EVENTS TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDARS!
Welcome Candidates and thank you for putting your name forward. The Kaslo Chamber of Commerce and the Kaslo Housing Society are putting on three different events for you to be able to share who you are and why you are running with the public.
We will be sharing the format with you over the next few days but wanted to make sure you mark the events on your calendar so that you can attend.
Oct 10th, 7:00 PM at JV Humphries School – All Candidates Forum, hosted by Kaslo Housing Society
Oct 16th, 7:00 PM at JV Humphries School – All Candidates Forum hosted by Kaslo Chamber of Commerce and moderated by John Cathro
On Behalf of the Kaslo Chamber of Commerce and the Kaslo Housing Society we thank you in advance for your participation in these very important public events.
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Kaslo Food Hub News, October 2018
Kaslo Saturday Market, 2018 wraps up!
Another successful market year has ended, and the Kaslo Saturday Market wants to thank all the people who come out each week to make this a vibrant community event. We’re also happy to announce that 2018 saw more numbers of vendors than ever before!
We’d also like to thank the North Kootenay Lake Arts and Heritage Council for their ongoing contributions to the market. They’re the ones who organize the local musicians to play every week, and also set up the Art in the Market tent each week. It adds a lot to our market.
The Kaslo Food Hub and North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society are proud to be the organization that coordinates this event for our community. Have a great winter, we’ll see you all in June 2019!
** Naloxone Training and free Naloxone Kits
Tuesday, October 16, 11am-1pm @ Kaslo Food Hub
Chelsey Helmer from Nelson Mental Health and Substance Abuse will be back in Kaslo to provide free Naloxone training, and give out Naloxone (overdose prevention) kits. She’ll be here at the Food Hub from 11am-1pm doing trainings. Each training takes about 10-15 minutes and is available to anyone in the community who wants to drop in. Having a naloxone kit, and training on how to use it means you could save someone’s life if you are in a situation where someone around you is overdosing due to fentanyl.
World Food Day event coming up!
Wednesday, October 16th is World Food Day and the Kaslo Food Hub is planning some activities to celebrate. Plans aren’t finalized but we’re going to be hosting a canning and foods swap along with some other events. Too much relish, jam or pickles in your cupboard from this season? Bring some of it down and trade with other community members who want to swap some of the abundance from their food processing this year.
Stay tuned for more announcements in the coming days as we get ready to celebrate World Food Day!
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