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Children’s Art Fest funding leads to legacy film On September 14 the west end of Riverside Park will be taken over by booths, tents and tables for a fun-filled, creative day of artistic, musical and theatrical activities for children ages two and up. This year’s workshops include lantern-making, henna art, clay works, theatre games, rock school, jewelrymaking, drumming, hula hooping, magic fairy ballet and much more. The entire day is free for children and their families. The festival itself began in 1999, but a fairly recent longterm funding commitment led the C h i l d r e n ’s Nine Art Festival of the committee to get creative children who are a and use the part of the KAC’s Children’s Art event to fuel Festival Documentary Project a new proj- took a break from last year’s ect that will festival for a photo op. The kids document the are from all over Kamloops on involvement both sides of the river. of local children in the festival and in the arts in general. “The Children’s Art Festival had received a five-year funding commitment from Teck Cominco,” explains Jon Fulton, festival commit-

tee member. “At one of our committee meetings we decided we’d really like to use that funding for some kind of legacy project, instead of just lumping it into the overall festival budget. We saw an opportunity to show more support for film in our arts community.” They chose to fund the Children’s Art Festival

Documentary Project. Filming began at last year’s festival and will follow the same group of young people over a five-year period, documenting their evolving relationships with the arts. “The concept is to explore children’s idea of art, how it is reflected in their daily lives and how it changes over time,” explains Jon, who is also a resident of the North Shore and father to two of the children in the film. “And it has the added layer of watching a young filmmaker develop over the same period.”

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That filmmaker is 16-year-old Kora Vanderlip of Westwold. Only 15 when the project began, Kora was approached by Jon after he’d seen a film she created and submitted to the annual Kamloops Independent Short Short (KISS) film competition. “I thought it was a very interesting concept. It was a new idea to me, to set it over five years and have it specific to children and the arts,” says Kora, who plans to attend Va n c o u v e r Film School upon graduation using a scholarship she earned through a student film competition. “We thought that, in a way, it fits that I’ll be growing up and improving skills just like the kids in the film will be. It allows me to be a part of the process in an interesting way, too.” Aside from filming the group each September at the festival, the film team is also checking in on them throughout the year. “We’re filming the kids’ extracurricular arts activities, as well, like dance and music, and will be going into their classrooms,” explains Jon, who adds that the kids were all volunteers who came forward after a call to be involved was put out. “The only requirement to be involved was – continued on page 2

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Members of several local agencies supporting the Kamloops Homelessness Action Plan recently hosted a roundtable discussion on homelessness with the Honourable Candice Bergen, Minister of State.

BC Hydro cancels four private power contracts The Wilderness Committee recently applauded the news that BC Hydro has cancelled four electricity purchase contracts with independent power producers as part of an attempt to reduce costs. The Wilderness Committee’s National Campaign Director Joe Foy called on BC Energy Minister Bill Bennett to name the projects with cancelled or deferred contracts, and to continue this cost-saving effort by cancelling many more unneeded contracts with private hydropower producers.

“We and many other groups and individuals have been saying for quite some time now that BC Hydro is being bled to death by being forced into long-term contracts with private hydro-power producers at rates far above market value – for electrical energy BC does not need and can only sell at a loss,” said Foy. BC Hydro has currently signed more than $50 billion worth of contracts with private hydropower producers. Critics, including the Wilderness Committee, have said that these contracts risk bankrupting the public

Documenting kids in the arts – continued from page 1 to be committed to the full fiveyear term of the project. In the end, we have 13 or 14 kids who are quite involved in the arts.” “The first year has gone well I think. We were able to establish all the kids’ interests and various things they do,” says Kora of her first experience with documentary-style filmmaking. “I was surprised at the depth of involvement some of them shared when talking about the arts and how they felt. It’ll be interesting to see how the answers from them all grow and change as the years go on.” To view a trailer recently pro-

duced to promote the film, visit PyXc& The festival goes from 11:00am to 4:00pm on Saturday, September 14 in Riverside Park and will also have live performances throughout the day. Entertainers include Uncle Chris the Clown, Bishop Dance, WCT Stage One (Hansel & Gretel), and  Master Viani›s Tiger Martial Arts. There will also be face-painting, a photo booth, mascots, and more, so come early and stay late and see if you and your little artists can fit it all in! Rebecca Stewart

utility and that private power projects can cause unacceptable damage to BC’s creeks, rivers and lakes. Reports from the announcement stated that the projects identified for cancellation were not meeting contractual obligations, due to financial or regulatory problems. Government documents uncovered by the Wilderness Committee through Freedom of Information requests have revealed rampant noncompliance at operating private hydropower projects in the province – including fluctuating water levels that can strand and kill fish. “Mr. Bennett should be doing everything he possibly can to wriggle out of all of these terrible contracts,” said Foy. “For every billion dollars he claws back by cancelling a contract, BC won’t miss the excess electricity one bit – but the province will save more funding for hospitals or schools and help pull BC Hydro back from financial ruin. And we’ll be saving BC’s beautiful wild waterways from being dammed and diverted into pipes for no useful reason,” he added. The Wilderness Committee is especially concerned about a number of large private hydro-

power projects currently being built or in the planning stage. “The Kokish River on Vancouver Island, the Upper Lillooet north of Pemberton and Kwoiek Creek in the Fraser Canyon are three examples of major private power projects in the works that risk great environmental and financial damage to our province,” said Foy. “These contracts need to be rejected and the projects stopped dead”.

A cultural fiesta The Sociedad Hispana, or Hispanic Society, of Kamloops invites you to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a potluck dinner on Saturday, September 21 at Kamloops Immigration Services on Tranquille Road. With roots going back to 1968, Hispanic Heritage Month is the period from September 15 to October 15, when people recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans and celebrate the group’s heritage and culture. Join them in celebrating the culture with traditional food, dancing, performances, arts and crafts cultural displays and more! The potluck and activities will go from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. Contact Yamilka at by September 14 to be a part of this festive event!

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Sponsor a girl and help change her life Since 2006, over 800 girls from Kamloops, Chase, Logan Lake and Barriere have discovered their talents and inner strength at the annual Y Power of Being a Girl conference. All girls who attend are fully sponsored as part of the Y’s core philosophy that every young person needs and deserves a chance to participate. The Girl Power Flower Fundraiser asks individuals and businesses to each invest $50 to sponsor a girl so they can be a part of Power of Being a Girl on October 16. Donations can be made online at or at any Kamloops Y location. “I learned to be proud of being a girl – that I don’t need to change who I am,”

exclaims one participant at sures of adolescence,” says the close of last year’s con- Michele Walker, director of ference. Power of Being a Violence Against Women Girl is a day designed by Intervention and Support girls for girls to explore the Services at the Kamloops challenges of growing up in YM?YWCA. “It gives the a fun and empowering way. girls the chance to connect The pressures experi- with valuable community enced by girls in our media- resources and to know that dominated society, such as they are supported by their the negative stereotypes community.” around body image, idenThe community of tity, esteem and healthy Kamloops has generously relationships, compound supported this initiative the challenges that exist in for the last seven years. You can a variety of will adolescence. Workshops at support Donations this year areas of interest including Power of Being a Girl focus help ensure that another organizations and projects on issues like self-esteem, 125 young women aged bullying, positive peer relato 14and willeducation. acquire the that help12 youth tionships, body image and tools and confidence to help Make a donation today! Internet safety. them achieve their poten“The Power of Being a tial. Girl Conference is a unique Visit or opportunity to provide girls call 250-377-7725 for more with positive alternatives information or to make a as they navigate the pres- donation.

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“We came to Kamloops move to larger downtown Innovation to discuss our offices. idea with business mentors, “We are supporting ambiand were blown away by tious entrepreneurs to start the supportive startup com- and grow their technolmunity in our city,” says ogy companies here in our Chris Wright. “Kamloops region. OGS is an example Innovation encouraged us of how a couple of driven You can support a variety of and motivated us to go for guys with a great idea have areas of interest it!” worked including with our high-tech organizations and projects Open Gaming Solutions community to grow a busihelpness, seniors began working withthat menand and will heritage. be there to tors who were successful help the next wave of entreMake entrepreneurs and who had a donation preneurs,” today! says Lincoln experience guiding com- Smith, Executive Director panies from an idea to a at Kamloops Innovation. successful product launch. Open Gaming Solutions OGS grew from zero to offers software and consulteight employees in eight ing to the world gaming months and is now ready to industry.

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Supporting Kamloops’ vibrant arts and sports scenes Two local arts organizations will benefit from $159,000 in Community Gaming Grants from the BC Government. The Kamloops Art Gallery will receive an $84,000 grant while the Kamloops Symphony Society will receive a $75,000 grant.

“The Kamloops Art Gallery and Kamloops Symphony Society tell local stories through artists’ eyes,” says KamloopsNorth Thompson MLA Terry Lake. “These grants support the talented, expressive people who are keeping audiences entertained and inspired.”

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Creating community one meal and one step at a time Dear Editor, JUMP (Jubilee Urban Movement & Partners) is a not-for-profit volunteer group that creates meals in a participatory community setting every Saturday of the year and is looking for volunteers. If you prefer the daytime downtown experience, then you might like to help at the New Life Mission. We usually get there around 9:30 or 10:00am. The first step is food preparation and cook-

ing until 11:30am. At that time, the residents from the New Life Mission (approximately 20) come for lunch and are served from the counter. At noon the doors open for the general population. The only difference between the Pit Stop and the Mission lunch is that the people are not served at their tables. They come to the counter to be served. Lunch ends at 1:00pm. Otherwise, everything else is the same as at Pit Stop, as far as tasks go.

As for myself, I go to the farmers market at noon to pick up donated produce. I am back at the Mission around 12:45pm. From that time until about 2:00pm I sort through the produce from the market as well as the food brought to the mission by Food Share to determine what we need to continue cooking for the supper, if necessary, and what we will bring to the supper to give away. Therefore, by 1:30pm or 2:00pm we are usually

done at the mission. It is about a three to four hour day depending on what you can or like to do according to your availability. We then serve a supper every Saturday evening from 5:00pm to 7:00pm on the North Shore. There is no food prep or cooking involved, only set-up, serving and cleanup. Thanks, and feel free to share this with any other possible volunteers. Glenn Hilke, JUMP Volunteer Coordinator

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life,” says David, who finds balance in life by taking time to enjoy it. “I take time off in the winter to go somewhere warm and I take time off in the summer to road trip on my motorcycle, but I will never retire.” David is a Certified Financial Planner and Certified Professional Consultant on Aging. He’s also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. Working with Manulife Securities means that David is still part of a strong team, with colleagues throughout the city. In his new practice, David is still committed to keeping his clients costs low. Clients who choose to transfer their portfolios can expect no costs because of Manulife’s fee rebate program. For more information on the fee rebate program or any of their services, call David’s office at 778-470-3100 or visit to learn more. Rebecca Stewart

club members to learn and stretch their skills. As skills develop, new robot designs and more advanced programming will be introduced. Thursdays will be Girls Only Robotics; the first session starts October 3 and runs until November 7 (with no session October 24); the second session runs November 14 to December 12. Fridays will be Boys Only Robotics: the first session starts October 4 and runs until November 8 (with no session

October 25), the second session runs November 15 to December 13. Both groups are for children who are ten or older. Each week the club starts at 2:45pm and runs to 4:30pm. Arrive any time after 2:30pm to get started. Space is limited and fills quickly. For more information and costs, call 250-554-2572 or email Remember that the BIG Little Science Centre moved at the start of July and is now located at 655 Holt Street.

Find deals and fund reading programs at TNRD book sale The annual TNRD Library System book sale will be held from September 17 to 22 at Northills Centre in the old Shoe Warehouse location. Books, magazines, music

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Popular Robotics camps are back this fall at BLSC BIG Little Science Centre is excited to announce its fall lineup of Girls Only and Boys Only Robotics Clubs for 2013. This year they will have two sessions running over the course of the fall months. Robotics Clubs are the most popular offered by the Science Centre and are for beginners up to expert levels. Club members will be able to work at their own pace and to their own interests. Challenges and teaching will be provided over the sessions to encourage

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Certified Financial Planner David Page isn’t a new face on the Kamloops financial planning scene. David has been busy in Kamloops investment circles since 1983 when he moved here from Winnipeg to open and manage an office for Investors Group, with whom he’d worked since 1975. But after 37 good years with Investors in Kamloops, David was ready to do something new. This time, he took his wealth of experience as a Certified Financial Planner to 685 Tranquille Rd. where he now operates D.W. Page Wealth Management with Manulife Securities Investment Services Inc. “The first six months have been fabulous,” says David, who is enthusiastic about the new direction, partly because it enables him to capitalize on his own achievements. He is also proud of offering a very client-centered service in his practice. “The move was relatively seamless,” says Pam Koontz, executive assistant to David. “Clients are enjoying not only the extra services and hospitality at our office, but also the all of the advantages of David’s experience.” Among the many services David specializes in, like estate and tax planning, retirement planning is at the centre of his approach to financial planning. “Your Retirement Plan must contain three key ingredients,” says David. “You need the flexibility to be able to change your investments as your personal needs change, as tax laws change and as the economy changes. You also need a co-ordinated use of both asset allocation and sector management to take advantage of both the ups and downs in the markets and, finally, a financial return that equals or betters the projected return in your plan. Otherwise, your plan will not achieve your goals.” When it comes to his own retirement, David doesn’t see himself slowing down for a very long time; financial planning is more than just a job to him, this is his life. “Why would I give up doing what I love? It’s my

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over decades and eventually was integrated into below ground floors of the Sage Building, the Greaves Hospital, the Main Building, laundromat, cafeteria and other buildings. A barbershop, storage rooms, meeting rooms, offices, shower facilities, and morgue are included in the tunnel system. Urban legends about the Tranquille tunnels have grown to epic proportions over the last 30 thirty years. Come and learn why. Tranquille Farm Fresh operates and manages the historic 148-year-old Tranquille Farm, the Tranquille Farm Fresh market and eco tour program. They are located at the Tranquille On the Lake development site. For more information call 250434-9690, email or visit

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Kamloops Film Society announces Fall Series line up The Kamloops Film Society’s board of directors announced its 2013 fall film series, running from September 12 to November 21, as the society embarks on its 41st year of presenting the best of Canadian and international films to Kamloops audiences. The six films in the fall series will once again be screened on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm in the Paramount Theatre. With its newly installed digital equipment and screen, the Paramount has been the home of the KFS series and headquarters for the Kamloops Film Festival for the past several years. The fall series kicks off on Thursday, September 12 with the Richard Linklater’s drama/ romance Before Midnight. In this 2013 film Linklater returns to the two characters—Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy)—he introduced in Before Sunrise (1995), followed by Before Sunset (2004). Now nearly twenty years after their first meeting, Jesse and Celine reunite in Greece and their long shared history weighs heavily on

them. Now in their forties, their lives are defined by children, work, ambitions, disappointments and the ebb and flow of romantic love, all of which tests the two of them in unexpected ways.

Find information on the rest of the season’s line-up at All films are shown at 7:00pm at the Paramount Theatre at 5th and Victoria. Tickets for each film can be purchased

at Moviemart at 444 St. Paul or at the door the evening of the screening. An annual $2 membership in the Kamloops Film Society (also available at Moviemart or at the door) is required for admission.

Let it be at Beatlesque burlesque Following five sold-out shows in Vancouver, guitarist Blue Morris brings his show Beatles Burlesque to Kamloops on September 20. Beatles Burlesque combines live music with burlesque by some of the hottest performers in Vancouver. What is burlesque? For those who aren’t regulars at Kamloops’ own monthly Burlesque nights, burlesque developed from Vaudeville and included music, theatre, comedy, and of course beautiful women. Present day burlesque combines music, dance, costume and striptease. Dancers do not strip ‘all the way;’ it’s about the art of the tease. While The Beatles are not your typical burlesque band, their

music lends itself so well to burlesque,” says Blue. “There is such a great variety of song styles and the emotional power of the music gives the burlesque performers so much to work with.” Choreographer Miss Fitt loves performing burlesque to a live band, saying, “Unlike dancing to a track, during a performance the dancer can communicate with the musicians through their movements. Live music brings a great energy to the stage adding an exciting dynamic to a performance.” Beatles Burlesque will be performed at 9:00pm on September 20 at the Dirty Jersey on 8th Street. For tickets visit

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School’s back and so are favourite events ■■ Connections mixed media paintings by Jeanne Wood from Sept. 10 to Oct. 11 at Wilson House Gallery, 115 Tranquille Rd. Gallery hours Mon. to Fri., 1:30 to 5pm. ■■ The Kamloops Choristers Choir will meet for the first practice of the Fall Season on Sept. 11 at 7:30 pm in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 1136-6th Ave. New members are welcomed until Sept. 30.  FMI call Margaret 250-372-8603 or 250-579-8037. ■■ Chances Barside Sept. 13 Johnson Sandwich, Sept. 14 Dodie Goldney ■■ Let’s Dance on Sept. 21 from 8pm to 12am at the Kamloops Curling Club, 700 Victoria St. Music by Jaccard Music Services. FMI contact 250-5715111. For tickets contact Zonia at 250-372-0091, Ed at 250-3742774 or Francoise at 250-3723782. ■■ Used Book Sale and Craft Supplies Sale on Sept. 10 to 12 from 9am to 4pm at the North

Shore Community Centre, 730 everyone. FMI call 250-376- Pub, 1800 Tranquille Rd.; Cottonwood Ave. FMI contact 4777. 8:30pm Fridays at Rock’n Firkin, 250-376-4777. ■■ “Let’s Scrap Breast Cancer 726 Sydney Ave.; 8:30pm ■■ Vendors Wanted for upcom- Round 5!” on Sept. 20 from 4 to Thursdays at The Westsyde ing Artisan Sale on Oct. 20 10pm and Sept. 21 from 9am to Pump, 3020 Westsyde Rd. from 10am to 3pm at the North 6pm at St JohnVianney’s Church, ■ Kamloops Stroke Recovery Shore Community Centre, 730 2826 Bank Rd. FMI or to reg- Group invites people who have Cottonwood Ave. Admission by ister contact Jacki at 250-579- suffered a stroke and their caredonation. FMI or vendor tables 0195 or givers to their meetings the 2nd, contact Brenda at 250-376-4777 All proceeds from this event are 3rd, and 4th Thursday of the or email for an application form: donated to the Canadian Breast month from 10:30am-1pm, for Cancer Foundation. various activities and field trips. ■■ BIG Little Science Centre, ■ Moose Lodge 1552, 730 FMI call 250-320-1348. Sept. 14: Magnetism Show Cottonwood Ave. open daily at ■ Advocates for Urban at 11am and at 1:30pm. Sept. 11am. Meat draws Fri. at 7pm Wildlife Kamloops welcomes 14: Children’s Art Festival in and Sat. at 3pm. New members like-minded individuals interestRiverside Park; Look for the BIG welcome! ed in joining a growing moveLittle Science Centre booth and ■■ North Shore Central ment towards safely co-existing make a colourful butterfly using Community Association meets urban wildlife. FMI: advocatesfun science. New Location: Twin at Mount Paul United Church, or Rivers Education Centre, 655 140 Laburnum, on the first 250-573-3483. Holt St. Contact BLSC to regis- Tuesday of the month. FMI: ■■ Activities at the North ter. FMI contact 250-554-2572. 250-554-9949. Shore Community Centre, 730 2012 1-4 ECHO_Layout 1 07/05/12 3:45 PM Page 1 ■■ Pie Night on Sept 17 Interior at ■Wellness Mount Festival Paul United Church Cottonwood Ave. FMI contact T H E R I V E R 9 7 . 5 F M P R O U D LY P R E S E N T S 6:30pm at the North Shore Thrift Shop open Tuesdays and 250-376-4777. Carpet bowling 4TH ANNUAL Community Centre, 720 Thursdays from 9am to 3pm at on Mon. and Wed. from 12:30 Cottonwood Ave. Enjoy fresh 140 Laburnum St. FMI contact to 2:30pm. Sing-a-long with a made pie and coffee or tea, pay 250-376-2261. 10:15 to T H E R I V E R 9 7 . 5 pianist F M P R O U Fridays D LY P R E S Efrom NTS 4TH ANNUAL with at the door. A Jazz quartet to ■ Karaoke - 8pm Wednesdays 11:15am. Line dancing entertain you as well. Open to and Saturdays at Brock Centre Janet at 1pm every Fri.

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Your Horoscope VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept 23) Acceptance will be necessary. Arguments with children or friends may leave you steaming. Someone you care about may not be too pleased with you. Don’t be too quick to judge those you live with. LIBRA (Sept 24-Oct 23) Business conducted in your own office will proceed smoothly. Be careful what you consume this week. Relatives may play an important role in your personal life. SCORPIO (Oct 24 - Nov 22) Depression may be likely if you’re away from home. You’re apt to make a move or experience changes at home. Delays are evident. Residential changes, renovations, or moves are likely to disrupt. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23-Dec 21) Your communication skills are at an alltime high. You should catch up on correspondence. Take care of yourself or you can expect to suffer from minor illness. Friends may not be completely honest with you. CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 20) You will be in a high cycle regarding work. You can come up with future trends in creative fields. You may have a problem with someone you live with if you don’t include them in your gathering. Entertain those who can provide you with valuable information and knowledge. AQUARIUS (Jan 21-Feb 19) Take time to deal with the concerns of children. Include the whole family or those you love. Prove your worth; concentrate on getting the job done and steer clear of office politics and gossip. Someone close to you will get upset easily if you are insensitive to their needs. PISCES (Feb 20-Mar 20) Go out with close friends who understand your situation and your needs. The stamina you possess will be apparent in your approach to your hobbies and creative projects. Friends or groups that you’re affiliated with may want you to contribute more cash than you can really afford. Secret activity is evident. ARIES (Mar 21-April 20) Listen to the complaints of others. You should include children in your activities. You should be making plans to spend some time with the ones you love. You could be tempted to overspend. TAURUS (Apr 21-May 21) Difficulties with children will surface if you try to break a promise you made. Don’t hesitate to come right out and ask for the pertinent information. Look at your options before making commitments that could jeopardize your financial position. Hidden assets can be doubled if you play your cards correctly. GEMINI (May 22-June 21) You should consider submitting some of your written work for publication. You will make new friends through physical activities. Pay attention to small but important details. If you’re uncertain of your feelings, keep your opinions to yourself. CANCER (June 22-July 22) First find out if they’re married. You can utilize your versa tile mind and dazzle others with your speed and accuracy. Your lover may be annoyed if you have been flirtatious or not attentive to their needs. Take care of any paperwork concerning institutional agencies. LEO (July 23-Aug 22) Minor health problems may flare up if you haven’t been taking care of yourself or have been burning the candle at both ends. Use discrimination and play hard to get. Your best efforts will come through hard work.

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