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Ballet Kelowna performs the e ormance of: full length performance Passages April 16th, 7:30pm Presented by AEM Alexis Event Management Info at 604-302-2005 Reserved seating

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12th Annual Fiddlerama March 16th Saturday 7pm A showcase of Canadian Fiddle Music Patti Lamoureux, Mick Sanyshyn & Karrnel Sawitsky & The Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers! TICKETS AT THE DOOR - Adults $10 Children/Seniors $5

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February 26th - March 16th Jackie Blair McSween and Murdoch McSween A Bond of Nature and Art Rock Family Gallery See Page 28 March 1st – 17th Opening Nite Theatre Death Among the Delphiniums See Page 10 March 4th at 7pm The Rebelle Reel on The River See Page 13 March 8th Home Routes Concert Jess Reimer Mission Arts Council, 33529 1st Avenue See Page 14 March 9th Mission Coffee House Concert Series Mission Community Activity Centre, 33100 10th Ave Open stage 7pm; Main act 8pm. See Page 16 March 11th at 7pm Moonrise Kingdom Reel on The River See Page 13 March 13th Adopt-A-Block AGM See Page 16 March 15th, 8pm Maeve MacKinnon Trio Harrison Memorial Hall See Page 14 March 15th 6:30pm ACES Movie Night & Seed Exchange See Page 18

March 16th, 7 pm 12th Annual FIDDLERAMA Clarke Theatre www.heritageparkcentre.com April 7th Mission Horse Club Games Show See Page 24

March 17th Adopt-A-Block 2nd Annual St. Patties Day Pick & P Pub Event See P Page 16

April 9th - April 27th ArteScapes “Bugs and Crawly Creatures”. Mission’s Elementary and Pre-school students Rock Family Gallery See Page 28 April 13th Mission Coffee House Concert Series Mission Community Activity Centre, 33100 10th Ave See Page 16

March ch 18th 9am 9am-12pm 12pm Youth Unlimited Bunny Wars See Page 17 March 19th - April 6th Mission Artists Association Exhibition Rock Family Gallery See Page 28 March 21st 12pm Cultural Rescoures Commission Dialogue Mission Leisure Centre, 7650 Grand Street 3rd Thurs of each month, www.mission.ca/culture March 23rd 10am – 2pm Mission City Farmers Market Seedy Saturday Heritage Park Secondary School, 33700 Prentis Avenue See Page 21

April 13th 12pm Cultural Rescoures Commission Dialogue Mission Leisure Centre www.mission.ca/culture April 16th Home Routes Concert Silk Road Mission Arts Council, 33529 1st Avenue See Page 14 April 16th, 7:30pm Ballet Kelowna performs Passages Clarke Theatre See Page 7 April 20th Hollywood Nights Gala Mission Hospice Society See Page 7

March 27th 10am – 4pm FV Needlearts Guild Cedarbrooke Chateau, 32331 7th Ave 4th Wed of each month. www.eac.ca 604-814-3562

April 20th Trailblazer All Mountain Race Series Fraser Valley Mountain Bike Association See Page 18

March 30th 8pm Carlos del Junco & The Blues Mongrels Harrison Memorial Hall See Page 14 March 31st Elks Annual Easter Egg Hunt Fraser River Heritage Park, 7494 Mary Street See Page g 23

April 20th 8pm The 24th Street Wailers Harrison Memorial Hall See Page 14 April 21st Adopt-A-Block Earth Day See Page 16 April 26th – May 12th Opening Nite Theatre Nana’s Naughty Knickers See Page 10

March 16th 3pm St. Patrick’s Day Party The Legion See Page 19 March 16 16th 3pm Rotary St. Patrick Patrick’s sD Day Party Silverdale Sil d l H Hallll See Page 19

April 27th All Day Annual Ukrainian Cultural Festival See Page 4 March 31st & April 1st Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Kilby See Page 23

April 28th Mission Horse Club English/Western Show See Page 24

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The Canadian Mosaic Project Comes To Mission!

Since the beginning of the Canadian Mosaic Project on October 1st, 2008, 16,040 portraits from every province and territory in Canada have been created by photojournalist, Tim Van Horn. Every year until 2017, Tim Van Horn will traverse the Canadian cultural landscape, interviewing and photographing thousands of Canadians. Each one of us has a story to tell and to share. The Canadian Mosaic project brings our unique, interconnected stories together into one spell-binding visual. During the month of January Tim was in Mission taking photos. We’re very privileged that Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and the surrounding area will be included in this fanastic project. The Canadian Mosaic project’s mission is to create an astonishing 36,000 portraits. This number represents a seemingly miniscule .1% of the population of Canada but it will be the most comprehensive portrait ever created on the Canadian people. On Canada Day in 2017, for Canada’s 150th birthday, a larger-than-life 30x100 foot &DQDGLDQà DJPRVDLFZLOOEHXQYHLOHGDWDPDMRU&DQDGLDQPXVHXP This living tapestry of life, will play an instrumental role to bring together the people of Canada. The mission is to form, capture and assemble visually, the WUXHUHà HFWLRQRIWKH&DQDGLDQFXOWXUDOLGHQWLW\WKHSHRSOHWKHSODFHVDQG positive values as the centre.

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Hollywood Nights Gala Supporting the Mission Hospice Society

Saturday, 20 April 2013 At the Best Western Mission

The Premiere “Gala of the Year” • Walk the RED CARPET and be one of the STARS for the evening • Dodge the PAPARAZZI trying to get an exclusive picture of YOU • Live Auction and Silent Auction • Prizes • Comedian MC – Cliff Prang • Dancing to Momentary Lapz • Raffles • Fabulous Gourmet Buffet and Cash Bar Tickets $85.00 each for more information and registration go to http:conta.cc/10d6Bcd or available at the Mission Hospice Society office, 7311 James Street, Mission 604-826-2235

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Parks, Recreation & Culture Special Event Swims Wet & Wild Spring Crafts Wed, March 6, 13 & 20 7pm - 8pm Swimming with an added bonus! Crafty fun with an aquatic theme.

Lucky Leprechaun Swim Sun. March 17 1pm - 3pm St. Patrick’s day with themed games & more! Fun for the whole family!

Bunny Madness Sat, March 30 1pm - 3pm Come out to our Bunny Madness pool event to join in with the fun! Games & prizes!

Spring Break Camps Camp Wanarok March 18 to 22nd | 8:15am – 6pm | Mon-Fri, 5-12yrs, $28 per day Kids enjoy activities such as swimming, sports, games, arts and crafts and more.

Rocketry Camp March 18, 22 & 23 | 3:30pm – 6:30pm | Mon/Fri/Sat, 3 Classes, 8-16yrs, $78 Join Rocket Commander Farion as he guides Rocketeers through the construction of two exciting model rockets and their upward launch.

Golf - Spring Break Camp March 18-2 | 9am – 12pm & 1am – 4pm | Mon-Thu, 4 Classes, 7-13yrs, $155 This youth oriented golf camp will introduce students to the fundamentals, rules and etiquette of the golf game, All necessary equipment is included. Cedar Ridge Golf Course

Girls Only! Roller Derby Girls just want to have fun – and what a better way, then on roller skates! Roller skates required, protective gear provided! Thursdays, March 28-May 2 – 6 sessions only $10! 6 - 8 years 9 -12 years 13 - 18 years

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Teddy Bear Picnic Saturday April 20th | 1-2:30pm Bring your Teddy Bear to our very own Teddy Bear Picnic! With snacks, songs, stories, crafts and a bouncy castle of fun, you and your bear will be very busy! 8

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The Business and Professional Women’s Club of Mission Wednesday, March 27th Speaker: Satwinder Bains, University of the Fraser Valley Satwinder is a long time advocate of cross-cultural education. Please make your reservations by midnight, Monday, March 25, 2013. Wednesday, April 24th Speaker: Jo Priestley “How to Sell Yourself” www.jopriestleystudiopotter.com Please make your reservations by midnight, Monday, April 22, 2013.

Registration starts at 11:15am, Lunch served at 11:45am, program ends at 1:00pm Costs: $15 Members, $20 Guests This is a kind reminder that 2012-2013 Membership fees at $100.00 are due! RSVP by email: bpw.mission@gmail.com Where: Cedarbrooke Chateau, 32331 7th Ave Mission, 604-820-9300

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100 Years of Making a Difference! What if every child finished high school, went to college or university, got a job and gave back to our community? Wouldn’t that be something? There is no more important investment we can make than in helping our nation’s children realize and share their full potential. For 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been making a positive difference in the lives of Canada’s youth by developing and implementing a wide range of mentoring programs. Big Brothers Big Sisters partners with individuals, corporations and service groups to provide practical solutions to the challenges facing today’s children and families. Children benefit from contact with adult role models; BBBS creates one-on-one and small group matches between screened adults and children. Volunteers are subject to professional screening and ongoing supervision.

Can you step up? Witnessing the transformation of a child into a confident young person is a remarkable thing! For more information please visit our website www.mentoringworks.ca Start something big and become a mentor today!

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Two Great Performances from The Opening Nite Theatre Fridays and Saturday’s at 8pm - Sunday’s at 2pm Death Among The Delphiniums A Murder Mystery by Thea Bates March 1st – 17th Nana’s Naughty Knickers A comedy by Katherine DiSavino April 26th – May 12th

Tickets $12 Available from Murdoch’s Book Shoppe on 1st Ave or on the door. 33223 Railway Ave

How Eggstraordinary! A Look at Easter Traditions Although the Easter weekend is the principal religious feast of the Christian year, most of its traditions have no basis in Christianity at all. In fact, the Jewish festival of Passover is closely linked to Easter by dates and symbolism. Passover, also known as Pesach, was celebrated long before the birth of Jesus. Before Easter was used as a name for this holiday, early Christians celebrated ‘Pascha’, a word derived from Pesach. The word ‘Easter’ comes from an AngloSaxon fertility goddess called Eostre, who was associated with spring and new beginnings. Both Easter and Passover centre around re-birth and bond neatly with the Anglo-Saxon festival of ‘Eostremonath’ – Eostre’s month. Hot cross buns, traditionally eaten on Good Friday, are linked to Passover. Originally they were unleavened bread, an important Passover food. Nowadays, they are more palatably leavened and marked with a cross to serve as a reminder of the crucifixion.

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But where does the tradition of eating chocolate eggs come from? In the times of Eostre, eggs were given as gifts to celebrate the end of winter and as a symbol of new life. And need I mention the fertility characteristic of an egg? A traditional dish at a Passover meal is Beitzah, a hardboiled egg to represent life. All this evolved into Christians decorating the shells with colourful patterns and then moved onto our familiar, delicious chocolate Easter eggs. Well, that’s the eggs worked out. But an Easter Bunny? A rabbit that lays eggs! Not to mention the need for these eggs to be hunted for and rolled down a hill. Well, the origin of the rabbit isn’t too hard to decipher. We go back to the goddess Eostre again. Her sacred animal was the hare. Rabbits are similar to hares and rather more common. Therefore the two creatures became interchangeable. And of course rabbits are well-known for their prolificacy… so I’m afraid we’re back to fertility symbolism again. The Easter Bunny and egg hunts seem to have started in Germany in the 16th century. Children

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made nests in the garden and, if they were good, the Easter Bunny would leave them coloured hard-boiled eggs to find the next morning. This tradition travelled to America with early German settlers but was substituted with chocolate eggs and a more interesting egg hunt. Egg rolling on Easter Monday is a strange old custom, that is said to represent the rolling away of the stone blocking Jesus’ tomb. Also known as Pace-Egging, derived from the word Pesach, it has been fun for centuries, but nobody is sure why. Perhaps it originated as a way of getting everyone out of the house for some much-needed exercise after a long weekend of feasting? Suki North


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Valley Women’s Network Luncheon Meetings

Enjoy a beverage over a free consultation of your desired outcome and proceed with our licensed trained professional results Your little hide-away!

Thursday, March 14th Thursday, April 11th The luncheon runs from 11:30 am-1:00 pm. Vendor tables available.

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Pre-registration is required. Email: vwn.mission@gmail.com. Guests: ($17/lunch) Members: ($15/lunch)

Your First Appointment

Where? Royal Canadian Legion, 32627 Logan Ave.

Yearly membership rate July ‘12 - June ‘13 $40.00.

33040 A First Ave, Mission loveyourselfspa@shaw.ca 604-814-2080

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Two Lovely Cats Looking for a Loving Home... To visit Tiny and Twix or our other cats call 604-820-2977 for our hours. 33103 North Railway Ave, Mission

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Tiny has been at our centre for just over a year. He is a playful, 6 year old, neutered, orange tabby, male. Tiny would enjoy a busy household with older children to keep him stimulated. He loves to play but has a quiet side to him too! Do you have a cozy couch for Tiny to curl up on to watch TV after a busy day?

This handsome, active, adolescent was left behind when his owner moved away and didn’t take him. Twix loves to play and is very inquisitive but will require an experienced owner who can teach him some manners. He would be best with older children as sometimes he doesn’t know his own strength. Are you up for a challenge?

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Canada’s submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, REBELLE is an extraordinary portrait of survival. Shot in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the film is narrated by fourteen-year-old Komona. Abducted by a rebel army that invades her small village she is inducted into the brutal lifestyle of the child soldier. While the world of this young girl is tragic, her story is one of formidable courage and unquenchable hope. The director conveys violence by implication and atmosphere rather than through direct depiction. The performances from the mostly non-professional cast are vivid and authentic, particularly that of Rachel Mwanza who won Best Actress prizes at both Berlin and Tribeca film festivals.

Director Wes Anderson brings a strong ensemble cast, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Bruce Willis and Edward Norton, to this amusing and dazzlingly inventive fable of young love. Set in 1965, a star-crossed romance is about to shake a small New England community to its very foundations. Twelve-year-old misfits Sam and Suzy decide to run away together triggering a frantic search by uncomprehending parents, local police and earnest Boy Scouts. Anderson fans will enjoy the intricate visuals, quirky humour and carefully curated soundtrack he brings to this nostalgic love letter.


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Home Routes Concerts at The MAC Home Routes Concerts are all about bringing great live artists to small cosy venues. There’s a whole circuit being held in homes across Canada. We in Mission are lucky to have the Mission Arts Council (The MAC) host them in their lovely, intimate heritage building on First Ave. Here’s what you can enjoy over the next 2 months…

Jess Reimer – March 8t 8th th Silk Road – April 16th Doors open at 7:30pm, concert starts at 8:00pm 8:00pm. Tickets $15 Mission Arts Centre & Gallery 33529 First Ave, Mission Tickets $15 available at 604-826-0029 or maca ma cart ca rt@s rt @ssha @ haw. w.ca w. c ca macart@shaw.ca

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Maeve MacKinnon Trio Friday, March 15th, 8pm Singing in Gaelic and English, with a repertoire spanning traditional, contemporary and now original material, Maeve Mackinnon is renowned for the eloquent and emotional connection she forges with every song, communicated in a bewitchingly honeyed, husky, yet vibrantly earthy voice.

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The 24th Street Wailers Saturday, April 20st, 8pm One of the most original and exciting blues bands on the scene today, The Wailers quickly developed their tight grooves, charismatic live show, and original repertoire in the three years they have been together. Harrison Memorial Hall, Harrison Hot Springs For tickets or information (604) 796-3664 or www.harrisonfestival.com

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The Mission Coffee House Concert Series Presents: Two fabulous artists in one night plus an open stage this event is not to be missed. This non-profit event is put together by volunteers to provide affordable opportunities for audiences to hear some amazing local talent.

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Glass Half Full - Glass Half Full is Julie Buffett and Patrick Ceaser – fun, flirty and entertaining. www.facebook.com/glasshalffullduo Lazer Katz - Combine silky vocals, a swingingly solid rhythm section with lyrics that alternate between playful and evocative. www.facebook.com/LazerKatz

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This year’s 3 hour spring break theatre camp will teach students about writing and presenting skits and acting through theatre games. We will hold a walk through theatre experience which teaches about the real meaning of Easter and our favourite comedian Cliff is coming back again so you can laugh yourself silly! We are also packing shoe boxes for one of our favourite charities - Operation Christmas Child!

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ACES Movie Night & Seed Exchange GENETIC ROULETTE - The Gamble of our Lives... Friday, March 15th at 6:30pm Compelling evidence helps explain the deteriorating health of Americans, especially among children and offers a recipe for protecting ourselves and our future. Gastrointestinal disorders, allergies, inflammatory diseases and infertility are just some of the problems implicated in humans, pets, livestock and lab animals that eat genetically modified soybeans and corn. Monsanto’s strong arm tactics, the FDA’s fraudulent policies and how the USDA ignores a growing health emergency are also laid bare.

Don’t miss this film! Seed Exchange to follow the film with coffee, tea and treats. If you have seeds you’d like to share please bring them along. Harrison Mills Community Hall, 1995 School Road Admission by donation www.geneticroulettemovie.com

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Warm Potato Salad This recipe serves two greedy adults! 1.1 lbs of new potatoes UDVKHUVVWUHDN\EDFRQ 4 spring onions - sliced 6 radishes - sliced FKHUU\WRPDWRHV bag of salad leaves 1 avocado - halved and cubed vinaigrette dressing (olive oil & lemon juice) Method Boil the potatoes in their skins until cooked. Meanwhile prepare the salad on two plates.In a non stick pan cook the bacon pieces. When starting to crisp, tip in the cooked potatoes and fry for a few minutes. Divide between the two plates - drizzle with dressing and season to taste.

Spicy Spuds Adapted from a recipe by Madhur Jaffrey these potatoes are delicious. There are a lot of ingredients but theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re worth it! 5-6 red skinned potatoes 59 ml vegetable oil LQFKJLQJHUSHHOHG ÂżQHO\FKRSSHG UHGFKLOOLHVÂżQHO\FKRSSHG 10 ml black mustard seeds 10 ml cumin seeds 10 ml ground coriander 5 ml turmeric 5 ml chilli powder (optional) 5 ml lemon juice 10 ml garam masala salt

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Seedy Saturday! At The Mission City Farmers Market March 23rd 10am to 2pm • Seed vendors, plants and information for all your gardening needs. Seed and gardening book exchange – bring your own seeds and gardening books or magazines and trade with other gardeners. • Live Music, storytelling at 11:00 and free craft making for children. • Plus all the usual delicious food and artisan items. Heritage Park Secondary School Lobby 33700 Prentis Avenue Visit our new website www.missioncityfarmersmarket. com for more details. Outdoor markets begin Saturday, May 18th, 2013 at the Mission Community Library from 9am to 1pm

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Fridays, March 1–15, 10:30-11:15 am Fridays, April 12–26, 10:30-11:15 am Fun for all ages and stages. Join us for some stories, songs, puppets and more.

Wednesdays, March 20 and April 17, 7:00–8:30 pm Mission’s Writer’s Group. For all writers, from the closet writer to the published author.

Manga Village Saturday, March 2, 2:30–4:30 pm Join us for games, crafts, food, manga talk and lots of anime to watch. Anime with a TV14 rating will be shown. For ages 12 to 18.

Mission Book Club Monday, March 4, 7:00–8:00 pm Love to read? Love to chat? Join us for treats and great company.

Sit and Be Fit Chair Yoga Wednesday, March 6, 2:00–3:30 pm A trained yoga instructor from the COSCO organization will demonstrate yoga exercises that can be performed from a seated position.

Ductigami Thursday, March 21, 2:30–4:00 pm Discover the wonders of duct tape! Learn how to make a wallet or a purse with only a pair of scissors and a roll of the world’s most useful stuff. Snacks provided. For ages 12 to 18.

Evoke Wellness Wednesday, March 27, 7:00–8:00 pm How does one evoke wellness? A certified professional from Evoke Wellness Centre will offer a unique perspective on health rehabilitation, prevention and management.

Joseph the Magician Spring Break Special Tuesday, March 19, 2:00–3:00 pm Celebrate Spring Break with magic at the library! One hour of great family entertainment.

Off the Beaten Track — The United Kingdom Tuesday, March 19, 7:00–8:30 pm Join travel photographer John Gordon for a tour of some of the UK’s lesser known places. Learn how to get around the UK using plane or bus and other tips on how to make your trip enjoyable and affordable.

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Happy Poetry Month! Workshop with David Pullen Wednesday, April 10; 7:00–8:00 pm Explore inspiration, rhyme and creativity with a farmer who combined his love for beautiful pastoral scenes and a knack for the English language.

Daphne Sleigh Book Launch and Author Reading Saturday, April 27, 2:00–3:30 pm Local author Daphne Sleigh will read from her new book, Artist in the Cloister, the Life and Work of Father Dunstan Massey. Meet the author and enjoy refreshments following the reading.

Mission Library will be closed briefly for renovations during April. Contact us for more details.


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Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Kilby March 31st & April 1st Join us for a traditional Easter celebration! We will be having our annual Easter Egg Hunt on the grounds of the historic site and as always splendid crafts for the children throughout the day Located near the junction of the Harrison and Fraser Rivers, the Kilby Historic Site stands as the only reminder of the once thriving community of Harrison Mills. Step back in time

to the 1920s with costumed interpreters, as you explore the magniďŹ cent 1906 General Store museum, Manchester House Hotel and Post OfďŹ ce. This 5 acre BC Heritage site includes visiting our working farm ďŹ lled with friendly animals and orchard playground. Site facilities include our quaint homestyle restaurant, unique country gift shop and 28-site campground on the scenic Harrison River.

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Music Appreciation with Ina van Dijk Wednesdays March 27, April 3, 17, 24th - 10pm to 12pm Writing Workshop: “Get It Write” Wednesdays April 3, 10, 17, & 24th - 1pm to 2:30 pm

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Grand European River Cruises and visit to Floriade March 6th - 10am to 12 noon Easter: Eastern Orthodox Icons March 13th - 10am to 12 noon

Walkathon Fundraiser at Lifetime Learning & Seniors HEALTH FAIR Thursday, April 25th - 9:30am to 2pm

Health & Fitness Mondays: Chair YOGA 1pm to 2pm Tuesdays: Chronic Pain Self-Management Program (CPSMP) Workshops , 1 to 3:30pm Get Up and Go! time to be announced Osteofit –Level 2 (Ostefit for Life) 10:10am to 11am Osteofit –Level 1 11am to 11:50am Fitness Class 9:10am to 10am

Thursdays: Get Up and Go! time to be announced Osteofit –Level 2 (Ostefit for Life) 10:10 am to 11am Osteofit –Level 1 11am to 11:50am Fitness Class 9:10am to 10am

Lifetime Learning Centre, 32444 Seventh Ave • 604-820-0220 For more info visit www.lifetimelearningcentre.org

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Cash Mob Mob’s Mission! So what is a Cash Mob? It’s an easy concept… a bunch of people get together and each spends $20 in a local store. They don’t necessary know each other. A time, date and place are announced and participants show up and join in. Mission’s first Cash Mob was a great success with 25+ people “mobbing” Murdoch’s Bookstore and then going for coffee at the Sweet Spot Cafe. The January 26th event was the first of what we hope will be many “grassroots” led Cash Mobs in Mission. In addition to supporting local businesses, Cash Mobs are fun social events where you can visit with friends and meet others who care about our local economy.

Check out the Cash Mob Mission Facebook page for details and watch for up-coming Cash Mob event notices in the local press. For more info, contact barry@youthunlimited.com or Rohnda Cushnie at the Mission Downtown Business Association www.downtownmission.ca

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Rock Family Gallery February 26th - March 16th Jackie Blair McSween and Murdoch McSween A Bond of Nature and Art Meet & Greet Reception March 2nd 1-4pm

March 19th - April 6th Mission Artists Association

April 9th - April 27th ArteScapes “Bugs and Crawly Creatures”. Mission’s Elementary and Pre-school students can submit artwork related to the theme. Meet & Greet Reception April 13th 1-4pm

Camp MAC Spring Art Sessions! Camp MAC Spring Art Sessions! March 18th – 22nd Monday - Friday Age 5-8: 10am - 11:30am Ages 9-12: 12:30pm - 2pm Have some fun over spring break with cool craft classes. Sessions are 1½ hours.

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THE MAC Art Room at the Mission Arts Centre & Gallery Find more art classes here: http://missionartscouncil.ca/Classes.html 33529 First Ave, Mission, On the corner of Catherwood Phone: 604-826-0029 All classes are $8 per session and must be preregistered, no drop-ins please. Call 604-826-0029 to register now!!!

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Canadian Cancer Society Update & News!... And the Winner of the Westjet tickets was…..

Nicole Sprieszl of Mission, seen here with CCS volunteer Betty Bergen. Have a great trip!!

The 5thAnnual Robbie Burns Supper and Dance along with the proceeds of our Westjet raffle raised over $10,000 for Cops for Cancer. Thanks to all our sponsors and to the generous people of Mission. A big thank you to Cedarbrooke Chateau, Westjet, Solaris Management Consultants Inc, David Wansink of Re/max and 1066.

April 27th has been declared Daffodil Day! Please wear your daffodil pin to show your support for those fighting cancer.

April is Daffodil month… Keep watch for our daffodil pins which will be available at various locations in Mission for the entire month of April. Look for fresh flowers and daffodil pins in mall locations on April 5, 6 and 7th, 2013. Throughout the month of April our friendly canvassers will be out and about for our Door to Door campaign, please give generously. For more info come visit us at the office: Canadian Cancer Society, 33079b - First Ave. Mission, 604-820-3166 Or visit our facebook page!

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Mission Seniors Centre Calendar REGULAR CALENDAR:

SPECIAL EVENTS:

Monday 11am Mission Drop-in Centre Bingo 1:30 pm Mission Mixed Bridge Tuesday 9:30 am Mission Drop-in Centre Line Dancing 10am Craft Group 10am Seniors Health & Wellness 1pm Yoga Wednesday 9:15 am Mission Chair Fitness Exercise 10:15 am Mission Senior Drop-in Crib 12:30 pm Golden ERA Bingo Thursday 9am Mission Drop-in Centre Line Dancing Friday 9:15 am Mission Chair Fitness Exercise 11am Mission Senior Drop-in Crib

St. Patrick’s Day Dance March 14th Casino Bus Trip to Fraser Downs March 21st Casino Bus Trip to Cascades April 25th

GREAT NEW PROGRAM FOR SENIORS!

MONTHLY MEETINGS

The Mission Seniors Activity Centre will be hosting something new for seniors in Mission. Beginning January 15th, a Senior’s Health and Wellness Program will be open to all seniors with the intent of helping seniors take control of their own health and wellbeing.

Mission Drop-in Centre Assoc General Meeting 1st Monday at 10:00 am

From 10am – Noon every Tuesday, a health clinic will operate out of the Seniors Activity Centre located at 10th and Taulbut which will provide an opportunity for weekly blood pressure checks, height and weight measurements as well as participation in workshops and presentations on health issues for seniors. The weekly clinics will also provide an opportunity for seniors to meet and socialize with others in a friendly environment. There is also interesting speakers on various subjects like depression, hearing, pharmacy and many more pertaining to senior’s in the future.

Old Age Pensioners Organization Br. 28 General Meeting 2nd Friday 1:30 pm

Mission Seniors Centre Assoc General Meeting 1st Thursday 10:30 am

Old Age Pensioners Organization Br. 28 Birthday Party 4th Friday 1:30 pm Mission Seniors Centre 10th Ave & Taulbut 604-814-2188 Office Hours 10am – 2pm

The program is being run by volunteers and is free for all seniors to attend. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Jeanne at 604-814-2188.

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The congregation of All Saints Anglican Church are happy to welcome their new Priest... If you would like to meet Paul and worship with us, Sunday Services are 8 a.m. (traditional) and 10 a.m. (family focused) or one can call the church office 604-826-8277.

The Rev. Paul Bowie has been in ministry for 20 years, most recently in Burnaby. Paul, his wife Juliette and family are now in Mission. They are looking forward to becoming part of our community, once their boxes are unpacked! All Saints church is in Downtown Mission, one block from where the first church was started in 1901. The Parish vision states that “individuals are respected, feel safe to worship ...” and Paul’s theology reflects those values. As Paul and our church family get to know each other, we will continue to welcome all and reach out to help others.

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