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New regional tourism website AND mobile app showcases International Selkirk Loop

New regional tourism website AND mobile app showcases International Selkirk Loop

With its 280 mile/450 km of breathtaking scenery and vibrant communities, the International Selkirk Loop is a popular destination for vacationers and travelers.

Columbia Basin Culture Tour back in August

Columbia Basin Culture Tour back in August

The Columbia Basin Culture Tour is back showcasing talent in the Nelson, Harrop, Procter, Balfour, Crawford Bay and Gray Creek areas August 13-14.

The tour runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

The Columbia Basin Culture Tour allows you to explore artists' studios, museums, art galleries and heritage sites during this free, self-guided event. Travel to studios and archives that aren't normally open, see demonstrations, new exhibitions and collections or meet people behind the scenes.

Kaslo Jazz Festival lands Rising Appalachia

Kaslo Jazz Festival lands Rising Appalachia

The Kaslo Jazz Festival has lined up some amazing acts for the 2016 event — none bigger than Rising Appalachia.

Rising Appalachia is coming to Kaslo Jazz Festival for a show on the third day of the event — Sunday evening at 6 p.m. on the PB Pro Audio Floating Stage as part of its 2016 Summer Festival Tour.

Nelson Police Department Restorative Justice is Now Recruiting Volunteer Restorative Justice Facilitators

Nelson Police Department Restorative Justice is Now Recruiting Volunteer Restorative Justice Facilitators

For people who want to make a difference in Nelson by finding a solution instead of letting the courts take over following the aftermath of crime and other harmful behaviour, a position with the Restorative Justice team is an opportunity to achieve this goal.

The Nelson Police Department Restorative Justice (NPDRJ) program is currently in the process of recruiting dedicated volunteers for the position of Restorative Justice Facilitator.

Seven local faith groups partner with EcoSociety to present monthly Kootenay Climate Vigils

Seven local faith groups partner with EcoSociety to present monthly Kootenay Climate Vigils

Nelson and area faith groups have teamed up with the West Kootenay EcoSociety to launch a monthly gathering, Kootenay Climate Vigil. This series will take place on the 22nd of every month with a major community event on Earth Day, April 22, in 2017.

Faith communities will take turns rotating the service amongst their centres and traditions and community members from all faiths and traditions are invited.

Nelson Area Sea and Air Cadets depart for Summer Training

Nelson Area Sea and Air Cadets depart for Summer Training

Members of 81 Hampton Gray Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp and 561 Osprey Royal Canadian Air Squadron from Nelson left recently for Summer Training.
 
The Cadets who are aged 12 to 18 years of age where traveling to Cadet Training Centres in Comox (Quadra Cadet Training Centre), Victoria (Albert Head Cadet Training Centre) and Vernon Cadet Training Centre.
 
The cadets are attending courses that are two to six weeks in duration.
 

Kootenay Kids Lemonade Stand back in operation Wednesday

Kootenay Kids Lemonade Stand back in operation Wednesday

Kootenay Kids Society will be back on Baker Street Wednesday (July 20) for  the Kootenay Kids Lemonade Stand at the corner of Ward and Baker Streets in the Heritage City.

The Lemonade Stand Sale goes from between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. outside the Scotiabank Branch in Nelson.

Anyone looking to quench their thirst for social good while at the same time enjoying a refreshingly cool drinkand a tasty baked treat should definitely plan to stop at the stand.

Hot and Bothered Forum Presentations and Reports Now Online

Hot and Bothered Forum Presentations and Reports Now Online

Many people have been asking how they can get information from the April 22-23 Hot and Bothered Forums and now there is information on the website and Facebook page “Hot and Bothered in the Kootenays” as well as a guide for starting conversations in your community or neighbourhood.

The website http://www.hotandbotheredinthekoots.org/ which was part of the very successful forums on Water, Drought and Climate Change held in Nelson on April 22 and 23, has been updated to allow continued community engagement.

Creative process workshop at Oxygen Art Centre

Creative process workshop at Oxygen Art Centre

This summer Oxygen Art Centre is offering a weekend workshop with award winning artist and fashion/costume designer Natalie Purschwitz. 

Developing Your Creative Process workshop will expand and develop your creative process by breaking down the blockages of set ways of thinking, seeing and doing.  The workshop is suitable for a variety of experience levels, disciplines and practices. 

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