theExpressNewsUpdatebuilding community since 1988 Friday August 5, 2011 Vol. 1, No. 22 Flightfest 2011 Saturday, August 6The Nelson Pilots Association will be hosting the annual Nelson BC Flightfest and Airport Appreciation Day on Saturday August 6,2011. This aviation event attracts both locals and folks flying in from across BC, Alberta, the US and beyond. Nelson’s MunicipalAirport will be buzzing with activity for young and old as well as pilots and non pilots.Featured will be several renowned Canadian airshow performers such as Bill Carter, John Mrazek, Paul Hajduk. Also making anappearance will be the Canadian Military with two aircraft doing flying displays as well as on static display all day Saturday.Support general aviation and the airports that serve us so well by planning to be part of this grass roots aviation tradition. Formore information, visit www.nelsonpilots.ca For up to the minute weather, visit The ExpressUpdate weather site: http://nelsonbc.westerncawx.com IN THIS ISSUE Page 2 Page 9 Page 12 Express Films Fun & Games Special Events Pages 3,4,5,6 Page 10 Page 13 Ongoing events Community News Extreme Coupons Page 14 Page 7,8 Page 11 Classified listings Survey Question & Music events and Page 15 Results Sudoku Express Update FAQ
Page 2 theExpress Update Friday, August 5, 2011ExpressNews & Presents...The Chorus - Les ChoristesLakeside Park, Sun. Aug. 7, 8:00 p.m. FREECome join The Chorus,us for a (French withfeature ﬁlm English Sub-presentation titles) is a 2004in the park. drama ﬁlm. A story aboutThe show- a boy’s innering will be transformationson a 12 foot that lead to thescreen with discovery of hisstereo sound musical talents.set up. Rated PG-13For more information please contact the Express news at 250-354-3910
theExpress Update CommunityNews Page 3 Friday, August 5, 2011Staff of Nelson & District Credit Union present Lilith Swetland, project administrator and Diane Ermacora, president of the Circleof Habondia Lending Society, $2500 on behalf of their credit union members. The money will help fund a portion of Habondia’sCommunity WISH Project asset building program. The 2-year WISH project is the first financial literacy and asset building programfor low income women in the Nelson area. Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.habondia.kics.bc.caCBT dollars put resources in the hands of communities so they can Submit your young kids to trained pro- fessionals, I think there arefor youth enhance local opportunities and meet local youth pri- Ideas for many people here that have great ideas to share, so I’mColumbia Basin Trust hasa new program to support orities in their regions,” said Garry Merkel, CBT Chair, CHANGE. It is hoping this contest will give them that opportunity.”youth in Basin communi-ties. Community Directed Board of Directors. Merkel a contest! Displays can be polished went on to say, “Youth are Do you have a good idea to and computer generated, orYouth Funds (CDYF) will the future of the Basin and address climate change that as simple as handwrittenbe piloted in six communi- as such are an important just needs a little money? text and drawings taped toties and their surrounding area for CBT to be investing Or maybe a favourite relat- the wall. All ages are wel-areas this fall. CDYF tar- funds.” ed non-profit organization come to enter,gets youth ages 12-19 and Guidelines and applica- that you’d like to promote? Register in person at thewill provide each area with tions will be available in Then check out the “Ideas gallery by Wed, Aug 24,$100,000 over four years to the fall, but those wanting for Change” all ages contest, 5pm (late entries may beincrease activities, oppor- to better understand the being held at Touchstones accommodated, space andtunities and services for program are encouraged to Nelson: Museum of Art time permitting)youth. The program will be call Wayne Lundeberg at and History located at 502 The Change exhibit willavailable to the remainder 1.250.304.1625 or email Vernon St. open the evening of Friday,of the Basin over the next email@example.com with “sub- “Small actions add up,” says September 2, from 7-9pm,two years. scribe to CDYF info” in the curator Rod Taylor, “and and run to November 20,“The intent of Community subject line to receive pro- sometimes the best solu- 2011. For information callDirected Youth Funds is to gram updates. -submitted tions are the simplest. From 352.9813.
theExpress Update CommunityNews Page 4 Friday, August 5, 2011Columbia Basin Culture Tour – August 13 &14, 2011Taking place Friday and Saturday, August 13 and 14 from10a.m. - 5p.m,, the Columbia Basin Culture Tour allowsyou to explore artists’ studios, museums, art galleries andheritage sites during this free, self-guided event.You can travel to studios and archives that aren’t normallyopen, see demonstrations, new exhibitions and collectionsor meet people behind the scenes. To participate in thetour, simply grab a map, your Culture Tour Directory andgo!Tour brochures are available at tourist information centresand participating venues. Visit the website at www.cbcul-turetour.com to view full artist/venue profiles for further PHOTO: JEREMY ADDINGTONdetails on each location’s activities or register to receive a Talented, full-time potter Lisa Martin is located in Beasley, working fromtour brochure in the mail. For further information, call the her pottery studio at home produces mostly functional and vibrantlyCKCA at 1-250-505-5505 or toll free at 1-877-505-7355. glazed wheel thrown porcelain pottery and sculptural vessels. St. Saviour’s Pro-Cathedral Church Tour During this year’s Columbia Basin Cultural Tour dis- cover one of Nelson’s Heritage jewels and enjoy the “A Cathedral Whispers” presentation on the magnificent memorial stained glass windows at St.Saviour’s Anglican Church. The Church, located at the corner of Silica and Ward Streets, will be open Saturday August 13 from 11am to 5pm and Sunday August 14 from 1 pm till 5pm as part of the Tour. In addition to this; at 2 pm each day Local history researcher, Greg Scott, will give a half-hour presentation highlighting the people and history of the 16 memorial stained glass windows and some of the memorial plaques in the Church. St. Saviour’s Pro-Cathedral is a by-law designated Heritage Church built in 1898 and rebuilt in 1929 after a disastrous fire. It is an excellent example of Gothic Perpendicular church architecture and its impressive size and detailing make the building a stand-out among much smaller, and very simply detailed Protestant churches. The Church is also open for self-guided tours 11 am to 3 pm Monday to Saturday inclusive, during the months of July and August.In addition to half-timbered and carved wood architectural highlights, Admission is free to the daily tours, though donationsthe Church contains 16 memorial stained glass windows, including the are accepted and books detailing the church’s history areremarkable Good Shepherd window, as well as numerous memorial available. The Church is also open Sundays for regularplaques and furniture. service at 10:30 am.
Page 5 theExpress Update Friday, August 5, 2011 CommunityNewsAnkors holds Art Slam The only rules are the The competition is fromANKORS (West theme and prop (as given August 19th to 22nd,Kootenay Boundary at the kick-off meeting) with a Showcase eventAIDS Network, Outreach must be present in the at 7pm, Friday Augustand Support Society) is final product, and the 26th at the Prestigeholding Nelson’s first deadline is absolute. Lakeside Resort. Theever 72 Hour Art Slam 100% of the money Showcase will include aas a major fundraiser this raised from the event wine & cheese receptionsummer! An art slam is goes to supporting indi- and an art silent auction.an art competition with viduals affected by HIV/ Tickets are $10-20 slid-a twist. AIDS, such as subsidiz- ing scale and availableTeams or individuals ing health care costs. at ANKORS (101 Bakerwill have 72 hours to However, this event also Street Nelson).create and submit an aims to join the com- Contact Carmen ororiginal piece of art- munity together through Brahm at ANKORSwork. Participants can art. By keeping the at 505.5506, aids-submit a film, poetry, event parameters open, firstname.lastname@example.org, photo: Pheonix Olivia makeup by Corsini Walkertheatre, song, painting,sculpture, dance—any we hope to draw all dif- ferent genres of art and or ankors.ca for more information and to reg- New resident at Oxygentype of artist expression. artists. ister. Mutya Macatumpag is a multi-disci- plinary and independent dance artist, actress, vocalist, choreographer andKSA Faculty It will also explore the traditions behind each artist’s practice and how visual artist. She is also an instructor of a dance fusion called “Free FormExhibition in they transform the traditional into the contemporary. Footwork”. In 2010 Mutya was seen hitting theGrand Forks The artists share their relationship to stages in Montreal, Quebec, perform- ing vocals with artist Clara FureyThe next exhibition at Gallery 2 cel- materials, tools and techniques, as at the Musee d’art contemporain deebrates contemporary craft and art well as the collaborative relationship Montreal, and solo dance performanc-created by 24 artists who teach and that develops between mentor and es at the Perverse Cite Festival andwork at the Kootenay School of the student. the Montreal International Woman’sArts at Selkirk College in Nelson. This exhibition entitled, Connections Conference.The Faculty and staff have dedicat- Materialized, will open with a recep- This Summer Mutya will be fulfillinged this exhibition to a former col- a one month residency in Nelson, BC tion on Saturday, August 13, from1-league and friend Tom Lynn. Tom was with Oxygen Arts Centre, where she 3pm, with an opportunity for the pub- will be teaching dance and developinginvolved in the early developmental lic to meet the artists and learn about and presenting a collaborative workstages of the school and was instru- their diverse disciplines. with partner, visual artist and writermental in the establishment of the Monica Hepburn.school’s Metal Program. The exhibition will run until October 9, 2011. Gallery 2 is located at 524 Mutya Macatumpag and MonicaThis important exhibition reveals the Hepburn will be collaborating ondiversity of ideas and materials found Central Avenue and is open from exciting work during their Augustin the work of these art educators and Monday to Sunday, 9am-5pm dur- residency at Oxygen. They will alsothe quality of art and craft produced ing August and Monday to Saturday, be offering workshops for youth andand taught in the West Kootenay. 10am-4pm during September. adults.
theExpress Update CommunityNews Page 6 Friday, August 5, 2011 An Evening with Wiñay Taki AylluSelfDesign High, 2nd Floor, Dressed in traditional Andean cos- sal interconnection, reciprocity, andCanadian Legion tume, we will be greeted with Pututus respect for all life. This will be fol- - conch shells, followed by an intro- lowed by a slideshow on Kusi Kawsay402 Victoria Street, Nelson BC duction to the group. Wiñay Taki (“Happy Life”), a Waldorf-inspiredSaturday, August 13th at 7 pm. will share the teachings of the Andean school based on traditional AndeanWelcome the members of Wiñay Taki Calendar portrayed in traditional culture. The evening will end withAyllu, visiting the Kootenays this music featuring flutes and drums. dance & celebration. $10 at the door.summer from the village of Pisac, in Wiñay Taki will also show a video on Contact 250-352-0818 for more infor-the Sacred Valley of Peru. Kawsay Raymi, celebrating univer- mation Mighty Popo with Papa Roots and Kirby Saturday, August 13th - of one of Canada’s great- charm, wit, resilience and, The Royal, 9pm est rising stars. yes, joie de vivre. The highly talented Juno Recent history has made This is a unique oppor- winner is bringing his Rwanda and Burundi a tunity to see one of the African rhythm & roots kind of shorthand for vio- world’s finest performers band to the Kootenay’s lence, chaos and geno- in a small club. Opening for a very special perfor- cide. One might think that the show will be Kirby, a mance. all music, dance, laughter, talented, upbeat and con- civility and joie de vivre tagious singer-songwriter You could say that in those countries had dis- the Mighty Popo is a and DJ Papa Roots and appeared into a vortex of Rwandan/Burundian refu- his blend of funky, world despair. Popo – a Rwandan gee/survivor whose music born in a Burundian refu- rhythms. is steeped in African tradi- gee community – is evi- Tickets $15 available at tion, but you’d hardly be dence to the contrary. He www.liveattheroyal.com - getting at the whole story is a person of enormous and Royal Espresso .
Page 7 theExpress Update Friday, August 5, 2011 theSurvey The Kootenay Express Update Non-Scientific Survey Question This week’s survey is about composting Results of the survey will be used by Earth Matters Compost Education Project to better understand Nelson andarea residents’ composting habits. The Earth Matters Compost Education Project is designed to promote the valueand importance of backyard/indoor composting as a way to significantly reduce the amount of organic waste reachingoverfull landfill sites. In order to have the most beneficial programming possible, Earth Matters needs the commu-nity’s input, which will be used to guide composting education programming decisions. Thank you for participatingin our survey! http://surveymonkey.com/s/RDNLM7NEarth Matters has plenty of compost education materials and upcoming workshops around the community. To findout more or become a volunteer, drop by the Earth Matters ECO Centre at 563 Ward St., call the compost hotline at250 352 2513, or find our booth at the Wednesday and Saturday Markets. THE ANSWERS TO LAST WEEKS SURVEY See comments next page
Page 8 theExpress Update Friday, August 5, 2011 Sunday, August 14,, Lakeside Park The EXPRESS and the EcoSociety present:A special night under the stars, co-sponsored by the ExpressNewsUpdate and the West KootenayEcoSociety. Plans are still being developed. Look forward to a special evening. Watch this space formore information.As part of its mission to protect the environment and create a just and sustainable commu-nity, West Kootenay EcoSociety invites you to an environmentally-themed movie at Lakeside Park on August14 at 800pm. The movie (title TBA) will be free, fun. and family-friendly, in keeping with EcoSociety’sinclusive and community-based approach to sustainability. Come join us for a great night in the Park. theSurvey Your survey comments - Do you drink tap water?It is filtered through a home system so is clean. i understand it’s safeIn spite of all the “hoopla” I think we have safe drinking However, a person with a compromised immune systemwater. I prefer not to consume chlorine so filter my water. may want to take extra precautions.We have a well at 140 feet deep in the Slocan Valley...it’s Brita filter. Since travelling to SE Asia and Africa I feel ourgreat! tap water is amazing and we are extremely fortunate! Also:chlorean. I’m not sure about how it affects my body. I wish my neighbours would stop watering their driveways with such a precious resource. Bring on the water meter!don’t want to ingest chlorine or other people’s prescriptiondrugs I boil tap water and cool it, and it doesn’t taste like chlo- rine. I also get spring water from a friend’s rural placeIt is safe, clean, inexpensive and does not come in plastic weekly which is mostly what i drink.bottles.The City of Nelson has always had good quality water. Letters to the Editor Policy and Guidelines We encourage our readers to write and to the point. include your name, address andto us. Please address letters meant We reserve the right to edit letters for phone number. Only your name andfor publication to the editor and send the community where you live willvia email to express@expressnews. taste and clarity, and the decision to be published.bc.ca or sumbit through our website publish or not to publish is completely at the discretion of the editor and We will not print “name withheld”at www.expressnews.ca letters. Opinions in the paper are We do not accept open letters. Letters publisher. not necessarily those of the Expressmust be short (200 words maximum) All letters must be signed and Update or its advertisers.
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theExpress Update Free with this coupon Page 10 Friday, August 5, 2011This anthology of Travis T. cartoons appeared in the Expressbefore 1994. The famous cartoonist Christopher Rohrmoserdrew them for the former Express newspaper. We then pub-lished them into their own comic book.We discovered a secret stash of a limited number of theseillustrated tomes. Share with us this hilarious, timelessadventure in the Kootenays. Please redeem this coupon at the EXPRESS office: 554 Ward St.. We are open Monday to Thursday, 9a.m. to 11 a.m. This offer expires Monday, August 15, 2011 Call or email if you wish to have us mail Travis T. to you. The cost of mailing and enve- lope is $2.50. 1-250-354-3910 email@example.com
stuffHappens Page 11 theExpress Update Friday, August 5, 2011 Events Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 14Got an event you want everyone to know about? Submit your Event Listing at: http://www.expressnews.ca live music Papa Roots and his blend of Bogl will finish the night Sat. Aug. 13 funky, world rhythms. Fri. Aug. 5. with some Bass Swagger, Mighty Popo with Papa Sun. Aug. 14 Lazy Poker Blues Band. and Dub Step Goodness. Roots and Kirby. The Royal.The Royal. 9:30p.m. Tickets$10 at the door. Unique twist The Jones Brothers Jam Sudoku Classic- 8p.m. ABlues Jam. 4p.m. Royal 9p.m. Tickets $15 available at www.liveattheroyal.com weekly afternoon Band. Finleys. 8p.m. Come of Blues featuring Nelson’sof blues and funk down and enjoy some great and Royal Espresso. Juno blues players as hosted by Shambhala, Canada’s music or bring along your award winning African rhythm Craigpremiere Electronic Music instrument and join in. & roots band. Opening theFestival. Music and entertain- show will be Kirby, a talent- Cliff Maddix and friends ed, singer-songwriter and DJment all weekend long. for 6p.m. The Librar y Loungemore info visit www.shamb-halamusicfestival.com. Thisis a sold out event Wed. Aug. 10 Royal Soul Recovery Sudoku Sat. Aug. 6 The Royal. 9:30p.m. fea- turing Trotter, Neighbour vs Shambhala, Canada’s DJ Soup, Wax Romeo and 6 5 2 3premiere Electronic Music Funk the System. This willFestival. See Aug 5. be a great night on the 2 7 3 4 6 9 Sun. Aug. 7 dancefloor! Tickets $10 Shambhala, Canada’s availbale at www.liveatthe- royal.com. 5 8 7 9 6 2premiere Electronic MusicFestival. See Aug 5. Ganga Giri & Adham Shaikh - The Spirit Bar 4 7 Royal Blues Jam. 4p.m.- 8p.m. A weekly afternoon Paul Landsberg at theof Blues featuring Nelson’s Librar y Lounge. 6p.m. to 6 5 8 3blues players as hosted by 10p.m.Craig Atkins Thurs. Aug. 11 9 7 4 Nikko at the Hume Library Wax Mannequin withLounge. 6p.m. to 10p.m. Almanak. The Royal. 1 2 5 Atkins 9p.m. Tickets $10 avail- Nikko at the Hume Library able at www.liveattheroyal. com, Eddy Music and Royal 2 3Lounge. 6p.m. to 10p.m. Espresso. This intensely Karaoke. Finley’s Irish Bar sincere ar tist is known 7 4 3 5and Grill. 9p.m. for his thought provoking, TO WIN : every row, column and 3 by 3 square must each Mon. Aug. 8 extravagant live Rock per- contain the digits 1 to 9. formances. Opening set by Solution on page 13 Sarah & Rich at the Library Nelson’s own Almanak!Lounge. 6 p.m. to 10p.m. Kiyo Elkuf and friends at Tues. Aug 9 the Librar y Lounge. 6p.m. Soulfull Recovery Feat. to 10p.m.Russ Liquid, Bogl, Honey 6 5 2 3Larochelle & Erica Dee. The Fri. Aug. 12 Print me and hang me All Request DJ. Finley’s 2 7 3on your fridge! 9Royal. 10p.m. Tickets $10available at www.liveattheroy- Irish Bar and Grill 4 6al.com and at the door. Live Deekline - The Spirit Barspontaneous soul. Russ and 5 8 7 9 6 2 4 7
Page 12 theExpress Update Friday, August 5, 2011 stuffHappens special events Fri. Aug. 5 Touchstones Nelson Thurs. Aug 11 Sun. Aug. 7 Shambhala, Canada’s is offering extra free guid- Kristy Gordon, will be Movie in the Park . ed tours of the Permanent teaching a three day por-premiere Electronic Music Lakeside Park. ExpressnewsFestival. Music and entertain- Museum with paid admis- trait painting workshop in and the AFKO are proud sion. July 16th to Aug. 20th. Nelson. Space permitting.ment all weekend long. for to present the movie: Lesmore info visit www.shamb- Helen Miles 250-352-9813 firstname.lastname@example.org. Choristes (The Chorus)halamusicfestival.com. This original French version with Wed. Aug. 10 Sat. Aug. 13is a sold out event English subtitles. 8p.m. No Crafternoon. The Nelson Cottonwood Market Sat. Aug. 6 charge. Municipal Library. Make 9:30a.m. at Cottonwood Cottonwood Market RC Electric Buggy and Zines and handmade stick- Falls Park.9:30a.m. at Cottonwood truggy dirt track racing, at ers with Laurryn. (Zines are Touchstones NelsonFalls Park. 6 mile North Shore, 11a.m. Do it yourself magazines is offering extra free guid- email@example.com made with magazine collage, ed tours of the Permanent Touchstones Nelson your own words and ideas,is offering extra free guid- Mon. Aug. 8 Museum with paid admis- clippings and photos.) A zine sion. July 16th to Aug. 20th.ed tours of the Permanent Cottonwood Market is done as a labor of love,Museum with paid admis- Helen Miles 250-352-9813 9:30a.m. at Cottonwood and so all levels of qualitysion. July 16th to Aug. 20th. Falls Park are acceptable and welcome. Sun. Aug. 14Helen Miles 250-352-9813 Contact 250-352-8259. For Movie in the Park . more info. Lakeside Park. Expressnews and the Ecosociety are proud to present an evening of Answers to music and film. 8p.m. No Kootenay charge. Crossword RC Electric Buggy and truggy dirt track racing, at 6 mile North Shore, 11a.m. firstname.lastname@example.org see puzzle on page 8In the rare case of an attack, pepper spray mustbe sprayed directly into the bear’s nose or eyes.Applied on clothing, your tent or the ground, it canactually attract bears.www.bearsmart.comBear Smart Hotline: 250 359-6611
Page 13 theExpress Update Friday, July 29, 2011 ongoing events Wednesdays Fridays Movies in the Park. Heritage Harmony Downtown Nelson Local Stories in the Park with Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. Barbershop Chorus.Market. 400 block of Baker Richard Rowberry. Kokanee 7:30p.m. - 9p.m. Weekly fam- Welcoming anyone! Tim 250-St. 9:30a.m. - 3p.m. Visitors’ Centre. 7:30p.m. - ily movies from nature films to 825-9694 or John 250-352- 8:30. 250-354-1909 6892 Yoga in the Park, Kokanee old classics. 250-354-1909Visitors’ Centre 11 a.m. – Yoga in the Park, Kokanee Drum Circle! Every 1st andnoon. Sharlene Bund. 250- RC Electric Buggy and 3rd Monday of the month.354-1909 Visitors’ Centre. 8a.m. – truggy dirt track racing, at 9a.m. Sharlene Bund. 250- 6 mile North Shore, 11a.m. 6:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. 3374 Nelson Women’s Centre 354-1909 South Slocan Village Rd. OldDrop-in. Noon - 4p.m. Free email@example.com Church Hall. Beginners wel-clothing and food. 420 Mill Gender Outlaws, a support Fitness in the Park, come. Joel 250-226-0068St. 250-352-9916 and social group for trans and gender diverse folks. Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. Yoga in the Park, Kokanee Kids Art in the Park, 8:30a.m. – 9:45a.m. 250- Visitors’ Centre. 11a.m.–Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. 1 250-354-5362 354-1909 noon. Sharlene Bund. 250-p.m. – 3 p.m. Saturdays 354-1909 Naturalist Program, St. John’s Lutheran ChurchKokanee Visitors’ Centre. Cottonwood Market 9:30a. Service. Everyone welcome Tuesdays m. at Cottonwood Falls Park to 4p.m. worship. 21 Silica7:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. 250- Fitness in the Park,354-1909 Naturalist Program, St. 250-354-3308 Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. Darts at the Nelson Legion. Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. A Hike in the Woods. 8:30a.m. – 9:45a.m. 250-7:30p.m. 250-352-7727 7:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. 250- Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. 354-1909 354-1909 10a.m. – 11a.m. 250-354- Thursdays Jerry’s Rangers Childrens Colin Payne Nature 1909 program. Kokanee Visitors’ Fitness in the Park, Photography Workshop. Centre. 10a.m. – 11a.m.Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. Cribbage at the Legion Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. beverage room, 12:45p.m. 250-354-19098:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. 250- 12:30p.m. – 5p.m. Explore 250-352-7727354-1909 many of the features of your Breast Cancer Support camera. Sign up for class by Ascension Lutheran Group. Community First Nelson Women’s Centre. Health Co-op, 518 Lake St.Drop-in. Noon - 4p.m. Free calling KVC, 825-4723 Church Service 10:15a.m. 1805 Silverking Rd. All are Noon on every 4th Tuesday.clothing and food. 420 Mill Touchstones Nelson welcome. 250-352-2515 Alice 250-352-6223 orSt. 250-352-9916 is offering extra free guid- Nadine 250-359-7777 Jerry’s Rangers Childrens ed tours of the Permanent Quaker Meetings at 723 Museum with paid admission. Ward St. Upstairs. 10a.m. Kids Crafts with Romany.program. Kokanee Visitors’ Kokanee Visitors’ Centre.Centre. 10a.m. – 11a.m. July 16 - Aug. 20. Helen Miles 250-354-3859. Everyone wel- 250-352-9813 come 7:30p.m. - 8:30. 250-354-250-354-1909 1909 Toastmasters: Improve Yoga in the Park, Kokanee Texas Hold’em Poker at Visitors’ Centre. 8a.m. – the Nelson Legion. 12p.m. Kids Art in the Park,your public speaking, com- Kokanee Visitors’ Centre.munication and leadership 9a.m. Sharlene Bund. 250- Last Sunday of every month. 354-1909 250-352-7727 1p.m. – 3p.m.skills. 2nd and 4th Thursdayof every month. www.toast- Meat Draws at Nelson Mondays Acupuncture formasters.ca Legion. 3:30p.m., in bever- Addictions. Free drop-in clin- Naturalist Program, ic, 1:30p.m. Located at 333 Kids Art in the Park, age room with Karaoke after. Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. 250-352-7727 Victoria St., 2nd Floor. 250-Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. 7:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. 250- 505-72481p.m. – 3p.m. The Nelson Scrabble Club 354-1909 meets at 1p.m. For further Nelson Women’s Centre Acupuncture for Addictions. Pool Table Nights, Finley’s drop-in. Noon - 4p.m. FreeFree drop-in clinic. 9:30a.m. information, please call 250- Irish Bar and Grill 352-6936 clothing and food. 420 MillLocated at 333 Victoria St., 2nd St. 250-352-9916Floor. 250-505-7248 La Leche League (breast- Sundays feeding information and sup- Science in the Park. Naturalist Program, Kids matinee. Kokanee port). 3rd Monday of each Kokanee Visitors’ Centre.Kokanee Visitors’ Centre. Visitors’ Centre. Classic kids month, except July/August. 7:30p.m. - 8:30. 250-354-7:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. 250- movies. 5:30 - 6:30. 250- 10 - 11:30 a.m. 312 Silica 1909354-1909 354-1909 St. 250-352-3583
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