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May 17
Pied Pumkin all ages concert/dance with Rick Scott, Joe Mock and Shari Ulrich
Beloved BC folk trio Pied Pumkin presents exuberant music for all ages! Dulcimer, mandolin, violin and guitar combined with gorgeous vocal harmonies and warm hearted humour. Rick Scott, Joe Mock and Shari Ulrich are celebrating 34 years with 34 shows around BC. In 2007 their first children's CD, PUMKIDS, won Best Children's Album in the Canadian Folk Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards and Parents' Choice Honors. Bring the whole family to this all ages event combining new tunes and Pumkin favourites. Tickets at Gaze & Chat, Silverton; Ann's Natural Foods, New Denver and Earth Spirit Books, Winlaw. $20 adult/$15 student and senior/ $10 under 12 / $50 family of four. Parents’ Choice says, “Songs fueled by heart and delivered via stand-out vocal harmonies and acoustic instrumentals add up to listening pleasure for ears of any age.”
Full tour details at www.piedpumkin.com. info@rickscott.ca
Silverton Memorial Hall  

Nov 30
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May 16
Pied Pumkin concert for big folks with Rick Scott, Joe Mock and Shari Ulrich
Beloved BC folk trio Pied Pumkin presents exuberant music for all ages! Dulcimer, mandolin, violin and guitar combined with gorgeous vocal harmonies and warm hearted humour. Rick Scott, Joe Mock and Shari Ulrich are celebrating 34 years with 34 shows around BC. In 2007 their first children's CD, PUMKIDS, won Best Children's Album in the Canadian Folk Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards and Parents' Choice Honors. May 12-15 the Pumkin will perform in 8 elementary schools in Castlegar, Trail and Rossland. On Friday May 16 they'll play a concert for the big folks with dancing in the aisles at the Castle, combining new tunes and Pumkin favourites. Tickets at Castle Theatre and Books * Music. $20 adult/$15 student and senior. Full tour details at www.piedpumkin.com info@rickscott.ca
Castle Theatre, Castlegar  

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May 23
KAST Spirit of Innovation Awards
The KAST Spirit of Innovation awards are intended to recognize those companies, organizations and individuals within the West Kootenay-Boundary region that have demonstrated excellence in innovation in application, development and/or research of science & technology.

The Gala will be a premier event with a reception, keynote speaker, live music, multi-media presentations and awards ceremony.

The dinner Banquet will be an elegant 4-course meal prepared by the Prestige’s renowned chef, complete with complimentary wine and decadent desserts.

Keynote Address-Jayne Seagrave "From Inventor's Wife to Marketing Goddess"
Prestige Lakeside Resort Nelson  

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Nov 30
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Oct 25
Cathedral of Mary Immaculate Parish FALL BAZAAR -
Join us for tea in the Tea Room! Purchase baking from our extraordinary Bake Table! Enjoy the Surprise Packages, Raffles, and much, much MORE!
Catholic Parish Center 523 Mill Street  

Nov 30
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Jun 16
"What a Way to Go- Life at the End of Empire" Film and Discussion
Special Invitation from the West Kootenay EcoSociety to…

“What a Way to Go-Life at the End of Empire” Film and Discussion...One of the most important documentaries of our time.

Coming to Rossland, Monday, June 16th, 6:30pm at the St. Andrews United Church, and also to Castlegar, on Tuesday, June 17th, 2008 at the Castle Theatre.

This film summons us to take very real and courageous look at the current global crises and the things within our culture and ourselves that keep us feeling falsely secure or powerless to act.

It asks us to consider a fundamentally different road than the one we’re on. Those who have already begun the journey are realizing relief and joy beyond their dreams. They are beginning to experience the world they always imagined.

Invite your neighbors and associates to join you in viewing and discussing this critical film.

Admission by Donation
West Kootenay EcoSociety
Ph: 250-354-1909
Website: http://eco.kics.bc.ca/

 

Nov 30
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Jun 25
Workshop: Writing the Sacred
A workshop based on Ray McGinnis's 2005 book, "Writing the Sacred", a psalm-inspired path to writing and appreciating sacred poetry. Seasoned writers and those new to the craft will be guided step by step to a place where they'll emerge with their own psalm/sacred poem. The workshop is $25 and copies of McGinnis's book will be available for $26.50. To register, call Anne at (250) 265-3192.
the Oxygen Art Centre, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Jul 1
Canada Day 2008 Schedule of Entertainment
10:30am: Opening Ceremonies-President Janice Morrison(Welcome) Mayor John Dooley Canada Day Address; MLA Corky Evans Canada Day Address; Nelson Pilots Association Fly Over, Kootenay Kilties Pipe Band, Nelson RCMP, Nelson City Police, Nelson Firefighters, Dragon Boat Sail Past.

10:40am- O Canada Heritage Harmony Singers
10:45am- Heritage Harmony Barbershop Choir
11:00am- Kootenay Kiltie Pipe Band
11:15am- Jazzercize with Melody
12:00pm- Community Band
1:00pm- Brenda McJones Highland Dancers
1:30pm- Playmor Junction
2:20pm- Sleight of Hand Signing Choir
2:35pm- Glacier Harmony Singers
3:00pm- String of Pearls Swing Band
4:00pm- The Pulpit Rockers
4:15pm- Bill Woikin and the Country Men Band
5:00pm- Holly and Jon Roots/Blues
6:00pm- White Lightning Blues Band
7:00pm- The Toques
8:15pm- Moving Mosaic Samba Band
8:30pm- Big Bad Blue
10:00pm- FIREWORKS DISPLAY; Special Thanks to The City of Nelson, The Nelson Professional Fire Fighters Association, Heritage Canada, RDCK Areas E,F,H, The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce, and many community-minded businesses and organizations.

Indulge and Enjoy
7am- Lions Club Pancake Breakfast:Baker Street
10am- Canada Day Cake on Display: Lakeside Park
11am- Canada Day Cake Served: City councilors & local dignitaries
11am- Rotary Club Annual BBQ: Rotary Shelter

Special Appearances by;
Simone Varey- Puppeteer/Puppet Show
Bubbles the Clown
The Nelson Theatre Company

Community Display Booths and Activities:
-Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce Canada Day Flags, Pins, Canadian Flag Tattoos, and free seedlings
-All Hit KBS Sandcastle Contest
-Kootenay Co-op Radio Informational Display
-Touchstones Historic Artifacts, Children's activity table crafts
-Nelson Kiwanis Club Balloons, Bean Bag Toss, Darts
-Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation Face Painting and Informational Booth
-Nelson's Pilot's Association Picturesque Plane Rides over Nelson and Area proceeds to Aimee Boulieau Transition House
-Selkirk College Informational display on Selkirk programs, draw prizes, trivia games
-Nelson and District Recreation Complex Parachute games for kids, camp crafts
-Youth Employment Resource Centre & Service Canada Centre for Youth workshops on health and safety, casual employment, free lemonade, face painting, games.
-Nelson and District Youth Centre Jeopardy style game show based on Canadian facts, culture, and history, with game show hosts and game board, targeting youth. Prizes.
-NDCC Kootenay Catamaran Club
-Nelson Business Association Interactive contests, giveaways, informational display
-RBC Royal Bank Balloons and Celebrity Dunk Tank
-SHARE Nelson Informational Booth and Golf Putting competition
-Visions Alive Puppets puppet show, puppet play space, Roving Marionettes
-West Kootenay Success by Six Books for Kids(Free Books 2 per child)
-NDCC Canoe and Kayak Club
Lakeside Park  

Nov 30
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Jan 20
Beyond the Want Ads - Finding Work in Nelson
What's happening in the world of work? How do these changes affect where and how you look for work? What is happening in Nelson? Where ARE the jobs? In this fun, interactive workshop will will explore what's happening and strategies to find work that works for you!

Call (250) 352-6200 or email info@kcds.ca for registration or information
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
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Oct 25
CATHEDRAL OF MARY IMMACULATE PARISH BAZAAR
FALL BAZAAR - Tea Room, Bake Table, Surprise Packages, Raffles, and much, much MORE.
Catholic Parish Center - 523 Mill Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Jun 8
"What a Way to Go- Life at the End of Empire" Film and Discussion
Special Invitation from the West Kootenay EcoSociety to…

“What a Way to Go-Life at the End of Empire” Film and Discussion...One of the most important documentaries of our time.

Coming to Creston, Sunday, June 8th 6:30pm at the Creston & District Museum, and also to Rossland, Monday, June 16th, and to Castlegar, on Tuesday, June 17th.

This film summons us to take very real and courageous look at the current global crises and the things within our culture and ourselves that keep us feeling falsely secure or powerless to act.

It asks us to consider a fundamentally different road than the one we’re on. Those who have already begun the journey are realizing relief and joy beyond their dreams. They are beginning to experience the world they always imagined.

Invite your neighbors and associates to join you in viewing and discussing this critical film.

Admission by Donation
West Kootenay EcoSociety
Ph: 250-354-1909
Website: http://eco.kics.bc.ca/


Creston, BC- Creston and District Museum  

Nov 30
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Oct 25
PARISH FALL BAZAAR
Come and enjoy our Tea Room, Bake Table, Raffles, Surprise Packages and much, much MORE!
Catholic Parish Center - 523 Mill Street  

Nov 30
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May 29
"What a Way to Go- Life at the End of Empire" Film and Discussion
“What a Way to Go – Life at the End of Empire”...one of the most important documentary films of our time, summons us to take a very real and courageous look at the current global crises and the things within our culture and ourselves that keep us feeling falsely secure or powerless to act.

It asks us to consider a fundamentally different road than the one we’re on. Those who have already begun the journey are realizing relief and joy beyond their dreams. They are beginning to experience the world
they always imagined.

“What a Way to Go” enables us to see just how critical things have become on the planet and it offers us reflections on how to begin the journey down that road that is our true nature.

As members of your community we ask you to make the time and join us to once again imagine what this road might be. Those who have begun this journey are discovering relief and joy beyond their dreams.

Admission by Donation
Time: 6:30 pm
Nelson Chamber of Commerce

Nelson Chamber of Commerce  

Nov 30
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Jan 25
Investors Group Walk For Memories
Get Walking today! The West Kootenay Investors Group Walk for Memories raises funds for Alzheimer’s Sun. Jan. 25 inside the Nelson & District Community Complex. For information or to register yourself or your team, visit www.walkformemories.com or call 250-352-6788 or 1-877-452-6788 to get a brochure or make a pledge. Come join in the afternoon fun from 1-3 pm.
Nelson & District Community Complex  

Nov 30
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Nov 24
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Nov 30
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Dec 18
WINDS of the West of presents The works of the late Les Weisbrich & Nathalie Parenteau of the Yukon
Les Weisbrich : original paintings,
artist’s proofs, limited edition prints & small cards
Nathalie Parenteau : prints
Winds of the West presents
Northwest Aboriginal Art
plusBruce Alfred – bentwood boxes
Sean Whonnock – hand drums
Paul Young –horn & antler
Stuart Jacobs – Pottery
Richard Baker – Masks & Plaques
jewellery & gemstones & much more
On-Site Raffle with proceeds to support local charities: Nelson Food Cupboard • Nelson Hospice • Nelson Women’s Centre
Live Entertainment & Refreshments
10am – 9pm $2.00 Admission • Dec 16 – 18

Prestige Lakeside Resort-Nelson  

Nov 30
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Dec 18
Winds of the West present works by the late Les Weisbrich and Yukon Artist Nathalie Parenteau
Plus:Northwest Aboriginal Art
plusBruce Alfred – bentwood boxes
Sean Whonnock – hand drums
Paul Young –horn & antler
Stuart Jacobs – Pottery
Richard Baker – Masks & Plaques
jewellery & gemstones & much more
On-Site Raffle proceeds to support local charities: Nelson Food Cupboard • Nelson Hospice • Nelson Women’s Centre
Live Entertainment & Refreshments

10am – 9pm $200 Admission • Dec 16 – 18

Prestige Lakeside Resort  

Nov 30
to
Dec 18
Winds of the West present works by the late Les Weisbrich and Yukon Artist Nathalie Parenteau
Plus:Northwest Aboriginal Art
plusBruce Alfred – bentwood boxes
Sean Whonnock – hand drums
Paul Young –horn & antler
Stuart Jacobs – Pottery
Richard Baker – Masks & Plaques
jewellery & gemstones & much more
On-Site Raffle proceeds to support local charities: Nelson Food Cupboard • Nelson Hospice • Nelson Women’s Centre
Live Entertainment & Refreshments

10am – 9pm $200 Admission • Dec 16 – 18

Prestige Lakeside Resort  

Nov 30
to
Dec 18
Winds of the West present works by the late Les Weisbrich and Yukon Artist Nathalie Parenteau
Plus:Northwest Aboriginal Art
plusBruce Alfred – bentwood boxes
Sean Whonnock – hand drums
Paul Young –horn & antler
Stuart Jacobs – Pottery
Richard Baker – Masks & Plaques
jewellery & gemstones & much more
On-Site Raffle proceeds to support local charities: Nelson Food Cupboard • Nelson Hospice • Nelson Women’s Centre
Live Entertainment & Refreshments

10am – 9pm $200 Admission • Dec 16 – 18

Prestige Lakeside Resort  

Nov 30
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Jan 29
School Tours
Tours of the Nelson Waldorf School will be taking place January 29th, February 26th, and March 12th from 8:30-9:30 am. "Windows On Waldorf" tours will be lead by a teacher with 23 years teaching experience. This is a wonderful opportunity for parents or members of the community to observe students and teachers of the Nelson Waldorf School in session and to get a taste of the Waldorf curriculum, K-8th, in action. For more information or to register for a tour call the Nelson Waldorf School at 250-352-6919.
http://www.nelsonwaldorf.org/


Nelson Waldorf School  

Nov 30
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Oct 4
"You can change the world - through prayer"
A 1 hour FREE public lecture to celebrate our 100 years in the Nelson down town core.
Are you looking for a way to make a difference in the world and in your own life? International speaker, Lyle Young, a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science healing, will present a talk titled, “You can change the world - through prayer” Come hear how prayer brings freedom, peace, and health to your life and the world.
237 Baker Street  

Nov 30
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Dec 14
Nelson Communtiy Band Concert
Seasonal sounds and classical combinations: Nelson's own community band entertains all comers with a delightful afternoon of music, with special guests "Tangerine", a lovely duo playing and singing mellow standards from yesterday and today.
Tickets are $10 for general, $8 for Students and seniors, and free for children 12 and under.
1st Baptist Church, Nelson BC  

Nov 30
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Sep 14
6th Annual Harrop Harvest Festival
Many vendors, locally grown fruits and vegetables, plants and preserves, arts and crafts, kids games and activities, live entertainment, fabulous food. Enter the Best Dressed Veggie Contest, Guess the weight of the big Pumpkin, Count the Beans in the Jar. Celebrate the harvest and meet friendly folk.
Harrop Hall, 6066 McConnell Road  

Nov 30
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Feb 8
FREE Food & Nutrition Film Festival
Food on Film: Film on Food: The Kootenay Co-op’s FREE, one day film festival, February 8th, Capitol Theatre.
Whether one is well versed in wholefood nutrition, or just discovering its importance to good health, there is something for everyone in these exciting new food films. This FREE Food Film Festival is your opportunity to invite your family, friends and neighbours to learn about food, food systems and how a wholefood diet helps keep you healthy. Everyone Welcome!. For films and times go to Co-op Events on the homepage of their website: http://www.kootenay.coop/

Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Dec 13
Pancake Breakfast with Santa
Santa will Parade down Tagahum Frontage Road starting at 10:30 am from Taghum Shell and then make route to the Taghum Hall for a Pancake Breakfast. Cost will be $3.00 per person and includes a goodie bag for all chidren from Santa.

There will also be Food Bins available for Donations to the Nelson Food Bank.

Also, a great Christmas display for Pictures with Santa !
Taghum Community Hall  

Nov 30
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Nov 20
Complimentary FREE Training Seminars
The Employers’ Advisers Office is a branch of the Ministry of Labour and Citizens’ Services, independent of WorkSafeBC (the WCB), providing Employers with impartial advice, assistance and representation on WCB matters. We will be in Nelson November 19 to present a Joint OHS Committee Workshop 8:30am-12:00pm and a Risk Assessment Seminar from 1:00pm-4:00pm. November 20 seminars are Accident Investigation from 8:30am-12:00pm and an Emergency Preparedness for The Workplace (pilot seminar) from 1:00pm-4:00pm. For more details regarding these seminars please visit our website http://www.labour.gov.bc.ca/eao. To register please call 1-866-855-7575. Location address will be provided at time of registration.
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Walking with Lions- A Volunteer's Life in Zimbabwe

A soul searching, life-altering journey to Africa, which lead one to work hands on with lion cubs and care for forgotten children

A DVD and slide show presentation at the Capitol Theatre
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"Peacing It Together" Documentary and Short Films Screening
30 teenagers, 7 short films and 1 dream of peace. Coming to Nelson, screening of short films made Israeli, Palestinian, and Canadian youth. The screenings will be followed by a discussion with Peacing It Together director, Erik Paulsson.
Friday, Oct 24, 7 pm at the LVR Courtyard Theatre, 1004 Cottonwood St,. $10 suggested donation . Proceed go to the Vancouver based Peace It Together Society, a diverse group committed to empowering youth to promote peace through dialogue, filmmaking, and multimedia (www.peaceittogether.ca). info: 250-354-7419.

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GETTING STARTED IN FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION Are you interested in a career in film production? Do you have a documentary or dramatic film project you want to get off the ground? Have you finished a film and want to get it out there? Erik Paulsson, Producer of Sundance Jury-Prize winner "Eve & the Fire Horse" offers a One Day Workshop on Independent Film Production.

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Stone & Bronze Sculptures & Functional Art Show
Please join us in supporting our renowned local Artists in our show of Original & limited editions of Bronze & Stone sculptures for your home/garden. 25% of sales will go to our Kootenay Lake Hospital Equipment Fund.

Oct. 26th-30th 9 AM-8 PM daily, Oct.31st 9-3.

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Rockopolus Promotions & Subway proudly present classicrock legends: 54-40
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A classic rockers dream concert. Listen to classic alt.rock legends 54-40 up close & personable, with comforable seats & great sound and lights.
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Goddess of the Lake Fashion Show
Bacchus Wine Bar, Specialty Fruit Drinks, Coffee, Tea, Snacks and great draw prizes. Tickets are $20 and are available at Blue Sky Clothing at Balfour Ferry Landing 229-4434 and Blue Sky Clothing in Nelson, Balfour Golf Course Pro Shop
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Peace Rally and Pan-Canadian Day of Action
March 17 Peace Rally Opposes War in Afghanistan and Iraq

On March 17 at 11:00 a.m. the Nelson Peace Coalition is holding a peace rally at the Government Building on Ward Street to increase public awareness about Canada’s role in Afghanistan. The Canadian Peace Alliance has issued a call to Canadians to participate in this Pan-Canadian Day of Action. With March 17 marking the 4th anniversary of the invasion and occupation of Iraq by the United States, we have put together an interesting roster of well-informed speakers. Alex Atamanenko, our NDP Member of Parliament; Dr. Duncan Grady, an Instructor at Selkirk College and Vietnam War Veteran; and Kathleen Luchtan, Coordinator of the West Kootenay Women’s Association will provide different perspectives on this issue. There will also be music provided by Aspen Switzer, Holly and John, and the Raging Grannies, as well as a poetry reading by Art Joyce, a member of Poets for Peace.
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The Advocacy Centre "Big Free Day"
Big Free Day is an event organized by the Advocacy Centre and is a success due to community participation of time and donations of food, clothing and household items. We will be providing a hot lunch, hampers and many items free of charge. Donations can be dropped off at the Anglican Church Friday March 16, 2007, 10:00 - 7:00pm. Volunteers needed!
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The Nelson Peace Coalition is holding a peace rally on Saturday, March 17th, 11 am at the Government Building on Ward Street to mark the 4th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Please support this pan-Canadian Day of Action for Peace and our call for an end to the wars of occupation in Afghanistan and Iraq.

For more information contact Grant Clubine at 505-9656, Sandra Nelken at 352-5274 or Don Currie at 355-2669.


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Mar 30
Photography by Nicaraguan Street Kids
Local "Pura Vida Foundation" is proud to present its latest project from Ometepe, Nicaragua. 18 street boys were taught photography by Pura Vida's Nathan Beninger this winter. ON the 30th of this month from 6:30 pm onward, at the Prestige Ballroom, we will be exhibiting their inspiring works, accompanied by a short biography. Drinks will be available, and this is will surely be an event worth attending. With gratitude to many local businesses, we have many generous doorprizes and an attractive silent auction being hosted now by Faery Isle Trading Company at 550 Baker Street. Please check the website for more information. Give a child hope, thank you for your support! Tickets are only $10 with proceeds going to the Pura Vida Foundation. www.puravidafoundation.ca
Prestige Inn Ballroom  

Nov 30
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Feb 12
Oxygen Art Centre is now accepting registrations for Winter courses in Writing, Visual Art, Professional Practices and Performance. Classes start the week of February 12.
Register now for 8-week Winter courses in Writing, Visual Art, Professional Practices and Performance.
Writers may choose from 'Truth With Lies' with Nicola Harwood, 'Writing Fiction' with Irene Mock, and 'The Alchemy of Writing' with Shayla Wright. (Look forward to Verna Relkoff's 'The Elements of Poetry' in the Spring session).
Visual artists choose from Murray Kimber's 'Building Confidence in Painting,' Deb Thompson's 'Mentorship in Painting', and in the spring session, Boukje Elzinga's 'Drawing from the Figure.'
New Professional Practices courses include 'Photographing Your Work' with Julie Castonguay and Submission Practices. (Visual artists work with Ian Johnston and Deborah Loxam Kohl, and writers work with Susan Andrews Grace.) Nicola Harwood will be teaching a Grant Writing course. Attention actors! Explore 'The Real Estate Show' with Nicola Harwood and Bessie Wapp, or enroll in 'Scene Study' with Lisel Forst.
Oxygen also offers ongoing Ideas Cafe evenings on a variety of topical and artistic themes.
Regular Art Exhibitions and Summer Residencies are an integral part of Oxygen's exciting programming.
Check out the new website at oxygenartcentre.org, call 352-6322 or drop by the Centre at 320 Vernon Street, alley entrance behind Hipperson's.
Oxygen Art Centre  

Nov 30
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Nov 25
Pre-Christmas Tea, bake sale and craft fair
The Salvation Army will be hosting a pre-Christmas afternoon tea, baking and crafts available for sale.
The Salvation Army 601 Vernon Street  

Nov 30
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Dec 1
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Jun 3
Nelson Community Band Concert
Nelson Community Band and friends present a Sunday Serenade! June 3rd, 2:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 611 Fifth St., Nelson. Full band arrangements and select ensembles play for your entertainment. Return to the simple pleasure of an afternoon of live music with your own community music organization. Listen local!
Admission $10, Srs and Students $8. Bring the kids: 12 and under are free!
First Baptist Church, 611 Fifth St., Nelson  

Nov 30
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Jan 24
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Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
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Jan 30
A taste of Nelson
Doors open at 6Pm, Silent Auction, Door Prizes, Raffle. Tickets available at The Best Western, Culinary Conspiracy or by calling 1-866-352-3997. Sample the best Nelson Restaurants have to offer
Best Western Baker St Inn  

Nov 30
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Mar 2
Allison Girvin & Her Band
Selections from her debut CD
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
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Apr 21
Kootenay Lake Vintage Car Club - Show and Shine
Join us in downtown Nelson for our annual Show and Shine - BBQ, collectible tables, super silent auction & some 50's music.
Nelson - Baker Street  

Nov 30
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Apr 21
Kootenay Lake Vintage Car Club-Show and Shine
Come join us in downtown Nelson for our annual Show and Shine. We will have a BBQ ,super silent auction,50's music,collectible tables and lots of beautiful old vehicles.
Starting at 10am to 4pm
Nelson  

Nov 30
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Jul 30
EGYPTIAN BELLYDANCE CLASSES
Zahira has been studying Egyptian Oriental dance for over 18yrs and has been teaching for 8 years in the Okanagan and Kootenay regions. She also lived in Cairo, Egypt where she furthered her training and deepened her cultural understanding. Zahira teaches precise technique while endevouring to make her classes culturally rich, challenging and joyous for her students.

CLASS SCHEDULE:

NELSON
Wednesdays, starting Jan 17th in the North Shore Hall

Beginner Level I 5:00-6:15pm
Beginner Level II 6:16-7:30pm
Intermediate 7:30-8:45
Choreography/troupe 8:45-9:30pm

Pre-register at 250-353-7333, or contact me through tribe


CASTLEGAR
Thursdays, starting Jan 18th in the Castlegar Recreation Complex

Beginners 6:30-7:45pm
Beginner Choreography 7:45-8:30pm

Pre-register through the C'gar Rec at 250-365-3386


TRAIL
Thursdays, starting Jan 18th in the Trail Recreation Complex
Beginners 4:30-5:45pm

Pre-register through the Trail Parks & Rec at 250-364-0888
North Shore Hall  

Nov 30
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Apr 13
Ballet Horgen Canada
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Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
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Aug 13
Intro to aromatherapy
Come learn the basics of aromatherapy. Blend and make 5 different products such as lotions, bath salts, spritzer, massage oils.
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Cost:$50
You must preregister for this class.
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Jul 8
East Shore book launch. Five authors reading -The Purcell Suite:Upholding the Wild. Book proceeds to Jumbo Wild campaign.
Five local authors will read at the East Shore launch of The Purcell Suite: Upholding the Wild. This anthology of creative writing is edited by K. Linda Kivi, published by Maa Press and all proceeds go to the Jumbo Wild campaign. Join us in this creative contribution to the efforts to preserve the Jumbo Pass wilderness so valuable to us all.

Readings are by Luanne Armstrong, Tom Wayman, Fred Wah, Eileen Delehanty Pearkes, Susan Andrews Grace.
Yasodhara Ashram Bookstore July 8 from 1 to 3 pm.

Yasodhara Ashram Bookstore  

Nov 30
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Oct 13
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Nov 30
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Sep 9
Friends of Silverton Memorial Hall present "McDades"
You are Invited to share in a Rare Opportunity to enjoy an Award Winning Canadian Band & Support the Silverton Memorial Hall!!
The McDades played to a Sold Out Performance at the Rossland Mining Hall this past Winter and were chosen to perform summer shows at “Folklife” at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.
As well, two of their toe-tapping
songs were nominated for Juno awards.
Friends of Silverton Memorial Hall presentsThe McDades, a Celtic, world rhythms band, on Saturday, September 9 at 7 PM. All funds raised go for Improvements to Memorial Hall. Tickets are only $15 and available at various outlets and at the Door.
For further information please
phone Kathy at 358-2852.



Silverton  

Nov 30
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Jun 30
Bands in the Bush - Full Moon Boogie
Apex Entertainment Presents Bands in the Bush
Come and join us in our maiden year for an outdoor music festival highlighting some of Nelson’s finest locally grown musicians. Under the big tent, we will be featuring: the Rockabilly/surf sounds of the Hell & Backs; the powerhouse of funk/soul and R&B of What It Is; McCuaig’s own rock, funk/ska with Johnny’s great bagpipe rifs; Diamond Back features Boyd Buckley’s own style of guitar licks that make one reminisce Stevie Ray; and Arthur Funkarelli will bring on their ever-present Rock, Funk, Ska in the way that only this band can.

Our goal is a truly Nelson, music event which people will remember, and come back to in years to come. Tenting is available; hot food on site; relax by the fire pit and listen to the music!! But PLEASE leave fido at home!

Gates open at 12:00 Noon, tickets are $20 advance and $30 at the door. Advance tickets are available at Hemp & Co, Chillers Pub, Eddy Music and by phone 250 825 0038, toll free 1 877 822 0038

See you there!!!
4476 Hwy 6 South  

Nov 30
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Dec 9
Christmas Carol Reading
Friday, December 8 at 7:30pm Shelagh Rogers, host of CBC's Sounds like Canada, will join local readers Michael Graham, Amber McIntyre Byatt and Jon Steimen to present Dicken's famous talke A Christmas Carol. The Nelson Barbershop Chorus and pianist, Karen Livingstone will provide the musical accompaniment. All proceeds benefit the Nelson Food Cupboard. Tickets can be bought in advance at Otter Books with a min. donation of $10, tickets also available at the door.
Nelson United Church  

Nov 30
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Aug 28
Coffee House to celebrate Kootenay Gay Pride Week
Kick off Kootenay Pride Week at the Coffee House on Monday August 28th. Join us for an evening of live music and the lesbian docucomedy starring renown comediennes, Kate Clinton, Marga Gomez, Suzanne Westenhoefer and Karen Williams co-directed and edited by our very own Nancy Rosenblum. This event is free and open to everyone. Doors open 6 pm at the Scout Hall, 310 Cedar St.
Scout Hall, 310 Cedar St  

Nov 30
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Aug 20
Kiss The Pig - Second Chance Animal Shelter Fundraiser
Who would you like to see Kiss a Pig - Mayor John Dooley, Hume Hotel General Manager Ryan Martin, Grounded Coffee House owner Jennifer Gare, or Bylaw Officer/Dog Catcher Fred Thompson? On Sunday August 20 at 2 p.m. in Lion’s Park, one of these brave locals will kiss a pig to raise money for Second Chance Animal Shelter. Voting ballots are available for $3 each or two for $5 at Nelson Animal Hospital, Four Paws Only, Cottonwood Falls Animal Clinic, Central Bark, West Arm Pets, Best Western Baker Street Inn or Grounded Organic Coffee House. Bring out the whole family, including any four-legged members, to support this important event! All money raised goes directly to the care of homeless dogs and cats in Nelson and Area.
Lion's Park (uphill)  

Nov 30
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Oct 31
Halloween Trick or Treat Event and Parade
The Yaletown Business Improvement Association (YBIA) annually partners with the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre to provide a safe and fun trick or treat route for local children and their parents in Yaletown. With the lack of detached housing in our community, the children don’t have the opportunity for “traditional” door-to-door trick or treating...and this is where Yaletown merchants can help! Thanks to all merchants who participated over the past few years. The event is very successful with approximately 40 Yaletown businesses hosting over 400 children. This year the YBIA will include a parade with the Public Dreams Society. This will run for approximately one hour and meander through the Yaletown heritage area. The Roundhouse is also hosting their 6th Annual Halloween Carnival from 3.30 – 7.30pm on October 31 – an event that typically attracts 500-600 people.

Please consider participating in the Trick or Treat Route through Yaletown again or join us for the first time this year!

Yaletown, Vancouver, BC  

Nov 30
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Aug 10
Nelson's 19th Annual Artwalk 2007
Opening receptions for Artwalk 2007 throughout the downtown core from 6 pm to 9 pm. View the art, meet friends and enjoy the festivities! For more info contact the Nelson and District Arts Council at 352-2402.
Downtown core  

Nov 30
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Jul 6
Nelson Artwalk 2007
Opening receptions for Artwalk 2007 throughout the downtown core from 6 pm to 9 pm. View the art, meet friends and enjoy the festivities! For more info contact the Nelson and District Arts Council at 352-2402.
Downtown core  

Nov 30
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Jun 1
HERITAGE HOME CELEBRATION
The Nelson Heritage Preservation Society invites owners of heritage homes and supporters of heritage in our community to a "Heritage Home Celebration" on Thursday, June 1, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the Hume Room of the Hume Hotel.

The program includes guest speakers Bob Inwood and Ron Welwood, slide shows and photographs of some of Nelson's heritage buildings. Complimentary refreshments served. Mark your calendar for this evening of celebration of Nelson heritage -- grand homes, petite treasures, works in progress....
Nelson  

Nov 30
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Jul 22
Canadian Rumba Flamenco Guitar Virtuoso Performance
The John Gilliat Group, will be performing with his World Beat, Rumba, Flamenco Quartet.

Passionate and fiery flamenco guitars intertwine with exotic percussion, bass and drums present a new direction to Nouveau Flamenco, Rumba and Jazz.

Advance tickets available at Baker Street Live, Tel (250) 505-5483 & Eddy Music. Tickets will also available at the door.
Baker Street Live, 802 Baker Street, Nelson, BC  

Nov 30
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Jul 29
HEINEKEN YALETOWN SUMMER CELEBRATION
HEINEKEN YALETOWN SUMMER CELEBRATION & VINTAGE CAR SHOW

Vancouver’s Best Free Day of the summer!
Saturday, July 29th 2006, 11am – 5pm

Five blocks of the old heritage area along Mainland and Hamilton spilling into the streets and onto the loading docks. Giant sidewalk sales, old time candy corn and samplings from some of Yaletown’s leading restaurants. Beer Gardens and BBQ and ice cream sales to the Make a Wish Foundation. Aerial BMX bike show and Main Stage with live musical entertainment all day. www.yaletowninfo.com or 604-683-7473 for further information.


- Location : Mainland and Hamilton streets Yaletown
- Admission : Free

Yaletown, Vancouver, BC  

Nov 30
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Aug 14
Intro to Aromatherapy
Learn the basics in Blending oils. We will make massage oils, perfume, bath salts misting sprays and lotions.
Arica Gardens Winlaw, BC  

Nov 30
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Jul 14
An information session for visual artists on the roles of the public art gallery and the artist-run-centre, and how they differ.
Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art & History and the Oxygen Gallery are hosting a joint information session for visual artists on the roles of the public art gallery and the artist-run-centre, and how they differ. It will take place on Friday, July 14th, from 4:30 to 5:30pm, at the Oxygen Gallery, located at #3, 320 Vernon (access from the back alley).
Oxygen Gallery, located at #3, 320 Vernon (access from the back alley).  

Nov 30
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Sep 2
10th annual Kootenay Gay Pride Parade
Parade gathers at Central School, winding it's way through the streets of Nelson and finishing at Cottonwood Falls Park. The community is invited to walk with us in love and solidarity.
Nelson streets  

Nov 30
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Jul 30
LITTLEFEST - Alternative Mountain Music Festival
A Littlefest Never Hurt Nobody!

A one-day Alternative Mountain Music festival called “Littlefest” is happening this Sunday July 30th at Little Slocan Lodge.

Twelve bands including The Creaking Tree String Quartet, The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir, The Cracker Cats and The Tuques will play a mix of alternative country and bluegrass –influenced music.

Advance tickets are on sale at Eddy Music in Nelson for $20, or $25 at the gate. Teens and seniors are $10. Music starts at 12 noon and goes until 2 am.

There’s free camping , a food concession, Bavarian tent and children’s area. A shuttle bus runs from Slocan Inn in Slocan city.

For more info visit littleslocanlodge.com or call 250-275-4958.

Little Slocan Lodge  

Nov 30
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Sep 16
Fab .Photo Art of Janet McIntyre: Opening reception
Don't miss Artwalk's opening reception for a great showing of Photo Art by Janet McIntyre. Max & Irma's Aug. 11 6-9 p.m. Best yet! The downtown core of Nelson will have artists' opening receptions at 16 other venues on the same evening. It IS the gala event of the summer!
Max & Irma's on Kootenay Street in Nelson  

Nov 30
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Apr 1
Turning Pointe Performance Company - Spring Dance Performance
Turning Pointe performance Company is under the artistic direction of Julie Teindl, Leanne McLim and Karin Palinka. The Company's dancers have been working hard over the past season and look forward to entertaining you for an evening of dance including: ballet, jazz, hip-hop, tap, musical theatre and song & dance.

Tickets, flowers and water will be available at the door. call Katarina Yule 250-365-7745 for more information.
Brilliant Cultural Centre, Castlegar  

Nov 30
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Aug 13
Slocan Valley 12th Annual Poker Float
Spend a pleasant valley Sunday floating down a gentle meandering section of the Slocan River. Decorate yourself, decorate your float. Stopping at 5 stations en route, the best Poker Hand wins! Float route is from the Perry's Siding Bridge to the Winlaw Regional & Nature Park. No alcohol please. Need info? This event is organized by the Slocan Valley Recreation Commission. 226-0008
Slocan Valley  

Nov 30
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Apr 23
Nelson AA & Al-Anon Round-Up, "Living the 12 Promises"
All members of AA & Al-Anon are invited to join us for the 35th annual Nelson Round-Up, "Living the 12 Promises" April 21, 22 & 23rd, 2006 at the Hume Hotel, Nelson. E-mail: nelsonroundup@yahoo.ca for more info.
Hume Hotel, Nelson  

Nov 30
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May 13
5th Annual Nelson Garden Festival
This is the event where you'll find the plants, garden prooducts and accessories, valuable information and lots more to make your gardening and landscaping projects that much better. Free workshops throughout the day and book signing by Des Kennedy.
300 Block Baker St, Downtown Nelson  

Nov 30
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May 12
Opening Event for Nelson Garden Festival Evening with Des Kennedy
Des is an award winning writer, broadcaster and environmental activist. He is well known for his humour, irreverence and passion for gardening and the natural world. This is an event not to be missed. Advance tickets at Otter Books
Hume Elementary School Gym, 310 Nelson St , Nelson BC  

Nov 30
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Apr 23
AA & Al-Anon Round-Up "Living the 12 Promises"
Please join us for a weekend of recovery and celebration. E-mail nelsonroundup@yahoo.ca for more info
Hume Hotel, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Apr 21
World-Folk Music and Travel Tales
Mexico-based songwriter Jarmo Jalava and singer Alison Wearing, author of the bestselling travel memoir Honeymoon in Purdah - an Iranian journey, are coming to the central Kootenays as part of their western Canada current tour. In concert, Alison’s storytelling often ends up, by direct or humorously circuitous routes, introducing Jarmo’s songs—many of them from his just-released second album, Rites of Passage, a diverse blend of world-folk sung in Spanish, Finnish and English, augmented with lush harmonies, vocal improv, guitar, banjo and percussion. In the past year, the duo have performed from New York state to Vancouver Island to Mexico City.

The duo’s joyful presence and rich, contemplative, and at times heartbreaking, music, will be shared at the Crooked Café in Kaslo (353-7361) on Wednesday, April 19, and at the Cedar Creek Café in Winlaw (226-7355) on Friday, April 21. Both shows start at 7:30 P.M. and admission is by donation.

More information and music samples can be found at www.jarmojalava.com.

Cedar Creek Cafe, Winlaw  

Nov 30
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Apr 26
BreakThrough with Tracey Scanlan
BreakThrough is a support and resource information group for those battling with personal substance abuse. A safe space to share and explore the possibilities of a life free of substance abuse with no requirements other that the spirit of enquiry.
BreakThrough meetings are held every Wednesday evening from 7.30 til 9 pm at The Moving Center. There is no charge although a donation is always appreciated. For additional information call 1 888 848 9053
The Moving Center  

Nov 30
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May 13
Nelson SPCA CD's for CD's & Garage Sale
The Nelson CD’s for CD’s (CD’s for Cats & Dogs) and Garage Sale, Saturday, May 13 at the shelter (524 Falls St), 8am to 12 noon. Fine selection of used CD’s, super garage sale items and lots of baking (human & canine). Call 352-7178 for more information.


Nelson SPCA 524 Falls St  

Nov 30
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May 1
In this one-day workshop, you will learn to feel the craniosacral rhythm; assess and locate restrictions in the body; and learn simple effective hands-on techniques to release restrictions and enhance the body's own innate healing systems.
Teresa Stebbing, RMT brings a wealth of experience and a passion for teaching and sharing her knowledge with others. “I just love this work and I get a huge thrill sharing it with others, seeing their faces light up when the big “aha” moment happens. It’s really wonderful to be able to to pass on what I was given.”
Selkirk College, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Jul 15
In this one-day workshop you will learn to feel the craniosacral rhythm; assess and locate restrictions in the body; learn simple effective hands-on techniques to release restrictions and enhance the body's own innate healing. Advance registration: $100.
Teresa Stebbing brings a wealth of experience and a passion for teaching and sharing her knowledge with others. “I just love this work and I get a huge thrill sharing it with others, seeing their faces light up when the big “aha” moment happens. It’s really wonderful to be able to to pass on what I was given.” Call Teresa at 250-505-2115 or e-mail solace@netidea.com to register and for more information.
Selkirk College, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Nov 27
Kootenay Artisans Christmas Market
Nelson & District Arts Council presents the Kootenay Artisans Market - th elargest juried market in the Kootenays. Local and visiting artisans create a market with an excellent selection of wares that are new and innovative, delicious and delectable, bueatiful and functional or the next generation's heirlooms. Check out the market with flair, listen to some Live Music from our area musicians and enjoy some delicious far for all tastes. An exciting weekend not to be missed.
Fri 1-9pm Sat 9-6pm and Sun 10-5pm
Contact:
ndac@netidea.com or www.ndac.ca
352-2402
Nelson Community Complex  

Nov 30
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Dec 30
Tashi Choling Meditation Society
Sitting/Walking Meditaion Open to Beginners and Everyone 10 to 11:30 am most Sundays More info: 354-0206 or 352-3061
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Feb 5
Jim Byrnes with Zubot & Dawson, Sunday Feb 5th
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Juno award winning artist Jim Byrnes backed by the amazing Zubot and Dawson.
Rossland Miner's Hall 7:00 PM
Tix at Goldrush Books
$18 advance, $20 at door
Call Rossland Arts Council 362-5666 for info
Rossland  

Nov 30
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Feb 25
20th Annual Ducks Unlimited Fund-raising Event
The Nelson Chapter of Ducks Unlimited Canada is holding it's20th annual banquet and fund-raiser at the Prestige Inn Nelson on February 25th, 2006. Everyone is welcome to this night of fun, food, fundraising and friends. Doors are open at 5:30 for your convenience

Ticket are available by phoning Chuck Wallace at 825 - 9565 or Fred Young at 352 - 6117

Prestinge Inn - Nelson  

Nov 30
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Dec 11
Food and Toy Christmas Hamper Drive
Tarrys Fire Rescue will be holding a food and toy drive on Saturday December 10th between 10 -2 pm - door to door in our Fire Protection area. All donations to the Community Christmas Hamper Program Legion/Conmmunity Harvest Food Bank. If we don't get to your home and you have a donation, please drop it off on Tuesday night between 7-9 at the Tarrys Fire Department Thank You
Tarrys/Thrums/Shoreacres/Glade  

Nov 30
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Oct 1
Sufi Workshop "Dancing on Sacred Ground"
Step outsidethe circle of time and into the circle of love for this workshop of Sufi Practices which will include Sound, Movement, Breath, Stories, Zikr – and, of course, the Dances of Universal Peace.
Dancers, dance leaders, singers, Sufis, and non-Sufis alike are all welcome to this special event.
Workshop leader Khalil Elliott is a long-time Sufi student and seeker of the inner life.He is a Khalif in the Sufi Ruhaniat International and a Mentor in the North American Network of Dances of Universal Peace. Khalil started and is the center leader for Ashland (Oregon) Sufi Heart Circle and holds regular Gatha classes, Zikrs, Dance meetings, weekend camps and retreats, and special events.
The workshop fee is $50.
For further information, call 825-0012
or email: NelsonDances@shaw.ca
The Moving Centre  

Nov 30
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Oct 24
Heart to Heart Community Meal
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Selkirk College – 820 Tenth St
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5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.


Mary Hall  

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Nov 21
Heart to Heart Community Meal
Mary Hall
Selkirk College – 820 Tenth St
Meals served between
5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m
Mary Hall  

Nov 30
to
Oct 13
Harlem Gospel Choir
Tickets $35.00/ $28.00
Package & Student Prices
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Nov 23
Cottars
Cape Breton's latest musical sucess story. Singers, step-dancers, instrumentalists
Costis $25.00/$20.00
Package & Student Prices
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Oct 15
Nelson Overture Concerts presents Jasper Wood, Violin
Come out to the Capitol Theatre for an evening of Classical Music with Canadian-born Jasper wood on violin.
Tickets $18 Adults; $8 Students
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Oct 15
Nelson Overture Concerts season opens with Jasper Wood on Violin
Enjoy some classical music with Canadian-born Jasper Wood on violon.

Saturday Oct. 15th, 8 pm at the Capitol Theatre.
Tickets Adults $18/ Students $8 - available at the theatre
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Nov 5
yoga workshop
Sunday Nov.6th 9:00 am till 3:00pm Yoga workshop with Carolyn Crichton. Yoga Alliance certified instructor $40.00 delicious vegeterian lunch provided.

Must preregister Phone 250-359-5808

E-mail yogaguma@hotmail.com
Ymir Schoolhouse  

Nov 30
to
Nov 20
Join the Slocan Valley Royal Canadian Legion # 276 for Bingo in the Slocan Hall.
Come join us for Bingo starting at 1:00 p.m. Cards $ 2.00 each. Cash Prizes. Door Prize. Help support your community. The Legion donates its funds to local causes.
Slocan City  

Nov 30
to
Nov 16
Children of the Island Pond Raid - An Emerging Culture, a documentary.
The Twelve Tribes will be hosting the documentary produced bt Jeanne Swantko-Wiseman. It chronicles the 1984 Raid of the Island POnd community by state troopers and social services workers in an attempt to illegally apprehend the community's 112 children.

The documentary brings to light the potential of government, when relying on bad information, to transgress the boundaries of legally sound conduct for the sake of the 'greater good'. This socially relevent documentary raises awareness of the interplay between government, media, and special interest groups like the anti-cult movement. There is much to be learned about relationships between government and emerging religious movements, if we will learn from the past.

There will be refreshments served, and admission is free. Discussion to follow.

For more information please call Daveq at 354-2786.
Meeting room, Nelson Library  

Nov 30
to
Dec 9
Christmas on Baker
Live animals, christmas carols, Puppets, free hot chocolate and Hot Dogs. fun for the whole Family.
500 blk of Baker Street  

Nov 30
to
Nov 27
MURDER MYSTERY EVENING
The Nelson Heritage Preservation Society presents "THE AUCTION" -- A Murder Mystery evening on Saturday, November 26, 2005 at 7:00 p.m.

A dramatic evening at one of Nelson's finest heritage homes. Elegant appies.. Cash Bar available... Its an evening to die for!

Cost: $50 per person. Limited tickets available.

Contact Kari @ 352-0488 or Cathy @ 352-6103


Nelson, B.C.  

Nov 30
to
Nov 1
Selkirk College 3rd Year Nursing Students: Guatemala International Nursing Experience Fundraising Event
Join us for a traditional Guatemalan meal of tortillas, rice, and beans; live music including the Doukhobor choir; a stimulating presentation about our Guatemalan project partners and our upcoming field trip to learn about their work in community health in the free trade zones surrounding Guatemala City, the rural highlands, and the remote northeastern jungle of the Peten. We look forward to seeing you there December 2nd from 6-9PM at the Nelson United Church! Admission is $10/person.
Nelson United Church  

Nov 30
to
Jan 31
Scaramouche Jones - featuring Michael Graham
Opening: New Years Eve, 2005
Playing through January, 2006
Showtime: 8:00 pm SHARP
Tickets: $15 in advance
Available at Reo's Videos
607 Front Street, Nelson (10am-10pm)

Scaramouche Jones is the swansong of a clown who has chosen to die on the eve of his hundredth birthday. After living in silence for 50 years, he finally chooses to break the silence and share his life story with us, the audience. In a beguiling, beautiful, heartbreaking hour-and-a-half, we experience the life and death of theatre's tragicomic Everyman.

Check out the Livingroom Theatre website at: www.thelivingroomtheatre.ca
The Livingroom Theatre - Nelson BC  

Nov 30
to
Dec 1
Robin Hood Pantomime
final performance of this annual event!
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Sep 20
Juno-nominated Winnipeg roots band NATHAN
Come hear the amazing harmonious vocal stylings and top notch musicianship of this Winnipeg quartet, nominated for this year's Roots and Traditional Album of the year for 'Jimson Weed'. Check out nathanmusic.ca for sound clips, photos, and video. $ 5-10 sliding scale.
The Crooked Cafe, Kaslo  

Nov 30
to
Oct 1
Sufi Workshop "Dancing on Sacred Ground"
Step outsidethe circle of time and into the circle of love for this workshop of Sufi Practices which will include Sound, Movement, Breath, Stories, Zikr – and, of course, the Dances of Universal Peace.
Dancers, dance leaders, singers, Sufis, and non-Sufis alike are all welcome to this special event.
Workshop leader Khalil Elliott is a long-time Sufi student and seeker of the inner life.He is a Khalif in the Sufi Ruhaniat International and a Mentor in the North American Network of Dances of Universal Peace. Khalil started and is the center leader for Ashland (Oregon) Sufi Heart Circle and holds regular Gatha classes, Zikrs, Dance meetings, weekend camps and retreats, and special events.
The workshop fee is $50.
For further information, call 825-0012
or email: NelsonDances@shaw.ca
The Moving Centre  

Nov 30
to
Oct 29
Catholic Parish Bazaar
located at the St Joseph's School Gym from 1 to 3:30pm . $3 at the door. Tea and goodies, surprise booth, bake table and craft table. Contact Joyce Zarikoff at 352-7138
Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jul 15
Plus Size Clothing Show
Did you miss CURVE APPEAL's Fashion Show?? Well then you don'w want to miss our Open House on Thursday July 14th from 4pm - 8pm @ Best Western in Nelson. We have lots of styles to try on & new summer arrivals as well. Drop-in and see today's trendiest & stylish fashions for 'Ladies with Curves!'
Best Western - Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jul 15
Conceptual Ceramic Art - Lecture and slide show
Nelson Fine Art Centre announces its two Artists in Residence: Stephanie Bowman, a Canadian artist now living in the USA, and Thomas Loh, architect, artist and choreographer from Nelson. NFAC launches its first Artists in Residence Summer of Conceptual Art with events, studio visits, open studios and a site-specific installation at the Oxygen Studio.
The first event is a Slide Lecture Friday July 15 at 7:30 pm by Stephanie Bowman at NFAC’s Oxygen Studio. The Oxygen Studio is located at 320 Vernon St. Unit #3, Alley Entrance, and is located directly behind the Kootenay Baker. Everyone is welcome!
Oxygen Studio, 320 Vernon St. Unit #3, Alley Entrance  

Nov 30
to
Jun 11
Grand Opening of Mistiso's Place Guest House / Vacation Rental
Mistiso (Miss-tee-so) - Spanish word for hybrid/mixed breed. In it's lifetime, this house has seen Nelson go through a number of transformations culminating into the melting pot that it is today.

Mistiso's Place is a reflection of this, with the fusion of old and new, traditional yet funky, elegant but casual.

We have a stunning collection of tastefully finished, warm and inviting self-contained suites ranging from 1-3 bedrooms that can comfortably accommodate as many as 12 people. Each guest suite is eclectically furnished with living/dining room, kitchen and 4 piece bath and offers it&#8217;s own special charm and character that will make you feel right at home.

Truly upscale accommodation at an affordable price!

Please drop-in for a look and a chance to win some
GREAT DOOR PRIZES from LOCAL businesses!
Dr. Peter Schuh, Kolmel&#8217;s Silver & Gold, Leo&#8217;s Pizza, Mistiso&#8217;s Place
Nelson Box Office, Nelson Chocofellar, Redfern House,
Sage Tapas & Wine Bar & Shoes for the Soul.

811 Vernon Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jun 21
Nelson & District Community Complex Official Opening
Official Ceremonies 11:00 on front steps to arena. Local dignitaries and guests will officially open the complex with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Everyone welcome!
The Heritage Harmony Barbershop Chorus will sing Oh Canada and the Kootenay Kiltie Pipe Band will pipe everyone into the facility after the ribbon cutting.

Followed by an Open House to 4:00 p.m. This will include:

Free public skating.
An opportunity to tour the facility
Live entertainment – The Tuques, Moving Mosaic Community Samba, Nelson Community Band, The Countrymen
Displays – local recreation businesses and community complex user groups (The Leafs, minor hockey, Blueliners, lacrosse, Ringette, figure skating, synchronized swimming, etc.) will have displays set up.
Demonstrations – some local groups will be providing demonstrations – Nelson Figure Skating Club, Breakaway Dance, Ringettes
BBQ – Nelson Lion’s Club will be organizing a BBQ outdoors
Discover Your Complex contest. Guests (adults and kids) can complete an easy questionnaire about different features of the new complex and enter to win prizes.

Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jun 19
DTCS presents the film "Short Cut to Nirvana"
Sunday June 19th at 2 pm and 7 pm at Charlotte's, 621 Baker. The film takes place at the Kumbh Mela, a Hindu festival that takes place every 12 years and attracts upwards of 70 million pilgrims. It is the largest gathering of humanity on earth and features a special appearance by the Dalai Lama.

This is an all ages event and tickets are $8 / $6 DTCS members, students & seniors / $5 under age 18.
Info: www.shortcuttonirvana.com 352-1888, 352-5717
Charlotte's , 621 Baker Street  

Nov 30
to
Jul 20
Hungry Hill Bluegrass Band
Hungry Hill is a professional bluegrass group in northwestern Canada. Touring this summer are five critically acclaimed individuals; Jenny Lester (vocals, fiddle and guitar), Bob Hamilton (vocals and mandolin), Mark Thibeault (Rayco resophonic guitar, guitar and vocals), Matt King on dog house bass and special guest Ross Nickerson (banjo). The miles of highway between Smithers, BC, and Whitehorse, Yukon, provide the band hours of harmony singing, song writing and joke sharing. Hungry Hill’s tight and dynamic stage presence reflects quality of musicianship and enigmatic personalities of each individual.
I’m pleased to announce that Anne Louise Genest will be touring with Hungry Hill. She will be doing an opening performance that will knock your socks off.
Limited seating. Advance Tickets $18 Door $20
On Sale Now @ Packrat Annie’s & Otter Books or Call 250-505-5233


The Royal On Baker  

Nov 30
to
Jul 20
Hungry Hill Bluegrass Band
Hungry Hill is a professional bluegrass group in northwestern Canada. Touring this summer are five critically acclaimed individuals; Jenny Lester (vocals, fiddle and guitar), Bob Hamilton (vocals and mandolin), Mark Thibeault (Rayco resophonic guitar, guitar and vocals), Matt King on dog house bass and special guest Ross Nickerson (banjo). The miles of highway between Smithers, BC, and Whitehorse, Yukon, provide the band hours of harmony singing, song writing and joke sharing. Hungry Hill’s tight and dynamic stage presence reflects quality of musicianship and enigmatic personalities of each individual.
I’m pleased to announce that Anne Louise Genest will be touring with Hungry Hill. She will be doing an opening performance that will knock your socks off.
Limited seating. Advance Tickets $18 Door $20
On Sale Now @ Packrat Annie’s & Otter Books or Call 250-505-5233

The Royal On Baker  

Nov 30
to
Jul 20
Hungry Hill Bluegrass Band with Anne Louise Genest
The West Kootenay Bluegrass Society Presents:
Hungry Hill Bluegrass Band
July 20, 8 pm @ The Royal on Baker
Hungry Hill is a professional bluegrass group in northwestern Canada. Touring this summer are five critically acclaimed individuals; Jenny Lester (vocals, fiddle and guitar), Bob Hamilton (vocals and mandolin), Mark Thibeault (Rayco resophonic guitar, guitar and vocals), Matt King on dog house bass and special guest Ross Nickerson (banjo). The miles of highway between Smithers, BC, and Whitehorse, Yukon, provide the band hours of harmony singing, song writing and joke sharing. Hungry Hill’s tight and dynamic stage presence reflects quality of musicianship and enigmatic personalities of each individual.
Anne Louise Genest will be touring with Hungry Hill. She will be doing an opening performance that will knock your socks off.
Limited seating. Advance Tickets $18 Door $20
On Sale Now @ Packrat Annie’s & Otter Books or Call 250-505-5233

The Royal On Baker  

Nov 30
to
Mar 12
A.G.M.
The Kutenai Growth Society welcomes old and new members to attend a pot luck at 5:30 PM followed by AGM at 7:00 PM
6256 Paradise Valley Rd - Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Apr 17
Book Launch, Reading and Party
Come out to the Vallican Whole Community Centre to help author Rita Moir launch her new book, the Windshift Line, A Father and Daughter's Story (Greystone, 2005). Weaving stories of her father's botanical explorations on the Hudson Bay with her own life as a woman living alone in the country, this book is Moir's personal land claim. The book has received praise from writers such as Donna Morrissey, Don Gayton, Patricia Hampl, Lynne Van Luven, and Paulette Jiles.
Vallican WholeCommunity Centre  

Nov 30
to
Mar 14
John Reischman & The Jaybirds
On tour with their new CD release "The Road West". Opening for the Jaybirds are "Bluegrasshopper" Tickets on sale now @ Capitol Theatre, Packrat Annies
's, KCR. Call 250-505-5233 for more info. www.westkootenaybluegrass.com
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Apr 17
Destination Imagaination Provincial Tournament
Teams from all over B.C. will compete in Creative Problem Solving. The public is invited to come and watch as teams of 7 perform their problems. It's fun, their is a concession and a silent auction, product sales and other entertaining things to see and do.
Trafgar Junior Middle School  

Nov 30
to
Dec 31
Nelson Canadian Italian Society New Year's Eve Party
The Nelson Canadian Italian Society is hosting a New Year's Eve dinner and dance party at St. Joseph School Banquet Hall. Doors open at 6:30 pm and dinner at 7:30 pm with the dance to follow. Tickets are $40 per person. Dinner will consist of antipasto, pasta, stuffed chicken legs or stuffed chicken breast with potatoes, veal cutlets with vegetables, tossed green salad and dessert. Also, included is a bottle of wine on the table for 4 people. At midnight, there will be a midnight snack consisting of cold cuts, buns, pizza and any left over items from dinner. There will be party favours such as hats and noise makers along with champagne to toast the New Year. A table of 8 people may be reserved. All proceeds from this event will be donated to two local charity's. Tickets are available by contacting Rocco at 250.352.3912.
St. Joseph School Banquet Hall  

Nov 30
to
Dec 10
Traditional Christmas on Baker
We will have Nativity scene with live animals, fire barrels to keep warm, free hot dogs and hot chocolate, a puppet show for kids, a stage with top Nelson performers singing Christmas Carols.
Sponsored by the Churches of Nelson
400 Block of Baker Street  

Nov 30
to
Dec 4
6th Annual Homespun Christmas Craft Fair and Marketplace
School Choir,live entertainment,unique vendors,homemade lunch and baked goods, tea/coffee. Admission is $1(children under 12 free) 825-0112
AI Collinson School , 2780 Highway 3A, Northshore Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Feb 25
"Bless You, Billy Wilder"
Presented by The Capitol Theatre Society, Dreamscape Theatre from Britain stages this Canadian play by David Belke. An obsessed screenwriter who works in his pajamas encounters a shy artist who has never seen a movie, and the education of both begins! Tickets $12, Students $10 - Phone the Capitol box office 352-6363
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Feb 11
The St. Petersburg Classic Ballet
A Capitol Nights presentation. Tickets $30, Students $21.
Call 352-6363 to order seats.
Featured is repertoire from the company directed by Marina Medvetskaya.
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Feb 13
Legion Bingo
Bingo Cash & meat
Slocan Legion Hall, Slocan, Bc  

Nov 30
to
Jun 18
Ameri-Cana International Relay
North America's longest running relay starts at Lakeside Park in Nelson. The longest course is 220 miles, but there are courses for teams of every fitness level.

Runners climb Kootenay Pass, run all night, and finish at City Beach in Sandpoint, Idaho.

For more information, visit www.acrelay.com

Lakeside Park, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Mar 19
Nelson Italian Canadian Society Annual Wine Festival
Nelson Italian Canadian Society is hosting their annual Wine Festival. Tickets are $20 per person. Doors open at 5:30 pm and dinner at 6:30 pm with a dance to follow. The dinner will be a traditional 5 course Italian dinner with spaghetti and meatballs, chicken and potatoes, salad, dessert and coffee. You may pick up your tickets at the following locations: Vince DeVito's Shoes, Darwins Produce, Sonja's China Cabinet and Maglio Building Supply.
St. Joseph Banquet Hall  

Nov 30
to
Feb 12
Jr. Racers Sprint Race Day
1st time race event. Sprints are an exciting sport to watch. Skiers from locak ski areas will be coming to participate.

Apex Trail Head  

Nov 30
to
Feb 13
2nd Annual Fun Challenge Ski
An opportunity to join other skiers to ski the complete trail system of the NNSC.A personal challenge event. Everyone welcomed
Apex Trail Head  

Nov 30
to
Feb 14
Tiki Torch Lit Ski
Our 4th Annual. The two trails (night loop & Apex) will be lit for an evening ski. Join us for hot cholocate and some goodies. fUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!!!
Apex Trailhead  

Nov 30
to
Dec 5
Community Christmas Event
Celebrate the spirit of Community and Christmas. Join us December 5, 1-4pm at the Ashram in Kootenay Bay for uplifting music from local string and choir ensembles. Browse the bookstore for inspiring holiday gifts and books. Treats and refreshments served. Five minutes from the ferry, off Riondel Road. For more info, call 227-9224.
Kootenay Bay, five minutes from the ferry. Off Riondel Road  

Nov 30
to
Jun 30
Kootenay Lake Chorus
Women's Barbershop-style chorus practices every Wednesday Evening. If you are female and love to sing - come and check us out. Visitors and new members are always welcome.
611 Fifth Street (First Baptist Church)  

Nov 30
to
Oct 31
Trick or Treating at the Mall
Little ghosts and goblins can join in the fun of trick or treating at the mall from 3:00 - 5:00 PM. Costumes please.
Chahko Mika Mall  

Nov 30
to
Oct 28
Pete & Joan Wernick (Dr. & Nurse Banjo)
Pete Wernick, (Dr, Banjo) known for his banjo playing with "Hot Rize", and his singer-guitarist wife Joan, present one of the West's most engaging bluegrass duets. Joan's clear, soulful singing and Pete's masterful picking bring life to a diverse repertoire including traditional bluegrass, vocal duets, and blazing instrumentals. In the early 70's the pair founded, performed, and recorded with the groundbreaking bluegrass band "Country Cooking", based in Ithaca, New York.
For a show to make you smile, tap your foot, and remind you of life's good things, don't miss "Dr. and Nurse Banjo"!

Advance Tickets $12 Available @ Comfort & Joy and Packrat Annie’s
Door Tickets $15 Children under 12yrs. FREE
Call 505-5233 in Nelson, to reserve tickets



North Shore Community Hall  

Nov 30
to
Oct 28
Pete & Joan Wernick (Dr. & Nurse Banjo)
Pete Wernick, “Dr, Banjo” known for his banjo playing with Hot Rize, and his singer-guitarist wife Joan present one of the West's most engaging bluegrass duets. Joan's clear, soulful singing and Pete's masterful picking bring life to a diverse repertoire including traditional bluegrass, vocal duets, and blazing instrumentals. In the early 70's the pair founded, performed, and recorded with the groundbreaking bluegrass band Country Cooking, based in Ithaca, New York.
Advance Tickets $12 Available @ Comfort & Joy and Packrat Annie’s
Door Tickets $15 Children under 12yrs. FREE
Call 505-5233 in Nelson, to reserve tickets


North Shore Community Hall  

Nov 30
to
Oct 28
Master Of The Banjo "Pete Wernick"
Pete, along with vocal/guitarist, Joan Wernick will be performing for one night only. Adv. Tickets $12 $15 at the door. Children under 12 free. You can get your tickets @ Comfort & Joy or Packrat Annie's. Or Call 250-505-5233 to reserve. www.westkootenaybluegrass.com
North Shore Community Hall  

Nov 30
to
Oct 28
Master Of The Banjo “Pete Wernick” Coming to Nelson
Pete Wernick, “Dr, Banjo” known for his banjo playing with Hot Rize, and his singer-guitarist wife Joan present one of the West's most engaging bluegrass duets. Joan's clear, soulful singing and Pete's masterful picking bring life to a diverse repertoire including traditional bluegrass, vocal duets, and blazing instrumentals.

Joan, also known to music fans as "Nondi", has sung with various groups in Colorado and hosted a bluegrass radio program on KGNU Boulder since 1978. Her natural sparkle and the pair’s on-stage repartee add an extra dimension to their duet performances.
For a show to make you smile, tap your foot, and remind you of life's good things, don't miss "Dr. and Nurse Banjo"!

Advance Tickets $12 ** $15 at the Door
Available @ Comfort & Joy * Packrat Annie’s
Free admittance to children under 12 yrs.
Call 505-5233 in Nelson, to reserve tickets
Visit www.westkootenaybluegrass.com for more info

North Shore Community Hall  

Nov 30
to
Dec 5
CINDERELLA: Capitol Theatre Christmas Pantomime
A seventeen year old tradition in Nelson and a much older tradition in Britain, the pantomime is a musical comedy that transforms a fairy tale or nursery rhyme into a home grown community experience. Cinderella is set in a slightly backward planetary colony called Yanetook that looks a lot like Nelson, and features a drunken failure of a baron, an ambitious baroness with two unattractive daughters, a prince, fairy godmother, a traditional character called Buttons, and Cinderella, of course, as well as a chorus of Yanetook folk. The set is designed by artist and illustrator Murray Kimber, and the show is directed by Karen Agnew with musical direction by Pat Henman.

The show traditionally opens the Christmas season at the Capitol, and it's a family experience.

Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for students, family of four pass is $35, and extra children are $5. Phone the theatre box office at 352-6363 for reservations. box office hours are Tuesday to Friday noon to 4:30 pm.
Capitol Theatre 421 Victoria Street Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Nov 1
Xmas IN THE VALEY
Xmas craft faire, proceeds go the Legion funding to give away towards charity for people in need..
Slocan Legion Hall  

Nov 30
to
Jul 14
Bluegrass from Colorado
The West Kootenay Bluegrass Society Presents:
Rounder Recording Artists:
“OPEN ROAD”
Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at the Capitol Theatre in Nelson, BC
We, in the West Kootenays have a rare opportunity to experience Open Road for the first time. The band is heading North to Nelson from Babb, MT, then back south again for concerts from coast to coast in the USA.
Doors open at 7 PM. With Nelson’s “Bluegrasshopper” doing a warm-up set at 7:30.

Tickets are on sale now @ Capitol Theatre
Box Office Hours: Tue to Fri 12 Noon to 4:30
Call for reserved seating. 352-6363 Credit Cards Accepted
WKBS Members: $18 Others $20
Call 505-5233 for more info or visit www.westkootenaybluegrass.com

Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Sep 26
Celebrate the Columbia - A BC Rivers Day event
Come and Celebrate the Columbia with us, at Gyro Park in Trail.

Free events include live music including Todd Butler; children's activities; educational booths and displays, climbing wall, kayak demonstrations and more.

Time - 10 AM to 4 PM
Place - Gyro Park, Trail, BC
Cost - Free to everyone
Gyro Park Trail  

Nov 30
to
Sep 17
The World at My Back with Agnes Martin (DVD). The launch of Ideas Cafe
Martin is a Canadian/American painter who has been asociated with abstract expressionism and minimalism. Her work reflects egolessness, humility, and the Dao. Filmed in her 90th year, the DVD features Martin, her painting, film-making, and writing. DVD by Mary Lance.
Located @ 410 Kootenay St. (Mermaid Gallery, Lower Level)
Nelson Fine Art Centre  

Nov 30
to
Sep 3
Circle(s), Straight Line(s), & Intersection(s)
Exhibition with Brent Bukowski.Series 2004 This event runs from September 3 to September 23.
Nelson Fine Art Centre  

Nov 30
to
Sep 1
Readings by Katherine Gordon from her new bool "The Slocan: Portrait of a Valley"
&#8220;The Slocan: Portrait of a Valley&#8221;, Katherine&#8217;s second book, is a contemporary popular history of the Slocan valley. Although only 120 years old in terms of European settlement, the heart of the southern interior of BC is home to some of BC&#8217;s most dramatic history. It served as a refuge for Doukhobor settlers and a prison for Canadian Japanese. &#8220;The Slocan: A Portrait of a Valley&#8221; connects the region and its people to the rest of the province and the country.
Katherine will read excerpts from the book and recount some of the valley&#8217;s stories. She will also talk about the process of researching and writing the book and take questions at the end. Following the presentation copies of the book will be available for sale and signing, and refreshments will be served. A door prize will also be awarded.
the Nelson Library Meeting Room  

Nov 30
to
Jul 14
Bluegrass From Colorado
The West Kootenay Bluegrass Society Presents:
Rounder Recording Artists:
“OPEN ROAD”
Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at the Capitol Theatre in Nelson, BC
We, in the West Kootenays have a rare opportunity to experience Open Road for the first time. The band is heading North to Nelson from Babb, MT, then back south again for concerts from coast to coast in the USA.
Doors open at 7 PM. With Nelson’s “Bluegrasshopper” doing a warm-up set at 7:30.

Tickets are on sale now @ Capitol Theatre
Box Office Hours: Tue to Fri 12 Noon to 4:30
Call for reserved seating. 352-6363 Credit Cards Accepted
WKBS Members: $18 Others $20
Call 505-5233 for more info or visit www.westkootenaybluegrass.com

Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jul 14
Bluegrass From Colorado
Rounder Recording Artists:
“OPEN ROAD”
Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at the Capitol Theatre in Nelson, BC
We, in the West Kootenays have a rare opportunity to experience Open Road for the first time. The band is heading North to Nelson from Babb, MT, then back south again for concerts from coast to coast in the USA.
Doors open at 7 PM. With Nelson’s “Bluegrasshopper” doing a warm-up set at 7:30.

Tickets are on sale now @ Capitol Theatre
Box Office Hours: Tue to Fri 12 Noon to 4:30
Call for reserved seating.
352-6363 Credit Cards Accepted
WKBS Members: $18 Others $20

Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Jul 14
Bluegrass from Colorado
Rounder Recording Artists:
“OPEN ROAD”
Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at the Capitol Theatre in Nelson, BC
We, in the West Kootenays have a rare opportunity to experience Open Road for the first time. The band is heading North to Nelson from Babb, MT, then back south again for concerts from coast to coast in the USA.
Doors open at 7 PM. With Nelson’s “Bluegrasshopper” doing a warm-up set at 7:30.

Tickets are on sale now @ Capitol Theatre
Box Office Hours: Tue to Fri 12 Noon to 4:30
Call for reserved seating. Credit Cards Accepted
WKBS Members: $18 Others $20

Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Jul 16
Scuba Club
SCUBA CLUB MEETING

The Dambusters Scuba Club has been inactive

for a few years so now it’s time to revive it.

All divers are invited to attend at the Castlegar

Complex, Friday July 16th, 7:00 P.M.

Castlegar  

Nov 30
to
Oct 30
Parish Bazzar
Fall Bazzar
Cathedral of Mary Immaculate (Catholic Church)  

Nov 30
to
Jun 26
OLD TIME DANCE
“OLD TIME DANCE IN NELSON”

Dance to the music of Creston’s “REELY PICKY OLD TIME BAND”, with dance calls by David Feldman.
Saturday, June 26, 8 PM at the Eagle’s Hall in Nelson.
Tickets are on sale now at these fine locations:
In Nelson @ Pack Rat Annie’s / Zoom Disc / Otter Books & Kootenay Co-op Radio.
In Castlegar @ Pete’s TV or call (250) 505-5233 to reserve.
$12. each or 2 for $20.
The West Kootenay Bluegrass Society in conjunction with Kootenay Co-op Radio hosts this licensed event. Must by of legal drinking age.


Eagles Lodge, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jun 19
NCO Productions Presents: Cole Porter's "You Never Know"
Celebrate spring with Cole Porter's "You Never Know", a romantic Broadway comedy of errors. This sophisticated musical features Stephen Fowler, Dani McArthur, Scarlet Rose, Robert Wilson, Rosie Coffy and Jim Draper. Created by Frederick Edell, Cheryl Hodge and Allison Lamb. Charles Bailey box office: 368-9669
Charles Bailey Theatre - Trail  

Nov 30
to
Jun 19
Cole Porter's "You Never Know"
Celebrate spring with Cole Porter's "You Never Know", a romantic Broadway comedy of errors. This sophisticated musical features Stephen Fowler, Dani McArthur, Scarlet Rose, Robert Wilson, Rosie Coffy and Jim Draper. Created by Frederick Edell, Cheryl Hodge and Allison Lamb. Charles Bailey box office: 368-9669
Charles Bailey Theatre - Trail  

Nov 30
to
Jun 12
NCO Productions Presents: Cole Porter's "You Never Know"
Celebrate spring with Cole Porter's "You Never Know", the romantic Broadway comedy of errors. This sophisticated musical features Stephen Fowler, Dani McArthur, Scarlet Rose, Robert Wilson, Rosie Coffy and Jim Draper. Created by Frederick Edell, Cheryl Hodge and Allison Lamb.
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Jun 19
Amy Ferguson Institute Presents "Full Swing Quartet"
The Amy Ferguson Institute, sponsor of Nelson Summer Songfest, presents an evening of dessert and music at the home of June and Len Lythgoe. Tickets $20.00 Phone 250 352 9112 or pick up at Fairbank Architects, 404 Vernon, Nelson.
Nelson, BC  

Nov 30
to
May 8
Garage Sale Flea Market
An unbelievable assortment of items. Will take donations of good used items (no clothes) for sale. Bedding plants to Bed covers... come early for the best selection.
Also there will be hotdogs for sale so plan on having lunch too.
Anglican Church Hall on Ward and Carbonate  

Nov 30
to
Apr 27
City of Nelson Arts and Culture Community Forum
The Arts as a critical component of Nelson's economic and cultural plan...how do we make this happen? If you have a vision for the arts in Nelson, come and share it.
Your ideas will assist the Arts and Culture Task Force in developing recommendations for Nelson City Council regarding cultural planning for our community.
Hume Room, Heritage Inn  

Nov 30
to
May 3
Spaghetti Dinner
Sunday May 2 at Crescent Valley Hall 3 pm-7pm Come eat a yummy spaghetti dinner. Tickets are on sale at Brent Kennedy School or are also available from all Challenge Chasers Destination Imangination Team Members who are raising funds to go to Global Competition in Knoxville Tennessee or by calling Team Manager Gail Maki-Richards 399 4718
Crescent Valley Hall  

Nov 30
to
Apr 25
Car Wash and Concession
Saturday April 24, 2004 Car Wash by Donation and Concession at South Slocan Credit Union 10 -2 pm to raise funds for team travel of Brent Kennedy Challenge Chasers Global Competition in Knoxville Tennessee (Spaghetti Dinner tickets also available here)
KSCU Playmour Junction  

Nov 30
to
May 8
Gigantic Garage Sale
The second annual Anglican Church garage sale... too big to call a bizarre. Items you won't want to miss and while you're there stay for lunch and enjoy a hotdog while supporting our youth fundraiser.
Anglican Church Hall on Carbonate and Ward  

Nov 30
to
Aug 21
Brian Crain Composer / Pianist with the BC String Quartet
Join Composer & Pianist Brian Crain and the BC String Quartet & percussion, for an evening of original music from the heart. Brian is a gifted and prolific composer, with 8 current US recordings. Brian and the quartet are currently performing a series of concerts in the west, after a very successful tour of S. Korea. Please visit Brian's web site www.briancrain.com and sample some of Brian's music. Tickets are available at Brian's web site, or at the Capitol Theatre Box office starting mid-June. $20 Canadian / $15 US. Namaste
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
May 14
Talk

“Praise to the 21 aspects of the primordial feminine Tara by Buddhist teacher Jhampa Shaneman. May14 (Friday) at 7 pm $10/sliding scale at the Library Downstairs, Victoria St. Info 226-7140


Library Downstairs, Victoria St.  

Nov 30
to
May 13
SOS Town Hall Meeting
Theme:- Status of Health Care
Speakers; Community Groups, Health Care Professionals, etc.
Public Health Care:- Speaker, Carole James, BCNDP Leader
Nelson Hume School Gym  

Nov 30
to
May 15
Coffee House and Silent Auction
Entertainment starts at 7:00 till l0:00 Great Silent Auction, Decadent Desserts to purchase Admission by Donation $ 2.00 Minimum,, Family Friendly Support Destination Imagination going to Tennessee for Globals.
Brent Kennedy School  

Nov 30
to
Aug 7
Godspell
Presented by the Capitol Theatre's summer company, "Godspell" is the 1971 hit Broadway musical that features great songs such as "Day By Day", "Turn Back O Man" and "All Good Gifts". The parables and last days of Jesus are colorfully portrayed in vaudeville, clown and acrobatic style by city youth.
Directed by Geoff Burns, Musical direction by Allison Girvan and Choreography by Lynette Lightfoot.
Showtime is 7:30 pm. Tickets are $12.00 adults, $8.00 students and $40 for family of four. Call the Capitol Theatre at (250) 352-6363 for reserved seats. Box office hours are Tuesday to Friday noon to 4:30 pm.
Capitol Theatre, 421 Victoria Street  

Nov 30
to
May 27
NELSON WOMEN'S AGLOW
We are holding our May Aglow Meeting On the 27th in Creston jointly with the Creston Aglow group. It will be at 7:00 pm. Cynthia Steele, a popular conference and retreat speaker from the States, will be sharing her Christian testimony and praying for women. If you are interested in getting a ride or car pooling contact Mary Dyck at 352-7049 or Donna Lofstrom at 352-5124. This will be a delightful evening for all women and teens.
Creston Valley Senior's Hall  

Nov 30
to
Jun 12
Cole Porter's "You Never Know"
Celebrate spring with Cole Porter's "You Never Know". This sparkling jazz musical, presented by NCO Productions, features Stephen Fowler, Dani McArthur, Scarlet Rose, Robert Wilson, Rosie Coffy and Jim Draper. Enjoy an evening of fine Cole Porter musical standards, wonderful dancing and effervescent comedy. Created by Frederick Edell, Cheryl Hodge and Allison Lamb.
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Sep 3
Artists Alive: A Muscial Theatre Review A Sneak Preview
A sneak preview of the Artists Alive muscial theatre. $5
David Thompson Cultural Center 621 Baker St  

Nov 30
to
Jul 10
Market Place
A Market Place will be set up near the Slocan Loggers Sports. To rent a space call Jan @ 355-2516. Cost per 8 foot table - $ 10.00. Places must be reserved.
Slocan city  

Nov 30
to
Jun 12
Ward’s Ferry Trail Opening Hike
The trail is finally finished except for some minor items so we are celebrating with an organized hike.
All who are interested in trails and hiking are invited.

One half will hike from Glade to Rover Creek the other half Rover Creek to Glade.
We will meet at the Ward’s Ferry meadows for lunch and exchange car keys.
At the end of the hike we will drive to the Dam Inn for key exchange and ...
Please email nats"at"kics.bc.ca if you are coming so we can plan accordingly.

Meet at the carpool parking area on Hwy 3A just past Government Road.  

Nov 30
to
May 14
Praise for the 21 Taras
"Praise to the 21 aspects of the primordial divine feminine Tara."
by visiting Buddhist teacher Jhampa Shaneman.
May 14 at 7pm $10 at Copper Mt. Books. Info 226-7140

Copper Mt. Books, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Mar 12
MUSE: Contemporary Dance Theatre Performance, featuring Thomas Loh, Hiromoto Ida and Tamasine Drisdale.
Provocative, Ethereal, Stunning. Muse frames the last moments of earthly existence before surrendering to mortality. Beautiful rendered in movement poetry. Tickets $10 adv, $12 door, plus $1.25 box-office, available at the Capitol Theatre.
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Mar 24
HER CHINA TODAY Canadian Film Premiere
Selkirk College Library is hosting the Canadian Film Premiere of "Her China Today", a film about the daily lives of 5 women in China, made by a filmmaker who happens to be living in Castlegar at present.

The filmmaker, Runjoo Giri, is here with her husband, an engineer with the Brilliant Dam project.

The world premiere of Runjoo's film is in New York City at the ReelSisters film festival... WE get the Canadian premiere!, March 24th, 7-9 pm, Sentinel-113, Castlegar campus.
Selkirk College - Castlegar  

Nov 30
to
Mar 25
Fair Trade Fashion Show
Selkirk College World Views at Noon will present a Fair Trade Fashion Show on Thursday, March 25 in the "pit" area of the Castlegar campus. Our host will provide an engaging and informative banter as students model fair trade and
union made clothing, as well as thrift shop treasures and items of their own
creation. Spectators will learn about unique alternatives to expensive
corporate-made fashions, often
manufactured under appalling conditions by unfairly paid workers. Come chill to the tunes, have fun AND learn something!
Selkirk College - Castlegar  

Nov 30
to
Apr 8
Bluegrass Show
The West Kootenay Bluegrass Society is proud to present,
From Victoria, “The Clover Point Drifters”.
Thursday, April 8, Doors Open 7 PM / Show Time 8 PM
At David Thompson Cultural Society, in Charlotte Small’s Performance Lounge.
WKBS & DTCS members $13 / Non-members $15
Tickets available @ Charlottes, Packrat Annie's, Zoom Disc & KCR or call 505-5233
This is a fundraising event for Kootenay Co-op Radio


Charlotte's, in Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Apr 8
Bluegrass Concert
The West Kootenay Bluegrass Society is proud to present,
From Victoria, “The Clover Point Drifters”.
Thursday, April 8, Doors Open 7 PM / Show Time 8 PM
At David Thompson Cultural Society, in Charlotte Small’s Performance Lounge.
WKBS & DTCS members $13 / Non-members $15
Tickets available @ Charlottes, Packrat Annie's, Zoom Disc & KCR or call 505-5233
This is a fundraising event for Kootenay Co-op Radio

Charlotte's, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Mar 1
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Nov 30
to
Apr 1
Aglow Community Lighthouse Evening Coffee Meeting
Come out and hear Marilyn Sargent from Nelson share how knowing God has impacted her life for the better. We are a group of Chrisian women who meet monthly to encourage one another and share our love. All women and teens are welcome!
Nelson Senior's Centre, Vernon Street  

Nov 30
to
Apr 17
"Leftover and Under"
No description provided
402 Anderson Street  

Nov 30
to
Apr 17
"Leftover and Under" by Ian Johnston
Ceramic Sculpture Exhibition by local Artist
Mildred Erb Gallery, 402 Anderson Street  

Nov 30
to
Apr 8
Bluegrass Concert
An evening of Bluegrass Music, with Victoria's Clover Point Drifters.
Tickets on sale now @ Pack Rat Annie's, Zoom Disc, Charlotte's & KCR. Call 505-5233
Charlotte Small Performance Lounge  

Nov 30
to
Apr 7
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Nov 30
to
Mar 27
Medieval Family "Tavern" night
Join your local medieval club, the Shire of Frozen Mountain for a fun night of singing, dancing and merriment for the whole family.
$4 per adult, $1 per child 12 and under.

Wear your medieval finery, bring your tankard, or just wear your jeans if you're shy.

"Medieval munchies" and drinks will be sold at the "Bar" (but no alcohol)

Contact Magdalen at sca@kics.bc.ca for more information
North Shore Hall - Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Feb 27
Benefit Recital for Nelson Summer Songfest
Talented young musicians will perform in a benefit recital for the Nelson Summer Songfest on Friday, Feb. 27th at 7 pm. Students of local piano teachers Muriel Tyler, Ann MacDonald, Karen MacDonald and Ellie Malpass as well as violin teacher Wendy Herbison will be featured. Admission is by donation.
Nelson United Church, 602 Silica  

Nov 30
to
Mar 8
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Nov 30
to
Mar 12
MUSE: Contemporary Dance Theatre Performance, featuring Thomas Loh, Hiromoto Ida and Tamasine Drisdale.
PROVOCATIVE, ETHEREAL, STUNNING. MUSE frames the last moments of earthly existence as one reflects on the journey of life before surrendering to mortality. Rendered in strikingly clear expressions of human experiences, MUSE powers the viewers to the most familiar yet unexpected places, by tracing our individual lives over the social, political and spiritual landscapes of our time. Muse hits the viewer in the gut before engaging the mind in contemplation.
Tickets are on sale at the Capitol Theatre, $10 adv. $12 door (+ $1.25 box office fee) For more information call 352-0802.
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Dec 1
A Christmas Carol
This year's readers will be CBC Radio's Andrea Hunter and Anna Bonokowski, the Richardson's Round Up "A Team" Jeff Davies, Nelson's CBC Radio news reporter and Jeff Burns and Richard Rowberry, stalwarts of the Nelson theatre scene. Proceeds from this year's reading will go to the Osprey Community Foundation. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door.
United Church, 602 Silica Street in Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Feb 21
Celebrating Our Legacy - Caring People
Honouring our dedicated health care providers... with The Laura Landsberg Jazz Quartet, Hors d'Oeuvres, No Host Cash Beer and Wine bar manned by the Lion's and a Wellness Silent Auction. Proceeds to the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation Legacy fund. Tickets at KLH or Comfort and Joy on Baker Street. Sponsored by: The Central Kootenay Health Task Force, Community First Health Co-op, KLH Foundation, The City of Nelson and BKRadio.
Mary Hall 10th St Campus  

Nov 30
to
Mar 3
Ballet Jorgen presents COPPELIA
Capitol Nights presentation. Tickets $30 or discounted if purchased with series. To reserve call 352-6363.
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Mar 6
Nelson Overture Concerts Society presents Symphonie of the Kootenays
Symphonie Strings Orchestra with pianist Allen Reiser and trumpeter Tim Bullen Shostakovich's Piano Concerto 1 in C minor, Op 35. 8:00p.m. at the Capital Theatre. For tickets, contact the Capitol Theatre at (250) 352-6363.
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Apr 17
Nelson Overture Concerts Society presents the Constanzi-Harding-McGhee Trio
Rita Constanzi, harp ~ David Harding, viola ~ Lorna McGhee, flute. "...they bring a unique and expressive synergy to chamber music." 8:00 p.m at the Capitol Theatre. For tickets contact the Capitol Theatre at (250) 352-6363.
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Apr 26
DERVISH from Ireland at the Capitol Theatre
Traditional Irish music featuring fiddle, bodhran, mandola, bouzouki, accordion, flute, low whistle and the incredible voice of Cathy Jordan. A Capitol Nights Series presentation at 8 pm. Tickets $22.50 or 20% discount if purchased in series. Phone 352-6363 for reserved tickets
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
May 1
Ballet BC presents CARMINA BURANA at the Capitol Theatre
Choreographed by John Alleyne, score by Carl Orff, the Latin libretto is taken from the writings of unorthodox medieval poets who were better known for their rioting, gambling and drinking than for their scholarship. The final Capitol Nights Series presentation at 8 pm. Tickets $30. Phone 352-6363 for reserved tickets
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
May 29
Kootenay Springtime Wine Festival
The Capitol Theatre in Nelson, BC, is holding its third annual wine tasting fundraiser. This event will feature some of the best from over 25 BC wineries. Held in the historic theatre itself, guests will be able to experience a “Kootenay” event with gorgeous atmosphere, fabulous music, food from some of Nelson’s best restaurants, and, of course, award-winning wines! Whether you’re a connoisseur, a virtual novice or somewhere in between, this event promises to be one to remember. Support the Capitol Theatre by joining us on Saturday, May 29th from 7 to 10pm for the 2004 Kootenay Springtime Wine Festival. Tickets are $40 (CDN) per person and include all tastings, nibblies, great entertainment, taxi home within city limits and a commemorative wine glass. For tickets and information, call the Capitol Theatre at (250) 352-6363. Capitol Theatre 421 Victoria St. Nelson, BC V1L 5R2 www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca capitoltheatre@netidea.com
Capitol Theatre, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jan 15
Feldenkrais Workshop
An introduction & workshop by Jeff Haller one of Moshe's original students
Open Gate Learning Center  

Nov 30
to
Jan 18
10th Annual Slocan Valley Snowpitch Tournament
Want to play a little ball in the snow? Why not join us as we doo just that. This fun event has teams of up to 15 players taking on other teams in intense one-inning, one-pitch games! There's unlimited outs and teams pitch to themselves. Sound like fun? It is.
At high noon, there's the ever popular team snowshoe race where five members of each team are strapped to a 10 ft long pair of "snowshoes" and told to run... As well, why not carve a 4X4X6 ft high block of snow into a work of art? Anythings possible at this fun day
Proceeds of the day go the 2004 Grad Class of Mt. Sentinel School. Call Slocan Valley Rec' at 226-0008 to sign your snowpitch team up today, or for more information!
Expo Field, Village of Slocan  

Nov 30
to
Jan 31
The 4th Annual Winter in the Forest Festival
Bring the whole family to the Winter in the Forest Festival in Kaslo for a fun-filled day of outdoor sports, games, sleigh rides, guided Nature Walks, crafts and more! Bring your x-country skis, snowshoes and your own mug for free hot chocolate. Then join us for a cozy evening of story-telling and music performances at the Langham Cultural Center. call 250-353-9677
Kaslo Airstrip  

Nov 30
to
Feb 21
"Silent Auction" Fundraiser for Mary-Jo Fetterly
"SILENT AUCTION" Fundraiser for MARY-JO FETTERLY who was severely inujured in a skiing accident at Whitewater on January 25.
Scandinavian Church in Nelson at 7 PM
We need the assistance of many volunteers.
Please email link above or phone Raven Gregoire (250) 229-4171 or Eric Eastman 352-2468

nelsonbc@shaw.ca  

Nov 30
to
Feb 3
Community Health and Wellness Forum
Community First Health Co-op invites you to the first in a series of public health forums on Feb. 3, 2004 at the New Grand Hotel Ballroom. Dr. Paul Hasselback, Senior Medical Health Officer with Interior Health, will be speaking about "The Picture of Our Communities' Health - Building Our Greatest Resource For The Future". The forum will be held from 7-9 p.m. (doors open at 6:30). Come and hear this dynamic speaker and also share your ideas of how we can achieve better health for all our residents. Refreshments will be served.
Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Feb 12
Nelson Business Association Breakfast Meeting
The NBA what's happening? Objectives, partnerships, communication to the business community.
The Heritage Inn  

Nov 30
to
Feb 3
Ballet Jorgen presents COPPELIA at the Capitol Theatre
Capitol Nights presentation. Tickets are $30 or discounted if purchased with series. To reserve, call 352-6363.
Capital Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Feb 6
Nelson Overture Concerts Society presents Symponie of the Kootenays
Symphone Strings Orchestra with pianist Allen Reiser and trumpeter Tim Bullen Shostakovich's Piano Concerto 1 in C minor, Op 35. For tickets, contact the Capitol Theatre at 352-6363.
Capital Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Feb 17
Nelson Overture Concerts Society presents the Constanzi-Harding-McGhee Trio
Rita Constanzi, harp ~ David Harding, viola ~ Lorna McGhee, flute. "...they bring a unique and expressive synergy to chamber music." For tickets contact the Capitol Theatre at 352-6363.
Capitol Theater  

Nov 30
to
Mar 26
DERVISH from Ireland at the Capitol Threatre
Traditional Irish music featuring fiddle, bodhran, mandola, bouzouki, accordion, flute, low whislte and the incredible voice of Cathy Jordan. A Capitol Night Series presentation. Tickets are $22.50 or 20% discount if purchased in series. Phone 352-6363 for reserved tickets.
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
May 1
Ballet BC presents CARMINA BURANA at the Capitol Theatre
Choreographed by John Allyne, score by Carl Orff, the Latin libretto is taken from the writings of unorthodox medieval poets who were better known for their rioting, gambling, and drinking than for their scholarship. The final Capitol Nights Series presentation. Tickets $30. Phe 352-6363 for reserved tickets.
Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
May 4
Nelson & District Credit Union Annual Meeting
Our 53rd Annual Meeting will be held at the Prestige Lakeside Resort, 701 Lakeside Drive in Nelson. The meeting not only looks at what transpired during 2003 but also provides some insights into what the future may hold. An assortment of door prizes as well as refreshments will be handed out at the meeting. You are encouraged to attend. Find out why we are like a bank - only different.
Prestige Lakeside Resort  

Nov 30
to
Apr 4
BC & Yukon Skipping Association Provincial Championships
This event is hosted by our local Rhythm Ropers Skipping Team. It is an opportunity to see the top 120 skippers in BC and the Yukon compete for Provincial Titles. Events will include: Single and Team Speed and Power events; Single and Team Freestyle Routines; and Large Group Routines. Many of our local athletes will be defending Provincial Tiles at the Competition. It is an event suited for the whole Family. Drop by; Cheer us on; and see us do best!
L.V. Rogers School Gym  

Nov 30
to
May 1
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Nov 30
to
Dec 6
Membership Drive
Time to purchase season passes, pick-up your I.D.'s, have your photos taken, register for BC Rabbits, Christmas Holiday passes, "new" toques, t-shirts and calendars. These make great Christmas gifts
Gerick Cylce & Sports  

Nov 30
to
Nov 23
HUGE HOUSE PARTY
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slocan park  

Nov 30
to
Nov 22
HOUSE PARTY
Calvin white is having a house party, he wants it to be huge. tell everybody from castlegar and trail and nelson
Slocan Park  

Nov 30
to
Dec 25
Christmas
Merry F'in Christmas, fockers!!
Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Dec 1
Month of Christmas
Merry f'in X-Mas, hippies!
Queer-Town Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Oct 23
Annual General Meeting
The Kootenay Lake District Parents' Council will be having their AGM at D.E.S.K. (570 Johnstone Rd) on Thursday, October 23 at 6:00 pm. Regular meeting to follow.
570 Johnstone Rd. D.E.S.K.  

Nov 30
to
Oct 12
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 3 Brilliant Minds - THE SHIFT is coming to WINLAW BC.
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WINLAW HALL - Winlaw BC., Canada  

Nov 30
to
Dec 25
Christmas
Merry Christmas!
Canada  

Nov 30
to
Oct 23
gay bash
HI everyone im jared and i invite you to my gay bash im having to celebrate everything that i have succedded in my life please phone 359-7200
valley  

Nov 30
to
Oct 30
homo bash eh guys!!!
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pies house  

Nov 30
to
Nov 8
Christmas Crafts and Local Entertainment
Join your community at an all ages Christmas event at the Castlegar Youth Centre. Admission is $1 and includes a ticket into our raffle. Volunteers, Vendors, Performers: call 505-5526
Castlegar  

Nov 30
to
May 18
AROMATHERAPY PARTY
12:00
Potluck - All Mature Women Welcome - Held in Procter - Take first right past Procter Store and drive 2 blocks to end of road (White house on the left) - Please bring a lawn chair - Phone Joa at 250 229-4171
Procter  

Nov 30
to
May 5
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
Wonderful community art exhibit; 13 Kootenay artists in oil, watercolour, wood, ceramics. Gallery open every Sunday and Monday until June 30. Karin's Pastries May 12 & 26.
Slocan Valley - Passmore  

Nov 30
to
May 12
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
Wonderful community art exhibit; 13 Kootenay artists in oil, watercolour, wood, ceramics. Gallery open every Sunday and Monday until June 30. Karin's Pastries May 12.
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
May 19
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
Wonderful community art exhibit; 13 Kootenay artists in oil, watercolour, wood, ceramics. Gallery open every Sunday and Monday until June 30. Karin's Pastries.
Slocan Valley - Passmore  

Nov 30
to
May 26
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
Wonderful community art exhibit; 13 Kootenay artists in oil, watercolour, wood, ceramics. Gallery open every Sunday and Monday until June 30.
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
May 5
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
Wonderful community art exhibit; 13 Kootenay artists in oil, watercolour, wood, ceramics. Gallery open every Sunday and Monday until June 30.
Slocan Valley - Passmore  

Nov 30
to
May 5
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
Local community art show. Open every Sunday and Monday from 2 - 4. Closes June 30th.
Slocan Valley - Passmore  

Nov 30
to
Jun 12
Canadian Whitewater Bluegrass Band
This concert will move to the Scandinavian Church
Scandinavian Church Hall 802 Baker  

Nov 30
to
Jun 7
NELSON BRANCH OF THE BC SPCA GARAGE AND BAKE SALE
HELP US RAISE FUNDS FOR THE NELSON BRANCH OF THE BC SPCA. BRING YOUR DONATED ITEMS BY FRI JUNE 6 TO 515 BEHNSEN STREET. GARAGE AND BAKE SALE STARTS ON SAT JUNE 7 FROM 8-2. BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND SUPPORT THE SPCA CALDAGMAR AT 815-4696 FOR MORE INFORMATION
515 Behnsen Street  

Nov 30
to
Jun 16
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
13 terrific artists, ends June 30.
Sundays 2-4; Mondays 1:30-3:30
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 9
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
13 Community Artists,Open to the public on Sundays from 2pm to 4pm; also Mondays from 1:30pm to 3:30pm -- book exchange, frozen meals for seniors, Karin's Pastries
PASSMORE LODGE , 01:30
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 8
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
13 Community Artists,Open to the public on Sundays from 2pm to 4pm; also Mondays from 1:30pm to 3:30pm featuring book exchange, frozen meals for seniors,
PASSMORE LODGE
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 9
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
13 Community Artists
Open to the public on Sundays from 2pm to 4pm; also
Mondays from 1:30pm to 3:30pm featuring book exchange, frozen meals for seniors, Karin's Pastries June 9 & 23
PASSMORE LODGE
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 9
Exhibition at Passmore Lodge
Exhibition of 13 local artists at Passmore Seniors' Lodge
Sundays 2-4 and Mondays 1:30 - 3:30

Slocan Valley - Passmore  

Nov 30
to
Jun 16
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
Exhibition of 13 local artists at Passmore Seniors' Lodge
Sundays 2-4 and Mondays 1:30 - 3:30

Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 23
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
Exhibition of 13 local artists at Passmore Seniors' Lodge
Sundays 2-4 and Mondays 1:30 - 3:30
Karin's pastries too
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 16
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
A beautiful Spring art show by 13 local artists in a variety of media.
1:30 - 3:30 Mondays
Karin's pastries this Monday.
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
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Jun 15
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
A beautiful Spring art show by 13 local artists in a variety of media.
1:30 - 3:30 Mondays
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 16
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
13 Local artists. Beautiful show.
Also open Mondays 1:30 - 3:30
Karin's pastries
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jun 16
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
13 local artist in a delightful showing
open on Mondays 1:30 - 3:30
This Monday, Karin's Pastries
Show closes June 30.
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Jul 11
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
The Art Of Cartooning with Evelyn Kirkaldy
Age: 8+
Fee: $100 ArtFarm Family Fund busaries available to help offset costs
Downtown Winlaw, BC  

Nov 30
to
Jun 16
Summer ArtCamps 2003
ArtFarm ArtCamps are coming July 7 to August 22!
www.ArtFarmSociety.com to take a peek!
(250) 226-6849 for more information and registration details!
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Jun 26
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
ArtFarm ArtCamps 2003 are coming July 7 to August 22! www.ArtFarmSociety.com to take a digital peek! (250) 226-6849 for more information and registration setails!
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Jun 26
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
coming July 7
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Jun 26
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
ArtFarm ArtCamps 2003 are coming July 7 to August 22! www.ArtFarmSociety.com to take a digital peek! (250) 226-6849 for more information and registration details!
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Jun 26
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
ArtFarm ArtCamps 2003 are coming July 7 to August 22! www.ArtFarmSociety.com to take a digital peek! (250) 226-6849 for more information and registration details!
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Aug 31
FREE PIANO/KEYBOARD LESSONS at KOOTENAY KEYBOARD ACADEMY!!! (Nelson)
KKA is offering free trial lessons this summer! Programs for ages 3-adult. Pop, blues/jazz, classical and beginner programs. Fun, action-packed, motivating (non traditional)approach! Call for info 505 3345 (kka45@hotmail.com)
314-A Hall St and 669 Baker St  

Nov 30
to
Aug 16
Art Exhibit at Passmore Lodge
Summer Art Exhibition at Passmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road. Meet-the-Artists at the Gala Public Reception on August 16, 2003 from 2 to 7pm. Music by Doug Normal. This is a free community celebration of our local artists open to the public.
Pasmore Lodge, 3650 Old Passmore Road, Passmore Lodge  

Nov 30
to
Aug 22
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
check outm out ad in Valley Voice or our web site www.artfarmsociety.com
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Aug 22
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
call 250-226-6849 for details
www.artfarmsociety.com
artfarm@netidea.com
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Aug 1
ArtFarm Summer ArtCamps 2003
Tribe of the Painted Stick People Workshop and Graffitti Legal Workshop
call 226-6849 to register or email us at artfarm@netidea.com or visit our web site at www.artfarmsociety.com
ArtFarm in Downtown Winlaw  

Nov 30
to
Aug 29
Tom Holliston and Mike Maggot: Live
Tom Holliston - guitar playing legend for nomeansno, the Hanson Brothers and the Show Business Giants. Joining Tom for an evening of melodic mayhem is Mike Maggot, guitarist for BC/DC and Circle the Wagons. $5
Civic Hotel, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Aug 22
Voice and dance and music workshop with Bo Conlan and Leo
All the energy you can take with Bo and Leo singing, dancing and drumming --
You are performers for Starry, Starry Night at 7:00 on Friday, August 22. in the Ampitheatre! 226-6849 or www.artfarmsociety.com or artfarm@netidea.com for details
ARTFARM - HOODIKOFF ROAD  

Nov 30
to
Aug 22
Voice and dance and music workshop with Bo Conlan and Leo
All the energy you can take with Bo and Leo singing, dancing and drumming --
You are performers for Starry, Starry Night at 7:00 on Friday, August 22. in the Ampitheatre! 226-6849 or www.artfarmsociety.com or artfarm@netidea.com for details
ARTFARM - HOODIKOFF ROAD  

Nov 30
to
Sep 28
A DAY OF SOMA YOGA & BREEMA w/ Shay and Ray
A day devoted to the integration of body, mind and spirit. Getting an actual taste of being fully present and
alive in the body moment by moment. Register/Information call 250 352-7908.
NELSON OPEN GATE CENTER, 711 - 10th Ave., NELSON  

Nov 30
to
Apr 30
Spring Puppet Play
All children invited
maplerose, 265 Baker Street  

Nov 30
to
Apr 24
Empowering the Caring Majority
A Theatre Workshop with a focus on bullying and conflict resolution. Designed to bring together teenagers, theatre people, expressive therapists and counselors to learn how to use drama to address issues of bullying. Phone 352-2264 to register.
Nelson (venue depends on # of participants  

Nov 30
to
Nov 26
Recovery Inc.
Recovery Inc. meets every Tuesday at the Clubhouse.
Call Christina for details at 359-8112
The Clubhouse (818 Vernon St.)  

Nov 30
to
Feb 1
FEB 1rst....LIVE ACCOUSTIC MAGICAL MUSIC - all original
STEPHANIE DUFRESNE & LANA

Passionate, mystical, original music.

Sat FEB 1rst

Special SPECIAL guest is RICARDO HUBBS. His brilliant eye for beauty and humanity reveals the depth of our Soul.

come dressed up funky, mystical & raw.
WINLAW HALL - Winalw, Slocan Valley  

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somewhere  

Nov 30
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Apr 27
MS Supercities WALK/Run 2003
MS Supercities WALK/Run 2003
Lakeside Park  

Nov 30
to
Nov 6
Evening Coffee Meeting for all Women and Teens
Aglow Community Lighthouse invites you to come and hear Wendy Evans share about what God has been doing in her life. She was adventuring with God abroad for some months.
Nelson Seniors Hall on Vernon Street  

Nov 30
to
Feb 26
GET MY LUCKY POT O' GOLD!!
It can be yours!
The End Of The Rainbow  

Nov 30
to
Mar 26
Board meeting re: Central School Closure
Come out and support Central school! Your voice must be heard! If you think that the closing of Central School doesn't affect you THINK AGAIN! WE NEED YOU! YOU NEED US! Come to Central school Mar. 10 th & Mar. 26 th @ 7:00 pm. LETS FILL THE GYMNASIAM!
Central School Gymnasiam  

Nov 30
to
Mar 26
Board meeting re: Central School Closure
Come out and support Central school! Your voice must be heard! If you think that the closing of Central School doesn't affect you THINK AGAIN! WE NEED YOU! YOU NEED US! Come to Central school Mar. 10 th & Mar. 26 th @ 7:00 pm. LETS FILL THE GYMNASIAM!
Central School Gymnasiam  

Nov 30
to
Jan 15
Public Lecture
Green Science- Waldorf Middle School science curriculum, environmental education, and the adolescent
The United Church  

Nov 30
to
Jan 29
Windows On Waldorf
Learn more about Waldorf Education. You are invited to observe Waldorf classes in session, preschool aged through 8th grade. Please register at the Nelson Waldorf School, (250) 352-6919, info@nelsonwaldorf.org for a tour with a classroom teacher as your guide.
Nelson Waldorf School  

Nov 30
to
Feb 15
Stephen Fearing In Concert with David Gunning
Juno Award Winner Stephen Fearing performs with East Coast Music Award winner David Gunning at the Rossland Miners Hall on Sunday Feb 15th. Concert begins at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 in advance, $23 at the door. Tickets available in advance at The Cellar in Rossland or Charles Bailey Box Office 1-866-368-9669
Rossland Miners Union Hall  

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Nov 30
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Feb 4
Free Family Art and History Day
Nelson's public museum and art gallery, Touchstones Nelson, will host an open house for families with free admission to the facility and lots of activities for children. Current and historical Nelson culture will be explored through craft-making, story-telling and the "history hound" quiz! Examples of activities include making a model of a sturgeon-nose canoe used by local Sinixt First Nations; photo-art project using materials found in nature; and map-making of local neighbourhoods. Bring the family for an afternoon drop in as part of Spirit of BC week, Noon 4pm Sunday February 8th

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Touchstones Museum & Art Gallery  

Nov 30
to
Apr 4
2009 Annual Banquet & Fundraiser
Unique Menu, music, draws, door prize, appetizers, awards, silent & live auction
Happy hour and fundraiser @ 5pm
Buffet Dinner @ 6:30 pm
Tickets at Nelson Farmer's Supply & Four Paws Pet Supply
Adult $25
Youth(12 and under) $15
For Further information call 825-4219 or 352-5609
The Rod & Gun Club Hall  

Nov 30
to
Feb 21
Nelson Relay For Life registration booth
The Nelson Relay For Life is taking place on Saturday, May 30th, 2009 at Rotary Lakeside Park! Go green and register online with us at our Registration booth at the Chahko Mika Mall! Then we can get you ready to go with your FUNdraising efforts to help make cancer history! Call to make your registration appointment - Keely Scott -250-521-0370 or nelsonrelay@bc.cancer.ca
Chahko Mika Mall, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Feb 26
The Co-operative Movement-Through a local lens-cooperative principles thriving in the kootenays
2009 Lunch Hour Lecture Series,
Speaker: Zoe Creighton sponsored by The Canadian Federation of University Women & the Nelson Municipal Library.
Free admission , bring a bag lunch.
Nelson Library, Lower Level, Victoria Street Entrance  

Nov 30
to
Dec 5
Nelson Nordic Ski Club Membership Drive
Come Join us a Gerick Cycle and Ski on Baker Street to...
Purchase your membership
Pick up Id's previously ordered
Purchase pre-paid X-mas passes
Friday 9:30am to 7:30pm
Saturday 9:30am to 5:30pm
Gerick Cycle & Ski  

Nov 30
to
Mar 7
"Awakening to Community" Benefit Concert
 
“Awakening to Community”
A Nelson Waldorf School benefit concert by acclaimed pianist Dharel Verville&#8232;
On Sunday, March 7, Dharel Verville will perform at the Nelson United Church at 2:30 pm with proceeds going to the Nelson Waldorf School’s expanding Early Childhood Education (ECE) program.
 
Dharel will demonstrate, through the evening’s musical selections from the works of Gurdjieff and Beethoven, principles that are historically common and foundational to vibrant and evolving communities.

Tickets are $15/$10/$5 at Otter’s Books, Eddie’s Music and the Nelson Waldorf School. For more info, call 250-352-6919 or email info@nelsonwaldorf.org.

Nelson United Church  

Nov 30
to
May 1
Spring Fling 2010 in Downtown Castlegar
5th annual Spring Fling in Downtown Castlegar. We welcome all Street vendors, Artisans, Crafters and Educational Displays you can register with Katrin @ 250-365-5628 or enter the Car Show and Shine call Peter @ 250-365-5655. How about entering your team for the 3 on 3 Street Hockey call Norm @ 250-365-7117. We will have Live Music, Kids games & Events, Door Prizes, tickets are only $2.00ea or 3 for $5.00. A great day for the whole family.
Kinsmen Park Castlegar BC  

Nov 30
to
May 29
Nelson Grans to Grans Luncheon and Jewelry Sales
Beautiful Kazuri Jewelry, hand made in Africa, will be sold during this luncheon. Proceeds support over 350 African women. Tickets $20 at Cottons.
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Apr 4
West Kootenay Baby and Family Expo
West Kootenay Baby and Family Expo
A tradeshow for Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Babies, Tots, Kids
and Teens!
More than 30 vendors will showcase their talents and services for families
in the West Kootenays.
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Nov 30
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Jun 26
Reel Paddling Film Festival
Hosted by Hellman Canoes
The best paddling films of the year from around the world.
Tickets sold at the Capital Theatre starting at 7pm
Capital Theatre  

Nov 30
to
May 30
May Fest for Young Children
Spring is in the air, let’s celebrate! The Nelson Waldorf School Kinderhouse is presenting its annual May Fest. This is a beautiful celebration honouring families with young children (siblings welcome!). From 10:00 – 12:30 you and your children may enjoy strawberry shortcake, tea, and other delicious snacks, natural craft making, and the ‘Sun Egg’ a delightful puppet show performed by the Kinderhouse teachers. As well, children may make beautiful flower garlands to wear for the May Pole dance which takes place in the upper field from 12:30 – 1:00.

Be sure to take part in one of the ongoing guided school tours to learn more about our local Waldorf school! The tours will be led by Waldorf teachers and will be ongoing throughout the event.

For more information call the school at 250.352 6919 or visit www.nelsonwaldorf.org

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Nov 30
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May 30
Central School Centennial Celebration
Central School will be celebrating its centennial year with a public open house May 30th.
The old school bell will ring at Noon sharp to draw people to the front steps for the opening ceremony. After the ceremony, the school will be open for public inspection from 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm.
An old fashioned school room will be set up and classes will be held at 1 pm and 2 pm for those who would like to experience school in the old days. Upstairs a virtual classroom will be set up for those who would like to experience attending school via the computer. Musical interludes will be offered and historical artefacts including the contents of the time capsule that was hidden under the cornerstone in 1908 will be on display.
Birthday cake will be served and don’t forget to bring along a few dollars to purchase an old fashioned lunch, and to put your name and a message into the new time capsule.
For more information call Central School at 250-354-4311.

Central School, 811 Stanley Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jun 13
Fly Tying Workshop with Expert Fisher and Author
Join expert fly fisher and author Brian Smith for this free workshop in tying the perfect fly at the launch of his new book Fly Fishing BC's Interior: A Fly Fisher's Guide to the Central Interior and North Cariboo Waters. This is the first book of its kind to detail the fly fishing locations in BC's Interior, and it comes filled with over 80 colour images of Brian's award-winning fly patterns. Get your copy of Fly Fishing BC's Interior signed by the author, and master your fly tying skills.
Books & Co., 1685 3rd Ave., Prince George  

Nov 30
to
Jun 14
Heritage Home Tour
Think bigger, think better, think…not so many hills to walk up! We have focused on gorgeous homes close to the downtown core, anchored by three spectacular homes in row on lower Cedar Street. In all, we anticipate eight sites will be part of your self-guided tour.

So what’s new? Because it is the Courthouse 100th Anniversary – we’ve added guided tours of this grand dame for your viewing pleasure. As you walk between sites – we have a suggested walking route – you will see text panels installed in front of many noteable heritage homes and buildings. Each panel will tell a unique story on the history of that particular site. And in keeping with last year’s popular post-tour refreshments – we are partnering with the United Church to offer tea and to celebrate their 100th Anniversary.
Tickets are on sale at Touchstones.

Nelson, B.C.  

Nov 30
to
Jun 23
Free Resume Writing Workshop
Need a resume? Unsure where to start? This one day workshop
will guide you through how to best highlight your skills, abilities and
accomplishments to potential employers. Space is limited so register
early to guarantee your space. Please call 250 352 6200 or email info@kcds.ca to register or for further information
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Jul 1
Canada Day at Lakeside Park
Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce Presents, Canada Day 2009
Wednesday July 1st, Nelson’s Rotary Lakeside Park
Schedule of Entertainment

10:30 am Opening Ceremonies : Chamber of Commerce President Cal Renwick (Welcome) Mayor John Dooley Canada Day Address; MLA Michelle Mungall Canada Day Address; Nelson Pilots Association Fly Over, Kootenay Kilties Pipe Band Nelson RCMP, Nelson City Police, Nelson Firefighters, Nelson Noon Hour Rotary Club, Kootenay Lake Sailing Association Sail Past

(Schedule subject to change)

10:40 am O Canada Heritage Harmony Singers
10:45 am Heritage Harmony Barbershop Choir
11:00 am Kootenay Kiltie Pipe Band
11:15 am Kootenay Kontra Band
12:00 pm Community Band
1:00 pm Brenda McJones Highland Dancers
1:30 pm Tangerine
2:30 pm Glacier Harmony Singers
3:00 pm Holly and Jon
4:00 pm The Pulpit Rockers
4:30 pm Bill Woikin and the Country Men Band
5:30 pm Courtney Craig
6:00 pm White Lightning Blues Band
7:00 pm Moving Mosaic Samba Band
8:30 pm Big Bad Blue
10:00pm FIREWORKS Display; Special thanks to The City of Nelson, The Nelson Professional Fire Fighters Association, Heritage Canada, Celebrate Canada, RDCK Areas E, F, H, The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce, and many community-minded businesses and organizations.

Indulge and Enjoy
8am Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, Baker Street
9:30am Hall Street Market, NDCC Parking Lot
10am Canada Day Cake on Display
11am Canada Day Cake served, City councilors & local dignitaries
11am-3pm Rotary Club Annual BBQ, Rotary Shelter

Special Appearances by;
Simone Varey, Puppeteer/puppet show
Bubbles the Clown

Community Display Booths and Activities

Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce: Canada Day Flags, Pins, Canadian Flag Tattoos, and free seedlings

“The Cultural Zone” Touchstones, The Nelson and District Arts Council, Oxygen Arts Centre, The Factory and the Capitol Theatre: Children’s activities, crafts, information table

Maggie Shirley Artist in Residence Oxygen Art Centre: Multi Media Presentation

Kootenay Kids Society: Aboriginal Story Telling Tee Pee

West Kootenay Success by Six: Books for Kids (Free Books 2 per child) and Giant Bubbles

All Hit KBS: Sandcastle Contest

Child Find BC/BCGEU: Child Find Identification Clinic

Friends of the Family: Children’s Fish Pond

Nelson Kiwanis Club: Balloons, Bean Bag Toss, Darts

Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation: Face Painting and Informational Booth

Nelson Pilot’s Association:Plane Rides over Nelson proceeds to charity (Nelson Airport)

Selkirk College: Balloons, promo giveaways, and information table on Selkirk College programs

Nelson and District Recreation Complex: Summer Fun Camp activities

Nelson Kayak and Canoe Club:Drop in paddle lessons and Informational displays

Catamaran Camp:Catamaran information and instructional activities

Youth Employment Resource Centre & Service Canada Centre for Youth: Workshops on health and safety, casual employment, free lemonade, face painting, games

Nelson and District Youth Centre: Jeopardy style game show based on Canadian facts culture and history, with game show hosts and game board, targeting youth. Prizes
Visions Alive Puppets:Puppet show, Puppet play space, Roving Marionettes






Lakeside Park  

Nov 30
to
Jul 17
Hot Friday In Yaletown
HOT FRIDAY IN YALETOWN

• Friday, July 17, 2009
• Noon - 7 pm

The best way to finish up a work week in the summer.

From noon until 7 pm – it’s a Friday after all!

Retail promos presented by Style Spy, live music, DJ Wyatt, and other performances outdoors in the heritage district.

www.yaletowninfo.com




Yaletown  

Nov 30
to
Sep 9
Hall Street Market
The market offers regional organic farm prduce, ready to eat foods, and handmade creative products. The food and goods are grown and crafted in an effort to support local sustainability.
Hall Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jul 1
Canada Day celebration 2009
The day begins at 8:00 am on Baker street with a pancake breakfast. Opening ceremonies starting at 10:00 at Lakeside Park, with cake served at 11:00. Scheduled entertainment going on all day ending at 10:00 pm with a fireworks display. Community display booths and activites will include Touchstones, KBS sandcastle contest, plane rides over nelson, paddle lessons, YERC and SCC activites and prizes, puppet show, and many more activites, and games!
Lakeside Park, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jul 14
Careers in Tourism
FREE WORKSHOP
Are you considering going into Tourism? Gather information about a variety of careers in tourism, training requirements and potential employment opportunities. Call to register or for more information. (250) 352 6200 or info@kcds.ca
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Jun 9
Beyond the Want Ads - Finding Work in Nelson
FREE WORKSHOP
What's happening in the world of work? How do these changes affect where and how you look for work? What is happening in Nelson? Where ARE the jobs? In this fun, interactive workshop, we will explore what's happening and strategies to find work that works for you
Please call to register or for more information (250) 253 6200 or info@kcds.ca

Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Jul 31
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
KJES presents Blackie & the Rodeo Kings. Gates open at 6:30 pm. Tickets only $25.
Kaslo Bay Park  

Nov 30
to
Oct 21
Resumes That Work Free Workshop
Need a resume? Unsure where to start? This one day workshop will guide you through how to best highlight your skills, abilities and accomplishments to potential employers.
For registration or information call (250) 352 6200 or email info@kcds.ca. website: www.kcds.ca
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Jul 1
Nelson Fall Fair
Tables full of pies, preserves, produce, pumpkins, the best bread, best tomatoes, and vegetable art. Judges will award winners in many categories. For kids we have races in the park. Everyone can enjoy bluegrass and folk bands. Dress up and come down to celebrate our agri-culture and farming heritage at this free family event.
Cottonwood Falls Park  

Nov 30
to
Jul 14
Careers in Tourism Free Workshop
Are you considering going into Tourism? Gather information about a variety of careers in tourism, training requirements and potential employment opportunities. Register with KCDS to hold your seat.
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Jul 15
Resumes That Work Free Workshop
Need a resume: Unsure where to start? This one day workshop will guide you through how to best highlight your skills, abilities, and accomplishments to potential employers. Please register to hold your seat. (250) 352 6200 or info@kcds.ca
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Aug 5
Financing Your Education FREE workshop
Are you considering training? Are you wondering how you are going to finance your education? Come to this informative workshop for ideas of untapped resources that may work for you!

Please register early to hold your space!
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Aug 6
Beyond the Want Ads - Finding Work in Nelson
What's happening in the world of work? How do these changes affect where and how you look for work? What's happening in Nelson? Where ARE the jobs? In this fun, interactive workshop we will explore what's happening and strategies to find work that works for you!
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Sep 26
CELEBRATE PEACE THROUGH THE ARTS
SelfDesign ISK High School invites the public to “PEACE MOVES,” an inspiring presentation of dance, theatre and music from around the world in celebration of the International Day of Peace. This free event takes place Saturday, September 26th at 4:00 pm at SelfDesign ISK located on the second floor of the Nelson Legion Building, 402 Victoria Street. Join us in celebrating peace through the arts. For more information, call 250-354-1310.


Nelson Legion Bldg, 402 Victoria Street 2nd Floor  

Nov 30
to
Sep 18
Contra Dance
Come to the first Contra Dance of our new season! Open to all ages, contra dancing is a fun, traditional style of dance using steps similar to square dancing but done in long lines of couples facing each other. David Feldman will be calling to the music of Contra Indications (Gail Bearham, Connie Davis, Michael Gifford, Duncan Johnston and Craig Korth). Instruction is from 7-7:30 pm (come a little early) and the dance from 7:30-9:30. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes, a snack to share, and be prepared to have fun! Water provided. For additional info call 354-4352.
Central School gymnaisum, Mill and Ward  

Nov 30
to
Oct 28
Careers in Tourism Free Workshop
Are you considering going into Tourism? Gather information about a variety of careers in tourism, training requirements and potential employment opportunities. Call (250) 352 6200 or email info@kcds.ca for information or registration. website: www.kcds.ca
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Sep 13
Art Sale - Build a Child A Dream - Nelson Kiwanis Club
Nelson Kiwanis Club and The Kootenay Romanian Relief Organization (KRRO) of Canada are combining their vision and energy to build a soccer field and a basket ball court for a Romanian Orphanage. On September 12 and 13th, (9 - 4)Nelson Kiwanis Club is holding an art sale in the Extra Foods parking lot. The art reflects mostly local artists with both original work and limited edition prints. We ask that you come by our tent on that weekend and view the art. Come and share in this opportunity to share with these children and give them something we and our children take for granted. We will have pictures to share of the orphans and their home. We have had much support from the artists and many local businesses and individuals. Build a Child a Dream!
Extra Foods parking lot - Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Sep 3
Beyond the Want Ads - Finding Work in Nelson
What's happening in the world of work? How do these changes affect where and how you look for work? What's happening in Nelson? Where ARE the jobs. In this fun, interactive workshop we will explore what's happening and strategies to find work that works for you!
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Aug 12
Resumes That Work Workshop
Need a resume? Unsure where to start? This one day workshop will guide you through how to best highlight your skills, abilities and accomplishments to potential employers. Space is limited so register early.
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Aug 11
Careers in Trades
Are you considering going into Trades? Gather information about a variety of careers in the trades, training requirements and potential job opportunities.
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Aug 5
Financing Your Education FREE workshop
Are you considering training? Are you wondering how you are going to finance your education? Come to this informative workshop for ideas of untapped resources that may work for you!
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Aug 6
Beyond the Want Ads - Finding Work in Nelson
What's happening in the world of work? How do these changes affect how and where you look for work? What is happening in Nelson? Where are the jobs? In this fun, interactive workshop we will explore what's happening and strategies to find work that works for you!
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Oct 16
World Food Day - Hungry for Change?
The Nelson Food Cupboard Society, with support from the Kootenay Coop, NDCU and Save-On Foods, will be hosting a fundraiser dinner for World Food Day where guests participate in displaying the inequalities existing globally in relation to food.

Upon their arrival, guests will be randomly assigned to either the small percent receiving a full-course vegetarian meal or the larger percent who receive a simple meal of beans and rice. Guest speakers will discuss both global and local food issues. The movie Fresh, which highlights the many ways in which one can become involved in positive change, will be shown at 8:00 p.m.

Dinner and Movie: $10-25 (sliding scale)
Movie only: $10
Full details: www.kootenay.coop (events)
Nelson United Church (602 Silica Street)  

Nov 30
to
Oct 31
Giant Used Book Sale
Friends of the Nelson Library invite you to their annual popular Giant Used Book Sale to be held at the Library Basement Friday October 30, 5 - 8 pm, and Saturday October 31st, 10 am - 3 pm. Special "Bag of Books" sale, 3 - 4 pm.
There are bargains galore at this hugely popular sale.
Come and enjoy the fun.
Nelson Library Basement  

Nov 30
to
Dec 14
Scottish Country Dance Beginner Lessons
Nelson Scottish Country Dancers invite you to "Come join the Dance" on Monday evenings throughout the year at Central School 7 - 9 pm. You will receive expert instruction starting October 19. It is not necessary to have a partner. For more information contact Kathy Chapman at 250-359-7545 or Bev Beck at 250-352-7850.
Central School  

Nov 30
to
Oct 15
Beyond the Want Ads - Finding Work in Nelson
What's happening in the world of work? How do these changes affect where and how you look for work? What's happening in Nelson? Where ARE the jobs? In this fun, interactive workshop, will will explore what's happening and strategies to find work that works for you. Contact KCDS for further information or registration. Info@kcds.ca or (250)352- 6200. www.kcds.ca

Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Oct 14
Acing Your Interview
So...you're networking, your resume and cover letter worked and you have a job interview....now what? Attend this informative session to cover topics such as first impressions, body language and what the questions really mean and how to answer them effectively.
Call (250) 352 6200 or email info@kcds.ca for more information or registration. website: www.kcds.ca
Kootenay Career Development Society  

Nov 30
to
Oct 25
Kootenay Artisans Market
The Kootenay Artisans Market is a juried arts and craft fair with the finest local and BC made products. The market is the largest of its kind in the West Kootenay region. In addition to the market, the event will offer performances by local musicians, delicious food for sale provided by the Prestige Resort, storytelling performances presented by the Nelson Arts and Heritage Festival. Do your Christmas shopping early and find unique and beautiful gifts for everyone on your list.

Prestige Lakeside Resort  

Nov 30
to
Dec 14
LIVE OUTDOOR NATIVITY PAGEANT
You are invited to come celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ at our annual Live Outdoor Nativity Pageant, Monday December 14 @ 6:30 pm. Program runs approx. 30 minutes, dress warmly. Live animals on site. On the parking lot of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Everyone invited - free. Refreshments will follow. Merry Christmas!
222 West Richards Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Dec 5
Book-signing with Karla Pearce
Karla Pearce, author of 'Art of the Kootenays, a Collection of 56 Artists', will be signing copies of this great Christmas gift book. She will be joined by a couple of the featured artists, so come and meet them and discuss art in the Kootenays!
Otter Books, 398 Baker  

Nov 30
to
Dec 14
LIVE OUTDOOR NATIVITY PAGEANT
You are invited to come celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ at our annual Live Outdoor Nativity Pageant. Program runs approx. 30 minutes, dress warmly. Live animals on site. On the parking lot of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Everyone invited - free. Refreshments will follow. Merry Christmas!
222 West Richards Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Jul 21
There is no admission fee for the concert and all ages are welcome. Funds are raised through pledges collected, through an on-site silent auction and donations are welcome during the event.
A group of Nelson youth will present ten hours of live music at Lakeside Park in Nelson, B.C.
on Wednesday, July 21th. The fifth annual fundraising concert for War Child Canada kicks off at 12:00 pm and continues non-stop until 10:00 p.m. This is the fifth annual community based event, and is entirely organized by youth. Over $50,000 was raised for the work of War Child in the past four years.
Eli Zibin, who is one of the organizers of this event, says the group has three main goals for Keep the Beat. The first is to raise money and help war-affected children. Secondly, they want to provide an annual community event that brings people together in Lakeside Park for a day of fun. Their final goal is to give young people the experience of working together to organize a major event. So far, Eli is pleased with the work they have done in all three areas.

This years line-up will include Elias, an up and coming band from Vancouver, as well as local favorites Adham Shaikh, the Lazy Poker Blues Band, Mushana Marimba, Locomotive Ghost and more. Also this year, the organizers are pleased to have Alyson Rowe, War Child Canada’s Youth Outreach Manager all the way from Toronto, speak at this year’s event.

Supporters of this year’s Keep the Beat include the Osprey Community Foundation and the Shenango Choir.

War Child Canada works with children all over the world to reduce the effects of poverty, provide an education and to defend and promote child rights. War Child works to help children whose lives have been torn apart by conflict, and provide them with the means to build a brighter future. War Child works with local people and organizations in Afghanistan, Darfur (Sudan), Uganda, Sierra Leone, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, Georgia and Haiti. War Child Canada also generates awareness, support and action for children’s rights everywhere and has domestic outreach programs in schools and among youth across Canada. For more information, please visit www.warchild.ca.
For more information about Keep the Beat and War Child Canada, please contact:
Alyson Rowe
Youth Outreach Manager
War Child Canada
(416) 971-7474
alyson@warchild.ca


Lakeside Park in Nelson, B.C.  

Nov 30
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Nov 11
Mingle-inc, Cocktail Lounge Evening
Mingle-inc is a monthly cocktail lounge evening for business networking. The event is open to business owners, business start-up, artists and anyone who wants to meet with the business community. Drop in participants are encouraged to talk to someone new every 20 minutes. This is a no sweat event, everyone is there to have fun, make contacts & be inspired.

Mingle-inc is held every 2nd Thursday of the month at Louie’s lounge in Nelson from 5pm to 7pm. There will be music, a relaxing atmosphere and you can order any of the trendy cocktails or dishes from the menu. Come after work for a drink and bring a lot of business cards! Admission $5.

Louie's Lounge, 616 Vernon St, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Apr 17
2010 Legacies Now, Arts in partnership with the BC Touring Council presents the Kootenay Arts Summit
2010 Legacies Now is working in conjunction with BC's Arts Service Organizations to present a series of Regional Arts Summits around the province in 2009-2010. The purpose of the Regional Arts Summits is to offer professional development to a diverse cross-section of artists of all genres and disciplines, arts organizations including arts councils, arts presenters, museum and gallery representatives, cultural facility managers, students and others working in the sector.

The objective of the Regional Arts Summits is to enhance the skills, knowledge and expertise of those working in the sector, as well as to strengthen regional networks to encourage increased communication, collaboration and cooperation in the region.

The Summit is a free event produced by 2010 Legacies Now. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis and is free for artists and representatives from arts organizations in the region. Due to space restrictions, we reserve the right to limit the number of participants, and/or refuse registration to non-qualifying individuals and/or organizations.

Contact: Sheryl McGraw at smcgraw@2010legaciesnow.com for more information
Hume Hotel, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Feb 6
8th Annual Nelson Amnesty International Film Festival, Fri Feb 5, Sat. Feb 6
The power of film to unite and inspire

Nelson’s 8th Annual Amnesty International Film Festival presents thought-provoking and inspiring stories about the lives of people struggling for justice and human rights.

Friday Feb 5th and Saturday Feb. 6th
7 pm Friday and Saturday evenings; 1 pm Saturday afternoon
Studio 80, Selkirk College, Tenth St. Campus.

This year’s eight films address topics such as dissidence in Burma, indigenous peoples’ fights against environmental destruction in Alberta and Ecuador, asylum seekers in Canada, hope for landmine victims in Afghanistan, grassroots activism in Oaxaca and Kenya, and the international small arms trade.

Tickets at Otter Books in Nelson.

Studio 80, Selkirk College, Tenth St campus  

Nov 30
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Feb 12
Marry Me A Little
Bring your sweetie! Contemporary love songs from Broadway with singers Allison Girvan and Roger Ley, accompanied by Christoph Martens and hosted by Glenn Hicks. Tickets $15 available at Eddy Music or at the door. For more info call Shannon at 352-1711.
Nelson United Church, 602 Silica  

Nov 30
to
Feb 22
Why Waldorf?
According to a recent study on Waldorf graduates in North America, 94% attended university and nearly half chose sciences or math as a major. That’s because a Waldorf education is more than the simple acquisition of information
or an arts-based education – it is a journey of discovery aimed at developing
free-thinking, well-rounded individuals.

Here are two ways to find out more about this education and the fully accredited Nelson Waldorf School, its curriculum, its faculty, and its academic standards:

School & Curriculum downtown presentations
Mondays – February 22, March 29 and April 12 – from 7-9 pm
402 Victoria Street (Canadian Legion building)
2nd floor in the new SelfDesign High School facility

“Windows on Waldorf” school tours
Thursdays – February 25, April 1, April 15 – at 8:30 am
Nelson Waldorf School

Be sure to also ask about our full tuition scholarships and tuition reduction program. info@nelsonwaldorf.org or 250-352-6919.

402 Victoria Street (Canadian Legion building)  

Nov 30
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May 1

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Nov 30
to
Apr 17
West Kootenay Springtime Faire
Not just for families... not just for children... this Springtime Faire will have something for EVERYONE!

We all look forward to the Holiday Faires so why not bridge the gap between them by having a Spring Faire? Some of the local favourites will be there, so come and check it out!

There will be something for everyone at this annual event!

Door prizes! Yummy treats... local artisans... unique gifts... and so much more!
Best Western Baker Street Inn  

Nov 30
to
Apr 11
Oxygen Art Centre Eurotrash Pleasure Centre
Comedians will take audiences to the far reaches of post-communist Eastern Europe – as well as to places around the local neighbourhood – like Salmo. Featuring a loud and deep-feeling Balkan Brass Techno Tuba Band, Displaced European Communist Party Persons, and BC Bush Party Persons. Bound to thrill and offend, the Cabaret stars Nelson comedians Joel Cottingham, Nicola Harwood, Brahm Taylor, Geoff Ferguson, Bessie Wapp and Lisel Forst performing all new, all original material. Master magician Lisa Menna, burlesque dancer Flora Ware, puppeteer Jen Callow and more will also show their tricks. Breaking out and thrusting aside her comedian husband Lucas Myers, is his wife, Krista Lynch, as Tatiana, the European Call Girl. You think you’ve seen it all. But you haven’t.
This is a fun-da-raiser / hell-a-raiser. Tickets $20 at Eddy’s Music.
Oxygen Art Centre is a non-profit artist-run centre and all proceeds go to supporting Oxygen’s ongoing programs. Come out and support anti-corporate, anti-boring, artist-run culture! Oxygen Art Centre is located on the alley behind 320 Vernon St. This event sells out quickly so get your tickets early. Info: office@oxygenartcentre.org
320 Vernon, alley entrance  

Nov 30
to
Apr 16
The Practice of Sahaj Marg Meditation
Sahaj Marg is a practical, spiritual path based ib ubber exoerience through meditation. The goal of the practice is union with God or Self.

This modern-day form of raga yoga is practised daily, is simple and easily integrated into a busy lifestyle bringing balance and spiritual growth.

Meditation is supported by the yogic technique of transmission, the offering of the subtlest current of prana( life energy) from the teacher to the student.

For more information you are invited to view the website at www.sahajmarg.org or call the local preceptors: Eleanor Clark 250-352-3366 , Sarah Sherk 250-352-3134
901 Front St., Room 400 (upstairs)  

Nov 30
to
Apr 16
The Practice of Sahaj Marg Meditation
Sahaj Marg is a practical, spiritual path based ib ubber exoerience through meditation. The goal of the practice is union with God or Self.

This modern-day form of raga yoga is practised daily, is simple and easily integrated into a busy lifestyle bringing balance and spiritual growth.

Meditation is supported by the yogic technique of transmission, the offering of the subtlest current of prana( life energy) from the teacher to the student.

For more information you are invited to view the website at www.sahajmarg.org or call the local preceptors: Eleanor Clark 250-352-3366 , Sarah Sherk 250-352-3134
901 Front St., Room 400 (upstairs)  

Nov 30
to
Sep 26
Kootenay Book Weekend
Whether you read for inspiration, information, relaxation or indulgence, there are others who share your love of books. Read the 4 books chosen for this years event and come join us for a weekend of stimulating discussions and fun. the books to read are "Can You Hear the Nightbird Call?" by Anita Rau Badami (author in attendance Sunday Sept. 26th), "The Winter Vault" by Anne Michaels, "The Elegance of the Hedgehog" by Muriel Barbery and "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" by Mohsin Hamid.
For more information check the website at www.kootenaybookweekend.ca or email us at kbw@kootenaybookweekend.ca
Best Western - Baker St.  

Nov 30
to
Apr 30
Kootenay Women's Chorale Spring Concert!
Spring is in the air, and so is the music!
The Kootenay Women's Chorale performs with special vocal guests on Friday, April 30th, 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church, 611 5th St. in Fairview.
The KW Chorale, led by popular choir director Audrey Bisst, is made up of women from Nelson, Trail and Kaslo. The singers practice in their own communities for several months and then get together as a large group with spectacular results.
Come hear some beautiful Spring music from the group, as well as pieces by special guest soloists.
Suggested donation is $10.
First Baptist Church, Fairview  

Nov 30
to
Apr 23
Selkirk College Independent Film Program Student Film Festival

The festival showcases the Selkirk graduates, of its one year film program, and their final project films.

This premier public viewing will screen 3 documentaries and 6 narratives from 8 to 20 minutes in length and feature both local and regional, professional and amateur talent.

Local actors include Richard Rowberry, Joel Cottingham, Michael Graham and Laura Duralija.

There promises to be something for everyone as film noir, comedy, drama, electronic music, and ski travel are only of few of the genres included.

Students are from both Canada and the US and range in ages from 19-53.

"I am impressed with both the commitment and creativity in these films," says Nicola Harwood, the program's veteran screenwriting instructor. "It was especially fun to work with so many students interested in narrative fiction and to work with them to craft their screenplays. I believe it will be a rewarding evening full of original vision."



Refreshments will be available.
Mary Hall Selkirk College, 10th Street Campus, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
May 13
Gravity Therapy - Rolfing Clinic Open House
Join us on Thursday May 13th for our open house, an introduction to Rolf Structural Integration - also known as Rolfing. Find out what it is about and how it can make you feel more comfortable in your body.

All welcome * Free of charge

Find out more about Gravity Therapy and Rolfing at www.gravitytherapy.com

Gravity Therapy
Rolf Structural Integration
Nelson Medical Clinic
250-352-6611
www.gravitytherapy.com
Nelson Medical Clinic - Lower Level by Life Labs  

Nov 30
to
May 8
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
The Eighth Grade class of the Nelson Waldorf School presents the wondrous world of Narnia, where Peter, Susan, Lucy, and Edmund embark upon their incredible adventure. Stepping through the wardrobe into the frozen land where the White Witch now reigns, they must find the courage and hope to join Aslan the Lion in a valiant battle to restore beauty and hope – and to earn their places as kings and queens of Narnia.

Join us for this visually and acoustically rich adaptation of one of the great classic stories, filled with hope and possibility. Featuring musical contributions by Tobi Jenny, The Dharmas and Caryn Luniw. Admission is by donation.
Nelson Waldorf School  

Nov 30
to
Jul 9
Kootenay Basketball
The summer camp is being held at LVR gym for boys and girls 8-11 years old. July 6-9 Tuesday to Friday $89 Also, Skills and Drills and Footwork classes on Wednesday July 14, and August 18, August 25, 6pm-9pm $25 each class. For more information go to www.nelsonsports.ca or call 352 3989
LVR  

Nov 30
to
Oct 9
Artisan and Farmers Market
A market featuring local artisans, food producers and entertainment. Visit kaslomarkets@shaw.ca or call 250-353-7592 for more information.
Front Street Park in downtown Kaslo  

Nov 30
to
Jun 30
5th Annual Froggy Fest
The annual Sinixt Nation Children's Froggy Festival will feature music, crafts, activities, and lots of fun! Call 250-226-6743 or 250-226-7581 or visit www.sinixtnation.org for more information.
4120 Passmore Road, Vallican  

Nov 30
to
Jun 26
Nelson MarketFest
A lively festival of music, dance and celebration on Baker Street in downtown Nelson. At MarketFest you will find bands, performances for all ages, vendors, with handmade and homegrown gifts and food, info booths and more!
Baker Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
to
Sep 12
Nelson Road Kings Queen City Cruise
The Cruise begins with a wine and cheese night at the Bogustown Pub. Saturday morning is the Show and Shine on Baker Street followed by trophy presentations and a poker run. A rooftop dance at the Nelson Parkade tops off the night.
Bogustown Pub  

Nov 30
to
Jun 5
Sunfest
The Element's 4th Anniversary Party with live entertainment by one of Canada's hottest cover bands - Huge Fakers - playing one of the most diverse Cover Band playlists.
The Element  

Nov 30
to
Jun 9
Samba Dance Workshop
Get into your samba step with this two hour samba dance workshop. Erin Thompson, choreographer, dance, and member of the Moving Mosaic Samba band, will be teaching a new and exciting dance choreography. Participants will work on new moves as well as develop strength and conditioning for dancing in the season. Call Erin at 250-509-0034 for more information and registration.
The Moving Centre, 533 Baker St.  

Nov 30
to
Jun 17
Learning in Retirement
This group is for the enjoyment of continuing to learn in our third age. Discussion groups such as The History of Nelson and Area, Writing Autobiography, and Telling Your Own Story, are just a few of the items that have been presented by volunteer peers since September 2009.
For information phone Birthe at 250-825-9471.
Nelson Senior's Center, 717 Vernon St.  

Nov 30
to
Jun 16
Lovers in a Dangerous Time *Encore Screening*
This charming first feature is about two childhood friends meeting again at their ten year high school reunion and trying to rekindle the magic of their youth while navigating the complications and dangers of adulthood. Rated PG for language and buttocks , the film runs 90 minutes. Advance tickets available at Otter's Books.
The Capitol Theatre  

Nov 30
to
Jun 25
Portrait Painting with Kristy Gordon
This three day workshop will cover what colors to put on your palette, how to create perfect flesh tones, how to keep proportions accurate and many other techniques to make your painting look fresh, alive and natural. Since last year's painting class, Kristy was asked to be one of the artists to paint a celebrity on the television series "Bravo's Star Portraits". She spent this last year in Florence, Italy, painting a body of work and attending classes. This course is a must for all levels of painters. $300/plus model fee.
Nelson United Church - St Paul's Room  

Nov 30
to
Jul 17
Flight Fest 2010 Nelson BC
Once again the Nelson Pilots Association will be holding the annual Flight Fest Event at the Nelson Airport. It all starts with our famous Airport Breakfast which runs from 8am to 11am. There will be more than 40 aircraft flying in to this grass roots aviation event. Flying displays of antique, military and classic aircraft will be the order of the day. Airplane rides, balloons, ice cream, face painting and a BBQ lunch will round out this very exciting day. Admission is by donation and gates will be open from 8am to 4pm. Plan to come and bring all the family!
Nelson Municipal Airport  

Nov 30
to
Jun 30
Junior Golf Playday!
A day of golfing fun for children ages 4 to 15. Parents are welcome to participate in the day's evetns. Tentative schedule:
3:30 - Registration and warm-up
4:00 - "Dunch" (late lunch and/or early dinner)
4:30 - 6:00 Junior Par Golf
6:00 - Prizes and give-a-ways

Pre-register at either the Golf Shop at Granite Pointe or e-mail gary@granitepointe.ca.
Granite Pointe Gold Course  

Nov 30
to
Sep 4
Clay Intensive at eARTh Studios
For students Grade 10-12
This course is designed for the student who is interested in everything from forming to finishing pottery in a working studio in Uphill Nelson. Handbuilt and wheel basic skills will be introduced. Individual initiative and creativity is actively promoted and developed over the course of this clay intensive. A special guest will be invited to teach screen printing on clay at the end of the course as a decorating option. Use of stains, scraffito, and glaze will be discussed and exemplified. Students will be asked to pay a $45 material and supply fee and will be taking home fine examples of pottery techniques. High School elective 4 credit swill be given to students who complete the course.
Diane Walters MA is a teacher who has worked with pottery for over 30 years and brings great enthusiasm for working with youth.
To register: Visit our website at www.selfdesignhigh.org

eARTh Studios  

Nov 30
to
Sep 18
Friends of Nelson Library Book Sale
The annual book sale will be in Septemeber this year due to library rennovations. Lightly used books accepted until Sept 7. No mags or textbooks please.
Sale days Fri. 5-8 pm, Sat. 10-3 pm.
Nelson Library Basement, Victoria St entrance.  

Nov 30
to
Aug 11
"Hire Learning" Job Fair
The Trail and Nelson Service Canada Centres for Youth (SCCYs) will be hosting a "Hire Learning" Job Fair on August 11, 2010 from 6 pm - 8 pm, in partnership with the Castlegar Youth Employment Centre.

The “Hire Learning” Job Fair promotes youth employment by providing job search resources to local youth and networking opportunities for youth and employers.

Youth will have the opportunity to participate in on-the-spot job interviews with local employers. Unique to this event, youth will also be provided with constructive feedback on their interviewing skills, provided by their interviewer.

We are inviting employers to be guest presenters on the employability topics of their choice.

We are also asking that employers and youth pre-register for this event.

For more information and to pre-register, the Nelson and Trail SCCYs are conveniently located in downtown Trail at 101-1101 Dewdney Avenue and in Nelson at 333 Victoria Street, between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm. We are also available by phone at (250) 368-2150 or (250) 352-3155 ext. 139, or by email at ashlea.fricke@servicecanada.gc.ca or allison.verigin@servicecanada.gc.ca.

Castlegar Youth Employment Centre - 875 Columbia Avenue, Castlegar  

Nov 30
to
Aug 4
Honeybees in Our Community, In Our World
Come join us for a conversation about the life of the bees in and outside the hive, honeybees in our communities, and ideas about what we can do at home to support these little creatures that are so important to our food system. This presentation includes lots of photos and is a family-friendly event. Claire Anderson has a passion for natural backyard beekeeping and is excited to share this way of working with honeybees. She is a bee guardian in Boulder CO, catching swarms and helping fellow backyard beekeepers set up and maintain
their hives. She also has three top bar hives that she works with using an organic, input free and chemical-free management style. Free admission.

SelfDesign High 402 Victoria Street Nelson - upstairs  

Nov 30
to
Aug 28
Live Theatre
One Girl plus Four Geeks Equals One Funny Show! TNT Young Company Presents Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen. 8PM TNT Playhouse (corner Ward and Carbonate). Advance Tickets $15 & $10 - Eddy Music & Reo's
NT Playhouse (corner Ward and Carbonate)  

Nov 30
to
Dec 20
West Kootenay EcoSociety Volunteer Night
The West Kootenay EcoSociety invites you to put your passion to work! Join like-minded folks every Tuesday night from 6pm to 8pm to help with a variety of tasks. A couple hours of your time can make a big difference to our farmers’ markets, wilderness protection campaigns, and sustainability programs. Call 354 1909 for more information, or just show up at #206 - 507 Baker St between 6 and 8pm.
#206 - 507 Baker St  

Nov 30
to
Sep 21
The Canadian Federation of University Women
The Canadian Federation of University Women is an organization which promotes and supports women's issues.There will be a "finger foods" pot luck supper For the CFUW at a member's home at 5:30PM. Guest Speaker is Susan Lefebour who will present "Hotel Phair". Interested Persons welcome. Phone 250-825-0027 for mor information.
A Memeber's Home  

Nov 30
to
Sep 21
The Canadian Federation of University Women
The Canadian Federation of University Women is an organization which promotes and supports women's issues.There will be a "finger foods" pot luck supper For the CFUW at a member's home at 5:30PM. Guest Speaker is Susan Lefebour who will present "Hotel Phair". Interested Persons welcome. Phone 250-825-0027 for mor information.
A Member's Home  

Nov 30
to
Nov 22
Egyptian & Tribal Bellydance Classes
Egyptian and Tribal Bellydance
8 week session runs Sept 27-Nov 22
Slocan Park Hall
Egyptian 6:30-7:45
Tribal 7:45-9:00

The Oriental class focuses on Egyptian technique, proper movement anatomy and kinetic awareness. This choreography involving veils, tantalizing moves and emotive expressions is a fun way to strengthen and explore your body through a diverse range of movements. The Tribal class has a folkloric flair that ranges from fiery flamenco inspired moves to celebratory Rajasthani spins to mesmerizing sacred mudras. This class is based on American Tribal Style (ATS) format and movement vocabulary. You will learn fundamentals from slow to fast movements and begin to thread them together through improvisational lead and follow. In this multi cultural dance experience you discover a whole world of beautiful movement and ethnic expression! Register with SVRC at 250.226.0008 or go to www.soulfiredance.webs.com for more info.


Slocan Park Hall  

Nov 30
to
Dec 5
Nelson Area Society for Health
The Nelson Area Society for Health (formerly Save Our Services “SOS”) will be having their Annual General Meeting on Sunday, December 5, at 2:00 pm in the Seniors’ Branch 51 lounge at 717 Vernon Street. A video “Paying More and Getting Less: The Private Clinics’ Threat to Medicare” will be shown outlining why public health care is best. Refreshments will follow the meeting. Please come and support health care in our area.
Seniors' Branch 51 Lounge  

Nov 30
to
Nov 6
Burger & Beer Night
Come on out to the Dock 'n' Duck (beside the Balfour ferry landing) and enjoy the great view of Kootenay Lake. Bring some friends or co-workers and order a burger and beer in support of the local chapter of the MS Society. For $9.95 you get a burger and a beer and $5 goes to help local people with MS and their families.

The regular menu will also be available, and if you don't want a beer with your burger you can order a soft drink for the same price. If you want to add special toppings to your burger, or a side salad or fries, they are available at menu prices.

Come on out for some great food!


Dock 'n' Duck (beside the Balfour ferry landing)  

Nov 30
to
Oct 29
Friends of the Library Fall Sale
The Friends of the Nelson Public Library FALL USED BOOK SALE will take place Saturday OCTOBER 29th in the library basement from 10:00a.m. to 3:00 pm. There will be a wide selection at this book sale. A bargain hunter's dream " A BAG OF BOOKS FOR $3.00" will be between 2:00 to 3:00 PM. All proceeds go to the library fund raising efforts.
BOOK DONATIONS will be accepted till October 22, 2011.
Thank you for your support.
Nelson Public Library  

Nov 30
to
Oct 2
Kootenay Quilters Guild Show "All Things Quilted"
The Kootenay Quilters Guild proudly present their bi-annual quilt show "All Things Quilted". This will take place from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturday October 1, 2011 and 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Sunday October 2. Quilt displays, quilt raffle, vendors.
Prestige Lakeside Inn  

Nov 30
to
Feb 19
Vegetarian Living and Raw food preparation class
Learn how to prepare delicious, nutritious living and raw meals and snacks that are affordable and environmentally conscious. Quick and easy gourmet and casual recipes to add foods with maximum nutritional value
to your diet.

$45 plus hst

See Selkirk calendar:
http://selkirk.ca/ce/courses/healthwellness/nutrition/vegetarianlivingandrawfoods/
Selkirk College, Nelson, Silver King Campus  

Nov 30
to
Nov 14
African Feast
Nelson Grans to Grans will be holding their African Feast at the United Church Basement Hall.Includes dinner,entertainment and craft table. Proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation Grandmothers" Campaign providing assistance to African women supporting children orphaned by HIV/AIDS
TICKETS ON SALE at Cottons 390 Baker St.
Nelson United Church  

Nov 30
to
Nov 11
The Armed Man: A Concert for Peace
The Amy Ferguson Institute and the Nelson Community Opera present a Remembrance Day concert of The Armed Man: A Concert For Peace.

Composed by the award-winning composer Karl Jenkins and directed by Allison Girvan, The Armed Man is a powerful and compelling account of the descent into, and terrible consequences of, war. Commissioned for the millennium by Britain's Royal Armouries and dedicated to the victims of the Kosovo crisis, this work is a contemporary example of a mass based on the 15th-century French song L'homme Armé (The Armed Man). Set within the framework of the Christian mass, The Armed Man is a major choral work which uses both sacred and secular texts.

Tickets are $21 for adults, $16 students and seniors and $10 for veterans.

Tickets are available online at www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca, via phone at 250 352 6363 or at the Capitol Theatre box office, open 12:00 - 4:30 PM Tuesday - Friday, 421 Victoria St.
Capitol Theatre  

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The Armed Man: A Concert for Peace
Two performances: 2 pm and 7:30 pm

The Amy Ferguson Institute and the Nelson Community Opera present a Remembrance Day concert of The Armed Man: A Concert For Peace.

Composed by the award-winning composer Karl Jenkins and directed by Allison Girvan, The Armed Man is a powerful and compelling account of the descent into, and terrible consequences of, war. Commissioned for the millennium by Britain's Royal Armouries and dedicated to the victims of the Kosovo crisis, this work is a contemporary example of a mass based on the 15th-century French song L'homme Armé (The Armed Man). Set within the framework of the Christian mass, The Armed Man is a major choral work which uses both sacred and secular texts.

Tickets are $21 for adults, $16 students and seniors and $10 for veterans.

Tickets are available online at www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca, via phone at 250 352 6363 or at the Capitol Theatre box office, open 12:00 - 4:30 PM Tuesday - Friday, 421 Victoria St.
Capitol Theatre  

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Feb 19
Vegetarian Living & Raw Food Preparation Class
Learn how to prepare delicious, nutritious
living and raw meals and snacks that are
affordable and environmentally conscious.
Quick and easy gourmet and casual recipes
to add foods with maximum nutritional value
to your diet.
This is an introductory class with the basic foundations of living/raw preparation.

$45+HST

For more information contact Brenda Wiseman 250-505-7555 livingra@gmail.com

Selkirk College, Nelson Silver King Campus  

Nov 30
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Feb 19
Vegetarian Living and Raw Food Preparation class
Learn how to prepare delicious, nutritious living and raw meals and snacks that are affordable and environmentally conscious.
Quick and easy gourmet and casual recipes to add foods with maximum nutritional value to your diet.

$45+HST




Selkirk College, Nelson Silver King Campus  

Nov 30
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Jan 1
Nelson Legion New Year's Eve Party
Nelson Legion is hosting their annual New Year's Eve Party. $15 per person with potluck dinner and tremendous band. Tickets available in the beverage room. Info 352-7727. Please support your Legion and have fun, too.
Nelson Legion 402 Victoria St.  

Nov 30
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Jun 4
"Stride to Turn the Tide 2011" National Walk. Guided five kilometer walk through downtown Nelson, ending in Cottonwood Park.
Come and join us to raise funds and awareness necessary to support the courageous African grandmothers on the frontlines of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa who bury their own children and then valiantly raise their orphan grandchildren.
Lakeside Park  

Nov 30
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Jan 1
Nelson Legion New Year's Eve Party

Nelson Legion will be hosting their annual New Year's Eve party. $15 per person with potluck dinner and tremendous band. Tickets available in the beverage room. Info 352-7727. Members and guests welcome. Please support your Legion and have fun, too.

402 Victoria St., Nelson  

Nov 30
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Mar 28
DISCOVER AIKIDO
This Japanese martial art is truly a holistic practice developing within us
a vibrant integration of mind, body and spirit. Using powerful circular
movements, the defender moves in complete harmony with the attacker,
bringing the conflict to a peaceful conclusion for both. The techniques are natural and simple, and their effectiveness is derived from timing and positioning rather than from physical strength. If you are interested in developing greater flexibility, relaxation, and power without aggression - discover Aikido today. Uniform extra.
Kootenay Aikido - Baker St. Nelson  

Nov 30
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Feb 1
Gravity Therapy Open House
Join us at Gravity Therapy to celebrate a 2 year Anniversary in operation at the Nelson Medical Clinic. Take this opportunity to find out how Rolf Structural Integration and myofascial manipulation can transform your posture, ease chronic pain and bring fluidity and balance into your life.

There will be refreshments, draw prizes, hands-on demos and free postural assessments. Everyone is invited!

The Open House will be held on Thursday March the 10th between 3:00 - 6:00 pm at the lower level of the Nelson Medical Clinic. The Nelson Medical Clinic is located at 806 Vernon Street, Nelson BC (across from the Civic Centre).
Nelson Medical Associate Clinic  

Nov 30
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Mar 6
AFKO Film Night
In order to celebrate the national "Rendez-vous de la Francophonie", Association des Francophones des Kootenays Ouest (AFKO) and Canadian Parents for French (CPF) are proud to present a documentary produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). The documentaries are presented in French original version with English subtitles.

Sunday, March 6th @ 3 pm: "Hope Builders" duration 90 minutes
Self-Design High, 402 Victoria Street, Nelson
Synopsis: A new teaching method is being tested in an elementary school in Quebec to prepare the next generation of students to take up environmental challenges. Under the supervision of their teacher, students are learning to identify, analyze and resolve a problem that exists in their world. Hope Builders is a unique and invaluable witness to this educational experimental project.
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Mar 13
Rooted in Community: Volunteer Training Program
The Nelson and District Women’s Centre’s free volunteer training program, Rooted in Community, offers local and area women the opportunity to build strengths, gain valuable skills, and contribute their time and energy as volunteers in their communities. Offered at the Women’s Centre, the program consists of eight sessions of 2.5 hours, taking place over a one-month period on Tuesday and Thursday mornings

February 18, 2014 - March 13, 2014

For more information or to receive an application please contact brittan@nelsonwomenscentre.com, or 250-352-9916
420 Mills Street  

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Back Health: The Feldenkrais Way, a Restorative Workshop
A powerful self-help approach offering relief and comfort to those suffering back problems and symptoms.

If you have ever experienced back or spinal pain, or just want to avoid it by keeping your back strong and healthy this workshop can help. By understanding how the mind and body interact, and learning ways of moving that do not exacerbate pain or discomfort, you will gain the confidence to explore more movements and maintain or regain function in your daily life activities.

Register through Selkirk College 250-352-6601, www.selkirk.bc.ca
Selkirk College, Silvergking Campus  

Nov 30
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Mar 30
Free Workshop on Hoarding
The local Community Response Network (CRN), in participation with Nelson CARES, IHA and the Nelson Fire Department, are hosting a free workshop on the issue of Hoarding. This workshop is for both community folks and professionals.
The workshop will be from 9:30 am to noon in the second floor boardroom at the Health Unit - 333 Victoria St.
Come on time to ensure you get a seat.
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Nov 30
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Nelson Grans to Grans "Stride to Turn the tide 2011" National Walk. Lakeside park to Cottonwood Falls Park
Nelson grans invite you to walk with us to raise awareness and funds to help African Grandmothers who are caring for children orphaned by Aids. We chose todonate all proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation which provides this help to the grandmothers. Pledges can be made on line at http://j.mp/hRr6dy Registration to walk at Lakeside.
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Singing Workshops!
Learn to use your voice in a way that is authentic to you. Experienced and beginner singers welcome!
Topics include:
-Proper breathing techniques
-The 3 Pillars of a strong voice
-Voice Physiology
-Voice yoga
-Diaphragm strengthening techniques

Please visit:
www.voice.symbiosonic.com
Or Call:
250-551-0231

Nelson, BC  

Nov 30
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Jul 9
Positive Apparel One Year Anniversary
On July 9th 2011 from 11-4 pm Positive Apparel will be holding a BBQ to celebrate their one year anniversary. All funds generated from the BBQ will be donated to the Nelson BC SPCA to help animals in our community. There will be store discounts that day on a variety of items. Come out to support your local SPCA branch.
Positive Apparel  

Nov 30
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Sep 28
"A Taste of Nelson"
Tickets available at Culinary Conspiracy's new location 610 Baker Street
$35/person
$260/table of 8

* No Host Bar
* Silent Auction
* Raffles

Come and enjoy a sampling from the menus of some of Nelson's finest and most unique eating establishments. Also enjoy samples from two wineries and a local brewery. Socialize with friends, enjoy the music and bring a few loonies to support a great cause!

Buy 8 tickets and we will reserve you a table!

Fundraiser for the West Kootenay Chapter of the MS Society.
Best Western Baker Street Inn  

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Mar 18
The Canadian Federation of University Women
Saturday March 17, 9:30 am at the New Grand Hotel, Regular meeting of CFUW. Club discussions of Provincial and National Resolutions and other club business. Jeanette Mergens, our current Regional Director and future BC VP will attend. This is an important, interesting meeting about our future directions. Plan to attend!For more information COntact Pat Reid at 250-505-5561


The New Grand Hotel  

Nov 30
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Jan 29
Investors Group Walk For Memories
Attend, participate or pledge a walker to help raise funds for the Alzheimer Society of BC's Investors Group Walk for Memories. Enjoy the silent auction, music, refreshments and information about Alzheimer Disease and related dementias. Registration begins at 1 pm inside the Complex. Walking begins at 2 pm.

More than 70,000 British Columbians have Alzheimer disease or a related dementia and approximately 10,000 of them are under age 65.

Funds raised help people in the West Kootenays who are dealing with Alzheimer Disease or a related dementia with local support and education as well as research for the causes and the cure.

For information call 250-352-7960 or go to www.walkformemories.com. Pledge or do a virtual walk online.

Together we can transform the way we all live with and challenge dementia.
Nelson & District Community Complex  

Nov 30
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Jan 28
Ikebana flower arranging workshop
Ikebana is the Japanesse art of flower arrangement.
Gala Sky will present an introductory workshop to Ikebana on Saturday January 28th from 1-4pm. Fee is $20.
Nelson Shambala Meditation Center  

Nov 30
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Nov 27
It’s a Wonderful Life! A live Radio Play
It’s a Wonderful Life! A live radio play of this Christmas classic. Stellar New Denver cast directed by Judith Ceroli. Sunday, November 27, 2:00 pm at Vallican Whole Community Centre, 3762 Little Slocan River Rd. Proceeds to Stephen Lewis Foundation/Grassroots Grammas. Donations $10.00 min.
Vallican Community Centre  

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May 8
Award-winning Film Comes to Castlegar and Nelson
Award-winning film comes to Castlegar and Nelson May 7th & 8th

The group, Kootenays for a Pipeline-Free BC, will be lighting up the Kootenays with the provocative eco-adventure film On the Line. Follow award-winning film maker, Frank Wolf, as he travels the proposed Enbridge pipeline route by cycling, hiking and paddling through its pristine environment from the Alberta Tar Sands to Kitimat on the northwest coast of B.C.

“This is a fun and entertaining way for people of all ages to visually witness how our wonderful BC will be impacted by the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline”, says Keith Wiley.

“This pipeline is slated to export Alberta tar sands crude to China at a price that BC residents need to know about,” says Sandra Nelken of the Nelson Chapter of the Council of Canadians.“ “It’s for these reasons that some of the most well-known groups in our region have teamed up to bring in the best educators to the Kootenays,” she says.

Everyone is invited to join Frank Wolf, both in person and on film, as he transports us on an exciting journey across the prairies and through some of the mountains and northern rivers of BC which provide sensitive ecosystems and habitat for all sorts of wildlife. According to the Vancouver Sun, Wolf “brings into sharp focus the people and landscapes that would be affected if Enbridge gets the go-ahead.” Explore Magazine says “…this film couldn’t be timelier”.

On the Line will be screened on Monday, May 7th at the Castlegar Library and Tuesday, May 8th at the United Church Hall, corner of Josephine and Silica in Nelson. Tickets for the event are $10 or pay by donation at the door. For more information contact Keith Wiley at 250 777-2020.




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Kootenay Lake Skate Park Burger and Beer Night
Help make the dream of building an outdoor skate park a reality. Thanks to the generous support of the community and the Columbia Basin Trust fund, we are 80% there.
Bring friends for a burger and beer, buy your own square foot in the park, and bid on exclusive items to support a new sport facility for the Kootenays.
Tickets $10 in advance or at the door.
Sponsored by Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak and the Kootenay Lake Outdoor Skate Park Society
Finley's Iris Bar and Grill, 705 Vernon St, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Apr 13
Burger and Beer Night to Support the Kootenay Lake Outdoor Skate Park
Help build the Outdoor Skate Park by coming for a Burger and Beer at Finley's. You can buy your own Square Foot of the Park, bid on some fabulous auction items or simply have fun with friends. The Skate Park is 80% funded thanks to great community support and a grant from Columbia Basin Trust. Let's get it done!
Finley's Irish Bar and Grill  

Nov 30
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Apr 11
Free Education Series - Medical Marijuana for Chronic Pain Risks vs Benefits
Community First Health Coop is kicking off their Education series on April 11 at noon in the Stoddart Room of the Community First Health Coop in the Stoddart Room. Dr Joel Kailia will present on Medical Marijuana for Chronic Pain - Risks vs Benefits. Bring your lunch and join us. There will be two more workshops before summer on the 2nd Wednesday of May and June. May 9 will be Dr Kevin McKenzie on Lower Back Disk Problems - Simple Exercises for Prevention and Resolving them and on June 13 Lena Horswill and Anne Maskerine will do one on Violence Against Women - Why Doesn't She just Leave? Bring your lunch and join us for these informative sessions with a question period included
CFHC l518 Lake Street  

Nov 30
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Dec 11
Atelier Oslia: gallery/ studio: Holiday Sale
Special sale of pottery and graphics from local artists featuring:
Ruth Prosser: pottery , mugs ,candle holders
Jane Merks: Lino print cards and prints
Peter Bartl: Graphics
Andrea Gardner: Lino, drypoint intaglio and mixed media prints
Jane Christie: cards
prices starting at $3:00
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Oct 24
Nelson and District Women's Centre Offers Free Volunteer Training Program: Rooted in Community
The Nelson and District Women's Centre is offering Rooted in Community, a free volunteer skills development training for women. The program will run for eight mornings, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 - 11:30 am, Oct. 1-24. This is a chance to learn about community services, develop peer counselling skills, and connect with other women. For more information on how to apply: 250-352-9916, or brittan@nelsonwomenscentre.com
420 Mill Street, Nelson BC  

Nov 30
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Mar 22
World Water Day Event on "Fracking" with Dan Woynillowicz
The Nelson Chapter of the Council of Canadians and the West-Kootenay EcoSociety are presenting an information session on the controversial issue of “fracking” on March 22, World Water Day at 7:00 p.m., Seniors Branch 51, 717 Vernon Street (across from Extra Foods). “Fracking” is a technique involving the injection of millions of litres of water and thousands of litres of unidentified chemicals underground at very high pressure creating fractures in the underlying shale rock formations to extract the natural gas below the surface. Join Dan Woynillowicz of the Pembina Institute for a provocative presentation that will explore the climate change and water impacts of shale gas development in BC. Both the issues and solutions facing British Columbians will be discussed. Dan joined the Pembina Institute in 2001 as a policy analyst, and is now the Director of Strategy & Communications. For further information go to http://canadians.org/water/issues/fracking/index.html.

Contact Information: Sandra Nelken, 352-5274



Seniors Branch 51, 717 Vernon Street  

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Mar 24
BRING THEM HOME! Fashoins Making a Differnence
Plan on joining others at a special fundraiser at Finley’s on Friday, March 23rd at 8: PM. The Nelson Refugee Committee is hosting a spring active-wear fashion show from select stores in Nelson. This special night is in support of two young women from Burma resettling in Nelson. Hsa Moo and Htoo Paw have spent most of their lives behind barbed wire in a refugee camp. It’s time to Bring Them Home!
Tickets: $10 at Otter's or $15 at the door.
Finley's Bar and Grill  

Nov 30
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Mar 1
World Water Day Event on "Fracking" with Dan Woynillowicz
The Nelson Chapter of the Council of Canadians and the West-Kootenay EcoSociety are presenting an information session on the controversial issue of “fracking”. “Fracking” is a technique involving the injection of millions of litres of water and thousands of litres of unidentified chemicals underground at very high pressure creating fractures in the underlying shale rock formations to extract the natural gas below the surface. Join Dan Woynillowicz of the Pembina Institute for a provocative presentation that will explore the climate change and water impacts of shale gas development in BC. Both the issues and solutions facing British Columbians will be discussed. Dan joined the Pembina Institute in 2001 as a policy analyst, and is now the Director of Strategy & Communications. For further information go to http://canadians.org/water/issues/fracking/index.html.


Seniors Branch 51, 717 Vernon St.  

Nov 30
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May 26
I Believe In Music, a vocal concert
Featuring

Heritage Harmony Barbershop Chorus,
Nelson Choral Society,
Members of Corazon and
Kootenay Expressions Quartet

Happening Saturday May 26 at 2:00 and 7:00 pm
at Bethel Christian Centre, 623 Gordon Road.

Tickets are available at the door, from chorus members or from John Glockner at 250-352-6892.

The mens’ groups will sing mainly “Doo Wop” songs of the 50’s and 60’s era, while the Choral Society will perform an international repertoire.

Bethel Christian Centre  

Nov 30
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Sep 23
Kootenay Book Weekend
9th Annual Book Weekend for Passionate Page Turners. The selections this year are: "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford, "Winter Garden" by Kristen Hannah, "The Postmistress" by Sarah Blake and "The Ghost Brush" by Katherine Govier. Read the books and come join us for a weekend of stimulating discussions and fun. The guest author in attendance this year is Katherine Govier who will present a talk, open to the public on Sunday, September 23rd at 11:00 am.
For more information visit our website at www.kootenaybookweekend.ca , email to KBW@KootenayBookWeekend.ca or call Victoria at 250-352-6197
Best Western Baker Street Inn  

Nov 30
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May 1
Calls from Whales: A Forum on the Impacts of Enbridge BC Oil Pipeline
Kootenays for a Pipeline-Free BC presents:

CALLS FROM WHALES
Forum on the Impacts of Enbridge BC Oil Pipeline

Kootenays for a Pipeline-Free BC transports people on a moving journey through a forum on the Impacts of the Enbridge Oil Pipeline.

Featuring Andrew Nikiforuk, investigative journalist and author of award winning book, TAR SANDS: Dirty Oil and the Future of a Continent; Art Sterritt, Executive Chair of Coastal First Nations; and Billy Jo Bray, President of Visions for our Future. Features high-tech power point visuals, locally produced multi-media presentations, inspirational panels and surprise guests.

Calls from Whales provides quality education and is framed in such a way that the audience can connect with possible visions of what it could be like if Enbridge gets the go-ahead.
Tickets $12
Can be purchased at the Capitol Theatre box office or online at
www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca

More information contact:
Nadine Podmoroff, 250-608-1459/
nadia@netidea.com
or Sandra Nelken, 250-352-5274/ sgnelken@shaw.ca
or check out Face book: Kootenays for a Pipeline-Free BC


Capitol Theatre  

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Jun 18
Gravity Therapy Postural Screening Drop-in
Drop-in to find out what your posture is doing. You will walk out with a personalized, image based and measurement driven report on your posture. This screening is open to public by donation. Please tell your friends. All proceeds will go to the Nelson Food Cupboard.

Postural screenings are recommended for all age groups starting in school aged children. Poor posture in children and adolescents has been associated with increased pain and arthritis in adulthood. In adults the screenings are a useful for assessing, comparing and tracking the posture over time in order to monitor and ultimately inhibit the aging process.

Aga de Zwart the founder and Rolf practitioner at Gravity Therapy says: "The postural screenings are quick and insightful. In only takes us a few minutes to generate a personalized, image based and measurement driven report that shows deviations in your posture. We can also compare the two screenings and trend the changes in the posture over time in case of multiple exams.


Gravity Therapy gravitytherapy.com specializes in postural alignment and uses a hands-on approach to work with scars and adhesions in the connective tissue to re-align and balance the posture.

Nelson Medical Associate Clinic  

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Jun 10
Persian rugs Auction
RECEIVERSHIP AUCTION
A long established wholesaler of fine Persian and Eastern imported handmade wool and silk carpets has seized by creditors. Their assets are ordered to be sold by auction liquidations.
PUBLIC AUCTION 2.PM VIEW FROM 1.PM
SUNDAY JUNE 10
Masterpieces of wealth caliber
LARGE WOOL AND SILK
PERSIAN & ORIENTAL RUGS
Plus many more from other corporate contracts;
TRADITIONAL AS WELL AS CONTEMPORARY
TURKOMAN, LARGE SILK JAIPUR, MAHI TABRIZ, KASHAN, SHIRAZ GASHGAI, SILK TABRIZ, FINE GABEH, ANTIQUE SIRJAN,SAROUG, NEPAL, MEIMEHI, CHOBI, FINE NAIN, TIBETTAN,TRIBAL BALOUCH, MOUD, ONE OF A KIND VILLAGE RUGS, RUNNERS, OVERSIZED AND MANY LARGE DINING LIVING ROOM SIZES.
PRESTIGE LAKESIDE RESORT & CONVENTION CENTRE
701 LAKESIDE DRIVE, NELSON
Terms: Cash, Visa,MC ,15% buyers’ premium plus HST applicable. Some items in advertisement are subject to prior sales/error/omissions. Licensed auctioneers. For more info please call 6042291800

Nelson  

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Jun 17
Theatre Event This Weekend!
Are you a French-speaking woman? Dreaming of hitting the stage, or already at ease under the spotlights? Come and take part in bringing to life prose and poetry written by other francophone women.

How? Participate in a 12-hour workshop, with professional actor and theatre
facilitator Emilie Leclerc
When? June 16 & 17, 10am-5pm, with a public performance June 17, at 7pm
Where? Expressions, 554 Ward Street in Nelson
What? One of the winning entries of the first writing contest organised by
Réseau-Femmes Colombie-Britannique

Originally from Québec, Emilie Leclerc settled in Vancouver in 2005 to
further her acting studies at Studio 58. In 2011, Emilie has been nominated
for a Jessie Award, after her first performance as Denise, a mother who
fights to get back her child placed in foster care, in L'Enfant Problème
(Théâtre de la Seizième). She has toured BC and Alberta schools twice, with Théâtre la Seizième. Emilie has also produced, created and directed two
family-oriented plays commissioned by Fort Steele Heritage Town, and is currently creating a performance using absurd/farcical theatre as a criticism of the cult of beauty. Emilie holds a BA from McGill University and is a Studio 58 graduate in Acting.

For more info, check out www.reseaufemmes.bc.ca
or call 1-866-736-6900
Réseau-Femmes. Réseau-Femmes British Colombia is a not-for-profit with a
mission to bring the French-speaking women of British Colombia together; to
represent, promote and defend their rights and interests, and contribute to
their social, cultural and economic empowerment.

This event is organised in partnership with l’Association des francophones
des Kootenays Ouest (l'AFKO).
Expression, 554 Ward Street, Nelson  

Nov 30
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Aug 10
Kid's Summer Day Camp: Army of Love 3
Connect with jungle tribes and discover the adventures of knowing Jesus and making Him known. We will: have ridiculous amounts of fun, eat interesting foods, play jungle games, and meet exciting people. You don't want to miss out! The cost is only $20/kid for the week (including 2 snacks and 1 lunch/day). Registration and information @ www.armyoflove.ca
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"The Pajama Game" musical at the Capitol Theatre
“The Pajama Game” a hilarious and high energy musical performed by local youth as part of the 24th Summer Youth Program at the Capitol Theatre. The story deals with labour troubles in a pajama factory, where worker demands for a seven-and-a-half cent raise are going unheeded. In the midst of this ordeal, love blossoms between Babe, the grievance committee head, and Sid, the new factory superintendent.
Get your tickets online at www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca or stop by the box office Tuesday-Friday noon-4:30pm

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Nov 11
Jesus Christ Superstar
Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, this timeless edgy blockbuster musical will be produced for the first time in Nelson. There are also 2pm matinees on the 10th and 11th. Tickets are $30/$20 for seniors and students, can be purchased at the Capitol 250 352-6363 or online at www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca
Capitol Theatre, Nelson BC  

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Aug 19
West Kootenay Glacier Challenge
1st Annual MS Bike Tour 2-days New Denver to Nelson with lunch in Winlaw at Sleep is for Sissies; overnight in Nelson with a dinner celebration in Lakeside Park. Start Sunday with a pancake breakfast and then bike back to New Denver with a lunch stop in Kaslo, served by Teresa's Sandwiches and Ice Cream.

Fully supported ride with refreshment stations along the route. This is a fundraising event with all funds raised going to the West Kootenay Chapter of the MS Society to support the local programs and services.

Go to www.msbiketours.ca for more information and to register.
New Denver - Nelson - New Denver  

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Art at the Capitol Theatre: Douglas Noblet is currently showing his aerial photographs and prints of the West Kootenay at the Capitol Theatre lobby.
Douglas Noblet is currently showing his aerial photographs and prints of the West Kootenay at the Capitol Theatre lobby. The exhibition runs from October 4 - December 4. Check out the wild-air photography Tuesday thru Friday from noon-4:30pm. Douglas enjoys exploring the wilderness with skis, hiking boots, a paraglider and in airplanes! “ Sometimes I wake up very early in the morning to be ready for takeoff before sunrise, other times landing as day turns to night” says Douglas about how he captures his images. Flying gives Douglas a unique perspective of the Kootenay mountain and lakes. The images in the exhibition are a result of several years of aerial exploring. All work is for sale - a perfect gift!
Canada  

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Oct 5
Kids Book Sale Today
Support LVR Senior Jazz Band at their fundraising book sale. Good quality books for children 5-15 years at reasonable prices. Proceeds will help us attend a National music competition at Musicfest Canada.
508 Innes Street  

Nov 30
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Jun 9
Vendor Market
Come view and purchase local cratfs and wares. To showcase a product call (250) 365 6440. The market runs 9-1pm.
Castelgar Station Museum  

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Nov 17
The Canadian Federation of University Women

"The Nelson and District Chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women will meet at the New Grand Hotel on Vernon Street in Nelson on November 17th.
Coffee at 9:30 AM followed by a club meeting at 10:00 AM
At 11:00 AM Kate Bridger will speak on the topic of Home Design and how to achieve it through a personal perspective.
All are welcome. For further information please contact Dorothy Fraser at 825-0130"

New Grand Hotel Nelson BC  

Nov 30
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Apr 26
North Shore Community Garage Sale
Hosted by 12 Mile Storage.
Buy. Sell. Come for the fun!

* EZ Rock radio will be on location for the entire event
* read about it on the website at www.12mile.ca
* visit us @ www.facebook.com/12milestorage and upload a photo of your most unique or interesting item you’ll be selling for others to see…

During the event, they’ll be lots of on-air give-aways including pool passes and $100 gift certificates to Ainsworth Hot Springs. (Did we mention the free breakfast snacks & drinks???)

If you’d like to take advantage of all the buzz happening around this event to and come sell your things, contact us today. The $15 fee goes to the EcoSociety in support of the Interpretive Centre at Kokanee Creek Provincial Park. We’ll give you a locker for free to set up your things the day before so all you have to do Saturday morning is help yourself to a coffee, open up your locker and start selling!

If you’re more of a shopper than a seller, come on by and join in the festivities.

We hope to see you there!
12 Mile Storage 4691 Hwy 3A North Nelson  

Nov 30
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Sep 22
Kootenay Book Weekend.
Come help us celebrate our 10th Anniversary this year. Read the 4 books and partake in lively discussions. The books chosen for this year are : "The Appointment" by Gerta Muller, "Year of Wonders" by Geraldine Brooks, "State of Wonder" by Ann Patchett and "Alone in the Classroom" by our guest author, Elizabeth Hay. Elizabeth will be in attendance at the Sunday morning discussions as well give a reading, open to the public. ($10.00 at the door)
For more information, check out our website at www.kootenaybookweekend.ca , email us at kbw@kootenaybookweekend.ca or contact Victoria @ 250-352-6197
Best Western on Baker St. in Nelson  

Nov 30
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Jun 8
Papa Thom
Papa Thom performs at this beneift concert for St. Saviour's Food Pantry. More info is available at 352-9871
701 Ward Street  

Nov 30
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Jun 8
Cottonwood Market
The Nelson EcoSociety is putting on their weekly market at Cottonwood Falls Park. Come out to browse local produce, crafts, and listen to local music. The market runs from 9:30-3:30.
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Grans to Grans
Com eout to the Ymir Hotel and learn more about the Grans to Grans initiative. Kazuri jewellery will be for sale.
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The Physics of Fractal Consciousness
A mythical voyage from Chaos to Cosmic Coincidence.

Explore the sacred-geometry of synchronicity through Jamie's (BSc Physics) transformational workshop. From the birth of our universe to the psychology of a universal mind; we’ll unveil the union of science and spirit. Discussions on: Chaos theory, fractals, mythology, quantum mechanics, Jungian psychology & more. We’ll apply our discoveries practically through divination, flow games & meditation to realign your path with the collective subconscious.

Half physicist, half artist, I offer mettamorphic spaces to reveal the divine nature of reality by unifying science and spirit. Having earned a degree in physics I’ve since shared my discoveries through an unfolding series of workshops in the UK and across the West Coast of North America.

Acting as bridge between human experience and the convoluted symbols of science, I bring humanities greatest discoveries into the context of the feeling body. By illuminating the implications of contemporary physics, the parallels between science and spirit become unavoidable. The lens of physics acts as a delightful channel on the path to self realisation by bestowing us with grounded insights. Unity consciousness is realised by dissolving contradiction between the analytical mind and the intuitive, allowing the two to flow in tandem.

The key on this journey is to ensure that one does not confuse the map (physics) with the territory (experience), or we’ll find ourselves eating the menu and so these workshops tend to overflow into other, more tangible, descriptions of reality. Throughout this workshop we’ll travel to the furthest reaches of physics and leap over into the realms of myth, symbol and games to gain a more intimate connection with the linguistics of the psyche.

From the miraculous world of quantum mechanics to the cosmology of consciousness, all we be revealed, no previous experience required!

What’s included in “The Physics of Fractal Consciousness”:

- Chaos Theory: A look at the remarkable relationship between order and chaos
- Fractal geometry – A down the rabbit hole to infinity
- Creation, birth & the big bang
- The butterfly effect & freewill
- The fractal nature of the world, time, the universe and just about everything
- Carl Jung: Chaos Theory & The collective unconscious
- The re-enchantment of Self Organisation: The magic of Synchronicity
- Cosmic coincidences… Absolutely everywhere
- Divination: Extracting order from chaos
- Quantum Mechanics & Divination
- The hero’s journey: Chaoskampf
- Learning to communicate with the collective unconscious
- Live fractal artwork demo
- Ajna meditation / activiation
- Flow, movement & self organising games
- Powerful group divination techniques
- Tea provided…

And a whole bunch more…

$50 / $40 Concession
Nelson Visitor Centre  

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Feb 16
Canadian Federation of University Women
Event Date: February 16
Location: The New Grand Hotel, Banquet Room, 616 Vernon St., Nelson

9:30-coffee;10-Meeting/Resolutions; 11-speaker.12-lunch.
Clare North will speak on 'Environmental Initiatives at TECK-Cominco in Trail'. Interested persons are welcome.

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The New Grand Hotel Nelson  

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Jun 14
award winning one act play "I, Claudia" comes to Nelson
"I, Claudia" by Kristen Thomson
Claudia is an official pre-teen, still reeling from her parents' divorce.  Her father is getting re-married, she has a science fair project coming due, and she is in the physical and emotional throes of puberty.  Finding refuge in the basement of her school, Claudia discovers the pain at the centre of her brimming child's heart.  Some important adults in Claudia's life; her grandfather, her father's new girlfriend, and the school custodian, help shed light on her situation.
Portrayed by a single actor (Lynn van Deursen) the four characters are brought to life with the help of four distinctive masks beautifully hand crafted by Robin Wiltse.  This charming one act play blends the humorous and the painful aspects of life’s struggles with authentic language expertly written by Ms. Thomson and delightfully portrayed by Ms. van Deursen. PG 13

“I, Claudia” was the winner of the 2001 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best New Play.

“with lines and moments that are hilariously funny, totally unexpected and unimpeachably true” The National Post
All Tickets $12 available at the door
For more info contact: vanfam@telus.net
LVR High School, Courtyard Theatre  

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Jun 6
Potluck
Come out and meet fellow French-speaking people! Practice your French and share a meal. Everyone is welcome.
AFKO, 723 Ward Street  

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Jun 7
Clicks and Whistles
Come out and see Clicks and Whistles play at the Spiritbar and jam out!
Spiritbar  

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Jun 1
Lars Moston
A summer-time throwdown featuring Lars Moston, a Berlin house master on Saturday, June 1st. Come get your groove on at the Spiritbar! Doors open at 10 pm and the cover is $5.
Spiritbar  

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Jun 1
Cottonwood Falls Community Market
Nestled right next to the stunning Cottonwood Falls, the Cottonwood market runs ever Saturday in the summer and features local produce and crafts, and local music. Come buy some veggies, a handmade gift, or just listen to the music by the falls.
Cottonwood Falls  

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Jun 5
Open Stage with Estevan
Come out to the Spiritbar for an open stage and showcase your talent. Doors open at 8:30, starts at 9 pm.
Spiritbar  

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Jun 5
The Higgs Particle
An exploration of the origins of matter with Morgan Dehnel at Expressions. Starts at 7:30 pm.
Expressions- 554 Ward Street  

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Oct 24
membership Gathering meeting
The Nelson Global Awareness Network (NGAN) invites you to a Membership Gathering on October 24, 2013 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m Kalin Hospice Center 402 Richards st . This will be of interest to anyone currently involved in International Development volunteer work. Free dinner RVSP nelsongan3@gmail.com

Join us for an evening of discussion, sharing of information, and ideas, and participate in
• Launching of new website
• Information regarding a public engagement funding opportunity
• Helping plan upcoming events and activities
• Mingle share ideas and resources
Kalin Hospice Center 402 Richards St Nelson  

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Dec 5
CO-OPS 101- FREE luncheon sessions How the Co-operative Model Can Ignite Your Business Idea and Strengthen Your Community
Participants will build an understanding of the basic structure, principles and values of co-operative enterprises, steps to starting a co-op, and examples of co-ops big and small across the country.

Entrepreneurs, artists and artisans, retiring business owners, community leaders, graduating students, farmers, consultants, childcare workers, healthcare workers, recreation industry professionals and others are encouraged to attend.

Pre-registration is required via zoe@uccc.coop. Visit www.uccc.coop for more information.

Co-op businesses creatively generate employment while enhancing economic and community development in the area. They thrive in times of economic and social challenges, bridge the gap between business and people, and enable individuals to do together what they could never do alone.

Presented by The Upper Columbia Co-op Council and the Basin Business Advisors Program.
Community Futures, Nelson  

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Mar 11
Celtic Traditional Knowledge - 3 Class Series
Celtic Traditional Knowledge
This 3 class series is an introduction to the history, beliefs and magic of the Celtic Traditions. These ancient teachings can show us how to live up to what's best in ourselves, to pursue our desires and to have faith that we can make a difference in this world. Subjects will include:
• Celtic History
• Wheel of Time and Celt Festivals,
• Laws, Precepts and Oaths
• The Fifth Element and the Three Realms
• Knowledge of the Trees, Ogham (alphabet),
• The Four Hallows
• The Nine Virtues and Correspondences
• The Animal Symbols
Dates: Tuesday February 25th, March 4th and 11th
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Place: Nelson Women’s Centre, 420 Mill St. Nelson BC
To register email: small.medium@hotmail.com Cost: By Donation

Nelson Women's Centre  

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Aug 1
Ecstatic Dance Kaslo
ECSTATIC DANCE KASLO for August 24th.

Get up early and shake your soul at a beautiful beach stage on the shores of Kaslo Bay! The forth Sunday of the Month ~ June 22nd, July 27th and August 24th. An all ages event based on the Ecstatic Dance Sunday format that blends the influences of Osho from India with the 5 Rhythms of Gabrielle Roth and the global tribal DJ dance culture.

The third of this conscious morning/afternoon dance event series is Sunday August 24th from 10:30 am until the late afternoon in beautiful Kaslo Bay Park (Jazz Fest Site) with optional movement/vocal workshops at 2 pm. Ecstatic Dance Kaslo is located at semi private terraced dancefloor with sacred mesa area overlooking a beautiful beach with an expansive view of north Kootenay Lake and just a few minutes walk from downtown Kaslo.


Experience your own unique dance style to a sweet program including soulful dj sets with integrated musical artists. This month's event features an opening Edance playlist at 10:30 am followed by an opening circle at 11:11. A live dj set with local downtempo djs Niki Hunter (Dj Syrinx) and Sijay James just returning from an epic Shambala where they played a beautiful early morning set. After a brief closing circle at 1:11 and lunch break, we will have a Beach Picnic Jam at 1:30 pm and will include Jaeden Woodland, Colin Sleuth and others. At 2 pm, workshops will commence on the terrace/shaded area. Cost of the event $12-$20 at the door (but no one will be turned away for lack of funds). Registration for optional afternoon workshops will also be collected at the door. Food will be available to order from the Backroad Smoothie Bar and El Carozon Taqueria at the entrance beginning at 1:30 pm.

Getting to Kaslo and staying here:

Kaslo is a 55 min drive from Nelson and so we are coordinating community carpooling. If you have an extra seat in your car or are looking for a ride, the meeting spot will be at Cottonwood falls park at 9:30 am or check the Kootenay Ride Share website. Local food will be available to order in to the site, but we also recommend packing some snacks. Drinking water will be provided. And there is a primitive toilet facility on site. Children under 12 are welcome to attend for free as long as they are being looked after by an adult.

Overnight accommodation is also available in Kaslo including guest houses, camping and a brand new hotel. We also have two pre-Edance events happening in Kaslo this month including a hiphop show at the Kaslo Hotel with Dr. Oop and Dj Sleuth and Rhoneil on Friday August 22nd. All Day Saturday is a Onefest Extravaganza at the Underbelly and Berry Farm. KootenayOnefest is located on the Kaslo Backroad and camping is available at this location Friday and Saturday nights. Come early to the event to participate as a volunteer for Edance set up at 9 am Sunday morning at Kaslo Bay Park.

This is a drug and alcohol free sacred space so please respect your surroundings and do not bring drugs and alcohol on the grounds. We are really grateful to people who can hold this intention for everyone involved.


Web Page:
www.kootenaylakedance.wordpress.com
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Kaslo Bay Beach Park (Jazz Fest Site)  

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Dec 7
The Capitol Theatre presents its 27th Annual Christmas Pantomime "Bedtime Rhymes Pantomime" written by Lisel Forst. Performances will take place December 4, 5 & 6 at 7:30 p.m. and December 6 & 7 at 2 p.m. 
Lisel Forst’s Bedtime Rhymes Pantomime story brings together a variety of well known and loved children’s story characters. Find yourself at the Annual Christmas Market Pie Festival where an evil spell has been cast over the free thinking individual Citizens of Nursery Rhymeland. Mother Goose is very concerned, Georgie Porgie sneaks up and lays a big kiss right on The Girl With A Curl’s cheek! You will be surprised how often reality is stranger than fiction when one is on the quest to take over everything and be the ruler of the whole wide world of Nursery Rhymeland!

The panto is a mainstay of local theatre featuring community members of all ages in ridiculous, hilarious and heroic roles! This years panto features Darren Fuss, Eli Geddis, Marleah Staten, Anna Bundschuh, Zak Higgins, Ty Wright, Heather Gingras, Brian Monroe and 46 more community members! It's fun, it's community support, it’s a Capitol Theatre fundraiser, it's the start of the season! Tickets at capitoltheatre.bc.ca
Capitol Theatre Nelson, 421 Victoria Street  

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