Rembrandt Designs Co
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Rembrandt Designs Co
2-1030 Millar Creek Rd
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Aug 22, 2019
Reap What They Sow At These Amazing Vancouver Hotel Rooftop Gardens - Forbes
Douglas Fir tree is planted for every guest who opts out of the daily housekeeping service for two consecutive days. Nita Lake Lodge, WhistlerNita Lake Lodge Rooftop GardenFiona TappAlthough not located in Vancouver, the sumptuous Nita Lake Lodge is a nearby retreat to get away from the hubbub of busy city life. Located in charming Whistler village, just an hour and 40 minutes from town. Whistler is home to two mountains, that can be explored all year long. The Nita Lake Lodge has a pretty rooftop garden that is put to very good use by the onsite restaurants. Expect to find herbs, fruits and vegetables from the garden used across the property's three restaurants; Aura, Cure Lounge and Patio and Fix cafe. Try the rhubarb Collins, it's delicious!... Apr 7, 2017
Gardening: Edible dogwoods, pick at peak ripeness
I suggest 1 gallon pot size to start), they are commonly found growing in abundance in open alpine forests, such as those surrounding Whistler.The white flowers are perfect miniatures of the four-petaled bracts found on many tree forms and are followed by clusters of bright red drupes that are high in pectin, making them useful to adding to runny jellies.This one might be best left as an incidental snack while out hiking, as the berries have a very subtle flavour and large seeds, often being a bit mealy when picked late. This attractive groundcover only grows to about 20cm tall with foliage that shifts to red or a rich burgundy during the colder weather.Last on my list of edible dogwood treats is one that looks as good as it tastes, Cornus kousa, which is native to China, Korea and Japan. These small flowering trees can be found in many of our front yards with 'Satomi' (pink blooms) and var. chinensis (heavy display of pure white flowers) being the most common cultivars. There are even some well-behaved variegated forms such as 'Wolf Eyes' (creamy-white margins) and 'Summer Gold,' which add a splash of colour after the late spring flowering period.This species is quite disease resistant and tolerates full sun much better than the old-fashioned Eastern Dogwood Tree (Cornus florida).If that wasn't enough, the canopy is loaded with what appears to be warty cherries (about 3cm wide) which when ripe have firm skins but are soft inside. The flavour has sweet peach-mango overtones and the fruit can be pureed and baked into muffins, made into jam or added to smoothies.The important thing here is to pick at peak ripeness, as the taste can be unpleasant if harvested too early or late.Mike Lascelle is a local nursery manager and gardening author(firstname.lastname@example.org). (Maple Ridge News)Dec 2, 2016
Holiday books, made-to-give gifts and DIY Christmas ornaments
War II. “Canada” by Mike Myers is a comic look at what makes Canada different. “Escape Clause” by John Sandford is a Virgil Flowers mystery. “The Whistler” by John Grisham is a legal thriller. “Sex, Lies and Serious Money” by Stuart Woods is a Stone Barrington mystery. “Preacher’s Bloodbath” by William W. and J.A. Johnstone is a First Mountain Man western. “Night School” by Lee Child is a Jack Reacher mystery. “The Wrong Side of Goodbye” by Michael Connolly is a Harry Boasch mystery.
Mysteries and thrillers
“Escape Clause” by John Sandford is a Virgil Flowers mystery. “Eileen” by Ottessa Moshfegh features a young woman working in a boys’ prison outside Boston. “Turbo Twenty-Three” by Janet Evanovich is a Stephanie Plum mystery. “No Man’s Land” by David Baldacci is a John Puller thriller.
“Valiant Gentleman” by Sabina Murray reimagines the lives of an Irish patriot, English sculptor and Argentinian-American heiress. “Maud’s Line” by Margaret Verble features an 18-year-old Cherokee woman in Eastern Oklahoma. “Winter in America” by August Sommers is a collection of short stories about the African-American experience from slavery to today. “The Rise of Caesar” and “Free Town” by the same author are books two and three in the trilogy about a former slave.
We have nine Nooks and three tablets programmed for your e-reading pleasure. The eight e-readers with content for adults contain either fiction or nonfiction bestsellers. The four youth e-readers contain books for children, juniors and young adults.
Current New York Times bestseller downloadable e-books are being added regularly to our 3M Cloud Library. Access these e-books by clicking on the 3M Cloud Library icon on the home page of our website. While there, browse through a multitude of other adult, juvenile and children’s books, both bestsellers and classics in many genres.
For your viewing pleasure, we have IndieFlix, a streaming movie service that gives you unlimited access to more than 7,500 award-winning and popular independent shorts, feature films and documentaries from more than 50 countries — on your device, PC or Mac, with no apps needed.
Access IndieFlix through the Downloadable Content icon on the library’s website. Use “Quick Pick,” the discovery tool that lets you sample movies like you would music.
Thanks to our donors
For books and materials this week, we thank Maria Gallegos and several anonymous donors.
Quotable quote... (Pagosa Springs Sun)Dec 2, 2016
Nesters Market opening by Kelowna airport today
So far in the area, there is a hotel, liquor store and Starbucks, with more to come this month.
Nesters Market was founded in 1987 in Whistler and has since went on to open in Burnaby, Surrey, Vancouver, Summerland, Squamish and Banff, Alta.
With a bakery, deli, produce section and fresh flowers, Nesters Market will offer many services to residents and visitors in the area.
The official opening ceremony for the new store will be held on Nov. 30 at noon with a ribbon cutting and short ceremony.
A grand opening celebration will follow on Saturday.
Stay tuned for more information from KelownaNow.
(KamloopsBCNow)May 3, 2016
10 experiences you can treat mom to for Mother's Day
Vancouver known to have passionate instructors and menus inspired from all over the globe.
6. Go zip-lining together in Whistler
Do you have an adventurous Mom? Take her on an adventure she won’t forget. Drive her up to Whistler and book a zip-lining excursion with Super Fly Ziplines. They also have a gorgeous tree top adventure which you could do with Mom as well. This is the type of spectacular activity you don’t experience very often, so it’s perfect for a special occasion such as Mother’s Day.
7. High tea
Neverland Tea Salon, Secret Garden Tea Company, and the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver are all adorable spots to take Mom for high tea. Mini delicacies, fancy fruits, and gourmet tea are perfect ingredients for achieving a memorable and extravagant outing. Not only will the two of you share delicious and beautifully arranged tea, but you’ll also have an opportunity to catch up and spend some quality time together.
8. Gardening together
Help Mom beautify her garden by organizing a gardening day with her. Order some wildflower seeds from West Coast Seeds and offer to help her plant and arrange the seeds. Wildflowers are a great choice because they’re colorful and fun to arrange in a garden, but you can choose anything you like based on your Mom’s personal preferences and style.
9. Go on a scenic hike and pack a picnic for the top
Buy some gourmet ingredients for a picnic such as smoked salmon, wine and cheese, and take her on a scenic hike where you can enjoy that picnic at the top with a beautiful view to look at while you eat. A gorgeous hike perfect for a picnic at the top is the Lighthouse Park trail in West Vancouver. You’d be enjoying your picnic with a view of the ocean and a lighthouse. You can choose a hike of your liking on Vancouver Trails. The website will let you know whether or not the hike you’ve chosen is currently open, and how lengthy or difficult of a hike it is.
10. Vancouver Art Gallery followed by dinner at the Gallery Cafe
The Vancouver Art Gallery’ s current exhibit is MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture and it’s a fantastic exhibit to see. After seeing the art exhibit and soaking up some culture with Mom, take her for dinner at the Gallery Cafe. The cafe’s adorable outdoor seating amongst colourful flowers and lush greenery makes for the perfect Mother’s Day dinner.
(Vancity Buzz)Jan 8, 2016
High school roundup: Delta boys basketball team ends losing streak
Fouled out: Hammock, Mobley.)
ST. VINCENT (57) -- Trevor Leible 14, Tyler Monier 12, Jordan Rellergert 11, Luke Wibbenmeyer 10, Darren Ernst 6, Joe Whistler 3, Blake Hennemann 1. FG 16, FT 19-38, F 10 (3-pointers: Leible 2. Fouled out: None.)
JV -- St. Vincent won 54-24
Delta New Year's Tournament
St. Vincent sophomore Jackie Verseman netted a game-high 12 points to help the fifth-seeded Indians to a 40-21 victory keep the eighth-seeded Panthers winless in a consolation semifinal of the Delta New Year's Invitational Tournament.
Hannah Gotto and Jenna Winkler added five points apiece for St. Vincent (7-4), which posted a 15-point lead at halftime on its way to the win.
Sammatha Miles had six points to pace Meadow Heights (0-11).
St. Vincent will face sixth-seeded Puxico for the consolation title on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Puxico disposed of seventh-seeded host Delta 48-37 in Tuesday's other consolation semifinal. Sophia Hancock scored 24 points to account to lead Puxico (5-4), while Katelyn Pierre tossed in 11 for the Indians.
Freshman Macey Smith notched 10 points for the Bobcats (3-8).
St. Vincent 40, Meadow Heights 21
MEADOW HEIGHTS (21) -- Abi Bristow 5, Hope Dietiker 4, Mollie Welker 2... (Southeast Missourian)
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