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NoXcuses Motorsports Experience and Café encompasses approximately 3500sqft of café and garage space. With an open design and vaulted ceilings, the space has a free flowing airy feeling. The space lends itself to big groups, parties or special events.

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UpComing Events

GingerSnap & Mr.SnapThat Trunk Show

Friday, November 1, 1pmNo photo description available.

 

Michelle Loreta - POSTPONED!

Another one of our amazing local musicians will be performing at NoXcuses Coffee House.  

Michelle is a Vancouver island singer songwriter. Playing everything from your top hits to unique original songs. Acoustic with a folky, beachy feel. Relax and unwind and enjoy the night with her!

 

Paint Night FUNDRAISER- November 6, 6:30 pm 13+ Service Dog for Lily

 A Colorful Abstract Elephant paint nite project by Yaymaker

We are a Vancouver Island family raising funds to cover the cost of an Autism Service Dog for our daughter. We are working with Assistance Service Dogs BC Association https://asdbc.org/. 
Lily is very inquisitive and engaging. She is also autistic, suffers from debilitating anxiety and has tremendous difficulty with auditory and tactile input. Lily’s anxiety and dis-regulation has worsened with age. A child who used to go to parks, school, family outings and grocery shopping now at age 11 has a difficult time leaving her house. She speaks daily of her desire to go out but even getting to the car to try to go somewhere can be completely overwhelming for her.
When Lily is overwhelmed, upset or frustrated she self-injures. This is extremely difficult for our entire family. It makes it very hard for Lily to participate in ‘typical’ life activities. Much of her time is spent feeling overwhelmed and frightened hiding under a blanket. Her most common phrase is, “I nervous.”
Through looking for ways to improve the quality of her life we learned that many children on the spectrum with similar presentation have found a trained service dog to be a very positive and calming force on their lives and thus we began on this hopeful path.
An Autism Service Dog would essentially act as a buffer between Lily and the world. Providing her with a sense of safety & security that better enable her to manage in a world that to her feels loud, unpredictable, confusing and frightening.
 

James KAPSER - November 22

Paint Night - November 27, 6:30 pm 13+

A Blue Mountain Summit paint nite project by Yaymaker 

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