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August 22 - 28, 2022

Mid Vancouver Island Edition

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Swinging crane: Coming and going from Minami-daitojima Island (also known as Daito Island) is an experience like no other. This island in Japan’s Okinawa archipelago has raised coral reefs on all sides, so docking a boat is not possible. Boats can moor about four to six metres (13-20 ft.) from the shore, and then a crane’s cage swings people to land. Some travelers think this is fun, while others think it’s scary. On nice days, the crane company loads people into a roofless cage, and an enclosed cage is used in the rain. There is one other way to get there: people can hop aboard one of two daily flights that land on the island.
Up, up, and away: It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s neither of these things! Rather, it is a sky full of hundreds of balloons! That is what locals and visitors alike get to see in Albuquerque, New Mexico (U.S.), during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta each October. In a single launch, over 500 balloons of all shapes, colours, and sizes adorn the sky, which is breathtaking for those watching from below. The event lasts for nine days. In addition to balloon launches, spectators can see chainsaw carving contests, skydiving performances, fireworks, and lots of musical entertainment.
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Emerald green: At the mouth of China’s Yangtze River, on the island of Gouqi in the Shengsi archipelago, is a fishing village that looks beautiful but is actually deserted. Lush, green vegetation grows over the buildings. Tourists can now visit abandoned hamlets on Gouqi, such as Houtou Wan Village, a stunningly preserved, moss-covered ghost town. While other islands in the archipelago boast a thriving and diversified industry, this village has been left in nature’s care. With vines blanketing the structures, streets, and steps, Houtou Wan Village is a beautiful green, just like the surrounding hillside.
Prized burger: What a list of ingredients! A Dom Perignon champagne bun with gold leaf, Japanese A5 Wagyu beef, smoked duck egg mayo, white truffle, king crab, and beluga caviar are just a few of the delicacies found in what has been dubbed the world’s most expensive burger. Called the Golden Boy and made by Robbert Jan de Veen of the Dutch restaurant De Daltons, this decadent burger sold for almost $6,500 CAD. Jan de Veen wasn’t greedy in his quest: he donated the proceeds to charity. His restaurant, located in the town of Voorthuizen, Netherlands, is ready and willing to make more burgers in the hopes of attracting wealthy burger connoisseurs.
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“Character is the architecture of the being.” - Louise Nevelson

“In the confrontation between the stream and the rock, the stream always wins - not through strength but by perseverance.” - H. Jackson Brown
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Morrell Nature Sanctuary Nanaimo is Looking for Volunteers!  We need Nature enthusiasts to lead elementary school classes. No experience needed. Training provided. Basic Forest Ecology training runs the 2nd Wed of the month, 9:30-11:30am Sept-May. Very flexible & rewarding positions. Contact: Phone: 250-753-5811 or Email: morrell@shawbiz.ca

1st Annual Hub City Soapbox Derby: Held August 20, 10am-4pm at Old City Quarter, 418 Fitzwilliam St., Nanaimo. A fun day of racing, charity donation BBQ, photo booth & family friendly activities.

The Parksville Beach Festival Society presents the Quality Foods Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition, a world class event for master sand sculptors. Known to locals as “Beachfest”, this 5 ½ week long family-oriented festival runs until August 21 at Parksville Beach 9:30am to 8:30pm everyday.

Whisky Business at Music in the Park: August 25 6:30 - 8:00 pm  Commons Park, 1461 Fisher Rd. Cobble Hill by donation

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

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.

Knox Indoor Fall Fair: Held at Knox United Church, 345 Pym St., Parksville, Sat., Sept. 10, 8am-2pm. Following current Covid-19 protocol. Good quality shopping, baking, silent auction & kids playroom. Free admission & on-site parking. Everyone welcome. For details visit: www.kucparksville.ca

Nan Go Grannies 6th Annual Giant Fabric Sale: Sat., Sept. 17, 10am-2pm, Nanaimo Curling Club, 106 Wall St. All proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation Grandmothers Campaign. Featuring all types of fabric, between $3 & $5 per meter. Clothing fabric, quilting, costume, Christmas, yarn & notions. Free parking. Bring your own shopping bag. Masks are required.

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

Nanaimo Lions Club Meetings: 1st & 3rd Mondays, 6.30pm at the Old Age Pensioners Hall, 2465 Labieux Rd. New Members welcome. Call Larrie, 250-954-3814 or larriet@shaw.ca or nanaimolions@gmail.com

Join the Nanaimo Social Club: Take part in new activities & meet new friends. Open to singles & couples. Info, Brenda, 250-585-4643.

Connect With a Senior Through the Power of Storytelling: Join the Volunteer Nanaimo Hand in Hand intergenerational Storytelling project & connect with a senior to record their stories. To register, email handinhandnanaimo@gmail.com or call Gwen at 250-667-1803.

Cowichan Valley Probus Club: Retired or nearly retired? Come join us at Arbutus Ridge Golf Club, Mt. Baker Room. First Tues of each month, 10:30am. Visit cowichanvalleyprobusclub.ca or 250-710-7467.

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

Stroke Support - When & Where You Need It: The After Stroke team offers support to you & your family at every stage of your recovery journey. To learn more about a program in your area, call 1-888-313-3377, ext 6201.

TOPS is Back! Join us on Wednesdays at 11:30am in North Nanaimo.  Small group.  Info Call Joanne 250 390-2174.
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1. Mount St. Helens’ most destructive, 20th-century eruption was in what year?
2. “Cannonball” Adderley is best known for playing what instrument?
3. Who led China during the Cultural Revolution?
4. In science, what does LED stand for?
5. Which Great Lake does not share a border with Canada?
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Are you withholding forgiveness to someone who hurt you in the past? If so, now may be a good time to consider letting the matter go, as much for yourself as for them. Lucky numbers: 16, 17, 21, 34, 38, 47.
Are you experiencing an unusual difficulty in a relationship? If so, thinking about whether you are going over old territory, repeating an earlier event in a different guise, might be helpful. Lucky numbers: 6, 18, 27, 37, 42, 45.
For the next few weeks, you may find that people or situations might be obstacles to your goals. Try to avoid arguments that may have effects that linger after this period passes. Lucky numbers: 13, 14, 21, 22, 24, 28.
You may find yourself immersed in deep, emotional waters at the start of the week. Not making any rash decisions and instead waiting for things to improve might be best. Lucky numbers: 21, 25, 35, 37, 44, 47.
The highest expression of sunny Leo is an innate joy. A period of Leo energy is coming to a close. Try to remember its pattern, and hold onto it in the days ahead. Lucky numbers: 1, 14, 18, 22, 36, 46.
Your birthday month could start a new cycle for you. What do you want to accomplish? At the end of the week, you may discover a jumpstart to this process. Lucky numbers: 7, 12, 10, 39, 42, 47.
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Libras usually have a natural charm and grace, and they often use these qualities to diffuse conflict between other people. Your ability to communicate in this way may be heightened now. Lucky numbers: 12, 14, 15, 23, 33, 34.
Scorpios often have the ability to see hidden truths in others. The energy right now may give you an opportunity to approach communicating with others in a diplomatic manner. Lucky numbers: 5, 7, 24, 27, 31, 39.
Do you have any loose ends in your personal or work life that have been dangling for a while? Now might be a wise time to try to wrap up the situation. Lucky numbers: 2, 6, 13, 17, 34, 46.
You may find some important information at the beginning of the week. This could provide insight, and perhaps opportunity, in your current life situation. How to use it is up to you. Lucky numbers: 10, 13, 23, 28, 32, 46.
Some Aquarians may have an emotionally detached nature that can be at odds with their humanitarian instincts. This dynamic may be heightened now, giving you a chance to address it. Lucky numbers: 3, 18, 21, 24, 26, 30.
At the end of the week, you may find yourself having difficulty navigating through mundane, everyday situations. If possible, you might want to consider retreating from the world for a few days. Lucky numbers: 4, 15, 32, 37, 42, 48.
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Lucky numbers this week:  This week’s odds favour Virgo winners with the luckiest number being 7.
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Public art: The word “graffiti” comes from the Italian graffio meaning “scratch.” In this form of art, groups or individuals mark public spaces with messages. It is often, but not always, an illegal activity.

Rich man: Not surprisingly, American actor Michael Douglas, who is famous for such movies as Wall Street and Basic Instinct, is a millionaire many times over. His estimated net worth is between $300 and $350 million (USD).

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Spidey sense: Lots of people have spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum) in their homes because their care is easy for the amateur green thumb. Many people place them in plant hangers, but they also can adorn a tabletop.

Harmless bug: Although it looks like it might be ready to take a bite, the European hornet moth (Sesia apiformis) is actually quite harmless. Its yellow and black, wasp-like features are meant to scare away predators, and it does not have a stinger.

Hurting hips: People who sleep on their sides might have pain in their hips due to the pressure exerted during a long slumber. One solution: investigate different mattresses or mattress pads to find one that is neither too hard nor too firm for your body.
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Ned: “My pet kangaroo can’t wait until 2024.”
Ted: “Why is that?”
Ned: “It’s a leap year!”

Why did the upholsterer quit her job? She was worn out.

Knock! Knock! Who’s there? Omega. Omega who? Omega your mind!

What kind of books do skunks read? Best smellers.

Pirates have a hard time getting through the alphabet. They always get lost at C.
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Trivia Answers: 1. 1980  2. Saxophone  3. Mao Zedong  4. Light-emitting diode 5. Lake Michigan
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August 15 - 21, 2022

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Running reds: If your ex-partner is mad at you, be sure they have no way to rent your car. A man from Shaoxing in Zhejiang Province, China, learned that the hard way. The man, known as Qian, had broken up with his girlfriend Lou. Not happy with the situation, Lou enlisted a friend of hers named Chen to rent Qian’s car, through the car-sharing app that she knew he used. She and another buddy took off in the vehicle, blasting through 49 red lights in the hopes she’d get Qian in trouble with the law. Unfortunately for her, the police caught up with Lou through the car rental agreement, and she had to face charges.
Abandoned project: Turkey is home to a ghost town like no other. The town of Burj al Babas, located between Istanbul and Ankara, is an odd sight: hundreds of “castles” sit in the hilly and forested region, but no one lives in any of them. The dwellings were supposed to become luxury vacation accommodations for rich tourists, but the developers ran out of money before the buildings were all completed. Today, the ornate facades, complete with turrets and balconies, hide many unfinished interiors. Hopefully the economy will turn, and enough of the homes will be sold to pay off the debt, which could bring some life back to this ghostly place.
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Weird TV show: Everyone has a favourite television program, whether it is a sitcom, a crime drama series, or a nature documentary. For many living in Japan, that never-to-be-missed TV show lasts only six minutes, comes on well after midnight, and features one thing: a woman running up a steep hill. It’s a different woman every night, and she could be someone famous. The show is called Zenryoku Zaka, which has been airing from Mondays to Thursdays on TV Asahi for 15 years. It’s filmed in or around Tokyo, using various streets as the backdrop for the running woman. The show may soon start to feature men running up steep hills.
Small suite: Put a bed in a bathroom and - voila! - it’s a micro studio apartment! A landlord in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, tried to do just that. The “suite” was advertised to attract a single renter looking to live in the downtown area of the city. However, the listing didn’t work out well because the floor space is only 15 square metres (about 160 sq. ft.), less than the requirement set out in the city’s micro dwelling development guidelines. The guidelines also say that the bathroom must be separate from the living area. The landlord had hoped to get $680 (CAD) per month for the unit, an indicator of the expensive housing market in this coastal city.
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“Often continuity is visible only in retrospect.” - Mary Catherine Bateson

“Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time we fail.”
- Confucius
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Secret Life of Trees: Sunday, August 14, 11am-2pm at Wildwood Ecoforest, 2929 Crane Rd., Ladysmith. Be an undercover agent & learn secrets of trees on this family adventure. Trail is 1.5km & hilly. Takes 90 min to complete. Start time issued at registration. $20 per family/group of 6. Reg at: www.ecoforestry.ca/event-listings/2022/8/14/the-secret-life-of-trees

Qualicum Curling Centre Bottle Drive Fundraiser: Sunday, Aug. 14, 1-3:30pm. Bring your refundable empties, we’ll unload & you’re on your way. 644 Memorial Ave., QB. Please enter from United Church parking lot. Visit: www.qualicumcurling.ca

The Prowls at Music in the Park: August 18 - 6:30 - 8:00 pm  Commons Park, 1461 Fisher Rd. Cobble Hill by donation

1st Annual Hub City Soapbox Derby: Held August 20, 10am-4pm at Old City Quarter, 418 Fitzwilliam St., Nanaimo. A fun day of racing, charity donation BBQ, photobooth & family friendly activities.

The Parksville Beach Festival Society presents the Quality Foods Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition, a world class event for master sand sculptors. Known to locals as “Beachfest”, this 5 ½ week long family-oriented festival runs until August 21 at Parksville Beach 9:30am to 8:30pm everyday.

Whisky Business at Music in the Park: August 25 6:30 - 8:00 pm  Commons Park, 1461 Fisher Rd. Cobble Hill by donation

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

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.

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

Join the Nanaimo Social Club: Take part in new activities & meet new friends. Open to singles & couples. Info, Brenda, 250-585-4643.

Connect With a Senior Through the Power of Storytelling: Join the Volunteer Nanaimo Hand in Hand intergenerational Storytelling project & connect with a senior to record their stories. To register, email handinhandnanaimo@gmail.com or call Gwen at 250-667-1803.

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.

Stroke Support - When & Where You Need It: The After Stroke team offers support to you & your family at every stage of your recovery journey. To learn more about a program in your area, call 1-888-313-3377, ext 6201.

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

Island Health's Step Up Youth Program: This unique program offers High School students aged 15-18 an opportunity to learn about careers in healthcare while earning valuable volunteer hours and resume experience. To apply, go to: www.islandhealth.ca/volunteer-resources
Questions? Call 250-589-7957
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1. Giant sequoia trees can live to be as much as 1,000, 2,000, or 3,000 years old?
2. Which U.S. president publicly shared his dislike of broccoli?
3. The capital of Bhutan is what?
4. Who invented the first remote-controlled boat?
5. What is the name of the dog on the box of Cracker Jacks?
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You may want to impulsively jump into a new love connection. Feel free to enjoy the moment, but also consider whether you have enough shared values to support a long-term relationship. Lucky numbers: 7, 9, 21, 43, 44, 47.
In the midst of recent changes in your life, you may feel that you are existing on constantly shifting sands right now. This week could provide some much-needed relief. Lucky numbers: 6, 14, 21, 27, 28, 43.
Late this week, your emotions may heighten your quick and intellectual nature. The next several weeks might be fast paced and busy. Try to be sensitive to the feelings of others. Lucky numbers: 18, 21, 26, 30, 31, 34.
Nurturing yourself and others can be a major life theme for those born under your sign. Perhaps if you focus on this now, a hidden potential or opportunity may surface for you. Lucky numbers: 4, 17, 19, 24, 33, 39.
In a world that is often chaotic, you may be feeling a moment of considerable optimism. Try to take advantage of it to add more joy into your life in the near future. Lucky numbers: 20, 27, 33, 41, 43, 44.
Virgos often strive for logical, grounded arguments, and this may be particularly true for you this week. Try to remember to have sympathy for those who don’t share your skills. Lucky numbers: 3, 9, 11, 25, 32, 37.
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At the beginning of the week, you may find that your thoughts and feelings are not in sync. Waiting a few days before acting on your emotions might be the best choice. Lucky numbers: 9, 10, 21, 30, 33, 35.

You may want to carefully evaluate any information you receive now. Consider how you might be able to use it positively to help you deal with your fears, rather than adding to them. Lucky numbers: 5, 8, 14, 15, 20, 45.
Sagittarians often hold strong beliefs about philosophical questions of how the world operates. Perhaps now is a good time to avoid arguing with others whose world views conflict with yours. Lucky numbers: 2, 13, 21, 23, 31, 42.
You still may be in a period of transformation, tearing down and rebuilding your sense of who you are. This week could provide a moment of strong encouragement about your progress. Lucky numbers: 10, 12, 22, 35, 38, 40.
Are you trying to accomplish something that requires a cooperative effort with others? If so, you might want to consider an adjustment in your approach to those whose help you need. Lucky numbers: 8, 10, 16, 17, 21, 25.
You may find your interactions with others are confused this week. Your intuitive qualities might be out of sync with their more grounded nature. Try not to let that disturb you. Lucky numbers: 1, 12, 16, 29, 32, 48.
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Lucky numbers this week:  This week’s odds favour Leo winners with the luckiest number being 33.
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House in a barn: On a property near Bay Port, Michigan (U.S.), a couple built a house inside their grandfather’s dairy barn, and they run it as a vacation rental. On display in this unique house are many old farm relics.

Real name: He is known as the Wizard of Oz, but in the book by Frank Baum, his legal name is Oscar Zoroaster Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkel Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs. The character says he only uses his first two initials because the rest of them together spell “Pinhead.”

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Ham and pineapple: Those who like ham and pineapple pizza can thank Sam Panopoulos, a Greek-born, Canadian restaurateur. In the 1960s, he added pineapple to a ham and bacon pizza because he thought the sweet and savoury mix would taste good.

Holding a grudge: Don’t do anything to anger a crow! Biologists have figured out that crows are smart enough to recognize human faces, and if someone annoys them, crows can hold a grudge for years.

Northern lights: Sleeping through a chance to see aurora borealis, or the northern lights, would be disappointing. That’s why some hotels in Iceland offer an optional wake-up service to customers in case the spectacular event appears after they have gone to sleep.
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Knock! Knock! Who’s there? Sizzle. Sizzle who? Sizzle hurt you more than it will hurt me.

Someone stole my mood ring. I don’t know how I feel about that.

A witch published a book of potion recipes, but it was useless. She forgot to spell-check.

Nit: “Haven’t I seen your face before?”
Wit: “I don’t think so. It’s always been between my ears.”

Why do kings have royal seals? Because royal walruses eat too much.
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Trivia Answers: 1. 3,000  2. George H.W. Bush  3. Thimphu  4. Nikola Tesla  5. Bingo
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