Events Archive, 2010

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Marc Atkinson Quartet Dance

New Years Eve Fiddle
Gypsie Hoe Down!
Hornby Hall

Hornby's own Marc Atkinson is bringing his Quartet to the Hornby Hall for another fantastic New Year's Eve event.

Bring in 2011 with your dancing shoes on!


Doors will open at 9pm and admission is $25.
All bar proceeds will go to the Hornby Festival

Caroline James Christmas Exhibition
at the Hornby Hall December 20 to 23

"Birds You've Never Met Before and
Some Other Uncommon Discoveries"

Caroline James is excited to bring her work to the Hall for a special holiday art show where you will find brand new, small, very special and very affordable pieces. Please join her at the Show Opening on December 20th, 6 to 9pm, for mulled wine and Christmas goodies.

Show hours: December 21 to 23, 11am - 4pm

Community Christmas Caroling

December 21st, 7:30pm
Hornby Hall

Join the Hornby Community in a favorite holiday tradition and celebrate the season through song. This is a family event and everyone is welcome as we make merry and raise our voices together.

Last Farmers Market of 2010!

Sat, December 18, 11am to 2pm
Hornby Hall

Hornby artisans, craftspeople and purveyors of tasty treats invite you to the last Farmers Market of the year. On the last Saturday before Christmas the Hall will be filled with all manner of good will, beauty and much more. Come on down and take part in spreading the holiday spirit!

The Final Shoes of Professor Marvellian
Presented by Hornby Island Theater Society

Hornby Community Hall
Friday, Dec 17th & Saturday, Dec 18th at 7pm
Sunday, Dec 19th at 1pm

Andrea Kaback has adapted and is directing this whimsical and magical play for the child in us all. Starring Richard Laskin, Zsofin Sheehy, Lorne Sutherland, Cassidy Theriault and the amazing kids of the Hornby Island, expect to be taken on a delightful journey. A fantastic way to begin the holiday season!

Tickets will be available at the GasBar and on the Co-op Porch.
Adults $12 Advance / $15 Door. Children $6 (under 4 free if they are on a lap)

On Board!

Board Development Workshop for Community Organizations
Tuesday, November 30, 10am
Room to Grow

Hornby's various societies and co-operatives play a major part in the Island's well being and economy. Their success is largely dependent upon community members who volunteer to sit on boards. HICEEC is providing support for these key individuals by hosting a Board Development workshop. A survey has helped identify key issues for Hornby boards that will be addressed in this workshop which will be lead by Meaghan Curzons, an animated facilitator with a wealth of experience of various types of organizations in small and medium-sized communities.

Please bring a brown bag lunch.
For more information and to register please contact HICEEC at 250-335-1155 or ceed@telus.net

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Christmas Faire 2010

Saturday, November 27th
Hornby Hall & School Gym
10am to 4pm

Hornby Island's annual Christmas Faire has great food, treats, music, and unique gifts of all kinds. All of the Island's artisans come out to this festive event, even the young ones in the children's market! Don't miss the action when Santa arrives!

Call Elaine at 250-335-0276 for more information.

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On the Money

Thursday, November 25, 10am
Hornby Island Community Hall

Workshop on Tax and Financial Issues for small and home-based businesses & non-profit organizations

This workshop continues HICEEC's series of workshops for Hornby Island's small and home-based business operators. Information of interest to non-profit organizations will also be provided. Presenter Chris McPhedron, who grew up on Hornby, has worked in the accounting field since 2004 and received his CA designation in 2007. Chris has provided accounting, taxation and other advisory services to many small to medium sized businesses as well as not-for-profit and governmental organizations.

Fee is $10. Please bring a brown bag lunch.
For more information and to register please contact HICEEC at 250-335-1155 or ceed@telus.net

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H.I.T.S. IS PROUD TO PRESENT
"My Favorite Animal"
by Tom Sime

The Hornby Hall
Thursday to Sunday,
November 18 - 21, 2010

An intelligent, insightful, saucy comedy that speaks to the old adage: Be careful what you wish for. Written by Tom Sime, an up-and-coming playwright from New York with a rare talent for dialogue and a serious twinkle in his eye, the play will be directed by Laura Consenting. Laura is a professional and passionate dramaphile who has trekked across the country from the Big Apple by train, bus, ferry, and car to be here on Hornby for the next couple of months to guide us through the adventure.

The play explores perspectives: What does it mean to be a man, or a woman, or both? Gender stereotyping, love, hunger, sex, all in the mix in a kaleidoscopic blend of wit and whimsy. Come and follow the cast of characters on their personal journey. Neither they nor you will leave unchanged.

Tickets $13 advance, $15 at the door.

Look for posters around the beginning of November.
Tickets will go on sale around the second< week of November at the usual places.

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Vegas Night II presents a
Moulin Rouge Cabaret

Saturday, November 6th
Hornby Hall

After the first fabulous Vegas night last winter, the same folks are back to present a star- studded evening of performance and dance. From burlesque to comedy to music - you are sure to be entertained and amazed. This is a costume party (with prizes!), but if you don't feel moved to come in costume you can put on your fancy dress clothes befitting a evening out on the town.

Doors open at 6:30 and show starts at 7:30pm
Tickets are $20 and available at the GasBar and on the Co-op porch

There will be a bar and concession with profits from the evening being donated to the Hornby Island Arts Council, The Kitchen, and the Hornby Festival Society. If you would like to volunteer or for more info please call Arlene at 250-335-9018.

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Little Mountain Yoga & Island Yoga Present

New Moon Retreat

A Weekend of Yoga on Hornby Island
Friday, Nov 5th to Sunday, Nov 7th

Come release, relax & rejuvinate in the hands of two experienced teachers, beachside on beautiful Hornby Island. Scheduled time for yoga, pranayama, meditation & wandering. Gourmet vegetarian meals provided. Large, shared ocean-front accomodation overlooking Little Tribune Bay.

$425/Person or $800/couple
(Locals contact jennifer regarding pricing)

To register contact:
nancy: nancyoga@telus.net (604) 928-3936
jennifer: jbarmstrong@uniserve.com (250) 335-1915

2nd Annual Halloween Mash-up

Saturday, October 30th
JoeKing Ballpark

Time to get spooky and head to the Ballpark for a night of zombies, beauty queens and the downright ghoulish! You can boogie the night as Sexy Results featuring Chef Ben rocks the house, followed by the grooves of DJ Pat. This event is a fundraiser for the Ballplark Kitchen (and of course a celebration of Ben's birthday!)

Tickets will be available at the GasBar soon. Watch for posters with more information.

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Blue Om
An Evening of Classical Indian Music

Friday, 22 October (full moon)
New Horizons

Om, the sound and the symbol that brings peace to many and contains the principle of unity. Blue Om is Ali Lennox on Tabla and Hornby's own Matt O'Donnell on Sitar. Join them for a wonderful evening of sublime music that will transport you to India.

Doors at 7:30pm with music beginning at 8:00pm
$10 at the door

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ISLA Design Workshop

Sunday, October 17, 1pm
New Horizons

This "next steps" session is of particular importance to potential residents of ISLA's land at 5040 Central Road. Everyone welcome to help the Islanders' Secure Land Association create a plan to develop their land.

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10K Gala Dinner

Sunday, October 10
Hornby Hall

The Hornby/Denman Growers & Producers Alliance is proud to present a Thanksgiving Feast of island grown food. The dinner will be followed by a dance with DJ Dancing Wolf who will keep you grooving with inspirational world dance music.

The dress code is free store formal and this 10km dinner is a part of a global work party day to work on climate change solutions. Changing the world tastes so good!

Tickets for dinner and dance are $25 (meat and vegetarian options) and for tickets for the dance only are $10. Tickets will available via porch sales and at the GasBar. Call 250-335-1990 for more info.

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Harvest Brass

A Night of Non-stop World Dance Music
Saturday Oct 9, Joe King

With Orkestar Slivovica
(Vanvouver, with Hornby's own Susan Gerofsky)
Traditional and modern Balken gypsy wedding brass with sass!

And Bolting Brassicas
(Lasqueti Island)
Multi-genre high octane brass, klezmer to carnival, balkan to blues!

Celebrate Thanksgiving with twenty trumpets, saxophones, tubas, drums... heart-wrenching songs, breakneck dance tunes, funky rhythms, and the BEST PARTY MUSIC IN THE WORLD! An energizing, all-ages extravaganza!

Doors at 8pm - Show 8:30 until you stop dancing! Tickets $15 at the Door/$12 for Joe King Members

More info:
orkestarslivovica.org | boltingbrassicas.ca | orkestars@gmail.com

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Silent Meditation Retreat

Deerheart Sanctuary
Fri Oct 1st to Mon Oct 4th

These retreats are rare opportunities to turn inward in an environment where the space is being held for deep inquiry into the absolute truth of your being. No one can really describe what experience awaits you as you turn inward and open to silence. It must be experienced, a conceptual understanding is not it. There is only one authority and that comes from within.

You will be guided to maintain absolute fidelity with your deepest experience. Simply allow what you are experiencing to be the ultimate truth in that moment without identifying with any story about those experiences.

Visit www.deerheartsanctuary.com for complete retreat information.

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Seaweed Workshop

Oct. 1, 2 & 3rd , 2010
Hornby Island

Instructor: Vera Rønningen
MSc. in Marine Ecology.

Learn to identify local seaweed species, also their uses in food, medicine and body care.

WORKSHOP INCLUDES: Friday night seaweed dinner, Saturday spa evening, a field trip and classes on identification & uses of local seaweeds.

Workshop only : $175
Workshop with accommodations for Fri & Sat nights:

  • Single $300
  • Double $500

We will provide a dinner on Fri evening. A kitchen will be available for students to cook their other meals.

Download the poster

Contact info: Vera Rønningen at
mermaidsdelight@gmail.com
Telephone: 250-335-3106

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"What's that Buzzing?"
Hornby Fall Faire 2010

Sunday, September 19th
Olsens Farm

Hornby bees are buzzing with excitement as plans are formulating for another Fall Faire. Come and bee-dazzled by a Queen bee, at least one Honey Bee, bee's knees and bees wax! We all the love the Fall Faire and it is a fantastic way to celebrate the bounty of summer, our amazing community and of course this wonderful island.

If you would like to volunteer and help out
contact Joan Harris at 250-335-0475. See you there!

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High Holyday Retreat
on Hornby Island

Wed-Sun, 8-12 September 2010
Fri-Sun, 17-19 September 2010

Led by Rabbi Daniel Siegel and Noam Dolgin This will be an intimate High Holyday experience for 20-30 people.

We will combine traditional liturgy, creativity, and study to create a unique connection among the deep meaning of these special days, our people's traditions, and our contemporary commitment to a Judaism which embodies the universal as well as the particular.

For further information, see: http://alephcanada.ca/

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Natural History Exhibit

10am - 3pm, Tuesday - Saturday
2100 Sollans Road (Hornby Community School)
Follow the signs to the door!

The Natural History Exhibit is a great field trip with the kids, located in the school, admission is by donation and the Exhibit will open all summer. Come and explore Hornby's rich and unique natural heritage! The Exhibit also sponsors a Thursday speaker series with all presentations beginning at 2pm.

Thursday Summer Speaker Series:

Donations Welcome!! Free Admission
All presentations from 2pm - 3pm

*Check out the poster for full details.

July 22 - Art Martell Getting to Know the Birds of Hornby

July 29 - Amanda Zielinski Dive into the Underwater World of Hornby

August 5 - Dan Bowen Journey Through Time with Vancouver Island's Fabulous Fossils

August 12 - Michael Whipps Geological Adventures and their Teachings for the Future

FREE ADMISSIONS....Donations Welcome

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Jazz at the Cove Featuring
Tony Wilson & Nick McGowan

Tuesdays 7:15 to 9:30

Join guitarist Tony Wilson and sax player Nick McGowan at Fords Cove every Tuesday for a fine evening of jazz musings overlooking Lambert Channel. Hornby Island is extremely lucky to call these venerable musician our own - the combination of their talent, gorgeous sunsets and great cove pizza is a fantastic way to end your day.

Call 250-335-2169 for more info

Bakery Music

Bakery Summer Music

Every summer the Cardboard House Bakery features music every Wednesday and Sunday nights at 6:30pm. Featuring mostly local Hornby Island musicians, nothing is better than sitting in the orchard enjoying the scene on a pleasant summer evening.

Click here for the Cardboard House Bakery
summer music schedule and see who is playing.

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Hornby Recreation

2010 Summer Programs

Summer on Hornby will see a wide variety of recreation programs and activities for your fitness and enjoyment. In addition to hiking, biking and beach hopping there will be organized sailing camps, day camps for kids, soccer, fiddle camp and much, much more. Be Active, Stay Healthy & Have Fun.

If you have any questions/suggestions or are interested in getting updates of programs and events via email please contact the Hornby Recreation Coordinator at (250)335-0540 or commrecreation@hotmail.com.

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Hornby Island Art Council Gallery
Exhibition Schedule for 2010 Season

HIAC Logo

HIAC has a wonderful year of shows planned at the ARC Gallery. You can stop by and take in the latest shows on Wednesday and Saturdays (12 to 3) until the end of June. The Gallery will be open daily over the summer.

The ARC Gallery located behind the Medical Centre and Dental Bus at 2115 Sollans Road. Drop in for a visit before or after medical appointments or when you're browsing the market, we're just up the hill!

View the Hornby Island Arts Council Studio Guide for 2010 (9 mB ).


Robin de Lavis


Masoud Zadeh

April 16 - 29
Ekata Nadeau - pottery & ceramics
May 1 - 19
Elizabeth Macdonald and Cindy Anderson - mosaic workshop & exhibition
May 21 - June 2
Stevi Kittleson - visual artwork
June 4 - 16
Masoud Zadeh - pottery & ceramic sculpture
June 18 - 30
Alpen Kelley - paintings & jewelry
July 2 - 14
Doreen Cooper - paintings
July 16 - 28
Robin de Lavis - paintings & prints
July 30 - August 11
Close to the Heart - Hornby Island Artists Group Show
August 13 - 25
Alisa Aiken and Arlene McIlroy - glass art and jewelry
August 27 - Sept. 8
Glen Rabena - west coast native style wood carving
September 10 - 19
Denise Sturmwind - photography

ARC Gallery Hours

Shoulder Season:
Wednesday & Saturday
12:00 - 3:00 PM

Summer Hours:
Daily
12:00 - 3:00 PM

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Hornby Hall Art Shows Schedule

Summer 2010

Once again the walls of the Hornby Hall will be filled with art that will inspire and sometimes even challenge you. From oil to acrylic, fabric to metal, the sublime to the outrageous, you will be amazed at the talent we have to offer. All the artists will be holding Opening Receptions which are lovely opportunities to spend the evening mingling with residents, fellow art lovers and the artist.

Jul 7-10 Tara Ireland / Elspeth Armstrong
Title: 2 Perspectives en plein Sketches
Opening: July 8th, 7pm
Hours: 11am to 4pm
Jul 11-14 Brad Allen
Title: Random Acts of Metal
Opening: July 12th
Hours: 10am to 4pm
Jul 16-18 Caroline James
Title: (Totally, completely, utterly) New Works
Opening: July 15th, 6:30pm
Hours: 10am to 4pm
Jul 19-21 Tessa Fenger
Opening: July 19th, 7pm
Hours: 11am to 4pm
Jul 22-24 Tara Ireland
Title: New Works
Opening: July 23rd, 7pm
Hours: 11am to 4pm
Jul 25-26 ISLA Fundraiser Silent Auction
Title: Home Sweet Home - Original Donated Hornby Art
Opening: July 25th, 7pm
Hours: 11am to 4pm
Final Bidding: July 27th, 4 to 5pm
Jul 29-Aug 7 Hornby Festival 2010
Opening : July 29th, 7pm, Festival Opening Reception & Art Show Opening
Art show Title: Imagining the Outer Layer - Hornby Open Art Show
Hours: Check posters and Festival website
Aug 9-12 Hornby Archives
Title: Hornby Builds
Opening: Aug 9, 7pm
Hours: 9th - 10am to 4pm; 10th & 11th - 11am to 8pm; 12th - 11am to 4pm
Aug 13-16 Coral Barclay / Masoud Zadeh
Title: New Works - Seascapes & Ceramics
Opening: Friday, August 13th
Hours: 11am to 5pm
Aug 17-20 Liz Charsley-Jory & Dawn Stofer
Title: Views from Across the Pond
Opening: August 17th, 2pm
Hours: 11am to 5pm
Aug 21-24 Diane Smith
Title: Memoirs
Opening: Aug 21, 7pm
Hours: 11am to 5pm
Aug 26-28 Janet Morgan
Title: One Woman Retro
Opening: Aug 27th, 7pm
Hours: 10am to 5pm
Aug 29-Sep 1 Elaine Savoie / Persimmon Blackbridge / Sara Vipond
Title: Group Show
Opening: Aug 30, 7pm
Daily: 10am to 4pm

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Arbuts Arts
Summer Art Shows 2010

Celebrate the new show openings with artists in attendance. Come on down to the Cove to share refreshments and snacks and view the work in this incredible setting on the first Friday of each show, 7 to 9pm

Open Daily 10-5 (Unless Otherwise Noted)


Wayne Wiens

May 21 to June 13
(Open Hours: Thurs - Sun 11am to 4pm)
Jill Royall - Paintings
Ekta Nadeau - Ceramics
June 18 to July 1
Robert Henderson - Paintings
July 2 to 15
Fiona Spalding Smith - Photography
Joe Stefiuk - Ceramics
July 16 to 29
Tina Harrison - Paintings
Rusty Harrison - Wood Turnings
July 30 to August 12
Hornby Fabricators - Multi Textile Media
August 13 to 26
Wayne Wiens - Photography
August 27 to Sept 5
Elaine & Douglas Bouey - Paintings
For More Info call 250.335.2312 / 2364 or visit Arbutus Arts listing.

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Silent Meditation Retreat

Deerheart Sanctuary
August 27th to 30th

These retreats are rare opportunities to turn inward in an environment where the space is being held for deep inquiry into the absolute truth of your being. No one can really describe what experience awaits you as you turn inward and open to silence. It must be experienced, a conceptual understanding is not it. There is only one authority and that comes from within.

You will be guided to maintain absolute fidelity with your deepest experience. Simply allow what you are experiencing to be the ultimate truth in that moment without identifying with any story about those experiences.

Visit www.deerheartsanctuary.com for complete retreat information.

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Book Launch & Sound Field

Fri, Aug 27, 19:30 to 22:00
New Horizons

Tamara will share stories (www.thecrystalheart.com/books) and songs: poems and pure tones. Her trilogy was written during two years in over 10 countries as she followed her heart. Her intention is to offer a direct experience of presence in the moment.

"This is how I write the books, how I travel to the places I am called to, how the conditions that support me unfold. My journey opened me to the power of playing from the heart; this is what I wish to communicate."

By donation. Books will be available for purchase.
Contact: Elke 250-335-0232
Other locations: check www.thecrystalheart.com/sacred-sound-fields

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Hand Drumming Is Fun An Exploration of Middle Eastern Rhythms with Kouskous

Tuesday, August 24, 2010
3245 Gunpowder Tr, Hornby Island
10am to Noon, $25

(Middle Eastern drums provided)

This workshop is for anyone interested in rhythm and drumming, from the novice to the more experienced. Join the Kouskous duo, Gary Cohen and Amber Woods, as they gently guide you through the drumming patterns that make Middle Eastern Rhythms so rich, unique, and spicy. Their team teaching provides a relaxed atmosphere with easy to follow, step-by-step, multi-level instruction. Learn how to make the basic sounds and to combine them into universal patterns as well as the more commonly used Middle Eastern Rhythms. The workshop includes call and response, unison drumming, group soloing, and great grooves.

Call Hanna at 250 335-3020 to reserve your place.

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Kouskous & The Soul Sisters

Monday, August 23, 8pm
Hornby Hall

An Evening of Middle Eastern &
Jewish Spirit Music

"Kouskous" is the dynamic Victoria duo of Gary Cohen (vocals, guitar) and Amber Woods (doumbek, tambourine, and dance). Gary is a world music artist and Amber provides the rhythm and magically brings people to their feet with her joyful presence.

"The Soul Sisters" are Myrna Rabinowitz and Hanna Tiferet Siegel, who have been writing melodies and making music together for three decades. Myrna sings with depth and passion in Hebrew, Yiddish, and Ladino. Hanna, a rabbi and spiritual guide, awakens the feminine voice within the ancient texts.

They will merge their musical styles and repertoire to create an evening of song and dance that makes your heart smile, surrounded by the beauty of Diane Smith's Silk Fibre Creations.

Tickets are $15
Children ages 7-12 are $5
Door opens at 7:45pm

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Marc Atkinson Quartet
Debut Performance!

Saturday, August 21, 8pm
Hornby Hall

Note that the performance is on the 21st, not the 22nd as was listed in the community calendar.

The quartet will be performing selections from the four Marc Atkinson Trio CDs but with different instrumentation. It is the debut of a new sound that Marc has been wanting to experiment with and Hornby seems the best place to introduce it. The concert will feature Adrian Dolan (violin/accordion), who many of you know from the Bills and from his rocking' fiddle dances with the Hornby Festival at Olsen Farm. It also will introduce percussion to Marc's compositions with respected percussionist Kelby MacNayr.

Please come early to enjoy the opening of the art show from Diane Smith and Coral Barclay at 7pm. The show time is 8pm. There will be a bar and snacks with all proceeds going to the Medical Clinic as a fundraiser. To get an idea of what the concert will be like, check out the video links at www.marcatkinson.com.

Hope to see you all there!

Tickets are $20 at Gas Bar
or at the door if available

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The Publishing Landscape
Who, What, Why, How

Wed, Aug 11th & Thur, Aug 12th
New Horizons -- 1 to 5 pm

Mary Schendlinger has worked in publishing for over 35 years in editorial, marketing, and production. She writes and edits books and other print and on-line materials. Mary is presently teaching Editorial Theory and Practice and coordinating the Book Publishing Program at S.F.U. and teaching the Creative Writing Program at U.B.C.

Panel with Q & A Session -- Thursday, Aug 12th 7:30 pm
Al Forrie, Carole Chambers & Keith Harrison.

Fee: $95.00, Blue Pencil Sessions: $25.00
(only eight sessions available on first come basis)

Please register at HIAC, 2115 Sollans Road
Phone: 335-2070 or 335-1360. Email: hornbyac@telus.net

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Morphogenic Field Productions, in cooperation with The Moment, present:

Hang Out

New Horizons
August 8th, 2010, 8pm

A Concert & Triple CD Launch, featuring
Niel Golden & David Kaetz & the musical wonder
of the 21st century, the
PANArt hang + tabla + clarinet, etc.

Songs & Stories & Music for a New Dream

Over the last few years, Niel & David have been performing & recording the music of a newly invented instrument, & their separate travels with hang have taken them from Oslo to Auckland to Timbuktu & beyond. Niel's 1st solo CD, "It's a Journey," along with David's 1st solo CD, "All Things are Impermanent," as well as the maiden CD of a new Canadian/Norwegian trio, Himinglåva, will be launched at this event.

Admission: $15 @ the door
www.davidraphaelkaetz.com
N.B. - This music has been tested on animals

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Hornby Festival 2010
July 30 to August 7

Opening Reception, July 29

Please join us for Hornby Festival 2010 as we present another innovative and diverse programme this summer. Once again we will have the stunning backdrop of Olsen's Farm for our outdoor performances, July 30th to August 3rd, before moving to the intimate and charming Hornby Hall for the balance of the Festival.

View the 2010 Festival Line-up.

www.hornbyfestival.bc.ca

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Turning the Tide
. . . One Ripple at a Time

July 29th to Aug 3rd
New Horizons

Opening - Thursday July 29th, 2010 7PM to 9PM

Textile art Show of work created by the North Island Quilters for Community Awareness and guest artists. Hosted by HUGGS, Hornby's United Grandmothers & Grand Sisters.

Admission - By Donation
All proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation
to help African Grandmothers raise their orphaned grandchildren
as a result of the AIDS Pandemic.

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Home Sweet Home
ISLA Summer Fundraiser

Sun, Jul 25th to Tues, Jul 27th
Hornby Hall

Sun July 25th: Opening 8 to 11pm
Mon July 26th: Art Show 11am to 4pm, Dance 8pm
Tues July 27th: Art Show 11am to 4pm, Champagne & Final Bidding 4 to 5pm

Come and bid on collector-donated original Art to raise funds for the Islanders' Secure Land Association (ISLA). View and buy new and original art works by island artists. Be dazzled at the unveiling of the collaboratively designed dollhouse available to win by chance through lottery.

This will be ISLA's only summer fundraiser, don't miss your chance to support affordable housing on Hornby Island!

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Summer Dance!
ISLA Fundraiser

Mon, Jul 26th -- 8pm
Hornby Hall

This dance is part of the Home Sweet Home fundraiser and features the blues band Six Pack. Come out to the community hall for this licenced event with delicious savories. Dance the night away in support of the Islanders' Secure Land Association (ISLA).

Six Pack features:

  • Ken Clark/bass
  • Ron McMurtrie/sax and vocals
  • Steve Peters/harmonica and vocals
  • Breagan Smith/lead guitar and vocals
  • Brian Smith/drums
  • Mick Vet/Rhythm Guitar and vocals

Part of Home Sweet Home, This will be ISLA's only summer fundraiser, don't miss your chance to support affordable housing on Hornby Island!

Tix $15 at the gas bar or $18 at door.

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Annual Auction and Salmon BBQ

Sunday, July 25
Brenda & Peter's Little Tribune Bay
Golf Course, 5pm

Please come to this memorable dinner and be prepared to get excited at the auction - you could go home with anything from a beautiful local work of art to a fabulous holiday in an exotic destination. Organized by the Hornby Island Community Fund & the Hornby Island Arts Council

Tickets: $35 Adult, $20 Youth/Student
For more information, please call Brenda or Peter, at 335-1116
or Karen Ross at 335-1455

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17th annual Golf Tournament

July 12, 22, 23
Brenda & Peter's Little Tribune Bay
Golf Course

18 holes of golf, 18 hole practice round, and a fun windup evening hosted by Peter Wardle & Brenda Cha. All proceeds to Hornby Island Community Fund

Tickets $40. adult, $20 youth/student
For more information, please call Brenda or Peter, at 335-1116
or Karen Ross at 335-1455

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Hornby Festival Tastings
A Celebration of Regional Spirits, Food & Culture

Friday, July 16, 2010 - 2 to 5pm
Carbrea Vineyard & Winery
1885 Central Road, Hornby Island

Close your eyes and picture a summer afternoon on Hornby at Hornby Festival Tastings- warm breezes through the vineyard - sipping locally and regionally produced spirits - sampling gourmet snacks - listening to talented musicians and meeting renowned artists displaying their talents. Conversation - laughter - and friends! Click here to see some pictures of the great times had at Tastings 2009.

Admission $30 advance / $34 door

www.hornbyfestival.bc.ca

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The Gertrudes

Tuesday, July 13th
Hornby Hall, 8pm

Banjo picker, Annie Clifford, had a dream about The Gertrudes. She told guitar picker, Greg Tilson, about the dream and he picked up the phone and called up all The Gertrudes in her dream. The rest, as they say, is history.

The Gertrudes sound like an ol' time saloon party in deep space... experimental noise beds with down home folk passengers, frolicking through original material, played by a veritable orchestra of instruments. nerdgrass? maybe...

Tickets will be sold at the Gasbar
and on the Co-op Porch beginning in July.
For more info call 250-335-0623

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One Heart!
A Yoga/Silent Meditation Retreat for Women

Fri, July 2nd to Mon, July 5th
Deerheart Sanctuary

Nurturing the heart through yoga asanas, meridian study and embracing the silence within. This is a rare opportunity to enter into a deep practice.

Participants will be asked to stay on sight for the entire retreat. Fresh, live food will be served to nourish your well being.

A full itinerary will be posted on the website.

$275 includes program, live food, camping *other accommodation available, please inquire for prices. There are 2 partially subsidized spaces available for work trade.

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Hidden Hornby
Biennial Home & Garden Tour

Saturday, July 3rd
Multiple Sites, 10am to 5pm

Wander through a thousand lavender plants, lose yourself in meandering gardens, then quench your thirst with a glass of delicious mead while enjoying one of Hornby's most spectacular views. This is but one of a dozen unique and stunning sites on this year's Home & Garden Tour, from innovative solar & straw bale designs and a neighbourhood permaculture water catchment system to exquisite homes and magical blooms.

Admission $20

Lunch by Trish Vet at New Horizons

www.hornbyfestival.bc.ca

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Hornby Recycled Fashion Show
"Around the World in 80 Days"

Thur, July 1st & Fri, July 2nd
Hornby Hall

Don't miss your chance to be amazed by Hornby ingenuity and artistic expression! Join the journey and cheer for your favorite outfit while supporting a great cause. Bar and concession open at 7:30pm, show begins at 8 pm.

Tickets: $20 at the Gas Bar.
Proceeds will go to the New Clinic Fund.

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Crystal Journey
with Quartz Crystal Bowls & Paiste Gongs

Wed, June 16 -- 7:30pm
Deerheart Sanctuary

The Crystal Journey Mission Statement: To create expansive, improvised and beautiful music, to awaken consciousness, to promote peace and to restore balance of the self and the planet.

The shows will take place in two 40 to 50 minute sets. David's usual set up includes 15-20 quartz crystal bowls, 8-10 Paiste Planet gongs, a vibraphone and an assortment of other tuned percussion instruments. Nothing is amplified, pre-recorded or rehearsed

Tickets are $20 at the door
bring a yoga mat or blanket to lay on
For more info see www.deerheartsanctuary.com

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Behold! One night Only!
Curse of the Phantom Circus

A short film by Zsofin.

Live music Tony, Dana, Daryl band and fine treats. 1920's Costumes! 1920's Dancing. Licensed Event.

Come dressed to the tens and walk the red carpet, experience the roaring twenties like never before! with fire and spectacular entertainment.

Saturday, June 12th 2010, 8:30pm
tickets $5 / door $8 / without costume $10

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The Mishras

Friday, June 11th
Hornby Hall -- 8pm

From his home city of Benares, an ancient spiritual centre of traditional music and Hindu culture, Pandit Deobrat Mishra is bringing classical North Indian ragas and folk music to Hornby Island, gifting the audience with a fabulous performance and a spiritual experience.

Joining him in this concert performance will be Prashant Mishra on tabla drums.

Tickets are $20.00 at the door.

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Gita Yawaste

Saturday, June 5th
Deerheart Sanctuary -- 7:30 pm

A celebration of spiritual diversity in chant.

Gita Yawaste is an unlikely grouping of musicians brought together by guitarist/vocalist Phil Rossner in order to do chant/song from all spiritual traditions. Their name, Gita Yawaste, reflects what they are wishing to convey - a celebration of spiritual diversity. "Gita" is Sanskrit for "song" and Yawaste is Lakota for "blessing".

Requested Donation: $10
www.gita-yawaste.net
gitayawaste@shaw.ca

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May Music

Sea Breeze Lodge

Saturday May 8th

Suzie Vinnick
Dinner and a show 35 dollars.

Thursday May 13th

Little Miss Higgins Across The Plains Tour
Dinner and a show 35 dollars.

Saturday May 29th

Keith Bennett and David Sinclair
Dinner and show 35 dollars.

These will be three of the hottest gigs we have ever had at Seabreeze, limited seating.

888.516.2321
250.335.2321
info@seabreezelodge.com
www.seabreezelodge.com

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Seaweed Workshop

May 28 - 30, 2010

Instructor: Vera Rønningen MSc. in Marine Ecology.

Learn to identify local seaweed species, also their uses in food, medicine and body care.

Workshop Includes:

  • Fri. night seaweed dinner
  • Sat. spa evening, 2 field trips
  • Classes on identification & uses of local seaweeds

Cost

Workshop only : $225 Workshop
With accommodations for Fri & Sat nights: Single $300/Double $500

We will provide a dinner on Fri evening. A kitchen will be available for students to cook their other meals.

Contact info:

Rønningen at mermaidsdelight@gmail.com
Telephone: 250-335-3106

Opening into Spring
Yoga Retreat on Beautiful Hornby Island

Friday May 28 to Sunday May 30

Come celebrate the season and sink into practice...

This is a wonderful opportunity to experience 8+ hours of yoga and pranayama practice while enjoying shared accommodation overlooking the spectacular beach at Little Tribune Bay. Join 2 experienced yoga teachers for lots of personal hands-on guidance & support, gourmet vegetarian meals and plenty of time for rest & wandering. Suitable for all levels of ability

$395/person or $750/couple (pricing available for locals & those with housing on-island / max of 12 participants)

to register please contact:
jennifer armstrong jbarmstrong@uniserve.com 250.335.1915 or
nancy frohlick nancyoga@telus.net 604.928.3936

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ABOUT FACES
JO LECHAY: New Work

May 21 to 24
Hornby Hall

Your are invited to the Hall to view the latest work from Jo Lechay as she presents an exhibit of paintings inspired by the unfettered immediacy of children's drawings and the rude, insurgent mischief of graffiti.

Opening Reception is on Friday, May 21, 7 to 10 pm.
The show will also be open for viewing
Sat, May 22nd & Mon, the 24th - 11 am to 5 pm & Sun. May 23rd, 12 to 3pm

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Louise Rose

Sunday, May 23rd
Hornby Hall

Door at 7pm, Performance at 8pm
No reserved seating

A talented pianist, vocalist and actress, Louise was formally trained in piano, organ, voice, conducting and arranging. Some of her studies were with Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington and Leonard Bernstein. She performs jazz, blues, gospel, standards and draws on an extensive repertoire of original music. She'll weave her harmonious web of sounds with her voice and lush piano stylings. The result is velvet and silk. The response is Ahhh! Along with performing, Louise conducts the 200 voices of the Victoria Good News Choir and coaches numerous groups including the Downbeat Magazine award-winning vocal jazz ensemble 'Genesis', Her philosophy about singing and about much of the rest of life has been passed down to her from her Grandmother, "You are worthy simply because you're breathing." Therefore there are no auditions.

Tickets on sale for $20 at GasBar March 13 and at for $22 at the door.
www.lrose.com

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Heron Rocks Plant Sale

Sunday, May 23rd - 11am to 2pm
Heron Rocks

Plants, Flowers, Shrubs, Perennials,
Annuals, Trees and Much More

Be sure to join us for afternoon tea. Relax and enjoy an afternoon listening to music by the sea.

Plenty of free parking available
Call Anna 335-0988 for more info.

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Stairway to Your
Business Dreams

Workshop for Denman and Hornby Small and Home-based Businesses

Monday, May 17 - 10:30am - 4:30pm
New Horizons Hall, Hornby Island
$12.oo - Brown bag lunch - beverages provided
Pre-register by 7 May

Facilitated by Helen Furgale (Programs Manager, Community Futures) and Christine Fordham (small business consultant). Workshop provided by HICEEC and Community Futures Strathcona.

Program Highlights

  • researching and evaluating business ideas
  • planning your business
  • financing your business
  • grass roots marketing
  • resources available for follow-up

Useful materials will be made available to all participants There will be time for participants to share experience and ideas. It should be informative and fun!

The contents of the day will be shaped to meet the needs of registrants. ***Please register soon and let us know what you would like to get out of the day***. Register by sending an email to ceec@telus.net providing your name and contact information what you would like to get out of this workshop.

For more information, about running a business, visit the business section of HICEEC's realHornby Resource Centre (lots of information and links). Visit the Community Futures Strathcona website, (many on-going programs).

Looking ahead HICEEC is planning a fall workshop on taxation for Small Businesses. Let us know your workshop ideas!

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Shantakaram
Comtemporay/Classical Indian Chants and Mantras

with Nadaka and Gopika, musicians from Auroville, South India

From the website:

"Vedic Mantras are pure sounds that were heard by the Rishis in ancient times. They carry a powerful energy that has been passed down over milleneums as seeds of divine knowledge. An eternal bridge from the past to the future, Sound, Music and Mantras remain a timeless expression of man's aspiration to transcend himself and experience a sense of oneness with all. Above and beyound religion we sing these mantras as an invocation to our highest inner guide"

Concert at the Hornby Hall Sunday, May 16, 8pm, tickets $18 at the door
Workshop at Deerheart Sanctuary, Saturday May 15, 10am-12:30, Register for $30 at 335-2890

Attend both concert and workshop for $43, a savings of $5!

www.shantakaram.net

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Gettin' Around: Presentations, Demonstrations, Open House and Forum

Saturday May 15 at New Horizons

Alternative transportation options will be explored to help islanders' reduce their impact and save money. Our special guest will be Louis Vallee of Mayne Island. Louis has been fooling around with electric cars since the late 60's. As an electronic technician, Louis has traveled North America to learn about innovations. He has lived on Mayne Island since 1980 and his slide-show presentation will include a look at how transportation evolved on the Gulf Islands. He will address the challenges of peak oil and explore practical alternatives that will support resilient island communities. These will include bikes, electric assists, electric cars and alternative fuels.

11am and 3pm: Presentation by Louis
1pm to 3pm: Open house with info and demonstrations
4pm: Forum with residents who've used alternative transport

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2010 Hornby Island
Blues Workshop

May 10th to May 13th

Now in their 11th year, the Hornby Island Blues Society invite some of the finest roots and blues musicians around to share their knowledge and inspiration with around 70 students. With our small class sizes, you get hands-on instruction, and one on one support to develop your musical talents. Our workshops cover a wide variety of instruments and blues playing styles. Students of all levels, from beginners to expert players will appreciate the positive and creative atmosphere that is everywhere during "Blues Week".

One of Canada's premier Blues instructional camps.

Registration opened on January 18th at 7:00pm Pacific Time.

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Mosaic Workshop

May 1st to May 7th
Hornby Island Arts Council

Here's your chance to get started with mosaics! Hornby artisits Elizabeth Macdonald and Cindy Anderson will be giving a workshop simplifying the whole idea of mosaics. Learn about where to begin, the process, and the finished product hanging on the wall! Save your collectibles! Register Soon as there is a limit of 8 participants. What more wonderful way to greet summer than the potential creations you can make in your own backyard, studio, sunroom, even the kitchen.

This workshop is being presented by the
Hornby Island Arts Council, 2115 Sollans Road
250-335-2070    email: hornbyac@telus.net
Cost: $250

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May At Deerheart

Shantakaram Chants & Mantras Workshop
May 15th

Above and beyound religion we sing these mantras as an invocation to our highest inner guide.
Cost: $30 ($25 if purchased with concert)

Silent Meditation Retreat
May 21st - May 24th

Be in silence, inquire into the truth of your being.
Cost by Donation

Community Silent Meditation Sit
Every Wednesday

Come meditate with community.
Cost by Donation

For more info on these and other offerings
please go to www.deerheartsanctuary.com
or call Michelle: 250-335-0952

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April At Deerheart

New Moon Toning & Talking Circle - With Michelle
Apr. 14

Clear your energy field by expressing your truth in each moment through sound
By Donation

Why Meditate? Introduction for Beginners
With Michelle
Apr. 18th

Learn about meditation and its meaning for you
Cost: By Donation

Silent Meditation Retreat
Apr. 23rd - Apr. 26th

Be in silence, inquire into the truth of your being.
Cost by Donation

Full Moon Toning & Talking Circle - With Michelle
Apr. 28

Clear your energy field by expressing your truth in each moment through sound
By Donation

Community Silent Meditation Sit
Every Wednesday

Come meditate with community.
Cost by Donation

T'ai Chi Principles - With Ed Hoeppner
Every Wednesday & Saturday

Apply T'ai Chi to all areas of your daily activities
Cost by Donation

For more info on these and other offerings
please go to www.deerheartsanctuary.com
or call Michelle: 250-335-0952

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International Dance Day
A Tribute to the Spirit of Pest

Thursday, April 29, 7pm
Hornby Hall

The whole world celebrates International Dance Day with events taking place in over 200 countries. Every year this Day has a theme, and for 2010 it is New Humanism.

Join Hornby dancers as dance in Tribute to the Spirit of Pest and channel the Crow. There will be special musical and spoken word guests to round out what will be a moving and beautiful experience.

Admission by Donation.

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British Invasion
Ballpark Fundraiser

Saturday, April 24th
Joe King Ball Park

First came the Beatles and then the flood of English pop and rock bands followed. Come out and see fellow Hornbyites cover your favorites of the era at this fundraiser for the Ball Park.

Tickets: $15 for HIAA members / $20 for non-members

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Celtic Festival

April 24th & 25th
Hornby Hall

The Celtic Festival has been hosted on Hornby Island every second year since 1984. The focus of the festival is participation, and players, singers and dancers at all levels are welcome. Workshops are offered in many areas of Celtic music and dance, including fiddle, whistle, flute, bodhran, pipes, voice, guitar and Irish and Scottish dancing. Workshops run all day Saturday and Sunday. Performances take place at the Community Hall at lunchtime and on Saturday evening. Tickets for the Saturday evening concert will be on sale at the Community Hall at noon on Saturday, April 25.

Please call June Cannon for more information at 250-335-2841

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A Roof Over Our Heads
ISLA Fundraiser

Fashion Show, Sat. Apr. 17 - 7pm
Auction, Sun. Apr. 18 - 1pm
Hornby Hall

Come on out to help ISLA create affordable housing on Hornby Island at this two day event. Saturday night features a unique fashion show showcasing hats created by local artists while Sunday has an afternoon silent auction offering you a chance to take home one (or more) of the hats.

Come enjoy Sunday's auction with cake & tea and music provided by Tony, Dana, and Darryl. Door is at 1pm, exhibition is at 3pm, and last bid is at 5:30pm.

Contact Anne Ngan at 335-2453 for information.

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Easter Indoor Farmers Market
At the Hall

Saturday, April 3 - 11 to 2

The daffodils are up and the Farmers Market is back! Our artisans have been busy through the winter crafting their wares and invite you to come out to have a look and a visit as the hall comes alive for the first market of 2010.

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William Chapman Nyaho

Friday, April 2nd
Hornby Hall

Door at 6:30pm, pre-show chat at 7pm
Performance at 8pm
No reserved seating

Classical pianist, William Chapman Nyaho, is a well known researcher and performer of classical music. His solo CD "Senku: Piano Music by Composers of African Descent," is a groundbreaking compilation of music of the African Diaspora. Gramophone Magazine said, "Nyaho's gripping performances kept my ears glued to this disc. Let's hope the pianist continues to explore - and record - more such commanding repertoire." A recipient of many prizes from international piano competitions, Chapman Nyaho has performed in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and throughout North America, including Washington D.C.'s Kennedy Center.

Tickets on sale for $22 at GasBar March 13 and at for $25 at the door.
www.nyaho.com

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Bare-Naked 2! A Life Drawing Show

Fri, March 26 to Sun, March 28
Hornby Hall

Celebrating the human form, the Life Drawing group assembles every Sunday morning at Room to Grow to create drawings in a variety of media. Join them for this stripped-down informal show at the Hall where they will reveal all. The Opening Reception will take place on Friday, March 26, at 7pm and the show runs until Sunday March, 28.

Call Jo at 335-3480 for more information about the show or the Life Drawing Group.

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Painting into Spirit Workshop

March 26th to 29th
Victoria

This amazing 4 day workshop is only offered every two years and combines the powerful processes of Free Expression Painting and Mindfulness or Vipassana meditation.

Free Expression Painting (facilitated by Caroline James) is an incredible practice for discovering ones own unique creative voice through the use of very simple tools and mediums. Central to the process is the understanding of how we can let go of judgments that block authentic expression and therefore prevents us from being present in the creative moment. Vipassana meditation (facilitated by Beth Trotter) trains us to bring our attention back to the present moment, back to the creativity at hand.

No experience is necessary in either discipline.

Cost: $395.00 plus a small materials fee. All materials and mediums are included except for a few inexpensive brushes.

For more information please visit www.carolinejames.com
or email Carolin James: caroline@carolinejames.com
Ph: 250-335-1910

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Silent Meditation Retreat

Deerheart Sanctuary
March 19th to 22nd

These retreats are rare opportunities to turn inward in an environment where the space is being held for deep inquiry into the absolute truth of your being. No one can really describe what experience awaits you as you turn inward and open to silence. It must be experienced, a conceptual understanding is not it. There is only one authority and that comes from within.

You will be guided to maintain absolute fidelity with your deepest experience. Simply allow what you are experiencing to be the ultimate truth in that moment without identifying with any story about those experiences.

Visit www.deerheartsanctuary.com for complete retreat information.

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ISLA Movie Fund raiser
"Fierce Light"

Saturday, March 20th
7:30pm @ Hornby Hall

ISLA is very proud to present "Fierce Light", the award winning documentary film by Velcrow Ripper.

FIERCE LIGHT: When Spirit Meets Action reveals what is possible when human beings, faced with a world in crisis, rise to their absolute best. Fueled by the belief that another world is possible, acclaimed filmmaker Velcrow Ripper (Scared Sacred) takes us on a journey from Oaxaca to Quebec City, to South Central LA and other places where activists are motivated by love. Hailed as "achingly beautiful", this film was the audience favourite at the Vancouver International Film Festival.

Theatre concessions by Julia. "Fierce Light" is the feature film. It will be proceeded by a showing of "Hannah's Story," starting at 7:30 pm.

Admission is by donation, all proceeds to benefit ISLA, working toward affordable, stable housing on Hornby Island. There will be an opportunity to chat with ISLA members and purchase or renew your membership before and after the film.

For complete information about the movie, see the ISLA website.

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Carlos del Junco Returns!

Sunday, March 14th
Hornby Hall

Blues fans hold on to your hats! Carlos del Junco is playing the Hall! As one of the world's leading harmonica players he has been quietly issuing a steady moving stream of fantastically diverse recordings since 1993. The Hornby Blues Society is proud to present another rockin' show for your enjoyment.

Check out the Carlos del Junco and Hornby Blues Society websites.

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International Women's Day Weekend Celebration

March 6, 7, 8
Hornby Hall

International Women's Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. This year on Hornby we will have 3 days of events in celebration of women - because after all, one day isn't really enough.

The weekend will consist of an Art Show Opening on Saturday, March 6th, a Women's (of all ages) Social Tea on Sunday, March 7th and an amazing array of performances on Monday, March 8th.

All events will happen at the Hornby Hall with admission by donation.
All proceeds from the door and concession sales will be in support of Haiti.
Please watch for posters for more information

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Hafla - An Evening of Middle Eastern Dance

Friday, March 5th, 7pm
Hornby Hall

Opa! (as the Gypsy dancers cry...) You are invited for a spicy evening of Middle Eastern Dance featuring Hornby's own troupe of enchanting belly dancers and off-island guests moving and swaying to the irresistible rhythms of Arabia, Turkey, Morocco and elsewhere.

The incomparable Ted E. Tanner will cap off the evening by spinning world beat music for all to dance to after the show. Shahla of the Persian Palate will be serving her delicious exotic sweets and savories.

Admission is $10 (more if you can, less if can't).
Tickets available on co-op porch in late February and at the GasBar.

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The McGillicuddys

Rock the Hornby Hall
Saturday, Feb 27th, 8pm

A cross between old school punk rock'n'roll and traditional Celtic music this show will be a sure-fire way of keeping winter doldrums at bay. Come out and dance the night away!

Tickets available at the GasBar for $15.

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Las Vegas @ The Hall

February 6th, 2010
Doors at 6:30, show at 7:30 SHARP

SOLD OUT!!

Please Note the tribute of Tempest will not be shown at the Vegas show. It will be shown instead at the International Dance day for on April 29th where several of her songs will be danced to by the children and adults.

An evening of LIVE MUSIC AND COMEDY LAS VEGAS STYLE including a Hypnotist Act. The personas of famous people will be portrayed by the Hornby Island performers.

Don't miss the opening number by Dr. Laura, Jan Steen and Ron Emerson - "Makin' Whoopie."

Tapas, sweets and licensed bar. Tickets for show are $20 each. Available at the the Gas Bar daily and on the Co-op porch some days.

This is a benefit for Joe King Ballpark to raise money for a stainless steel kitchen.

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Sunday Jazz with Gerald

Sunday Jazz with Gerald

Is Back Again
(Because he wants to)

FOUR WINTERY SUNDAY NIGHTS
In the cozy confines of New Horizons
730-930pm
STARTING January 17, 2010

Come share Gerald's collection (and maybe some of Bill's) of Real Records, CDs, DVDs, and tapes covering all modes of jazz, instrumental and vocal.

There is a small charge (to help pay the rent)
$20 for all four Sundays
or $6 per session.
Call 250-335-1792 for info

Foot tapping encouraged!

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See My Shorts

Dates TBA
New Horizons

4 Evenings of Videos about Art and Artists plus Hi-Def Colour Slide Screenings

A RETROSPECTIVE OF THE VISUAL ARTS IN VANCOUVER 1981 - 2002 See the Weird, the Beautiful, the Famous, the Obscure, the Conceptual, the Wonderful, the Wild Style, and ... What The Frell Was That?!!

SUGGESTED DONATION $5.00 PER NIGHT
Proceeds go to the HIAC Bursary Fund
A Blue Pony Video Production
From King Anderson's Archives

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Hornby Recreation
Snow Day

Skiing/Boarding & X-country/Snowshoeing
Friday Jan. 22
On Mt. Washington

Group Rates (see link below)
We need 20 people for the group rate
so call now & register with
Andrea 250 335-2022
deandrea@telus.net

Click on this link for group rate prices.

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2nd Annual Hornby Island
Wassail Festival

Sunday, Jan. 17, at 1 pm
Heron Rocks Upper Orchard

The performers are YOU as we awaken the apple trees and scare away the evil spirits to ensure a bountiful autumn harvest.

You will drink warm cider and juice around the bonfire, march in costumes with the Wassail King and Queen, toast and sing to the trees, and bang your wooden spoons and pots.

Or - you can just enjoy the show.

This is an all-ages event. Costumes totally optional. You're welcome to bring your own special juice. And be sure to bring a drinking cup. Parking in the lower driveway.

Sponsored by Heron Rocks Friendship Society. More information: Florette Maclean, 335-2901.

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Arbutus Arts Gallery
Spring Art Shows

"A Glimpse of Things to Come" - a group show of selected work from 10 artists and The Hornby Island Fabricators. The work will be shown every Sunday through to May 16, 11 to 4pm

"Royall and Nadeau" - Paintings by Jill Royall and Ceramics by Ekta Nadeau. This show opens May 21 and runs to June 13, Thursday thru Sunday, 11 to 4pm. There is an artist reception Friday May 21, 7 to 9pm.

Call 250 335 2364 for other times. Arbutus Arts is located at Fords Cove.

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T'ai Chi Principles
With Ed Hoeppner

Wed. & Sat. mornings: 8:00 - 9:00

Drop in classes open to everyone Focusing on the basic principles of T'ai Chi Ch'uan:

  • Balance
  • Relaxation
  • Flow
  • Central equilibrium
  • Core breathing

Cost: A donation to DeerHeart Sanctuary to help pay for the new heating system in the yurt.

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Indoor Soccer!

Monday nights 7:15 to 9:15 pm

Teens and adults come on out.
Any skill level ........lots of fun!!!!!

Hornby School Gym

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Sharon's Yoga Classes

Yoga on Wednesday Mornings
8:30 - 9:30 am at Room to Grow.
$6. drop-in.
Bring a mat.

Yoga and Reflective Writing
Saturdays 10 to Noon at Room to Grow
Learn and practice poses. Write your insights.
$12. drop-in.
Bring a mat and a journal.

Beginners Welcome. Any questions?
Sharon 335-0012
scolling@island.net

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Sundays 10am - 12:30pm
Room to Grow

$40 / 4 - 6 sessions
more participants = more
sessions (we only need to
pay the model)
$10 drop-in

All welcome!
No experience
necessary!

Information
Jo Lechay: 335-3480
Tina Wai: 335-2853

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