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Emotion Code Sessions

Q. B. Legion Pancake Breakfast

10:00am. Find out what Trapped Emotions are keeping you from being the best you can be. 30– 45 minute sessions and can be done in person, over the phone,via Skype or Facebook Messenger Video. Contact me to book a session anytime during the month of June. Pioneer Wellness Centre, #1 - 534 Pioneer Crescent, Parksville. 250-240-2656

Kids/Youth Juice House 6:30pm. An open-mic night for kids, held in a coffee house style. Kids, ages 5–15, of all levels and abilities are welcome to come and perform. Juice, Tea, Coffee, Tea and treats available from the kitchen by donation. Errington War Memorial Hall, 1390 Errington Road, Errington. 250-248-5106 or 250248-5685

Unplugged Acoustic Jam Night 7:00pm. Unplugged nights are strictly for non-amplified instruments. Bring some copies of chords and lyrics and we will add your songs to our song books. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, #8 464 Island Highway East, Parksville. 250-927-4595

Twoonie Teen Swim 7:00pm. Twoonie Teen Swim (13-18 yrs). Fridays from 7:00-9:00 pm are reserved for the teens. Admission only $2 until Friday June 29th. Ravenson Aquatic Centre, 737 Jones St, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-5014

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8:30am. Every Sat (until last Sat in Sep). includes pancakes, sausages, coffee & orange juice. Tables inside if the weather is cool or rainy. We look forward to seeing you. Qualicum Beach Legion Branch 76, 180 Veteran’s Way, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-9632

Walk to Fight Arthritis 8:30am. Walk for Arthritis is a communitybased event raising much-needed funds for the more than 6 million Canadians affected by arthritis. Registration 8:30, walk 10am. Parksville Community Park, 193 Beachside Drive, Parksville. 250-5194000

Clean, Green Energy Symposium 10:00am. Find out all you need to know about solar at the Clean, Green Energy Symposium. Speakers, clean energy businesses with special deals. Donations at the door. Knox United Church, 345 Pym Street, Parksville. 250248-8809

Errington Farmers Market 10:00am. Every Sat. Fun, food, & friendship! Live music, sticky buns and variety of vendors. Errington Community Park, , Errington. 250586-0099

Mid Island Surface Design 10:30am. On display in the Volunteer and Dorothy Francis Galler-

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Schedule of events PARKSVILLE 7:30am - 11:00am Shriners Pancake Breakfast Coastal Community Credit Union on Craig Street in Downtown Parksville.

10:00am - 12:00pm Canada Day Parade Pioneer Crescent to Parksville Community & Conference Centre

12:00pm Opening Ceremonies Main Stage in Parksville Community Park

12:30pm - Dusk Live Entertainment all day Games, Vendors, Food and Fun.

10:15pm Thrifty Foods Fireworks Spectacular

QUALICUM BEACH 8:30am - 11:30am Legion Pancake Breakfast

11:00am - 1:00pm Canada Day Parade 2nd Ave, Veterans Way

1:00pm - 7:15pm Entertainment

7:30pm - 10:00pm Street Dance: The Timebenders

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Someone who shoe’s horses? Another word for Lexicon?

Seventh planet from the sun? What country has an airline called Rottnest? Answers found in this issue

ies from May 7 to June 2 with an opening reception on May 9 at 2pm. The Old School House Arts Centre, 122 Fern Road West, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6133

An Evening with Heather Costerton 6:00pm. A dynamic performer with a sultry voice. Come enjoy seaside dining and a lively performance, The Bayside Resort, 240 Dogwood, Parksville. 250-248-8333

Island Talent Pole Fitness 8:00pm. Strength and

beauty on display. Coffee and great treats available from the kitchen. Errington War Memorial Hall, 1390 Errington Road, Errington. 250248-5106 or 250-2485685

SUN JUN 3 Open Shrine and Guided Meditation 10:00am. Through the month of June the Golden Shrine will be open for an hour of guided meditation at 10 am. Your donation is gratefully received and helps to keep the center open. Families/children welcome. Kathok Cen-

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MidIsland Public Market 1:00pm. A celebration of local food, art, music, and mid-island businesses. Parksville Museum Grounds, 1245 East Island Highway, Parksville. 250-937-8822

Madeline Rogers & Logan McKillop in concert 7:00pm. Logan McKillop is a songwriter/guitarist and storyteller. Joining Logan is Madeleine Roger, a contemporary folksinger from Winnipeg and other-half of the folk/roots duo Roger Roger. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, #8 464 Island Highway East, Parksville. 250927-4595

MON JUN 4 Fibre Art Network 10:00am. O display June 4 - 23 with the opening reception on June 6 at 2pm. The Old School House Arts Centre, 122 Fern Road West, Qualicum Beach. 250-7526133

Activities for Young Adults 3:30pm. Mondays. Join us for fun activities including games, art, music, and indoor/outdoor activities. This group is for adults ages 19-30s who are experiencing mental health challenges such as depression and anxiety. Forward House Community Society, 136 E. Hirst Ave, Parksville. 250-954-0784

TUE JUN 5 Will Millar “Irish Rovings” 10:00am. On display June 5 - July 14, Tuesday to Sunday. McMil-

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The Wet Paint Group 11:00am. Represents a wide range of experience from a few years to more than 2 decades and an eclectic mix of subjects and styles. Jun 5-Jul 14, Tues-Sun. McMillan Arts Centre (The MAC), 133 McMillan St., Parksville. 250-248-8185

Shrine Open to Public 2:00pm. June 5, 13, 19, 25. Come and enjoy the peace, quiet and spirituality of Kathok Centre. Meditate with the 15’ Golden Buddha, turn the prayer wheels for the benefit of all and /or light a butter lamp for a loved one. Gift Shop also open. 3 mins from Goats on the Roof. Children with parents welcome! Kathok Meditation Center, 2800 Grafton Ave., Coombs. 250-240-4386

WED JUN 6 Soupy Cafe 12:00pm. Open and ready for the neighbourhood to socialize on the 1st Wednesday of the month. Lighthouse Community Hall, 240 Lions Way, Qualicum Bay. 778.424.9900

Let’s Talk Model Railroading 101 6:00pm. Weekly Wed. Eve n i n g O n go i n g Drop-Ins. Build Scale Warehouses, a Railway Tunnel, clean and install Trackwork, create Backdrop Painting and Ground Covers, etc.! $5 Drop-in Fee or Free with your $10 Monthly Membership! OC MakerSpace, 133, McMillan St., Parksville. 250-5942893


PINERIDGE RV PARK & FARM MARKET Services the recreation region of Spider Lake & Horne Lake. Full hook up RV sites, laundry, washrooms, showers, WiFi available. Open 7 days a week. 2715 Turnbull Rd, Qualicum Beach. 250-619-8047 QUALICUM BEACH FARMERS MARKET Where all the local farmers come to sell. Enjoy great food, music, vendors and community. Every Saturday, 8:30am-12pm. Memorial at the Train Tracks, Qualicum Beach. NANOOSE BAY ART IN THE GARDEN June 23-24 10-4pm. 2525 Northwest Bay Rd, Nanoose. 90 artisans, live music & food. $5 suggested donation. Walk the gardens and be inspired by local artists & crafters! Artisan profiles at




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THU JUN 7 Arrowsmith Needle Arts Guild 9:30am. 1st and 3rd Thu of each month. Come and embroider, learn new techniques and for friendship with other stitchers. Qualicum Civic Centre, 747 Jones St, Qualicum Beach. 250752-9320

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4:00pm. Jenny Hughes will guide you through how to paint a simple acrylic painting. No experience necessary. All supplies are provided. Phone RDN Recreation and Parks to pre-register. Oceanside Art Studio, #2-702 Memorial Avenue, Qualicum Beach. 250 248-3252

Newcomers Club 7:00pm. First Thursday of the Month. Open to anyone, who has lived in Parksville and surrounding areas for less than 5 years. Parksville Community Centre, 132 E. Jensen Ave, Parksville. 250-248-6234

FRI JUN 8 Vibrational Healing Chakra Balance 2 Step Workshop 11:00am. This workshop balances energy chakra fields. This 2 step process will assist you in balancing your energy aura. Please bring a pendulum and pencil crayons. Pioneer Wellness Centre, #1 - 534 Pioneer Crescent, Parksville. 250-240-2656

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Sunset Paddle Sea Kayak Tour (10yrs+)

7:00pm. Race your way through Englishman River Regional Park by finding special route information cards. You will discover roadblocks and detours that will put your team dynamics to the test. The challenges will be fun and will leave you inspired to be in the outdoors. Families, teams, and individuals welcome. Family/ team rate available. Phone RDN Recreation and Parks to pre-register. 7-9pm Englishman River Regional Park, , Parksville. 250-248-3252

7:30pm. Paddle into the glow of the setting sun, breathe deep and relax. Perfect for beginners, these tours include a certified guide, the kayak, gear and instruction in paddling strokes and safety procedures. No experience is necessary. Double kayaks are available to paddle with a friend or younger family members. Children 10 years+ are welcome to register and attend with an adult. 7:30 to 9:45 pm. Nanoose Bay, Terrien Road. 250-2483252

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CPR Regional Trail Guided Alpine Hike 8:00am. Hike the steep historic trail that connects Cameron Lake to the sub-alpine. Along the way, pass waterfalls, ponds and lookouts with great views up and down the Georgia Strait. This guided day trip is rigorous and meant to introduce fit hikers to our precious and popular mid-island alpine areas. Attendance at a Hiking Information Session to learn more about what to expect when venturing outdoors is mandatory for all new participants. Depart from Ravensong Aquatic Centre. Ravensong Aquatic Centre, 737 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach. 250 248-3252

Coombs Community Picnic 5:30pm. An old-fashioned evening of family fun. Pack your own picnic basket or enjoy Free hotdogs, ice cream, popcorn, and cake. Enjoy live music, games, and activities. Coombs Fairgrounds, 1014 Ford Road, Coombs. 250-927-3985

SAT JUN 9 Spring Mini Parks Open House 11:00am. In partnership with the Friends of Foster Park, the Spring Mini Parks event will feature games, food and information about the master plan project. Foster Park, Saunders Road, Parksville. 250-954-3073

55+ BC Games Try It Day (Part 2) 11:00am. This event features badminton, carpet bowling, bridge, floor curling, whist, pickleball, and cribbage. Phone RDN, Recreation and Parks 250-248-3252 for more information.

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Nanoose Place, 2925 NW Bay Road, Nanoose. 250-248 3252

Special Olympics Oceanside Charity Golf Tournament 11:30am. Featuring a putting contest, low gross team prize, hole in one prize, a live and silent auction. Golf cart rental is extra. Registration starts at 11:30am - 1:00pm shotgun start - team scramble. Participate by golfing, joining us for dinner, or by taking advantage of the many opportunities to show your support, such as hole sponsorship, silent auction items, prizes and/or cash donations Pheasant Glen Golf Resort, 1025 Qualicum Road, Qualicum Beach. 250-594-9868

Christmas in June Community Food Drive 12:00pm. The local food bank is in need of our help at this time of year, as their holiday season donations are starting to dwindle. There will be a BBQ by donation, or you can earn a free lunch (hot dog or burger + drink) by playing “Food Drive Bingo” Kids Games as well. 12-5pm Wembley Centre, 826 West Island Highway, Parksville. 250-248-6511

Discover Sea Kayaking Tour (10yrs+) 12:45pm. This relaxing 2 1/2 hour lesson includes kayak, gear, equipment orientation, intro to four paddling strokes, launching and exiting techniques, and a mini paddle on the water. No experience is necessary. Double kayaks are available to paddle with a friend or younger family member. Children 10 years + can register and attend with an adult.


BOWSER’S MAGNOLIA COURT SUMMER MARKET Come and enjoy live entertainment, a great selection of vendors and local produce! Wednesdays, June 13-Aug 29, 5:30-7:30pm. 6996 Island Hwy West, Bowser. 250-947-5231 15TH ANNUAL SUMMER BY THE SEA STREET MARKET On Craig St. June 12-Aug 28. Tuesday nights from 6-9pm. Over 180 vendors offering an ecletic mix of local merchants, artisans, farmers, entertainers and food vendors... Be prepared to love this market ART IN ACTION ART FAIR & GRAND PRIX D’ART PAINTING RACE 50 Artists sale & demo, 30 artists painting throughout the town and live music. July 28, 9:00am to 4:00pm.The Old School House Arts Centre, 122 Fern Rd W. Qualcium Beach. 250-752-6133.




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GROUNDZERO ACOUSTIC LOUNGE FAST BECOMING FRONT AND CENTRE AS PARKSVILLE`S NEWEST AND HIPPEST MUSIC VENUE. ts tucked away off the main intimate concerts, Circle Jams, Open Mic drag but the GroundZero nights, movie nights, karaoke nights, music Acoustic Lounge (GZAL) is fast lessons and more. becoming front and centre as “We will give it five years and we will see Parksville`s newest and hippest what happens. I am devoted to doing that. music venue. We are just trying to make our rent. I know Started as a band project by musicians how much we need to bring in every month Doug Pickard and Megan Keene who are and we have done it so far and I think we members of Groundswell, GZAL got its can continue to do it and it is only going to start in the Parksville Industrial Park. get better,” he assured. The band thought it would be cool to open Once an antique store the new space up their jam space to the public and they not only has more room, it also provides invited local up and a unique setting coming musicians that musicians and to use the venue audiences love. for workshops and “It puts you in jam nights. "It puts you in a creative mood a creative mood Through wordas soon as you are in here" as soon as you are of-mouth and in here,” Pickard social media, Doug Pickard exclaimed. overwhelming The funky décor community support includes old doors and interest in the and instruments project grew and on the walls and vintage wash basins for Pickard said when the opportunity arose lighting which Pickard pointed out lends to take over a more suitable location he itself to the creative vibe they are going for. went for it. He said their vision is to offer support as Pickard said the move in April to their well as a stage to perform on for fledgling new location at 464 Island Hwy. East, unit musicians, poets and comedians. 8 was a lot of work but he acknowledged it has also been a blessing. Ideally set up for solo and acoustic shows, the venue with its high ceilings and big “Moving after two months … people garage door that opens up to a parking lot thought I was crazy but I am looking at the big picture. We are doing it because it has the capability of hosting bigger shows. is a labour of love and a passion.” He said that is something they would like As far as longevity goes he said they signed to do down the road because they have a five year lease so they plan on sticking already peaked the interest of some stellar around to be the venue in Parksville for musicians who would draw big crowds.


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“We live in a desirable location and people want to come here. Rick Fines performed here and he is a top notch professional in the blues industry. Shari Ulrich is coming in August. Ryan McMahon is coming in September. It is not all about the biggest names but I would love to get Barney Bentall here,” he admitted. With overwhelming support from local musicians as well as visiting performers the lounge is filling a niche in Parksville and Pickard couldn’t be happier. The Ukulele Club which meets the second and fourth Monday evening of each month is designed to encourage uke players to interact with other musicians in a social and fun environment. There is an Open Mic night dedicated for just young people and Pickard said it fills his heart to help out kids who want to develop their musical skills. “I see the kids coming up and they are so excited.” He said their mission is to mentor some up and coming talent and he has a team of dedicated volunteers who are making it happen. MORE INFORMATION

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SAT JUN 9 CONT... 12:45-3:30 pm. Nanoose Bay shoreline. 250-2483252

Harmonica Basics With Mick Sherlock 2:00pm. Get a taste of what it’s like to play this versatile instrument in this fun and interactive workshop. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, #8 464 Island Highway East, Parksville. 250927-4595

SPCA Silent Auction & Pasta Dinner 5:00pm. Help the animals that come into our care. There will be an assortment of items to bid on in the silent auction and pasta buffet for dinner, plus prizes and games for everyone. Doors open at 5:00pm, dinner at 5:30pm. Sorry, we cannot reserve tables for large groups. First come first served. Eaglecrest Golf Course, 2035 West Island Highway, Qualicum Beach. 250-248-3811

SUN JUN 10 Garage Sale and Pancake Breakfast 8:00am. 5th Annual BSHS Garage Sale at the Second Sunday Market and Pancake Breakfast in support of Bowser Seniors Housing Society. Lighthouse Community Centre, 240 Lions Way, Qualicum Bay. 250-757-8117

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8:00am. The second Sunday of each month, 8:00–noon. Lots of fun, food, great live music, and shopping. Lighthouse Community Hall, 240 Lion’s Way, Qualicum Bay. 250-757-8172

Union Bay Community Family Fun Day 9:00am. Come down and join in the fun Union Bay Community Hall, 5401 S. Island Highway, Union Bay, BC. 778-4272206

Open Shrine and Guided Meditation 10:00am. Come to Open Meditation practice. Kathok Centre, 2899 Grafton Road., Coombs. 250-240-4386

MON JUN 11 Hiking Information Session 6:30pm. A local alpine guide shares tips and resources for family adventures and avid hikers. Ask questions before heading out on our guided hikes or self-guided exploration in Regional Parks. Advice on clothing, equipment, and route planning to help you stay safe and enjoy the outdoors. Note: This course is MANDATORY for all new participants in the RDN Alpine Hikes. 6:30-8:30 pm Oceanside Place Arena, 830 West Island Highway, Parksville. 250-248-3252

GZAL Ukuklele Club 7:00pm. Bi-weekly Ukulele jam! Go beyond the basics and discover the thrill of playing with others in a fun and nurturing environment. All levels welcome! Hosted by Ron Usher GroundZero Acoustic Lounge, #5-1176 Franklin’s Gull Rd, Parksville. 250-927-4595

TUE JUN 12 Summer by the Sea Street Market 6:00pm. Tuesdays. Come out and support our local merchants, as well as vendors traveling from all over Vancouver Island and the Gulf Is-

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International Fairy Day June 23 at Errington Farmers Market. Fantasy, imagination and a little bit of pixie dust will come together at the Errington Farmers’ Market on Saturday, June 23. June 24 is International Fairy Day and to celebrate the butterfly winged cherubs, the public is invited to come make a fairy house for the market woods in Errington Park. All ages are welcome to participate from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be some all natural, responsibly gathered supplies and a couple whimsical fairy house builders on hand to help. As the fairy houses will remain in the woods, only natural materials to the area can be used and folks are encouraged to bring any suitable materials for the project. Things like sticks, bark, dry grasses, pebbles, shells, feathers and pinecones are great additions but just be sure to be respectful of all living things … fairies are careful to never harm. MORE INFORMATION

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ard to Broadway’s 18th season thought… wow this is fun, we should do starts July 3 and with four this. So we applied for rights and we were productions to choose from, rejected. For 17 years we did that. We audiences will once again be applied for rights every year always with treated to some amazing summer repertory trepidation that could we cast it because it theatre that will have them laughing and is a big song and dance show.” dancing in their seats. He explained that it is Broadways longest The B2B line-up which runs until August running musical and it is still running. 18 at the Village Theatre in Qualicum Beach “They have toured it and they won’t let includes four productions: Chicago The other companies take it if it is still touring.” Musical, Baskerville A Sherlock Holmes He said when they got the good news that Mystery, Savannah Sipping Society and they could do the show, there was a slight Disney's Beauty hiccup. And The Beast Jr. “We were told Gary Brown who we could not has been with announce anything "To get Chicago the Musical… B2B since it was until January first launched in 2000 I am over the moon" because there was said he is thrilled a touring company about their choices Gary Brown ~ Bard to Broadway in Victoria and for this season. they were on until “To get Chicago December 23. I the Musical…I am found out days later over the moon,” he exclaimed. a Nanaimo group also got the rights to it Set in 1920’s Chicago and based on real after we did so we just have to make this life murders and trials, Chicago follows the best show we can possibly make,” he Roxie Hart, Velma Kelly, Billy Flynn, assured. Matron “Mama” Morton and Amos Hart He added he has cast some talented on a wild journey at a time when celebrity performers who are coming from all over was everything. the Island to do the ambitious show. The musical which opened in 1975 is a “I couldn’t ask for a better all around cast.” dazzling and satirical look at fame, justice He said acquiring the rights to The and the media machine. Savannah Sipping Society by Jessie Jones, Brown who is directing Chicago said he Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten as well as was first shown the script for it back in 2000 Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery by and they have been trying to get it ever Ken Ludwig is also a major coup for B2B. since. “The Savannah Sipping Society and “I read it and I listened to it and I

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Baskerville are brand new scripts. It is really amazing for us to get something so new. For a local amateur theatre group to get the rights on two brand new shows that nobody else is doing … I love that.” The Savannah Sipping Society directed by Jay Norton is a delightful, laugh-a-minute comedy featuring four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines. They are drawn together by fate and an impromptu happy hour and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. In Baskerville, comedic genius Ken Ludwig transforms Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure. Directed by Mike Moroz, the comedy observes intrepid investigators trying to escape a dizzying web of clues, silly accents, disguises, and deceit as five actors deftly portray more than forty characters. Teen Musical Theatre’s Beauty and the Beast Jr. tells the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under a spell of an enchantress. For details on the entire 2018 line up and box office hours visit: MORE INFORMATION

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Register for summer camp Summer camps for all ages and interests. Pick up an active living guide today or view camps online. Oceanside Place Arena 250-248-3252 Ravensong Aquatic Centre 250-752-5014

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WED JUN 13 Magnolia Court Summer Market 6:00pm. Every Wednesday enjoy live music while browsing through a great selection of vendor goods. Magnolia Court, 6996 W. Island Hwy, Bowser. 250-947-5231

THUR JUN 14 Mid Island Floral Art Club 2:00pm. Special Demo by “Pat Scrivener, Inspiration for Creativity” St. Stephen’s Church Hall, 150 Village Way, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-1858

Pouring Art Class (11-15yrs) 4:00pm. Use liquid vitreous medium and acrylic paint to create your own modern resin-like artwork. No experience necessary. All supplies are provided. Phone RDN Recreation and Parks to pre-register. 4-5:30pm Oceanside Arts Studio, 2-702 Memorial Avenue, Qualicum Beach. 250-248-1283

Ladies Night at Eaglecrest 5:00pm. Thursday Night is Ladies night, 5:30pm Shotgun Start, 4-Women Scramble, 9 Holes. Prizes and meal included in your fee. Eaglecrest Golf Course, 2035 West Island Highway, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6311

Young Adult Hangout 5:30pm. Join us for some famous tacos at Tidal Taco Shack while getting to know some other young adults better. (Note: Bring CASH as they don’t take cards). Hang out by the water in a beautiful setting and head across the street

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for some ice cream after! And then who knows where the night will continue. 5:30-7:30pm Tidal Taco Shack, 6001 West Isl. Hwy., Qualicum Beach. 250-248-5333

FRI JUN 15 Cruise Night 7:00pm. We kick off our Father’s Day Weekend with a Cruise; open to everyone driving a classic vehicle who wants to join 400 plus enthusiasts for a scenic cruise of the Parksville / Qualicum Beach area. Parksville Community Park, 220 Corfield Street N., Parksville. 250-248-6511

SAT JUN 16 Art & Ceramic Show 10:00am. Sat & Sun. Art and Ceramic Show ,Antiques and Collector Cars. Cedar Art Gallery, 2255 Widgeon Rd, Qualicum Beach. 250-7528700

NIWRA’s Family Day 11:00am. A day full of activity for the whole family, with garden and wildlife adventures for everyone! Lots of games, prizes, activities and family fun. North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre, 1240 Leffler Road, Errington. 250248-8534

Seaside Cruizers 2018 Poker Run 11:00am. Open to 150 pre-registered vehicles only due to limited space at our host location. Registration fee: $ 5.00 Every registered vehicle receives a special Poker Run Gift. 11am-3pm Parksville Community Park, 220 Corfield Street N., Parksville. 250-2486511

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Song Writers workshop with John Pippus 2:00pm. From sharing a stage with Jackson Browne to playing to small, but appreciative coffee house audiences, John has lived a life filled with music and wellearned stories. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, #8 464 Island Highway East, Parksville. 250927-4595

Family Paint 5yrs+ 2:00pm. Family members will take part in painting their own canvas with the guidance of our experienced art instructor. No experience necessary. All supplies are included. Phone RDN Recreation and Parks to pre-register. 2-4pm Oceanside Arts Studio, 2-702 Memorial Avenue, Qualicum Beach. 250-248-3252

Street Dance 6:00pm. Free live music from the 50’s – 70’s performed by “Groundswell”. Lots of fun for all ages! Food Vendors and refreshments will be available on site. Downtown Qualicum Beach, Primrose Street, Qualicum Beach.

SUN JUN 17 Fathers Day Many Canadians observe Father’s Day on the third Sunday of June. It is a day for people to show their appreciation for fathers and father figures.

Ladies Shop & Walk 8:00am. Afun activity for ladies accompanying registered participants or lucky ladies with their own car registered in the Father’s Day Show and Shine. This event is a perfect way to explore the many boutiques, shops, and businesses that are located in beau-

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25th Annual Father’s Day Show n Shine 8:00am. During the Show ‘n Shine the whole town is wired for sound and music from the 50’s and 60’s. The town will be wide open with many local restaurants and shops along with service clubs and vendors ready to accommodate your shopping, food and refreshment wishes. Downtown Qualicum Beach, Primrose Street, Qualicum Beach. 250752-0012

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Open Shrine and Meditation 10:00am. Through the month of June the Golden Shrine will be open for an hour of guided meditation at 10am. Kathok Centre, 2800 Grafton Rd, Coombs. 250-240-4386

MON JUN 18 Wilderness Adventures of Five Old Mountain Men 8:30am. Roger Griffiths will present a light-hearted thirty minute visual presentation encompassing both video & still images of five men in their 70’s who, each year, fly into a remote alpine location in a different area of the province for a six day hiking/camping trip. Quality Resort Bayside, 240 Dogwood St, Parksville. 250-390-9121

Ladies Nights at Pheasant Glen 5:30pm. Meal, and prizes included. Practice holes available after 4:30pm. Maximum of 72 ladies per night. Pheasant Glen Gold Course, 1025 Qualicum Road, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-8785

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rock solid business is the couple met and the seeds were planted for a career none of them saw coming. blossoming in Parksville and the folks who started it are carving Melissa explained that Quentin’s longout a name for themselves as time friend Kevin Elliott of Set in Stone well as their customers. in Calgary was the one who introduced her husband to the art of rock engraving. Quentin and Melissa Koop are the creative duo running Pacific Rock Engravers and “Kevin had been engraving rocks for close Lakeside Garden Nursery at 1405 Greig to 20 years. His dad had a rock pit and he Road in Parksville. was artistic. Kevin trained Quentin and we ran with it.” Their five acre parcel of land is tucked away off the Island Highway, walking She said leaving Alberta for beautiful BC distance from the entrance to Rathtrevor was a no-brainer. Beach Provincial “The last year Park. I was in Calgary Located at the "A lot of memorials use traditional it snowed every bottom of Greig month of the year rock that is sometimes from Asia Road their peaceful and when it snowed oasis is filled with in August … I draw and the Middle East. We try to enough inspiration the line there … it use local rock" to turn anyone into didn’t last but we a green thumb. decided to move Melissa Koop ~ Co-Owner back to BC.” With a stunning fountain surrounded She said with all by giant rocks and a nursery full of colourful of the beautiful natural rock available on plants the property is also home to a quarter Vancouver Island, they thought it would acre of rocks including landscape rock, be a wonderful idea to bring the service retaining wall rock and engraving rock. to the Island and that's how Pacific Rock Engravers was born. Sourced from Vancouver Island, including the Fairwinds area, the rock is used to create “Langley was getting too busy and we whatever you can imagine. wanted to move to a smaller town. That is how we ended up in Parksville.” Engraved address rocks, memorial stones for pets and people, drilled fountain and fire As for Lakeside Garden Nursery, Melissa rocks and family name rocks are just a few said she basically turned her hobby of of the services offered by the Koop family. landscaping and propagating plants into a business. They moved to Parksville from Langley “My dad laughs at me because when I was eight years ago but it was in Alberta where

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Duplicate Bridge

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12:15pm. Tuesdays. ACBL sanctioned duplicate bridge with 2 sections - Open Stratified and Novice. Qualicum Beach Royal Canadian Legion, 180 Veterans Way, Qualicum Beach.

WED JUN 20 Men’s Night at Eaglecrest 5:00pm. Wednesdays. 5pm Shotgun start / 4 man scramble / 13 holes. Please contact or visit our website for more information Eaglecrest Golf Course, 2035 West Island Highway, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6311

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10:00am. Meander the sun-dappled shadows of Milner Gardens on your self-guided search for areas Fairy Houses may have magically appeared. Garden admission payable to access the Tea Room. Milner Gardens & Woodland, 2179 West Island Highway, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6153

French Conversation 2:30pm. Informal drop-in to maintain or improve your French. For info, call David. Serious Coffee, 1209 E Island Hwy, Parksville. 250-738-0819

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Community Park Play Date

7:00pm. All welcome. Visitors $3. Speaker: Dr. Lynne Brooks, past president of Arrowsmith Naturalists, speaking on “Wildlife Friendly Gardens: Blending Science & Art”. Civic Centre, 747 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach. 250-738-2728

5:30pm. Families are invited to come down to the park, join our summer leaders for some games, visit with friends, and celebrate the longest day of the year. Free event. Parkville Community Park, Picnic Shelter . 250-248-3252

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FRI JUN 22 BeDazzled Parksville Quilt Show 10:00am. Friday & Saturday 10-6, Sunday 103. The Parksville Quilt Guild hosts a premier quilt exhibit featuring over 300 beautiful quilts, a merchants mall, boutique, daily trunk shows, door prizes, charity quilt raffle, junior fibre artists and wine bar. Oceanside Place Arena, 830 West Island Highway, Parksville. 250-248-4889

An Evening with Judy & Robin 7:00pm. Join Fibre Artists Judy Leslie and Robin Fischer in an evening of delight that will dazzle you with their talents and experience. Parksville Conference & Community Centre, 132 East Jensen Avenue, Parksville. 250-248-4889

Reid Jamieson Concert 7:00pm. A prolific songbird who loves to sing. Now performing as an acoustic duo with his long-time songwriting partner and saucy wife, Carolyn Victoria Mill, they are committed to making music that matters and moves us. McMillan Arts Centre, 133 McMillan Street, Parksville. 250-248-8185

SAT JUN 23 Red Cross Emergency First Aid with AED/ CPR 14yrs+ 9:00am. This basic oneday course is designed to provide participants with the skills to help save a life when only seconds count. Training includes home hazards, accident prevention, CPR, first aid skills for common emergencies and how to use an automated external defibrillator. Qualicum Commons, 744 Primrose

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2:00pm. Come sing with Choir Directors, Megan Keene and Sharon Tomczyk for a two hour “pop up choir� We will be teaching the basics of singing, followed by a song in two or three part harmony. No experience in singing necessary, come free your voice, and join a fun vocal community. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, #8 464 Island Highway East, Parksville. 250228-2467

9:00am. June 23 & 24. This comprehensive two-day course offers first aid and CPR skills for those who need training for work or would like more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Training includes home hazards, accident prevention, safety education, CPR level C, first aid skills for common emergencies and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). $159 Qualicum Commons, 744 Primrose Street, Qualicum Beach. 250-248-3252

Red Cross AED/CPR C-14yrs+ 9:00am. This 6-hour course focuses on the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for adults, children, and babies. Training includes cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). Phone RDN Recreation and Parks to pre-register. Qualicum Commons, 744 Primrose Street, Qualicum Beach. 250248-3252

9th Annual Art in the Garden 10:00am. June 23-24. We are so excited to be announcing our 9th Annual Art in the Garden at Nanoose Bay. There will be over 90 Artisans on site showcasing their work, come and walk the garden, be inspired. Proceeds going to Nanoose Community Services. Private Residence, 2525 Northwest Bay Road, Nanoose Bay. 250-729-1529

Butterflies & Memories 1:30pm. Purchase a butterfly for $25 in memory of a loved one. Registration 1:30pm; Release 2pm. For more info or to purchase please contact Oceanside Hospice Society. The Gardens, 650 Berwick Rd, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6227

Evening Sea Kayak Tour (10yrs+) 6:15pm. We paddle along the shoreline with breathtaking views of the Coast Mountains and meander up the Qualicum River on the look-out for birds and other creatures. Perfect for beginners, these tours include a certified guide, the kayak, gear and instruction in paddling strokes and safety procedures. No experience is necessary. Double kayaks are available to paddle with a friend or younger family member. Children 10yr+ can register and attend with an adult. Qualicum Beach - Shoreline. 250248-3252

SUN JUN 24 20TH Annual Q.B. Triathlon 8:00am. A communityoriented fun race run in a traditional triathlon for-

mat. This race includes regionally competitive athletes as well as teams. Different age groups and events so please visit the website for details. Civic Centre, 747 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach. 250752-6921

JDRF Walk to Cure Diabete 9:30am. Join us tohelp raise funds for type 1 diabetes research! Be part of a collective rally that brings together thousands of people whose lives are touched by type 1 diabetes every day, who are tired of the hardship of this disease, who want to be heard, raise money and change the face of type 1 forever. Your donations can make a difference. Registration starts at 9:30, walk begins at 11am. Rathtrevor Beach ProvincialPark, 1240 Rath Road, Parksville. 250-370-7790

Spring Medley Markets 10:00am. We will have a great display of Artisans, Crafters, Fresh Homemade Food, Concession, and much, much more. 10am-3pm. Coombs Rodeo Grounds, 2601 Alberni Highway, Coombs. 604-626-6561

Deluxe Dinner Express 4:30pm. Travel on the Alberni Pacific Railway steam train to McLean Mill Historic Park, Dinner in the Mill Dining Room, Tour the historic site, Music and dancing. Tickets available through Pat Weber 250-951-1159, Scott Rodway 250-7529526, Bill at QB Seniors Activity Centre 250724-0037 or pick up at the Courtyard Cafe and Patio, QB 250-752-4152. Civic Centre, 747 Jones St., Qualicum Beach. 250-951-1159

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50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATING HALF A CENTURY IN THE COMMUNITY. raditionally gold is the gift for including reptile shows, balloon animals 50th anniversaries, however the and a dress-up area. There will also be live Society of Organized Services music and food available. (SOS) is celebrating half of On Saturday, July 14, from noon to 2 p.m. at century in the community with Qualicum Commons there will be another some fun events in Parksville and Qualicum celebration. The public is invited to enjoy Beach July 8 and 14. live music and food at their ‘60s themed Since 1968, SOS has responded to the party. With activities like hula hoops, limbo, needs of individuals and families in District a race with vintage clothing, Lego and beads 69. With the support of 350 volunteers, there will be something for everyone. staff, and community collaborations, SOS Alexander said both events are free provides 30 programs and services to all and they are encouraging everyone in ages, including programs that meet basic the community to join in their golden needs, as well as anniversary events, programs that especially those promote healthy who have been part "both events are free and they living and social of the organization’s connections. are encouraging everyone in the enduring legacy in SOS Marketing community to join in their golden District 69. Coordinator Lissa anniversary events" “Pretty much Alexander said everyone in the because they are Lissa Alexander ~ SOS Marketing Coordinator community knows marking such a someone who was major milestone affiliated with the they have been SOS, or volunteered or used our services planning their anniversary celebration for in some way,” she stated. three years. Susanna Newton, Executive Director of She said they want to commemorate all the SOS celebrated her own anniversary that has been accomplished since a small with the organization this year. She started group of volunteers decided to make a 25 years ago and is a testament to the difference in our community back in 1968. longevity and integrity of the leaders, On Sunday, July 8 from 1-4 p.m. at the SOS motivators and volunteers who continue Community Services Centre in Parksville to make a difference in the community. there will be a dedication ceremony to She said it is a huge accomplishment for reveal a new friendship garden featuring the organization and she is proud to have a sculpture, created by local sculptor Mike been part of SOS for 25 of its 50 years of Rebar. serving our community. Afterwards there will be activities for the whole family, inside as well as outside, “I was the Assistant Executive Director for


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7th Annual Qualicum Beach Day Saturday July 15, 2018 A Fun Family Event with a Focus on Environment Awareness!

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MON JUN 25 Lucy Schappy 10:00am. Lucy Schappy exhibit on display June 2 - Aug 6 with an opening reception on June 27 at 2pm. The Old School House Arts Centre, 122 Fern Road West, Qualicum Beach. 250-7526133

Views of Rathtrevor 10:00am. Views of Rathtrevor by D.F. Gray. On display June 25 - Aug 6 with an opening reception on June 27 at 2pm. The Old School House Arts Centre, 122 Fern Road West, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6133

Couples’ Fun Night at Eaglecrest 5:00pm. Our Couples Fun Nights are back for the spring/summer season. 5pm Shotgun Start, 13 Hole Scramble, 4-Person pick your own team. Your fee includes Golf, Meal, and Prizes. Register at pro-shop. Eaglecrest Golf Course, 2035 West Island High-

way, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6311

Arrowsmith Naturalists 7:00pm. Topic: Speaker Dave Manning from Pender Island will present his experiences with Vultures, following the release of his book “The Old Man and the Vultures”. Non members welcome to attend by donation St Edmunds Anglican Church, 407 Wembley Rd, Parksville. 250-757-2328

TUE JUN 26 Ladies Night at Qualicum Beach Golf 5:00pm. Ladies Night is back for 2018, schedule as follows: Shooters, The Quarterway Pub. 4-person lady teams, Texas Scramble, book seven days in advance. Qualicum Beach Golf Club, 469 Memorial Ave., Qualicum Beach. 250-752-6312

WED JUN 27 Full Moon Practice 6:00pm. Sit and contem-

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plate, circumnabulate, meditate for a while. Kathok Centre, 2800 Grafton Ave, Coombs. 250 240 4386

THU JUN 28 Qualicum Beach Reads: Author Nights 7:00pm. Celebrating a legacy of local creativity, with a focus on the literary community. Exhibit on display June 8 - Sep 29. Seating is limited so RSVP by phone or email. Q.B. Museum, 587 Beach Road, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-5533

FRI JUN 29 2nd Annual Craft Beer and Spirits Festival 7:00pm. Live music with Dave Hart, as well as lots of beer, spirits, and food included in the cost of admission, followed by live rock band Big Daddy and a cash bar from 9 - 11 pm. Get your tickets early. Last year was a sellout. Civic Centre, 747 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach.

SAT JUN 30 Mount Arrowsmith Guided Alpine Hike 8:00am. Our ascent takes us up “Judges Route” to the highest peak and crown jewel of southern Vancouver Island’s alpine region. The route is steep and loose so be prepared to scramble, use handholds, careful foot placement, and watch for quick changes in weather as you climb up this iconic mountain. Attendance at a Hiking Information Session to learn more about what to expect when venturing outdoors is mandatory. Ravensong Aquatic Centre, 737 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach. 250752-5014

Wildlife Sea Kayak Tour (10yrs+) 9:45am. Come for a paddle in Nanoose where the views are fabulous, the wildlife is abundant and the quiet is utterly relaxing. We stop for a picnic on the beach, so pack your

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Splish Splash Everyone Welcome Swim 10:00am. A water adventure you don’t want to miss. The lifeguards are going to bring out all the pool toys for you to enjoy. From the rope swing to the snake to the dino ribs there will be water play for everyone. Regular admission. 10am-Noon Ravensong Aquatic Centre, 737 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach. 250-248-3252

Artisan Sale 10:00am. Local artisans show and sell their wares. See what local artists have to offer. Pineridge RV Park & Farm Market, 2715 Turnbull Rd, Qualicum Beach. 250-619-8047

SUN JUL 1 Canada Day Parksville 7:00am. Festivities kick off with the Shriner’s Pancake Breakfast, parade, family-focused entertainment and activities as well as the

fabulous grand finale fireworks, sponsored by Thrifty Foods. Add in food trucks, concessions, artisan booths and fun rides for the kids, and it will be a full day of family fun. See celebrate-canada-day for events calendar. Parksville. 250-248-3613

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Youth Juice House 6:30pm. Errington Hall. 250-248-5106

Acoustic Jam Night 7:00pm. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, Parksville. 250-927-4595

Double Trouble Duo 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 SAT, JUN 2

Heather Costerton 6:00pm. Bayside Resort, Parksville. 250-248-8333

Lazy Mike 7:00pm. The Shady Rest, Qualicum. 250-752-9111

Doctors of Rock 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192

Terra Zetto in concert 7:00pm. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, Parksville. 250-927-4595 SUN JUN 3

Madeline Rogers & Logan McKillop 7:00pm. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, Parksville. 250-927-4595 MON JUN 4

Kevin and Debbie 6:00pm. Black Goose Inn, Parksville. 250-586-1001 TUE JUN 5

Xtreme Karaoke 9:00pm. Rod & Gun, Parksville. 250-248-6511 WED JUN 6


Elysia Biro 6:00pm. Bayside Resort, Parksville. 250-248-8333

Lazy Mike 7:00pm. Deez Bar & Grill, Qualicum. 250-752-8055

Scott & Hope 7:30pm. Rod & Gun, Parksville. 250-248-6511 FRI JUN 8

Open Mic Night 7:00pm. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, Parksville. 250-248-6511

Fever 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 SAT JUN 9

The Enablers 7:00pm. The Shady Rest, Qualicum. 250-752-9111

Deaf Aids 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 SUN JUN 10

Music on Sunday 2:30pm. TOSH Arts Centre, Qualicum. 250-752-6133

Tangerine Swing Band 7:00pm. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, Parksville. 250-927-4595 TUE JUN 12

Xtreme Karaoke 9:00pm. Rod & Gun, Parksville. 250-248-6511 WED JUN 13

Michael Patrick 6:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 THU JUN 14

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Eastbound Train Duo 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 SAT JUN 16

Street Dance 6:00pm. Downtown Qualicum Beach.

Buffalo Pound 7:00pm. Shady Rest, Qualicum. 250-752-9111

Jazzabaelle 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 TUE JUN 19

Summer by the Sea Street Market 6:00pm. Craig St, Parksville. 250-228-5210

Xtreme Karaoke 9:00pm. Rod & Gun, Parksville. 250-248-6511 WED JUN 20

Michael Patrick 6:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 THU JUN 21

Open Mic 7:30pm. Rod & Gun, Parksville. 250-248-6511 FRI JUN 22

Reid Jamieson Concert 7:00pm. MAC, Parksville. 250-248-8185 SAT JUN 23

Mulligans 7:00pm. Shady Rest, Qualicum. 250-752-9111 TUE JUN 26

Summer by the Sea Street Market 6:00pm. Craig St, Parksville. 250-228-5210


Michael Patrick 6:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 THU JUN 28

Open Mic 7:30pm. Rod & Gun, Parksville. 250-248-6511 FRI JUN 29

Rockland Moran 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 SAT JUN 30

Doug Cox and Sam Hurrie 7:00pm. Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge, Parksville. 250-927-4595

Ryder Bachman 7:00pm. The Shady Rest, Qualicum. 250-752-9111

Enablers 7:00pm. Smoke N' Water, Nanoose. 250-468-7192 SUN JUL 1

Ginger & Blonde 1:00pm. Veterans Way Qualicum Beach.

Qualicum Beach Pipe Band 1:30pm. Veterans Way Qualicum Beach.

Backporch Banjo 3:30pm. Veterans Way Qualicum Beach.

Bruce Feltham & Friends 6:30pm. Veterans Way Qualicum Beach.

The Timebenders 7:30pm. Veterans Way Qualicum Beach.

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EVERY WEEK EVERY MONDAY TOPS 4248 Parksville 8:45am. St Anne's Church, Parksville. 250-594-0101

Fit Pilates

EVERY MONDAY Meditation & Relaxtion


7:00pm. Penny's Yoga, Parksville. 250-240-3569

10:00am. The Meadows Hall, Parksville. 250-951-9952

Badminton / Ping Pong

Yoga at Eaglecrest Golf

9:15am. Body Wellness, Parksville. 250-228-1002

7:00pm. Lighthouse Hall, Qualicum Bay. 250-757-8307

10:30am. Qualicum Beach.

Bellyfit for Women 55+


Better Body's Fitness

9:30am. Commons QB.

7:00pm. Legion #76, Qualicum. 250-752-9632

Gentle Hatha Yoga


9:30am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

7:00pm. Legion #76, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-9632

Members Yoga


9:30am. Qualicum Seniors Centre. 250-752-0420

7:00pm. Legion #76, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-9632

Members Yoga

Arbutus Toastmasters

11:00am. Qualicum Seniors Centre. 250-752-0420

Parksville Rotary Club 11:45am. Quality Resort Bayside, Parksville.

Balance Class

12:00pm. Fluid Fitness, Parksville. 250-927-4595

Oceanside Floor Curling 1:00pm. Arrowsmith Hall, Coombs. 250-586-8323

Carpet Bowling

12:45pm. Civic Centre, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-7414

Kids Summer Fun

7:00pm. Parksville Community Centre. 250-248-1926

EVERY TUESDAY Qualicum Sunrise Rotary 7:00am. Rotary House, Qualicum Beach.

Drop In Yoga 8:00am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Better Body's Fitness

9:00am. Civic Centre, Qualicum. 250-240-4840

Yoga at Eaglecrest Golf 9:00am. Qualicum Beach.

1:00pm. SOS Child, Youth & Family Centre, Parksville. 250-248-2093 ext. 237



Fun Bridge

6:00pm. Legion #49, Parksville. 250-248-5633

Rotary Club of QB

6:15pm. Rotary Park at the Beach, Qualicum Beach.


6:30pm. Christian Fellowship Centre, Qualicum.

Level 1 Yoga 6:30pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

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9:15am. Qualicum Elementary. 250-951-3001 9:15am. Qualicum Seniors Centre. 250-752-0420

Level 1 Yoga 9:30am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Music Time

10:30am. Bradley Centre, Parksville. 250-240-4840

Spinners 10:30am. Lighthouse Hall, Qualicum Bay. 778-424-1001

Intro Yoga 11:30am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Rotary Noon 12:00pm. Quality Inn Bayside, Parksville. 250-752-0794

Music Time

1:00pm. Qualicum Beach Commons. 250-947-8252

Carpet Bowling 1:00pm. Lighthouse Hall, Qualicum Bay. 250-757-9900

Ladies Pool

1:00pm. Legion #76, Qualicum. 250-752-9632

Level 1/2 Yoga


6:30pm. Community Hall, Little Qualicum. 250-752-1275

EVERY WEDNESDAY Parksville Rotary AM

7:00am. The Beach Club Resort, Parksville.

Early Bird All Levels Yoga 8:30am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Fit Pilates 9:15am. Body Wellness, Parksville. 250-228-1002

Bellyfit for Women 55+ 9:30am. Commons QB.

Painters Group

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Chair Yoga


10:00am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Members Yoga

11:15am. Qualicum Seniors Centre. 250-752-0420 12:00pm. QB Community Hall. 250-468-7478

12:45pm. Civic Centre, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-7414

Seniors Are Talking

1:00pm. SOS Centre, Parksville. 250-248-2093

Oceanside Floor Curling 1:00pm. Arrowsmith Hall, Coombs. 250-586-8323

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6:45 Chu


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Singing in French

7:00 cum


10:00am. Family Place, Parksville. 250-947-8252

6:00pm. Body Wellness, Parksville. 250-228-1002

TOPS Little Qualicum

Intro Yoga

Yoga Philosophy

6:30pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

2:30pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

10:00am. Qualicum Beach Civic Centre 250-752-1275



10:00am. Various Locations. 250-248-8515

Carpet Bowling

Cardio Pilates

4:30 250

Sole Sisters Walking

Umi Wado Kai Karate

6:00pm. Coombs Fairground Gymnasium. 250-927-3985


6:0 Bow

Rainbow Stew Cloggers

Youth Drop-In Basketball 11-15

4.0 Qua

10:00am. McMillan Arts Centre, Parksville. 250-248-8185

4:30pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273 5:30pm. Arrowsmith Elementary, Qualicum. 250-650-5451



1:30pm. Please call for location. 250-248-8714

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Parksville. 250-954-2273

Chair Yoga

Youth Drop-In Basketball 16+

1:00pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273


4.00pm Senior's Center Qualicum. 250-752-8192

9:00am. Civic Centre, Qualicum. 250-240-4840


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4:30pm. Qualicum Beach. 250-752-3750

Weight Watchers

5:00pm. Parksville Community Centre. 250-248-6234

Qigong 5:00pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Pilates 6:00pm. Body Wellness, Parksville. 250-228-1002

Magnolia Court Summer Market 6:00pm. Magnolia Court, Bowser. 250-947-5231

Belly Dancing

6:00pm. Qualicum Beach. 250-752-3750

TOPS Parksville

6:30pm. Eagles Hall, Parksville. 250-248-5295

Scottish Country Dance 6:30pm. Community Hall, Qualicum. 250-738-1555

Pilates 6:30pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Mt. Arrowsmith Pipe Band Practice 6:45pm. Arbutus Grove Church, Parksville.

Zumba Senato

6:45pm. Fluid Fitness, Parksville. 250-738-0077


7:00pm. Legion #76, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-9632

EVERY THURSDAY Members Zumba Gold

8:45am. Qualicum Seniors Centre. 250-752-0420

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9:00am. Qualicum Beach.

7:00pm. Coombs Fairground Gymnasium. 250-927-3985

Mind in Motion

Level 1 Yoga

Ladies Pool

Music Trivia Night

9:30am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

7:30pm. Legion #49, Parksville. 250-228-9057

Better Body's Fitness

Old Time Fiddlers

10:30am. Bradley Centre, Parksville. 250-240-4840

Yoga at Eaglecrest Golf 10:30am. Qualicum Beach.

Drop in Bridge

12:30pm. Qualicum Seniors Centre. 250-752-0420

Mexican Dominos

1:00pm. Legion #76, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-9632

Carpet Bowling

1:00pm. Lighthouse Hall, Qualicum Bay. 250-757-9900

Starrshine Fitness

1:15pm. Civic Centre, Qualicum Beach. 250-248-6402

ESL Conversation Group 1:30pm. Career Centre, Parksville 250-248-3205x243

Belly Dancing-Qualicum 4:30pm. Qualicum Beach. 250-752-3750

Rainbow Stew Cloggers 5:00pm. Nanoose Place. 250-468-7478

Yoga Core Strength 5:15pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-654-2273

Thursday Night Bingo

6:00pm. Legion #49, Parksville. 250-228-9057

Belly Dancing

6:00pm. Qualicum Beach. 250-752-3750

All Level Yoga 6:45pm. Bare Roots Yoga,

7:30pm. Rotary House, Qualicum Beach. 250-586-2177

EVERY FRIDAY All Levels Yoga 8:30am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273


9:00am. SOS Centre, Parksville. 250-752-2040

TOPS Nanoose Bay 9:00am. Nanoose Bay Library Hall. 250-586-5495

Weight Watchers

9:00am. Parksville Community Centre. 250-248-6234

Pilates 9:15am. Body Wellness, Parksville. 250-228-1002

50+ All Levels Yoga 10:30am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

1:30pm. Parksville Community Centre. 250-248-3252 7:00pm. Shady Rest, Qualicum Beach. 250-752-9111

Teen Swim

7:00pm. Ravensong Pool, Qualicum. 250-752-5014

Drop-In Darts

7:30pm. Legion #76, Qualicum. 250-752-9632


8:30am. Veterans Way, Qualicum Beach. 250-240-1233

Pilates 9:15am. Body Wellness, Parksville. 250-228-1002

Errington Farmers Market 10:00am. Errington Community Park, Errington. 250-586-0099

Level 1 Yoga 10:00am. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

Men's Pool

Stroke Recovery

11:00am. Legion #49, Parksville. 250-248-5633

Members Only Darts

Family Swim

9:00am. Qualicum Seniors Centre. 250-752-0420

10:00am. Ravensong Pool, Qualicum. 250-752-5014

Chair Yoga

Mid-Island Market

1:00pm. Bare Roots Yoga, Parksville. 250-954-2273

1:00pm. Parksville Museum, Parksville.

Oceanside Floor Curling



Ballroom/Latin Classes

11:00am. St Columba Presbyterian. 250-586-6766

1:00pm. Arrowsmith Hall, Coombs. 250-586-8323

1:00pm. Lighthouse Hall, Qualicum Bay. 250-757-8307


6:00pm. Legion #49, Parksville. 250-248-5633 6:30pm. Lighthouse Centre, Bowser. 778-424-9994

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LOCAL DINING Cafes, Coffee Shops & More A Step Above Cafe 250-752-9281 Cafe Adagio 250-947-5688 Awakening Cafe 250-752-3553 Bailey’s in the Village 250-752-7584 Biscotti Di Notte 250-752-3637 BoMé Cheese 250-586-2663 Bradley’s on Jensen 250-954-2085 Bread & Honey Food Co. 250-586-1021 Cafe Brie & Tea Room 250-594-2526

French Creek Bakery 250-248-2080

Serious Coffee 250-586-0188

French Press Cafe 250-752-0021

Shanna’s Place 250-248-4009

Frosteez 250-752-9281

Ship & Shore Cafe 250-757-8399

HeBrews Cafe 250-954-3343

Silly-Yak Bakery 250-752-8697

Island Drive In 250-752-3663

Starbucks Coffee 250-248-9720

Island SodaWorks 250-203-1072

Stellario’s Italian Caffe 250-954-0255

Karma Coffee House 250-248-7312

Taste Cafe & Bistro 250-586-8676

Little Qualicum Cheeseworks 250-954-3931

The Brew Coffee House 250-757-9565

Log Cabin Ice Cream 250-248-2868

Thrifty Foods 250-248-8823

Milner House Tea Room 250-752-6153

Tim Hortons 250-248-0094

Naked Naturals

Tomm’s Village Foods 250-757-8944

Cha Cha Java 250-248-4225

Parksville 250-951-0277 Qualicum Beach 250-752-0277

Cedar Sky Foods 250-248-5663

Pacific Brimm 250-248-3336

Coastal Cake Co. 250-586-6642

Perks Coffee Bar 250-468-9921

Cockney Pride 250-752-6322

Qualicum Beach Bakery 250-752-6143

Cone Zone 250-752-2003

Quality Foods

Coombs Emporium Cafe 250-248-5895

Nanoose Bay 250-468-7131 Parksville 250-954-2262 Qualicum Beach 250-752-9281

Coombs Ice Cream 250-248-6272

Riptide Lagoon 250-248-8290

Country Pies in Coombs 250-248-6415

Weinberg’s Good Food 250-335-1534 Whiskey Creek Ice Cream 250-752-9261 Wild Culture Artisan Bakery 250-752-0077

Casual / Family

Coo 250 Dai 250 Left 250 Left 250 Gar 250 Fina 250 Fish 250 McD 250 Mic 250 Mor 800 Phe 250 Rea 250 Rive 250 Smi 250

Sub 250

Taq 250

Talo 250

Tida 250

Trad 250

Tree 250

A&W Restaurant 250-248-2040

Trip 250

Aioli Seafood Restaurant 250-954-1010

Wil 250

Riso Bakery, Café & Bistro 250-390-0777

Bayside Bistro & Lounge Quality Inn 250-248-8333

Yor 250

Courtyard Cafe & Patio 250-752-4152

Riverside Resort Ice Cream 250-752-9544

Benz Lounge, Patio & Bistro 250-468-9915

Creekmore’s Coffee 250-752-0158

Sandbar Cafe & Art Gallery 778-424-9892

Black Bird Schnitzel Haus 250-752-8500

Eat Fresh Market 250-248-3007

Sandcastle Bakery 250-248-9111

Boston Pizza 250-947-9400

Farmhouse Cafe 250-248-5519

Save-On-Foods 250-390-4613

Bugaboo Burgers 250-338-3568

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Z'S 250

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Coombs Market Restaurant 250-248-6272 Dairy Queen Parksville 250-248-3433 Lefty's Fresh Food, Parksville 250-954-3886 Lefty's Fresh Food, Qualicum 250-752-7530 Gary's Bistro 250-752-5800 Final Approach Restaurant 250-752-8966 Fish Tales Cafe 250-752-6053 McDonald’s 250-248-8885 Micky J's Bar & Grill 250-752-9727 Morningstar Golf 800-567-1320 Pheasant’s Nest Restaurant 250-752-0117 Realm Food Co. 250-586-1158 Riverside Fry Co. 250-752-9544 Smitty’s Restaurant 250-248-2432

Bamboo Garden 250-248-3323

Sushi Sakura Japan 250-203-1072

Bangkok Thai Restaurant 250-248-4860

Tan’s Kitchen 250-586-8828

Bavarian Sausage House 250-248-0439

Treetop Tapas & Grill 250-248-2072

Bistro 694 250-752-0301

Smile Thai Cuisine 250-752-7148

British Bobby Restaurant 250-954-3232

White Elephant Thai Cuisine 250-586-6611

Butlers at the Mansion 250-752-5776


Cedars Restaurant & Lounge 250-248-2333

Domino’s Pizza 250-248-9296

Chameleons 250-586-5500

Nickolini’s Pizza 250-757-9996

China Garden Restaurant 250-954-2202

Oceanside Pizza Palace 250-954-3677

Cuckoo Trattoria & Pizzeria 250-248-6280

Panago Pizza 310-0001

Cview Restaurant & Lounge 250-752-6914

Salt Pizzeria 250-586-2121

Giovanni’s Ristorante 250-752-6693

Pizza Connection 250-951-2112

Henry’s Kitchen Restaurant 250-757-8288

Pizza Fresh 250-586-2013

Subway Restaurants 250-954-1947 • 250-951-9826

Kalvas Restaurant 250-248-6933

Pizza Hut 250-248-8130

Taqueria 250-248-6272

Mekong River Restaurant 250-586-8000

Talons Restaurant & Lounge 250-752-6311

Poppa’s Pizza 250-248-9121

Nemo Sushi 250-586-1212

Tidal Taco Shack 250-240-2855

New Canton Restaurant 250-752-2198

Black Goose Inn 250-586-1001

Traditional Texas BBQ 250-951-6445

Pacific Prime Restaurant 250-947-2109

French Creek Marine Pub 250-248-3713

Qualicum Sushi 250-752-5199

Crown & Anchor Pub 250-757-9444

Saigon Garden 250-248-5667

Deez Bar & Grill 250-752-8055

Sam’s Sushi 250-954-0572

Fanny Bay Inn 250-335-2323

Samurai Sushi & Teriyaki 250-951-0752

The Shady Restaurant & Pub 250-752-9111

Smoke 'N Water Restaurant 250-947-2109

Rocking Horse Pub 250-468-1735

Sushi Deco 250-586-3290

Rod & Gun 250-248-6511

Sushi Hama 250-594-9961

Sunset Lanes Sports Lounge 250-248-6411

Sushi Ichi 250-954-2020

Upper Deck Sports Bar 250-248-8333

Trees Restaurant & Bakery 250-586-2226 Triple O’s 250-468-1777 Wild Boar Bistro 250-248-0439 Yorky’s Fish’n Chips 250-954-1197 Thalassa Restaurant & Lounge 250-752-9727 Z'Samosa Food Cart 250-240-3900

International / Fine Dining Amrikko’s Indian Grill 250-951-0682

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