Monday, November 12, 2018
Our first snowfall! Always exciting for the kids but not so exciting for the adults driving!
I hope everyone took some time to reflect on the sacrifices made by our veterans and those still keeping our country safe.
Our week November 12-16
Monday, November 12-Remembrance Day holiday
Tuesday, November 13-Strong Start-Nobody’s Perfect
Wednesday,November 14-Hot lunch
Thursday, November 15-Strong Start
Friday, November 16-Louis Riel Flag Raising Ceremony at Nelson City Hall-10 am.
Take Me Outside Day
Have a great week!
Please see below: Update from our wonderful ESS (“Emergency Social Services” )….who are more of the First Responder family that are there to support anyone, whatever the time of day or night, who has to evacuate their home for various unscheduled reasons….
From Maggie Winters:
Thank you to everyone who stopped by the ESS booth to spin the Wheel of Prevention at yesterday’s Health Fair. Congratulations to Honora Cooper on winning the Grab and Go Bag with 72 hours of emergency supplies. For anyone interested in Volunteering with Emergency Social Services or just finding out more about the services we provide please consider attending our next meeting on November 19th at 8:30 am in the Kaslo Fire Hall. For more information call Maggie at 353-7505 or 353 2083
Music, Adventure Travel, Art Workshop!
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Great November Events to help warm up the early winter weather!
Glorious folk music with the return of the Small Glories, Kayak the Mackenzie River to the Arctic on an Adventure Travel show, Jim van Horn’s History of Country Music, and a Playful Art Workshop with Natasha Smith!
…And See You at The Langham!
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Langham Cultural Society
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We are emailing today about BCCF’s first provincial Student Wildlife Art Contest. Do you or someone you know have children in grades K-12?
BC students in grades K-12 can enter their wildlife paintings or drawings for a chance to win a prize valued at $100 and have their work featured on the BCCF website! 3 winners from each of our 4 individual age categories will be chosen for a total of 12 winners.
Contest details can be found at: https://bccf.com/content/bccf-childrens-artwork-contest-2019.