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The Daily Dose

Your guide to the arts, lifestyle, culture and design of Nelson.

by Contributor on Friday Jun 11 2021

The Nelson and District Arts Council (NDAC) has proudly hosted events that have become instrumental in supporting local artists for over five creative decades. NDAC is excited to be able offer ArtWalk this year, continuing its long history of supporting local artists to sell their work.

The Nelson and District Arts Council has worked hard to engage and support local artists during the...

by Sarah Lord on Tuesday Jun 08 2021

Last week, we were delivered tragic news about Indigenous children who lost their lives in our province’s residential school system. Indigenous communities were hit especially hard by this discovery.

Christopher Yates, a Director of the West Kootenay Métis Society and Lesley Garlow, Indigenous Educator at Touchstones Museum, organized a memorial and ceremony for the 215...

by John Boivin Local Journalism Initiative on Monday Jun 07 2021

The Hills Garlic Festival will not be taking place this summer.

“This decision was made with the best interests of our small community in mind,” says a notice on the festival website. “We look forward to welcoming vendors, patrons, and volunteers in 2022.”

The Hills Recreation Society’s board of directors chose to cancel the popular annual event in New Denver despite the easing...

by Contributor on Monday May 24 2021

This weekend is a rich offering of streamed presentations from the Capitol Theatre with local Nelson and BC representation in the genres of music and dance respectively.

Beginning on May 27th  and available for one week, local singer and ukulele player Brian Kalbfleisch will be joined by Rob Fahie on bass, Don Macdonald on violin, and Graham Tracy on percussion to present an...

by Contributor on Wednesday May 19 2021

The Elephant Mountain Literary Festival (EMLF), based in Nelson, BC, celebrates 10 years this summer with a mix of home-grown and national authors and presenters, more special events, and increased opportunities for writers to hone their craft. EMLF runs online July 7 – 11.

“It’s a fitting celebration to mark ten years of bringing exceptional Canadian literary talent to Nelson,” says...

by Contributor on Saturday May 01 2021

Oxygen Art Centre is currently looking for a Gallery Assistant to add to our dynamic team this Summer 2021.

The deadline to apply is Friday, May 21, 2021, 5 p.m.

Application requirements include a Cover Letter and Resume, as well as stating Canada Summer Jobs eligibility. E-mail applications to info@oxygenartcentre.org...

by John Boivin Local Journalism Initiative on Sunday Apr 18 2021

A Kaslo area farmer has been given permission to plant mushrooms along a local trail as an unusual experiment in community gardening.

Robin Mercy was given the okay to “inoculate” (as planting mushrooms is called) logs along Kaslo’s Wardner Trail by council last month. He says the pilot project is a test of principles of both forestry and farming.

“I spent over a decade in...

by CBT on Monday Apr 05 2021

At the Procter Village Café, the swirly cinnamon buns are topped with sweet, gooey icing — and are in very high demand.

When the café opened in August 2020, almost two years after Procter’s previous bakery had shut down, the excitement was immediate, with a socially distanced lineup stretching outside.

Lisa Norris says, “The cinnamon bun craziness...

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