March 09, 2009

Looks like our glimpse of spring was just a tease for now. With the falling temperatures over the sunny weekend, a wintry crispness was in the air forewarned of the blanket of snow covered the city this morning. Not to pout, there is still alot to do with the snowy conditions postponing our much anticipated spring.

Full Moon & Big Moon Snowshoe Tours Tuesday & Friday this week!

Enjoying fresh mountain air along the trails of Mt.Seymour's snow covered forest. An interpretive guide leads the way under the light of a full moon. Myths and legends associated with the stars and moon will have you charmed, as you trek through the natural splendor.

Pre-book by calling 604-986-2261 ext 404
Time: 7-9pm
Full Moon Tour: Tuesday March 10th
Big Moon Tour: Friday March 13th
Adult $34 Yth/Student $30 Child/Senior $27
Includes: snowshoe guide, trail fees, snowshoe rental and hot beverage (at end of tour). 20% off if you bring your own snowshoes!

LADIES - 2 More Mondays left of free snowboarding at Mount Seymour. Pick up your voucher at participating shops.
In Vancouver:
Committed Boardshop in Deep Cove
Pacific Boarder on W 4th ave.

For other shop listings and more details see Mt.Seymours website @

Nursing a winter injury? At this time of year, many people return from the slopes with injuries. Amongst the most common injuries are those to the knee ligaments. The result may be swelling, pain, feelings of knee instability and joint clicking. You may also not be able move your knee properly or run. These injuries don't always resolve without help, and may be serious. Acupuncture is an excellent holistic way to treat injury and help bring your body back to balance. Check out to answer some F.A.Q's and book your appointment today!

Eating out this week:

Radha Yoga & Eatery
728 Main Street
Ph: 604.605.0011

Thursday, March 12, 6-10 pm Treat yourself and support others. During Dining Out for Life 25% of food bills will be donated to A Loving Spoonful and The Vancouver Friends For Life Society in support of fighting AIDS. Reservations recommended!

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