Monthly Archives: September 2018

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The Art of Oliver

Over a hundred entries for the FASS. Five works collected as of last night. Painted barrel took first prize in 3-D by Rachel Allenbrand and Robert Lacasse from the Painted Chair. A full house was enjoyed by all the Artists.The patrons spent more … Continue reading

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Fall Harvest

PicturePerfectPumpkins! Pick your pumpkins and take a family selfie in the pumpkin Station! Oliver Supermarket, 5490 Highway 97, Oliver, British Columbia V0H 1T1

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And behind curtain #1 . . . the Fall Art Show and Sale!

The Fall Art Show and Sale tonight at the Oliver Community Centre, starting at 6pm, and all day Sunday during the Festival of the Grape! The Oliver Artists have outdone themselves this year. A very professional show, there are two … Continue reading

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Location, Location, Location! Hollywood take note!

The Wild Women invaded Oliver for the 9th Wild Women Workshop – Steampunk! Oliver you showed off your diversity of locations  this month. “What is Steampunk?” I have been asked that a lot. My definition of steampunk is a sub … Continue reading

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The Plainsrunner – Chapter 45

We’re halfway through the final section of The Plainsrunner.  Soon it will all be over. They arrive at the thing at L1 and begin a close examination of it.  They get a surprise when they probe it with radar. They … Continue reading

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Good Morning Oliver!

My laptop crashed! Didn’t loose my Wild Woman Workshop Wrap up story. Still to come. Cat to rescue to console my pocket book! Good Morning!    

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Some Tomatoes!

Ian and Dee show off our neighbours rainbow tomatoes. Look at the size of those tomatoes! Roberta and Ross have green thumbs! There’s alot growin’ in that garden.

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How tall is this sunflower?

Roberta and Ross grew this amazing garden from just a flat piece of dirt. Like really flat and to my eyes dead land! As a city girl I have never seen such a transformation. Very inspiring  . . . and … Continue reading

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