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Game Day Discounts: Anytime the BC Lions or Vancouver Whitecaps are playing there’ll be discounts on featured food & beverages. PlaytimeGaming.com Call to All Artists: Ginger Nine Studio & Gallery is holding a ‘Light & Shadow’ Show. Register your art by Sep 27th to be on display by Oct 5th. 250.338.6463 Wine & Cheese Cruises: 2.5hr luxury tour of Discovery Passage. Call Painters Lodge to book, 1.800.663.7090. Tasting Room Open: 40Knots Winery, Fri-Sun 125pm. 250.941.8810. Paddle Boarding: Paddle board & kayak rentals @ Comox Lake, Thu-Mon, 11am-6pm. 250.334.7674. CV Farmers Market: 9am-12pm. New products. Wednesday’s Downtown Courtenay. Saturday’s @ CV Exhibition Grounds. 250.218.0321. Fishing: Excellent time for; Coho, Tyee, Chinook, Pinks & Chums. Volunteer @ Courtenay Rec. Children’s Ctr: 338.5371 The Alberni Project: New Memorial & Exhibit Hall @ Comox Ctr Mall. The Project strives to keep alive the history of Canada’s involvement in WWII. Showing till Dec 31st, 5pm. AlberniProject.org
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COURTENAY CAMPBELL RIVER 795 Ryan Road 811 13th Ave 250.334.9638 250.286.3448 www.gotorickys.com
1 SEP SUN
11th Annual Artisans’ Festival: (til 2nd) Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens. One of the largest art festivals in BC. Upto 100 vendors. Including; Painters, pottery, unique art forms, photography, garden art, wrought iron, sculptures, jewelry, furniture, glass, fabric. Plus music, entertainment, santa’s barn concession & the gourmet girls. $10. 338.6901 / WoodlandGardens.ca Saratoga Speedway: CANADIAN AMERICAN DEMOLITION DERBY, hornet cars, figure 8 cars, road runners. SaratogaSpeedwayBC.ca Summer Concert Series - ‘Darrell & Saskia’: Simms Park, Courtenay, 7pm. 250.338.5371. Ocean Waves Square Dance: Corn Roast: Filberg Ctr, 7:30–10pm. Cathy, 250.338.7942. Blackberry Run/ Walk - Denman Island 2013 annual 8.5km run/walk. Register 9am @ Denman Island senior hall, $10. Event starts 9.45am. Refreshments & draw prizes. After, you could spend day @ Denman blackberry fair. Proceeds to breast cancer. Register forms @ Extreme Runners, Courtenay. 250.335.2441.
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The Alberni Project - Canadian Merchant Navy Veterans Day: Hosted by HCMS Memorial Exhibit. Public commemoration for Canadian Merchant Navy Veterans. New location @ Comox Ctr. Mall.
4 SEP WED
Ladies Gaming Night: Games & Grounds, 7-10pm. 2 Rooms of gaming just for the girls. Group games on different consoles. $5/p for 3hrs! 250.871.1171. CV Farmers Market: Downtown Courtenay, 9am12pm. New products at the market this year. 218.0321.
5 SEP THU
Playtime Gaming deal for Cops4Cancer: Red 21, Playtime Gaming, Courtenay. Enjoy a burger, fries & beer or wine and participate in auction & 50/50 draw. PLUS $5 free slots play voucher. Tix $25 @ CV RCMP. Proceeds to Cops 4 Cancer. PlaytimeGaming.ca FREE Dance Lesson 4 “Newbies”: Native Sons Hall, 7pm. Ballroom, latin & swing dances. 1hr free lesson. ValDance.com
6 SEP FRI
The Legendary Platters: Sid Williams Theatre, 7:30pm. While some original members have come & gone, one thing remains constant, the beauty of their music. $42.50, SidWilliamsTheatre.com / 250.338.2430 Live Band ‘Bootleg’: Griffin Pub, 250.339.4466. Live Band ‘Big Fun’: Whistle Stop Pub, 250.334.4500. Boston Pizza Island Wide Fundraising Day: $5 from every large pizza will go to supporting Tour de Rock.
7 SEP SAT
10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament: Sign up @ Whistle Stop Pub. www.WhistleStopPub.com Rotary Book Sale: Books, records, CD’s. Community Hall, 10am-4pm. Proceeds go to community projects. Saratoga Speedway: 2013 DRIFTING COMPETITION CHAMPIONSHIPS, IMCA Modifides, Bomber Cars, Heads Up Drag Racing. SaratogaSpeedwayBC.ca Magic the Gathering - Magic Celebration: Games & Grounds. (Sanctioned tournaments) Session 1, 10am. Session 2, 4pm. Pre-register, 250.871.1171. Golf Tournament: Hosted by Whistle Stop Pub, 250.334.4500. Whistle Stop Pub Golf Tournament: 250.334.4500. Live Band, ‘Enablers’: Cumberland Hotel, 336.8844.
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Just Arrived A large shipment of Jeans and Jean Jackets - this line is a favourite with our customers. Another shipment of tunic and elegant tops and pants for the office or out after 5pm. This line, with its elegant cut and designer fit proves again simply done is the most flattering of all. For casual elegance for day or evening, check out our great new fall lines.
250-752-8780 146 W. Second Ave Qualicum Beach Shop Mon. to Sat. 9:30am to 5pm Sun. & Holidays 10am to 4pm
The Ultimate Courtenay Experience! OVER 160 SLOTS + EGAMING (BLACKJACK) RED21 GAMING TAP + GRILL WITH BAR TOP SLOTS COASTERS EXPRESS BISTRO LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FUNDRAISING + PRIVATE EVENT PACKAGES LOTTERY REDEMPTION CENTRE SECURE + SAFE GAMING AMPLE FREE PARKING
“A western store and so much more!” “Pier Street” 920 Island Hwy Campbell River
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Belts buckles Souvenirs Native souvenirs & Accessories Mukluks & Moccasins
NEW HOURS boots MON-SAT 9-5:30 Hats Jackets pants SUN 11-4 Leather Fabulous Finds at the Gardens: @ Gardens on Anderton, 2012, 9am-3pm. 250.702.4186. Farmers Market: CV Exhibition Grounds, 9am-12pm. 250.218.0321 Casino Royale Fundraiser Fun: Filberg Ctr. ‘Funny money,’ casino games & more! Proceeds to 4R’s Education Ctr. 250.338.4890. Movie Under the Stars: To raise awareness about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS). Presented by Puntledge RV Campground. Special pricing for overnight camping with 50% of proceeds going to charity. 334.3743. Family Friendly Discover Art: CV Art Gallery, 2-4pm. Drop-in, interactive, visual experience. Free. 338.6211
Rd, Comox. 250.202.2851. CV Community Band NEW Season: Mark Isfeld High School, band room, 7:30pm. Sign up today, 339.5091. CV Ukrainian Cultural Society: Filberg Ctr, 7pm. All welcome, cabbage rolls for sale. Nellie 250.334.2653
8 SEP SUN
12 SEP THU
Paws for a Cause: Help support BCSPCA so they can support our furry friends. By fundraising & walking, you’re showing that animal welfare is important to you. See your local BCSPCA to get involved, spca.bc.ca Union Bay Fall Craft Fair: Union Bay Community Hall, Hwy 19, 10am-3pm. Lunch Available. Great crafts & ideas. Dave, 250.335.2317. Film Series: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’: Rialto Theatre, 5pm. Tix @ CV Art Gallery, 250.338.6211
9 SEP MON
Seeking New Recruits - Brick House Betties Junior Roller Derby Team: @ The CRI, Cumberland, 6-7:30pm. BrickHouseBetties.com Newcomers Club: Filberg Ctr 7pm 331.0743 / 941.8432
10 SEP TUE
Sustainable Pasturing of Livestock: Workshop for foodies & farm folk alike. Intro to sustainable pasturing of livestock & healthy planet helps you know how animals can be raised optimally. Plus a tour & demo of organic grass fed pastured angus beef herd & tasting of their Natural Pastures Cheese! $30 @ Beaver Meadow Farms & Natural Pastures Cheese, 1821-E Anderton
11 SEP WED
Guy’s Gaming Night: Games & Grounds, 7-10pm. 2 Rooms of gaming just for the guys. Group games on different consoles. $5/p for 3hrs! 250.871.1171. Discover CV Tourism Industry Fall Networking Mixer: Vancouver Island Visitor Centre, 5-7pm. CV Camera Club Meeting: Isfeld High School, 7-9pm. (19yrs+). 250.331.1179 Ladies Golf Night: Crown Isle Golf Resort, CrownIsle. com / 1.888.338.8439. WOW-Women of Words: 7-9pm. Social gathering to share expressive writing of stories, memoirs, poems & the like. Non-judgmental environment over tea & cookies. Christina 250.339.9996.
13 SEP FRI
Terry: Sid Williams Theatre, 7pm. Dramatic story of dynamic young man whose fierce determination earned the respect, admiration & love of people everywhere. 250.338.2430 / SidWilliamsTheatre.com Live Band ‘Enablers’: Griffin Pub, 250.339.4466. Live Band ‘XLR8’: Whistle Stop Pub, 250.334.4500. Operation Highjump: Vanier Track, 10am-3pm. Special needs track & field event. 250.339.2255.
14 SEP SAT
Magic the Gathering: Games & Grounds, 6:30pm. Booster Draft (sanctioned), 250.871.1171. Wine Tasting Dinner: Tix $25 @ Whistle Stop Pub’s Liquor, Beer & Wine shop. www.WhistleStopPub.com Saratoga Speedway: FIREWORKS! Crash to Pass, Hornet Cars, Figure 8 Cars, Road Runners, Bomber Car
Tour de Rock Events & Fund-raisers Thursday, Sept. 5 – Red 21 Event at Chances Casino, Courtenay Enjoy a burger, fries and a beer or wine Auction and 50/50 draw. Tickets are $25pp and in addition to food and entertainment; include $5 free for slots play. Tix are available at the CV RCMP detachment and proceeds go to support Cops for Cancer.
Sunday, September 22 – Zumba Glow Party, Comox Rec is hosting this fun opportunity to get fit, have fun and glow with pride as you contribute to the fight against pediatric cancer. 10am – 12noon. Tix are $10 and available at Comox Rec. There will be glow items for sale, so that your Zumba moves can be seen in the dark! ONGOINGThursday, September 12 – Ladies Night at Crown Isle, Courtenay A great time and lots of items for ladies. Tickets are available at the CV Detachment.
Friday, Sep. 6 – Boston Pizza Island Wide Fundraising Day, Van. Isl. Wednesday, September 25 – September 6th, $5 from every large pizza Black/White/Bright Tapas Night at the Old sold at all Boston Pizza locations on Van House, Courtenay Isl. will go to supporting Tour de Rock. Enjoy tapas and win, wearing black, white or bright attire. Entertainment includes Friday, Sept. 20 – Sunday, Sept 22 – 10th ceremonial dancers, a dragon boat race, Annual Dance de Rock – Dancers for silent auction, live auction and raffles. Cancer, Courtenay So you Cha Cha, Two-Step, Hustle, Waltz, Thursday, September 26 Night Club or West Coast Swing? Enjoy Thrifty Foods Pancake Breakfast, Courtenay three 3 days of activity, including 18 workshops from beginner to advanced. At the Florence Filberg Centre. reg. www. dancederock.ca
Supporting COPS for Cancer. Tour de Rock
8 and IMCA MODIFIDES CHAMPIONSHIPS! SaratogaSpeedwayBC.ca Live Band ‘XLR8’: Whistle Stop Pub, 250.334.4500. MusicFest Show ft ‘Tim Williams’: Cumberland Hotel, 250.336.8844. Black Creek Community Fair: Black Creek Community Ctr, 9am-3:30pm. Live music all day, contests, interactive events, craft vendors, kids carnival, pancake breaky & SO MUCH MORE!!! 250.337.5190 Farmers Market: CV Exhibition Grounds, 9am-12pm. 250.218.0321 Pearl Ellis Gallery Member’s Anniversary Show & Sale: (Till Oct 6) At 1729 Comox Ave. Free. PearlEllisGallery.com
15 SEP SUN
Brick House Betties Roller Derby Team Recruiting Fresh Meat: The CRI, Cumberland, 9-10:30am. BrickHouseBetties.com NIC’s International Welcome Celebration: Lewis Park, 2pm. 100’s of international students come to NIC every year. Students come to advance education while sharing their culture & learning about ours. Come for games, cake, fun & community spirit to welcome the new students to Canada. Film Series: ‘The Legend of Sarila 3D’: Rialto Theatre, 3pm. Tix @ CV Art Gallery, 250.338.6211
16 SEP MON
Ocean Waves Square Dance 4 Beginners: Free @ Courtenay Anglican Church, 7–9pm. Cathy, 338.7942.
17 SEP TUE
Pearl Ellis Gallery Member’s Anniversary Show & Sale: (Till Oct 6) At 1729 Comox Ave. Free. PearlEllisGallery.com
18 SEP WED
Ladies Gaming Night: Games & Grounds, 7-10pm. 2 Rooms of gaming just for the girls. Group games on different consoles. $5/p for 3hrs! 250.871.1171.
19 SEP THU
NIC Film Night: Stan Hagen Theatre, NIC, 7:15pm. Free screening of ‘Occupy Love’. Profound portrait of an extraordinary season of social change, ecological crisis & economic upheaval. 250.334.5000. Home-made Soup & Sandwich Lunch: Comox Legion Ladies Auxiliary, 11:30am-1:30pm. Full lunch, $8. Sml entrees, $3. + endless tea & coffee. 250.339.2112.
20 SEP FRI
Red Green: Sid Williams Theatre, 7pm. A brand new show - from the same old guy! Famous for duct tape & Possum Lodge, this icon now shares his thoughts on
“how to do everything.” $74. 338.2430 / SidWilliamsTheatre.com Live Band ‘Blue Collar’: Griffin Pub, 250.339.4466. Live Band ‘Cruze Control’: Whistle Stop Pub, 334.4500 10th Annual Dance de Rock: @ Filberg Ctr. Beginner to advanced Cha Cha, Two-Step, Hustle, Waltz, Night Club or West Coast Swing. 3 Days of activity. 18 workshops + on-site meals & entertainment! Proceeds to Tour de Rock. 250.871.2513 / DanceDeRock.ca
21 SEP SAT - International Day of Peace
The Matinée: Sid Williams Theatre, 7:30pm. Infectious roots rock with a classic rock soul. This five piece band’s single “Young & Lazy” is racing up the charts! $26. 338.2430 / SidWilliamsTheatre.com Magic the Gathering Pre-release THEROS: Games & Grounds. (Sanctioned tournaments) Session 1, 10am (2HG). Session 2, 4pm (sealed). Pre-register, 871.1171. Live Band ‘Cruze Control’: Whistle Stop Pub, 334.4500 UFC 165: Watch the fight on the big screen @ Playtime Gaming, 5pm. PlaytimeGaming.ca Live Band ‘Big Daddy’: Cumberland Hotel, 336.8844. Mind Over Mountain Adventure Race: Cumberland, 9am-5pm. 1 of Canada’s most popular adventure race series challenging the mind & body of racers over 30-50kms of rugged & visually stunning terrain. MindOverMountain.com/MOMAR Farmers Market: CV Exhibition Grounds, 9am-12pm. 250.218.0321 Teen Art Club: Courtenay Library, 10:30am-12pm. Explore different media for making art. Featuring collage making. Bring your drawings & paintings. Ages 13-17yrs. 250.334.3369.
22 SEP SUN
Magic the Gathering Pre-release THEROS: Games & Grounds. (Sanctioned tournaments) Session 3, 11am (sealed). Pre-register, 250.871.1171. Zumba Glow Party 4 Tour de Rock: Hosted by Comox Recreation Ctr, 10am-12pm. Get fit, have fun & glow with pride as you contribute to the fight against pediatric cancer. Family event. Tix $10 @ Comox Rec. Ctr. Glow items for sale @ event so your Zumba moves are seen in the dark! 250.339.2255. Ocean Waves Square Dance Kick Off Dance: Filberg Ctr, 7:30–10pm. Cathy, 250.338.7942. Film Series: ‘Feet from Stardom’: Rialto Theatre, 5pm. Tix @ CV Art Gallery, 250.338.6211.
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Nestled in the heart of downtown Courtenay in a 100 year old heritage building, you will find Sock Soirée, offering a plethora of great quality socks for women, men and children. Yep, that’s right - Socks! So often we are asked, “How did you come up with the idea to open a sock shop?” 15 years ago while visiting San Francisco’s Fishermans Wharf, I happened to stumble upon this amazing sock shop (you may know the one). My jaw dropped, my heart skipped a beat, and I quickly went in to delight in all the colours, textures, designs and patterns of leg wear! I’ve always been a “fibre fanatic”, so of course, I was awe struck.
After many hours researching how and where to buy our socks, we created a criteria. We want our socks to come from independent designers or family owned sock mills, be of high quality, and an ethical approach to the sock world. SO , we placed our first order, which was just big enough to fill a couple of totes, then set out. Once again frequenting markets, festivals and setting up as a “pop up store” we experienced such an overwhelmingly positive response that we decided it was time to set up a permanent shop. As luck has it we found a lovely character space in downtown Courtenay and within two and a half weeks of hard work we opened our sock shop, “Sock Soirée.”
Several year later, I was designing and sewing a line of clothing that Jason and I would sell at a variety of markets and festivals. The only thing we were missing, that was greatly needed, was leg wear.
Since opening in December 2012 we have more than doubled our stock, we are building an online store and are looking into designing our own sock brand, preferably made in Canada. We also have leggings, leg warmers, tights and a small selection of independently made and designed clothing.
As many of you may know, island living is not always about making a fashion statement. However, Jason and I had a vision….. keeping our toes, feet and legs warm and comfy, while chopping and bringing in the firewood, defrosting the water pipes, fixing the roof, digging the dirt, chasing the kids (you get the idea), all the while with a bit of ﬂair. Socks! Fantastically designed, great quality, comfortable socks. Hence, Sock Soirée was born! Yes, we love to put on our favourite socks and strut our stuff.
We meet so many incredible people and love hearing their “sock stories.” Its great to see so many other sock lovers get as excited for our store as I did the first time I saw a sock shop. Having our store also allows us the opportunity to continue educating ourselves and others about new and different socks, sock fabrics, sock care, sock manufacturing and a better understanding of the quality products. Both Jason and myself thrive in a creative environment, working solo, with one another or collaborating with others in the community, in all sorts of exciting projects. In the winter months we host open mic nights, as well we have year round in-store rafﬂes, contests and sales all of which help us to raise funds to then donate to local charities. We are big supporters of the arts and culture in the valley and gives all of us a chance to parade our socks. After all, if you’re going to have socks…have them be beautiful!!! Sock Soirée! - Sunday Dennis (and Jason too!) Located at 441 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay, (0pp Sid Williams Theatre) 250-334-1992
11:30am. Drop-in for stories, fingerplays & songs, nursery rhymes & more. Ages 3-5yrs. Drop-in. 250.334.3369.
23 SEP MON
27 SEP FRI
Mattina Musica - Ariel Barnes: Sid Williams Theatre, 10:30am. Co-presented with pianist Sarah Hagen who invites some of her favourite musical personalities to share the stage with her in this classical morning series. $26. 338.2430 / SidWilliamsTheatre.com
CV Food Bank Donation Gaming Special: See 24th. Live Band ‘Cranky Jack’: Griffin Pub, 250.339.4466. Live Band ‘Big Fun’: Whistle Stop Pub, 250.334.4500. 2013 Fall Home Expo Show: ( 27-29th) All your home improvement needs & interests covered under one roof. Decorators, builders remodellers, designers, suppliers & more. @Comox Rec. Ctr. Fri, 4-9pm. Sat, 9:30am5:30pm. Sun, 10am-4pm.
24 SEP TUE
CV Food Bank Donation Gaming Special: (24th27th) Games & Grounds, Donate $2 & play $2/hr (upto 4hrs), 250.871.1171. Tween Dance: LINC Ctr, 4-7pm. DJ, lightshow, prizes & more. Tix $6 or two for $10. 250.334.8138.
28 SEP SAT
Magic the Gathering: Games & Grounds, 6:30pm. Booster Draft (sanctioned), 250.871.1171. Live Band ‘Big Fun’: Whistle Stop Pub, 250.334.4500. DJ Funktion Nite: Cumberland Hotel, 250.336.8844. Farmers Market: CV Exhibition Grounds, 9am-12pm. Make a LEGO Creation: Courtenay Library, 2-4pm. Small prize for each effort! 250.334.3369. Reptile Day: Courtenay Museum. Do you like snakes lizards & reptiles? We do. Visit today to see what kind of special friends people have in their homes. 334.0686 Bingo: Cumberland Mason Lodge #26, 7pm. freemasonry.bcy.ca 250.218.0321 Dance Town Nite: Courtenay Legion. Lesson 7:30pm, Dance 8:30pm. 250.871.2513
25 SEP WED
CV Food Bank Donation Gaming Special: See 24th. Guy’s Gaming Night: Games & Grounds, 7-10pm. 2 Rooms of gaming just for the guys. Group games on different consoles. $5/p for 3hrs! 250.871.1171. Black/White/Bright Tapas Night @ The Old House: Enjoy tapas & wine while wearing black, white or bright attire. Entertainment includes ceremonial dancers, a dragon boat race, silent auction, live action & rafﬂes. 250.703.0202. CV Camera Club Meeting: Isfeld High School, 7-9pm. (19yrs+). 250.331.1179 26 SEP THU
29 SEP SUN
CV Food Bank Donation Gaming Special: See 24th.
Bridal Exhibition 2013: Comox Valley’s LARGEST wedding show @ Filberg Ctr, 11am-3pm. Meet with top wedding professionals & organize every aspect of your wedding in one day. Taste, see, feel & plan your special day! Tix, $12 @ BridalExhibition.ca
Pre-loved Fashions $2 Sale: 307d 14th St, Courtenay. (Behind St. Joe’s Lab) 10am-7pm. Accessories, purses, jewellery, shoes, boots, hats, scarves & more! 250.871.0373. Comedy Night: Red 21, Play Time Gaming. For tickets call, 334.4531 ext. 127. Thrifty Foods Pancake Breaky: Courtenay. Pre-School Stroy-time: Courtenay Library, 11-
30 SEP MON - Pro-D Day
Ocean Waves Square Dance 4 Beginners: Free @ Courtenay Anglican Church, 7–9pm. Cathy, 338.7942.
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Surf the never ending wave at Comox Lake
Located on Comox Lake in the beautiful Comox Valley, Wake the Lake offers a wide range of water sports with fully certified NCCP coaches. Wakesurfing is the newest craze to hit the water on Vancouver island. It is the ideal watersport for everyone, beginner to expert. All the equipment is supplied aboard their luxury wakeboat, Nautique super air 210. This specially designed boat creates a perfect, easy to surf, endless wave, that supplies fun all day! If your not into wakesurfing, wake the lake has other water sports options for you. Fun for all ages! Get on board with wake the lake!!
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The Legendary Platters | Sept. 6 While some original members have come and gone, the one thing that remains constant is the beauty of their music. All ages $42.50 | 7:30 pm
Terry | Sept. 13
Sponsored by Courtenay Recreation, in partnership with the Sid Williams Theatre Society and Active Comox Valley - a CVRD funded initiative.
Dramatic story of a dynamic young man whose fierce determination earned the respect, admiration and love of people everywhere. This film is rated PG. FREE community event! | 7:00 pm
Red Green | Sept. 20 A brand new show - from the same old guy! Famous for duct tape and Possum Lodge, this icon now shares his thoughts on “how to do everything.” Mem $69 | Reg $74 | 7:00 pm
The Matinée | Sept. 21 Infectious roots rock with a classic rock soul. This five piece band’s single “Young & Lazy” is racing up the charts! Mem $21 | Reg $26 | Student $21 | 7:30 pm
Mattina Musica: Ariel Barnes | Sept. 23 Co-presented with pianist Sarah Hagen who invites some of her favourite musical personalities to share the stage with her in this classical morning series. Mem $20 | Reg $25 | 10:30 am
Phone 250.338.2430 ext 1 Order online: www.sidwilliamstheatre.com
442 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay BC V9N 2J2
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Fri. Sept 6, 2013 Riddick, Winnie Mandela Fri. Sept 13, 2013 Insidious: Chapter 2 The Family Fri. Sept 20, 2013 Prisoners, Rush, Battle of the Year, Enough Said, The Wizard of Oz 3D Fri. Sept 27, 2013 Baggage Claim, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, Don Jon, Runner, Runner, Ramayya Vasthavayya,
Tue. Sept 10, 2013 Chasing Ice, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Legend of Smurfy Hollow, Star Trek Into Darkness Fri. Sept 13, 2013 Friday the 13th - Collection Tue. Sept 17, 2013 The English Teacher, The East, World War Z Bruce Lee: Collection Tue. Sept 24, 2013 Iron Man 3, Halloween, The Internship, The Kings of Summer Tue. Oct 1, 2013 The Croods, This is the End
games Sept 6, 2013 Trine 2: Goblin Menice Sept 11, 2013 NHL 13, Tekken Tag Tourn. 2 Sept 13, 2013 Prince of Persia Classic Sept 14, 2013 FTL: Faster Than Light Sept 18, 2013 Borderlands 2, F1 2012, Jet Set Radio HD, Tony Hawkâ€™s Pro HD Sept 20, 2013 Rayman Jungle Run, Torchlight 2 Sept 25, 2013 Angry Birds Trilogy, Dead or Alive, FIFA 13, Grand Theft Auto 3, Sherlock Holmes, Warcraft
Membership BLOWOUT 50% off "FULL", 25% off "LIMITED" CV Food Bank Donation Sept 24 - 27 - Donate $2 and play for $2/hr up to 4 hours.
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Board Gamin' Night Sept 7 Sat - 7:30pm. Family Game Time Tues Nights - 4-8pm Ladies Night Wed. Sept 4 & 18 - 7-10pm Guy's Night Wed. Sept 11 & 25 - 7-10pm Gamerz Connection Night Thursdays, 7pm, Meet others who like to play specific games.
Magic the Gathering - Every Day, Casual play (Sanctioned)
Sept 14 & 28 Booster Draft (sanctned) 6:30pm Sept 7 Magic Celebration 10am & 4pm Sept 21 MTG Pre-release THEROS - 10am & 4pm Sept 22 MTG Pre-release THEROS - 11am Drop in Leaque Play EDH - $10 mth
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Waverley - (250)-336-8322 Sep 13 Orkestra Slivovica - Balkan brass band, $15 Sep 27 Elliott Brood - $25 Zocalo Café (250) 331-0933 Sep 17 Black Swan Fiddlers - Traditional Irish Tunes Sep 23 Ralph Barrat - Jazz player & singer Flying Canoe West Coast Pub (250) 331-4006 Friday’s & Saturday’s Live DJ & Dance Party Sunday’s The Voice - Karaoke w/ Milo, 9pm Backstreet Pub (250) 898-8768 Sunday’s Acoustic Jam
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Things To Do In Wake the Lake @ Comox Lake: 250.650.9253 / WakeTheLake.ca Wake surfing, boarding, skating, skiing, tubing & banana boating. Hands-on Petting Zoo: Filberg Park Grounds, Comox. Open 10am-4pm, $2. BMX Racing: @ Coal Hills BMX Racing www.coalhillsbmx.com for schedule Paddle Boarding: Paddle board & kayak rentals @ Comox Lake, 250.334.7674. www.ComoxValleyPaddleBoarding.com Splash Park: Lewis Recreation Ctr. 5th St, Court. Shelter Point Distillery Tours: Min. Group of 6 $15 pp, 1-778-420-2200. 4650 Regent Rd. Oyster River (near Saratoga) Paddle Boarding: Paddle board & kayak rentals, Comox Lake ComoxValleyPaddleBoarding.com 250-334-7674 Wine Tasting and Tour: Coastal Black Wine 2186 B Endall Road, Black Creek, Noon to 5pm everyday! www.coastalblack.ca 250 337-8325 Wine Tasting and Tour: 40 Knotts Winery - 2400 Anderton Rd. Comox. 40KnotsWinery.com 250-941-8810 Swimming: $5 @ Comox Valley Outdoor Pool 250 338-5371 489 old island Highway Swimming $5.40 - Adult @ Comox Valley Aquatic Centre 25mtr lap pool, Whirlpool, Wave pool. Steam Room and Sauna. (250) 334-2527 600 377 Lewrick, Ocean Swimming: Free @ Saratoga Beach/ Miracle Beach Off Highway 19 Walk the Air Park: free great views. Courtenay, Off Cliff Ave. turn onto Mansfield Rd. Farmers Market: Saturdays 9am-12pm at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds. 4839. Headquarters Road, Courtenay - 250-334-9662. Accepts Debit & Credit Cards Art Gallery: Free @ Comox Valley Regional Art Gal-
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Pool Tourny & Poker Nite : Griffin Pub 339.4466 Lunchtime Revitalizer Yoga: Freedom Now Yoga, 12:10-12:50pm. 871.7225 Pump Fit w/ Paulette: Fitness Excellence Gym, 5:30pm. 897.3552 Football Night: Chances. 334.4531 NFL Game - Day Spin 2 Win: Playtime Gaming. Win prizes ranging from gift cards to jerseys. 250.334.4531. Jr. Roller Derby: CRI, Cumberland, 6-7:30pm. BrickHouseBetties.com, 250.334.7460. Strathcona Symphony Orchestra: 6:30pm Vanier High School band rm, 331.0158 Wing Chun King Fu: Learn combat weapon skills @ Native Sons Hall, 6:30-8:30pm. 338.5371. Till Aug 15. CV Orcas Synchronized Swim Team: CV Sports Ctr, 4-6pm. 6yrs+. Leona, 941.2021 Square Dance Lessons: 1st two lessons free. Chris 923 9492 / Geo 287.9006 / Fred 287.3345 Square Dancing: Anglican Church, 7-9pm. Karin, 338.7942 Karaoke: Avalanche Pub 331.0334 Forbidden Plateau Barbershop Chorus: 7pm Bruce 871.7740 / Vic 890.0551 Tot & Mom Swim: 6 & Under CV Sports Ctr. 4-6pm 50 + Aquafit: CV Sports Ctr. 9-10am / 1:15-3pm / 7:158:15pm 334.9622 Bingo: Comox Legion 7pm Square Dance: Anglican Church 7-9pm, Cathy 338.7942 Zumba: Black Creek Com. Hall, 6:15-7:15pm, 337.5190 Dodgeball: Miracle Beach School , 6:30-7:30pm.337.5190 Duplicate Bridge: Lion’s Den, Comox, 7pm. cvdbc.com
Auctions: Fine art, jewellery, china, pottery, gold, antiques etc. 1161 Hudson Rd, Comox, 6pm. AuctionHouseVi.com
1HR Energizer Yoga: Freedom Now Yoga, 8-9am. 871.7225 Just For Fun Spin: Fitness Excellence Gym, 6:30pm. 897.3552 Family Game Time: Games & Grounds, 4-8pm, $5/hr for whole family, 250.871.1171. Courtenay Train Station Grace Outreach: Guitar, Banjo, old time gospel songs. 334.2433. Basketball: Lewis Ctr, 8-10pm, $5 drop-in. Till 30th Tween Nites: LINC Ctr, Different out-trips, 334.8138. CV Community Band: Mark Isfeld High School, Band Rm, 7:30pm. Players of all ages & skill levels welcome. Pat, 339.5091 Toonie Tuesday Draft: Bridge Lounge, 6pm 703.2881 Open 9 Ball: Bridge Lounge, 6pm 703.2881 Jam Night w/ Live Band, “Remedy”: Avalanche Pub, 9pm, 331.0334 CV Band Rehearsals: Mark Isfield Band Rm 7:30pm Everyone Swim: CV Ctr 7-9pm & 11:30-1pm Bingo: Elks Hall 7pm 334.4740 Extreme Runners Group: 9am 703.9544 Lengths Swim: CV Aquatics Ctr, 6am-3pm
Tweens Day Out: LINC Ctr. (9-12yrs) 4-6pm 338.5371 Mens Hockey: CV Sports Ctr. 11:45am-12:45pm Public Swim: CV Sports Ctr, 6-8pm. Shallow Aquatics: CV Ctr 9:15-10:15am. 55+ Strength Class: Lewis Ctr. 10:30am. Teen Swim: 16+ CV Sports Ctr. 8-9pm 9 Ball Pool Drop In: Bridge Lounge, 7pm. 703.2881 Evening Energizer: Black Creek Com. Hall 6:15-7:15pm, 337.5190 Argentine Tango: Lessons, @ The Bridge Lounge, 8pm
Blues Jam: Cumberland Hotel, 8:30-11:30pm, Hosted by David Spragge, 336.8844. Wacky Wednesdays: Griffin Pub, Piano Bar with Rob Petrie. 250.339.4466 Poker Nite: Whistle Stop Pub 7pm CV Farmers Market: Downtown Courtenay, 9am12pm. New products at the market this year. 218.0321. Free Pool: Bridge Lounge. Bar & patio opens 1pm. 703.2881 CV Orcas Synchronized Swim Team: CV Sports Ctr, 4-6pm. 6yrs+. Leona, 941.2021 Pool & Poker Nite: Avalanche Pub, 331.0334 Loonie Tunes Karaoke: The Mex Pub Baby & Mom Fun: Lewis Ctr (7-12mnths) 10-11.15am Columbian Women: CV Womens Ctr, 6-7pm. CV Toastmasters: 7-9pm Lewis Ctr. Brian 331.3687 LINC: drop in activities $2, 3-8pm. La Leche League Meetings: Breast Feeding Support Group, CV Unitarian Fellowship, 10am-12pm. 941.6450. Girls on the Move: LINC 11yrs, 4-6:30pm 338.5371 Tot & Mom Swim: 6 & Under CV Sports Ctr. 4-6pm The Abby Studio: Tango Lessons 339.2325 50 + Aquafit Swim: CV Sports Ctr. 1:15-3pm 55+ Strength Class: Lewis Ctr, 10:30am. Tai Chi: Black Creek Com. Hall 7:30-8:30pm, 337.5190 Swing Dancing: The Bridge Lounge, 7:30pm. 55+ Strength Class: Lewis Ctr, 10:30am.
Karaoke: Cumberland Hotel, 9pm-1am, 336.8844 Girls Night Out: Golf, dinner, prizes, $25/p. All experience levels welcome. LongLands Golf, 339.6363 FREE Pool & Juke Box: Cumberland Hotel 336.8844 Hatha Flow Yoga: Freedom Now Yoga, 5:30-7pm. 871.7225 25c Wings & 35c Prawns: Whistle Stop Pub, 334.4500 Poker Nite : Griffin Pub 339.4466 Live Entertainments Returns: Playtime Gaming. Gamerz Connection Nite: Games&Grounds, 7pm, Meet ppl who like to play specific games. Bring own games or see what’s here. All kinds of games welcome. 871.1171. Comedy Nite: Avalanche Bar, 9pm, $10. 331.0945. Road Hockey Intramural League: LINC Ctr, 5pm. 10yrs+, $2 drop-in includes snacks & drinks. 334.8138. Duplicate Bridge: Lion’s Den, Comox, 1pm. cvdbc.com CV Childrens Choir: Mark Isfeld Secondary, Band Rm. Everyone Swim: CV Aqua Ctr 7-9pm, 11:30am-1pm. Tourette Syndrome Family Support 338.9969 Coal Hills BMX: Racing 6pm 339.0370
23 60 Minutes Toastmasters: Conference rm @ CRA, 121pm. Increase confidence, public speaking & leadership skills. All Welcome. email@example.com Lengths Swim: 6am-3pm CV Aquatics Ctr. LINC: drop in activities $2, 3-8pm Public Swim: CV Sports Ctr, 6-8pm. Shallow Aquatics: CV Aquatics Ctr, 9:15-10:15am. Teen Swim: 16 & over CV Sports Ctr, 8-9pm. Open Jam Nite: The Mex Pub 8pm 55+ Yoga: Filberg Ctr, 10:15am. Power Spin: Lewis Ctr. 6-7:15pm, till Aug29, 338.5371. Zumba: Black Creek, 6pm, 337.5190 Live Music w/ Monkey Wrench: Bridge Lounge, Family Floor Hockey: Miracle Beach School , 6-7pm. 337.5190
Karaoke: Cumberland Hotel 9pm-1am, 336.8844.Live Bands: Griffin Pub, 339.4466 NEW: Spirit FM - Holy Spirit Rock Show. 7pm, ft. 26 classic rock & other genre songs about Jesus - Told in parts by the Beatles, John Fogerty, Robert Plant, Elvis Presley, Steve Miller, The Doors, Bob Dylan & more. Tune in to www.spirt-fm.ca live streaming or 88.7FM. House Band ‘Big Fun’: Whistle Stop Pub, 334.4500 Games & Grounds BBQ Dinner: Gourmet burgers, smokies & veggie options.See ad in this issue. Fat Burner Spin w/ Maggie: Fitness Excellence Gym, 9:15am. 897.3552 / www.fitex.ca for full schedule Tasting Room Open: 40Knots Winery, Fri-Sun, 125pm. 941.8810 TGIFridays: Pick the Ace of Spades & Win $850 or more! Griffin Pub, 339.4466. LongLands Golf Course Specials: Seafood Friday’s Platter for 2, $29. 250.339.6363. Wine & Chocolate by Bike: Explore the Valley, afternoons, $69, 3.5hrs, 1.855.830.8522. Seniors Dance: Rotary Hall, Filberg Ctr, 7:30-10:30pm. Live band every week. 250.338.1000 Dancing Freedom: @The Little Red Church, 2182 Comox Ave, 7-9pm. Get out of your head & into your body. Till Mar 22nd. www.inspiredearthprojects.com Top 40 DJ / Live Band: Bridge Lounge. 9pm. Rock Out @ The Rec: Comox Rec.Ctr. Fitness Studio, 6:30-8:30pm. 14-30yrs. Great Music. 339.2255 DJ Mike on The Mic: Avalanche Bar. Free. Best dancing tunes in Valley. Requests all night, 331.0945 Family Fun: Comox Rec. 6:30-8:30pm, $2, Walleyball, Squash, Racquetball, Basketball, Indoor Soccer, Table Tennis, Plasma car races, 339.2255 Drop In Darts Nite: Comox Legion 7pm CVRD Composting: 4795Headquarters Rd. 12-5pm Fun Bingo: CV Lions Charity 7pm 339.6232 LINC: drop in activities $2, 3-11pm Public Swim: CV Sports Ctr, 10-1:15pm
9 & Dine: 9Hole green fee & choice of 3 dinner entrees for $20. LongLands Golf Course, 250.339.6363. Name That Tune with VaLori & Friends: Griffin Pub, 339.4466 (see ad in this issue). Live Bands: 9pm-1am, Cumberland Hotel. 336.8844 House Band ‘Big Fun’: Whistle Stop Pub, 334.4500 Magic the Gathering - Booster Draft: Games & Grounds, (sanctioned) 6:30pm. 250.871.1171.
Karaoke: Playtime Gaming, 9pm. PlaytimeGaming. com (excluding UFC events) Tasting Room Open: 40Knots Winery, Fri-Sun, 125pm. 941.8810 CV Farmers Market: CV Exhibition Grounds, 9am12pm. New products at the market this year. 218.0321. Cardio Jam: Courtenay Rec. Fitness, 9-10:15am. Hiphop, latin ﬂair & fun workout. 250.338.5371. CV Appetizer Tour: 9am-1pm. Farmer’s market, breaky, visit 2 sites (either winery, distillery or brewery). Island Gourmet Trails. IslandGourmetTrails.ca DJ Mike on The Mic: Avalanche Bar. Free. Best dancing tunes in Valley. Requests all night, 331.0945 540 Express: St Peter’s Anglican 5:40pm, 339.3016 Boot Camp: Black Creek Com. Hall 9-10:30am, 337.5190 Top 40 DJ: 9pm. Bridge Lounge. Sip N Shop: In Gift Shop & Tasting Room. 40 Knots Winery, 2400 Anderton Rd, Comox. 12-5 pm. 250.941.8810
Free Pool All Day: Griffin Pub. 339.4466. Tasting Room Open: 40Knots Winery, Fri-Sun, 125pm. 250.941.8810. Red Eye Jam Nite: Avalanche Pub, 331.0945 Youth Group LINC: Drop in activities $2, 3-8pm. Texas Holdem: The Mex Pub 2pm Karaoke: The Bridge Lounge, 8pm. Sip N Shop: In Gift Shop & Tasting Room. 40 Knots Winery, 2400 Anderton Rd, Comox. 12-5 pm. 250.941.8810
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Boxing: CV Boxing Club, cvboxingclub.com Climbing: Lewis Ctr Outdoor Climbing Wall, 338-5371 Climbing: Cumberland Indoor Climbing Wall, 336-2231 Disc Golf: Island Disc Golf, Craig, islanddiscgolf.com Dodgeball: CV Sports & Social Club, Scott, 898-7286 Flag Football: CV Sports & Social Club, Scott, 898-7286 Floor Hockey: Cty Knights, Tim, 703-5599 Floor Hockey: CV Sports & Social Club, Scott, 898-7286 Football: CV Raiders, Chris, comoxvalleyraiders.com Golfing: Glacier Greens, 339-6515 Golfing: Longlands, 339-6363 Golfing: Crown Isle, 703-5000 Golfing: Sunnydale, 334-3232 Golfing: Mulligans 338.2440 Golfing: Saratoga OPEN AGAIN 250-337-2208 Gymnastics: Chimo Gymnastics, 339-2255 Hockey: CV Minor Hockey, Dale, 339-0952 CV Glacier Kings Jr. Hockey Iris 250.338-5409 Womens Hockey: Breakers Pam- 250.897-1253 Whalers- 250.338-9786 Ice Skating: Tami 250.334-3179 Indoor Soccer: CV Sports & Social Club, Scott, 898-7286 Kickball: CV Sports & Social Club, Scott, 898-7286 Lawn Bowling: Cty Lawn Bowling, 338-9431 Meditation Foundation Classes: Womans Path of Healing, 203.4195. Mini Golf: Miracle Beach, 337-5336 Roller Derby: Krystal - 898-7427 Rugby: Kickers Rugby, Eric, 792-1215 Running: CV Road Runners, Jack, 331-0162 Reiki (All Levels): Womans Path of Healing, 203.4195 Slo-Pitch: CV Mixed Slopitch, Mike, 338-5001 Soccer: CV United Soccer, Matthew, 334-0422 Softball: CV Minor Softball, 336-2231 Skiing: Mt Washinton Ski Club. John 250.897-6058 Nordic: Barb Kelly, 250.339-1904 Ultimate Frisbee: CV Sports & Social Club, Scott, 898-7286 Freedom Now Yoga: 333-5th St, 250-871-7225 Yogic Stress Management: Womans Path of Healing, 203.4195 WATER / OUTDOOR & TRAIL Dragon Boat: Christine 250.338-7149 Caving: Horne Lake Caves, 248-7829 Canoe Club: Annie 250.339-1978 Horseback Riding: Sweetwater Stables, 218-9837 Hiking: CV Mountaineering Club. Ken 250.336-2101 Kayaking: CV Kayaks, 334-2628 Laser Tag: North Island Battlefield, Andy, 202-3484 Rowing: CV Rowing Club, Trish, 337-8331 Sailing: CV Yacht Club, John Walker, 335-0482 Sailing: Comox Bay Club, Brian, 250.338-9182 Scuba Diving: Pacific Pro Scuba, 338-6829 Snowboarding: Jump Camp, Patrick, 898-8891 Swimming: CV Sharks; Albert 250.871.5927 Swimming: Blue Devils Club: Kathleen 250.338-0097 Triathlon: CV Tri K, Rick Gibson, 334-3124 Wilderness: Strathcona Wilderness Institute, 338-9962 Windsurfing: Compass Adventure Sailing, 334-0741
New members welcome in September Fresh Meat Practices: Sun 9:00-10:30am Mon 7:30-9:00pm Where: Cumberland Recreational Institute 2665 Dunsmuir, Cumberland More info: www.brickhousebetties.com facebook.com/BrickhouseBetties
RECREATION DIRECTORY Visitor Centre: (250) 400-2882 Community Centres / Halls:
Native Sons Hall: (250) 338-1000 Lewis Centre: (250) 338-5371 Florence Filberg Centre: (250) 338-1000
Comox Recreation Centre: (250) 339-2255 Courtenay Lewis Recreational Centre: (250) 338-1000
Cumberland Recreational Institute: (250) 336-2231Â CV Aquatic Centre: (250) 334-2527 CV Sports Centre: (250) 334-9622 LINC Youth Centre: (250) 334-8138 Codes Country Lanes: (250) 334-4051
Courtenay & District Museum: (250) 334-0686 Cumberland Museum & Archives: (250) 338-2838 Comox Air Force Museum: (250) 339-8162
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