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by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Oct 09 2017

Now that the outdoor season is over, Nelson Youth Soccer is hosting its annual general meeting Monday, October 23 in the Prestige Lakeside Resort.

NYS, which operates indoor and outdoor leagues, is a non-profit association that depends on BC Gaming Fund Grants to help keep registration low as well as professional technical stafff avaiable to coaches and players.

To maintain this...

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 05 2017

Regional Cadet Support Unit, Pacific, (RCSU Pac) hosted a Regional Directed Activity (RDA) weekend for Sea, Army and Air Cadets from the West and East Kootenay’s.

Training and accommodation took place between the two Cranbrook cadet units - 1813 Lord Strathcona Army Cadet Corp and 552 Key City Air Cadet Squadron.

Music Clinics, Orienteering, Summer Biathlon, Standing Range and...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Oct 04 2017

The Gray Creek Pass has re-opened after a wildfire season for the ages as well as a bridge replacement project that closed the pass for most of September.

Despite numerous warnings of posted signs along the forestry road that links the East and West Kootenays, some of the public continued to drive aronud the barricades only to be turned back upon arrival at the Baker Creek bridge...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Oct 03 2017
A sculpture created by Cam Douglas of Nelson is being officially having his unveiled Wednesday at the St. Eugene Mission Resort outside Cranbrook Wednesday afternoon.
 
Douglas created the granite sculpture at Duratti Stone Studio in Balfour, BC.
 
The sculpture, titled ǂKAMNIN’TIK (The Children) was installed Sunday prior to Wednesday's...
by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Oct 01 2017

The Fifth Annual Green Home & Energy Show is set for Wednesday at the Prestige Lakeside Resort in Nelson.

This year our feature presentation will be on heat pumps said organizer Carmen Proctor, EcoSave Program Manager for the City of Nelson.

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by Contributor on Sunday Oct 01 2017

Everyone faces challenges in life, and everyone has goals, and yet it can be hard to know how to find help—and sometimes even how to phrase the question. Enter “Sparking Change: an Evening of Speed-Coaching” on Thursday, October 12, 7 p.m. at the Nelson Public Library.

The idea for the evening came from motivational coach Cate Baio.

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by Contributor on Thursday Sep 28 2017

By the time she celebrated her hundredth birthday, Alexandra David-Neel — spiritual seeker, opera singer, feminist journalist, intrepid explorer, and Buddhist scholar — had travelled across Asia, visited Tibet when it was closed to travelers, befriended the Crown Prince of Sikkim, interviewed the thirteenth Dalai Lama, and lived as a hermit in a cave high in the Himalayas.

She did most...

by Contributor on Tuesday Sep 26 2017

The Balfour and District Business and Historic Association have unveiled two monuments marking the east and west entrances to Balfour.  The markers are the group’s Canada 150 commemorative project.  Truus Zelonka, member of the Board of Directors of the BDBHA, has led the project from its inception to its completion.

The signs pay tribute to the importance of Kootenay Lake to the...

by Contributor on Tuesday Sep 26 2017

Mike Delamont’s God Is A Scottish Drag Queen returns to the Capitol Theatre stage with The Second Coming; an all new two act comedy of biblical proportions! God comes down toskewer everything from the 10 Commandments to the Platypus in an unforgettable sequel2,000 years in the making.

For this performance, a hit with both critics and audiences, Delamont dresses as a middle- aged...

by Contributor on Sunday Sep 24 2017

Nelson photographer Fred Rosenberg took thousands of photos during Kootenay Co-op Radio’s first ten years of broadcasting—16,000 photos in all. KCR is displaying a selection  at the Nelson Public Library during September and October, with a new selection of prints October 1.

Rich black and white mages of radio shows, radio plays and live music, radio camps and special events, building...

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