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Darlaine Bagshaw, 80, plays piano everyday for residents before meals at Shannon Oaks. Her friend took her down to the marina to see this piano, which she played for some time. I thought I would share in case you wanted to put in the Oak Bay newspaper. She has been playing the piano since she was 5 years old. Her friend Sheri Tromp wrote this about her playing: Ode to Darlaine Darlaine’s music takes my thoughts From the past into the present For me, her music Sometimes works like medicine, When the sparkling notes on the piano Are captivating my thought process And I can just be and enjoy. (Photo courtesy Kailee Haaksma)

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Buoys in the bay Reader Rick Marshall snaps this picture of ‘buoys and boys’ on a smoky day in Oak Bay. Send your reader photos to editor@oakbaynews.com. (Rick Marshall photo)

Red moon rises during the August Oak Bay Community Association-led Embrace the Twilight walk. (Lara Lauzon photo)

Embrace the Twilight Walk in Oak Bay. Send your reader photos to editor@oakbaynews.com. (Lara Lauzon photo)

Jacques Sirois engages community members in the Embrace the Twilight Walk at the Loon Bay turnaround. (Lara Lauzon photo)

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