THE WORLD WE WANT: This is What Sustainability Looks Like, CLIMATE CHANGE & COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS FORUM, Nov. 8, 10:30am-6:45pm Brilliant Cultural Centre, Castlegar. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS, WORKSHOPS, ONTARIO PREMIER FILM, MASSIVE CHOIR, DISPLAYS, VEGETARIAN POTLUCK. Adults $20 Students $10. INVITATION TO JOIN DOUKHOBORS AND FRIENDS CHOIR. To sing at event, all singers, ages/cultures welcome. Practices begin Oct. 19. To join the choir, register, or volunteer contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 250-825-4517 or email@example.com 250-352-9871.
!ALMOST FREE OPPORTUNITY to gain leadership skills for younger seniors to take on roles from aging leaders. Presented by Council of Senior Citizens Organizations of BC, organized by Learning in Retirement. Oct. 8-9, Selkirk College, Silver King Campus, Nelson. Cost $15 for snacks/lunches. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com..
100 YEARS OF COMMUNICATIONS... and "cancellations"! Join us Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2pm at the Argenta hall to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Argenta Post Office. It's about history and community. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
1ST ANNUAL BLACK TIE BENEFIT FOR OUR DAILY BREAD: Saturday, Oct. 25, 5:30pm at Mary Hall, Nelson. Tickets $80 ($40 tax receipt available). Special Guest Speaker, Corky Evans. Tickets available at: Our Daily Bread, Juice Radio, Natural Choice Pharmacy, Shoes for the Soul. More info: 1-888-761-3301 or visit www.kootenaychristianfellowship.com
AN EVENING WITH INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED GUATEMALAN ACTIVIST SANDRA MORAN. Join our Living Room Cafe at the home of Dan Miles and Shelley Stickel-Miles for inspiration, music and discussion. Sponsored by Amnesty International, Kaslo Chapter. Friday, Oct. 3, 7pm, social, coffee, goodies; 7:30 discussion; 628 Arena Rd. Everyone welcome. Info: Linda Lynch 250-353-7457.
CHOREALIS VOCAL ENSEMBLE PRESENTS 'Pathways of Love': Songs from the 16th Century to the present day, in concert Sunday, Oct. 5, 2pm in St. Andrew's United Church, Kaslo. Tickets $15, available at Sunnyside Naturals and Willow Home Boutique, Kaslo, and at the door.
CURLING IS COMING! Used to curl? Come on out and get your slide back on Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 7pm or Sunday, Oct. 12 at 12noon at the Kaslo Curling Club. Watch for our display ad next week! www.kaslocurling.com
FOLKLORE FUN: Tiller's Folly is playing The Langham on Friday, Oct. 3, at 7:30pm. Kicking off our Guest Artist Series with a fabulous evening of Celtic, Canadiana, Americana, "Newgrass" music. Tickets $15 at Willow Home Boutique and Sunnyside Naturals. www.thelangham.ca or www.tillersfolly.com
GOOD OLE' LANGHAM DANCE at KASLO LEGION! Saturday, Oct. 11, 8pm with amazing local dance bands, as part of the Langham's 40th Anniversary Celebrations!! Advance tickets $12 at Willow and Sunnyside Naturals, Kaslo; Otter Books and Eddy's Music, Nelson. Grab yours early!! Info call, 250-353-2661.
HALLOWEEN CRAFTING AT THE KASLO LIBRARY! Lanterns, carving and more, Sunday, Oct. 19, 2-4pm. Free program for youth ages 11-18. All supplies and snacks provided. Please preregister 250-353-2942 or email@example.com This program is brought to you by the Kaslo & District Public Library in partnership with North Kootenay Lake Community Services. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of Columbia Basin Trust.
PARENT AND CHILD TIME PLAYGROUP IS BACK! Free! Wednesdays starting Sept. 24, Harrop Hall, 10am-12noon. All children from birth to 5yrs old and their parents/caregivers are invited to drop in for crafts, songs, stories, snacks and fun! For more information contact Julie, 250-229-2167 or firstname.lastname@example.org Provided by Kootenay Lake Family Network and CBAL. Like us on Facebook: Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy Kaslo/Balfour.
SEASON TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE for the Nelson Overture Concerts Society four-concert 2014/15 series. All concerts at the Capitol Theatre. Adult/$75, Student/$24. Oct. 18/14, 8pm: Noemi Kiss & Csinszka Redai (soprano & piano). Nov. 23/14, 2pm: Anagnoson & Kinton (duo-pianists). Jan. 30/15, 8pm: Ensemble Vivant (chamber music quintet). Mar. 14/15, 8pm: Natasha Hall & Susanne Ruberg-Gordon (violin & piano).
SLOCAN VALLEY HERITAGE TRAIL SOCIETY invites everyone to join us for our Fall Colours Bike Ride. Come to Winlaw Station and cycle the rail trail surrounded by the beautiful colours of fall. Stay after to enjoy hot dogs and chili. Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014, 11am-2pm. All welcome. Sponsored by Columbia Basin Trust.
SURPRISE BOOK EXCHANGE and BOOK AUTHOR TOUR: Kaslo & District Public Library, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 7pm. Grand Forks Library Director and debut novelist Avi Silberstein will be sharing from HUMAN SOLUTIONS, his new crime novel set in Chile. To add to the intrigue, all are invited to bring a book you would like to exchange, the book will be put into a brown bag and at the end of the night you can select one of the "surprise books" to take home. This event is brought to you by the library and the Kootenay Library Federation.
UPCOMING SHOWS IN NELSON: Beach House, Yuk Yuk's Comedy, The Wooden Sky w/High Ends, Maceo Parker, Harpoonist and The Axe Murderer, Shane Koyczan, and much more. Full calendar and details at: ontheroadmanagement.com
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIRE SEASON: The Queen City Christmas Craft Faire to be held at the Hart Hall, Nelson, Nov. 15 & 16. Also accepting applications for the Castlegar Christmas Craft Faire, Dec. 7. Please Call Cathy, 250-359-7904.
35 YEARS END... GARAGE SALE IN QUEEN'S BAY: Tools, cameras, record collection: over 200 LPs and turntable, amp, speakers; lumber; cast iron sink with double wash boards; band saw, table saw, mig welder, and much more!! The sale starts on Saturday, Sept. 21 and goes till it snows! Follow the signs.
ROSSLAND MOUNTAIN MARKET runs every Thursday, 3-6pm until Oct. 2nd! Tons of fresh produce, fruit, herbs, baked goods, natural meats, preserves, candles, stained glass, soap, hand spun and dyed fibres and lots more. Live, local music! This is a Kootenay market not to miss! Still accepting vendors: email@example.com
TARZWELL FARMS: Locally gown & naturally raised beef available year round. Government inspected and government graded 'AA' or better, $4.10/lb hanging weight. This is custom cut & wrapped. Delivery to Nelson, Castlegar, and Trail available. 250-428-4316.