THE NELSON OVERTURE CONCERTS SOCIETY presents "Couloir", featuring Heidi Krutzen, harp, and Ariel Barnes, cello. Feb. 20, 8pm, Capitol Theatre. Tickets: adults/$24, students/$14 (students from schools participating in the NOCS School Outreach Program are granted FREE admission).
JOIN FLIKS AT THE LANGHAM for Grandma, Friday, Feb. 19, 7:30pm. Bittersweet comedy road movie starring Lily Tomlin as an aging lesbian poet & Julie Garner as her pregnant 18yr old granddaughter. Tickets $10 at the door. Doors open 7pm..
K.O.R.S. Valentine's Day CHOCOLATE FONDUE: $14/plate, 2-5pm, Ski Cabin. RESERVATION IS MANDATORY. Ski, snowshoe or ride on the Jackrabbit Express. Phone to reserve your seating time or for additional details. Val, 250-353-2168..
Langham Guest Artist Series presents CAMPGROUND: A Murder Mystery in the Woods (with Music!) Friday/Saturday, Feb. 5/6 at 7:30pm. A one person play, written and performed by West Kootenay's own, Lucas Myers. Myers brings his trademark brand of observational humor and brilliant character work to this examination of the world within a world that can only be found in THE CAMPGROUND. The Plot: A young man goes missing from a provincial campground while on a personal journey to discover himself. Four people are suspects. Was there foul play? More importantly, did someone remember to bring the toilet paper and the potato salad? WARNING: FLASHLIGHTS, SELF-DISCOVERY, DIDGERIDOO. Advance Tickets $12 at Sunnyside Naturals and Willow Home Boutique, Kaslo, $15/door. See you at the CAMPGROUND! More details, 250-353-2661, www.thelangham.ca
MOVE AND SHAKE GYM TIME AT REDFISH SCHOOL! Fridays, Feb. 12-Apr. 15, 9:30-10:30am. Families with children 5 & under will enjoy active movement & playing games. More info: Julie Poetsch, 250-229-2167, firstname.lastname@example.org Like us on Facebook: Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy-Kaslo/Balfour. Special thanks to Rec. 10 & Redfish School.
NELSON DISTRICT ROD & GUN CLUB ANNUAL BANQUET & FUNDRAISER: Saturday, Mar. 12, 801 Railway St, Nelson. Happy Hour & Fundraiser, 5pm, dinner 6:30pm. Tickets: Nelson Farmers Supply or club directors. Early bird $30. Door $35. Junior $15. Info 250-357-9309 or 250-352-5609.
OPEN SEMINAR: Successful Business Start-ups Do's and Don'ts. Prestige Lakeside Resort & Convention Center, Feb. 20. Limited seating. Open to all Levels of Business. Everyone welcome! 250-304-8243. Download registration and agenda: www.mcleodseminars.com, email@example.com
RIDE TO RENDEZVOUS 2016, Washington Outfitters & Guides Association wagon ride, May 2-6, Winthrop, Washington. Ride historic trails, teamsters & riders welcome. Bring your own stock, ride in a WOGA wagon, or rent a horse. Campfire entertainment, dutch oven cooking. 49ers Day Packers Rendezvous, May 6-8, Winthrop City Park, Washington. Parade, music & poetry, cowboy dinner, hearty breakfast, auction & packing competition, vendors & demonstrations. Contact: 509-997-1080, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.woga.org
SEEDY SUNDAY (SLOCAN VALLEY SEED EXCHANGE): Sunday, Mar. 6, 1-4pm, Crescent Valley Hall. $2 entry fee, $10/table for vendors. Vendors must preregister by Mar. 1! For more info or to book a table call Slocan Valley Recreation 250-226-0008.
STEPHEN FEARING SOLO IN CONCERT Thursday, Feb. 11, 7:30pm, Langham Theatre, Kaslo. A Canadian folk singer/songwriter, Fearing is an engaging performer and natural storyteller. Born in Vancouver he spent most of his boyhood in Dublin, where Celtic music became an contributing influence in his music. In addition to his solo career, he was one of the founding members of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings. Tickets $20 at Sunnyside Naturals and Willow Home Boutique in Kaslo, $22/door. Contact 250-353-2661.
TEXAS HOLD'EM TOURNAMENT: Saturday, Feb. 20 6:30pm sharp at Slocan Valley Legion Hall, 502 Harold St. $30 Buy-in. Tickets at Mountain Valley Station in Slocan or phone 250-355-2672 to reserve. BC Gaming rules will apply. The Legion welcomes members & guests.
VALENTINE'S DAY CRAFTING at the library for ages 7-13. Come and make Valentines for the ones you love on Friday, Feb. 12, 3-5pm. Free program, snacks and materials provided. Please preregister, 250-353-2942, email@example.com. This program is brought to you by the Kaslo & District Public Library, Columbia Basin Trust, Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance and the Village of Kaslo.
TARZWELL FARMS: Locally grown & naturally raised beef, available year round. Government inspected and government graded 'AA' or better, $4.90/lb hanging weight. Custom cut & wrapped. Will deliver to Nelson, Castlegar & Trail. 250-428-4316.