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Posted On June 29, 2018By seasideIn Regulars

New & Noteworthy

by Phillip Tiicham Muir –  BUSINESS RELOCATION Signs Signs Everywhere a Sign Speedpro Signs has returned to the downtown Sidney core. As of June 1 their studio is located at 2408 Beacon Avenue. You can expect the same great customer service from the Speedpro team, who look forward to helping you with signs, vehicle signage, banners, business cards and more. The new studio will showcase a wide variety of products and samples. A Change of Location is in Your Future Good Fortune Chinese Restaurant opened its doors at 9838 Third StreetRead More
by Trudi Jones, Trudi Jones Interiors –  Designing isn’t as simplistic as they make it seem on TV. It’s much more of a process and it requires much more communication. When working with a designer, just how involved should you get? It is, after all, your home. A good designer knows the value of a healthy relationship between designer and client. The best relationship is collaborative; you have to mesh well. Because you may be working together for possibly an extended time, you need to find someone you can trustRead More
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by Cam Oddie, Peninsula Landscape Supplies –  With the summer season upon us, it’s the perfect time to add some colour to your pots. I thought it would be interesting to bring some colour theory into this missive as there are so many different choices when visiting the nursery. The primary colours are blue, yellow and red. Those mixed together give the complementary colours. Red + blue = purple; yellow + blue = green; red + yellow = orange. The complementary colours combined with the primary colours give an interestingRead More
Seaside Magazine Starfish

Posted On June 29, 2018By seasideIn Regulars

Seaside Arts Scene

by Gillian Crowley –  Eine Kleine Summer Music Festival The EKSM Festival wraps up July 1 and 2 with concerts by three outstanding performers who have come together to form a dynamic trio. Violinist Stefan Jackiw, pianist Conrad Tao and cellist Jay Campbell have joined forces to form the JCT (Junction) Trio. They will perform select pieces from Ives, Ravel and Trapani. Tickets: http://eksm.ca. July 1 at 2:30 p.m. First Unitarian Church of Victoria and July 2 at 7 p.m. Church and State Wines, Brentwood Bay. SPACtivity at Tulsa Join the SaanichRead More

Posted On June 29, 2018By seasideIn Regulars

Last Word with Allison Smith

June marks the preparation of our July Giving Back issue and the culmination of many months’ work by a dedicated team of volunteers who strive to make Seaside’s annual Taking It To The Street road hockey charity event a success. This year was no exception: another great day during which we raised an amazing $30,105 for Help Fill A Dream. Being part of Taking It To The Street never ceases to inspire me and encourage me to look at what I’m doing to give back in my personal life. TheRead More