indoor Rockclimbing: On the Rocks Gym- Open TuesSun 10am-9pm 1980 Nrth Isl Hwy, Campbell River 250-287-7625 Mountain Biking: Snowden Forest off Hwy 28, Beaver Forest Lands, Dogowood St Sth. Greenways Loop. off Jubilee Parkway. Wildlife Photograpy - Baikie Isl Estuary, Campbell River Estuary at The Spit - Catch Eagles during February along the Seawalk. Watch the planes: Campbell River Airport & Dick Murphy Park on the Spit. Watch the planes with your kids Shelter Point Distillery Tours: Min Group booking of 6 - $15 pp 1-778-420-2200-4650 Regent Rd, Oyster River (near Saratoga Beach)


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$13.95 Pasta Nite after 5pm: Includes starter salad & garlic bread. Riptide, 250.830.0044 Seniors Day 25% Off: Pipers on the Ridge, 283.7533 2 for 1 Steak (Sirloin or New York): Royal Coachman, 286.0231 4-5-6 Early Bird Wing Special: 4pm is $4, 5pm is $5, 6pm is $6. Royal Coachman, 286.0231 $10 Fish & Chips after 4pm: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $3.50 Bottles Domestic Beer: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320

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EVERY SUNDAY $22 Primb Rib Buffet Dinner: Royal Coachman, 286.0231 4-5-6 Early Bird Wing Special: 4pm is $4, 5pm is $5, 6pm is $6. Royal Coachman, 286.0231 Buy 1 Appy, Get 2nd 50% Off with Purchase of Beverage: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $6 Martinis, $4 Caesars: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 Free Kids Meal w/ Purchase of Beverage & Item from “Bread or Bun” or “Entrees” Section: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320

$8.99 Shellfish by the Pound w/ Garlic Toast: (after 5pm)Riptide, 250.830.0044 Brunch Feature’s Crab Cake Benny: 10:30am-2pm, Quay West, 286.9988.

$25.95 Slow Roasted Prime Rib w/ all trimmings, yorkshire too: Heriot Bay Inn 285.3539 $6.95 Double Caesars: Heriot Bay Inn 285.3539 EVERY MONDAY $9 Cheeseburgers: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $4 Pints: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 2 for 1 Appy’s after 5pm: Wings, rocket prawns, crab cakes, pork bites, spicy tuna, calamari & fire cracker oysters. Riptide, 250.830.0044 $14.95 Famous QW Burger & Craft Beer: 3-6pm, Quay West, 286.9988.

4-5-6 Early Bird Wing Special: 4pm is $4, 5pm is $5, 6pm is $6. Royal Coachman, 286.0231 $4.50 for 10 Wings: After 8pm. Willow’s Pub, 923.8311

EVERY TUESDAY $3 Molson Canadian Bottles w/ Free Pool: Paramount Music Hall 286.1841 Free Potato Chips: Paramount Music Hall, 287.6221 $12.95 6oz Sirloin Steak & Prawns after 5pm: Riptide, 830.0044 2 for 1 Steak Dinners after 4pm: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $5 for 7oz Glass House Wine: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $14.95 Famous QW Burger & Craft Beer: 3-6pm, Quay West, 286.9988.

4-5-6 Early Bird Wing Special: 4pm is $4, 5pm is $5, 6pm is $6. Royal Coachman, 286.0231 $4.50 for 10 Wings: After 8pm. Willow’s Pub, 923.8311

EVERY WEDNESDAY $3 Molson Canadian Bottles w/ Free Pool: Paramount Music Hall 286.1841 Free Potato Chips: Paramount Music Hall, 287.8686

$14.95 Famous QW Burger & Craft Beer: 3-6pm, Quay West, 286.9988.

$13.88 Lasagna, Salsa & Garlic Toast: Willies Café, Willow Point, 250.923.4886 $13.88 Cordon Bleu & Veggies: Willies Café, Willow Point, 250.923.4886 $4.50 for 10 Wings: After 8pm. Willow’s Pub, 923.8311

EVERY THURSDAY $2.50 House Shots: Paramount Music Hall 286.1841 35c Wing Nite: Pipers on the Ridge, 283.7533 50c Wings after 4pm: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $4 Deep Fried Pickles: (After 4pm) Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $4.50 Cocktails: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $14.95 Famous QW Burger & Craft Beer: 3-6pm, Quay West, 286.9988.

4-5-6 Early Bird Wing Special: 4pm is $4, 5pm is $5, 6pm is $6. Royal Coachman, 286.0231 $4.50 for 10 Wings: After 8pm. Willow’s Pub, 923.8311

EVERY FRIDAY $7.50 Buckets of Malibu. Your choice of mix: Paramount Music Hall 286.1841 $4 Highballs: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $10.95 Buy 1 Fish & Chips 2pc, Get 2nd Half Price: Willies Café, Willow Point, 923.4886 $19.95 Light / $23.95 Full - Slow Roasted Strip Loin: Quay West 286.9988

Seniors Lunch - 11am CR Common Mall, 914.4401 Seafood Specials: Willow’s Pub, 923.8311

EVERY SATURDAY Ask for Managers Special, $4: Paramount Music Hall 286.1841 Premium Beer for Price of Domestic: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320

Buy 1 Appy, Get 2nd 50% Off with Purchase of Beverage: Misty Fin’s, 287.4320 $13.88 Danylchuk Perogies: Willies Café, Willow Point, 923.4886 Steak House Night: Ft. AAA Grade Canadian Grill Fired Steaks, Quay West, 286.9988.

$25.95 Slow Roasted Prime Rib w/ all trimmings, yorkshire too: Heriot Bay Inn 285.3539 EVERY DAY $5 Okanagan Springs Winter Ale: Royal Coachman, 286.0231 $4 Breakfast until 11am: Both Willie’s Café locations, 250.923.4886. Draw @ 12:30pm for a Free Lunch Worth up to $10: Every Mon-Fri @ Both Willie’s Café locations, 250.923.4886. *** CONDITIONS APPLY ***


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MIKI’S SESAME sushi The very best sushi in town! OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30am - 9pm

250-914-4997 203-871 Island Hwy, Campbell River

$10 Lunch al Sp eci

Sandwich, Fries or Soup Tea, Coffee or Pop

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COURSE Breakfast DINNER Single Breakfast, 8am-11am

*Select choices. Available 2pm to close everyday. For a limited time only. 2 LOCATIONS

Willow Pt. 2-2380 S. Island Hwy 8-2 Every Day Reopen 5pm-8pm Thu-Fri-Sat 250-923-4886 COURTENAY CAMPBELL RIVER Corner Cedar 795 Ryan Roadof 11th &811 13th Ave 9-3pm 7 days 250-914-1937 250.334.9638 250.286.3448 www.gotorickys.com

FAMILY DINING 4 Dairy Queen & Orange Julius

1262-16th Ave

250-287-2227

4 Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken

135 Brant Rd, Campbell R 250-287-4424 4 Willie’s Cafe (2 locations)

1121 Cedar Street 2380 S. Island Hwy

250-914-1937 250-923-4886

4 Banners

1319 Island Hwy

250-286-6711

q Comfort Zone 250-923-3973 q McDonalds 3 locations all on 16th Avenue q A&W 2 locations - Merecroft & Discovery Mall q 10th Ave Cafe 250-286-1916 q Ideal Cafe 250-287-9055 q Tim Hortons 250-286-3400 q Wendy’s Restaurant 250-286-4777 q Quinsam Hotel Cafe 250-287-7127 q Captain Billy’s Fish & Chips 250-287-8100 q Popsey’s 250-286-4828 q Dukes Grill & Pizza 250-286-6650

PUB STYLE 4 Royal Coachman

www.royalcoachmaninn.ca

84 Dogwood St

250-286-0231

4 Quinsam Hotel Bar

1500 N. Island Hwy

250-287-7127

4 Salmon Point Pub

2158 Salmon Point Rd.

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250-923-7272

4 Willows Neighbourhood Pub

521 Rockland Rd.

JL13

250-923-8311

4 MVP Pub & Restaurant Merecroft Village Dogwood St 250-286-4944

4 Rip Tide Marine Pub Discovery Mall, Island Hwy

250-830-0044

FINE DINING q Painters Lodge q White Tower Steak & Pizza q Angler’s at Dolphin’s Resort q Heriot Bay Inn q Harbour Grill

250-286-1102 250-287-2282 250-287-3066 250-285-3322 250-287-4143


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INTERNATIONAL 4 Bejing House -

1850 N Island Hwy 250-830-3268 4 Baba Gannouj - Merecroft Village Dogwood & Merecroft 250-286-3899

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4 Miki’s Sesame Sushi - (waterfront)

203-871 Island Hwy

250-914-4997

q Canton Chinese q Best Wok Chinese q Acropolis Kusina - Greek q Wasabiya Japanese q Rose Bowl Chinese

250-286-0242 250-287-2831 250-914-0909 250-287-7711 250-287-9534

PIZZA q Boston Pizza q Forbidden Zone q Dominos q Ryan’s Pizza & Grill

250-286-6120 778-420-1990 250-923-9228 250-286-1177

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*Select choices. Available 2pm to close everyday. For a limited time only.

CASUALFINE DINING 4 Quay West Ocean Front

912 Island Hwy

250-286-9988

4 Misty Fins Eatery & Lounge

969 Alder St (next to Scotia) 250-287-4320 4 MVP Pub & Restaurant

COURTENAY CAMPBELL RIVER 795 Ryan Road 811 13th Ave 250.334.9638 250.286.3448 www.gotorickys.com

Merecroft Village Dogwood St 250-286-4944

4 Ricky’s Grill

811 13 Ave q Moxies q White Spot q River City Grill

250-286-3448 250-830-1500 250-287-9350 250-914-4499

Authentic Middle Eastern Cuisine Experience

CAFÉ & SPECIALTY 4 Cafe Aroma - (Quadra Island)

685 Heriot Bay Rd q Stonehouse Teas q Mudslingers q Serious Coffee q Shot in the Dark q Cipollines q Sundance Java Bar q Quench Bistro & Juice Bar q Gourmet Java q Nesbitts Island Coffee q Java Shack q Booster Juice

250-285-2404 250-286-1231 250-286-1112 250-923-1312 250-287-7414 250-923-4000 250-923-8827 250-286-4974 250-286-4625 250-287-4887 250-287-9881 250-914-3663

WE DELIVER

All dishes prepared fresh daily using only local ingredients

286-3899 Mon - Sat 11am - 7:30pm

Merecroft Village (Corner of Dogwood & Merecroft)


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2 Double Cheese Burgers

$500

Buy One Get One Peanut Buster Parfait

250-287-2227 1362-16th Ave

Locally owned & operated by

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