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Left Coast Events (pt ii) - Victoria & Islands - Feb 25 08 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 26 February 2008 14:49
Left Coast Events (pt ii) - Victoria & Islands - Feb 25 08

1.  FILM FESTIVAL CAFE: Pete Seeger the Power of Song & live music by Valdy - SSI - Thursday
2.  this week at the markets
3.  EcoNews Excerpts
4.  FOODROOTS NEWS
5.  Sacred Paths.Notices from UVic Interfaith Chaplains Services
6.  High Tide Entertainment February 2008
7.  Gaia College event listings for 2008 / 9
8.  VICTORIA AIDS RESOURCE AND COMMUNITY SERVICE SOCIETY NEEDS YOU
9.  salt spring theatre announcement - Fringe - Sept 08
10.  BC Seeds Database 2008
11.  Keep Water in Public Hands - it's a human right
12.  From Tre Arrow
contributions, considerations, concerns:

Just say "No" to War every Wednesday at noon with the Wednesday Peace Vigil.  We are opposed to the idea that war solves anything.  We know that war kills kids.  Please come take a stand with us for any part of the hour at the Cenotaph at the Legislature some Wednesday soon (Belleville & Government).  Meeting weekly since October 2001 when Canadian forces joined in support of the "humanitarian bombing" of Afghanistan.   (Note:  We no longer meet at 7:00 pm.)  Jane Brett < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >  477-1944

*  From: Open Dharma < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >
 
Open Dharma: Bring a pillow and light blanket and join us for deep relaxation, meditation, spiritual videos and discussion. Every Wednesday at 7 pm SHARP at the James Bay New Horizons Senior Centre, 234 Menzies St. Donation $5. For more information, email
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 360-0052.

Attention all community members - We have some critical issues to talk about at Community to
End All Homelessness meetings - Wednesdays at 7pm at Silver Threads/1740 Douglas St (at Herald St).

*  Falun Dafa (meditation) at Fernwood Community Centre, 1240 Gladstone, Wednesdays, 5-7 pm.  Also, Sundays, 10-noon, across from Beacon Hill petting zoo - all winter.  Free, everyone welcome.  995-1494, faluninfo.net

Parents of Apprehended Children support group meets every Friday from 1pm to 3pm at the Blanshard Community Center.  Contact Colleen Deroache at 250-857-7404.

*  The Victoria Folk Music Society offers live music every Sunday night at 7:30 pm, 1110 Hillside.  Info: http://victoriafolkmusic.ca/

*  Victoria's Food Not Bombs is always thankful for volunteers who help prepare, cook, and clean-up on Sundays.  Serve your community, and eat good food.  383-5144 extension 1940.

New Orleans Jazz
http://www.bastionjazzband.com/
Every Sunday night from 6pm - 9pm @ The Blethering Place Oak Bay Ave & Monteray.  near Theatre Alley

the new new days for the discontinuance attempt
Like last time, it is set for 2 days in the week of MARCH 3rd, 2008.
The 'Right to Sleep' Charter Challenge is still set for a 5 day trial
beginning JUNE 16th, 2008.

Colorado Residents Fight Uranium Mine - A Canadian company's plans to mine uranium on her land as well as other farms and ranches in the area has as triggered a bitter battle with residents in this fast-growing region about 70 miles north of Denver who fear contaminated water and other health problems.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/02/23/AR2008022300477.html

In Manitoba we are still in the throes of winter. I remember teasing an uncle last year about having a picnic in shirtsleeves on the beach in feb...we are far from shirtsleeves where we are now!  http://www.prairie.hopeace.ca

Uranium mining is dangerous- Editorial in Rocky Mtn. news- Denver
Joseph R. Scranton
http://www.rockymountainnews.com:80/news/2008/feb/19/uranium-mining-dangerous/

Your monthly serving of good gardening news is waiting for you here:
http://www.kitchengardeners.org/newsletterfebruary08.html

The latest edition of the BC Institute for Co-operative Studies'
newsletter is now available online. The Winter 2008 issue contains
reflections on the First International Research Conference on the Social
Economy as well as more stories about our research, upcoming events and
co-operative activity in the community.
Download copies of the Anthill:
http://www.bcics.org/publications/anthill

Bjorn-Magne Stuestol has recently finished a fantastic animation for "The Pirate Song."  You can check it out at http://www.davidrovics.com/kids.  If you like it, please feel free to tell folks about it...  Eventually it'll be part of my children's CD/DVD project, which will include a band, and more animations.  If you want to support this project please go to http://www.davidrovics.com and click on "support the arts."  To see more of Bjorn-Magne's excellent work, including his stellar animation of Dana Lyons' song, "Cows With Guns," go to http://www.shagrat.net.

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1.  FILM FESTIVAL CAFE: Pete Seeger the Power of Song & live music by Valdy - SSI - Thursday

WHEN: Thursday evening, doors 5:30, music at 6:00, film at 7:00

WHERE: Barb's Buns--entrance by donation

WHY: This is a benefit for the Our Island, Our World Film Festival which takes place March 7-9 at GISS and The Fritz

Film guides in the Driftwood this week and at Film Festival Cafe!

For complete information on FF Caf
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