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About Alan Wardroper

Salt Spring Aikido Club

Practice is twice a week for adults, once a week for kids at 298 Salt Spring Way.

Aikido is a dynamic, non-aggressive Japanese martial art suitable for all. It is not about fighting, winning or losing. We don’t break bricks (or each other). Please come by any time, observe a class and see what we are about. We invite all interested parties to train. No previous experience is necessary.

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WANTED: Bubblewrap

WANTED: Bubblewrap Anyone have some bubblewrap lying around? I need some to ship some electronics. Let me know and I’ll come take it off your […]

4 hours ago
Sepia

7.00

Buck Dodgers String Band @ Moby’s

The Buck Dodgers String Band will be Kicking It Up at Moby’s on Saturday April 28th, 9 pm til midnight. Come down from great Old […]

April 24, 2018
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WANTED: Nylon Standoffs

WANTED: I need some nylon standoffs like the one pictured to hold a daugherboard off the chassis. Size isn’t critical, but similar would be good. […]

April 23, 2018
Epiphone Bass

350.00

FS: Epiphone El Capitan Acoustic Bass

FS: Epiphone El Capitan Acoustic Bass Has built in preamp so can be played acoustically or plugged into an amp or PA. Excellent condition, sounds […]

March 29, 2018
MS Office 2010

WANTED: Microsoft Office 2010

Does anyone have an older copy of Microsoft Office 2010 for Windows they’d be willing to sell? I need the older version for compatibility with […]

March 28, 2018
Buck Dodgers

free / $7

Buck Dodgers String Band @ The Legion

The Buck Dodgers String Band will be Kicking It Up at the Legion on Salt Spring Island, Friday March 30th, 7:30-10:30 pm. Come down from […]

March 25, 2018

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    by on April 3, 2018

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