If your organization is looking to make capital improvements to an arts and culture venue, the Arts and Culture Venue Grants program may be for you. Projects must be for a venue with a clear and dedicated arts and cultural focus that provides arts and cultural programming to residents without exclusion to anyone. Improvements to dedicated outdoor spaces might be considered. Applicants are encouraged to contact the CBT to receive project and application assistance with an advisor. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.505.8998.
Eligible applicants include registered non-profits, public organizations, local governments and Indigenous organizations within the Columbia Basin Trust region.
The Capitol Theatre
Nelson’s Premiere Performing Arts Venue
Box Office Hours: 12-4:30 pm Tue-Fri
Online sales: http://www.capitoltheatre.ca <http://www.capitoltheatre.bc.ca>
P.O. Box 403, 421 Victoria Street, Nelson, BC V1L 5R2
Get your tickets now for the 2018 garden tour. Also, listen to radio doc on Kaslo Food Hub
Bring a friend, or your whole family, and enjoy this self-guided tour around interesting food production gardens in the Kaslo area. Still need a ticket? No problem: pick one up on Saturday at the Kaslo Saturday Market (look for the NKLCSS booth), or beforehand at Sunnyside Naturals, Willow Home Gallery or the NKLCSS office. If you can’t pick up tickets until the day of the tour just come by the Kaslo Food Hub and we’ll be selling tickets and giving out maps to locate the gardens. Come out for this annual fundraiser that supports the NKL Food Cupboard!
Start your tour by attending the “Perennials Planting” workshop with Catherine McCormick at the Kaslo Community Gardens at 9am. (Please note: workshop free to KCG members. Membership: $5 – can be bought at the gardens before workshop).
And….while you visit the Food Hub on your tour, browse through the selection of Vesey’s bulbs you can order. Each order raises money for the Kaslo Food Hub, Order forms will be available.
Kaslo Food Hub featured in new Kootenay Co-op Radio Documentary Series
Our local community radio station has recently completed a documentary series profiling the innovative and inspiring work of a variety of organizations across the Kootenays. Amplifying Voices of the Community featured our food security project and it makes for great listening. Click on the link below to listen to the 15 minute documentary about our work here at the Kaslo Food Hub.
Note: To find our documentary, scroll down the page you’ve linked to and search for number 11, “Hubs and Circles”. We are the first half of the documentary, which also features the work of the Circle of Indigenous Nations.
Kaslo Food Hub is a program of NKLCSS
We’re proud to be a Good Food Organization, aligned with many other organizations across Canada who work to build food security in our communities.
Our mailing address is:
Box 546, Kaslo, BC, V0G 1M0
Apparently the shift to succulent green vegetation each spring alters the goats’ mineral balance causing them to seek minerals, they are most often seen at this location Apr through July.
Of course there is no guarantee the goats won’t be back on the road, please drive carefully.
Feel free to share.