END OF SUMMER GALA LUAU PIG ROAST DINNER AND DANCE: Aug. 29, 6:30pm-1am. Tickets: Adults $25/ea; Kids 5-12 yrs, $12.50. Tickets available at the Procter Store and The Village Bakery. For more info, contact Caroline: email@example.com or 250-505-3560.
CULTURE TOUR VENUE EXTRAORDINAIRE! 10 Popular Valley Artists at 1 location. Saturday/Sunday, Aug. 8 & 9, 10am-5pm. 2987 Slocan Valley W. Rd, Slocan Park. # 41 in the CBCT Brochure, www.cbculturetour.com
FUN AND EXCITING SUMMER ROCK MUSIC CAMPS for newbies and beginners (7-14yrs) at Supercat Studios, Castlegar. July and August sessions. 250-365-1671. Visit: www.supercatstudios.com Book today! Sessions are filling up fast!
HARROP HARVEST FESTIVAL, SUNDAY, SEPT. 20: Planning your garden? Plan ahead! Vendors of vegetables, fruit, plants, crafts, food, please take note. Also, Buskers, reserve your space early. Call 250-229-4740..
HIROSHIMA COMMEMORATION: Aug. 6, 6pm MIR CENTER FOR PEACE, Selkirk College Campus, Castlegar Speakers and Performing Artists Dedicated to a Culture of Peace Sponsors: Kootenay Region Branch of the United Nations Association in Canada and Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ Contact: 250-365-6595.
KASLO GUITARFEST 2015 CONCERTS at St. Andrew's United Church, Kaslo. Wednesday, Aug. 19, 7pm, Showcase Concert $15; Friday, Aug. 21, Faculty Concert $20; Saturday, Aug. 22, 2pm Gala Concert. Admission by donation. Advance tickets for Wednesday & Friday at Sunnyside Naturals, Kaslo. Info: 250-353-7600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
KASLO LADIES RAINBOW GOLF TOURNAMENT: Sunday Aug. 16, $10,000 hole-in-1, great prizes. Best little tourney in the Kootenays! Fee $55/$13.50 cart per seat. To Register call Jocelyne McMahon, 250-353-7620.
LOVE TOFU BUT TIRED OF YOUR SAME OLD RECIPE? Join us Wednesday, Aug. 6 for a Tofu Workshop and recipe exchange with Erin Bruce of Alligator Pie Catering. Erin will bring a couple recipes to share and we will cook them together. Then we get to eat! Bring your favourite Tofu recipe and we will include it in our collection of My Grandmother's Kitchen recipes to be kept in the Women's Centre kitchen. The workshop runs from 5:30-7:30pm. Please pre-register to hold your spot. Cost $5 suggested donation. Call Jennifer at 250-352-9949 or e-mail: email@example.com.
SPIRITUAL WISDOM FOR CONQUERING FEAR: Eckankar would like to welcome you to its Worship Service on July 25 at 11:00 am at Wharfhouse Business Services, 601 Front St. Suite 108, (downstairs). Everyone Welcome!
THE WAY OF TEA - SPECIAL EVENT FUNDRAISER for the Japanese Canadian Museum Program. Join Langham Cultural Society enthusiasts on Sunday, Aug. 9, 1:30-4pm. Listen to stories and learn from tea master, Chris Harfman of Cloud Mountain Tea House, Nelson; pair teas with locally-made raw chocolates by Creative Cacao's Kelly O'Neil, and traditional chocolates by Donna Cormie. End the afternoon with a short Cafe Langham talk with Laurence Moss on the history of tea and ritual. Tickets $15 and $45 at Sunnyside and Willow, Kaslo and Cloud Mountain Tea House, Nelson. $45 ticket includes a handmade tea bowl by local potters, Sarah Lawless or Shannon Merritt, a traditional Japanese hand tea-dyed cloth, and samples of chocolate and tea to take home. A great way to spend a Sunday afternoon and support the Langham while traveling to Japan, China and India with a 'cup of humanity'! Contact 250-353-2661.
KASLO SATURDAY MARKET: Runs June 6-Sept. 19, 10am-2pm in Front Street Park. Find local farmers, bakers, artisans and more. Live music every week! For information contact Colleen, 250-366-0061 or firstname.lastname@example.org
TARZWELL FARMS: Locally grown & naturally raised beef available year round. Government inspected and government graded 'AA' or better, $4.90/lb hanging weight. This is custom cut & wrapped. Delivery to Nelson, Castlegar and Trail available. 250-428-4316.
WEST KOOTENAY ECOSOCIETY PRESENTS: Cottonwood Community Market: Saturdays, 9:30am-3pm until Oct. 31, Cottonwood Falls Park, Nelson. Downtown Nelson Local Market: Wednesdays, 9:30am-3pm, until Sept. 23, 400 Block Baker St. MarketFest: 6-10:30pm, Fridays, July 24, Aug. 21, 200 & 300 Blocks Baker St, Nelson. Information: www.ecosociety.ca
HISTORIC WALLACE IDAHO'S Under the Freeway Market, Labor Day weekend, Sept. 5, 6, & 7. Over 80 vendors, collectibles, antiques, unusual and unique items. Great bargains, everything from A-Z. For more information or booth space call, 208-752-0111, email@example.com or www.npdepot.org