Page 1

Campbell River & Area

TAKE ONE & Share

JAN 2014 / 7 YEARS 8:1


Fresh Start for Stonehouse Teas NEW WEBSITE LAUNCH try it - New Businesses in Campbell River

Canucks & Storm Schedule Every Month



January 2014

WhatsOnDigest Calendar S







































Happy New Website for you


New Biz New Digs In CR Fresh Start for Stonehouse Teas

Launching this month Try it out - Let us know TAKE ONE

ea River & Ar Campbell

RS 8:1 4 / 7 YEA JAN 201 Dige WhatsOn

& Share



Whats On Calendar of Events Whats On Local Dining Whats On Health Cinema, Videos & Games

YOUR DOSE OF... 2 2 15

rt for Fresh Sta use Teas Stoneho NCH SITE LAU NEW WEB try it - Wha nesses New Busi ll River in Campbe

& Storm Canucks Every Month Schedule



Fresh Start for Stonehouse Teas Tanya Hoffman ready for 2014

Joke Trivia Whats The DiF

CONTESTS... Win Mt. Washington

Lift Tickets

6 Tickets to be won to see Randy Elvis’ Friskie Enter at

V of the month


An English teacher wrote this phrase on the board and asked her students to properly punctuate it: “Woman without her man is nothing.”

Advertising submission

Promote your business Deadline for February is January 18 email:



WhatsOnDigest Ltd.

Box 81, Campbell River B.C. V9W 4Z9 250-923-1600 Published by Whats On Digest Ltd. Franchises available. Whats On Digest provides event information as a complimentary service. Events listed or mentioned have been compiled from sources considered to be reliable. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure event information is accurate, it is recommended that you contact the business or organization for confirmation. No responsibility is taken for omissions or errors in event listings or articles.

Men Wrote: Woman, without her man, is nothing. Women Wrote: Woman! Without her, man is nothing.

Whats On Trivia WhatsOnDigest JAN 2014

1. Which bug can indicate temperature? Mosquito, Cricket, Spider 2. What does ‘‘e’ stand for in email? 3. What does ‘liquid assets’ mean? Tom 4. What word rhymes withMorgan silver? Thrifty Foods 5. Which US state capital ends in “x”?


Whats On Digest Calendar Events More events online at ALL MONTH: 90% of Hockey Games Shown: Riptide Pub now has ”NHL Hockey Centre Package” showing 90% of all hockey games including the east coast teams on their 7 big screen TV’s. 250.830.0044. Indoor Horsemanship & Riding Lessons: Balance Equestrian Centre. Lessons available ALL winter! Plus Sunday’s is horse camp. See ‘Every Week.’ 250.203.6042. Fishing: Winter chinook is good this time of year. Quadra Island Winter Market & Bazaar: Every 1st & 3rd Saturday of month. Quadra Island Community Ctr. parking lot, 10am-2pm. Arts & Crafts, gardening, baked goods, candles & more. Indoor market, rain or shine. Stella, 250.285.3184. 50% Off Learn to Ski & Board Class: Mount Washington, Jan 6-10th, 8am-4pm. With Discover Ski or Snowboarding packages. 2hr Lesson, Easy Acres lift pass & equipment rentals. Pre-book, 1.888.231.1499. 1 JAN WED - HAPPY NEW YEAR! C Canucks vs Lightning: TSN, 7pm. 34th Annual Saratoga Polar Bear Swim: Saratoga Beach, 11am. Start the new year with a shock, surprise & joy of dunking into the cold east coast ocean. Pre-


January only

register 11am-12pm. Bag-pipe playing @ 11:30am. Swim @ 12pm. Join in the camaraderie as you ‘defrost’ by 2 big bonfires. Prizes for best costume and oldest/ youngest male & female polar bear swimmers. Plus take home a ribbon to prove your defeat against the freezing ocean. Fire Department on site for any cold water rescue emergencies. Pop on over to Fishermans Lodge for a beer and a bite after. CR Garden Club: CR Baptist Ch. North Side 923.0578 New Years Resolution Run 5K: Weightloss or fitness resolution for 2014? Kick start your year with a 5k run. $20 includes; guided (untimed) 5k jog, free Asics swag, bowl of soup/chili & refreshments + the gift of encouragement as you start your path to a better healthier life. Register, 2 JAN THU School Break Toonie Swim: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 1-3pm. 250.287.9234. Grandmothers to Grandmothers Meeting: United Church Hall, Birch Street, 7:15pm. 250.287.8198. Ultimate Frisbee: All-weather field, Sportsplex, 7:30pm. Bring 2 t-shirts white & dark. CR Adventure Club Meeting: Do you like outdoor




Regular OIL


Synthetic Oil Change $15 OFF - no coupon required

January only

only at 3 No Appointment Needed 3 Senior Discounts 3 Warranty Approved on all makes 3 Valet Service - Drop off and shop Open 7 Days

#600-1400 Dogwood St. Mariner Square Like us on to get daily specials Campbell River 778-346-4111


Simple Steps to Success 1.

Submit an application form with a covering letter.


Be approved by Thrifty Foods and receive a series of Fundraising Smile Cards. Distribute cards to members of your group.


Group members “load” the cards with a cash amount at the till and use the cards to buy their groceries as usual.

Each time the Smile Cards are “loaded” Thrifty Foods automatically donates 5% to your group’s Smile Card Account!

Smile Card Fundrais i ng P rog ram

Customer Care: 1 800 667 8280 or 250 544 1234 •

5 recreation? Join the club! 7pm. 250.286.9644. Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care-giver’s Support Group: CR Hospital, Mitlenatch room, 7-8:30pm. Lost Families Found: Maritime Heritage Ctr, 7pm. Learn how to research your family tree today. 923.6575 3 JAN FRI S CR Storm vs Nanaimo Buccaneers: 7:30pm. School Break Toonie Swim: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 1-3pm. 250.287.9234. Arena Sleepover Parties: Strathcona Gardens, 8:30pm-8:30am. Over-night skating, lazer tag, sports, relay races & games. Wind down to movie with popcorn & wake-up to light breaky. $35. 250.287.9234. 4 JAN SAT C Canucks at Kings: CBC, 7pm. 4th Annual Christmas Tree Chipping: Island Return It Recycling Ctr (end of 16th ave West. Beside Esso), 10am-3pm, weather permitting. By donation. All proceeds to Soup Kitchen. Chipped by Curt’s Landscaping and Tree Services. Chips can be reused into landscaping mulch. 250.748.2066. Move & Pizza @ the Pool: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 6-8pm. Family movie posted 2weeks before date. Entry fee includes 2 pizza slices, drink & ice-

cream cone. $6/person, $15/family. 250.287.9234. DJ @ Ted’s: DJ Eliazar: Ted’s Bar & Grill on Mount Washington, 9:30pm-1am. Montreal phenomenon, founder of Speakeasy Electro Swing nights. Renowned for mash up beats heard in Seattle, NYC, Portland, Austin, Houston, Mexico City, Barcelona & England, keep you moving all night. 250.338.1386. 2013 Christmas Bird Count: From sunrise to sun down. Experts & novice birders welcome. Sign up, 850.0884.

5 JAN SUN C Canucks at Ducks: SNET-P, 5pm. Burning Bowl Celebration: Centre for Spiritual Living, Willow Point Hall. Release the ‘old’ and embrace the ‘ideal life’ for 2014. Meditation, 10am. Sunday Celebration, 10:30am. 287.1350 / 6 JAN MON - Back to School 50% Off Learn to Ski & Board Class: See ‘All Month’ 7 JAN TUE C Canucks vs Penguins: TSN, 7pm. CR Newcomers Meeting: Ironwood Ctr, 7pm. Social group for women new to the area. Sandy, 923.7471. 8 JAN WED Ralph Waldo Emerson: Centre for Spiritual Living, 20964 Shoppers Row, 6pm. 8 Week class exploring the

January’s Top Deals Reliable


2003 Chevy Cavalier 5spd, Performance Plus exhaust, Alloy Rims, Adj Susp. $4495

Roadtrip Lover

2004 Toyota XLE Sienna AWD, Lthr, Sunroof, Htd Seats, P.Str /Tilt/Cruise/ Air/Keyless Ent. $5995

Family Luxury

2006 Chevy Uplander Keylesss, 7 psg, P.Str/Tilt/ Cruise/Air. Quad Seats $5995

2005 Chrysler Pacifica, 3.5 ltr, Auto/Leather/Sunroof, Keyless Ent. 6 Psg, AWD $6995

Full safety check on all vehicles

Dean King

King of Cars No bull, just reliable cars

Load & Go

1999 Dodge Durango SLT 7 psg, 4x4, Leather, Loaded Keyless Ent. $4995

Runs on Fumes Wave Keyless 2005 Pontiac Wave, Ent, P.Str/Spoiler, Tinted Win $4995



2234 South Island Hwy, Campbell River See more cars on our website


New Arrivals Infinity Scarves Jewellery Gloves Hand Crafted Canadian Made Follow us on facebook for Updates for our next event & newest arrivals

Beauty in Store at


250-287-9577 581A - 11th Avenue, Campbell River Open Tue. - Sat. impact of Emerson’s writings past & present, social and personal. $245 (financial support offered). 250.287.1350 / CR Garden Club Open House: CR Baptist Church, 7-8:30pm. Gather, share & learn expert gardening. Visits to gardens & nurseries + special projects & events. New members welcome. 250.923.0578. Student FREE Pizza Lunch: NIC, Student Lounge, 12pm. Hosted by Aboriginal Education. Meet friends, relax, eat! 250.923.9741. CR Celiac Support Group: Sunshine Wellness Ctr, CR Hospital 7pm 923.3638 / 923.4319. 9 JAN THU Snowed in Comedy Tour: Tidemark Theatre, 8pm. Tour returns after receiving rave reviews. Featuring Arj Barker, Dan Quinn, Craig Campbell & Pete Johansson. / 287.PINK. 10 JAN FRI S CR Storm vs Westshore Wolves: 7:30pm. Movie & Pizza on Ice: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 5:15-8pm. Family movie posted 2weeks before date. Entry fee includes 2 pizza slices & juice box. $4/ person, $10/family. 250.287.9234.

Giant Slalom: Mt. Washington, 9:30am-3:30pm. Coast Zone TECK Giant Slalom race for U16/U18’s. Come watch some of the fastest male & female ski racers in the west compete. Till Jan 12th. 1.888.231.1499. Gem & Mineral Club Meeting: Community. Ctr. Craft room, 7:30pm. 11 JAN SAT Giant Slalom: See 10th. Open House & Health Expo: Black Creek Community Ctr, 9am-1pm. FREE classes all day! Learn about good posture & nutrition. Chat to Ironman winner. Sample from Salad Lady & try other healthy snacks. Weigh in for Black Creeks’ Biggest Losers group. Enter to WIN tickets to the new Ozone @ Mt. Washington or a gift basket and so much more! 250.337.5190. Live @ Ted’s: Ted’s Apres @ Ted’s Bar & Grill on Mt. Washington, 3:30-4:30pm. Be entertained by Jilli Martini joined by guitarist & vocalist Doug Biggs, while enjoying the mountain-side ambience. Expect to hear mixed bag of old country, rock ballads, blues & pop from many eras. Then @ 9:30pm-1am, Vancouver’s premier dance band, ‘Baby Jane,’ will be playing everything from Blondie to Serena Ryder to the latest top 40. No cover. 250.338.1386. Freeman & Hill Folk Concert: Salmon Point Restaurant, 2-4pm. Free mellowing music experience. Limited seating, reserve, 250.923.7272. 12 JAN SUN Giant Slalom: See 10th. Live @ Ted’s: Baby Jane: Ted’s Bar & Grill, 9:30pm1am. Vancouver’s premier dance band, putting their stamp on everything from Blondie to Serena Ryder to latest in Top 40. No cover. 250.338.1386. 13 JAN MON C Canucks at Kings: SNET-P, 7:30pm. 50% Off Lift & Trail Passes: Mt. Washington, Alpine lift passes & Nordic trail passes 50% off this week only. Bring voucher or show it from your smart phone and present to any Mt. Washington ticket window. 1 voucher/person/day. CR Drum Circle Jam: All hand drummers & percussionist / 250.923.6858. 14 JAN TUE 50% Off Lift & Trail Passes: See 13th. 15 JAN WED C Canucks at Ducks: SNET-P, 7:30pm. 50% Off Lift & Trail Passes: See 13th. Philosophers’ Café Meeting: Sybil Andrews, 6:307pm. Subject: ‘Tough on Crime or Smart on Crime?’ Speaker: Sandra Harrison, former ADM corrections Alberta. / 250.778.0333. 16 JAN THU C Canucks at Coyotes: SNET-P, 6pm. Kayak Only Time: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 9-10pm. Ages 16+. Bring kayak to pool & practice rolls with certified instructor on site. 287.9234. 50% Off Lift & Trail Passes: See 13th. CR Twinning Society Meeting: City Hall, committee room, 7:30pm. Creating friendship & promotion with sister city, Ishikari, Japan. CR Retired Teachers Association Luncheon: Best


Fresh Start Campbell River’s favorite tea house, Stonehouse Teas opened its doors again in time for Christmas after 6 months of closure due to the fire that started at White Hat Cleaners last June. Tanya is glad to be back, but the truth is Campbell Riverites have spent the last 6 month’s biting their fingernails waiting to breach the doors, pull up a chair and wrap their hands around one of Tanya’s famous teas, or speciality coffees. Oh yes, I’ll confess that I was one of those people that changed my route to work, so I could travel up 11th Ave, to see just how much longer my wait would be, and finally that day arrived. Everything was there, perfect coffee, a tea selection that spans across two walls, beautiful sprays of gift baskets, quirky and gorgeous tea pots and accessories. Everything is new, new comfy chairs and tables, new packaging, and my favourite, new beautiful lighting, that some how made my coffee taste even better than I remembered, but then again, I was very glad Stonehouse Teas was finally re-opened.

Come down and say Hi to Tanya and the girls, she missed you too.

Stonehouse Teas 605-11th Ave, Campbell River 250-286-1231

Wok, 11:30am. 250.287.9418. 17 JAN FRI S CR Storm vs Nanaimo Buccaneers: 7:30pm. Cosmic Glow & Swim: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 8-9:30pm. Ages 11-17. Games, challenges & fun. Includes glow item, snacks & drink. 250.287.9234 Willow Point Film Fest - Finding Joe: Centre for Spiritual Living, 2165 S. Island. “We must be willing to get rid of the life we’ve planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” -Joseph Campbell. Doors open for tea and popcorn @ 6:30pm. Movie @ 7pm. 250.287.1350 / 50% Off Lift & Trail Passes: See 13th. 18 JAN SAT C Canucks vs Flames: CBC, 7pm. Strathcona Symphony Orchestra: The Russians Are Coming: Quadra Island Farmers Market: Quadra Community Ctr, 10am-2pm. Arts, crafts, soaps, baking, yummy lunches & more! All welcome! 250.285.3747. Live @ Ted’s: Ted’s Bar & Grill on Mt. Washington, 3:30-4:30pm is Lance Lapointe, one of the most requested performers, with incredible west coast music & song writing. Then from 9:30-1am be entertained by

Jilli Martini joined by guitarist & vocalist Doug Biggs, while enjoying the mountain-side ambience. Expect to hear mixed bag of old country, rock ballads, blues & pop from 60’s to now. No cover. 250.338.1386. Discover Old Time Gospel Singing: Discovery Community Church, 10th Ave, 7pm. Sing with us & Gospel Specials. Bob bull, 250.287.8079. 19 JAN SUN Balance Equestrian Centre Open House: On Walworth Rd inbetween Shetland Rd. and Willis Rd, 1-2:30pm. There’ll be $5 pony rides, a bake sale and a petting farm. All welcome. 250.202.3105. eBook Workshop: Library, 11am-12pm. Intro to using library resources for downloading library eBooks. Suitable for adults & seniors. Register, 250.287.3655. 20 JAN MON Meaningful Media Night: Immigrant Welcome Ctr. (Robron Ctr), 3:30-8pm. Dinner & movie to raise awareness, start discussions & share stories. Free! 830.0171. 21 JAN TUE C Canucks at Oilers: SNET-P, 6:30pm. 22 JAN WED 23 JAN THU


Campbell River’s New Business & The Industry Care Team Sam Hubbard has been in the beauty industry for 14 years. After growing up in salons alongside her grandmother, Grandma became the inspiration for years to come, it was a natural fit to start with what had become so familiar. Years later, re-training at Marca College in Toronto lead Sam to an amazing experience of fashion and beauty. Now settling into her own style with combinations that celebrates women and shows off all her that is hers. With a love of Campbell River, and to use Sam’s words, “the air, the mountains and the opportunity are just the beginning of so many great things to come”.

The Team

Yui han, trained at Aveda hair Institute in Vancouver and specializes in scissor and razor cuts, “dealing with trendy cuts are a favourite” Yuri says, “I want to bring my experience from Vancouver cutting, here to Campbell River.” For your nails, Yuri also specializes in soft gel which is applied, designed and cured, with an endless amount of creativity and designs. Tracey Wall brings 16 years experience to Industry. Tracey loves the people “sharing storeys” Pedicures, Manicures, Waxing and Facials but most of all achieving her customer’s goals in body care.

Mon to Fri 9.30am - 6.00pm Sat & Sun 9.30am - 4.00pm

250-830-3330 975 Shoppers Row in Tyee Plaza under Coast Discovery Inn Hotel


Every Week

Burp It Up Boutique Unique Baby & Toddler Clothing Come in and say Hi to Amber

Tues - Sat 10am-5pm 2116 F South Island Hwy Sunrise Square Willow Pt 778-418-1814


New Locations

NOW OPEN A part of Campbell River’s History is BACK !


Cheap Selected ts Tobacco Produc

Bread $1.49

any loaf

491-7th Ave 778-346-4666

FREE COFFEE with this ad One per person / Limited time

Cheap Selected Tobacco Produc ts

HOT FOOD Poutine Fries Onion Rings

All Bread - any loaf $1.49 220 Dogwood St. (Dogwood Plaza)778-346-3393


Imagine Thai Cuisine - Open 6 days 4pm-9pm, 220 Dogwood Street, (next to subway) Spice Hut - Authentic Indian Cuisine - Open 6 days. Mariner Sqr. (next to Save On Foods) The Queen of Hearts, Tattoo & Body Piercing - Open Tues-Sat or by Appt. #4 - 2204 Isl. Hwy Willow Pt. (across from night time news) Say Hi to Chantelle Snowpeas - Lunchtime favorites with a twist of Asian delights - Open 6 days (previous Quench Bistro location) 911 Isl Hwy Earthly Goodies - A store of natural goodness, Dogwood Street, (Captn. Billy’s fish n chips old location) across from the cinema.


Club Fitness - Now Expanded with more space, and new spin, and fitness classes plus child minding. Sunrise Plaza, Isl Hwy Willow Pt. Willow Point Used Books - Holly has moved to bigger premises around to the other side of the new building.. Lots of new books in store. Sunrise Plaza, Willow Pt. WCM Fitness - has now moved to larger premises on Ironwood Road, above Needful Things. Lots of new equipment. Century 21 - has moved from Willow Pt to downtown Shopper Row, opposite Spirit Square. The Light Shop - has moved from 13th Ave downtown to MUCH larger premises on Dogwood Street, Opposite the Cinema Secrets of Asia - Wendy has moved to larger and more central premises on Shoppers Row, opposite Robert Ostler Park. Open Tues - Sat.


n e e r c S n O s t a Wh cinema

Friday Jan 3, 2014 The Amityville Horror: Lost Tapes Paranormal Activity: Marked Ones Friday Jan 10, 2014 The Invisible Woman The Legend of Hercules Friday Jan 17, 2014 Devil’s Due Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit The Nut Job Ride Along Seventh Son Friday Jan 24, 2014 Gimme Shelter Ten (2014) Friday Jan 31, 2014 I, Frankenstein Labor Day That Awkward Moment

video Tuesday, Jan 7, 2014 Closed Circuit , I’m So Excited! Inequalit y for All The Mark of the Angels Runner Runner Thanks for Sharing We Are What We Are Tuesday January 14, 2014 20 Feet from Stardom Enough Said Fruitvale Station, The Butler Our Nixon, Riddick You’re Next Tuesday January 21, 2014 Blue Jasmine Machete Kills, Rush Tuesday January 28, 2014 The Fifth Estates Metallica Through the Never

games Tuesday, Jan 14, 2013 Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD The Banner Saga Wednesday, Jan 15, 2013 Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD Tuesday, January 28, 2013 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition TBA Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD Broken Age Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse - Episode 2 Halo: Spartan Assault

Titles shown may not be available at your local venue.

C Canucks vs Predators: SNET-P, 7pm. 20th Anniversary Exhibition: CR Art Gallery, 287.2261 Island Focus: CR Camera Club, Sybil Andrews Cottage, 7pm. Grant Jones 250.923.7492. Animals Among Us: CR Museum, 12-5pm. Pet & animal lovers + anyone who appreciates historical photos & stories will like this. In the past people had different relationships to animals as they do now but the photos still capture the affection & respect. 250.287.3103. 24 JAN FRI S CR Storm vs Comox Valley Glacier Kings: Strathcona Gardens Rec Complex, 7:30pm. Little Rascal play @ intermission. 250.287.9234. Family Literacy Day: Library, 2:30-3:30pm. Combine pictures and words to tell stories about our community. Families are encouraged to bring your creativity to share with the group. 250.287.3655. 25 JAN SAT Girls Night Out - Pizza & PJ Dance Party: Strathcona Gardens Rec Complex, 6-9pm. Ages 6-12. Prizes for best dressed. Listen to fav tunes, dance, skate, snack, sing karaoke & play games. $10. 250.287.9234. The “Winter Shuffle”: Sportsplex Gym, 7-9:30pm. Gr6-9. Meet up with friends, dance to best new music

and WIN great prizes. $10 Tickets selling fast @ Sportsplex or Community Ctr. 250.287.9234. Slopstacle Fun: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 2-4pm. Slippery sloppy obstacle course, time trials, prizes for best wipe out. Be covered in pudding, jello, eggs & goo! 250.287.9234 Randy ELVIS Friskie and his Las Vegas Show Band: Tidemark Theatre, 7:30pm. The BEST tribute of Elvis receiving extraordinary reviews. Special guests by daughter, Cassandra Friskie, equally as talented impersonator! Tributing Marilyn Monroe, Cher, Liza Minelli, Patsy Cline, Brenda Lee, Reba & Shania! Very entertaining show! 250.287.PINK. Live @ Ted’s: Ted’s Bar & Grill on Mt. Washington, 3:30-4:30pm, Amanda Usher keeps you entertained with acoustic versions of country & top 40 songs + original or 2. Amanda is vocalist and rhythm guitarist with band, ‘Boondock,’ playing later tonight for ‘Mountain Snowdeo’ from 9:30-1am. Lads, wear your biggest hat & ladies wear your nicest daisy dukes for Snowdeo! Contest during festivities with great prizes so dress up! No cover. 250.338.1386.

11 A Nite with Robbie Burns: Royal Canadian Legion Hall, 301 11th Ave. Cocktails, 5:30pm. Dinner, 6:30pm. Tix $25 @ Legion Bar. Assigned seating. 26 JAN SUN C Canucks vs Coyotes: SNET-P, 5pm. Free Swim!: Strathcona Gardens Rec. Complex, 12:30-4pm. Free swim sponsored by CR Literacy Now. FREE! 250.287.9234 Ski for MS: Mt. Washington, 8am-3pm. Help find a cure & aid people affected by Multiple Sclerosis while enjoying great event & day of skiing. 2014 Walk for Memories: Fight for alzheimer’s cure. @ CR Common. Register, Paper pledges & registration forms @ Investors Group. 27 JAN MON C Canucks vs Oilers: SNET-P, 7pm. 28 JAN TUE Beginner Taoist Tai Chi Class: Sportsplex, 10am12pm. Register, 250.286.9768. Woman Empowering Women: Royal Coachman carriage room, 5:30-9pm. Networking, dinner & keynote speaker. 250.286.1327. 29 JAN WED C Canucks vs BlackHawks: TSN, 7:30pm. Matt Andersen Live: Tidemark Theatre, 7:30pm. Be taken on a ride of diverse musical styles, skilled guitar work & over-the-top showmanship. Matt’s intimate, high-energy performances has captivated audiences from small clubs to festivals. 250.287.PINK. 30 JAN THU 31 JAN FRI C Canucks at Jets: TSN, 5:30pm. S CR Storm vs Westshore Wolves: 7:30pm.

Sunday to Thursday

4-5-6 Wings

Wed - 2 for 1 2 for 1 Steak Dinner Tues & Sat

Prime Rib Special Sundays

Prime Rib Buffet

o Bar n i c c u p p a C



ailable v a s n la p m o ro d e b 3 2& ail dcorder@ 301 Arizona Drive


for complete information



q A&W 2 locations - Merecroft & Discovery Mall 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

84 Dogwood St


4 Quinsam Hotel Bar

1500 N. Island Hwy


4 Salmon Point Pub

2158 Salmon Point Rd.



4 Willows Neighbourhood Pub

521 Rockland Rd.

250-287-4424 135 Brant Drive, Campbell River (Quinsam Crossing - Inland Hwy & Willis Rd) NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER PROMOTION Expires JANUARY 31, 2014 Valid at all Vancouver Island Locations Expires June 30, 2013

Whats On local


3 Check off your favorite q



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

4 Rip Tide Marine Pub Discovery Mall, Island Hwy


INTERNATIONAL 4 Acropolis Kuizina - Greek

Merecroft Village


4 Beijing House Authentic Chinese

1850 N Island Hwy



4 Baba Gannouj - Merecroft Village

4 Dairy Queen & Orange Julius

Dogwood & Merecroft 250-286-3899

1262-16th Ave

4 Miki’s Sesame Sushi - (waterfront)


4 Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken

135 Brant Rd, Campbell R 250-287-4424 4 Banners

1319 Island Hwy


q Comfort Zone 250-923-3973 q McDonalds 3 locations all on 16th Avenue

203-871 Island Hwy q Canton Chinese q Best Wok Chinese q Wasabiya Japanese q Rose Bowl Chinese

250-914-4997 250-286-0242 250-287-2831 250-287-7711 250-287-9534


CASUAL & FINE DINING 4 Quay West KItchen & Catering

912 Island Hwy


4 Ricky’s Grill

811 13 Ave

Breakfast perfected. Dinner done right. (and everything in between!)


4 Misty Fins Eatery & Lounge

969 Alder St (next to Scotia) 250-287-4320 4 MVP Pub & Restaurant Merecroft Village Dogwood St 250-286-4944

q Moxies q White Spot

250-830-1500 250-287-9350

CAFÉ & SPECIALTY q Stonehouse Teas q Mudslingers q Serious Coffee q Shot in the Dark q Cipollines q Sundance Java Bar q Sweet Peas q Cafe Aroma q Gourmet Java q Nesbitts Island Coffee q Java Shack q Booster Juice

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

PIZZA q Acropolis Kuizina - Greek q Ryan’s Pizza & Grill q Forbidden Zone q Boston Pizza q Dominos q White Tower Steak & Pizza q Dukes Grill & Pizza

COURTENAY CAMPBELL RIVER 795 Ryan Road 811 13th Ave 250.334.9638 250.286.3448

FINE DINING 250-914-0909 250-286-1177

q Painters Lodge (Opens May 1) 250-286-1102


q White Tower Steak & Pizza



q Angler’s at Dolphin’s Resort



q Heriot Bay Inn


q Harbour Grill


250-287-2282 250-286-6650

Home of the

All Day Breakfastʼ


Kids & seniors menus available

1319 Island Hwy • 286-6711

Buy one main meal get the second



With the purchase of 2 beverages. 1 coupon per person. Expires Jan 31, 2014


Breaking Free with

• Stress Management • Life coaching • Meditation • Chair Yoga Classes • Holistic Bodywork

Womyn’s Path of Healing Chair Yoga

Life Coaching - Meditation - Holistic Wellness

Gabriela Eikeland

250-203-4195 BBB Accredited Business


Why Do We Self-Sabotage? Self-Sabotage, the hidden aspect of our psyche that keeps us in a certain learned behavioral pattern even though it makes us unhappy, unwell, and sometimes down-right miserable, can present itself in many different ways; continuous negative self-talk, pessimism, over-eating, drinking too much, chronic procrastination, control issues.....and the list could go on....... We didn’t consciously choose those hidden aspects of your psyche - no, they attached themselves at a time, most often at an early age, when we felt defenseless or even powerless. They, then, may have served as ways of coping with experiences and events that were too difficult or painful to manage.

We often continue the pattern because 1) we may be unaware of it and 2) because it is ‘familiar’, it is what we have learned to do - and we need to break away from what we know which, in turn, means we need to actively engage in the process of unlearning coping strategies that do not benefit and serve us well. The first step to breaking the cycle of self-sabotage is to allow ourselves to become aware of what it is that we are doing. The second step is then to let go of the “why” - the great hostage keeper to the pastand focus on “how” as means to move forward. To do this work consistently means to break the cycle of self-sabotage. “What you resist persists. And what you look at, disappears.” ~~Neale Donald Walsch To your Success! Gabriela Eikeland DN, CSMC, RT-CRA

Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex 225 South Dogwood Street • Campbell River, BC • 250-287-9234 •

Want your kids to be more active? Concerned about your child’s weight or their current activity level?

We are offering a FREE program that may just be the perfect fit for your family. MEND A free, fun and healthy lifestyle program, for families with children who are above a healthy weight. 2 Programs - MEND for 7-13 year olds and MEND for 5-7 year olds and their families. MEND is a 10-week healthy lifestyle program for participants, parents or caregivers. Sessions are a mix of activities, demonstrations, games, healthy eating, label reading, and portion sizes. Families receive a free 3 month Strathcona Gardens family pass at the completion of the program. NEXT SESSION – January 6 – March 13, 2014 Register NOW! 5-7 year olds - Mondays from 5:30 – 7:15 PM 7-13 year olds – Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6:00 – 8:00 PM Participants MUST take part in a screening process and be pre-registered in order to participate.

Strathcona Gardens 250-287-9234 for more information



Answers under DQ ad

#175 Find 10 Differences Answers in this magazine. ©1984-2013 Whats On Digest Cartoon by Brian Kaardal 114

ThemeD cakes

COUPONS GOOD ONLY AT Campbell River Dairy Queen





Premium Fruit Smoothie


250-287-2227 1362-16th Ave

Locally owned & operated by

Jim & Kristy Costain



Peanut Buster Parfait


Treatzza Pizza

BACON CHEESE GRILLBURGER MEAL One coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with any other coupon or special offers. Coupons must be presented at time of purchase. Offer expires JAN 31, 2014 NO SUBSTITUTIONS. Offer valid only at:

One coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with any other coupon or special offers. Coupons must be presented at time of purchase. Offer expires JAN 31, 2014 NO SUBSTITUTIONS. Offer valid only at:

One coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with any other coupon or special offers. Coupons must be presented at time of purchase. Offer expires JAN 31, 2014 NO SUBSTITUTIONS. Offer valid only at:

One coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with any other coupon or special offers. Coupons must be presented at time of purchase. Offer expires JAN 31, 2014 NO SUBSTITUTIONS. Offer valid only at:

The DQ® Restaurant 1362-16th Ave., Campbell River

The DQ® Restaurant 1362-16th Ave., Campbell River

The DQ® Restaurant 1362-16th Ave., Campbell River

The DQ® Restaurant 1362-16th Ave., Campbell River

1) Tree right 2) Foot 3) Nose 4) Ear 5) Tree trunk line 6)Collar 7) Belly right 8) Tooth 9) Belly above eye 10) Dogs leg

Police Foundations DCC Business Skills PF 191 Business Communication PF 192 MS Office Suite PF 193 MS Windows and MS Outlook PF 194 Keyboarding PF 591 Employability Skills

Policing 1

Law Enforcement & Security play an ever increasing role in today’s society. Develop the hands on skills, knowledge and attitudes that will enable you to work at various levels of policing, public safety, security, by-law enforcement and related justice professionals. The fast-paced life of law enforcement officers complete with intensity and excitement - makes this a very rewarding career.

CALL NOW Classes commencing soon Limited seats available!

(250) 287-9850 Education for Today’s Jobs.

PF 291 Criminal Justice in PF 292 Federal Statutes PF 293 Provincial Statutes PF 294 Introduction to Policing PF 295 Professionalism and Ethics PF 296 Government and Politics PF 297 Charter and Criminal Code

Policing 2 PF 391 Traffic Management and Accident Investigation PF 392 Crisis Intervention and Conflict Management PF 393 Sociology PF 394 Criminology PF 395 Psychology PF 396 Community Policing PF 397 Private Security Patrol Procedures PF 398 Diversity and Multiculturalism PF 399 First Nations Peoples PF 3910 Communications PF 3911 Police Powers and Authority PF 3912 Criminal Investigations, Forensics, and Evidence PF 3913 Interviewing and Interrogation PF 3914 Courtroom Procedures PF 3915 Officer Safety and Protection PF 3916 Fitness and Lifestyle Management PF 3917 Basic Security Training AST 991 Advanced Security Training

DCC Work Experience PF 491 Practicum Graduate into a rewarding career in months, not years

Jan 2014 Campbell River Whats On Digest