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July 4 - 10, 2022

Mid Vancouver Island Edition

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Shark-infested: When golfing on courses in southern climates, players may be accustomed to signs warning that alligators live in the water hazards. At the Carbrook Golf Club in Brisbane, Australia, signs warn of a more unusual water pond danger: bull sharks. About six specimens are thought to have been trapped in the course’s fairly large lake during a flood in the 1990s, and they have since reproduced. Today, about a dozen of these dangerous fish live in the pond. This type of shark is able to live in both saltwater and freshwater. Of course, no one goes looking for wayward golf balls in that water hazard!
Big birds: The largest chicken breed is the Jersey Giant, whose origins were in Burlington County, New Jersey (U.S.), in the late 1800s. These birds are big, as chickens go, with roosters weighing in at about 13 pounds (5.9 kg) and hens generally tipping the scale at 10 pounds (4.5 kg). The breed was developed by the brothers John and Thomas Black as an alternative to turkey. Jersey Giants are friendly, and hens lay extra-large brown eggs. They are also raised for their meat, although they take a while to reach market weight. Black Jersey Giants are the most common; two other varieties of the breed are White and Blue.
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Dead Sea tree: The Dead Sea in the Middle East cannot support life because it is so salty. However, in this sea, a tree grows. Located opposite Israel’s Ein Bokek Beach, which boasts many hotels of the Dead Sea coastline, there is an island of white salt.  Out of that small island, a tree grows. It’s quite a sight: a white salt islet surrounded by blue-green clear water, with a tree that is not supposed to be able to grow there. But it doesn’t really belong there. A local artist set up the tree as an art installation and visits the tree on a daily basis, bringing soil from which the tree can obtain nutrients. Guests of nearby resorts have been known to swim to the islet to bask in its small pond and admire the tree.
Cute little spot: A tiny house in Toronto, Ontario (Canada), has stood since 1912 on a tiny lot that was meant to be a driveway between the houses located on either side. Known by locals as the “Little House,” it was built at 128 Day Avenue by a contractor named Arthur Weeden, who erected the house, lived in it with his wife for 20 years, and stayed six more years after she passed away. The home is only 27.9 square metres (300 sq. ft.), but has an open concept with a living room, kitchen, and small sleeping spot. A hatch door in the kitchen floor leads to a small basement. There’s even a small backyard.
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“An expert is one who knows more and more about less and less.”
- Nicholas Murray Butler

“A bore is a man who, when you ask him how he is, tells you.”
- Bert Leston Taylor
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FREE listings for non-profit community events. Please email, 25 words or less, to: events@myCoffeeNews.ca (no attachments). Deadline Tuesdays noon.

Commercial Street (Nanaimo) Night Market is Back! Come support Nanaimo on Thursday’s, starting at 5pm. Commercial Street will be closed to cars & instead have an array of vendors, crafters, food trucks, entertainment, bouncy castles, face painting, art walk & of course the permanent merchants & restaurants downtown!

South Island Rhythm Kings CD Release Party: RC Legion #10, 129 Harewood Rd., Nanaimo on July 9. Tickets $20 at the Legion, 250-753-4442 or Fascinating Rhythm, 250-716-9997.

Clanna Morna at Music in the Park: July 7, 6:30-8pm, Cobble Hill Commons Park. No cost, donations welcomed.

Chemainus Giant Street Market: Held Saturday, July 9, 8am-3pm. If you would like to be a vendor, contact Melody at 250-737-3370 or email: events@chemainus.bc.ca

Mersey Acres Market: Family friendly event that has something for everyone & a lot of fun. Tue., July 12, 5pm. Crafters, artisans, small businesses & more. 5790 Mersey Rd. Port Alberni.

Nanaimo Outdoor Cinema is Back! Coastal Community Credit Union is hosting a screening of Encanto at Maffeo Sutton Park on Friday, July 15 at dark. There will be a concession & all proceeds go to Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island. Please bring your chairs & blankets.

‘Thunder Road’, A Bruce Springsteen Concert Experience: Presented by Knox. Join Lonnie Glass & his 10 piece band Friday, July 15, 7:30pm for an amazing tribute to ‘The Boss’. Tickets $35 & available through Eventbrite, Fireside Books & Close To You Boutique in Parksville.

PopUp Water Parks! Celebrate summer with members of Parksville Fire Department. They will be getting kids/families soaking wet at 4 parks from 6-7:30pm. Foster Park, July 15; Nicholls Park, July 29; Shelly Creek Park, Aug. 12; Foster Park, Aug. 29.

Sunset Cinema Series is Back! Join us at Parksville Community Park on July 16 for a sit-in movie experience. Movie begins at dark. There is a concession & all proceeds go to support the Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island. Bring your chairs & blankets. Hosted by Coast Community Credit Union.

Nanaimo Gem & Mineral Show: July 16, 10am-5pm & July 17, 10am-4pm at Legion Hall, 1630 Wellington Rd E.

Summer Concert in the Park: Nanaimo Concert Band’s free concert held Monday, July 18, 6:30pm at Maffeo Sutton Park, Lions Pavillion.

Game On!  Kids ages 7-11 can play games 9am-12pm, July 25-29 at Ladysmith Intermediate School.  $55.  Information & registration at: winsomegames.net

Five Acre Summer Concerts Series: August 5 & 6 & held at Port Alberni Fall Fair Grounds. Tickets are now live & limited. Purchase online at: fiveacretickit.ca To sponsor, email: kim@fiveacre.ca

Outdoor Movie Night is Coming! Mark your calendars for August 29, 9-10:30pm, at the Bob Dailey Stadium, Port Alberni. The movie (tba) will be suitable for all ages. Bring your own lawn chairs, snuggle under a blanket & create fond memories with your family.

Is Qualicum Important to You? Become a member of the Qualicum Beach Residents’ Association. QBRA is a non-partisan, non-profit society whose purposes are to promote & safeguard the small town character & liveability of Qualicum Beach. Info: doreentheboss@gmail.com or 250-752-5598.

Do You Miss Talking or Feeling Lonely? Friendly group meet at a local Nanaimo cafe to discuss thoughts & views. Info: Sue 250.591.6826.

TOPS is Back! Join us on Wednesdays at 11:30am in North Nanaimo.  Small group.  Info Call Joanne 250 390-2174.

Find Your Voice & Learn to Speak with Confidence: Whether you have a presentation to make or if you just find overall communication a challenge, Toastmasters is the answer! Contact: info@d21toastmasters.org
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1. The moon is a satellite, asteroid, or planet?
2. Margaret Hamilton played Glinda the Good Witch in The Wizard of Oz movie - T/F?
3. The longest river in Canada is the Yukon, the Mackenzie, or the Saint Lawrence?
4. Who ran the 100-metre dash in 9.58 seconds in 2009?
5. Who directed the movies Grapes of Wrath and The Quiet Man?
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Your thoughts may be racing, and perhaps you are of two minds, not sure where to focus. If you are extraordinarily optimistic, it may be prudent to consider tempering your efforts. Lucky numbers: 11, 22, 24, 31, 35, 37.

You might be entering a period where stability may be very appealing. But it also could seem restrictive. Perhaps ask yourself how you might use this dynamic to confidently pursue your dreams. Lucky numbers: 13, 15, 24, 26, 30, 36.
Many Geminis have a quick mind that can readily access information and communicate it to others. You may be an agent of positive change through effective use of these skills. Lucky numbers: 10, 12, 14, 35, 39, 45.
The astrological environment now highlights the nurturing qualities of Cancer energy. Your ability to pick up emotional perceptions from others may allow you to show them how to nurture themselves. Lucky numbers: 3, 15, 23, 31, 44, 46.
Are you having trouble focusing on one good idea to manifest? This situation may provide you with an opportunity to make an adjustment in your view of what success means. Lucky numbers: 7, 12, 14, 16, 24, 33.
Your mind and heart may be fully in sync at the beginning of the week. How could you use this balance to think outside your box and reach for something new? Lucky numbers: 5, 13, 27, 35, 40, 42.
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You may be in an emotional tug of war with yourself. This might be a sign that an old wound is surfacing, and you could be able to focus on finally healing it. Lucky numbers: 9, 15, 31, 33, 36, 40.

Does someone seem to be standing in the way of what you want to achieve? While you may be tempted to retaliate, perhaps just refocusing your efforts toward success would be best. Lucky numbers: 6, 7, 12, 17, 28, 29.
At the end of the week, your natural optimism may be reinforced. How could you use this energy for an emotional reset, to move forward and achieve your next goal? Lucky numbers: 1, 13, 27, 31, 32, 40.
Capricorns can sometimes be very hard on themselves. If this sounds like you, try to seek out someone who might be able to help teach you to be more gentle with yourself. Lucky numbers: 5, 8, 22, 31, 38, 39.
Perhaps you are no longer certain of who you truly are. This happens to everyone at some point or other. A change in perspective might encourage you to make a positive adjustment. Lucky numbers: 2, 11, 12, 13, 26, 43.
How much does your life include being of service to others? Now may be a time to review the past in this regard, and to see what changes you might want to make. Lucky numbers: 4, 10, 17, 19, 30, 48.
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Lucky numbers this week:  This week’s odds favour Gemini winners with the luckiest number being 12.
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Honey colour: Honeybees in some apiaries in France were in the news a few years ago when they started producing blue & green honey. Beekeepers learned the honeybees had been feasting on residue left in containers of a nearby candy processor business.

Sparse meal:
Today, astronauts can eat fairly well in space. But in 1962, when John Glenn became the first American to eat in space, his menu consisted of apple sauce, beef, and puréed vegetables, all packed in toothpaste-like tubes.

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Finicky plant: Houseplant lovers often choose the popular fiddle-leaf fig tree. However, these large-leafed plants can be tricky to care for, as they are finicky about the amount of sunlight, water, and humidity they need to stay healthy.

Colourful critters:
Chameleons can change their colour, but it’s not for camouflage. It’s their way of communicating their intentions, such as to fight or to mate. It’s also a way of controlling their temperature; they can turn dark to absorb more heat, for example.

Scary word:
One of the longest words in an English dictionary is hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia. Ironically, it means a fear of long words. The phobia is also known as sesquipedalophobia.
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Jaime: “What car does your dad have?”
Jane: “I can’t remember but I think it starts with a T.”
Jaime: “Really? Ours starts with gas.”

What do you get when you cross a bed with a kitchen appliance?
A four-poster toaster.

Did you hear the one about the unstamped letter?
Never mind, you won’t get it.

Knock! Knock! Who’s there? Wayne. Wayne who? Wayne drops keep falling on my head.

How do the three men in the tub sign their love letters?
“I lub-a-dub-dub you.”
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Trivia Answers: 1. Satellite  2. False, the Wicked Witch  3. Mackenzie River  4. Usain Bolt  5. John Ford
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June 27 - July 3, 2022

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Muddy lady: An octogenarian from Sikeston, Missouri (U.S.), doesn’t mind getting a bit muddy. In fact, Mildred Wilson has no problem getting really muddy, and she proved it by participating in the Tough Mudder race, not once, but twice. Encouraged by her son, Wilson first checked with her doctor to make sure she was healthy enough to get through the race, which includes wading through muddy pits and crawling under and over obstacles. Then she trained at her local gym to be sure she was fit enough to compete. Wilson completed her first Tough Mudder in 2019, then did it again in 2021, to the admiration of her family and the other competitors. 
Passion for running: Wang Lang of Liaoning, China, didn’t realize how much she would love running when she took it up at age 50. Twenty years later, the sport clearly is a passion for the now 70-something-year-old grandmother. She has run over 100 marathons during that time. She started running simply to keep fit, but soon found herself preparing for these long races. To stay in shape, she trains by running 20 kilometres (12 miles), six days per week. She has run even longer races, including the 168-kilometre (104 mile) Liaoning marathon. Wang Lang has become known as “Super Grannie.”
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Crop land: A large amount of land in India is considered desert and therefore not available for cultivation. One man, however, found a way to change that. Anand Dhawaj Negi, an ex-government worker and son of a farmer, was able to convert a few acres of desert land in Himachal Pradesh by working patiently to test farming practices and types of crops. Over a 20-year period, Negi (who passed away in early 2021) figured out how to best work the land so it would grow kidney beans, potatoes, green peas, and more. Part of his reason for taking on this project was to inspire others to successfully cultivate their own crops using his scientific practices.
Underground space: A few years ago, when Andres Canto was a young teen, he had a fight with his parents. The youngster from Alicante, Spain, was mad that his mom wouldn’t let him go into town wearing a sweatsuit. So, he let his anger out in what turned out to be a productive way: he started digging a hole in his backyard with a pickaxe. Canto enjoyed digging, and a few years later, with the help of a friend he brought to the project, he ended up with a cave. Careful builders, he and his friend figured out how to support the roof. The cave now has many features, including several rooms, stairs, an oven, and a stereo. While Canto doesn’t live there full time, he does like to hang out in his cave, and has found a way to bring in electricity and heating.
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“Criticism is easy, art is difficult.”   - Philippe Néricault

“If you keep a thing seven years, you are sure to find a use for it.”
- Sir Walter Scott
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FREE listings for non-profit community events. Please email, 25 words or less, to: events@myCoffeeNews.ca (no attachments). Deadline Tuesdays noon.

Is Qualicum Important to You? Become a member of the Qualicum Beach Residents’ Association. QBRA is a non-partisan, non-profit society whose purposes are to promote & safeguard the small town character & liveability of Qualicum Beach. Info: doreentheboss@gmail.com or 250-752-5598.

Commercial Street (Nanaimo) Night Market is Back! Starting on June 23 & running for 11 weeks. Come support Nanaimo on Thursday’s, starting at 5pm. Commercial Street will be closed to cars & instead have an array of vendors, crafters, food trucks, entertainment, bouncy castles, face painting, art walk & of course the permanent merchants & restaurants downtown!

Art in the Garden Show & Sale: Maple Bay Painters invite you on Saturday, July 2, 2-4pm. Hosted by Rae & Ted Rhodes in their beautiful garden at 2229 Tarn Place (off Lochsyde on Lakes Rd).

Clanna Morna at Music in the Park: July 7, 6:30-8pm, Cobble Hill Commons Park. No cost, donations welcomed.

Chemainus Giant Street Market: Held Saturday, July 9, 8am-3pm. If you would like to be a vendor, contact Melody at 250-737-3370 or email: events@chemainus.bc.ca

South Island Rhythm Kings CD Release Party: RC Legion #10, 129 Harewood Rd., Nanaimo on July 9. Tickets $20 at the Legion, 250-753-4442 or Fascinating Rhythm, 250-716-9997.

Nanaimo Outdoor Cinema is Back! Coastal Community Credit Union is hosting a screening of Encanto at Maffeo Sutton Park on Friday, July 15 at dark. There will be a concession & all proceeds go to Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island. Please bring your chairs & blankets.

‘Thunder Road’, A Bruce Springsteen Concert Experience: Presented by Knox. Join Lonnie Glass & his 10 piece band Friday, July 15, 7:30pm for an amazing tribute to ‘The Boss’. Tickets $35 & available through Eventbrite, Fireside Books & Close To You Boutique in Parksville.

Sunset Cinema Series is Back! Join us at Parksville Community Park on July 16 for a sit-in movie experience. Movie begins at dark. There is a concession & all proceeds go to support the Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island. Bring your chairs & blankets. Hosted by Coast Community Credit Union.

Nanaimo Gem & Mineral Show: July 16, 10am-5pm & July 17, 10am-4pm at Legion Hall, 1630 Wellington Rd E.

Game On!  Kids ages 7-11 can play games 9am-12pm, July 25-29 at Ladysmith Intermediate School.  $55.  Information & registration at: winsomegames.net

Five Acre Summer Concerts Series: August 5 & 6 & held at Port Alberni Fall Fair Grounds. Tickets are now live & limited. Purchase online at: fiveacretickit.ca To sponsor, email: kim@fiveacre.ca

Outdoor Movie Night is Coming! Mark your calendars for August 29, 9-10:30pm, at the Bob Dailey Stadium, Port Alberni. The movie (tba) will be suitable for all ages. Bring your own lawn chairs, snuggle under a blanket & create fond memories with your family.

Do You Miss Talking or Feeling Lonely? Friendly group meet at a local Nanaimo cafe to discuss thoughts & views. Info: Sue 250.591.6826.

TOPS is Back & Spring is here! Small group meetings, Tuesday pm’s, North Nanaimo. Info: Call Joanne 250-390-2174.

Find Your Voice & Learn to Speak with Confidence: Whether you have a presentation to make or if you just find overall communication a challenge, Toastmasters is the answer! Contact: info@d21toastmasters.org
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1. Which U.S. president was formerly a Hollywood actor?
2. Who wrote the songs for the 1930s Broadway musical  “Anything Goes”?
3. The 1980 Winter Olympics were held in what upstate New York (U.S.) village?
4. What is the highest peak on the African continent?
5. Eli Whitney invented what?
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A person you have recently met may present you with an opportunity. You might want to wait a bit to be sure it is a good match for both of you. Lucky numbers: 5, 14, 18, 22, 37, 42.

Your mind may be very clear and quick this week, with a good ability to communicate well with others. In those interactions, it might help to stay alert for unexpected opportunities. Lucky numbers: 7, 13, 18, 24, 39, 41.
This week you may have an opportunity to focus on nurturing your relationships. How well do you and your partner support each other? Perhaps it is time to initiate a discussion. Lucky numbers: 4, 12, 20, 23, 26, 32.
Now may be a good time to take stock of what you have accomplished over the last six months. What course correction might you need to put into effect for the future? Lucky numbers: 11, 14, 18, 29, 41, 43.
Your mind and feelings may be in sync at the end of the week. It might be a good time to think through any issue that may have been generating conflict. Lucky numbers: 10, 11, 19, 25, 41, 47.

You may be frustrated by how busy and confusing things might be right now. To avoid conflict with others, perhaps look for the deeper meaning of the situation in which you find yourself. Lucky numbers: 1, 3, 17, 22, 30, 35.
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Are you experiencing opposition to your endeavours from others? Consider digging deep to find energy to keep going, while looking at where you might need to change your plan to be successful. Lucky numbers: 8, 13, 16, 21, 22, 45.
You may be experiencing greater optimism and empathy toward others. How can you use this potential to create a positive effect for you and those close to you? Lucky numbers: 3, 4, 17, 27, 30, 38.

Right now you may find yourself having conversations with many people. Perhaps you should listen to and consider what they say, even though you may find some of their ideas annoying. Lucky numbers: 12, 14, 17, 23, 40, 46.
Are you finding yourself feeling obsessive about a problem? You may be tempted to argue about it with others. Perhaps adjusting your view of the situation would be helpful. Lucky numbers: 15, 21, 32, 36, 37, 44.
For the next few weeks, you may feel highly ambitious to take action toward achieving your goals. Hard work and a patient attitude could allow you to make steady progress. Lucky numbers: 14, 17, 23, 24, 25, 48.
You may be entering a period of months in which you might find yourself examining past issues. If so, this period could offer you an opportunity to see the situation differently. Lucky numbers: 2, 14, 23, 26, 27, 36.
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Lucky numbers this week:  This week’s odds favour Aquarius winners with the luckiest number being 17.
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Hurricane names: In North America, tropical storms and hurricanes have only been given names since 1953. The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration chose short, familiar female names to identify the storms. By the late 1970s, male names were added.

Happy purr:
While pet felines often purr, their cat family relative the tiger can’t do the same. Instead, tigers blow air through their nostrils and produce a hearty snort sound called a chuff.

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Light sleeper: A dolphin is a light sleeper; only half of its brain is asleep at a time. This is called unihemispheric sleep and is believed to be necessary to remind the dolphin to come to the surface to breathe. It also serves as protection against predators.

Strange name:
The food called Bombay Duck is not actually duck - it’s fish that is often dried & salted. It may have gotten its name from the mail train, called the Bombay Daak (or Dak), that transported the odiferous fish from the ocean to India’s interior cities.

Smallest country:
A country that draws the rich and famous, Monaco is also known for another reason: at just 0.77 square miles (2 sq. km), it’s the second smallest country in the world. Vatican City in Rome is the smallest country, at 0.27 square miles (0.7 sq. km).
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Knock! Knock! Who’s there? Alma. Alma who? Alma cookies are gone, bring me some more!

Did you hear about the two boa constrictors who got married? They had a crush on each other.

I was going to buy some thin sandals when I went on my trip. But then I flip-flopped.

Matt: “Why are you bringing a ruler to bed?”
Pat: “I want to see how long I sleep.”

What do you call a Roman emperor when he catches a cold?
Julius Sneezer.
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Trivia Answers: 1. Ronald Reagan  2. Cole Porter  3. Lake Placid  4. Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania  5. Cotton gin
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