Arts and Culture

Salmo announces winner of photo contest

Salmo announces winner of photo contest

The results of Salmo’s Lifestyle Photo Contest are in. There were 40 qualifying submissions and more than 2,200 votes cast. The winner receives a $300 community gift basket which includes an “official” Salmo Dinner Jacket (SDJ), $150 in Salmo dollars to be spent at participating local retailers and more. The initiative is part of the “Sustainable Salmo” public consultation & asset mapping process to vision and ultimately rewrite the community’s Official Community Plan, hybridized with an integrated community sustainability plan.

Columbia Basin Culture Tour - a free opportunity to see our area's spectacular cultural offerings

Slip Bucket Designs - Lisa Christie

Taking place Aug. 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., 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. To participate in the tour, simply grab a map, your Culture Tour Directory and go!

PIGS – Canada’s Most Authentic Pink Floyd Tribute coming to Nelson's Capitol Theatre

The members of PIGS – Canada’s Most Authentic Pink Floyd Tribute are going to rock the Capitol Theatre Friday, August 5. — Submitted photo

Pigs will most likely fly before the English rock band Pink Floyd returns to the stage to perform their progressive and psychedelic music in front of fans.

However, right here in beautiful downtown Nelson, at the unique Capitol Theatre, PIGS – Canada’s Most Authentic Pink Floyd Tribute band will give Floydsters a taste of Roger Waters, Nick Mason & Company on Friday, August 5 at 8 p.m.

Local Jenny Robinson takes new release to Kaslo Jazz Festival

Fifteen years and now Lost Years is ready for release.

Recorded over the course of 15 years, Nelson musician Jenny Robinson’s new release, Lost Years, has songs that have traveled many roads.

Canadian Bluegrass Powerhouse Band The Dead South makes stop in Nelson, Rossland

The Dead South is coming to the West Kootenay July 21-22.

Canadian bluegrass powerhouse band, The Dead South. Voted 2015’s “Best Band” in Prairie Dog Magazine’s “Best of Regina”, The Dead South will be embarking on an extensive Canadian tour with stops at the Hume Hotel Spirit Bar in Nelson (July 22) and Flying Steamshovel in Rossland (July 21).

Bits and Pieces: Dealing with Reality

Bits and Pieces:  Dealing with Reality

Missing Magnetism

Watching, listening, net-surfing, one experiences “the news” and wonders – is there a deeper story that connects all the dots?

Gold Fever Follies 2016: Come Early, Seating Will be Limited

Photo by Dave Cornelius, from last year's show.

The Gold Fever Follies will be an attraction again this summer of 2016, even though the MIners Uniion Hall is not available as a venue while renovations are under way.   The new location will have limited seating, so come to a show during July when attendance has historically been a bit lighter.  

The show will go on at the old Bank of Montreal building, now the Rossland Gallery.  Only about 60 seats will fit there.  

30 Days of Sunshine Book Tour comes to West Kootenay

30 Days of Sunshine Book Tour comes to West Kootenay

Sunshine Coast author Mark Cameron is loading up the family camper van for 30 Days of Sunshine, his inaugural BC Book Tour.

This promotional tour for Cameron’s debut novel, Goodnight Sunshine, will have his family of four exploring the southern half of British Columbia in their 19-foot camper van, stopping along the way to engage with readers at a variety of libraries, farmers’ markets and bookstores.

Find Out More About Rossland's Facinating, Action-packed Past on June 9.

Photo of Mural on Ferraro's Store

Have you ever wondered about Rossland history?  Unlike what too many of us older people didn't enjoy in school,  Rossland history is lively and fascinating.  A gold-mining boom-town whose population and building construction exploded between 1895 and 1900, Rossland attracted the riches needed for hard-rock mining and produced a large quantity of high-grade gold ore.  Rossland was dubbed "the Golden City" internationally. Times were fast-paced, action-packed and rowdy.

Rock of Ages brings the 80's back to Nelson

Black Productions brings Rock of Ages to the stage at the Capitol Theatre this weekend. — Bruce Fuhr photos, The Nelson Daily

No Tom Cruise and no Alec Baldwin and no Julianne Hough.

Instead, it's Pat Beauchamp, Jeff Frost and Anna Backus capturing center stage as Black Productions brings Rock of Ages to the Capitol Theatre in Nelson for a host of shows this weekend.

Rock of Ages tells the story of small town girl Sherrie and city boy Drew, who meet on the Sunset Strip while pursuing their Hollywood dreams.

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