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Green guide

Lawn Sprinkling Regulation: Until Sept. 30 sprinkling will be permitted from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. only. Even numbered addresses may sprinkle Mondays, Wednesdays or Saturdays and odd numbered addresses on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Sundays.

Create a hideaway at home

A well designed home is a composition of spaces that graduate from the public to the private and provide varying levels of intimacy for household members to express themselves communally and individually.
Go back in time at Andrew's

Go back in time at Andrew's

I love this town, but it occurs to me that in some ways I don't fit in well here. There is something about the West Coast trend for tearing down old buildings and replacing them with sparkly new ones that rubs me the wrong way.

Keeping kids active

Give youngsters the freedom to explore

NV women unite to bring water to village

WHEN she was a little girl, growing up in Healay Chaubas, a small village in a remote region of Nepal, Kamala Yonzon Tahrayli dreamed of one day having direct access to water. Having to wake every morning at 3: 30 a.m.

Food Calendar

Iain Baxter& for Dinner: An intimate dinner with conceptual artist Iain Baxter& (pronounced Baxterand) Thursday, June 14, 7 p.m. at Pier 7 restaurant + bar, 25 Wallace Mews, North Vancouver.

What's going on for seniors

Call for Contestants: The public is invited to audition for Chartwell's annual Senior Star singing and musical instrument competition that will take place on June 28.

Group aims to educate

ROSANNE QUEEN STARTS TO BREAK DOWN. Overwhelmed by the strong show of support she's received in the lead-up to an inaugural fundraiser in support of scleroderma research, she couldn't be happier. A volunteer with the Scleroderma Association of B.C.

Pet pause

Humans' names: Julia McDonald and Kaylie Foskett Pet: Willow is an eight-year-old black Lab-golden retriever-border collie cross. Favourite treat: Willow loves to eat dog bones of all types.

Circle of giving

LAST year, Lisa Mingo and her family held a garage sale in the front yard of their West Vancouver home, and made a whopping $4,000. The family wasn't moving or trying to downsize.