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Star storytelling at Arts & Heritage festival STEPHANIE TAYLOR “Storytelling is the fabric of community. It’s the place where everything butts heads. It’s not politics, it’s the politik, it’s the place where everything shows up, where everybody is allowed. It has to be allowed.” Fabric of the community. That’s what Richard Rowberry and Ray Stothers believe storytelling is, and they have created the Nelson Arts and Heritage Festival to expose the community to this oldest of traditions. Rowberry, the man behind the TNT Playhouse, and Stothers, a man who would consider himself a professional storyteller if he wasn’t a professional bus driver, are more than capable of delivering such a festival to Nelson. Featuring every type of storytelling from spoken word to drum circles and a one-man show about escaped elephants in Cranbrook, the Arts and Heritage Festival is a three weekend celebration of sharing entertainment, knowledge and experiences. Beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 29 with a variety show of sorts at the Capitol Theatre and ending mid-October with a theatre performance at the TNT Playhouse, festival-goers will experience some of the best talent the Kootenays has to offer. “Its a great initiative,” says local theatre legend Lucas Myers, who is debuting his new production, Deck, during the festival. “It’s about time that something like���������� this happened.” International calibre artists like Myers are prolific. The list includes Salmon Arm storyteller James Murray with Blu Hopkins - a man who Stothers describes as “a huge man with the most milky voice. I interviewed him once and didn’t want him to stop talking.” - along with Bree Switzer, and “some young people doing the finest
Lucas Myers (left) and Lucas Myers (right) star in Deck, his newest endeavour, which will premiere at the Capitol on Friday, Oct. 1, as part of the first annual Arts and Heritage Festival.
piece of choral storytelling the task of bringing such a playground and the TNT Playhouse, patrons can to ever come out of the grand plan to fruition. Kootenays, Three Finger “What Richard’s trying to enjoy a marketfest-like Frank,” says Rowberry. Also do is highlight the degree to atmosphere at the school, performing is a group from which our heritage is built leave the kids with trained Enderby called Runaway upon this amazing artis- professional childmindMoon Theatre on Oct. 8 tic talent,” says Stothers. ers at the playground and and 9, and local up-and- “It extends into the visual move child-free to the comer Cloud Edwards arts as well, but it’s one of more nitty-gritty storytellperforming Frank and the the few places in the world ing sessions while the kids Elephants, an award-win- where you can just talk to enjoy tales tailored to their ning theatre piece written somebody, and they could short attention span and by Rowberry. be driving a cab, they could youthful naivety. “The thing I find inter- be driving a school bus; “Some of the other stoesting about living in there’s just this amazing rytelling, kids can’t sit Nelson is the number of talent everywhere. through it. In many ways, people of national and “So when you start to storytelling like the Grimm international calibre who create opportunities for Brothers was never meant live here. When you put this talent to come togeth- for kids,” Stothers explains. ������������������ have this synergy of “The truths and the soul on an evening of West er, you that rips off into and the meat of it is stuff Kootenay performing arts, creativity ��������������� you really are putting on an entirely new direction.” that we’re supposed to ������������� The first weekend of grapple with as adults, and something of international the festival, Saturday and that’s what we’re about. calibre,” Stothers says. Oct. 2 and 3, has It is community building, “It’s����������������������������� not an amateur Sunday, �������������������� ���������� been designed to pro- heritage, culture, all that show,” Rowberry adds. attendees with a very sort of thing. Storytelling The passion of the two vide��������������� fluid experience. resonates trying to answer men is palpable; it’s easy organic, ����������������������������� to see why these guys are Taking place at Self Design and provoke the tough disthe people charged with High, the Central School cussions, the darks and the
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lights.” Deck is one of those shows that isn’t appropriate for younger audiences, but it sure is telling a story. “Deck has turned out to be very much like a story. It’s about this one character. Sort of,” Myers explains. “I play a variety of characters but it really is this one guy talking about this experience that he had and how he dealt with it. It’s pretty basic, there’s not a lot of bells and whistles, its just me up there with a few instruments a few props, and, well, a deck. “And partial nudity.” While Myers has been called a lot of things, from comedian to actor, he maintains that his style of entertainment is more like storytelling than traditional theatre. “The difference between storytelling and theatre is that theatre will have the fourth wall,
in which you’re watching something take place and you’re not necessarily being included. I love storytelling because I love making the audience aware that they’re there, and including them.” Tickets for all of the performances throughout the three-week festival will be around $15 per performance, but the tickets will be sold on a pass system, where discounts will be given for multiple show purchases. The passes will also be transferable, and volume discounts are offered. They are available at the Capitol Theatre during box office hours. For more information visit www.tntplayhouse. com. If you are a vendor, musician, storyteller or would like to volunteer, email histerian@hotmail. com or raystothers@shaw. ca. A detailed list of events can be found in the Sept.
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Sept. 22, 2010
Technology in town Nelson opts out of ATM theft update sustainability tax
Today’s Dr. Science column is about the technology side of science, and how it impacts Nelson. There are many small businesses, or lone entrepreneurs in Nelson who apply science in their technology related jobs. As an example of someone operating in this mode, I interviewed Cam Shute on August 19, 2010. Cam works for Genuine Guide Gear, G3, a backcountry ski equipment manufacturer based in North Vancouver. Cam is a tele-commuter and/or remote employee. Together with his family they chose to live in Nelson while he maintained his employment with G3, so as to escape Vancouver. His family was looking for a small community with an outdoor lifestyle. Cam is a Mechanical Engineer, and he also has a Master’s Degree in Biomechanics. He makes visits to the head office every quarter of a year, and his time is spent 75 per cent on design work (computer), 15 per cent on hands-on measurements and testing, and 10 per cent on project management (telephone and email). His main technical working areas involve the design of ski bindings, avalanche probes, shovels, and skins. Dr. Science was fascinated to learn that a modern ski binding has upwards of 100 parts, and each of these parts is custom designed
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issues but feels Nelson is “a bit ahead of the curve” Ramona Faust of the on those issues. For examRegional District of Central ple, she says, as part of the including even the fasten- Kootenay has expressed regional district’s work ers. The bindings undergo concern over the city of plan, every fire hall in the numerous tests includNelson’s recent decision RDCK will be assessed for ing “fatigue tests” where a pneumatic cylinder applies not to participate in the energy efficiency, which a load repeatedly to the RDCK’s sustainability tax, Nelson has already combinding many times in a row saying council’s choice pleted. As well, Kozak says, to determine the binding raises questions about how while issues like greenNelson and the RDCK will lifetime. “Fatigue tests” can house gas reduction and manage shared services also pinpoint aspects of the food sustainability “are of binding that may require going forward. Nelson city council great benefit for all of us improvement. Also, there are ISO 13992 Standards to voted Monday, Sept. 13 to be working on and are meet for “binding release against participating in the absolutely essential,” she testing”. This can involve a Community Sustainable didn’t see them specifically trip to Germany to utilize a Living Service Bylaw pro- identified as projects to European testing lab! posed by the RDCK. The work on this coming year. One of the perks of bylaw would have taxed up However, Kozak adds, working in this area is that to 2.4 cents per $1,000 of “What I liked was that Kokanee Glacier is nearby property value to address staff was going to continue where summertime skiing sustainability issues in the to explore possibilities to is possible should actu- region. partner with the regional al human usage “binding Faust, the RDCK direc- district on a fee for service testing” be required. Cam tor for Area E, says Nelson’s basis on those projects that mentions that though it is decision will weaken the would assist us as a whole.” fun to be able to undertake one’s passion in life while sustainability service finan- She is also willing to reconworking, it is a “double- cially—Nelson would have sider Nelson’s participation edged sword” in that “you contributed up to $38,000 in the service in a year’s think about work” if you to the sustainability fund— time after seeing how it has are equipment testing while and will also put the RDCK progressed. Councillor Kim skiing up on the Kokanee in an awkward position regarding decisions on Charlesworth voted for Glacier. responsibilities the motion and says it was Cam feels that back- shared ����������������������������� ���������� country skiing is a great such as the recreation cen- “the most effective way” to tackle sustainability issues self-propelled recreation tre and transportation. that is great for personal “If one of the partners regionally and build relahealth and fitness with a doesn’t have a need to take tionship within the region, low impact on the back- responsibility for decision “as opposed to a very narcountry itself. making and changes that row view of one voice at need to be made, that’s quite the table and we’re looking Dr. Science is in real life, Dr. Morgan Dehnel, a particle accelproblematic,” says Faust, after our own best intererator physicist, and resident of Nelson. Please send comments or adding, “I’m concerned ests.” Now, she says, “We questions regarding this column to email@example.com that it doesn’t acknowledge won’t have as much say on that they actually are inter- regional planning in the acting with the region on future as we could have if ����������������������������� ���������� joint projects, and so as we had participated in this The good thing about a regional district we’ll be service.” the recent weather is that Regarding the fee considering how to deal it makes it easier to think for service possibilwith that.” about indoor recreation! Councillor Deb Kozak, ity, Charlesworth says, “I’m Co-ed ultimate fris- in the zone who voted against the not confident that that will bee is being played at the Kim Palfenier motion, says she applauds either be easy or more costLakeside baseball fields on the regional district for effective, but hopefully that Thursdays at 6 p.m. and gram this year by adding addressing sustainability at least will happen.” an 8+ beginner program Sundays at 3:30 p.m. Nelson Youth Soccer and an extended perforwraps up its season at the mance group practice to end of this month. The end two days per week. This of the season are dedicated year all members will be in to playoffs for divisions invited to participate ������������������ the year-end show at the U12-U17. The awards banPrograms ��������������� quet is Oct. 6 and the AGM Capitol Theatre. run Sept. 13 to Dec. 9 on Oct 13, 7 p.m. at the ������������� Best Western. For more Mondays at Redfish School, Tuesdays, Wednesdays details visit www.nys.ca at South ������������������� The Nelson Minor and Thursdays Nelson School. For more Baseball AGM is being ������������� held Thursday, Sept. 23, details contact Giselle at or email ��������������������������������� 6:30 p.m. in the boardroom 250-505-1812 firstname.lastname@example.org. of the Nelson & District The Kootenay Swim Credit Union, 501 Vernon St. Please attend to pick up Club is still taking regispictures, return uniforms, trations for the 2010/2011 provide feedback and plan season. ������������������ The first day of pracfor next season. It is time ��������������� to choose a new Board of tice was Sept. 20, and the Directors and manage- season runs from Sept. to ������������� ment, and to get a jump June. For more informastart on organizing for next tion contact www.thekooteor email �������������������nayswimclub.com������������������������������ season. info@thekootenayswimclub. 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The RCMP investigation into the Kootenay Boundary area Automated Teller Machine (ATM) thefts is continuing. A fourth similar offence has now surfaced and is likely associated to the other thefts. The three previous offences are; Kootenay Regional Airport in Castlegar, stand alone ATM on Sept. 10, 2010 at 1130 p.m.; Kootenay Savings Credit Union ATM at Hwy 3A/ Hwy 6, South Slocan on Sept 12, 2010 at 1:36 a.m.; and the Heritage Credit Union ATM, South Slocan on Sept. 14, 2010 at 1:25 a.m. The fourth offence occurred on Sunday, Sept. 12 at approximately 4:30 a.m. Culprits entered the Kootenay Savings Credit Union ATM room at the Waneta Mall in Trail. Culprits then broke into a secure room containing the safe for the night deposit box and attempted to break into the safe, but were not successful. RCMP are making progress in their investigation and are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects, and a vehicle, involved in these ATM
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thefts. Suspect #1 is male, Caucasian, 25-35 years old, approx. 6 feet tall and slim build, short dark hair, receding hairline, wearing a black, long sleeve Hurley shirt, blue jeans, dark shoes and could be wearing sunglasses. Suspect #2 is male, Caucasian, 25-35 years old, approx. 5’10” tall, stockier build, with a bit of a belly, short dark hair and a similar receding hairline, wearing a black, short sleeve shirt with a white logo on the shoulder, dark colored pants, white shoes and also could be wearing sunglasses. The suspect vehicle is a silver, 4-door, full size sedan, with no tinted windows. The make of the car is likely a foreign model, possibly a Mercedes or Hyundai. The car may have lower profile tires and silver rims. Investigators also ask the public to report to police any suspicious persons, vehicles or activities around banks, financial institutions or businesses where ATM’s are located. - Submitted by RCMP
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A+ study spaces
The back-to-school season can bring plenty of chaos into the home. Kids go from being carefree over the summer holidays to having responsibilities. Keeping up with homework requires skills and habits both parents and students can struggle with. Setting up an efficient study space is one of the most important things a parent can do to help their child succeed with homework. Make sure the space is well stocked with all the items they may need. If you are struggling with choosing the right supplies/reference materials for their study area, consult their teacher. This will save time otherwise wasted on looking for supplies. Have your child help you set up the area to assist them in developing good organizational study habits. Place all materials in labeled containers, dividers, or trays; this makes them easier to find and be moved to clear the space. Children splitting living with mom and dad can easily become disorganized, so I suggest having two sets of
restoring order Jenn Heale supplies. So, where is the best space for a study area? An ideal area for older children is an office/bedroom where they can shut a door to shut out distractions. Younger children who need more direction may be better off in the kitchen where Mom or Dad can help them as questions arise. Create a supply centre somewhere on a shelf or in a cupboard near by with all the materials they will need. Limit distractions to enhance their concentration levels. So be sure to place their study space away from the television, if that is not possible make sure the TV is off while they are doing their homework. Computers are great resources, but monitor this to make sure they aren’t being side tracked.
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Elder abuse prevention Discussing Nelson
Approximately one year ago, the Nelson and Area Elder Abuse Prevention Project Steering Committee published their Elder Abuse Prevention Manual. On June 15 this year, as a celebration been thinkin’ about of Elder Abuse Awareness George Millar Day, an open house was held at the Nelson and Area cess exists, and a criminal Prevention Program office. records check is required. The Program office is open Applicants must be able to every Wednesday from maintain confidentiality, noon to 2 p.m. and neutrality in distressAs another big step for- ing situations, and recogward, Program Coordinator nise his/her limitations Randeen Arnesen has of knowledge. Finally, the announced that a train- applicant must be willing to ing session for program commit to the principles of volunteers will be held the organization. Wednesday, October 13, The duties of approved from 9-4:30. Training will be volunteers could be to: followed by opportunity for respond to inquiries regardmentoring by experienced ing information, help make volunteers. Choices exist in referrals to appropriate time commitment and areas resources, liaise with other of interest. Volunteers will communities or manage the have “opportunity to con- website and its updates. tribute to the creation and If you plan to attend the maintenance of a made-at training session, please call -home program that reach- 250-352-6008 to confirm. es out to our communities You can also contact the with a social issue that is Elder Abuse Prevention important, meaningful and Resource Centre, Nelson could affect us or someone and District Seniors’ we love.” Coordinating Society, 719 Because of the sensi- Vernon Street, Nelson, BC, tive nature of information V1L 4G3, or e-mail prevent dealt with by volunteers, eldRabuse@sbdemail.com. a five-step screening proGeorge Millar is a long-time resident of the West Kootenay. Been Thinking About is an exploration of events and organizations in the region, seen from a senior’s perspective.
Fire and Rescue
At our last Council meeting, we passed the third reading of the name change in the Fire Services by-law, by changing the name from the Nelson Fire Department to Nelson Fire councillor’s column and Rescue Services. The name has already been Robin Cherbo changed for some time, so it was just bringing the by- fighters have to go home to law up to date to what is wash up, which puts themalready in place. In review- selves and their families ing the working details of at risk from contaminants our fire department and from fighting a fire. The current fire hall how they provide their could continue as a museservices from the oldest operating fire hall in BC, um and at some point I believe it is time to begin come under the umbrella planning for a new modern of Touchstones. While all this will cost a lot of money fire hall. The Nelson Fire Hall we are currently spendwas built in 1912 and origi- ing funds on using an old nally housed four horses building that costs the and two wagons. It is obvi- City in heating and mainously now time to start tenance. The City has the planning to build a new ability to borrow money at fire hall. This could take a a low rate and spread over few years to plan the bud- time, with available grants, get process and obtain a could work if we begin the suitable piece of property. planning stage now. The Some detractors would ask longer we wait, the more it why do we need a new fire could cost, when sooner or hall as the existing one has later we will require a new fire hall. There are many worked fine for years. First there is the con- reasons to proceed with dition of the building, planning a new fire hall, while in good shape, it is which could also house almost 100 years old and the Nelson City Police. is not very energy efficient. The current fire hall has Energy efficiency could reached its capacity for new not be improved any more vehicles and does not have without a huge expendi- adequate room to provide ture of funds. Also, there is the proper facilities for fire the fact that fire trucks are crews to clean themselves getting larger and the cur- and their equipment after rent height of fire hall entry a fire. We will need a new fire doors have reached their hall, in the future, and we maximum size capacity for new vehicles. Then there is should begin the planning also the issue of the health and budgeting process as and safety of the firefight- soon as possible, as it could ers and their families, who be a difficult process to after doing a great job obtain funding and find an fighting a fire such as the adequate piece of property Redfish Grill fire, have no to house the Nelson Fire adequate place in the fire and Rescue Services. hall to clean up. The fireRobin Cherbo is a Nelson City Councillor.
30th Annual BC Rivers Day Celebration Sunday, Sept. 26, 2-4 p.m. at the Passmore Hall
”Rivers are the arteries of our planet, they are lifelines in the truest sense”, states Mark Angelo, internationally renowned river advocate and recipient of the Order of Canada and Founder of Rivers Day. The event is a tribute to the importance of the clean headwater areas that descend into the valley and feed the Slocan River, one of the last free flowing rivers in the Columbia River Drainage. This is a free educational event.
Nelson ‘BE Remarkable’ Facebook Campaign
Nelson is vying for funds from an innovative Facebook charity campaign called Be Remarkable. Through the campaign, British Columbia’s 45 credit unions are enlisting young adults from across B.C. to help them give $100,000 to local charities. Every time a Facebook user tags a friend in photos of their region or town, BC’s credit unions will donate $1 to a local charity. The two charities in the Kootenay/Rockies are: Friends of West Kootenay Parks Society (www.fwkp.kics.bc.ca) Variety Club – funds earmarked for Kootenay/Rockies (www.variety. bc.ca) Check out the campaign online at http://www.facebook. com/beremarkable or http://www.beremarkable.com/.
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Sept. 22, 2010
OTHER VOTING (REFERENDUM)
ON OCTOBER 16, 2010, eligible voters within Electoral Areas E, F and a portion of Electoral Area H (south of Enterprise Creek) of the Regional District of Central Kootenay will be asked to vote on whether or not they are in favour of contributing to the Nelson Municipal Library through local taxation. The vote will be conducted on an area-by-area basis in accordance with the Local Government Act. Residents in each area that pass its other voting opportunity (referendum) will gain universal access to Nelson Municipal Library services.
WHY THE REFERENDUM IS REQUIRED
In the fall of 2009, a consultant, hired by the Regional District of Central Kootenay, initiated a community consultation process to identify and assess options for the future of library services for residents in Electoral Areas E, F and south H. The Board of Trustees for the Nelson Municipal Library identiﬁed that the current means of providing service (Library membership) to outlying communities was unsustainable, largely due to a signiﬁcant increase in demand for service. Membership fees for residents in Electoral Areas E, F and a portion of Electoral Area H account for 2% of the Nelson Municipal Library’s budget, yet 17% of library users come from these areas. Residents of Electoral Areas E, F and south H are being asked to consider the establishment of three separate services for which taxes collected would be used by the Library for enhanced services. If the referenda pass, residents of Areas E, F and a portion of H will no longer have to purchase library memberships. The Library Board has committed to a number of improvements to Library services including satellite library services in the Slocan Valley and up Kootenay Lake, improved hours and service at its Nelson location, an improved and expanded collection of materials to use and borrow, and a shut-in service for people who cannot leave their homes to access the library. Residents will have representation on the Library Board of Trustees and, if all three electoral areas vote yes, new and improved services can be implemented to support youth.
COSTS AND IMPACT ON TAXES
Each Electoral Area will be voting on separate questions which include maximum dollar amounts. If the referenda pass, residents of Areas E, F and a portion of H will be required to pay taxes and at this time, based on the taxable assessed values, the maximum amounts equate to a residential tax rate of $0.103/$1000 of assessed value in each Electoral Area:
ELIGIBLE VOTERS: RESIDENT ELECTOR
Must meet all of the following requirements: • On General Voting Day must be eighteen years of age or older • must be a Canadian citizen • must have resided in British Columbia for at least six months and within the service area for at least 30 days immediately preceding the day of registration • must not be disqualiﬁed by the Local Government Act or any other enactment from voting in the Other Voting Opportunity or be otherwise disqualiﬁed by law. Resident electors not on the Voters List and wishing to register on voting day will be required to produce 2 pieces of identiﬁcation (at least one with a signature). The identiﬁcation must prove identity and residency.
Must meet all of the following requirements: • on General Voting Day must be eighteen years of age or older • must be a Canadian citizen • must have resided in British Columbia for at least six months immediately preceding the day of registration • must be a registered owner of the real property, either as joint tenants or tenants in common, and are individuals who are not holding the property in trust for a corporation or another trust • must not be entitled to register as a resident elector within the service area • if there is more than one registered owner of the property, only one of those individuals may, with the written consent of the majority of owners, register as a non-resident property elector. Non-Resident property electors not on the Voters List and wishing to register on voting day will be required to produce: • 2 pieces of identiﬁcation (at least one with a signature) to prove identity; • Evidence of ownership in the real property (any of the following): o state of title certiﬁcate o registered agreement for sale o property tax notice (last); or o property assessment notice (last) • Written consent of a majority of the other property owners (if any) that they are entitled to register for the jointly-owned property. (Consent form may be downloaded from the RDCK website at www.rdck.bc.ca)
NOTE: PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, NO CORPORATION IS ENTITLED TO BE REGISTERED AS AN ELECTOR OR HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE REGISTERED AS AN ELECTOR AND NO CORPORATION IS ENTITLED TO VOTE.
VOTING: VOTING BY MAIL:
The RDCK has enacted a bylaw which authorizes voting by mail ballot and establishes the procedures therefore. The only electors who may vote by mail ballot are: (a) persons who have a physical disability, illness, or injury that affects their ability to vote at an Other Voting Opportunity; and (b) persons who expect to be absent from the Regional District of Central Kootenay on General Voting Day and Advance Voting Day. Qualiﬁed electors wishing to receive a Mail Ballot Package must apply to the RDCK between September 29, 2010 and October 14, 2010 until 4:00 p.m. (local time). GENERAL VOTING DAY:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2010
8:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M. (LOCAL TIME) VOTING STATION—ELECTORAL AREA E:
Balfour Community Hall, 8435 Busk St, Balfour, BC Proctor Community Hall, 246 3rd St, Proctor, BC Blewett Elementary School, 2665 Blewett Rd, Blewett, BC RDCK Ofﬁce, 202 Lakeside Dr., Nelson, BC
VOTING STATION—ELECTORAL AREA F:
North Shore Fire Hall, 2703 Greenwood Rd, Nelson, BC North Shore Community Hall, 675 Whitmore Rd, Nelson, BC Beasley Fire Hall, 5095 Highway 3A & 6, Nelson, BC RDCK Ofﬁce, 202 Lakeside Dr., Nelson, BC
VOTING STATION—PORTION ELECTORAL AREA H:
Silvery Slocan Legion Hall, 502 Harold St, Slocan, BC Winlaw Community Hall, 5897 Highway 6, Winlaw, BC Passmore Community Hall, 3656 Passmore Old Rd, Passmore, BC Crescent Valley Community Hall, 1385 Hwy 6, Crescent Valley, BC RDCK Ofﬁce, 202 Lakeside Dr., Nelson, BC
ADVANCE VOTING OPPORTUNITY:
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2010
8:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M. (LOCAL TIME) VOTING STATION—ELECTORAL AREA E:
Balfour Community Hall, 8435 Busk St, Balfour, BC RDCK Ofﬁce, 202 Lakeside Dr., Nelson, BC
VOTING STATION—ELECTORAL AREA F:
RDCK Ofﬁce, 202 Lakeside Dr., Nelson, BC
VOTING STATION—PORTION ELECTORAL AREA H:
Winlaw Community Hall, 5897 Highway 6, Winlaw, BC RDCK Ofﬁce, 202 Lakeside Dr., Nelson, BC
NOTE: A recent change in provincial legislation now enables any qualiﬁed elector to vote on Advance Voting Day. Dawn Attorp, General Manager of Corporate Administration, RDCK, Phone: 250.352.6665 Toll Free: 1.800.268.7325
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Sept. 22, 2010
NOTICE BAKER STREET BRIDGE CLOSURE Please be advised that the Baker Street bridge replacement project is underway. This is the bridge over Cottonwood Creek at the foot of Baker Street. It will be closed periodically to vehicular trafﬁc until the project’s completion date, currently scheduled for the end of October, 2010. Vehicle trafﬁc can access Railway Street area via Government Road off Highway 3A/6. Pedestrian trafﬁc can utilize the marked detour over the old concrete bridge near Nelson Ford. A temporary bridge is installed to accommodate one-way trafﬁc out of the Railway Street area and will be available for use by September 18, 2010.
All businesses in the area will remain open during the project
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Portion of Nelson Salmo Great Northern Trail closed The Nelson Salmo Great Northern Trail, formerly the Burling Northern Santa Fe right of way is currently closed from entrance from Cedar Street in Nelson to Cottonwood Lake until further notice. The closure is required to prevent encounters with Grizzly bears which have been spotted in the area. This closure is in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment, Conservation Officer Service and Wildlife Section and the Nelson City Police. Please do not attempt to view or approach the bears. Bears that learn to approach people, or are approached by people, may be destroyed as a result of an encounter that may become dangerous.
New Storytimes Thursday, Sept. 30, 10:30 a.m. at the Nelson Library, 602 Stanley St.
Tales to be told, stories to be read, and puppets galore are all part of the upcoming storytimes at the newly renovated library. Storytime for 3 to 5 yr olds begins on Thursday, Sept. 30 at 10:30 a.m. and Tales for Twos on October 2 at the same time. Both programs are free but preregistration is necessary. Contact the Nelson Library at 250-352-6333 or email nradonich@nelson. ca. Although they have expanded, enrollment is limited so don’t delay sign up today for an exciting and fun filled time.
Special Olympics BC Volunteer Meeting Thursday, Sept. 23, 7 p.m. at the the NDCC, 503 Hall St.
Special Olympics BC is holding a volunteer meeting and to establish an executive board. With active branches in Castlegar, Nelson and Trail, Special Olympics BC provides individuals with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to enhance their lives and celebrate personal achievement through positive sport experiences. If you want to help ut can’t attend the meeting contact Leslie Thornley, Manager, Community Development at (250) 317-1272 or email Lthornley@specialolympics. bc.ca.
Annual Fall Fair Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m. at Cottonwood Falls Market
In the true spirit of an agricultural fair, there will be a contest for best locally grown fruits and vegetables, home preserves, home-baked pies and fruit desserts, food art and more. Additionally, there will be live bluegrass music and fun races for the kids
including such classics as the three-legged and the wheelbarrow race. For specific information on the categories, please see the Fall Fair Guidelines posted at the Saturday Cottonwood Market and around town. Even if you don’t think you’ll be racing with the kids or entering a pie this year, dress up in your best farmer duds and come on down to see the big pumpkins, creative food art displays and to catch Cattle Annie and Crooked Corral play from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
2nd Annual Dried Fruit & Nut Fundraiser Order deadline is Friday, Sept. 24 at 602 Silica St.
For the next two weeks, the Nelson Food Cupboard will be accepting orders for Rancho Vignola products (ranchovignola.com for more details). All revenue from this sale (and any donated product) will directly support their 2010 Holiday Hamper Project. Payment is due upon pick-up in November. Completed forms can be dropped off at the Nelson Food Cupboard, the Nelson United Church office, or in the Church mailbox (all at 602 Silica St.).
Egyptian and Tribal Bellydance Monday, Sept. 27 to Monday, Nov. 22 at Slocan Park Hall
The Oriental class focuses on Egyptian technique, proper movement anatomy and kinetic awareness. This choreography involving veils, tantalizing moves and emotive expressions is a fun way to strengthen and explore your body through a diverse range of movements. The Tribal class has a folkloric flair that ranges from fiery flamenco inspired moves to celebratory Rajasthani spins to mesmerizing sacred mudras. This class is based on American Tribal Style (ATS) format and movement vocabulary. Register with SVRC at 250-226-0008 or go to www.soulfiredance.webs. com for more info.
Journey with Dance Improvisation Open Class Friday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m. at the Moving Centre, 533 A Baker St.
Learn new ways of moving your body and get a great, creative workout. Wake up to your body wisdom, shed the skin of shyness and celebrate. Marisa Vachon- BA in Contemporary Dance, is an experienced mover with more than 20 years of practice in the Movement Arts. Contact her at 250-3520886 or visit www.thewellnessqi.com.
Sept. 22, 2010
Street Talk: Where would you go on your dream vacation?
Butter is not better Dear Editor, If you are genuine in wanting to encourage your readers into better eating habits, then I suggest you begin by reigning in your food columnist (Be a Butter Believer, Sept 8 issue). After a lifetime of self-confessed margarine consumption, she then turns around and ‘endorses’ organically churned cow-juice. Oh, sorry, RAW would be the go. In this mixed-up world “organic” is often a highly dubious appellation. Of one thing you can be sure: if it is labelled as such you will pay the highest market price. In the case of butter, that price is through the roof. Recommending organic, or, God help us, raw butter, to the average punter is akin to helpfully advising them of the
wonderful palate cleansing properties of fresh strawberries - after their month-long champagne binge in February! Will the next column let the big secret out the bag? Caviar is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids! Perhaps the most egregious flaw in this whole, grossly ill-conceived affair would be the failure to mention un-salted butter. Yes, it costs a bit more than regular but it is a superior product. Ask any dairyman. And, you don’t have to drive to Kitsilano to grab some! Please, Express, let’s not forget who and where we are! Chris Wheeler Slocan Park
A response to Nancy Rosenblum
My dream vacation would be going to Bali, for a little bit of business and pleasure. Work hard, play harder.
Lyndsey Luvstar, Nelson
I wanted to say a big thanks to Nancy Rosenblum for her Gay Pride letter. It is easy for many of us to be complacent, especially in Nelson. It is important to keep in mind that we have a Prime Minister who has opposed every single legal right we have won in this country. I think that if he had the opportunity (ie: a majority government) he would take away our legal rights quicker
than you can say Christian Fundamentalist. While I understand the direction that the Chair of Nelson Pride is moving in and I’m all for striking a conciliatory chord, I am reminded of US President Obama. He tried to avoid the race discussion during the election, he probably feels post-race in many respects, just like many of us feel post-gay. Ultimately though, he had to address the race issue
head on and it was one of his most inspiring speeches too. We are not yet there in terms of full acceptance ,and hence freedom, even in Canada. As long as some of us are being hurt and as long as many of us censor ourselves from fully being ‘out’ in our families, our workplaces, none of us our free. Jane Byers Nelson
the Question: What’s your education level? What’s right or wrong with our education system? 0.0% I would like to go to Egypt and see the pyramids because I love the history and I’ve never been there before.
2.1% 14.6% 37.5%
Alex Dudley, Nelson
10.4% 16.7% 16.7% 2.1%
I would go to China, because I’m interested in lots of their craft and art, but also their gardening.
Suzi Gordon, St. Hanover, Jamaica
NOT enough emphasis on core maths, and sciences. Needs more interactive learning, not memorizing. POST secondary eduction is as important now as a high school diploma used to be, and it’s just too expensive. MORE support is needed for the public education system. Online learning needs to be proven a reliable substitute for classroom learning for each course. POST secondary tuition is very affordable and of high quality, in my experience. What’s missing in our education system at
A toss up between Australia and Japan or China, because they are so exotic.
Frank Smith, Nelson
all levels is teaching financial literacy. Our population is inept and completely uneducated concerning responsible financial behavior. TAXPAYERS paying for transportation to and from schools is wrong, that’s should be parents’ responsibility. WHAT is right is that we have fantastic options and range... what is wrong is that we are trying to find a way to measure magic. VERY very bad: Chronic underfunding and lack of support for special needs students of all types. Really good: Changes at elementary level in methods
of teaching reading and writing, and focus on restorative rather than punitive methods for guiding children in developing kind, repectful ways of interacting with others while getting their own needs met. THE problem is we do not see ourselves as a resource. We are always cutting the education budget. WHAT’S right is the quality, which is high. What’s wrong is that post-secondary education should be universally free to any Canadian who can meet the academic standards.
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Publisher’s Note: Nelson Becker
Education vacations A vacation can be an education. People in our community are very well traveled, and many of our local travelers go with a purpose to learn or to serve others. It might be similar to what Bruce Halstead has done in his 31 journies to Romania to help those less fortunate. It might be similar to some of our LVR High School or Mount Sentinal students who travel to help people in developing countries. These kinds of travel, of giving of one self, is valuable and necessary for the betterment of our world. Another type of travel is focused more on selfeducation. It might be learning dances or uique recipes from different cultures.
Both of these kinds of travel force the adventurer into personal relationships and when these travelers come back to the West Kootenay, they bring back with them stories and knowledge from another place. For me, a person who is not likely to go to these places, it gives me an opportunity to identify with the world tourist. Travelers have a responsibility to their community to bring back stories, photos and recipies. Nelson, too, is often a destination for many people to travel to. When we meet a traveler on our streets, let’s make sure to give them something that they can take back with them, things that are uniquely Kootenay.
Fish Heads and Flowers Fish Heads to the loud drunks who weave their way home at 2 and 3 in the morning, waking people up with their inane chatter. I hope that your sleep is disturbed by lots of loud noise very soon so that you can know what it feels like. - Sleep deprived Flowers to the old Canadian flag atop one of our most classic of heritage buildings. You’ve lived a good life, ol’ girl; time to come down from your proud perch, and allow another fresher flag fly in your stead. - Not-asfaded, patriot Fish Heads to the psychiatrists who diagnose youth recovering from street drugs as schizophrenic, then prescribe them pills with horrible side effects that make their lives even more difficult. Please stop this and get them the detox programs and counselling they deserve. - Tired of pill pushing
Flowers to all the wonderful people who donate good quality, lightly used clothing. - Warmer woman Fish Heads to those people who text messages back and forth all day long and ignore the people around you who are trying to engage in a real conversation, so you can answer some pointless text with a “lol” or a “: )”. Lets be a little more considerate, people! It’s no different than whispering secrets while others are present. - Go text yourself Flowers to those people who in the face of a leadership crisis, step up and do something to help, no matter how small it may seem. - Proud of you Fish Heads to people who slag out anything and everything, yet act so insulted if it comes back to them. Get a taste of your own medicine. Watch your mouth
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Sept. 22, 2010
IMTV is, from left to right: C.J. Mini-Van (Musical Personality), Jenna Raider (Host & Creative Producer), Kat Whalen (Director), and Shane Hainsworth (Assistant Director). You can catch the first episode of season two on Thursday, Sept. 30 at SpiritBar, or online at www.unitynetwork.ca.
IMTV season two is second to none In an entertainment landscape rife with at-the-click-of-a-mouse product, the IMTV crew finds a way to fuse online and live shows, providing audiences with the best of both worlds, and a chance for local talent to shine across the globe. IMTV Season 2 Episode 1 Thursday, Sept. 30, doors open at 9 p.m. at SpiritBar, 422 Vernon St.
STEPHANIE TAYLOR With one year of live and online shows under their belt, the IMTV crew is returning for their second season a little older, a little wiser, and a little more fabulous. “We are again trying to find all the local talent out there,” says IMTV hostess Jenna Raider. “We want to give these very talented local artists a place to spotlight their stuff, strut their stuff or make us laugh.” Season one shows, featuring artists as diverse as Liesel Forst, Lucas Myers, and Avril Foxx, have set the bar pretty high, but season two is already bringing together another stellar collection of local legends and as-of-yet unknown talent. Visitors to the IMTV stage for their sophomore season include Adham Shaikh (on November 25) and for their upcoming show, rock legends Savage Blade, drag queen Moira la Noir, and a fall premiere
courtesy of the fashion-friendly ladies of Global Underground. Also featured in season two is the return of the incomparable Marco Sordini, bringing with him an almost other-worldly talent for hilarious banter with Miss Raider, and CJ Minivan rockin’ the mix-tapes for an unstoppable night of sweet jams and deep cuts. “And don’t forget the film shorts, and lots of other fun surprises,” Raider adds. In addition to the live performances, the late-night talk show-style series will be streamed live onto the worldwide web and available for all to see via the IMTV sister company, unitynetwork.ca. There, viewers can watch the show on a new, smoother feed and with a more consistent sound, thanks to “Internet superheroes Blair and Zeb,” adds director Kat Whalen. “We’ve increased our bandwidth this year, so we expect the quality of the feed to be far superior than last year.” This doesn’t mean, though, that locals should stay home in their jammies and watch the show online, and the girls are
encouraging everyone who is able to come down to see the show live at SpiritBar. “There are two entities; you come to see the live show and its something, and if you’re watching the online show its a totally different thing,” Raider explains. “Like when you see a live band and compare it to a live-recorded album, its a whole other art.” “That’s why Jenna is so good on stage,” Whalen adds. “She is so good at improv. And Shane (Hainsworth, IMTV assistant director) and I are quick on our feet and can adjust to technical problems behind the scenes.” In spite of some minor problems with Internet sound quality last season, feedback from the public has been positive. “Lots of people, after seeing the show, tell us that they’d love to be on,” Raider says, “but then they get nervous! “It’s a friendly, organic environment though, really guests are just sitting and chatting with me, no pressure, just a really good time.” The crew wants the show to be used as
an outlet for all types of creative talent in the area, something which everyone can agree there is an abundance of. “It’s a really cyclical endeavour for us, because we get to go out there and do what we love to do, and we can help promote people who are doing what they love to do, and provide a networking experience. “We know about so many talented artists here, but we want to know who we don’t know,” Raider adds. Artists interested in appearing on IMTV should contact Raider and the crew through the website, unitynetwork.ca. They are also looking for businesses and groups to sponsor the events. IMTV episodes can be seen live every other month at SpiritBar, a place that “feels like home, because the show has a live music element that plays well in the bar scene. “Plus,” Raider adds, “Ryan (Martin) has been great to us, very accommodating. And funny!” IMTV Season Two kickoff is Thursday, Sept. 30, doors open at 9 p.m. and seats will fill up fast, so come early.
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arts&entertainment Sept. 22, 2010
Capitol Theatre Restoration Society AGM Wednesday, Oct. 27, 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 421 Victoria St.
The Capitol Theare Restoration Society will be holding their annual general meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 27 in the Capitol Theatre lobby located at 421Victoria St. All are wlcomed to attend. For more information call 250-352-6363 or email capitoltheatre@netidea. com.
Library/Co-op Cookbook Launch Friday, Oct. 1, 6:30 p.m. at the Nelson Library, 602 Stanley St.
Two local institutions have teamed up to create a literary cookbook. Seasonings: a Year of Local Flavour in Words and Recipes will be released at a special event on Friday, October 1. Dozens of cooks and scribes came forward and submitted recipes, poems, stories, and essays celebrating gardens, growing, seasons, and food. Food photographer Heather Goldsworthy of Image Obscura Photography and designer Steven Cretney of The Forest Design Communications made the concept soar. Although the Co-op is a full partner in the production of Seasonings, 100 per cent of the profits from the book will benefit the Nelson Library and its expansion project. The Seasonings launch is part of a special event and open house to showcase the Library’s expansion progress to date and to celebrate the Library’s birthday. The library celebrates nine decades in the community. The evening is an open house, so people can tour the library’s renovation and expansion at its halfway point. It’s also a birthday party, because being 90 years young is no small achievement. Delicious samples and a birthday cake (carrot, of course), supplied by local bakers and chefs, are part of the evening’s fare. Celebrating words, books, and seasons are four of the cookbook’s writers— Rita Moir, Tom Wayman, Eileen Delahanty Pearkes, and Almeda Glenn Miller. A literary reading will start at 7:30, and cookbooks will be available for sale throughout the evening.
Swollen Members w/ Cityreal & Rafferty Saturday, Oct. 2, 9:30 p.m. at the Royal, 330 Baker St.
Swollen Members have put in the work. In 1996 Mad Child and Prev traveled to the B-Boy Summit in San Diego, where Mad Child battled and was initiated into the legendary
Rock Steady Crew, hip hop’s highest respected collective, making Swollen Members one of only three Rock Steady affiliated rap groups. Their latest effort, Heavy, weighs in as their most sonically evolved to date. This is not only an important time for the group but for their potential impact on rap music as a whole.
= two drummers + four bass players + two samplers + five synthesizers + one vocoder. This is volatile dance music, pick your jaw up off the floor and get down.
Wooden Sky w/ Yukon Blonde & The Great Bloomers Monday, Sept. 27, 9 p.m. The Royal, 330 Baker St.
the creation of numerous recordings, videos and performances. When Parker died in January 2007 he left an incredible legacy and proceeds from the Road Show will be used to bring more of his work into to a public format. Current projects are editing a book of his songs and producing his final project, The Princess and the Kid, as a 2 CD set.
local artist. Live music by Rob Johnson and friends, and gourmet grazing by Alligator Pie, will round out the evening’s highlights. All funds raised will be used to support the care and presentation of the Touchstones Nelson permanent collection. Tickets are limited and available at Touchstones.
Ladies Night with the
Nelson Comedy Night Thursday, Sept. 30 at Finley’s, 705 Vernon St.
Dylan Rhymer is one of Vancouver’s boldest voices in political comedy. His shows are a rapid-fire blend of surreal concepts and razor-sharp social commentary which has gained him comparisons to figures as diverse as Jonathan Swift, Bill Hicks and Charlie Chaplin.
AUX TV Presents The Canadian Playboyz Art Opening and Book Wooden Sky and Yukon Emil Brynge and Thursday, Sept. 23 at Finley’s, Fish & Bird w/ Blonde on their cross Emaline Delapaix Launch 705 Vernon St. Canada fall tour. Toronto’s Locomotive Ghost Friday, Oct. 8, 6:30 p.m. at Enso Wednesday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. at The Canadian Playboyz The Wooden Sky will be BiBO, 518 Hall St. Hair Salon, 336 Baker St. are a company that services Thursday, Sept. 30, 9 p.m. at The supporting their Polaris Shawn Morris will longlisted album If I Don’t Swedish indie folk meets western Canada in exotic Royal, 330 Baker St. Fish & Bird are returnbe hanging 20 different Come Home You’ll Know Australian alt folk with entertainment and have 24”x36” canvases, the con- I’m Gone, and Yukon shared performances of been named Best Male ing to Nelson to deliver tents of which will display Blonde, their self-titled their own original material Dance Group in the entire their unique folk and new grass stylings. This is a spea range of themes from a debut, also longlisted for as well as collaborations country. cial show for the band, and Kootenay inspiration to Polaris. incorporating acoustic after the success of their world travel. Morris is also The band recorded their guitar, banjo, percussion, Pacha Mama Mother previous gig at The Sugar using this venue to lauch second album, If I Don’t piano, violin, clever obser- Existence Shack, many people are a 280 page book of poetry Come Home, You’ll Know vations and lovely vocal anxious to hear how the that has been recieving I’m Gone in late 2008 and harmonies. Call BiBO to Friday, Sept. 24, 7-9 p.m. at the Yoga Loft, 625 Front St. band has developed. wonderful international early 2009 in Montreal reserve at 250-352-2744. On the road they have Enjoy an evening of acclaim. Partial proceeds with producer Howard traditional Andean music dealt with broken vans, of the artwork and sales of Bilerman (Arcade Fire, Quick Draw and art. Hugo and Carlos canceled gigs, weird people, the book are being donated Thee Silver Mt. Zion, Saturday, Oct. 2, 7-10 p.m. at to a charity in Nicaragua Basia Bulat). This record, Touchstones Nelson, 502 Vernon St. Franco from the Wiñay new vans, flat tires, limited Taki Community in P’isaq, interior space of vehicles, called nicahope.org released in 2009, saw them Quick Draw offers an Peru are visiting Canada and somehow they have push the limits of the folk Shout out out out out and country genres that exciting evening of art, to share their culture and had a great time and have was heard on When Lost adversaries and auctions want to invite you to par- experienced some of the Saturday, Sept. 25 at SpiritBar, At Sea with a more sonic not to be missed. Quick ticipate in a unique chance most amazing generosity 422 Vernon St. and multi-instrumentally Draw event tickets guaran- to experience the Andes that humanity has to offer. Shout out out out out layered aesthetic. tee an original drawing by a trough their art. ����������������������������� ���������� live shows are a true spectacle. The stage is filled Blake Parker Memorial with gear, two drummers ������������������������������������� pound away in unison with Road Show a sequenced 808 beat, while Saturday, Sept. 25, 7 p.m. at the the other members alter- Vallican Whole Community Centre, nate between hammering 3762 Little Slocan River Rd. away on their respective The annual Blake Parker bass guitars, dialing up Road Show is an evening analog synth lines, sing- to celebrate creativity and ing robot-voiced vocoder improvisation in mixed melodies, beating away media: spoken word, image, on a variety of cowbells dance and music. Blake and electronic drum pads, Parker was an inspired perpumping their fists, and formance poet who improjumping around. No one vised and collaborated with seems to know or care if many other artists, musithey are a rock band or an cians and dancers. Parker’s electro collective. It’s quite love of collaboration and a sweaty phenomenon. experimentation with Shout out out out out multi-media artists led to
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Sept. 22, 2010
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Japandroids hits the stage at Spiritbar on Sept. 28.
I once marked a housemate’s birthday by sneaking into her room at dawn, setting up speakers on either side of the bed, and blasting “Birthday” by the Beatles at cranked volume. She did, eventually forgive me. She never forgot that birthday. I’ve had that Beatles tune in my head for days while we’re getting ready for the Nelson Library 90th birthday party. We’ve been doing our best to crank up the volume. October 1st is the big day, and we’re doing it in style, starting at 6:30 p.m. There will be balloons, cake, goodie bags, and tours of our expansion at its halfway point, so folks can see how bright and spacious we’ve become. It’s also the launch of our literary cookbook Seasonings: a Year of Local Flavor in Words and Recipes, a project created in partnership with the Kootenay Country Store Cooperative. As well as fundraiser, it’s a celebration of all things local: food through the seasons, and writers and their words all
Japandroids Tuesday, Sept. 28 at SpiritBar, 422 Vernon St.
Japandroids is a two piece band from Vancouver, BC, and is coming to Nelson fresh from the summer festival circuit. This ‘band’ started in 2006 as a creative outlet for the post-teenage angst of Brian King and David Prowse. Originally intended to be a trio, the boys decided to forgo the logistical nightmare of having a ‘lead singer’ and do it themselves. As a consequence, Japandroids are one guitar, one set of drums, and two vocalizers. They call it garage rock, but they don’t care what you call it, as long as it’s not minimal. Japandroids are maximal - a two piece band trying to sound like a five piece band. Supporting Japandroids gets you into Heaven, no questions asked. Opening will be two great bands, Frog Eyes and PS I ���������� Love You.
check this out Anne DeGrace year ‘round. I found myself salivating over the recipes—which were Co-op Marketing Manager Jocelyn Carver’s department—submitted by Co-op Deli suppliers and cooks at large. But the words, too, are delicious, from haiku to short story. The evening will feature readings by our four “seasons” essayists: Rita Moir, Tom Wayman, Catherine Fisher reading for Eileen Delahanty Pearkes, and Almeda Glenn Miller, whose piece “January Gets a Bit Dark for Me” made me laugh—something we should all do in the darker days of winter. Almeda writes: “To solve the problem of January I put up peaches in the fall. I don’t slice them for pies or anything like that; I halve them because I like the way they mimic a whole stack
of suns in the Mason jar. To come to terms with a January winter morning, I place a few peach halves on a Mediterranean blue plate, and refuse to speak English to anyone all morning. “No speak Eeenglish,” I say. “Leetle, leetle eeenglish” because I don’t really have another language I can speak.” My own birthday is in January, with a new plan for peaches on the menu. But for the Nelson Library’s birthday, what’s on the menu—besides delectable samples from Seasonings— is a celebration of where the library’s come from, and where it’s going. Because just as the sprout grows into the butterdrenched bean come fall, the Library’s grown. We’re ripe with a great collection, shiny new digs full of light and colour, an upcoming referendum with an opportunity to share our bounty with the wider region, and a fabulous outlook for the future. You could even say we’re cranking up the volume. That’s not half bad for a 90-year-old gal.
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Sept. 22 - 28 Aries
Life may really be like a box of chocolates right now. You may have too many sweet options and you can be ﬁnding it is hard to decide. Emotional love triangles may be manifesting and evolving.
You may discover something new about yourself that can life altering effects. Perhaps you are uncovering hidden talents. Now is the time to let your creative ideas shine. Put the energy into making it happen.
Relationships, relationships, relationships. Got one? Want one? Want out of one? Having troubles making up your mind? Honour your truth within. Say what you mean and mean what you say. Be mindful of your words and how they translate into action. It’s all or nothing right now.
Anne DeGrace is the Adult Services Coordinator at the Nelson Municipal Library. Visit www.nelsonlibrary.ca or call 250-352-6333.
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This is a time for organization, instant action, and being prepared. Have the end goal in sight and everything else that has to be done will fall into place. Remain open to alternative courses of action if they seem more efficient.
Getting into a new routine can be fun and refreshing. Be careful about how you are scheduling in to your day. You may even have to specifically schedule your down time.
It could be a minor or major event that can bring increased joy and happiness into your life. Your careful calculations and paying attention to the details can be paying off now.
Reconciliation with the past can help you in the present. Family matters or past relationships that leave you feeling bitter can be hindering your progress. Take what you have learned from these potent situations and make amends where they are needed.
Are you reiterating negative events of the past all the time? This can seriously drain your energy and even those around you. Do what you can to be in the present and see the beauty of life.
Preparation can be the key to your success right now. Like a squirrel that has to gather its food to last the winter, you too should be getting ready for the months ahead. This can increase your level of enjoyment later down the road.
Get serious about making things happen for yourself. No one else is going to do it for you. If you know what’s best for you, then do it, no matter what people around think.
Time to gather your resource and plan strategically for the next upcoming months. Balance passion with logic and dig deep to find what resources are available to you.
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Sept. 22, 2010
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5 - 6 p.m. at the Moving Centre. Call Heather, 354-0492 KOOTENAY AKIDO
5 - 6 p.m. Kids Class, ages 7-12 6:30 - 8 p.m. Adult Class, 213C Baker St. 250-352-3935 KUTENAIS FINEST PERSONAL TRAINING
8 a.m. Core Fusion with Ali Popoff 182 Baker St. 250-352-9196 YANG/CHEN TAI CHI AND QI GONG
7 -8:30 a.m. Summit Health & Fitness, 685-B Baker St352-7897 THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST
5:30-7 all levels HOT yoga flow- jenna arpita MIXED MARTIAL ARTS FITNESS GROUP
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10-11:30 a.m Prenatal Yoga, Donna 5:30 - 7 p.m. Power Yoga, Elissa 7:30 - 9 p.m. Yoga Basics Course, 8 classes/ $80
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Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Tuesday, Oct. 5 at Shanti Yoga, 466 Josephine St.
8:30 - 10, gentle yet energizing! Marisa 352.0886 www.thewellnessqi.com
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2:30 - 3:45 Kids, 6 - 7 p.m. Adults Blewette Elementary School, Keith Clughart, 551-3345
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10 - 11:30 a.m. Rejuvanitive, Shayla 12 - 1:30 p.m. Hatha Flow, Donna
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9:30 - 11:30 a.. Free drop-in Nelson Health Unit, 2nd floor Kutenai Building, 333 Victoria Street, 250-505-7200. KOOTENAY AKIDO
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Carmen Carter, M.Ed., R.C., P.T.I. Children/Youth & Families ..... 354-4485 CHIROPRACTIC
Hydrotherpy, Detoxification, Nutrition. U. Devine ....................... 352-6419 COUNSELLING & CONSULTATION
Rolf Structural Integration, www.gravitytherapy.com ............. 352-6611 ������������������������������ Caroline Shalimar VRBA RMT. .................... 354-4808. Mobile: 509-3400
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Shayla Wright certified life coach/mentor.............................. 352-7908
Sally Shamai, MEd, RCC, individuals & couples ............... 1-877-688-5565 Jenie Taylor, BCST & Somatic Trauma Therapy ....................... 551-4022 Whispering Herd - Counselling Equine Assisted Growth, Life Transitions, whisperingherd.com ........................................................... 354-7778
Mountain Waters Spa, Voted Best Spa 2007-09 .................. 352-3280 Shalimar Health Spa, Voted Nelson’s Best Spa....................... 354-4408 Found, Nelson’s Aveda Concept Spa & Salon ..................... 352-7775
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McKenzie Community Chiropractic .................................... 352-1322 COACHING
A Touch of Aloha, Lomi, Cranio, Structural, Sports ...................... 229-4424 Palliative Massage Course, July 9-18, 2010 .................. 1-800-611-5788 RUB IT IN Mobile & Studio, Deep T., Neuro, Sports ............... 352-6804
Kootenai Pilates 540 Baker St. .......................................... 352-1600 PSYCHOLOGISTS
Joy Green Hypnosis, Talk Therapy, Energy Work ......................... 352-9927
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OM Yoga, 3067 Heddle Rd. 6-Mile, omyogasixmile.com ........ 825-0011 ShantiYogaStudio,Baker@Josephine....................................352-7703 Kutenai’s Finest Yoga, 182 Baker St .............................. 352-9196 Yoga Therapy, specializing in chronic pain. Heritage Health Centre 823 Baker St. Eliza Gooderham .............................. 354-3885
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Sept. 22, 2010
ongoing events Wednesdays NEED INEXPENSIVE BIRTH control? Options for Sexual Health drop-in clinic. 333 Victoria St. 5:30-8 p.m. THE NELSON SCRABBLE CLUB meets at 1 p.m. Info 352-6936 DOES SOMEONE’S DRINKING trouble you? Al-Anon meeting. The Cellar. 717A Vernon St. Noon. GLACIER HARMONIES WOMEN’S Barbershop Chorus. All welcome at 7 p.m. to Baptist Church, 6115th St. Nelson. Dorothy 352-7199 or Joey 352-3393 PUBLIC MEDITATION 12-1 p.m. All welcome. Kootenay Shambhala Meditation Centre 444 Baker St. www.nelsonbuddha.com SAHAJ MARG GROUP meditation. Please phone: Eleanor 352-3366 or Sarah 354- 9496 SHOTOKAN KARATE 5-7P.M. St. Joseph’s school gym 523 Mill St. NELSON TABLE TENNIS CLUB. 5:30 -7:30 p.m. at Blewett Elementary School when school is in session. 352-9547 or 3525739 CHOIR AT NDYC 3:30-5:30 p.m. Call 352-5656 for details DRUG PROBLEM? We can help. Call Narcotics Anonymous 1-800342-7439 PARENT & CHILD TIME at the Harrop Hall. 10 a.m. - 12 noon Information: Lesley 825-0140 NELSON WOMEN’S CENTRE drop in noon-4 p.m. Free clothing/ food. 420 Mill Street 250-352-9916 LEGION DARTS in beverage room, 7:30 p.m. Info 352-7727 or email email@example.com
Thursdays FIGURE DRAWING. Live models. Sept 16 - Oct 21, $60. KSA, 602 Victoria St., Nelson. Ph 3527646 IS ALCOHOL A problem in your life? AA Meetings, Lunch Bunch at Noon. Into Action Big Book Study at 8:00 p.m. The Cellar. 717A Vernon St. ACUPUNCTURE FOR ADDICTIONS Free drop-in clinic, 9:30 a.m. Located at 333 Victoria Street, 2nd Floor. 505-7248 BIBLE STUDY JOY Baptist Church, 6:30 p.m. 560 Baker St., Suite #3. Everyone welcome. SIGNING CHOIR (sign language) 3:30 p.m. at NDYC, 608 Lake St. www. ndyc.com PUBLIC MEDITATION 5:15 - 6:15 p.m. All welcome. Kootenay Shambhala Meditation Centre, 444 Baker St. www.nelsonbuddha.com NELSON WOMEN’S CENTRE noon - 4 for recycled bag sewing project. 250 352 9916 NELSON BADMINTON CLUB meets at Mary Hall Gymnasium, 7 - 9 p.m. Everyone welcome. Anne 250-352-7536, Guy 250352-6330. TOASTMASTERS 2ND AND 4th Thursday (each month): Improve your public speaking, communication and leadership skills. http:// kokanee.freetoasthost.ws ENJOY DRAWING PEOPLE? 7-9 pm, Until Feb 11. $60. KSA drawing studio. Ph 352-7646. HABLAS ESPANOL? GROUP meeting 2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month. Grounded Cafe. 5 p.m. Todos Bieviendo NELSON KNITTING CO-OP: A new knitting group. Everyone welcome ($2) Meet at Anglican Church 12-3pm. CAPOEIRA CLASSES AT 7:00p. m. Baker St. drop in, beginners welcome. Brazilian martial arts/ dance and music. ULTIMATE FRISBEE COED 6:30 Lakeside Field. Everyone welcome NELSON BELLYDANCE CLASSES Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45 or 8:00 p.m. 533 Moving Centre. Baker St. 250-509-0633
Fridays GENDER OUTLAWS, a support & social group for trans & gender variants. 354-5362 NELSON AA-F-TROOP meeting at the Cellar 717A Vernon St. 8pm.
DOES SOMEONE’S DRINKING TROUBLE YOU? Al-Anon meeting 8 p.m. at 601 Front St. A COURSE IN Miracles support/ study group meeting at Manistone Wellness Centre, 507 Baker St., #209, 9:30 a.m.-noon. All welcome. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS DISCUSSION meeting, 12 noon, The Cellar, 717A Vernon St, 1-800342-7439.
Saturdays MEAT DRAWS, Nelson Legion 3:45 pm, in beverage room with Karaoke after. 352-7727 WILDERNESS SURVIVAL, HERBALISM and Stone Age Skills classes! Ongoing program. Children, teen, adult classes. 357-2822. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS NOON meeting at The Cellar. 717A Vernon St. THE NELSON SCRABBLE CLUB meets Saturday at 1 p.m. For further info. Please call 250-3526936 NELSON CHESS CLUB every Saturday morning, all welcome. Seniors Hall, 777 Vernon St. CHILDREN’S ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Ages 4-7 at The Moving Centre. Call The Dance Path, Marguerite Wood, 3592926 WALK IN PEACE: at Lakeside Park (at the gate), 1st Saturday monthly. 10:30 a.m. Be The Change KUTENAI ART THERAPY INSTITUTE Art Zone Drop-In Open Studio 11-4 pm. 601 Front St. 250-352-2264. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Step meeting, 10 am, The Cellar, 717A Vernon St, 1-800-342-7439
Sundays CRIBBAGE, LEGION beverage room, 12:30 pm Info: 352-7727 WILDERNESS SURVIVAL, HERBALISM and Stone Age Skills classes! Ongoing program. Children, teen, adult classes. 357-2822. PUBLIC MEDITATION 9 a.m. - 12 p.m Mid-morning refreshments; come and go as you wish. Shambhala Meditation Centre 444 Baker St. www.nelsonbuddha.com WORSHIP SERVICES JOY BAPTIST CHURCH 10 a.m., 11 a.m, 6:30 p.m., 560 Baker St, Suite #3, 825-4095. SUNDAY MORNING WORHSIP, Community Church, Passmore Hall, 11 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP, ST. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Slocan, 2 p.m. NELSON AA SUNDAY Morning 10 a.m. The Cellar. 717A Vernon St. NELSON UNITED CHURCH service, 10 a.m. 602 Silica St. All are welcome. ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH Service 10:15 a.m. 1805 Silverking Rd. You are welcome. 352-2515 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE 9AM at St. Michael & All Angels. Balfour. All are welcome ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH Everyone welcome to 4 p.m. worship 21 Silica St. 354-3308o SAHAJ MARG GROUP meditationplease phone: Eleanor 352-3366 or Sarah 354- 9496 QUAKER MEETING, 723 Ward, upstairs, 10 a.m.. 354 3859 WINLAW FARMERS MARKET. Herbs, produce, crafts and flea market. Venders and buskers welcome, 226.6492/226.7862 ULTIMATE FRISBEE COED 3:30 Lakeside Field Everyone welcome
Auditions 6 30pm at the Seniors Center with Pauline Lamb contact: firstname.lastname@example.org MT. SENTINEL SCHOOL South Slocan Badminton Mon Wed 7:30 p.m. 359-7610 OPEN HOUSE, Kootenay Shambhala Meditation Centre. Meditation instruction and practice 7 p.m; talk and discussion 8 p.m; tea 9 p.m. 444 Baker St. www.nelsonbuddha.com
BAHA’I COMMUNITY OF NELSON NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS DISCUSPlease join us for prayers and SION meeting, 12 noon, The Cellar, an introduction to the Baha’i faith 717A Vernon St, 1-800-342-7439. 7 p.m 354-0944 DRUMMING FROM THE Heart DIAPER FREE BABY / Drum Circles. 1st/3rd Monday ELIMINATION Communication monthly. North Shore Hall 7pm/$7 Support Circle, 4th Monday of each Kim 505-2684 month 10 - 12 a.m. at The Family Place 312 Silica St. HERITAGE HARMONY SING FOR MY Child 8:30 - 9:40 BARBERSHOP Chorus. Welcoming Tuesday mornings. Lullabies, anyone! Tim 250-825-9694 or Children’s songs. Nelson Waldorf John 250-352-6892 School 354-1492 SHOTOKAN KARATE 5-7P.M. St. SUFFER FROM AN Eating Disorder? Joseph’s school gym 523 Mill Need Support?, 352-9598 after 6 Street p.m. or email@example.com for more info. SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING 79 p.m. Central School Gym: 811 ACUPUNCTURE FOR ADDICTIONS Stanley St., Nelson. Beginners Free drop-in clinic, 1:30 p.m. Welcome Located at 333 Victoria St, 2nd Floor. 505-7248 NELSON BADMINTON CLUB meets at Mary Hall Gymnasium, YOUNG FELLOWS OFF BOOZE AA 7 - 9 p.m. Everyone welcome. Meeting 8 p.m. The Cellar. 717A Anne 250-352-7536 Guy 250-352Vernon 6330 NELSON WOMEN’S CENTRE DROP IN GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP. drop in noon-four. Free clothing/ 7-9 p.m. at Broader Horizons, 905 food.420 Mill Street 250-352-9916 Gordon Road, back door. NELSON COMMUNITY BAND ADULT BADMINTON @ Redfish Rehearsals, 7:30-9:00, First School, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. $20. Baptist Church, 611 5th St, New Bring racquet and indoor footwear. members welcome. 352-6119 For info call 229-4346 229-4343 NEW OA MEETING 577 BAker St. 229-4485 8 p.m. 1-800-611-5788 COOKING CLASSES EVERY CAPOEIRA CLASSES @ 7:00p. Wed/Sun. Many topics to m. Baker st. drop in, beginers choose from. Contact Lorraine at welcome. Brazilian martial arts/ firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-����������������������������� dance and music 352-3860 PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP A COURSE IN Miracles support/ monthly meeting to be held at study group at Manistone Wellness Kiwanis Hall in Nelson. 1:30. Centre, 507 Baker Street, #209 at Everyone welcome 6:30 p.m.
Wed. Sept. 22
Thurs. Sept. 30
AN INTIMATE CONCERT with Emil Brynge and Elamine Delapaix. 7:00pm - 9:30pm BiBO 518 Hall Street
PRESCHOOL STORYTIME NELSON Library. 10:30a.m. Preregister 352-6333. Stories, songs, puppets & much more. Sept.30 Nov.25
Thurs. Sept. 23 ALL BASEBALL PARENTS and Enthusiasts. Nelson Minor Baseball AGM. 6:30pm NDCU Boardroom 501 Vernon St. Pick up pictures,drop uniforms,provide feedback and planning for the next season. Help us set up a new Board,mgmt., and coaching team now for organization in the spring of 2011
Fri. Sept. 24 JOURNEY WITH DANCE Improvisation Open Class. Creative Dance Workout. Moving Centre 533 Baker. Marisa:250.352.0886 www. thewellnessqi.com
Sat. Sept. 25
Wed. Sept. 22
OPEN MIC NIGHT with Estevan at The Royal. PAUL LANDSBERG with Friends at the Library Lounge
Thurs. Sept. 23 MATT EPP AND The Amorian Assembly. This Soul/Folk act brings their music to The Royal ROB JOHNSON & FRIENDS at the Library Lounge
Fri. Sept. 24 SOUNDVIBES 2010 Four venues, 15 bands and 1 great cause. Come support local music and the K.L.H.F. SOCIAL DANCING EVERY Friday at the Royal Free. Mostly Swing, smooth, Latin. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. JUDE DAVISON - sings classic songs and acoustic originals at Max & Irmas 6-9pm
SOCIAL DANCING EVERY Friday at the Royal Free. Mostly Swing, smooth, Latin. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. JUDE DAVISON - sings classic songs and acoustic originals at Max & Irmas 6-9p.m.
Sat. Oct. 2 SWOLLEN MEMBERS WITH Cityreal. Legendary Hip Hop group returns to Nelson. Tickets available at The Royal NIKKO AT THE Librar y Lounge OPEN STAGE AT the Vallican Whole 6:30-9:30p.m. By donation, 250-226-7796, 3762 Little Slocan River Road
NELSON FALL FAIR at Cottonwood Market. Produce and baking contest, kids games and live music by Cattle Annie.10-2pm. Guidlines postered
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PYSCHIC NORM PRATT @ Unity Centre of the Kootenays, 905 Gordon Rd. Broader Horizons. Back door, 11 a.m. TEXAS HOLD-EM CHARITY Poker 1:00 pm Upstairs Legion hall. Public invited over 19 years. 3527727
Mon. Sept. 27
Sat. Oct. 2 COTTONWOOD MARKET, COTTON Woodfalls in Nelson THE WISDOM OF Our Ancestors. A one day Family Constellation workshop.Ever yone carries within them the gifts, strengths and challenges and sometimes, even the fate of our ancestors. Family Constellation work provides insights and resolution to many difficult personal and family problems that may have roots far back in our ancestry.Location: Prestige Lakeside Hotel Cost $75.00 preregistered. Time: 9:30 until 5:00 PM To register or for more information please call Blanche and Harreson Tanner 250-227-6877 or e-mail email@example.com web site www.lifeshiftseminars.com LEARN FERTILITY AWARENESS to effectively prevent or achieve pregnancy naturally. For more info, call 250-226-7937 TALES FOR TWOS Storytime. Nelson Librar y. 10:30 a.m. Preregister 352-6333. Stories, songs and much more
Sun. Oct. 3 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION AT the Legion, 402 Victoria, 15 pm. Young and old invited. Refreshments available
BIRDING THE SOUTHWEST with Gary Davidson. Selkirk College Silver King Campus. 8pm. West Kootenay Naturalists
Tues. Sept. 28 ACE
YOUR JOB Inter view free workshop. Learn about body language and how to answer the questions effectively. Information/registration firstname.lastname@example.org (250)352-6200
Wed. Sept. 29 A TASTE OF Nelson 6-9 pm at the Best Western, Tickets $30 at Culinary Conspiracy. Buy 8 tickets & reserve a table
MISSING DOG - MOOSE Purebred Boston Terrier went missing on Monday, Sept. 13 from Touchstones Nelson. Mising one front claw. REWARD! No questions asked. 250.352.0542 or 604.762.5797
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PARTYNIKKO AT THE Library Lounge OPEN STAGE AT the Vallican Whole 6:30-9:30p.m. By donation, 250-226-7796, 3762 Little Slocan River Road COTTONWOOD MARKET HOSTS great local & touring musicians from 10am - 2pm
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Sun. Sept. 26
WOODEN SKY WITH Yukon Blonde at The Royal. Two of Canada’s premier indie bands together
Mon. Sept. 27
SARAH MCGLYNN & RICH Rabnett at the Library Lounge
Tue. Sept. 28
CLIFF MADDIX with Friends at the Library Lounge MAGIC BUS DJ’S at The Royal. The return of the All Vinyl Night. No Cover
Wed. Sept. 29
OPEN MIC NIGHT at The Royal hosted by Estevan PAUL LANDSBERG with Friends at the Library Lounge
Thurs. Sept. 30 FISH AND BIRD with Locomotive Ghost. Think ‘Old Timey Radiohead’. Authentic, passionate & talented ROB JOHNSON & FRIENDS at the Library Lounge
Fri. Oct 1 BUTTER SOUL LIVE at The Royal. Dexter, Rhapsody and Mr. Smith spinning funky, drippy music
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Sept. 22, 2010
FREE reader classifieds can be submitted through our web site at www.expressnews.bc.ca. Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon sharp. First 15 words are free. 25c per word thereafter. Only one free classified ad per week is permitted per phone number. Free classifieds will not be taken over the phone. ANNOUNCEMENTS B.MCJONES HIGHLAND DANCING is taking registrations for new beginners! 4 yrs + . Call Brenda at 250-3547296 KRIS WITT ACCOUNTING Company Ltd. Our office is now back to regular hours ( 9 a.m to 5 p.m.), Monday to Friday AWARD WINNING AUTHOR Anita Rau Badami is the guest speaker at this year's Kootenay Book Weekend. She will be discussing "Can You Hear the Nightbird Call" on Sunday, September 26th at the Best Western on Baker St. at 11:00 am. Tickets are $10.00 at Otter Books or at the door. LOOK AND SEE, paintings by Terry Huva at Kootenay Bakery to the end of September. ADIDAM STUDY GROUP. All are welcome. www.adidam.org or phone 250354-4724 ATTENTION RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SURVIVORS! If you received the CEP (Common Experience Payment), you may be eligible for further cash compensation. To see if you qualify, phone toll free 1-877-988-1145 now. Free service!
ART ART SHOW FEATURING Paula Smith. At Selkirk Eyecare, 543 Baker St. Now through October!
AUTO FINANCING $0 DOWN & we make your 1st payment at auto credit fast. Need a vehicle? Good or Bad credit call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599. www.autocreditfast. ca. DLN 30309.
WANTED JOURNEYMAN FLAT roofer - Calgary PVC, EPDM, T&G, & other flat roof systems. Must have Journeyman Ticket and valid Drivers License. Wages $30+ Foreman & Supervisory positions available. Call 403-261-6822. LOOKING FOR A CHANGE? A Family company that cares about their people. Our company was built on trust, understanding & hope for a future. Do you enjoy Camping, Boating, Hunting. We offer full-time employment in an atmosphere that promotes better lifestyle, family & opportunities for growth. Currently seeking full-time positions for certified/apprentice Picker operators, Winch tractor, Bed truck & Dispatchers with rig move experience. We offer above average remuneration, excellent benefit package, solid future earnings, incentives & a change in attitude towards the employee! Fax resume 780623-4051. Email: hr@Calnashtrucking. com. CHEAP TELEPHONE RECONNECT! Paying too much? Switch, save money, and keep your number! First month only $24.95 + connection fee. Phone Factory Reconnect 1-877-336-2274 ; www.phonefactory.ca.
FREE! OLDER STYLE woodstove. Heavy blue drapes. Wooden blinds. 825-2728 15 FT BESTWAY swimming pool and all the accessories - 2 years old. 399-4718 WASHER/DRYER, WORK FINE, 3544682
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LOST: BLACK BAG with personal papers and tools. Playmor Park & Ride. Toll-free message 1-877-952-6200 Robert. BIKE FOUND: SPECIALIZED rock hopper. Call 354-7580 FOUND: NORCO, WOLVERINE bike. Got the key? Call to describe. After 6pm. Sonya 250-551-0946 TAN DAKINE BACKPACK containing "FCUK" Brand prescription glasses - missing from 6 mile party - $100 Reward LOST: GOLD RING (2 attached together) Lower Fairview within the last 3 weeks. Kay 250-226-7635 Reward. FOUND SMALL PURSE at Sears Nelson. Call 352-2202 to identify. LOST: SPY SUNGLASSES at the Shambhala beach stage. 250-5091609
NIKON D40X SLR digital camera with telephoto lens $700. 250-3521721 20 FT TRAILER for storage. $500 or trade for power generator. 250-8254161 FABULOUS VINTAGE SALE! One day only! New Grand Hotel. Sept.25 10-5 Cash only. 250-352-4676 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION IS rated #2 for at-home jobs. Train from home MODERN WHITE TABLE and 4 chairs with the only industry approved school $200, little tikes workbench $75 and HEART YOGA WITH Karuna at in Canada. Contact CanScribe today! easel $25. 250-359-8108 Kutenai's Finest, 182 Baker Tuesdays 1-800-466-1535. www.canscribe.com. 2006 NORCO KOMPRESSOR, and Thursdays 5:30-7pm email@example.com. small dirtjumper for $200 obo, phone runa.com 250-229-4793 2503596606 MOVEMENT & MEDITATION Deep CANNING JARS. PHONE:250-365listening through Authentic move0165 ment and meditation practice. Attuning NEEDED: MATURE INDIVIDUAL for mind and body - relieving stress and WOOL, WASHED/CARDED OR raw occasional evening childcare in the allowing clarity. Facilitated by Lynn for felting, spinning, knitting. Woolsocks Fairview area. 352-1190 Dragone Shambhala center/Sept $15. Salted sheephides to tan $8. 25029 for 10 Wednesdays/200$/limit 355-2269 eight participants Lynn 352-1964 OLD WORKING CAR stereo equipment firstname.lastname@example.org for free or cheap. Will pick up. Call I WOULD LIKE to buy your used WATER IONIZER FOR Sale, balances kiefer@ 250-777-1125 ERGO baby carrier. Call: 250-226body pH, improves health. New $1,200, NEW ELECTRIC LOG spliter for smaller 7648 sell $600. 250-354-9705 FRIDGE 18 CU.FT, nice, $75. Braun trees. $300. PH 250-352-0152 BICYCLE TRAILER/STROLLER, DR. MICHAEL SMITH (TCM) is now Juicer & Food Processor, excellent SERIOUS MOBILE DJ package, SEATS one child, mint condition! $200 accepting new patients. Offering sercondition, $225 for both. 250-226"Mackie" powered tops and subs, intelfirm. 354-8143 vices in Acupuncture, Traditional 7880 ligent lighting, 5 fixtures and controller, Chinese Medicine, Nutritional and JUNIOR CHOIR NELSON United 16" MATRIX RIMS $100. Wakeboard mixer, Dual CD, Dual 31 band EQ, 400 Functional Medicine. Experienced and Church starts Sept. 16th. Thursdays $175. 2 flexifoil kites, 9 and 12 meter CD library, and extras. $10,000. Serious compassionate health care. Individually 4-5 in the church lounge. School-aged $500. Kite harness $75. 250-354inquiries only. Ph 250-229-5261 NELSON FALL FAIR at Cottonwood designed healing programs. Please call singers welcome. 250-352-2822 3314 Market. Produce & baking contest, kids ASPHALT SEALCOATING MACHINE. 250-352-0459. BRAND NEW! BATMAN MUSCLE TOSHIBA TF 601 Fax-copier $20; games & live music by Cattle Annie. Phone (250) 399-6333 NEW BACK2LIFE MACHINE. $125. Chest Child Costume, for ages 1-2 Minolta X700 35mm camera w/35mm Saturday Sept.25, 10-2pm. Guidelines FOLDING MASSAGE TABLE $150. Visit www.back2life.com. Call 250-505years $40 . Please call 250-352& 55mm lens & case $40. 250-229postered. New mountain bike $400. Sailing winch5233 before 7pm. 0960. 2355 ����������������������������� ���������� es. Ph 250-352-9150 FILL-A-BAG-$5! HUGE CLOTHING CHARIOT CHEETAH; JOGGING DUNCAN POTTERY KILN with extra blow-out at Positive Apparel Sept SHAW HD PVR $60, Shaw Digital setup with baby supporter and bike ��� ���������������������������� shelves and new heating elements, 24-26, 721A Front Street, 250-505Receiver $30, 27" Daewood TV $50 attachment. $150. Dana 250-505works great. Offers 352-2503 5444 � ������������������ 250-359-6651 5338 PART-TIME PROPERTY MANAGER CHAINSAW 25-55CCM POULAN FOR SALE, 2 Fig plants and flowers. needed in Nelson and Slocan. Micro XXV. Requires tune-up. $50 250-359-8109 ��� ��������������������� FINANCIAL SERVICES Some experience required. Email OBO. 352-5772 email@example.com to apply. FOUR 5-BOLT 14" steel rims $60. Also, ANTIQUE CHEST OF drawers $125. IF YOU OWN a home or real estate, wine making equipment, used only once LOOKING FOR WORK? Check out our USB INTERNET STICK. Get on line ��� ������������������ Only 3 nearly new Lt.245/75/16 ALPINE CREDITS will lend you $50. 250-357-2961 website www.kcds.ca or call (250)352anywhere! Two inches long. $75. 250D truck tires, $50 each. 250-359money: Itís That Simple. Your Credit 6200 for free information and assistance! 354-9618���������� QUALITY UTILITY TRAILER, 47" x 7' 7756 / Age / Income is NOT an issue. 18" high, 13" tires, must sell $250. 250HOUSESITTER/ ANIMAL CAREGIVER 1.800.587.2161. WINE MAKING EQUIPMENT $50, 354-4417 for hobby farm 3 weeks late Fall. 2 kids bikes $40/$20, Raichle ski DEBT STRESS? 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GOOD WHEELCHAIR LIFT from Handy-dart bus. 12v hydraulic. $400 obo. 250-226-7996 HARDIPLANK 8.25 TIMBERBARK. 31 pieces plus cutoffs, several pieces Hardishingle, $250 takes all. Tim 250509-1633 10 ROOF TRUSSES. Span 21' 2". 6/12 pitch. Make an offer. 250-3590197. SALE: LCD PANASONIC tv and surround sound, furniture, kitchen stuff and more! Call Amanda 250-3543809 TWO SINGLE BEDS. $70 each. Tread mill. $150. 250-352-5871 HEAVY DUTY DOORS for shop $25 each. Chain hoist $75. PTO. whinches $150 and up. 250-226-7990. TEXT BOOKS FOR Selkirk Cooking Program. On cooking/on baking $80obo. 250-354-4257 EXPEDITION BACKPACK -LOWE Alpine-$40 Expedition Tent 3 person$100 Ph.#250-8254260
WANTED: 1 OR 2 person kayak or canoe in good condition. 250-229-4555 LOOKING FOR GRAPHING calculator for son's Grade 11 math. Phone 250825-4193 WANTED: ANY SIZE aquarium and/or aquarium supplies, lights, pumps, ornaments...thank you. 250-354-1069 ROOFING MATERIAL: PLYWOOD, rolled asphalt, tar, aluminum flashing, etc., for cabin. Free or inexpensive. 250-352-9235 WOOD SLABS, WANE ok. From 1"-3 " thickness, length 1 foot plus, the wider the better. 250-226-7073 NIKON ALPA LEICA Robot. Pre 1980 cameras wanted for my collection. 250355-2407. firstname.lastname@example.org CAN YOU HELP? We urgently need a large dog bed for our old, arthritic dog. 250-352-7354 WANTED: USED GRAPHING calculator for school. Phone 250-352-0109
ROOM TO LET in small 2 bedroom apt. Student or stable working person, $500- + utilities. Call (250)505-3172 or (250)352-3032. OAK DESK WITH a hutch. Wood construction. 42" X 21". Asking $40. Call Melissa at 825-0185 BEAUTIFUL, BRIGHT FURNISHED 2 bdrm on Baker Street to sublet Oct-Jan. 1000mnth + ultilities. Crystal 250-3541124/250-777-1889
2008 YAMAHA 49CC scooter, excellent condition. Easy to ride with unbeatable fuel economy. $2,000 obo. 250-3547288 BIGFOOT SIGHTINGS! NEW 2011 BIGFOOT Campers have arrived only at Mike Rosman RV! 1-800-667-0024. www.rosmanrv.com.
GENERAL MECHANICS - 9 month course at Selkirk College - Complete set of books. New $600.00 - sell for $500.00. 250-352-3910. P195 70R 14 TIRES, 4 Mts, 4 summer with rims. Excellent condition $350 OBO. 250-359-7595 TONNEAU COVER FOR Toyota Tacoma 2005 or newer. Undercover brand hard-poly one-piece. $850. 250551-5683, in Nelson. 1980 VOLVO WAGON. Good body, papers & keys, no engine/tranny. $200 OBO. 250-226-7548 FOUR 8X15 6-HOLE white Toyota Rims, $100; Ph 250-229-2353
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VERI-KENNEL AIRLINE APPROVED dog crate for sale. 32x23.5 inches wide, $60, good condition. 250-229-2185 12YO TENNESSEE WALKER mare. 15hh great starter horse. $2500 Contact Corey: 250-355-2866 SLOCAN VALLEY BLACK Angus beef has dog bones in 50 pound boxes @$44.99 delivered to your door 250.226.7276. Wayne Savinkoff PROFESSIONAL DOG GROOMING with TLC. Pinky's Pet Parlour, 536 Ward Street Nelson. Monthly Specials 250.551.5501. TWO BEAUTIFUL AKC registered English Bulldogs for adoption. The first litter was born on the 07 July they are available for pick up at any time from now. Pictures of both babies and both sets of parents can be seen. Kindly email Miss Patricia at email@example.com for pictures and information on our babies 72 GALLON BOWFRONT aquarium with oak stand, filter, heaters and light. Excellent condition. $500. 359-7290 ADORABLE BABY RABBITS for sale. NZW as well as STD Rex $30ea 250229-2222
1986 CHEV WRANGLER. Not bad. 176,000+ kms. $3,000. 250-5058026. 1996 FORD EXPLORER, asking $2,000... please email david and jaylene at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. 2000 DODGE GRAND Caravan, 215,000km, Roof Rack, Hitch, Blue, Needs front brakes. $1999.00 obo. 250825-4650 1999 3/4TON DIESEL. Great plow truck, comes with 8ft western plow w/remote. Almost new studded plow tires and more... Mark 250505-0834 93 DODGE DIESEL 4x4 Motor/Tranny good cond. New fuel injector and brain $4000. 225-3366 1994 GMC JIMI, 4wheel, good winter truck, first $1000 takes it. Odymer@hotmail.com 2005 DODGE 1500 Quadcab. Hemi. Still under warranty. 73,000k. Excellent Condition. Very Clean. $15000. 2267350 1991 GMC SIERRA 1/2 ton. Runs great, looks ok. $1000 OBO. Call after 7pm. 250-777-0636 96 TOYOTA TACOMA, extcab, V6, 4x4, 300k, canopy, lifted, 2 sets tires, many extras. $8500 obo. 250551-4427 2001 DODGE CARAVAN Sport, good winter tires, 186,000 kms, movie player. $4000 obo. 250-364-2034 99 FORD EXPLORER. 171,000 kms. 4WD, winter and summer tires, MP3, keyless/alarm, auto. $5000 obo. 250354-7892 94' TOYOTA 4RUNNER. Alarm system, 295kms, A/C, Automatic 4X4, very clean, minimal rust, tow package. 250509-1670 1995 TOYOTA PREVIA sc/le awd for sale, sunroof/leather, 350,000 kms good engine, needs rear differential. $2500 obo. Call Nicole 250-505-5358 1984 FORD RANGER +lots of parts - $1000 obo. 1990 Volkswagon Golf - make an offer. 250-509-1936 1998 FORD EXPLORER, 4x4, automatic. 290,000kms well maintained, power everything, A/C, winter tires. $4,800obo 250-359-8064. TAKE YOUR HOME with you. 1978 Dodge camper van, 45000km, fully equipped $3500 Genelle 250-3045546
1917 CONVERTED PLAYER piano, $800. Two 1920's chandeliers, one needs milk glass dome. $150 firm. 5 DOZ HALF pint canning jars $3.00 doz and 2 doz quarts $5.00 per doz. 250-825-4292 TWO TECHNICS_MK5 TURNTABLES, black, like new with ortofon cartridges $1200 Seratto Scratch Live $450 250-551-1644 RUGER.280 SINGLE SHOT rifle near mint $1000 obo call 250-2295385 A FREE TELEPHONE SERVICE - Get Your First Month Free. Bad Credit, Donít Sweat It. No Deposits. No Credit Checks. Call Freedom Phone Lines Today Toll-Free 1-866-884-7464. NEW NORWOOD SAWMILLS - LumberMate-Pro handles logs 34î diameter, mills boards 28î wide. Automated quick-cycle-sawing increases efficiency up to 40%. www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT - FREE Information: 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT.
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PHANTOM POWER - A Tribute to The Tragically Hip seeking lead guitarist. Call 250-354-2837 or 250-3648626 BEAUTIFUL PIANO - ANTIQUE, walnut body plus totally rebuilt inside. $1800. Epiphone acoustic guitar, 6-string. 250354-4629 ROLAND KC-500 KEYBOARD Amplifier, 4 channels, stereo, great condition, $350 obo call 250-505-5366 GETZEN TRUMPET FOR sale. Excellent shape, hardly used. Asking $500. Call Ben 250-551-4318 JUBILATE DEO HANDBELL Choir is looking for new ringers. Rehearsals are Wednesday nights 7-8:30 pm at Nelson United Church with 4-6 performances a year. Ability to read music an asset. Contact, John Pengelly 250-3525203. COMMUNITY SQUARE DANCE just for fun! Saturday, 25th September at the Scout Hall 6pm - 8pm. Admission $2. Must wear indoor shoes. MUSIC LESSONS: PIANO, mandolin, accordion. All ages, diverse styles and learning approaches. 250-352-1917.
OTHER PANASONIC KX-TG2314 DUAL handset black cordless phones, excellent condition, $50, DVD player, $20, Castlegar, 250-608-3548
PERSONALS DATING SERVICE. LONG-TERM/ SHORT-TERM Relationships, FREE CALLS. 1-877-297-9883. Exchange voice messages, voice mailboxes. 1888-534-6984. Live adult casual conversations-1on1, 1-866-311-9640, Meet on chat-lines. Local Single Ladies.1877-804-5381. (18+).
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SERVICES ORCA TRUCK FOR HIRE. Will do dump runs, moving, etc. Patrick 5050612. MAN WITH TRUCK: Site clean-up, new construction, yard work, moving. Call Mike 250-352-2889, leave message ADVERTISE YOUR NEWS! Post a classified in a few easy clicks. Choose your province or all across Canada. Best value. Pay a fraction of the cost compared to booking individual areas. www.communityclassifieds.ca.
SPORTS EQUIPMENT WANTED: 1 OR 2 person kayak or canoe in good condition. Please call 250-229-4555 2008 LINE INVADER skis with bindings $250 OBO. 250-354-3033 WANTED: ONE FRISCHE Freeride binding size M. 250-352-5311. SINGLE PERSON TOURING kayak in excellent condition wanted, call Elisabeth 250-355-2536 or email photos email@example.com
TIRES/PARTS/OTHER USED THULE RACK to fit Suzuki Sidekick (or GMC Tracker?) Call Chris 250-354-4475. $100 obo. FOUR 16 INCH factory rims for 00-04 Subaru with Bridgestone Turanza A/S tires. $250 obo. 352-6292.
VEHICLES 1994 TOYOTA COROLLA, automatic, good mechanical condition. $1800 obo. Call Ed @ 250-3572258 2000, SUBARU OUTBACK, loaded, winters on wheels, well maintained, $4800, 250-359-7981. WINTER TIRES ON rims Toyo 185/70R14 $200, Hankook all season radials $100 Ph 825-4444 2003 HONDA ELEMENT. 139K km, 5 spd FWD, winters/rims, rack, 1 owner, great shape. $10,300. Eric 2267970. 1997 SUZUKI SIDEKICK 4x4, teal, manual transmission, 165,000km, good condition, comes with extra rims/ tires. 352-7006. 1999 PONTIAC GRAND Prix 4dr sedan, v6, Auto, power everything, clean interior & body, $2500obo 5514141 1964 IMPALA 4DR hardtop needs finishing, rust free!! Well optioned. Call for details $3200. 777-1156 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP 1996, no rust. Phone info desk 1-250-3049228. 2002 FORD FOCUS ZX5 runs excellent, summers and winters on rims. 245,000 km, new timingbelt. 250-3521317 1996 F150 2WDR C/W canopy $1200, 1990 Honda Civic Hatchback $600 ���������� OBO. 250-505-9686 2000 GMC SIERRA extended cab, 2wd, great shape. $4900 obo. 250352-9224 2002 ACURA EL 4dr 5sp 139000km pww pwl air, winters on rims, $7200 OBO 352-0532
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BIG PICTURE CHAKRA Readings with Evie Clare a report from your Higher Self, above Oso Negro evenings and weekends. Phone 250.354.1525 for info/bookings. Get your Knowing Going
DOUBLECROSS TOWERS TO fit Yakima roofracks for Dodge Caravan. Paid $165. Asking $80. Phone 250-3527035. 4 NOKIAN WINTER Tires. Great tread on hills, Size: P205/60R15. Hardly used. Call: 250-352-0609
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1920'S ANTIQUE OAK Belgian Sideboard with mirror. 48"wx74"hx19"d. 2 drawers, 2 doors. Will email photos. $800. 250-3527262 2 BAR STOOLS, metal swivel with fabric seat, as new. $100 firm. Call 229-4028 ELEGANT 6 CHAIR DiningRoom suite, buffet, hutch. Leather sofas, ends. New s/s refrigerator, apt. freezer. 250-352-0122 QUALITY MASTER, GUEST, & Students' bedroom suites. Double pedestal desk, matching entertainment centre & computer station. 250354-8743 DESKS $15, OAK table $50, white table with 4 chairs $75, entertainment centre $15 250-551-2797 Nadine BEAUTIFUL HANDCRAFTED SOLID oak bed. Queen size. Headboard, footboard and frame. $200. 250-5090906 NATURAL PINE BARRELLBACK trunk and bench $25 each, 3 wood folddown children's chairs $8 each. 250-354-1784 1967 MACYS COLONIAL Couch/2 chairs. Must sell. No room! $100. 250-352-1921 or firstname.lastname@example.org Josie LONG DRESSER WITH triple wing mirror, matching headboard, double/ queen flower motif. $120 for both. 250-352-2277. GENTLY USED MEDIUM brown Ikea Malm King size bed and memory foam mattress $600.00 250-3523209 POSITIVE APPAREL THRIFT Store 721 Front St now accepting furniture Mon ñ Sat 10-5 Sun 1-5
PLANTS SPECIAL ON selected Plants, 10-25% off! Fridays & Saturdays September 11th -Sept. 26th. Primarily Perennials. 1549 Granite Rd., 3523317.
HOUSE SITTING EXPERIENCED COUPLE WITH several references now available as housesiters for fall/winter season. Contact andreeazilda@yahoo. com HOUSESITTER WANTED OCT 14-19. Charming heritage cottage near Lakeside Park. Non smoker , reliable. Lee 352-3870 RELIABLE, SELF-EMPLOYED, MATURE male seeks housesit in Nelson for October 1st. Good references. Laran 250-5055856.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on acreage near Winlaw. Furnished, lease required. $1200/month Rentals@NelsonRealty.ca 250505-2067 SPACIOUS FURNISHED 3BDR mainfloor 5km to Nelson. Mature NS/ND/NP. Available Oct 1st. $1000 + utilites. 250-505-2060 COZY OFFGRID WILDERNESS cabin for child-friendly, heart-centered communications student. Rent/trade/buy-in. Near Slocan 250-226-7311. Or 355-2393ext1421. 1 BEDROOM FOR rent in Shore Acres with use of main house laundry. $500/mnth incl. Nathan 250505-9686 1 BEDROOM TRAILER in sunny Beasly. N/S, sorry no dogs. $485/ mnth includes heat and electric. ����������������������������� 250-359-6669 1 BEDROOM CABIN for rent in Harrop. $685/mo + utilities. Avail Oct 1st - June 1st. (250)2294158 1 BEDROOM TRAILER 15min west of Nelson in friendly community. Quiet nature setting. NS/ND $485/month incl. heat & electric. 250-359-6669 WORKSHOP OR ART Gallery in Blewett for rent. 250-3523517 2 BEDROOM UPSTAIRS suite for rent close to town and bus. Negotiable for students, street parking, kids ok, cat ok. $925/ mo., electricity and phone extra, includes heat and cable. 250-3541456 FULLY FURNISHED, BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom house. Uphill Nelson. Great views. Longterm. No smokers, drugs, or loud music. $1140 includes all (even Wifi). Leave detailed message (503)895-7920 or JHEISEL@KW.COM AVAIL DEC 1ST, 3 Bdrm House in Nelson, 1 Year Lease, References, F/S, NS/NP, $1200/mo, Utilities extra, 354-8871 DOWNTOWN NELSON, OPENAREA, 1-bdrm loft. Private. Incl: util., 1 parking space, furn. Refs. Ns/nd/np. $898/mo., 250-3525757. ���������� SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM suite! 1 minute from Nelson. Deck, views, yard, parking... pets ok! $1175/mo. Oct 1st. 352-7303 AFFORDABLE 2 BEDROOM rental in Kaslo. Oct. 1st. Wood stove, big yard. Jamie 541-6539459 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, Nelson. NOV. 1 to FEB 1, utilities incl., $900./month No pets, 250-5055159 PROCTER 2 BEDROOM home on 1/2 acre with large deck overlooking the lake. N/S, Pets negotiable. $950/ month Rentals@NelsonRealty.ca 250-505-2067
BRIGHT, MODERN, COMMERCIAL space downtown, Vernon Street. Great visibility, open floorplan. $1050 plus triplenet. 250-3543636 BEAUTIFUL, DOWNTOWN , stand alone building for lease. 2300 sq. ft., 601 Kootenay St. Please phone for details; 250-825-9932 OFFIVE SUITE AVAILABLE: Mountain Waters Building 205 Victoria St. Quiet sitting area. Heritage features. $375/month. Call Richard 250-509-0553
GREAT ONE BEDROOM + den condo for rent @ Silver Bay in October. Please email for details. email@example.com FOR RENT:1-BEDROOM APARTMENT downtown Nelson. All appliances, a/c, laundry, parking. $675 References needed. 250354-8549 BIG BASEMENT SALE! 1805 Silver ELEGANT 2 BDRM furnished King Road, Friday/Saturday Sept. waterfront cottage. Until June. 24/25 8:00AM - 1:00PM with coffee, $1050/mo. Lower 6 Mile. N/P N/S. baking. 250-825-3454 MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE 2 BDRM MAIN floor of up/down 8448 Beach, Balfour. Saturday duplex, Silica St. Newly renovated, September 25th 9-3. Household, kids heritage features, hardwood floors, and baby items. bright and spacious (1070 sqft) Nice yard, lots of storage, W/D, FLASHBACKS SALE - Sat, Sept N/S, N/P. Oct.1st. $1000 & utils. 25th, 3-6 pm 811-7th Street. Vintage/ ����������������������������� 250-353-2085 Retro Clothing and Collectables Ph: 250-352-4628 ROOM FOR RENT, female student preferred. Clean, quiet, mature, SATURDAY, SEPT 25TH. Clothes, responsible. Oct.1 $500.00/m.nth books, electronics, sports, etc. 1120References. 250-777-1055 7th Street. 9am-3pm. No early birds please. 3BD HOUSE ON acerage near Slocan City. Wood/electric heat, BASEMENT SALE: TOOLS, houseprivate. Pets okay. References hold items, planer, drill press, exten$850+utilities. 250-352-0766 sion ladder, etc. 615 Houston St. Saturday Sept 25th 9am-3pm. AVAIL. NOV.1 CRAWFORD Bay 1bed cabin. $575+electric. 3 FAMILY: 2-KW generator, teak References and credit check desk, good books galore, upright required. No smoking. 250-505vacuum, household & misc. Saturday 2555 Sept 25th. 9am-1pm. 817 Lakeview Heights Rd., North Shore (1km past FURNISHED BEDROOM WITH bridge). Weather permitting. No early private bathroom for rent, 5min birds please! from Selkirk College $550/month, wireless internet. 250-3523365 3 BEDROOM LARGE family home at 9 mile. Fenced yard. W/D/DW. DOORS - 36" wood, solid core, 4 Refs required. Nov.1, $1650+util. available. 12 NBC Wild Honey per (250) 551-0809 door. 352-3563 MID-SEPT, BRIGHT 2 bdr upper NATURAL GAS BARBEQUE. floor duplex. Near Safeway, Great outdoors. Stainless Steel. 5 Lakeside. W/D-hookup N/S,N/P burners. Less than 1/2 price $220 $890+ 250-505-5415, 250-505825-0168 6063 MAYTAG WASHER/DRYER 2 BEDROOM FAIRVIEW EXCELLENT condition $150.00. house for rent, corner lot, large Sony-Trinitron TV $100.00. yard. N/S N/P $1000/month Red oval bathtub/matching Rentals@NelsonRealty.ca 250Kohler sink $150.00. 250-354505-2067 4629 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT on 36Î POOL STAIRS & railing unit Trevor Street. Coin-op laundry. $750/ $400; new picture window/frame month N/S Rentals@NelsonRealty. $350; door/pet access $50, Chris: ca 250-505-2067 250-354-4240
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ROSEMONT- 3 BDR. 1/2 duplex. 1400 sq.ft. Deck, F/S W/D. Corner lot. $235,000. Phone 250-3522205 PANORAMIC VIEWS, SUNNY, light filled 3-4 bdr 2 bath home, excellent uphill Nelson neighborhood, garden, fruit trees, off street parking. $399,000 (firm). 250-3540206
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She left here, as we know it, less than one year ago But... Today is her birthday and I am thinking of her. I still hear her laugh and see her smile I remember our talks and going for walks And the fun things we’ve done over the past many years. Today is her birthday and I am smiling inside. It’s a time of reflection. For when I think of my friend, I feel grateful for friendship And for the memories I have.
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