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Browse the site and online shop or stop by the gallery for all your framing needs, pottery and art supplies or to walk through the gallery to enjoy their many beautiful works!Our mission is to make acupuncture affordable so that more people can experience its many health benefits.

Overall I have more energy and look forward to the sessions and the relief and sense of well-being that I leave the office with.Some places to visit at Playlists – gives you the artist and label information about songs played on the Bluegrass Review.Beneath the playlists for specific shows, see the links for artists interviewed, as well as the list of supporters.The Bluegrass Review creates several narrative threads throughout a given broadcast, so that there is plenty of variety.The show accommodates the typical pattern of listening to radio, about 15 minutes at a time, with multiple themes.The Bluegrass Review is a one-hour weekly radio program for public, commercial and internet radio stations.

What makes the Bluegrass Review “Up to date and down to earth”?

You can learn more about Community Acupuncture or even become a member of our cooperative at the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA).

At Down to Earth Acupuncture we treat a wide variety of conditions and a diverse group of patients. The treatments themselves are almost completely painless and during them I find myself more relaxed and breathing more deeply than I thought possible.

Our creative custom framing ensures a unique, one of a kind finished piece.

Down To Earth Art stays up-to-date on the latest framing techniques and materials so our customers are insured of receiving the highest quality of work possible. and framing are done on site in our framing studio by our competent staff enabling us to provide a speedy, quality controlled project every time.

Watch demonstrations and find out how to attract birds and bees to your garden. Get the answers from our Hortline Master Gardeners, FOG Seedy Growers and Greenhouse Tenders. The Garden is serviced by the #49 UBC/Metrotown bus or the #C20 UBC Shuttle.