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Sold dishes

$50

8 Piece Stoneware Dinner Set

Blue Pacific (oven to table) Stoneware by Wedgewood Sells as midcentury modern on etsy for huge prices! 8 dinner plate, luncheon plates and small plates […]

February 21, 2019
tractor

$1400

Reduced – Riding Mower

Sears Craftsman Professional Yard and Garden tRactor. Model PYT9000 Purchased in 2012 46″, 24 Horse Power Kohler V-Twin Engine 6″ turning radius hydrostatic automatic transmission […]

February 21, 2019
sofatable

$65

Sofa Table or Entry Way Table

This simple, solid birch table could be used behind a sofa or in an entry way or really anywhere for display or to collect the […]

February 19, 2019
Sold wash

$25

Vintage Glass Washboard

Vintage glass washboard, the old glass is a delicate green and the wood beautifully worn through years of use 12″ x24″ Perfect hanging in your […]

February 19, 2019
music

$25

Music & Guitar Stand

Chrome music stand & Guitar stand both for $25

February 12, 2019
Sold Sale Pending desk

$60

Solid Wood Desk or Kitchen Table

This solid wood desk with a simple wash finish has 3 drawers. Probably from the 40’s or 50’s it was an office desk It wood […]

February 11, 2019
Sold wardrobe

$275

Scandanavian Style Wardrobe

White and wood modern wardrobe from Ikea (no longer available) in excellent condition Size 74″ high by 36″ wide by 22″ deep

February 10, 2019
japanscroll

$20

Japanese Style Hanging

26″ x 26 ” cloth hanging on a bamboo rod purchased in San Francisco like new

February 5, 2019
Sold clock

$35

Oak Mantle Clock

Graceful oak mantle clock made by Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company Original clockworks has been replaced with modern innards :) Size 17″ wide by 11 ” […]

February 4, 2019
grahamclarke

$150 each

3 Graham Clarke etchings

Are there Graham Clarke collectors out there? 3 Limited Edition Etchings by Graham Clarke circa 1982-87 Signed and numbered by the artist Professionally framed in […]

February 4, 2019
Sold Japan

$20

Japan Living (coffee table book)

Japan Living “form and function at the cutting edge” by Marcia Iwatate & Geeta Meht Beautiful coffee table book for those who love modern Japanese […]

February 3, 2019
remakesmall

$20

Remake, Restyle, Reuse & Small Garden P...

2 book in like new condition 1. “Remake, Restyle, Reuse” Easy Ways To Transform Everyday Basics Into Inspired Design by Sonia Lucano A beautifully illustrated […]

February 3, 2019
Sold japanesegarden

$20

Creating Japanese Gardens & Japanese To...

Two books on Japan style “Creating Japanese Gardens” by Philip Cave 9″ x 11 1/2″ by a landscape architect, the book defines the essence of […]

February 3, 2019
Sold zen

$25

Zen Architecture & Japan Country Living...

2 large format books in excellent condition 1. Zen Architecture “The Building Process As Practice” by Paul Discoe Beautiful pictures and content about building “Japanese […]

February 3, 2019
Sold airport

$25

Airport Extreme Base Station

Airport Extreme Base Station 2nd generation wifi router

February 3, 2019
Sold records

$1 each

Vinyl from the 60’s-90’s

50 Vinyl albums from the 60’s -90’s Leonard Cohen Joni Mitchell Gordon Lightfoot Bob Dyland Johnny Cash Mamas & Papas Linda Ronstadt Emmy Lou Harris […]

February 1, 2019
Sold loppers

$35

Fiskars Tree Pruner

Extendable tree pruner 7ft – 11 ft Saw Blade Chain drive gear on the pruner Cutting head rotates

January 26, 2019
Sold steamerchairs

$300

2 Teak Steamer Lounge Chairs & Table

These teak steamer lounge chairs, weathered to a lovely grey have brass hardware and are in excellent condition. Originally purchased at Chintz’s in Victoria for […]

January 25, 2019
Sold shopvac

$45

Wet/Dry Shop Vac

Craftsman Wet & Dry Shop Vac 45 litres 5 peak horse power in excellent working condition

January 25, 2019
Sold cafetable

$45

Outdoor Cafe Table & Chairs

Wood “Bistro” style table and chairs weathered but in good condition

January 24, 2019

Community News

  • Province Restores Increased Ferry Servic...

    by on 42 mins ago

    Government is increasing service on 10 ferry routes that were cut in 2014, restoring 2,700 round-trip sailings for people living in coastal communities. “For years people living in coastal communities saw ferry fares increase and services cut,” said Claire Trevena, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure. “Quality, affordable ferry services are a necessity not a luxury […]

  • 2019 Film Festival – Profile: Design Can...

    by on 6 hours ago

    The following article was written by Jennifer Cikaluk as part of a series about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 1-3, 2019. Filmmaker Greg Durrell will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about his film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Mid Island Co-op. DESIGN CANADA: […]

  • 2019 Film Festival – Profile: Rave...

    by on February 21, 2019

    The following article was written by Jennifer Cikaluk as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 1-3, 2019. Filmmaker Andrea Palframan who resides on Salt Spring will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is […]

  • Black History Month: Sylvia Estes Stark,...

    by on February 19, 2019

    During Black History Month we celebrate pioneers who were a key part of BC and Canada’s history. Sylvia Estes Stark immigrated to Canada in 1858, settling on Salt Spring Island in 1860. Having been born into slavery in the United States, Sylvia Stark embraced the pastoral life on the island, and was a true homesteader […]

  • 2019 Salt Spring Film Festival – P...

    by on February 18, 2019

    Welcome, one and all, to the 20th Anniversary of the Salt Spring Film Festival! We have a few special things planned for you to mark the occasion, so be sure to take a good look through the program this year. We have added an extra room to allow for more films and more repeat screenings. […]

  • Cancer Scientist: Tuesday’s Forum

    by on February 17, 2019

    Did you know that one in two Canadians is expected to develop cancer during their lifetime, and one out of four Canadians is expected to die from the disease? In fact, cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada, responsible for 30% of all deaths. At the same time, survival rates for cancer are […]

  • Salt Spring Bike Club Announces Merger w...

    by on February 16, 2019

    With great enthusiasm and anticipation, the Salt Spring Bike Club announces its merger with Island Pathways and the creation of the new Island Pathway committee: Cycling Salt Spring Island! The Salt Spring Bike Club formed five years ago to: promote cycling as a healthy, sustainable and fun mode of transportation and recreation; foster a stronger […]

  • Winners! – 2019 Country Grocer Val...

    by on February 14, 2019

    Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Country Grocer Valentine’s ‘Show Us Your Love’ photo contest. The winning participants receives a $150 dinner at Auntie Pestos, two runners up get a $50 Country Grocer gift card and each participating couple receives a one-time Country Grocer voucher for 15% off which expires on March […]

  • Video: Local Love – Conversations ...

    by on February 13, 2019

    I have wanted to do this project for a few years now. I am so curious about relationships. What makes them work and what keeps them good. I had the chance to sit down with 4 Island couples to ask them just about that. This is a very small portion of the question + answer’s […]

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