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Sun damage can affect eyes

DO you remember the glorious sunny summer days of your youth? You ran outside and played happily. It was so simple.

A guide to being well-dressed

COMMERCIAL salad dressings are good in a pinch, but if you've ever tasted a homemade dressing you know that there is no comparison.

Hostas help to dress up BBQ beverages

I love this time of year when we can entertain outdoors and the gardens are full of summer plants and flowers.

Food calendar

Sun Peaks Wine and Culture Festival: If you plan to be in the Okanagan this weekend, enjoy music and wine at Sun Peaks Resort from July 6-9.

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Learn to Fish Program: The Freshwater Fisheries Society of B.C. is offering classes for families every Sunday until Aug. 19, from 10 a.m. to noon at Rice Lake in North Vancouver's Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.

Uncover the cure

NV woman among the participants in next weekend's underwear affair

Celebrate Canadian wine today

FRONT of mind this Canada Day is that - even as we write - Dan Albas' private members bill C-311 is being signed into law.

What's going on for seniors

Seniors Wellness Park: Parkgate Community Centre health and lifestyle consultants will be at Parkgate Park, North Vancouver providing orientations on how to effectively use the Seniors Wellness Park equipment Mondays, 10: 30 a.m.-12: 30 p.m.

New league helps kids play ball

NORTH Shore youths are among approximately 300 from the Lower Mainland counting down the days until they get on the baseball field for the first time.

Food calendar

Ambleside Farmers' Market will run every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Oct. 28 in the parking lot behind the police station on Bellevue Avenue and 13th Street in West Vancouver.