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Dinner at Provisions - Marimba on the Dock, Wednesday July 26

Event Date: 
Jul 26 2017 - 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Here is the Provisions Menu for Marimba On The Dock ~ Wed. July 26th! Dinner will be served from 5 pm - 8 pm.

From the kitchen inside we will be serving three kinds of Marimba Rice Bowls.

~ Braised Island Lamb ~ slow braised lamb rubbed with Dijon and sea salt , fresh herbs & red wine with cucumber dill salad

Dowda & Ramona

Event Date: 
Jul 28 2017 - 8:00pm
Event Date: 
Jul 29 2017 - 8:00pm

Friday & Saturday Night - On the deck - No cover charge

 

An exciting trio mixing a fusion of world music and exotic belly dancing! Featuring the energetic Ramona, Voodoo Dave's tribal drums and new age guitarist Dave Hart. A dynamic visual and sonic experience for the senses.

 

Looking for ride to Nanaimo from Friday 4pm ferry July 28

Event Date: 
Jul 28 2017

Hi!

I'm looking for a ride to the Nanaimo area from the 4pm ferry on Friday July 28th!

Can offer cash, tunes, chocolate :)

Please be in touch: 778-987-8948

or charlottempriest [at] gmail [dot] com

Kundalini Yoga at the Arts Center, 9:30-11, Friday July 28th

Event Date: 
Jul 28 2017 - 9:30am - 11:00am

Come breathe, stretch, groove, meditate and elevate!

A class consists of an opening mantra, warm up exercises, a Kriya (set to address a specific aspect of the body-mind-spirit), meditation and deep relaxation.

This week we will go Beyond Stress to experience our original nature.

Minimum $5 suggested donation. Please bring a mat, water and blanket.

Seniors Housing Survey Information Meeting

Event Date: 
Jul 29 2017 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Event Date: 
Aug 9 2017 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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Marimba on the Dock!!

Event Date: 
Jul 26 2017 - 7:00pm

Ready for Lasqueti's favourite dock party?

Wednesday night (July 26) on the False Bay dock, Makeke Marimba will be playing a set of high-energy dance tunes.   Show starts as soon as the vehicles clear the dock from the last ferry (~ 7pm) and runs through sunset.

Fire Safety; High Risk Activities

We are Currently at a High state of risk for Fire Hazard Rating and have been there for more than 3 days. Which means that high risk activities (such as running a power saw) must stop by 1pm and be followed by a 2 hours fire watch. Once the Hazard Rating has escalated to Extreme for 3 days we will have a full stop to such activities. This is likely to happen soon. 

Weekly Barge run reminder

On every second Tuesday I am running a freight service from Squitty Bay to French Creek. The barge will leave at 8 am arriving approximately 9:45. Loading will commence at 1:30 until 4 pm departure. The rate is $60. which allots you a 4x8+ space on deck, plus space on the upper deck for groceries. The spaces will be flexible allowing you to load longer goods. Also you can take over your well contained garbage, recyclables, etc. You come as a guest with your freight, one person per deck space or pay extra $30. each way. Groceries and smaller goods should be in totes, bring a tarp if your goods need protection from the weather. This run is weather permitting only and can run Wednesday if necessary. You will have until noon the following day to unload. I can lift items up to 500 lbs. Bring a handcart. Freight space is limited to 8 portions. I will carry up to eleven people. Please call to reserve. Dates are as follows:

 July 18th, August 1st, August 15th, August 29th, Sept. 5th.

Peter Lironi  250-333-8768

Time remaining: 36%
31/07/2017 (5 days)

Dump Truck on Lake Road hill

There's a dump truck, with no license plates, that has been left just off the side of the road at the top of the hill after you turn off Main Road onto Lake road.

It's been sitting there for well over two months. Could whoever owns it please move it off our property?

Peace,

David & Laura


Here's a photo of the truck:

Comments on Guest cabins from Jessie McCooey

Growing up on Hornby Island where our community was around 1200 locals dwindled down to a small 400 to 500 people later on due to price of property, lack of rentals and lack of work. Hornby turned into a haven for the rich to buy property and only use it during summertime, not renting to the community during winter months.