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Hockey Theme Party
- "The Hockey Theme" is a Canadian theme song written in 1968 by Dolores Claman and orchestrated by Jerry Toth. It has been referred to as Canada's second national anthem by an American journalist.
- A group of people taking part in a particular activity or trip, esp. one for which they have been chosen
- an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
- a group of people gathered together for pleasure; "she joined the party after dinner"
- have or participate in a party; "The students were partying all night before the exam"
- A social gathering of invited guests, typically involving eating, drinking, and entertainment
- A formally constituted political group, typically operating on a national basis, that contests elections and attempts to form or take part in a government
hockey theme party - Reflections 2008:
Reflections 2008: The NHL Hockey Year in Photographs (Reflections: The NHL Hockey Year in Photographs)
Readers relive one of hockey's most exciting seasons in this large-format photographic book. It's all here, from the first drop of the puck to the hoisting of the Stanley Cup. Action shots and quiet moments feature gifted players like Sidney Crosby, Nicklas Lidstrom, Jarome Iginla, Vincent Lecavalier, and Martin Brodeur. Featuring 150 high-quality photographs, an introduction recounting the high points of the season, and a full section of year-end statistics, Reflections 2008 is both a specific tribute to the season and a timeless keepsake for fans.
Party in the Granville Entertainment District
The Granville Entertainment District, a five block stretch of Granville St. (between Drake St and Robson St), is crammed with bars and pubs that attract partyers pretty much every night of the week. How do I know this? Well, not only have I had my fair share of night outs here but I also happen to live close by so I can hear (far too often) the sounds of these late-night partyers. Reasons to go: 1. The choice: there are bars, lounges, clubs, concert venues and restaurants for almost everyone. And since they’re sandwiched close together, you can easily bar-hop. 2. The streets are closed to vehicle traffic after 7pm (on weekends and during summers) ensuring it’s pedestrian-friendly. 3. There are numerous post-bar snack places that offer a greasy piece of pizza or a hotdog. A must. My favorites: The Roxy: It’s been around for awhile and still it’s a Vancouver favourite. This includes our beloved Canucks who often enjoy a post-hockey game celebration here. What’s good? Live music and theme nights. What’s not? Long line-ups. El Furniture Warehouse: No, it’s not a furniture store. This hole-in-the-wall kinda of bar is endearingly laid back. My favorite part though? Nothing on the menus is over $4.95. Seriously. Other notables: Doolin’s Irish Pub for pints of Guinness; Whineo’s for a great selection of wine and appies; The Yale Hotel for live jazz music; and Sip Lounge where every food item incorporates alcohol. Locations: The Roxy, 932 Granville St; El Furniture Warehouse, 989 Granville St; Doolins, 654 Nelson St; Whineo’s, 1017 Granville St; The Yale, 1300 Granville St; Sip Lounge, 1117 Granville St.
I didn't plan very well when I decided to host my sister's bridal shower today. The gold metal hockey game is today. I will NOT be missing it. Luckily the party starts a little later and the game will be playing in the background. I'm sure there is going to be some ladies here that will want to watch it with me. :) Hope you are all having a good weekend. It's been busy around here. I have more to post but maybe I'll get to it this evening. Love you all! <3