the Langham in November!

Music, Adventure Travel, Art Workshop!

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Hello Friends!

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!

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…And See You at The Langham!

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Our Contact Info is:
Langham Cultural Society
PO Box 1000, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0
Phone:  250 – 353 – 2661
Email:  ** langham@netidea.com (mailto:langham@netidea.com)

Website:  www.thelangham.ca

Kootenay Lake Summit

summerphotoSAVE THE DATE!   Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society’s annual Kootenay Lake Summit is taking place on November 3rd, 2018.   The Kootenay Lake Summit is a free event offering an opportunity for community members to engage by attending talks and presentations hosted by experts in their field. Last years event allowed over 100 residents to participate and the chance to learn about stewardship activities going on around the lake that they can actively participate in. The focus of the 2018 Summit will be to provide residents with sound knowledge on the history of Kootenay Lake including related cultural and archaeological history. Come and enjoy some delicious food and engaging conversation!

Where: J.V Humphries School – 404 Front Street,  Kaslo V0G1M0 (https://maps.google.com/?q=404+Front+Street,%C2%A0+Kaslo+V0G1M0&entry=gmail&source=g&mc_cid=25ebc3273e&mc_eid=[UNIQID])     When: Saturday, November 3, 2018. 4:30pm – 9pm.   For details please refer to our website (http://www.friendsofkootenaylake.ca/events-calendar/?mc_cid=25ebc3273e&mc_eid=[UNIQID]) , more information will be posted as it becomes available. To be the first to hear when tickets are released, we recommend you sign up as a member (http://www.friendsofkootenaylake.ca/take-part/become-a-member/?mc_cid=25ebc3273e&mc_eid=[UNIQID]) . All of our members get priority on exicitng opportunities through our organization like the summit and wildlife and water quality monitoring opportunities.

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Nelson, Bc V1L 0A1
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The Langham Super September

A Super September of events coming to The Langham!Fall is in the air, bringing passionate Celtic-Folk music, a mind-bending science presentation on Gravity Waves, a beautiful Chamber-Folk harp concert, and the return of our Guest Artist Series for the 2018-2019 season!

** Get ready for the return of the fan-favorite Celtic-Folk duo The New Customs. Hailing from that hot-bed of musical creativity Winnipeg, the Customs are the compelling blend of guitarist Emma Cloney’s haunting voice with the eclectic riffing of multi-instrumentalist Dale Brown – fiddle, mandolin, bouzouki, cigar box guitar, and harmony vocals.

www.thenewcustoms.com

** Gravity Waves coming to the Langham Theatre!

Café Langham presents a mind-bending multi-media presentation by amateur astronomer Sandy Nichols exploring the nature and significance of gravity waves, what causes them, and why they are important to the future of astronomy.

This presentation will focus on the events of Aug 18 2017. On that date a gravity wave was detected, triggering a worldwide detective effort to locate its origin.

The talk will provide background information needed to better understand this finding that confirms theories first proposed by Albert Einstein in 1916.

** Independent Concert in the Langham Theatre

Diemm – Debut Album Launch! Kaslo’s own Dawna McLennan plays from her new album – transformative Chamber Folk music, gorgeous vocals, & spoken word that borders on the shamanic.
Prepare to be inspired!

www.diemm.ca (http://www.diem.ca)

In Honour of Kaslo’s 125^th Anniversary
The Langham Theatre kicks-off its Guest Artist 2018-2019 series with a Special Langham Production

A Beginner’s Guide to Kaslovia Written and Performed by Lucas Myers

A comedy celebrating the unique story and character of Kaslo

Come find out as Lucas Myers presents a tongue-in-cheek lecture for new and old alike: A Beginner’s Guide to Kaslovia. Witness Myers transform into various inhabitants of Kalso’s diverse populace who all manage to speak their truth, whether it’s through sock puppets, songs or absurd TEDTalk-like presentations.

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Our Contact Info is:
Langham Cultural Society
PO Box 1000, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0
Phone:  250 – 353 – 2661
Email:  ** langham@netidea.com (mailto:langham@netidea.com)

Website:  www.thelangham.ca