I Love Nelson http://ilovenelson.com Nelson's Community Website Sat, 28 Nov 2015 07:59:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 Horoscope for the Week: November 27, 2015 http://ilovenelson.com/horoscope-for-the-week-november-27-2015/ http://ilovenelson.com/horoscope-for-the-week-november-27-2015/#respond Sat, 28 Nov 2015 07:59:15 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=295169

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Tip of the Week:

In the lingering light of the Gemini Full Moon, 2015 enters into its twilight. Sagittarius time is a beautiful sign of the deepening dark that descends before the dawn of a new cycle of light. Winter Solstice marks the natural New Year and it is fast approaching. Celebrations of the season are the spirit in the air and are bringing forth their own special illumination. As ever, it’s all about the light however you wish to define it.

In the bigger picture, Uranus and Pluto are steadily approaching their 9th and final Square Aspect. The first of these began in the summer of 2011 and this final event will take place in mid-January 2016. The core theme of this interchange which began way back in 1965 between Pluto, the planet of power and Uranus, the planet of revolution, is linked to gender equality at every level of society. Beneath the surface of the terrorist activity in Europe and elsewhere in the world is linked to this revolution of evolution.

2016 is a Universal 9 Year and it will produce both completions and graduations. I will shed more light on this important theme in the coming weeks.

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Aries (Mar 21 – Apr 20)
Making efforts to secure a lasting harmony on relationship fronts continues. Seeing the beauty in others is easier than usual and you feel inspired to share your thoughts and feelings. Yet this elixir of love has a bitter sweet taste to it. Exercising a philosophical point of view feels right if not necessary to maintain your own center in a healthy manner.

Taurus (Apr 20 – May 21)
You are in a cycle that requires that you give more and work harder. The good news is that these efforts are meant to activate your creativity. Taking key, calculated risks is also required. Changes in some of your most important relationships are featured. Themes of endings followed by new beginnings are likely. The source of these transformations is deep within you.

Gemini (May 21 – Jun 21)
Things should be taking off in your world, especially on relationship fronts. Both your personal and your professional life is likely getting a boost. You may have to work harder but there is love in the air. Whether this spells romance or simply new friendships is a question on people’s mind. Either way, new commitments are being forged.

Cancer (Jun 21 – Jul 22)
An important learning curve has begun. The quality of your usual routine and lifestyle is under review. What changes do you need to make and how can you best make them? This all comes amidst a busier schedule than usual so you may feel stretched. Critical analysis of some of your most cherished beliefs, ideals and philosophies may be required to separate fact from fantasy.

Leo (Jul 22 – Aug 23)
You are in a creative and adventurous mood. Big ideas are running through your mind. Thoughts and strategies about how to best improve your offerings and thereby increase your income perhaps are forefront. New momentums should at least be in their inspiration and planning phases. Some fresh starts may be beginning already and these are the first of many to come.

Virgo (Aug 23 – Sep 22)
The time has come to lay claim to some of your hidden gifts, talents and potentials at least. Some of these may require extra courage to access. The key is to take the initial steps to set the process in motion. Getting prepared will help you break through procrastination. Work the angles and prepare the ground so that when the time comes to actually execute your actions, it will be a breeze.

Libra (Sep 22 – Oct 22)
A quest for new knowledge has begun. You feel enthusiastic and determined. Yet, you may also be contending with a few silent doubts as well. Perhaps you are learning things that sound a bit too good to be true. You are wise to be patient regarding long term commitments or big investments. Take things one step at a time if you can, deepening commitments slowly.

Scorpio (Oct 22 – Nov 21)
Seeking answers about how to best invest for your future is a central theme now. Your search will likely lead you to social circles and media. You may also be required to do inner work along with the outer. This includes slaying doubt dragons. Love plays a key factor as well; love for you yourself, for someone extra special and perhaps for humanity in general. Whatever the problem, love is in the answer.

Sagittarius (Nov 21 – Dec 21)
You are in a pioneering and expansive mood. Yet to succeed you are required to contract and to concentrate your focus. Opportunities are not simply made; they arrive when it is their time, according to your destiny. Our part is to engage fully, to cooperate. Being prepared includes the long slow cultivation of passions which guide our actions yet await their chance to forge ahead, like now.

Capricorn (Dec 21 – Jan 19)
Much is changing in you. A metamorphosis process has begun. As if some kind of spell has been cast, you are steadily releasing prior self-concepts and approaches. Replacing them with new methods, understandings and philosophies too is featured. Sometimes simply clearing the old and preparing the way for the new is the best and simplest solution.

Aquarius (Jan 19 – Feb 19)
Your sense of individuality is getting a boost. Returns for past choices, actions and efforts are coming in. The quality of these returns depends on the quality of you performance over the past several years. It is not about comparison, however. We each have our own unique destiny and success is not as matter-of-fact as popular notions tend to assert. Be open to receive your best returns.

Pisces (Feb 19 – Mar 20)
Pushing for attention, favours and earned rewards is in the spotlight. Circumstances are leading you to new considerations and strategies. Your ambitions and passions too are running high. Yet you have to be willing to do the work and harder than you perhaps have over the years. So, rather than just ask for what you want, focus to bring forth the best you have to offer.

Michael O'ConnorMichael O’Connor is a Professional Astrologer with an international clientele.  He has 30 years of study in Astrology, Numerology and related metaphysical & spiritual modalities, over 20 years of full-time practice and is an entertaining and inspirational speaker. In addition to this Weekly Horoscope, Michael also writes a Yearly horoscope and a popular New and Full Moon Newsletter. To learn more about Booking an Appointment, attending one of Michael’s Workshops or Webinars or one of his inspiring Visual Presentations, or to sign-up for his Newsletter, please visit his website or contact Michael directly.

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Films at the Nelson Civic Theatre – Nov – 27 – Dec – 03, 2015 http://ilovenelson.com/films-at-the-nelson-civic-theatre-nov-27-dec-03-2015/ http://ilovenelson.com/films-at-the-nelson-civic-theatre-nov-27-dec-03-2015/#respond Sat, 28 Nov 2015 00:04:38 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=295161 Nov27-Dec3civic_flyer (1)Pick up your tux and/or evening gown from the dry cleaners for movie night this weekend at The Civic.
Leave your puffer coats and Salmo dinner jackets at home and dust off your Capitol theatre rented tuxedo for a special screening of Spectre (rated PG) on Saturday, November 28th at 8:00PM. This is a 19+ event sponsored by Louie’s Bar and Grill. Your ticket includes a drink, dessert from Alligator Pie and entertainment from Nelson’s talented duo, Paul and Laura Landsberg performing a live-set of the most iconic Bond theme songs. A photographer will be on-site to capture your best Bond or Bond girl look.
Spectre also plays for the rest of the week with exception of Monday, Nov. 30th, when, 2-time Juno award winning Vancouver based Dan Mangan, will perform live on the Civic stage. Tickets are available through On The Road Productions.
Coming soon: Steve Jobs, Night Before, Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine documentary
Fri. Nov 27 @ 7:00, Sat. Nov 28 @ 4:00 & 8:00 (Bond Party), Sun. Nov 29 @ 2:00 & 6:45, Tues. Dec 1 @ 7:00, Wed. Dec 2@ 7:00, Thurs. Dec 3 @ 7:00
Dan Mangan
Mon. Nov 30@ 7:00bond-party (1)

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World AIDS Day http://ilovenelson.com/world-aids-day/ http://ilovenelson.com/world-aids-day/#respond Thu, 26 Nov 2015 17:53:16 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=295059 World AIDS Day (2)Please consider attending the World AIDS Day Event and panel discussion towards getting to “Zero Discrimination”
this coming Tuesday Dec 1 from 2 to 4 pm at Nelson United Church.
There will also be music, refreshments and a candlelight vigil.

All welcome! Sponsored by ANKORS 250-505-5506.

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Pacific Blue Cross http://ilovenelson.com/295053/ http://ilovenelson.com/295053/#respond Thu, 26 Nov 2015 17:46:47 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=295053 75thYear - small (1)Pacific Blue Cross asks British Columbians to #sharethecare in
support of B.C. charities
November 16, 2015
Until December 6, Pacific Blue Cross is asking British Columbians to Share the Care and help give $75,000
to five organizations improving health and wellbeing in British Columbia.
To celebrate its 75th anniversary, Pacific Blue Cross asked members of its Health Foundation to vote from a list of non-profit organizations who have received past funding. The vote led to five finalists being chosen for a video storytelling campaign.
In each video, a volunteer shares a personal connection to their organization. Pacific Blue Cross has promised each organization a $5,000 donation for participating. British Columbians are now invited to
Share the Care and encourage voting for their favourite videos.

The two videos with the most votes at the end of the campaign will have their donations increased to $50,000 and $10,000 respectively.

British Columbians are encouraged to vote at www.pac.bluecross.ca/75thAnniversary
The five finalists are:
 West Kootenay Community TEETH Clinic Society
 Charlford House Society for Women
 Canim Lake Band – Tsq’escenemc People
 Streetohome
 Crisis Intervention & Suicide Prevention Centre of BC
“One of the outcomes of our campaign is the illumination of grass roots organizations that many British Columbians don’t know about,” says Richard Taylor, Chair of the Pacific Blue Cross Health Foundation.
“We are grateful to all participants and the exceptional volunteers who allowed us to share their personal stories.”
Finalists are also spreading the word through social media using the hashtag #sharethecare. Winners will be announced in early January.

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NPD Media Release http://ilovenelson.com/npd-media-release-4/ http://ilovenelson.com/npd-media-release-4/#respond Thu, 26 Nov 2015 17:07:57 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=295047 nelsonpoliceThis winter the Nelson Police Department is taking the initiative to help the homeless in Nelson stay warm and dry this winter. They will be accepting donated blankets from people or organizations and distributing them to homeless men, women, and children around the city. These blankets will be carried in the patrol vehicles and given out by on duty members as they come across people in need of them. As temperatures dip below freezing, the blankets add an extra layer of warmth to help the homeless survive through the winter.
NPD is working with its community partners at the shelters to make these blankets available at all hours and get cleaned if they become wet or soiled.
The Nelson Police Department will accept donated blankets for the homeless at the front desk of the Police Department at 606 Stanley St. It is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Wool and synthetic fibers are preferred. Duvets and cottons tend to soak up water, and create more thermal challenges than good. If all you have is cotton or duvets NPD will accept them and forward them to the appropriate agency that can use them to assist the less fortunate this winter.

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The Kootenay Real Estate Corner w/ Chris Burneau- FAIR Realty/ My Kootenay Home. http://ilovenelson.com/the-kootenay-real-estate-corner-w-chris-burneau-fair-realty-my-kootenay-home-6/ http://ilovenelson.com/the-kootenay-real-estate-corner-w-chris-burneau-fair-realty-my-kootenay-home-6/#respond Mon, 23 Nov 2015 16:21:04 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=294868 Chris Burneau My kootenay homeKootenay home sales strengthen in October
Home sales recorded through the MLS® System of the Kootenay Real Estate Board came in above year-ago levels in October 2015.
Home sales numbered 260 units in October 2015, rising 5.7 per cent on a year-over-year basis. Sales of all property types numbered 285 units in October 2015, a decrease of 2.4 per cent from October 2014.
On a year-to-date basis home sales totaled 2,200 units over the first 10 months of 2015. This is running just one per cent below the same period last year and stands above all other years back to 2007.
“Home sales activity strengthened in October 2015, with activity hitting the highest level for the month of October in a decade,” said David Blishen, President of the Kootenay Real Estate Board. “On a year-to-date basis both sales activity and the average price of those sales look set to finish the year down marginally from 2014.”
The average price of homes sold in October 2015 was $267,360. This was down 3.6 per cent from October 2014. The less volatile year-to-date average price was $276,900, down 1.4 per cent from the first 10 months of 2014.
New residential listings numbered 328 units in October 2015, falling 7.1 per cent from October 2014.
Active residential listings on the Board’s MLS® System numbered 2,443 units at the end of October, down 8.8 per cent from the end of October 2014.
There were 9.4 months of inventory at the end of October, down from a year earlier and below the long-run average for this time of the year. The number of months of inventory is the number of months it would take to sell current inventories at the current rate of sales activity.
The dollar volume of all home sales totaled $69.5 million in October 2015, edging up 1.9 per cent from year-ago levels. The total value of all properties sold was $73 million, a decrease of 3.1 per cent from October 2014.

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Horoscope for the Week: November 20, 2015 http://ilovenelson.com/horoscope-for-the-week-november-20-2015/ http://ilovenelson.com/horoscope-for-the-week-november-20-2015/#respond Sun, 22 Nov 2015 00:21:42 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=294783

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Tip of the Week:

The big news now is the fact that the Lunar Nodes have entered Virgo and Pisces where they will remain for the next 18 months. This ingress occurred on November 12. Although subtle at first, the influence of this cycle becomes increasing apparent even a couple of weeks in and sometimes right away. The transit of the Moon’s Nodes is a strong indicator of where and how we will each learn important lessons for our spiritual evolutionary growth.

The North Node in Virgo indicates a basic theme of focusing to make the dream a reality so that it becomes manifest, tangible and realistic. That one person’s or group’s success or dream can prove to be another’s loss or nightmare represents the eternal complexity of life. The South Node in Pisces indicates dreams and ideals which otherwise remain eternally on a wish list. But Virgo is an Earth element sign and moves us to take deliberate, measurable and concrete action. The terrorist action that occurred on November 13 in France may be cited as an example of this shift and collective turn of the karmic dial.

Virgo is ruled by Mercury, Chiron and Vesta. Each of these ‘planets’ (Chiron is considered a minor planet or planetoid and Vesta is an asteroid) will play key roles over the next year and a half both in our Birth Charts and by transit.

The Sun enters Sagittarius on Nov 22 at 7:25 am PST. I will shed more light on this ingress next week.

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Aries (Mar 21 – Apr 20)
The transit of the lunar nodes over the next 18 months for you implies a re-assertion of your dedication to service. The sooner you can acknowledge this and adjust your attitude as necessary the better. Otherwise you could steadily slip into denial, disillusionment and deep depression. You will be progressively pushed out of any excessive orientations to yourself at the expense of giving more selflessly.

Taurus (Apr 20 – May 21)
An awakening of passion and joy to co-create your world according to your dreams, ideals and destiny, yet also woven with a deep sense of service, has begun. Cultivating a more defined and refined sense of leadership is implied. Rebellious attitudes or casual activities unsupported by a meaningful cause are the danger signs to watch for. Create a beautiful and balanced approach to bring your gifts to the world.

Gemini (May 21 – Jun 21)
Setting your focus to a new level of service has begun. Excessive status quo expectations will be pushed aside. The deeper needs of your soul even at the expense of social gain and profit require your attention. Directing your focus in service to others, perhaps especially to family members, to a new level is implied. Balance the drive for worldly ambition with unconditional love.

Cancer (Jun 21 – Jul 22)
Translating your higher ideals, ethics and principles into modes of communication that can be received and understood by others is a core theme with the North Node in Virgo. Discernment regarding what is fantasy or unrealistic notions of truth, justice and proper conduct will come into focus. This is a call to ‘walk the talk’ of your deeper convictions and higher aspirations of civility.

Leo (Jul 22 – Aug 23)
With the North Node in Virgo your destined task includes acknowledging what you have and can do with it. Whether it is talents, time, resources and so on…, the time has come to share your gifts, opportunities and abilities with the world. You can look to others for inspiration yet it is up to you to share who you are and what you have as fully as you can and thereby realize the true meaning of abundance.

Virgo (Aug 23 – Sep 22)
The Moon’s North Node transiting through your sign for the next year and a half marks a time period during which you are destined to become more assertive and decisive. While this will include paying attention to the details, you may have to overcome unloving and self-centered attitudes. Overcoming tendencies to lean on others or try to be all things to all people is the flip side.

Libra (Sep 22 – Oct 22)
One of your main lessons with this new lunar node cycle is to see through and beyond appearances, your own and those of others. This implies dissolving mental and emotional patterns and modes of perception which you have developed over the years for the sake of security. Cultivating your imagination and intuition to counter-balance logic and facts is featured.

Scorpio (Oct 22 – Nov 21)
The North Node in Virgo will activate a process of striking a balance between being personal and impersonal. This includes engaging with others as one among equals, neither standing above or below any other. Seeing through and beyond status and hierarchy and simply recognizing individuality in people will be a central theme. This may also manifest as rendering selfless service to higher ideals.

Sagittarius (Nov 21 – Dec 21)
Learning to assume positions of authority and responsibility in new ways is a central theme for you with the North Node in Virgo. This is a summons to realize new levels of maturity. Conducting yourself with integrity and respect for the genuine needs of others constitutes an important test. As well, cultivating a deep sense of loyalty to collective causes will enter the spotlight.

Capricorn (Dec 21 – Jan 19)
Making key commitments and living up to them will prove important for you with the North Node in Virgo. Devotion to higher ideals and what constitutes your higher mind is featured. You are destined to see a much bigger picture and the implications of decisions and trends made in the present spanning far into the future. Guided by solid and enduring principles and ethics will become your motto.

Aquarius (Jan 19 – Feb 19)
Incorporating deep and dynamic levels of change into your life will emerge as an important theme over the coming 18 months. You could even feel the need to ‘let go and let God’. Honoring the notion that change is the law and that adhering to it requires maintaining a firm point of center within your own being could prove pivotal. Focus to give and receive, nurture and be nurtured.

Pisces (Feb 19 – Mar 20)
Seeing others more fully, recognizing their individuality and their genuine and specific needs is an important aspect of the North Node in Virgo for you. This may require extra time and effort on your part. Patience and diplomacy balanced by grace and creative leadership will emerge as keys to your success both personally and professionally.

Michael O'ConnorMichael O’Connor is a Professional Astrologer with an international clientele.  He has 30 years of study in Astrology, Numerology and related metaphysical & spiritual modalities, over 20 years of full-time practice and is an entertaining and inspirational speaker. In addition to this Weekly Horoscope, Michael also writes a Yearly horoscope and a popular New and Full Moon Newsletter. To learn more about Booking an Appointment, attending one of Michael’s Workshops or Webinars or one of his inspiring Visual Presentations, or to sign-up for his Newsletter, please visit his website or contact Michael directly.

www.sunstarastrology.com (250) 352-6871 sunstarastrology@gmail.com

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Films at the Nelson Civic Theatre – Nov – 20 – 26, 2015 http://ilovenelson.com/films-at-the-nelson-civic-theatre-nov-20-26-2015/ http://ilovenelson.com/films-at-the-nelson-civic-theatre-nov-20-26-2015/#respond Sun, 22 Nov 2015 00:14:40 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=294780 Nov20-26civic_flyerLook out your windows… It is the perfect time to watch President Snow falling.
The Hunger Games saga finally comes to a close, and unfortunately with it, The Civic Theatre’s yearly November bread winner. But lets not dwell on our loss; it is a time for a cleansing, the fall of President Snow’s corrupt government along side the blanket of fresh pow outside.
Katnis, clad in the latest in Panem battle fashion, leads a rebellion on the Capital as the war escalates to the destruction of other districts. Purchase your tickets online to guarantee your seats.
Coming next: Spectre and Bond Party
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
Fri. Nov 20 @ 6:45 & 9:30, Sat. Nov 21 @ 6:45 & 9:30, Sun. Nov 22 @ 2:00 & 6:45, Mon. Nov 23 @ 7:00, Tues. Nov 24 @ 7:00, Wed. Nov 25 @ 7:00, Thurs. Nov 26 @ 7:00

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Oxygen Art Centre http://ilovenelson.com/oxygen-art-centre-10/ http://ilovenelson.com/oxygen-art-centre-10/#respond Wed, 18 Nov 2015 14:55:28 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=294510 oxygen_logo_jpegBarbaric Cultural Practices Cabaret

ITS BACK! The Oxygen Art Centre Fundraiser Cabaret has returned, with a theme to celebrate our new regime! Now that the Harper Government has been defeated, we can indulge in all the Barbaric Cultural Practices, (i.e. ART) that we want! The Oxygen Art Centre is holding a Barbaric Cultural Practices Fundraising Cabaret to celebrate all cultural practices, barbaric or otherwise. Hosted by the inimitable Steven the Art Star (aka Lucas Myers) this fundraiser will feature the talents of Nelson’s finest purveyors of culture including a healthy dose of a new generation of performing artists including Morgan Beck, Hayden Wasylyk, Alex D. McMahon, Tyler James and Graham Lingard, alongside Oxygen Cabaret Usual Suspects Bessie Wapp, Hiromoto Ida, Julie Johnson Murray, Krista Lynch, Lisa Menna and newcomers Lindsay Clague, Eva McKimm and Laurie Jarvis.

Featuring song, theatre, magic and dance, don’t miss this opportunity to sample the amazing talents that Nelson has to offer. This year the Cabaret is happening in conjunction with Blue Night, but it is a ticketed event, so be sure to pick up your ticket in advance at Eddy Music and help support the Oxygen Art Centre.Caberet_poster_2015_web

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Films at the Nelson Civic Theatre – Nov – 13 – 19, 2015 http://ilovenelson.com/films-at-the-nelson-civic-theatre-nov-13-19-2015/ http://ilovenelson.com/films-at-the-nelson-civic-theatre-nov-13-19-2015/#respond Fri, 13 Nov 2015 13:36:44 +0000 http://ilovenelson.com/?p=294040 Nov13-19civic_flyerJuno award winning Bahamas to play Figaro’s wedding and bracing for the cold of Meru and Cold War spy negotiations this week at The Civic.
Speilberg’s latest, Bridge of Spies (rated PG) is a skillfully crafted Cold War thriller, which has been getting quite a bit of Oscar buzz. The Soviet Union captures U.S. pilot Francis Gary Powers after shooting down his U-2 spy plane. Sentenced to 10 years in prison, Powers’ only hope is New York lawyer James Donovan (Tom Hanks), recruited by a CIA operative to negotiate his release. Donovan boards a plane to Berlin, hoping to win the young man’s freedom through a prisoner exchange. If all goes well, the Russians would get Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance), the convicted spy who Donovan defended in court.
And from the chill of the Cold War, join Renan Ozturk, Conrad Anker and Jimmy Chin on Thursday as they battle their complicated pasts, inner demons and nature’s harshest elements in an attempt to climb the Shark’s Fin on Mount Meru (rated PG), considered the ultimate prize in the exclusive high stakes game of Himalayan big wall climbing.
On the Road Productions brings out of the cold to present the BC debut of the Juno Award winning folk act Bahamas on Monday, Nov. 16. The show is sold out, so if you are reading this and don’t already have a ticket look for scalpers. With a recently sold out show at the Orpheum in Vancouver, this concert is a treat and probably the only time you’ll get to see Bahamas in such an intimate setting again.

On Wednesday, Figaro gets hitched. The Royal Opera House presentation of David McVicar’s production of Le Nozze Di Figaro has proved wonderfully malleable since it was first seen in 2006, carefully accommodating the shifts in emphasis brought to it by successive casts, while retaining its interpretative integrity. Its latest revival, directed by McVicar’s assistant Leah Hausman, offers new shades of meaning and insight.

A thousand uninhabited islands, the world’s largest extent of temperate rainforest alongside one of the planets most ecologically rich marine environments. On Sat. Nov 14 at 4pm, Join award-winning author and photographer Ian McAllister from Pacific Wild for a multi-media presentation, Where The Ocean Meets The Rainforest – Exploring Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, exploring twenty-five years of wildlife research, conservation campaigns and photography.
All proceeds from the event go directly to funding Pacific Wild conservation projects, programs and campaigns.
And because we know you can’t wait for the concluding chapter of The Hunger Games, we will be screening a sneak peek of Mockingjay Part 2 on Nov. 19th immediately following Meru.

Don’t forget to pre-purchase your tickets for Spectre (Nov. 27 – Dec. 1) before Nov. 13th for a chance to win the See it at The Civic 007 prize package, sponsored by Louie’s Grill.

Coming next: Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 for the week and then Spectre opening on Nov. 27th.

Bridge of Spies
Fri. Nov 13 @ 7:00, Sat. Nov 14 @ 7:00, Sun. Nov 15 @ 2:00 & 6:45, Tues. Nov 16 @ 7:00
Where The Ocean Meets The Rainforest –Exploring Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest
Sat. Nov 14 @ 4pm
Mon. Nov 16 @ 7:00,
Le Nozze Di Figaro
Wed. Nov 18 @ 7:00
Thurs. Nov 19 @ 7:00
Mockingjay Part 2 Sneak Preview
Thurs. Nov 19 @ 9:00

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