Horoscope for November 2019

  Tip of the Month: Haloween goes into overtime. The Scorpio New Moon in late October hosted a Mercury/Venus conjunction in Scorpio. Altogether, it seeded a particularly exuberant and passionate cycle, it also contained some complexities linked to the celestial lovers, Venus and Mars, in each others ruling sign – a role reversal. Despite the […]

Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance

CKCA Announces 2019-20 Funded Projects 2019-20 CKCA Funded Brochure FINAL CKCA Media Release 2019-20 Funded Brochure FINAL COLUMBIA KOOTENAY CULTURAL ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES 2019–2020 FUNDED PROJECTS (Columbia Basin) – Over 150 arts and culture projects—including the Columbia Basin Culture Tour— have received a total of $750,000 in funding support for the 2019-20 season through the Columbia […]

Kalein Centre

Kalein Centre announces Dead Poets Gala, donation to Osprey Community Foundation Katie Macpherson (left) meets with Sheila Martin and Dave Martin to accept their generous gift to Kalein Centre and The Kalein Endowment Fund. Spring commences with the announcement of Kalein’s first black-tie fundraising gala, to be held at the Hume Hotel on May 2, […]

Selkirk College’s Ski Resort Operations and Management program

Annual SROAMazing Race back at Whitewater Ski Resort for a third year.   Selkirk College’s Ski Resort Operations and Management program is proud to announce this years’ event will once again be held at Nelson’s Whitewater Ski Resort. NELSON – This years’ SROAMazing Race is back once again and being held, for the third year […]

Special Olympics Nelson

Have a Safe and Healthy 2019

Kalein Centre

2018 Fall Death Café Series Invitation Letter August 31, 2018 Dear Community and Friends, Please join us at Kalein Centre in Nelson for another series of death cafés, happening September 26, October 24, and November 28 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Since 2013, Kalein has been hosting death cafés as part of an international […]

Nelson Ducks Unlimited Chapter Important message

Dear Friends and Supporters, Wetlands are amazing. They clean out water and help mitigate flooding by acting as nature’s sponges. They store carbon and provide habitat to wildlife. They are also among the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. Ducks Unlimited Canada {DUC} understand how the wetlands benefit all Canadians. That is why for 80 […]

What’s Playing at The Civic – Feb 23 – March 01, 2018

FEBRUARY 23 – MARCH 1 Buy Your Tickets Online Coldsmoke Opener: Variety Show Friday Feb 23 Doors at 6:30pm, Show at 7:00pm With a line up of wacky and dynamic talent, this evening is sure to have you laughing, thinking and hopefully being totally moved by the stunning world (and mountain culture) we all know and […]

Festival Of Lights Tuesday December 5, 2017

 Join us for Festival Of Lights December 5, 2017 5:00 – 7:00pm Location: Kalein Centre 402 West Richards St. Nelson Questions: Email us at info@kaleinhospice.org Call us at 250-352-3331 5:00 – 5:30 pm Tree of Remembrance and Refreshments 5:30 – 6:30 pm Welcome by Brooke Leatherman and performances featuring Slava Doval’s Dance Fusion 6:30 – 7:00 pm Place […]