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Five grizzly bears relocated from Nelson SHARMAINE GRAY In the early morning on Saturday, September 25, a grizzly mother and her two sub-adult cubs were safely removed from the City of Nelson and relocated to the deep back country. The grizzly mother and cubs were trapped at the end of Creek Street just below the cemetery. At 6:30 a.m. the last tranquilized bear was loaded for transport. Officers from the Nelson Police Department assisted the Conservation Office with the removal of the grizzlies. The mother bear was captured in a culvert-style trap while the two cubs were caught in snares. They were uninjured. Sergeant Pat Severyn remarked on the rarity of capturing three grizzlies at once. The cubs were estimated to weigh 200 pounds each while the mother weighed over 300 pounds. The grizzly family was first seen in Nelson in early September. Originally there were three cubs but one was caught earlier this month at the cemetery and relocated. That cub returned to Nelson last week in an apparent effort to rejoin his family. Unusually, he has been relocated again, this time to the U.S. A lone grizzly boar was also trapped at the Granite Pointe Golf Club and relocated earlier this month. The two remaining cubs and their mother have been relocated as a ���������� family unit in an effort to discourage their return to the city. It is the policy of the Conservation Office to relocate grizzlies when possible. All five translocated grizzlies have been tagged. If any should return to Nelson proper, they will have to be put down. Sergeant Severyn noted

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Grizzlies have been sighted at various locations throughout Nelson. This photo was taken about a week ago. Police are asking residents to remove attractants such as garbage and fruit.

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With-Composting.pdf. Dumpster management can be improved by putting a lock on the dumpster. Bear Smart, a local agency, recommends separating garbage. Their website can be found at: http://www. bearsmart.com/Kootenay. For advice on bear safety at home and in the woods, or if you become aware of potential problems involving a bear, call the Bear Smart Hotline at 250-3596611 seven days a week. They can help determine if a bear is posing a problem and what to do about it.

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Do you have information about these men? Call the RCMP or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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fresh mouth eriN Mitchell From party one, I`ve gone all out every year to throw my son an epic birthday party. Lately, I`ve been inspired to make cool clandestine cakes: undercover cakes. Now careful on this slope because year to year, you are obliged to out-do yourself. It’s expected. Kids always want more. I began with decorate-your-owncupcakes. This year, I’m doing a globe cake. Last year was great fun. I made a platter of miniburger cakes. The kids all sat around the table with burger picnic table cloths and dressed their own slider cakes with sour lemon mustard and gummi worm relish. You will need: 6 small steel bowls~ greased and floured, or one medium stainless steel bowl, same 2 boxes yellow cake mix 1 box chocolate cake mix 1 pound icing sugar 1 box primary food colouring

Police have released photos of the sus- Friday Sept. 10. (The previous offences pected ATM robbers and are asking the involved the ATM at the Kootenay Regional public to contact them with any informa- Airport (Castlegar) and Kootenay Savings tion about the two men. Financial Institution ATM (South Slocan). “The Community is the eyes and ears Kootenay Boundary Regional for the Police. I believe the public could be Detachment General Investigation Section most helpful in assisting in our investiga- and Slocan Lake RCMP are seeking the tion. Information regarding suspicious Public’s assistance for any information persons and activities could be potentially regarding this and the other recent offencvery valuable in solving these crimes as es. It is likely that the suspects case out the well preventing other crimes from occurring”, said Staff Sgt. Dan Seibel. financial institution and ATM or perhaps At approximately 1:25 a.m. on Tuesday have some local knowledge, prior to comSeptember 14, 2010, a report of an alarm mitting the offence. Please immediately was received from a financial institution report any suspicious persons, vehicles or in Slocan Park. Slocan Lake and Nelson activities such as individuals taking photos RCMP responded and attended the scene. or hanging around Kootenay area Banks, It was discovered that unknown culprits Financial Institutions to police. You can broke into the Heritage Credit Union - also anonymously report information to Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Highway 6, Slocan Park, B.C. ���������� - Submitted by RCMP ���������� This is the third similar occurrence since�����������������������������

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10 green gummi-worms 1 oz raw sesame seeds pinch of sugar dash of natural vanilla 1 box lime jello mix 1 packet of cherry kool-aid mix 1 lemon This recipe makes one large burger cake or 10 sliders. I use boxed cake mix because it’s spongier and easier to work with than scratch but by all means, make your own. Bake the yellow cake mix at 350F for 12 min or till lightly golden. Pour the chocolate cake batter onto a greased and floured cookie sheet. Bake at 350F till firm. Cool both. Slice bun cakes in half. Cut rounds from chocolate cake with rings, bowls or coffee cups the same diameter as your bun cakes. Place

patties on buns. Combine 1/3 icing sugar, lemon juice and yellow food colour to texture of mustard. For ketchup, mix 1/3 sugar, a splash of water and dry cherry kool-aid mix and water to taste and texture of ketchup. Serve in picnic squeeze bottles. Repeat for relish with dry jello,water, and diced green gummis. Serve in a jar. Brush bun tops with sugar and water and press into raw sesame seeds. Deliver to the table on a large platter. Then put on some great kid’s party music and watch them go wild. The looks on their faces are priceless. The burgers look so real, one of the kids said he couldn’t have one because he was a vegetarian. Perfect.

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Legion Centennial Celebration Sunday, Oct. 3, 1-5 p.m. at the Legion, 402 Victoria St.

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #51 is holding its building’s Centennial Celebration on Sunday, Oct. 3. beginning with a performance from the Kootenay Kilties Pipe Band and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Nelson Air Cadets will also be welcoming the public and will provide information on their activities. SelfDesign High will be opening their area in this Heritage building to the public to showcase their organization.

Our Daily Bread’s Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner Monday, Oct. 11, 5 p.m. at Our Daily Bread, 812 Stanley St.

Last year Our Daily Bread invited community leaders, business people, and guests to share their solutions to homelessness with the Nelson Committee on Homelessness. This year, NCOH will be giving an update on some of the successes this past year that came from the issues and concerns that were brought forth at last years Thanksgiving Dinner. The community is invited to hear how some of the suggestions have been implemented and how others are being worked on. If you would like to support Our Daily Bread or join the team of volunteers, contact Michelle Fillion at (250) 352-7700, ���������� michelle@kcfoffice.com,

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www.kootenaychristianfellowship.com or feel free to stop in for lunch and see Our Daily Bread’s success.

Darkwoods Conservation Area Open House Thursday, Sept. 30, 7 p.m. at the Best Western, 153 Baker St.

The Nature Conservancy of Canada invites you to an open house about Darkwoods. We will be sharing our management priorities and research successes from the past two summers. Bring your questions, stories and wisdom.

International iWalk to School Week Monday-Friday, Oct. 4-8, with main event on Wednesday, Oct. 6

This year’s Global Perspectives 12 class at L.V. Rogers Secondary School is encouraging students to participate in the International iWalk to school week, October 48. A total of 260 schools (90,000 students) around the world are expected to participate this year. The main objective of the Global Perspective’s class is to have at least five hundred students walking to and from school on Wednesday, October 6. This International iWalk to school week’s main purpose is to create awarness around reducing carbon emmissions and encouraging a heathly lifestyle. They are targeting highschool students in particular, although community members are encouraged to participate.

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Blueliners Practice Begins Sunday, Oct. 3, 6:30-7:45 p.m. at the NDCC, 305 Hall St.

The Nelson Blueliners, Nelson and area’s competitive recreational women’s team, are skating into their 17th hockey season. The Nelson squad is coming off of a very successful 2009 season, where they took back the championship from their own tourney, the Nelson Icebreaker. The women’s team is starting the season by heading down to Spokane to defend their Hoctoberfest crown in mid October. Nelson will be heading off to Kaslo to the Damsels and Dragons tourney – again to defend last year’s championship title. The Blueliners are beginning weekly practices on Sunday in the Complex. The squad is looking for new players. Interested in playing? Contact Loreli at 250-359-2996 or email l.dawson@shaw.ca.

Whitewater Ski Team AGM Monday, Oct. 18, 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the NDCC, 305 Hall St.

The Whitewater Ski Team is inviting the public to their annual general meeting being held on Monday, Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m. at the Nelson and district Community Complex. The meeting will be held in the multi-purpose room.

The Wisdom of Our Ancestors Saturday, Oct. 2, 9:30 a.m-5 p.m. at the Prestige Hotel, 701 Lakeside Dr.

Family and Human Systems Constellations can bring about profound, at times almost miraculous, positive, healthy changes to families, communities, businesses and organizations, changes that will create a more harmonies flow of love in families and a natural flow of harmony and success to business and organizations. For more information, contact Harreson and Blanche Tanner at 250-2276877 or lifeshift@bluebell.ca.

Treading Water Tour Launch Thursday, Sept. 30, 7:30 p.m. at the Nelson Municipal Library, 602 Stanley St.

Anne DeGrace’s first novel, Treading Water, a series of linked stories based on the flooding of Renata in the 1960s, has been chosen for the second annual One Book One Kootenay (OBOK) selection. One Book One Kootenay covers the East and West Kootenays and Boundary, and each year chooses one book written by an author residing in the region. The selected author will read throughout the region, which encompasses 19 libraries in the Kootenay Library Federation. On Thursday, Sept. 30, DeGrace will be joined by special guests Wally Penner, vice president of community partnerships with the Columbia Basin Trust, who moved to Renata at age 8, and Takaia Larsen, curator of the historical exhibition “Remembering Renata.” The launch is sponsored by Nelson Municipal Librar y, Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance and the Kootenay Library Federation. For more information contact the Nelson Library, 250-352-6333, or visit the OBOK website, www.obok.ca.

Sustainable Building Courses Friday, Oct. 15 to June ‘11 at Selkirk College, Silverking Campus

Interested in green building? Two courses will be offered through Selkirk College’s Continuing Education program this fall concentrating on sustainable design and building techniques. In both courses, you will learn about: the sustainable building design and building process, green standards and grants, site considerations, water efficiency and capture, energy efficiency and generation, sustainable material choices, and creating healthy indoor air quality. For more info email Shari at simada@shaw.ca.

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ECO Store Grand Opening Friday, Oct. 1, 1-6 p.m. at the Earth Matters ECO Store, 563 Ward St.

Members of the public are invited to a celebration of the grand opening of the Earth Matters ECO Store’s new location at 563 Ward Street in Nelson on Friday. The expanded, more visible store includes an expanded line of cleaners, water filtration and composting products, and locally made housewares. Refreshments will be served on from 1 to 6 p.m. and fall sale prices will be in effect from October 1-8. The Earth Matters ECO Store is social enterprise of the Nelson CARES Society. By shopping at the store you are supporting an employment training program, a non-profit society, local artists and the environment. All profits are used to fund programs operated by the Nelson CARES Society in our community.

Breastfeeding Challenge 2010: Ready, Set, Suck! Saturday, Oct. 2, 11 a.m. at Chahko Mika Mall

Moms and children are gathering for the Breastfeeding Challenge to set the world record for most children nursing simultaneously. All families are welcome at this free event – those who breastfeed full-time, part-time, with a lactation aid, twins, or tandem nursers. Especially welcome are dads, partners, grandparents and all supporters of breastfeeding. Every year, Canada celebrates World Breastfeeding Week during the first week of October. World Breastfeeding Week celebrates the importance of breastfeeding for women, children, families and communities. For more information about Nelson’s Breastfeeding Challenge 2010, call Myrna Lindblom at 250-505-7205.

Upcyclers Unite! Thursday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m. at Positive Apparel Thrist Store, 721 Front St.

Do you re-make clothing; take T-shirts and make them into a thousand different things; cut up rags and turn them into rugs? If you are a textile up-cycler, you are invited to a “Show-And-Tell” on Oct 7. There is interest in forming a group from this meeting to develop a network of creative crafters to share ideas and inspiration. Please bring an item to show and a small snack to share, and be prepared to be amazed at the abundance of creativity! For more information contact Simone at 250-3541290.

Bioenergy Workshops Tuesday, Oct. 5, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at the Sandman Inn, Castlegar

Workshops on developing small-scale bioenergy projects in the Kootenays will be held in Cranbrook Oct. 4 and Castlegar Oct. 5. The workshops will focus on the feasibility of fueling heating systems using wood with otherwise marginal commercial value. Using this wood biomass to generate heat for buildings has the potential to produce both environmental and economic benefits, said BC bioenergy expert Tom Hobby, who will lead the workshops in Cranbrook and Castlegar. Workshop fee includes lunch and handouts. To register or for more information, contact Dan Murphy at 250421-9320 or dgmurphy@telus.net.


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Annie’s Boutiue is encouraging people to donate their hair so it may be used for wigs for cancer patients. Anyone wishing to donate their hair can do so during the event. Hairdressers will be on site with all the supplies -- they’ll even ship your donation for you. It’s that easy! Call or stop by Annie’s Boutique before the event to register. A ponytail must be 8 inches long, clean and free of product. It takes six ponytails to create a wig,

so make the most of your donation by inviting five friends to join! When the wigs are made, they will be donated to a woman who has been affected by hair loss from cancer treatment, at no cost to her. Even if you don’t wish to donate your hair, come on down for the party! There will be a lot of fun for everyone, as well discounts and special offers from Annie’s Boutique. A full schedule of events to be announced the the first week of October.

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A United Nations resolution dated December 14 called for October 1 to be recognised as the International Day of the Older Person. In part, the resolution reads that been thinkin’ about “the elderly are an asset to George Millar society and can contribute significantly to the devel- gave the world the concept opment process” of nations of mandatory retirement at considered to be “develop- age 65, now has an initiaing countries.” A 2007 study tive through the Ministry of by UNICEF estimated that Labour and Social Affairs more than 60 per cent to integrate older persons of children orphaned by into the labour market. Moses Znaimer, of AIDS in Tanzania, Kenya, ZoomerMedia Limited, Uganda, Zimbabwe and published part of his phiNambia are cared for by losophy in the June, 2010 their grandparents. In 2007, there were 600 issue of Zoomer Magazine. million people aged 60 He called it “Live well. Do or over, world-wide. It is good. Die broke.” His compredicted that by 2025, ments include the idea that there will be 1,200 mil- a little self-indulgence isn’t lion seniors, with the vast a bad thing - you’ve earned majority in developing it - followed by the idea countries. But the devel- that, rather than just blowoped nations will have huge ing our money, we should be charitable. If we propincreases as well. The strain on the welfare, erly calculate the length of social security and health time we live, we could then care systems is expected depart this world without to be enormous. Canada is any significant assets. As more demands on among the countries that have passed anti-discrimi- our social security and nation legislation enabling health systems are made seniors who choose to work during the next fifteen beyond age 65 to do so. years, the “die broke” part It is ironic that Germany, might just become easier. whose Chancellor Bismark George 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.

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My friend Wolf provided increased in the so-called withdraws the blood. After the concept for this story, developed world. Locations feeding for about 5 minutes, and contributed much where bedbugs are most the bug returns to its hiding of the information. Dr. frequently encountered are place. Science has proceeded in Symptoms include a red in hotels, hospitals, and the usual scientific manner, homeless shelters. These are bite with a darker red spot and has taken responsibility dr. science all locations where there is in the centre. Sometimes to double-check and con- Morgan Dehnel high turn-over of night time the bites are arranged in a firm sources. Good work, line, or in a cluster. Bites guests. Wolf. Thank you very much World War II they were Bedbugs are reddish usually occur on the face, for your time and effort to largely eradicated from so- brown, and are about the neck, arms and hands. develop this submission. called developed nations size of an apple seed. They Some people have no obviA bedbug is a small par- through the use of a pesti- often hide in the nooks and ous reaction whatsoever to asite insect in the family cide known as DDT. DDT crannies of beds. They are a bedbug bite, while others Cimidae. Bedbugs live by is now banned because it is difficult to get rid of. The may have a rather strong feeding exclusively on the quite toxic to many things bedbug pierces the skin allergic reaction. blood of warm-blooded ani- besides bedbugs! For more informaof its host with two holmals (hematophagous). They low feeding tubes. One tube tion: http://www. It is hypothesized that have feasted on humans for due to increased interna- injects its saliva, which con- mayoclinic.com/health/ thousands of years, but in tional travel, the incidence tains anti-coagulants and b e d b u g s / D S 0 0 6 6 3 / the years immediately after of bedbug interactions has anaesthetics. The other tube DSECTION=symptoms ���������� Dr. Science is in real life, Dr. Morgan Dehnel, a particle accelerator physicist, and resident of Nelson. Please send comments or questions regarding this column to express@expressnews.bc.ca

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Street Talk: How has immigration positively affected Canada?

My grandfather was from Greece and he lived through WWII. He immigrated to Canada, and owned his own bakery. He was able to come to Canada and experience real freedom.

Thalia Thiessen, Nelson

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Sept. 29, 2010

Long live the library, support its existence Dear Editor, This October, the RDCK will hold referendums in electoral areas E,F, and south H asking ratepayers whether or not they will support free universal access to the Nelson Municipal Library through an increase in property taxes. The Regional District has asked this question before with similar referendums. The last time, district residents voted against a property tax increase, leaving our library underfunded and forced to impose user fees for library membership to anyone living outside the city of Nelson. That was a mistake. Let’s not repeat it. It may seem easy and correct to reject any and all proposed tax increases by local governments. It isn’t, or at least, it shouldn’t be. Not all public institutions are the same and the question of whether or not they should be fully funded

with our tax dollars is not a neutral one. A free public library is the cradle of our democracy. It is a place where all the citizenry have access to all information; where neither social standing, nor political leaning, nor wealth receives the slightest consideration. The novelist Doris Lessing called the public library “the most democratic of institutions because no one - but no one at all - can tell you what to read and when and how.” The public library is not some antiquated depository of books to be taken for granted until it is left behind by an electronic age. It is the place where our sentences and words live. A place where parents teach their children the love of reading, just as their parents taught them. A place to be cherished and taken care of. If some people do not wish to use the public library, that is their choice.

But all of us have an obligation, as part of a democratic open society, to ensure that those who do use the public library can do so for free. In a time when so many work so hard to reduce every human relationship to that of a buyer and a seller, the public library is unique; libraries lend. Members borrow and return. The public library is not Google. There is no financial gain, no profit to be had. The American poet Archibald MacLeish said, “What is more important in a library than anything else - than everything else - is the fact that it exists.” If you live in the RDCK districts participating in the referendums, please take the time to vote and vote to support free access to the Nelson Municipal Library for everyone. It’s the right thing to do. Greg Maslak Electoral Area F

the Question:

Where would you like to travel for a month, and why?

Immigration has made Canada the wonderful melting pot of diversity that it is today.

Fiona Wheeler, Nelson

KENTUCKY. I’m a thoroughbred fan. AFRICA! Tanzania to be exact; to climb Kilimanjaro and to help those less fortunate than me who I run into along the way. BALI. Beauty, sacredness, prayerfullness. NEW Zealand because I have always wanted to go there.

My parents came here looking for a place to get away from the war, and a place where they could be free and make some progress. They built a community they were proud of.

Herb Couch, Nelson

It’s a good thing to encourage cultural diversity. First world immigration is important because it brings people to a more standardized health care and education system.

Patrick Burley, Nelson

I would follow the Mediterranean coastline from the Straits of Gibraltar in Spain, and continue along to France, Italy, “Yugoslavia”, Greece, and along all the Middle Eastern countries that border the sea. ONE month? Not long enough, but when, then to China. A whirlwind tour of this vast and profound country, to soak in its culture and many historic sights. I would need a Chinese guide! I would definitely rent a house in Italy. There is so much beautiful architecture, countryside and history. The people are kind and passionate about life... and the food.... delightful! How soon can I leave?

I would just stay home. Traveling is not my ‘thing’ and I like it here. I would like to do a land and sea trip retracing the paths of my ancestors from their origins in the Western Ukraine and Scotland. It would be a great way to combine adventure travel with personal history, and possibly provide a chance to learn some of the traditions that have been lost as immigrants adapt to new landscapes and cultures. FRANCE, because I love the country and culture, and for a whole month I would just immerse myself and my husband in the romance of it all. NEW Zealand in the summer to snowboard. NEW York City! It looks like a fascinating and historical city to explore! GOA, for the rave scene. I’D go to a very health-focused spa (organic/yoga/meditation etc.) located in a tropical, secluded area by a very swim-able beach. I would love this right now because I am tired.

SOUTH of France and enrol in a cooking school. Eating well is very important to any trip. HAWAII... Because I am Hawaiian (kanaka Maoli) and I wish to be at home with my people especially when the winter cold sets in. I would go to Inuit territory, Canada’s far north. I’ve been as far north as Yellowknife and it was like a different country. In one town I visited in the NWT, I was the only white person. It was an eye-opener, for sure. The beauty of the land and sky in the north was staggering. I would travel by boat along the Central and South America West. I would seek to meet and learn about arts and culture from diverse peoples in each region. ICELAND. Beautiful country, beautiful people, Powerful forces of nature. HAIDA Gwaii, to sea kayak, live off the ocean’s bounty & embrace wilderness. I would go on a month long cruise, it has always been a dream of mine.

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Publisher’s Note: Nelson Becker

Let peace-loving immigrants in Canada is a country of immigrants. Immigrants add to Canada’s wealth. Many people have come to Canada because of violence in their home countries. They have come here because in their home country they could not afford a healthy standard of life. It is not easy to leave your home county, your family and your friends. People who do so have incredible pressures on them and the people who are successful have extraordinary strength. Yet, despite the fact that these people have great courage, we treat immigrants in a paternalistic way at best. We say, “There, there, we will take care of you”, when the human resource is immense. The skills and educational opportunities immigrants have to offer will help build Canada’s future. We should not

care if people are leftwing or right-wing. We should care that people are committed to working together toward common benefits. It really doesn’t matter why people come to Canada; what does matter is their intent. It is right to be restrictive towards people who are committed to violence to achieve their ends. We could find ways to welcome the peace-loving people of the world, the ones who understand that being non-violent is the only way to be. But we don’t ask that question. We ask people if they have a job or what they will do; we ask them about their skills; we ask them how much money they have. It would be better to have people come here because they want to come here, rather than because they are escaping from a bad situation.

Fish Heads and Flowers Fish heads to whoever is posting hate mail regarding someone in our Village. If you have nothing better to do then perhaps you should get a day job as well as a life. - Fired up and fed up Flowers to those police who choose not to abuse their authority. - Pushing for change Fish heads to people who peer directly into the windows of houses with ‘for sale’ signs on them, and then knock on the door when we are clearly closing our blinds for privacy. How about respecting those who live in that home, and just call the realtor? - Creeped out family Flowers to the lovely lady in the garden. I pass you every morning and your serenity in the face of changing seasons and

irresponsible gardeners (“Get that girl a cardigan!”) sets me right for the day. - Appreciative walker to work Fish heads to you who stole my birthday package from my mail. My mom spent time finding that gift and it was sent with love - not for you. Shame. - Sad Sunday Flowers to the man who, a couple of months ago, paid the $5 towards my groceries when I didn’t have enough money. You remind me that there are still good people in this world. Much Appreciated Fish heads to the guy who, with his nifty leaf blower, kept blowing the leaves and dust-dirt little devils up to the air as I walked by. What part of me did you not see? - True grit

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arts&entertainment

Sept. 29, 2010

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You’re invited to a birthday party! Open House

Friday, Oct. 1, 6:30 p.m. at the Nelson Library, 602 Silica St.

The Nelson Library is asking everyone to come out and celebrate this week. The Library is turning 90 and has been undergoing a facelift for the past few months. The progress to date will be unveiled to the community at an open house on Friday, Oct. 1. “There is plenty to celebrate,” says Chief Librarian June Stockdale. “Our expansion is really generating excitement. The library is brighter, with much more room for our growing collection and enhanced programming.” Membership numbers have grown by 34 per cent in the past two years, and the Library may soon be reaching out to even more patrons. A series of referenda are being held on October 16. If passed, residents from Balfour to Winlaw will support library service through taxation and become part of this expanded community facility. A yes vote will also mean satellite services for Kootenay Lake and the Slocan Valley, outreach services for youth, improved hours and expanded collection materials for all patrons. “Newcomers to Areas E, F and H are often dismayed to find they are not automatically members of a public library system,” says Area F resident Frances Welwood. “On Oct. 16 these more recent Nelson area residents will have the

opportunity to speak for themselves and to signon to an excellent, existing library system.” According to Stats Canada, the definition of what it means to be literate is changing. Numeracy, problemsolving skills and being able to learn new technologies are as important as reading in today’s world. By providing free access to books, audio books, CDs, DVDs, the internet and many forms of technology, libraries open doors to these new literacy skills. “Libraries are about so much more than lending books. They are about sharing information, enjoyment, education and knowledge,” says Chief Librarian June Stockdale. “They help build a literate community and a legacy for future generations.” This role becomes even more important in times of economic downturn. “Everyone, especially those with limited income, should have access to good quality library services,” says Area H resident Val Mayes. “Supporting the library through taxation is the most equitable way to do this. It will mean that membership fees won’t be a barrier, and that the library can improve its service with longer hours and outreach to the Slocan Valley. This will be good for everyone, including seniors and young families.” Community organiza-

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Anne DeGrace invites the public to the Nelson Library’s 90th birthday celebration on Friday, Oct. 1.

tions may request someone to attend a meeting to answer questions about the referenda by calling the Regional District at 250-352-6665 or the Library at 250-

352-6333. Come out and celebrate the Nelson Library on Friday, Oct. 1. Help kick off the next 90 years of this great facility at the core of our commu-

nity. Community members who would like more information on the October 16th referenda are welcome to stop in at the Nelson Library to

pick up information and ask questions, or visit the Library website at www. nelsonlibrary.ca. - Submitted by the Nelson Library

Shambhala, SpiritBar host ‘Support your Skatepark’ fundraiser Shamhala/Hume Skatepark Fundraiser Friday, Oct. 1 at SpiritBar, 422 Vernon St.

STEPHANIE TAYLOR The organizers of Shambhala have a long track record of supporting the idea of building a skatepark in Nelson, and they are putting their money, and their talent, where their mouth is. On Friday, Oct. 1, SpiritBar will be transformed into a Shambhala-type experience, featuring performances by

the festival’s stage directors, who are all musicians in their own right, explains Corrine Zawaduk, Production Manager for Shambhala. “We’ve been trying to champion a skate park in Nelson for a long time, and have been donating funds to help them do so,” she says. This year, they are giving $10,000 of the festival’s proceeds to the Skatepark Society. (Another $10,000 is going to Haiti relief funds.) “The people that put Shambhala together work so hard all year to get everything ready and the make sure that the festival

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goes well, and we wanted to thank those people,” she said. “What better way than to throw a party and raise money for a good cause at the same time?” Ryan Martin also feels that the skatepark is an important project that the community should get behind. “We should be proud of what we accomplished as a community with raising all the necessary funds for the CT Scanner,” he says. “We now need to get behind the Nelson skatepark as a priority. “It’s time to solidify the location and gain some momentum to see this project

come to fruition.” 100 per cent of the proceeds of the night will be donated to the Skatepark Society, and some of the funds raised will be used for developing preliminary designs for the park. “A lot of people who were involved with Shambhala in the early years were skaters; we had a skae ramp where the rock pit used to be, for years,” Zawaduk adds. “I’ve seen skate parks in other cities that have totally transformed an otherwise useless area of land into a place where families can spend time. A town like Nelson deserves to have one.”

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arts&entertainment

Sept. 29, 2010

Briefly Mark Berube Sunday, Oct. 3, 9 p.m. at The Royal, 330 Baker St.

Globetrotting, Manitoba-born, Swazilandraised and Montreal-based Mark Berube, alongside his band The Patriotic Few, perform folk music that is compassionate and strong, braiding together the personal and the political with a poignancy few songwriters are able to achieve.

FLIKS Presents Winnebago Man Wednesday, Oct. 6, 7:30 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 421 Victoria St.

Twenty years after shooting an ad for Winnebago, the out-takes surfaced on YouTube, and the grumpy, frustrated, foul mouthed salesman became one of the earliest viral video celebrities. Jack Rebney’s notorious, profanity-laden meltdown was passed around on VHS in the 1990s, but when it was uploaded to YouTube in 2005 as “The Angriest Man in the World,” it was seen by over 20 million people. Winnebago Man director Ben Steinbauer, who was mesmerized by this explosive rant tries to connect with the reclusive Rebney – and to connect Rebney with his fans. It’s a laughout-loud look at viral culture and an unexpectedly poignant tale of one man’s response to unintended celebrity. The film runs 94 minutes and is rated 14A for lots of swears.

Gallery 378 Christmas Show Call for Submissions

DECK: or How I Instigated Then Overcame an Existential Crisis Through Home Improvement show, “Season of the Long Night”, to show through November and December, 2010. Think about light, warmth, comfort, nature, generosity and spiritual grace. The emphasis will be on fine craft, sculptures, decorative pieces and functional art. All work must be original and samples and/or proposals must be received at Gallery 378 on, or before, October 20, 2010, with work to be brought in shortly thereafter. For more information, contact Gallery 378 at the Craft Connection 250 352-3006, email gallery378@netidea.com or checkhttp://craftconne ction.org/forms .htm and look for the link Art Gallery - artist submission information.

Girls Girls Girls Monday, Oct. 4, 9:30 a.m. at The Royal, 330 Baker St.

Girls Girls Girls are the UK’s greatest gypsy protocarcash punk firebrands. They perform nautically symbolic punk numbers, forlorn sea shantys, heartbreaking pop songs and hard-edged ballads. Their new record, Hello Sailor, features a varied yet cohesive collection of schizophrenically magnifient pop music, with shouty accordion-led tales of the Hamburg underworld.

6th Annual Sinixt Barter Fair Friday to Sunday, Oct, 1-3 in the Slocan Valley

cross-cultural experience. For more information visit sinixtnation.org.

Black Jack Comedy Tour starring Mike MacDonald Friday, Oct. 8, 8 p.m. at Finley’s, 705 Vernon St.

Mike MacDonald has appeared on numerous TV shows including Late Night With David Letterman, The Arsenio Hall Show, Just For Laughs, Showtime’s Comedy Club All-Star Show, A&E’s An Evening At The Improv and Comedy Central’s The A List. MacDonald’s popularity continues to skyrocket both in the United States and Canada. He has hosted the Gemini Awards and Just For Laughs 10th Anniversary Special for CBC, and starred in a sitcom on that network called Mosquito Lake. MacDonald has also starred in three well received and critically acclaimed specials for the CBC in Canada and for Showtime in the U.S.

Lorne Elliott Comedy Theatre Saturday, Oct. 9, doors at 5p.m. at the Procter Hall, 246 3rd Ave, Proctor

Lorne Elliott, “The king of Canadian comedy,” and his one man show are coming to the Procter Hall. The star of CBC’s Madly Off In All Directions and Just For Laughs, is bringing his Western Canada tour to the Kootenays. Tickets are limited so call now, 250229-5370.

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A sunny day is predicted for The Nelson Arts and Heritage Festival’s Storyfest this Saturday at the Central School Playground, the

TNT Playhouse, and SelfDesign High. Storytellers include John Popineau who will share his experiences in the bush and stories from his Inuit Metis background; Aya Higashi, who came to the Kootenays as an evacuee during the Second World War; Barry Gray; Ray Stothers; francophone storytellers; and newcomers, John and Ali Galm, whose performance of Peace Pieces is based on a tradition they learned in Senegal, West Africa that involves storytelling with tama (talking drum) accompaniment. Tickets will be available on site as will discount passes which can also be purchased for a range of festival events at the Capitol Theatre. For more information about the festival, visit www.tntplayhouse.com.

Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1-2, 8 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 421 Victoria St.

Lucas Myers returns to the Capitol with a new play that examines the fine line between perfectionism and obsession; chaos and freedom, and why a piece of 2x6 lumber isn’t really two inches by six inches. Not even close. DECK stars Cliv, a meticulous single parent of two who has been forced to reassess his future after taking major losses in the recent recession. He embraces a new start as a small town, eco-conscious, back-to-the-lander. His attempts at self-sufficiency are hijacked by a bad house buy and he is forced to try his hand at home improvement. Enter Andreas, the charismatic carpenter who takes Cliv under his wing and offers to lend a hand. As Cliv is drawn into Andreas’ world of free wheeling free -living, Cliv begins to lose his grasp on reality and is consumed by suspicions of Andreas’ true motives. DECK is a darkly hilarious take on the modern milieu of a small-town, semi-urban environment. Please note: This performance is not suitable for children. WARNING: power tools, physics, partial nudity.

Sean Burns Thursday, Oct. 7 at the Royal, 330 Baker St.

Ontario-based Sean Burns is a singer/songwriter with a real knack for a catchy chorus and memorable melody. With songs that echo the sounds of Steve Earle, Blue Rodeo, and Tom Petty, and lyrics that embody the caustic wit of Tom Waits and Warren Zevon, Burns’ music is a personable eclectic variety of styles that always seems to find a way to go together.

Culturing and Preserving Vegetables Monday, Oct. 4, 7-9 p.m. location TBA

Learn how to preserve vegetables using pre-canning techniques. Instructor Lorraine Carlstrom will be teaching a traditional method called Lacto-fermentation, which preserves the heatsensitive nutrients and adds friendly bacteria to your diet. For more information, contact 250-352-3860 or lorrainer61@gmail.com or www.freshhealthycooking. com.

Gaudi hails from the UK but will be lighting up SpiritBar.

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Gaudi - Live in Nelson Saturday, Oct. 2, 10 p.m. at Spiritbar, 422 Vernon St.

Live and direct from London, UK, the renowned producer Gaudi returns to the Kootenays after rocking the Living Room at Shambhala 2010 with his unique blend of dub and breaks. Expect a world class night of infectious dancefloor grooves, explicit bass and a live performance unlike anything you’ve ever seen. On his previous albums, Gaudi has worked to create his own unique synthesis, using elements of dub, electronica and world music producing tracks that have been mostly down-tempo in nature. His new album No Prisoners is a very different and definitely up-tempo creation. Stylistically its primary energy comes from breakbeat influences underpinned with fat basslines and subtle live world instrumentation such as Oud and tribal percussion. Tickets available the Hume Hotel and Eddy Music.

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Kraddy w/DJ Mode and Ben Fox Saturday, Oct. 9, 10 p.m. at SpiritBar, 422 Vernon St.

Known as a pioneer of electronic music, Kraddy is one of the most innovative and remarkable artists of his day. He stands as a visionary in his field, a fresh voice that spans genres and artistic style. Hybridizing hip hop, dubstep and dancehall with digital edits and cuts, Kraddy’s music is a voice from the future awaken-

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ing our ears and minds to what is yet to come. After many years with the Glitch Mob, Kraddy has forged his own path. Special guest DJ Mode (Kelowna) will play dubstep/dr umandba ss , and Ben Fox performs the opening set.

Sign up now for these four classes and basic refresher classes will be free forever. Pre-Register and pre-pay at Urban Legends.

Barroom Swing

Tuesday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m. at the Nelson Library, 602 Stanley St.

These are basic beginner classes. No partner is needed, and singles and couples welcome!

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Federation brings Ian Weir—with his wild and woolly cast of characters— to readers at a special event at the Nelson Municipal Library. Daniel O’Thunder tells the story of a former prizefighter who challenges the devil to a bare-knuckle fight in 1850’s Dickensian England. The novel was shortlisted for four awards: Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Best First Book Award, the Amazon. ca First Novel Award, the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize,

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BC author Ian Weir brings pugilist and prophet Daniel O’Thunder to the page in a romp that turns historical fiction on its ear. The Kootenay Library

and the Canadian Authors Association Award for Fiction.

IMTV Live! Thursday, Sept. 30, 9 p.m. at SpiritBar, 422 Vernon St.

Nelson’s Late Night Talk Show, IMTV, is raring to go for its first episode of their second season. Host Jenna Raider keeps the laughs rolling with an all-star line-up of amazing talent. This episode features rock-

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Sept. 29, 2010

Breaking fast: an important a.m. ritual

After a night’s rest, the digestive system is at it’s peak. Breaking the fast, otherwise known as breakfast, should not only raise blood sugar levels to provide energy for the day, but also provide up to one third of your daily nutrient requirements. It is an accepted fact that breakfast-eaters have better concentration than those who gulp a cup of coffee and call it breakfast. They are less prone to accidents, headaches and irritability; all of which are reactions to hunger. Those who start their day with a wholesome meal won’t feel the need

natural nutrition Jenn Keirstead to reach for an unhealthy/ sugary snack to keep up their energy. They are also less likely to overeat later in the day. They won’t have to compensate for the empty feeling that occurs when breakfast is overlooked. For those with no time in the mornings, smoothies will give all of the required nutrients when fats and

proteins are added. Prepare cooked dishes the night before so they are ready after a quick reheat in the morning. Don’t feel restricted by what as become accepted as breakfast fare. The specific foods you eat are not as important as their nutritional value. If you prefer savory foods, why not try a bowl of last night’s chili or for the sweeter tooth, brown rice with sliced apple and cinnamon. Change your approach to breakfast by eating cooked, whole grains instead of packaged and processed cereals.

Jennifer Keirstead is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and is a member of the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants, and provides customized nutritional counseling. For a consultation call 250-509-1417.

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THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST.

mysore, 5:30-7 hot intro, health calendar 7-8:30 7:15-8:45 mellow flow drop-in classes BLOOM PRENATAL YOGA

Wednesdays SHANTI YOGA STUDIO SHANTIYOGA.CA 8-9:30 a.m. Power Yoga, Valerie 10:00-10:45 Preschool Kid’s Yoga 121:30 Anusara Yoga, Elissa 3:30-4:30 Big Kids Yoga! (6-12 years) 5:30-7 Restorative Yoga, Donna BELLYFIT FUSION FITNESS 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

5:30- 7pm. All Levels @ Kutenai’s Finest, 182 Baker St. 505.6789 breajohnson@gmail.com

Thursdays SHANTI YOGA STUDIO SHANTIYOGA.CA 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 THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST. 11am-12:30 mellow flow- Jenna 5:30-7 all levels ashtanga yoga - Jenna APPLIED COMBAT MARTIAL ARTS 6:30 - 8 pm. Adult class 525 Josephine Street, call 250-352-0459 OM YOGA STUDIO 9:30 - 11 a.m. Quantum Yoga, Alison 6 Mile, 3067 Heddle Rd, 250-825-0011 www.omyogasixmile.com

FOLK FUSION SKIRT DANCE 3 - 4 p.m. Ages 7-11 All Levels. 6-7 p.m. Adult, Studio Alive, 352-0047 YANG/CHEN TAI CHI AND QI GONG 7 -8:30 a.m. Summit Health & Fitness, 685-B Baker 352-7897

NELSON BREAST FEEDING CLINIC 9:30 - 11:30 a.. Free drop-in Nelson Health Unit, 2nd floor Kutenai Building, 333 Victoria Street, 250-505-7200.

BELLYDANCE CLASSES 6:45 or 8 pm at the Moving Centre, 533 Baker St. 509-0633

KOOTENAY AKIDO 4 - 5 p.m. Akido Fun, ages 4-6 5 -6 p.m. Kids Class, ages 7-12 6:30 - 8 p.m. Adult Class213C Baker St 250-352-3935.

VINI YOGA CLASSES with Laurie Madison 354-0269 10:30-12 at Kutenai’s Finest

KUTENAIS FINEST PERSONAL TRAINING 8 a.m. Boot Camp with Ali Popoff 182 Baker St 250-352-9196

HEART YOGA WITH KARUNA 5:30-7pm all levels at The Studio, 182 Baker Karuna Erickson 229-4793 www. yogakaruna.com

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS FITNESS GROUP 6-7 Lakeside 825.0030 info@aries.com

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS Beg (5-7 yr)3-4:00, Performance Group 4-5:30 @ S.Nelson School FELDENKRAIS CLASSES WORK! 2:30-3:30 Relieve back and joint pain, sciatica, frozen shoulder, injuries, etc. 206 Victoria susangrimble@telus.net 352-3449 First class free.

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS Intermediate 4-5:30, Extra Practice 5:306:30 @ S.Nelson School TAO YOGA 8:30 - 10am, gently yet energizing! Marisa 352.0886 www.thewellnessqi.com LATIN MERENGUE CLASSES sexy dance based on hip movements. jen. mendizabal@gmail.com 509-0633

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FELDENKRAIS CLASSES 1 - 2 p.m. Improve comfort, relieve stress & pain @ OM Studio, 6 Mile, 3067 Heddle Rd Judy Katz 352-3319, somatikatz@gmail.com FELDENKRAIS CLASSES 7:15 - 8:15 p.m. Improve comfort, relieve stress & pain @ Kutenais Finest, 182 Baker Judy Katz 352-3319, somatikatz@gmail.com

TAO YOGA 8:30 - 10, gentle yet energizing! Marisa 352.0886 www.thewellnessqi.com

POWER VINYASA YOGA 6:30-8 pm With Katya Hayes @ Kutenai’s Finest 182 Baker. 229-4979

THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST.

KOOTENAY AKIDO 6:30 - 8 p.m. Adult Class, 213C Baker St 250-352-3935.

Kate Butt, Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine ...........................551-5283 Shauna Robertson Acupuncture & Herbs ............................... 352-2167 ART THERAPY

Clearwater Art Therapy ......................................................... 505-1100 Carmen Carter, M.Ed., R.C., P.T.I. Children/Youth & Families ..... 354-4485 COACHING

CONTACT IMPROVISATION DANCE JAM 7:30 - 9 p.m. all levels and live musicians welcome. The Moving Centre, 533A Baker St. Info 352-3319 Judy.

Saturdays SHANTI YOGA STUDIO SHANTIYOGA.CA 10 - 11:30 a.m. Rejuvanitive, Shayla 12 - 1:30 p.m. Hatha Flow, Donna

KUTENAIS FINEST PERSONAL TRAINING 8 a.m. Core Fusion with Ali Popoff 182 Baker St. 250-352-9196

KOOTENAY AKIDO 9:15 - 10:45 a.m. Intro Akido 213C Baker St 250-352-3935.

FELDENKRAIS CLASSES 1 - 2 p.m. Improve comfort, relieve stress & pain @ Kutenais Finest, 182 Baker St. Judy Katz 352-3319, somatikatz@gmail. com.

VINI YOGA CLASSES with Laurie Madison 354-0269 10:30-12 at Kutenai’s Finest

SARVA SHAKTI SADHANA CIRCLE 7-8 p.m. ancient siddhar yoga practice #209-ManiStone Centre, 507 Baker St, 505-7832

BELLYFIT FUSION FITNESS 8:45 - 9:45 a.m. at the Moving Centre. Call Heather, 354-0492

THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST. 7-8:30 mysore 5:30-7 intro to yoga BLOOM PRENATAL YOGA 5:30- 7pm. All Levels @ Kutenai’s Finest, 182 Baker St. 505.6789 breajohnson@gmail.com

Tuesdays SHANTI YOGA STUDIO SHANTIYOGA.CA 10 - 11:30 Gentle Yoga, Maureen 5:30 - 7 p.m. Power Yoga, Elissa 7:30 - 9 p.m. Yoga Basics Course 8 classes/$80 APPLIED COMBAT MARTIAL ARTS 6:30 - 8 p.m. Adult Class, 525 Josephine St. Info call 352-0459. OM YOGA STUDIO 9:30- 11 a.m. Quantum Yoga, Alison 6 Mile, 3067 Heddle Rd, 250-825-0011 www.omyogasixmile.com. KUNDALINI YOGA WITH CATHERINE LEIGHLAND 11:30-1 Shambhala Meditation Centre, 444 Baker. upstairs 352-6132.

KUTENAIS FINEST PERSONAL TRAINING 8 a.m. Boot Camp with Ali Popoff 182 Baker St 250-352-9196 KOOTENAY AKIDO 6 - 7:30 p.m. Intro Akido 213C Baker St 250-352-3935. YANG/CHEN TAI CHI AND QI GONG 7 -8:30 a.m. Summit Health & Fitness, 685-B Baker St 352-7897 GLOBAL RHYTHMS 5:15-6 :30 p.m. World music dance The Moving Centre, 533 Baker. HEART YOGA WITH KARUNA 5:30-7pm all levels The Studio, 182 Baker St. Karuna Erickson 250-229-4793 www.yogakaruna.com THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST. 11am-12:30 mellow flow- jenna 5:30-7 all levels ashtanga yoga - jenna MIXED CONTACT MARTIAL ARTS 6-7:30 p.m Aries Resort, 825.0030, info@aries.com BELLYDANCE CLASSES 6:45 or 8 pm at the Moving Centre, 533 Baker St. 509-0633 RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS Beginner (8 & up) 3-4:00, Performance Group 4-5:30 @ S. Nelson School SO YOU THINK YOU CAN’T DANCE? Discover you can! w/Lisa Hanning 7:30-8:45. Sept 21-Oct 26, Drop-In @ The Moving Centre 533 Baker 250-354-0484

REGISTERED MASSAGE

HAIR CARE

Irene Mock, Reg. www.kootenayhypnotherapy.com .............. 352-7035

D Voykin RMT, 30 Yrs. Hannah Somatics for frozen shoulder .. 505-5549 Dennis Keithley RMT since 1983, BSc Kinesiology available evenings, weekends and holidays .................................................... 354-8406 Valerie Nunes RMT @ Acupuncture Natural Health Clinic, new clients welcome ....................................................................... 505-3946 Caroline Vrba RMT Shalimar ...................354-4408 mobile 509-3400

MASSAGE SERVICES

SPAS

Vadim Kristopher Hair Salon 560 Herridge Ln............................ 352-6700 HOMEOPATHY

Margo

MacLaren

Homeopathy.............................354-7072

HYPNOTHERAPY

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Palliative Massage Course, July 9-18, 2010 .................. 1-800-611-5788 RUB IT IN Mobile & Studio, Deep T., Neuro, Sports ............... 352-6804

Shayla Wright certified life coach/mentor.............................. 352-7908

ShirleyEvans, CertifiedEnergyMedicine Practioner, Reiki Master.....229.2395/352.9890

COLONICS

Hydrotherpy, Detoxification, Nutrition. U. Devine ....................... 352-6419

Caroline Shalimar VRBA RMT. .................... 354-4808. Mobile: 509-3400 A Touch of Aloha, lomi, cranio, structural, sports ....................... 229-4424

COUNSELLING & CONSULTATION

PILATES

Sally Shamai, MEd, RCC, individuals & couples ............... 1-877-688-5565 Whispering Herd - Counselling Equine Assisted Growth, Life Transitions, whisperingherd.com ........................................................... 354-7778

QI-GONG & CHEN TAI CHI 7 - 8 p.m. at the Central School Gym. Info 505-4562 Chris Gibson.

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS Beg 2:15-3:15, Intro 3:15-4:00, Inter 45:30 @ Red Fish School

KYOKUSHIN KARATE 2:30 - 3:45 Kids; 6 - 7 p.m. Adults Blewette Elementary School, Keith Clughart, 551-3345.

THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST 11-12:30- beginner ashtanga yoga

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS FITNESS GROUP 6-7 p.m. Lakeside Park 825.0030 info@aries.com

YANG TAI CHI (ADVANCED) 7-8:30 a.m. with Master Pauline Bao 250-505-8057 www.nelsontaichi.com

HATHA YOGA - IYENGAR STYLE 5:30pm-7pm, The Moving Centre, 533 Baker St. Ellissa, 352-9279

POWER VINYASA YOGA 9-10:30am With Katya Hayes @ Kutenai’s Finest 182 Baker St. Call 229-4979

ACUPUNCTURE

Mondays

YANG TAI CHI (ADVANCED) 7-8:30 a.m. with Master Pauline Bao 250-505-8057 www.nelsontaichi.com

susangrimble@telus.net 352-3449 First class free.

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THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST 8-10 mysore 11am-12:30 all levels ashtanga jenna

CHILDREN’S SWORD KUNG FU (BEGINNER) with Master Pauline Bao 4-5 p.m. 250-505-8057 www.nelsontaichi.com

SHANTI YOGA STUDIO SHANTIYOGA.CA 8-9:30 a.m. Power Yoga, Valerie 10 - 11:30 a.m. Gentle Yoga, Joy 12-1:30 Hatha Flow, Joy 5:30-7 Anusara® Yoga, Elissa 7:15-9:15 Adv Practice, Elissa (preregister)

QI-GONG & CHEN TAI CHI 7 - 8 p.m. Central School Gym. Info 250-505-4562 Chris Gibson

SHANTI YOGA STUDIO SHANTIYOGA.CA 10-11:30 a.m. Prenatal Yoga, Donna 12 - 1:30 p.m. Anusara Yoga, Elissa

SHANTI YOGA STUDIO SHANTIYOGA.CA 8:30-9:45 Energizing Yoga, Donna 10-11:30 a.m. Gentle Yoga, Anie 12-1:30 Hatha Flow, Joy 5:30-7 Anusara Yoga, Elissa 7:30-9 Yin Yoga, Joy

KYOKUSHIN KARATE �������������������������������������������������������������� SENIORS GENTLE FELDENKRAIS 11-12:30 moms and babes yoga 2:30 - 3:45 Kids, 6 - 7 p.m. Adults 1-2 Increase mobility, flex1-2 moms and babes yoga II THEYOGALOFT.ORG 625 FRONT ST Blewette Elementary School, Keith ���������������������������������������������������������������� ibility. 206 Victoria Pre-registration 4:30-6 mysore 5:30-7 all levels HOT yoga flow- jenna Clughart, 551-3345 susangrimble@telus.net 352-3449 FELDENKRAIS CLASSES MIXED MARTIAL ARTS FITNESS GROUP ��������������������������������������������������������������� MIXED CONTACT MARTIAL ARTS 11:30-12:30 Gentle &powerful. Learn 6-7 Lakeside 825.0030 info@aries.com 6-7:30 p.m Aries Resort, 825.0030, Fridays to move with ease. 206 Victoria YANG TAI CHI (ADVANCED) 7-8:30 a.m. with Master Pauline Bao 250-505-8057 www.nelsontaichi.com

Sundays

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Kootenai Pilates 540 Baker St. .......................................... 352-1600

Mountain Waters Spa, Voted Best Spa 2007-09 .................. 352-3280 Found, Nelson’s Aveda Concept Spa & Salon ..................... 352-7775 YOGA

OM Yoga, 3067 Heddle Rd. 6-Mile, omyogasixmile.com ........ 825-0011 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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Scopes by Stenya

Sept. 29, 2010

Sept. 29 - Oct 5 Aries

Timing can be the deciding factor for you right now. What you want to happen right away may not be available to you. This can be for reasons out of your control. The great thing about this is if you are open to alternatives, amazing things can happen.

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Easy Sudoku

Taurus

You usually have an easy time sticking to your decisions once you have made up your mind. This week you may have made a difficult decision that you are having troubles committing to whole-heartedly.

Gemini

Your knowledge may have been expanding recently. Learning new skills or life lessons can open doors to new opportunities that can be life changing events. Avoid deviating from the facts and tried and true from what you know. This integrity can help you through the challenging moments.

Cancer

This week be extra aware of friends and work colleagues as someone may not have good intentions. Sometimes others out of their own selfishness will create tension that could negatively affect you. Face conflicts right away in your gentle diplomatic way and you will come out the hero.

Hard Sudoku

Leo

Resist the tendency to put the blame on others. You at the helm of your own life. You are responsible for the choices you make. It can be hard, but you can choose how you react to situations in your life.

Virgo

You may be pleasantly surprised this week. 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.

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Libra

Your hard work and effort have been worthy feats that can now be shared and appreciated with others. This is a time to let your ���������� heart shine and cultivate the important close relationships in your life. What brings you joy brings joy to others as well.

Scorpio

It is important to include others in your plans this week. Not only will you be able to get things done faster and easier, you can build strong bonds of friendship that may have not been possible before. Trust is built upon shared experiences. It is worth the effort.

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You can have success this week in group undertakings. Team effort can bring great results as creative ideas will be abundantly flowing. Dream big, the big is possible for you now if you can stay balanced within yourself.

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Capricorn

You may be asked to rise to the challenge this week. Use creative solutions that work for you. Avoid stressing yourself out by keeping a healthy balance between work, rest, and play. Put yourself out there and know that mistakes are proof that your are trying.

Aquarius

A test of endurance in the form of hard work can test your commitment this week. If you can rise up to meet the challenge head first you can not only accomplish great things but help others around you as well.

Pisces

Follow through on your commitments, no matter how small they seem to you.

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aroundtown

Sept. 29, 2010

live music Wed. Sept. 29

Tue. Oct. 5

OPEN MIC NIGHT at The Royal hosted by Estevan

CLIFF MADDIX with Friends at the Hume Library Lounge

PAUL LANDSBERG with Friends at the Hume Library Lounge

MAGIC BUS AT The Royal with DJs Sturdy and Deeps!

Thurs. Sept. 30

Wed. Oct. 6

FISH AND BIRD at The Royal with Locomotive Ghost. Think ‘Old Timey Radiohead’. Authentic, passionate & talented

OPEN MIC NIGHT with Estevan at The Royal

ROB JOHNSON AND FRIENDS at the Hume Library Lounge

Fri. Oct. 1 BUTTER SOUL LIVE at The Royal. Dexter, Rhapsody and Mr. Smith spinning funky, drippy music JUDE DAVISON at Max & Irmas. Sings classic songs and acoustic originals, 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 Hume Library Lounge OPEN STAGE AT the Vallican Whole 6:30-9:30p.m. By donation. 3762 Little Slocan River Road. 250-2267796 COTTONWOOD MARKET hosts great local and touring musicians from 10a.m. - 2p.m.

Sun. Oct. 3

PAUL LANDSBERG AND Friends at the Hume Library Lounge

Thurs. Oct. 7 ROB JOHNSON AND FRIENDS at the Hume Library Lounge SEAN BURNS TRIO at The Royal. Singer/Songwriter brings his eclectic blend of music to Nelson

Fri. Oct. 8 JUDE DAVISON at Max & Irmas. Sings classic songs and acoustic originals. 6-9p.m. THE REVERIN AND The Wobble Raiders at The Royal. Featuring big bass & thick dubstep

Sat. Oct. 9 NIKKO at the Hume Library Lounge OPEN STAGE AT the Vallican Whole 6:30-9:30p.m. By donation. 3762 Little Slocan River Road. 250-2267796 COTTONWOOD MARKET HOSTS great local and touring musicians from 10a.m. - 2p.m.

MARK BERUBE AT The Royal.Piano driven indie folk music. Similar to Ben Folds.

BERNARDINO AND FRIENDS at The Royal. Spinning their upbeat House music to make you move

Mon. Oct. 4

KRADDY (FORMELY OF the Glitch Mob) at Spirit Bar. $15 at the door. Glitch hop massive!

SARAH MCGLYNN AND RICH Rabnett at the Hume Library Lounge

ongoing events

NEED INEXPENSIVE BIRTH control? Options for sexual health drop-in clinic. 333 Victoria St. 5:30-8p.m. THE NELSON SCRABBLE CLUB MEETS AT 1P.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 7p.m. to Baptist Church, 611-5th St. Dorothy 352-7199 or Joey 352-3393 PUBLIC MEDITATION 12-1p.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. Joseph’s School gym 523 Mill St.

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NELSON WOMEN’S CENTRE NOON - 4P.M. FOR RECYCLED BAG SEWING PROJECT. 250-352-9916 NELSON BADMINTON CLUB meets at Mary Hall Gymnasium, 7-9p.m. Everyone welcome. Anne 250-3527536, Guy 250-352-6330. TOASTMASTERS: IMPROVE YOUR public speaking, communication and leadership skills. 2nd and 4th Thursday (each month):http:// kokanee.freetoasthost.ws HABLAS ESPANOL? GROUP meeting 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Grounded Cafe. 5p.m. Todos Bieviendo NELSON KNITTING CO-OP: A new knitting group. Everyone welcome ($2). Meet at Anglican Church 12-3p.m. CAPOEIRA CLASSES at 7p.m. Baker St. drop-in, beginners welcome. Brazilian martial arts/dance and music ULTIMATE FRISBEE CO-ED 6:30p.m. Lakeside Field. Everyone welcome NELSON BELLYDANCE CLASSES Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45 or 8p.m. 533 Moving Centre. Baker St. 250-509-0633 FELDENKRAIS: FIRST CLASS Free! Gentle, pleasureable.Oct7-Nov18, 2:30 - 3:30p.m., Feldendrais Center, 206 Victoria St. Pre-registration 352-3449 susangrimble@telus.net

Fridays

GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS at The Royal. Gypsy Punk from the UK. A truly remarkable show.

Wednesdays

FIGURE DRAWING. LIVE MODELS. SEPT 16 - OCT 21, $60. KSA, 602 VICTORIA ST., NELSON. PH 352-7646 IS ALCOHOL A PROBLEM in your life? AA Meetings, Lunch Bunch at Noon. Into Action Big Book Study at 8:00p. m. The Cellar. 717A Vernon St. ACUPUNCTURE FOR ADDICTIONS Free drop-in clinic, 9:30a.m. Located at 333 Victoria St., 2nd Floor. 505-7248 BIBLE STUDY JOY at Baptist Church, 6:30p.m. 560 Baker St., Suite #3. Everyone welcome SIGNING CHOIR (SIGN LANGUAGE) 3:30 P.M. AT NDYC, 608 LAKE ST. WWW. NDYC.COMG PUBLIC MEDITATION 5:15 - 6:15P.M. ALL WELCOME. KOOTENAY SHAMBHALA MEDITATION CENTRE, 444 BAKER ST. WWW.NELSONBUDDHA.COM

GENDER OUTLAWS, A SUPPORT & SOCIAL GROUP FOR TRANS & GENDER VARIANTS. 354-5362 NELSON AA-F-TROOP MEETING AT THE CELLAR 717A VERNON ST. 8P.M. DOES SOMEONE’S DRINKING Trouble You? Al-Anon meeting 8p.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

NELSON TABLE TENNIS CLUB. 5:30 -7:30P.M. AT BLEWETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WHEN SCHOOL IS IN SESSION. 352-9547 OR 352-5739 CHOIR AT NDYC 3:30-5:30P.M. CALL 352-5656 FOR DETAILS NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS DISCUSDRUG PROBLEM? WE CAN HELP. CALL SION meeting, 12 noon, The Cellar, NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 1-800-342-7439 717A Vernon St, 1-800-342-7439 PARENT AND CHILD TIME at the Harrop FELDENKRAIS - FIRST CLASS Free! Hall. 10a.m.-12noon Information: Gentle movement. Oct 8 - Nov Lesley 825-0140 19, 11:30-12:30p.m., Feldenkrais NELSON WOMEN’S CENTRE Drop in Center, 206 Victoria St. Pre-registranoon - 4p.m. Free clothing and food. tion 352-3449 susangrimble@telus. 420 Mill St. 250-352-9916 net LEGION DARTS in beverage room, 7:30p.m. Info 352-7727 or email ����������������������������� rclbr51@telus.net MEAT DRAWS AT NELSON LEGION 3:45P.M., IN BEVERAGE ROOM WITH KARAOKE AFTER. 352-7727 FELDENKRAIS FOR SENIORS. 1WILDERNESS SURVIVAL, HERBALISM 2p.m. Oct7-Nov18. Feldenkrais AND STONE AGE SKILLS CLASSES! Center, 206 Victoria St. Gentle, easy ONGOING PROGRAM. CHILDREN, movements. Pre-register: 352-3449 TEEN, ADULT CLASSES. 357-2822. SUSANGRIMBLE@TELUS.NET

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Sundays CRIBBAGE, LEGION BEVERAGE ROOM, 12:30P.M. INFO: 352-7727 WILDERNESS SURVIVAL, HERBALISM AND STONE AGE SKILLS CLASSES! ONGOING PROGRAM. CHILDREN, TEEN, ADULT CLASSES. 357-2822. PUBLIC MEDITATION 9A.M. -- 12P.M MID-MORNING REFRESHMENTS; COME AND GO AS YOU WISH. SHAMBHALA MEDITATION CENTRE 444 BAKER ST. WWW.NELSONBUDDHA.COM WORSHIP SERVICES JOY at the Baptist Church. 10a.m., 11a.m., 6:30p.m., 560 Baker St., Suite #3, 825-4095. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP, Community Church, Passmore Hall, 11a.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, 10a. m. 602 Silica St. All are welcome ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH Service 10:15a.m. 1805 Silverking Rd. You are welcome. 352-2515 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE 9a.m. at St. Michael and All Angels. Balfour. All are welcome ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH EVERYONE WELCOME TO 4P.M. WORSHIP. 21 SILICA ST. 354-3308 SAHAJ MARG GROUP MEDITATION: PLEASE PHONE ELEANOR 352-3366 OR SARAH 354- 9496 QUAKER MEETING, 723 Ward, upstairs, 10a.m. 354 3859 WINLAW FARMERS MARKET. Herbs, produce, crafts and flea market. Venders and buskers welcome, 226.6492/226.7862

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A TASTE OF Nelson 6-9p.m. at the Best Western, Tickets $30 at Culinary Conspiracy. Buy 8 tickets & reserve a table USING SOCIAL MEDIA in your Job Search: free workshop. For registration/information contact info@kcds. ca or (250)352-6200 BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES Start in South Slocan. 358-2448 or franwallis@redmtn.ca for information

Thurs. Sept. 30

TALES FOR TWOS Storytime. Nelson Library. 10:30a.m. Pre-register 352-6333. Stories, songs and much more NELSON ARTS AND HERITAGE Festival Storyfest 10-5:30p.m. at Central School, TNT, and the Legion: Adults $15, Students $10, 12 and under free

Sun. Oct. 3 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION at the Legion, 402 Victoria St., 15 p.m. Young and old invited. Refreshments available NELSON ARTS AND HERITAGE Festival: Spoken word - A Legion of Words at Selfdesign High. 7p.m. Free admission

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME NELSON Library. 10:30a.m. Pre-register 3526333. Stories, songs, puppets and much more. Sept.30 - Nov.25

UNITY CENTRE OF THE Kootenays. Sufi Teachings. Broader Horizons, back door, 905 Gordon Rd. 11a.m. Everyone Welcome

MT. SENTINEL SCHOOL South Slocan Badminton Mon and Wed 7:30p.m. 359-7610

NELSON ARTS AND HERITAGE Festival: Our Town with James Murray Storyteller. TNT Playhouse. 8p.m.

Wed. Oct. 6

6:30p.m. at the Seniors Center with Pauline Lamb. Contact: paulinelambmusic@hotmail.com

KOOTENAY SHAMBHALA MEDITATION���������� Centre. Open House. Meditation instruction and practice 7p.m; talk and discussion 8p.m; tea 9p.m. 444 Baker St. www.nelsonbuddha.com

Fri. Oct. 1 NELSON ARTS AND HERITAGE Festival Lucas Myers in “Deck” 8p.m. Capitol Theatre. Adults $15, Students $12 SOCIAL DANCING EVERY Friday at the Royal. Free. Mostly Swing, smooth Latin. 6p.m. - 8p.m.

Oct. 2 Power Vinyasa  Sat. COTTONWOOD MARKET,

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SING FOR MY Child 8:30-9:40 Tuesday mornings. Lullabies, Children’s songs. Nelson Waldorf School 354-1492 SUFFER FROM AN Eating Disorder? Need Support?, 352-9598 after 6 p.m. or mcsuzzie@hotmail.com for more information ACUPUNCTURE FOR ADDICTIONS Free drop-in clinic, 1:30p.m. Located at 333 Victoria St., 2nd Floor. 5057248 YOUNG FELLOWS OFF BOOZE AA Meeting 8p.m. The Cellar. 717A Vernon St. NELSON WOMEN’S CENTRE DROPIN NOON-4P.M. FREE CLOTHING AND FOOD. 420 MILL ST. 250-352-9916 NELSON COMMUNITY BAND Rehearsals, 7:30-9p.m., First Baptist Church, 611-5th St., New members welcome. 352-6119 NEW OA MEETING 577 BAker St. 8p.m. 1-800-611-5788 CAPOEIRA CLASSES at 7:00p.m. Baker St. drop-in, beginners welcome. Brazilian martial arts/dance and music PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP monthly meeting to be held at Kiwanis Hall in Nelson. 1:30p.m. Everyone welcome

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BAHA’I COMMUNITY OF NELSON PLEASE JOIN US FOR PRAYERS AND AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BAHA’I FAITH 7P.M 354-0944 DIAPER FREE BABY / ELIMINATION Communication Support Circle, 4th Monday of each month 10-12a.m. at The Family Place 312 Silica St. HERITAGE HARMONY Barbershop Chorus. Welcoming anyone! Tim 250825-9694 or John 250-352-6892 SHOTOKAN KARATE 5-7p.m. St. Joseph’s School gym 523 Mill Street SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING 79p.m. Central School Gym: 811 Stanley St., Nelson. Beginners Welcome NELSON BADMINTON CLUB meets at Mary Hall Gymnasium, 7 - 9p.m. Everyone welcome. Anne 250-3527536, Guy 250-352-6330 DROP-IN GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP. 79p.m. at Broader Horizons, 905 Gordon Road, back door. ADULT BADMINTON at Redfish School, 6:30-9:30p.m. $20. Bring racquet and indoor footwear. For info call 229-4346, 229-4343, 229-4485 COOKING CLASSES EVERY Wed/Sun. Many topics to choose from. Lorraine at lorrainer61@gmail.com or 250-3523860 A COURSE IN MIRACLES support/ study group at Manistone Wellness Centre, 507 Baker St., #209 at 6:30p.m.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Noon meeting at The Cellar. 717A Vernon St. THE NELSON SCRABBLE CLUB MEETS SATURDAY AT 1P.M. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 250-352-6936 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, 359-2926 WALK IN PEACE AT LAKESIDE PARK (AT THE GATE), 1ST SATURDAY MONTHLY. 10:30A.M. BE THE CHANGE KUTENAI ART THERAPY INSTITUTE ART ZONE. DROP-IN, OPEN STUDIO 11-4 P.M. 601 FRONT ST. 250-352-2264. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS STEP MEETING, 10A.M., THE CELLAR, 717A VERNON ST., 1-800-342-7439

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NELSON ARTS AND HERITAGE Festival Lucas Myers in “Deck” 8p.m. Capitol Theatre. Adults $15, Students $12 THE WISDOM OF Our Ancestors. A one day Family Constellation workshop.Everyone 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 pre-registered. Time: 9:30 until 5:00p.m. To register or for more information please call Blanche and Harreson Tanner 250-227-6877 or e-mail lifeshift@bluebell.ca Web site www. lifeshiftseminars.com INTRODUCTION TO MEDITATION WORKSHOP: Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human, Oct. 2-3, starting at 8:30a.m., at Kootenay Shambhala Meditation Centre, 444 Baker St. www.nelsonbuddha.com LIVING COMPASSION NONVIOLENT Communication Workshop: Practical tools for challenging times. 10a. m.-5p.m., $60-90, Melody Greger 250-551-4304 LEARN FERTILITY AWARENESS to effectively prevent or achieve pregnancy naturally. Classes also on Nov 6, Dec 4, Feb 5. For more info, call 250-226-7937

SENIOR CITIZENS’ BR.#51, 717 Vernon St. Monthly Meeting, 1:30p. m. LATIN MERENGUE CLASSES: Learn this sexy dance based on the hips movement. Wednesdays to Oct 27th. jen.mendizabal@gmail.com 250-509-0633 WINE TASTING SOCIAL at The Royal. 6p.m.sharp-8p.m. Food, wine, great company! $35/person. Reservations required: 250-3520960

Thurs. Oct. 7 BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES in Nelson! Thursdays (Oct 7 - Nov 25) Beginner Salsa at 7:30p. m.; Beginner Waltz and Cha-Cha at 8:30p.m. Singles and couples welcome! Class sizes limited. Preregistration only ($100/person) Call 250-352-0013

Fri. Oct. 8 SOCIAL DANCING EVERY Friday at the Royal Free. Mostly Swing, smooth, Latin. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 9 COMEDIAN LORNE ELLIOTT is at Procter Hall. Dinner and the show $30.00. Phone 250-229-5370 TGR’S LIGHT THE WICK ski video premiere. Capitol Theatre, Oct 9th. 7p.m. Presented by Selkirk’s Ski Resort Management Program

Sun. Oct. 10 WORLD SIGN COMMUNICATION Society AGM, 4p.m. At Sissies, Winlaw. Come sing/sign and dance along! FALL FAMILY FAIR, noon to 4p.m. A Fun Filled Afternoon of Traditional Crafts and Seasonal Activities at Touchstones Musem


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CHILDREN BRAND NEW! BATMAN MUSCLE Chest Child Costume, for ages 1-2 years $40 . call 250-352-0960. CHARIOT CHEETAH; JOGGING setup with baby supporter and bike attachment. $150. Dana 250-505-5338 EVENFLO VICTORY 5 car seat. 5 to 40 lbs. $25. 352-3704 ROCKING CHAIR - Beautiful Solid Pine with darker stain. Very well built. 355-0053 $50 AFTER SCHOOL PLAY groups for girls/ boys. Developmental, social/emotional with early intervention focus. 250-3544485, 250-354-3663

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WINE TASTING SOCIAL at The Royal. October 6th, 6-8pm. Food, wine, great company! $35/person. Reservations required: 250-352-0960

PART-TIME PROPERTY MANAGER needed in Nelson and Slocan. Some experience required. Email magicangels@hotmail.com to apply. LOOKING FOR WORK? Check out our website www.kcds.ca or call 352-6200 for free information and assistance! HOUSESITTER/ ANIMAL CAREGIVER for hobby farm 3 weeks late Fall. Resume: Box 134 Riondel V0B 2B0 GARDENER: TO CLEAN up; and replace rotten fence posts. Landscaper: to rebuild terrace and retaining wall along driveway. Call Phil at 352 3758.

FOUND: SECTOR 9 longboard with black wheels and gullwing trucks. Email me to identify. alaur74@hotmail.com alaur74@gmail.com LOST: GOLD RING (2 attached together) Lower Fairview within the last 3 weeks. Kay 250-226-7635 Reward. MOTOROLA RAZOR (CHARCOAL) lost Saturday night, Sept 11, on Vernon street. Jeff 551-2648 LOST: SPY SUNGLASSES at the Shambhala beach stage. 509-1609

SERIOUS MOBILE DJ package, "Mackie" powered tops and subs, intelligent lighting, 5 fixtures and controller, mixer, Dual CD, Dual 31 band EQ, 400 CD library, and extras. $10,000. Serious inquiries only. 250-229-5261 EXCELLENT CONDITION: DUSTY Rose Couch and Chair $250. 4 Honda 16" Rims $100. Call Brandy 825-9313 EXTERIOR NATURAL WOOD French Door. 30"x80", 15 Lite Thermal Tempered Glass. Attractive. $450. 825-0062 65 BOLTS OF Fabric and Remnants. $2-3 a meter. 2813 Hwy 3A, 6 Mile. Oct 4-10th, 10am-4pm. BEYONCE HEAT, BRAND New purse, body lotion, $25 each, awesome gift. 250-354-1784 THULE SKI RACK Attachement. $50. Dan 352-5236 WEAVING LOOM, LECLERC 22" 4 harnesses with six treadles $300. Call 250-354-4272. HYDROPLANE FIXER UPPER, needs sanding and painting $25; fridge $25 OBO. 250-352-2307 MOTHERLOAD FIREWOOD $185/ CORD. Fir split and delivered within 30minutes of 6 Mile area. Selina 250822-2225 or 250-505-4701 3GS IPHONE 32GB On Warranty. $130 OBO (paid $300) with Telus contract. Phone 250-226-7261 14 FOOT FIBERGLASS boat 40 hp Evinrude $3000, new portapotti $75. 229-4544 MASSEY-FERGUSON 205-4 4X4 Tractor: 20hp diesel. Loader, 3-pointhitch, Backblade, PTO. Manuals. 1980 with 0680hrs. Exceptional condition. $8500 250-366-4321 SAMSUNG SCH-U430 FLIP-PHONE. $60. Never used. CDMA, camera, speakerphone, voice-dialing, Bluetooth. $100 at Telus. 352-5124. ASPHALT SEALCOATING MACHINE. $1000 Phone: 250-399-6333 FOUR TOYO GO2 winter tires on rims, low kms. $750.00 call 250-505-4503 FURNACE, FORCED AIR, Electric Wood Combo $200 OBO. 229-5645 SHAW DIRECT SAT. receiver Mod. DSR 305 $75; Student desk 24x45 with drawers $65. Ken 250-352-0136

FINANCIAL SERVICES IF YOU OWN a home or real estate, ALPINE CREDITS will lend you money: Itís That Simple. Your Credit / Age / Income is NOT an issue. 1.800.587.2161. $500$ LOAN SERVICE, by phone, no credit refused, quick and easy, payable over 6 or 12 installments. Toll Free: 1877-776-1660 www.moneyprovider.com.

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FRIDGE 18 CU.FT, nice, $75. Braun Juicer & Food Processor, excellent condition, $225 for both. 250-226-7880 WOOD DOORS $30 each; new picture 1920'S ANTIQUE OAK Belgian window $350; non-slip stairs with railing 16" MATRIX RIMS $100. Wakeboard Sideboard with mirror. 48"wx74"hx19"d. $400. Chris 250-354-4240 $175. 2 flexifoil kites, 9 and 12 meter 2 drawers, 2 doors. Will email photos. $500. Kite harness $75. 250-354-3314 KITCHEN RANGE, GLASS-TOP, $800. 250-352-7262 Stainless Steel, Convection, 5yrs-old, TOSHIBA TF 601 Fax-copier $20; 2 BAR STOOLS, metal swivel with fabric Excellent Condition, $640 ($1,100 new), Minolta X700 35mm camera w/35mm & seat, as new. $100 firm. Call 229-4028 Free Delivery, 354-1412. 55mm lens & case $40. 250-229-2355 SOFA & CHAIR, off-white, light flowHANDYMAN SERVICES. I FIX just about DUNCAN POTTERY KILN with extra ered print. $300; Dresser $50.00. Ph. anything! Clean, reliable, excellent refershelves and new heating elements, 250-352-5120 ences. $30/hr, 4hr minimum. Fred 250works great. Offers 352-2503 354-7175 or clubfredbaja@yahoo.com BEIGE LOVESEAT $20 OBO. 825-9266 CHAINSAW 25-55CCM POULAN Micro MAYTAG WASHER/DRYER XXV. Requires tune-up. $50 OBO. 352SOLID PINE SINGLE bed, with matEXCELLENT condition $150.00. Sony5772 tress very clean, excellent condition. ART SHOW FEATURING Paula Smith. Trinitron TV $100.00. Red oval bathtub/ $180 250-352-7643 ANTIQUE CHEST OF drawers $125. At Selkirk Eyecare, 543 Baker St. Now matching Kohler sink $150.00. 250Only 3 nearly new Lt.245/75/16 D truck BEAUTIFUL HANDCRAFTED SOLID through October! 354-4629 tires, $50 each. 250-359-7756 USB INTERNET STICK. Get on line oak bed. Queen size. Headboard, footSTRAW AND MULCHING Hay. Delivery anywhere! 2” long. $75. 354-9618 board and frame. $200. 509-0906 48" FLOOR LOOM, PLUS BENCH, 2 anywhere in the West Kootenay. Farmer beaters, lots of extras,$500. Felting, OAK DESK WITH a hutch. Wood conDirect Wayne 226-7276, 226-7054. struction. 42" X 21". Asking $40. Call spinning wool, $16lb, 250-355-2269 LARGE TWO DAY Unreserved Melissa at 825-0185 PANASONIC KX-TG2314 DUAL Auction, October 2 & 3. Stan Turbiarz, POSITIVE APPAREL THRIFT Store handset black cordless phones, excelLIVING COMPASSION NONVIOLENT Redwater, Alberta. Collector tractors 721 Front St now accepting furniture lent condition, $50, DVD player, $20, Communication Workshop Oct. 2nd and equipment, collectibles and farm DIAL-A-LAW OFFERS GENERAL Mon ñ Sat 10-5 Sun 1-5 10a.m.-5p.m. Tools for challenging equipment. View online: www.prodaCastlegar, 250-608-3548 information on a variety of topics on law niukauctions.com. times. Melody Greger 250-551-4304 ����������������������������� OLD WORKING CAR stereo equip���������� in BC. 604-687-4680 (Lower Mainland) ONLINE, ACCREDITED, WEBment for free or cheap. Will pick up. Call or 1.800.565.5297 (Outside LM); www. 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CANON EOS 40D camera, body only. 18 months old. New condition. $450. 250-505-4296 NEW JOHN WOOD 40 gal. electric hot water tank. $300. 229-5406 FOR SALE, 2 Fig plants and flowers. 250-359-8109 FOUR 5-BOLT 14" steel rims $60. Also, wine making equipment, used only once $50. 250-357-2961 QUALITY UTILITY TRAILER, 47" x 7' 18" high, 13" tires, must sell $250. 354-4417 36" SONY FULL-SIZE tv (remote missing), Samsung dvd player, custom stand. $100 for all. 352-3257 GOOD WHEELCHAIR LIFT from Handy-dart bus. 12v hydraulic. $400 obo. 250-226-7996 PROPANE HEATER, VERMONT casting stardance [b-vent] $500. Phone 250-359-6606 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. 250-359-0197. SALE: LCD PANASONIC tv and surround sound, furniture, kitchen stuff and more! Call Amanda 250-354-3809 KITCHEN AID MIXER Stainless Steel Bowl, Whipper Dough Hook 325Watt. $250. 2Qt Size Jars. $1.50each. 250-399-4127 CANÍT GET UP YOUR Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and get 10% off your new Stairlift. Call 1-866-981-6591. 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: 1-800566-6899 Ext:400OT. #1A STEEL BUILDING SALE! Save up to 60% on your new garage, shop, warehouse. 6 colors available! 40 year warranty! Free shipping, the first 20 callers! 1-800-457-2206. www.crownsteelbuildings.ca. **HOME PHONE RECONNECT** Call 1-866-287-1348. Prepaid Long Distance Specials! Feature Package Specials! †Referral Program! Donít be without a home phone! Call to Connect! 1-866-287-1348. STEEL BUILDING INVENTORY SALE... $4 to $11/sq.ft. Immediate orders only FREE shipping, some exclusions. Up to 90 days to pay. Deposit required. Pioneer Manufacturers since 1980. 1800-668-5422.

FUTURE STEEL BUILDINGS CLEARANCE - Pre-engineered and custom-sized to your requirements. Factory-direct pricing. Some models discounted to half-price to clear. CALL FOR FREE BROCHURE AND QUOTE 1-800-668-5111 ext. 170.

BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES in Nelson! Thursdays (Oct.7 - Nov.25) Beginner SALSA @ 7:30pm, Beginner WALTZ & CHA-CHA @ 8:30pm. Singles & couples welcome! Class sizes limited. Pre-registration only ($100/person) Call 250-352-0013 MUSIC LESSONS: PIANO, mandolin, accordion. All ages, diverse styles and learning approaches. 250-352-1917.

1984 HONDA CV 200 three wheeler (not a Big Red). Great shape, $850. 250-354-3460 HJC MOTORCYCLE HELMET with visor. Size small. Used a dozen times only excellent condition. $100 399-4535 2008 YAMAHA 49CC scooter, excellent condition. Easy to ride with unbeatable fuel economy. $2,000 obo. 354-7288 1979 TRAVEL TRAILER 22' needs some TLC. $700 as is. 250-359-6868 Please call after 5 pm.

TWO SETS BRIDGESTONE steel belted radial winter tires w/less than 1500km. Excellent cond. 1) 215/45R17, $280; 2)215/60R16, $240. 352-9906 FOR ANYONE WITH a Ford 150, Hankook Winter Tires, excellent shape, 85% tread, 4 tires $500 OBO. 354-1192 WANTED 1 WINTER Tire 205x75x15 with enough tread for two winters. Call 505-2070 18 FOOT FLATDECK trailer with ramps, 2-7000 lb. axles, stake pockets, new condition. $2900 250-354-3709 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. 551-5683, in Nelson. 1980 VOLVO WAGON. Good body, papers & keys, no engine/tranny. $200 OBO. 250-226-7548

1986 CHEV WRANGLER. Not bad. 176,000+ kms. $3,000. 250-505-8026. 1996 FORD EXPLORER, asking $2,000... email david and jaylene at jatabudu@hotmail.com for more info. 1999 3/4TON DIESEL. Great plow truck, comes with 8ft western plow w/ remote. Almost new studded plow tires and more... Mark 250-505-0834 2009 TOYOTA TACOMA, quad cab, 6ft box, 4wd, matching canopy. $34,000 OBO. 250-226-7211 1970 MERCEDES UNIMOG: comes with military trailer and snowplow. $12,900 OBO. 250-354-3492 FORD AEROSTAR 97, long, 4WD. 260,000km, well maintained, runs great. 250-505-9840 1992 WHITE MAZDA Van MPV $1600 OBO, new exhaust & timing belt 174,000 kms, 551-1088 jackolso@gmail.com 1990 JIMMY 148,000KMS, great winter vehicle. $1300. Call 352-1813 DODGE DAKOTA SPORT 4x4 1997. Canopy, box liner, tow kit, winter tires, great condition. $4000. 3597290 2002 ACURA RXS 72000km, color: black, 2 door, 2.ol 4cyl full loaded, power windows, locks, 250-551-8800 1987 TOYOTA 2WD pickup, excellent condition. $2000 OBO. 250-354-4257 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. 250-5514427 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. 250-509-1670 1995 TOYOTA PREVIA sc/le awd for sale, sunroof/leather, 350,000 kms good engine, needs rear differential. $2500 obo. Call Nicole 250-5055358

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HOME COTTAGE BUILDING Deals!! NO-CRETE TM Prefabricated Panel Instant Foundation System - Basement $69.99/foot, Crawlspace $49.99/foot! ICF Concrete $19.99/5.33SF Block. 792SF - 2484SF Shell Erected + Exterior Lock-up + Interior Framing from $29,975.00!! www.greenrpanel.com / 1800-871-7089. Local Dealer/Installers!!!

HOUSE SITTING EXPERIENCED COUPLE WITH several references now available as housesiters for fall/winter season. Contact andreeazilda@yahoo.com RELIABLE, SELF-EMPLOYED, MATURE male seeks housesit in Nelson for Oct 1st. Good references. Laran 505-5856.

REAL ESTATE ALL YOU COULD ask for in this Superior family home. Upgraded 6 bdrm, 3 bath multi-level split. 100x120 corner lot. Garage, paved drive. Huge covered patio. Great views. $575,000. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty WATERFRONT. 325 FEET @ Sunshine Bay. Foreshore Lease. Boat launch. Level 1.61 acres, creek, 4 serviced RV sites, 14x66 home, 36x26 workshop. $1,175,000. David Gentles 250-3548225. Nelson Realty UNIQUE 16.3 ACRE oasis @ 9-Mile. Untapped potential. 2 homes. 265 feet sandy beach & boathouse, 2 detached garages. Tranquilly & privacy. $2,500,000. David Gentles 250-3548225. Nelson Realty

MISC. WANTED 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 WANTED: GOOD DEER/ELK rifle, with or without scope. 250-551-2255 LOOKING FOR CHILDREN'S wooden kitchen stove/fridge, wooden shelving and toys in good condition. 354-4485 WANTED: LAYING HENS 825-9399 LOOKING FOR USED washing machine in good condition. 354-1545 LOOKING FOR SMALL row boat. 250226-7650 WANTED: USED GRAPHING calculator for school. Phone 250-352-0109

MUSIC & DANCE GETZEN TRUMPET FOR Sale. Excellent condition-hardly used. Asking $500. Call Ben at 551-4318 PHANTOM POWER - A Tribute to The Tragically Hip seeking lead guitarist. Call 250-354-2837 or 250-364-8626 BEAUTIFUL PIANO-ANTIQUE, WALNUT body plus totally rebuilt inside. $1800. Epiphone acoustic guitar, 6-string. 354-4629 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 250-352-5203. MASON & RISCH Upright Piano and Stool (early 1900's). Reconditioned & refinished. $1200. Will help move. 825-9406 VIOLIN FOR SALE. 1/16th with case. Well looked after. 250-354-1564 INSTRUMENTS: BUESCHER ALTO Saxaphone $600; Selmer BundyII Tenor Saxaphone $700; Getzen Trumpet $450; Ph 250-825-4410

PERSONALS DATING SERVICE. LONG-TERM/SHORTTERM Relationships, FREE CALLS. 1877-297-9883. Exchange voice messages, voice mailboxes. 1-888-534-6984. Live adult casual conversations-1on1, 1-866311-9640, Meet on chat-lines. Local Single Ladies.1-877-804-5381. (18+).

PETS & LIVESTOCK 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 pat.williams@live. com for pictures and information on our babies. 72 GALLON BOWFRONT aquarium with oak stand, filter, heaters and light. Excellent condition. $500. 359-7290

PSYCHIC READINGS 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

RVS/SLEDS/BIKES 1984 -17.5' BIGFOOT Trailer- Fridge, stove, oven, furnace, bathroom. Great shape, sleeps 4, $6000. 250-825-2206 A.T.V. 6 WHEEL Drive. Max Argo Amphibian. $300 OBO 250-359-7793 1996 KAWASAKI NINJA for sale. $3700 OBO. 40,0000 kms. Call 505-3149.

SERVICES ORCA TRUCK FOR HIRE. Will do dump runs, moving, etc. Patrick 505-0612. 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. SUMMIT STUDIOS AUDIO recording, audio-video production, restoration, transfer.Call 250-227-9091.

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

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. 4 NOKIAN WINTER tires, 205 55 r16, 50% tread, $100 for all, 250-399-4736 CAR-TOP CARGO POD. Yakima Space Cadet, 15cuft, excellent like-new condition. Fits all cars/racks. 352-7919. $325 16"RIMS STEEL UNIVERSAL bolt patt, fits Jeep Chrysler vehicles $140; 14"Rims Ford Focus $80. 825-0168 SET OF 14" rims with tires, $100. 1000 lb. hitchbar, $30. 250-229-4069 4 ALUMINUM 5 bolt rims for Chevy Astro/Safari $50. 250-229-5315 BOX LINER FOR Ranger Pick-Up (Long Box) $40. 250-551-1436 TRUCK CANOPY FOR sale. Fits 6ft by 8ft box. Good condition. White. 250352-2351 235/75 R15 WINTER tires on 6-bolt pattern rims. $250. 352-2026 TOYO WINTER TIRES 16" good for midsize cars/mini-vans, 80% left. Paid $750 asking $400 OBO. 250-354-9851

TRADES REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY FOR fulltime employment in the Chilliwack area. Butt-N-Top/ Hoechucker Operator, Warratach Processor Operator. Experience required. Please fax resume to 604-793-9360.

VEHICLES 1994 TOYOTA COROLLA, automatic, good mechanical condition. $1800 OBO. Call Ed at 250-357-2258 1994 NISSAN SENTRA, 200,000kms, great condition $1,950 OBO, phone 250-354-3899 or see Craigslist "Kootenays" for info/photos S.X 2.0 DODGE great condition, ready for school, set of new winters. $5000 OBO or trade. 250-3526931 2004 TOYOTA MATRIX 4WDrive. 100,000kms, very clean. $14,000 or trade for 4WD quadcab truck. 3529227 1988 FORD ESCORT GL, runs well, slight work needed, $300 OBO. 250354-7461. 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 2007 DODGE CALIBER, low mileage, excellent condition. Must sell! 250-352-3619 1999 BLAZER FOUR door loaded 213,000 kms, excellent condition, summer and winter wheels. $3200. 250-352-6515

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MAJESTIC 1920'S HERITAGE Lodge. 5000 sqft, 8 bdrms, 6 bath. Separate 1 bdrm apartment. 3.4 acres. Lake views, grand covered verandas overlooking expansive views. Successfully operating B & B. $995,000. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty 1 ACRE OF flat land @ Erie Pit. Large shop with power. Well & Septic. $135,000. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty FOR SALE: SOLID 4 bd, 2 bath home, see bindesign.com/rosemonthouse $359,000 ph; 354-1188, 551-1088, or jackolso@gmail.com MIRROR LAKE. LEVEL .86 acres. Lake Views, privacy, 3 bdrm, wood accents. Gambrel Style. $375,000. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty LONGBEACH. 4-LEVEL SPLIT 3-4 bdrm. Great spaces, deck, 1/2 acre lot, treed, gardens, private, seasonal brook. $389,900. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty CENTRAL TO NELSON & Castlegar. Fenced 1.84 acres. 3bdrm, 2bath family home, deck, carport, garage, fruit trees, Lots of room. $389,900. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty MOUNTAIN STATION. 0.84 acres just outside City limits. Valley views & sunsets. $250,000 David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty BLEWETT ACREAGE: 36 acres with many building sites. Split by May & Jenny Road plus access off Blewett Road. $465,000. David Gentles 250354-8225. Nelson Realty SLOCAN RIVER FRONT. 1.78 level acres. 300 feet of frontage. UG services @ lot line. Build now. 30 mins to Nelson or Castlegar. $225,000. no HST. Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty

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COUGAR BLUFFS. SPECTACULAR Views. 83.5 acres. Numerous designated building sites. A wilderness retreat, yet close to Slocan Valley amenities. $324,900. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty CREEK SIDE RETREAT. 1 acre of flat buildable land backs onto riparian zone of Winlaw Creek. Private well. Power at lot line. $99,000. Burke Jones 250-3548515 Nelson Realty KOOTENAY LAKE FRONT. Custom 3 bdrm 4 bath, full level walk-out basement, view decks. 22x44 workshop, triple & single garages & carport. Park-like private gated 1.64 acres. Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty RIVERFRONT. 1.48 LEVEL acres. 325' on Slocan River. New 2188 sqft 3 bdrm rancher. Geotherm in-floor heat thru house & 2-car garage. Granite counters, custom kitchen, stainless appliances, fireplace, wood accents, vaulted ceilings, ug services, 688 sqft covered decks, fenced side yard, exposed aggregate, paved drive. A must see!! $689,900. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty A "MUST SEE" to realize all this property has to offer. Private 5.9 Balfour acres. 4 bdrms, decks, fireplace, games room & more. 30x60 garage. $679,900. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty WATERFRONT @ BALFOUR w/ Foreshore Lease & 18 slip Marina. .43 level acres. 2 bdrm 2 bath home. $599,000. Adjacent lot available @ $374,500. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty 4.9 ACRES NEAR Lemon Creek. Large 13 year old 3 bdrm, 3 bath home. Total of 4246 sqft. Includes mobile home. $425,000. Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty

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NELSON CITY & Lake Views. Renovated 4 bdrm 3 bath home. Sunken living room w/fireplace, vaulted ceilings. Terraced back yard. $442,500. Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty 5.5 FULLY USEABLE acres @ Slocan Park. 5 bdrm 1440 sqft rancher w/inlaw suite. Covered veranda on 4 sides. Large shop. $439,000. Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty 1.21 LEVEL ACRES includes 4 mobile homes. Secure tenants in place. great investment/holding property. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty HORSE LOVERS DELIGHT. 7.9 acres w/fenced pasture & gardens. 3 bdrm home. Privacy treed. Central to Nelson & Castlegar. Crescent Valley. $365,000. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty CRESCENT VALLEY. 3.82 acres, 2 bdrm, double garage, 14x28 workshop, 6 ft privacy fence. Goose Creek runs thru. Garden w/Deer fencing. $299,000. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty ERIE CREEK FRONT. .42 level acres. Upgraded 4 bdrm, 3 bath home. 14x20 covered deck. 28x44 lower deck. Treehouse w/power. $279,900. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty NEAT & TIDY 3 bdrm Rancher. Level 150x112 lot. 12x16 shop & 16x40 barn. Lots of room. Ymir $270,000. Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty HIGH ST, NELSON. Walk to work. 2 bdrm renovated. Covered lake view deck. All appliances. $259,900.00 Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty HIGH ST, NELSON. Walk to work. 2 bdrm renovated. Covered lake view deck. All appliances. $259,900.00 Burke Jones 250-354-8515 Nelson Realty

WORK WANTED MATURE WOMEN SEEKING work. Housekeeping and gardening. Contact Susan at suziecue28@hotmail.com HOUSE CLEANER AVAILABLE. Dependable and hardworking. Call 250354-1250 or leave message.

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NEWLY RENOVATED SALMO Rancher. Priced to sell 4 bdrm, 2 bath. Fenced level .41 acres, Gardens, workshop. Quick Possession $189,900. Burke Jones 354-8515 Nelson Realty GREAT VALUE BUILDING lot near Balfour. $110,000. .47 acres. Commanding lake views. Ug services. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty 29 SUBDIVISION IN the City limits. Lot prices start @ $89,000. + HST. Spacious lot sizes. UG services. City amenities. David Gentles 250-3548225. Nelson Realty 5.3 ACRES WEST of Salmo. Subdividable. Lots of Gravel. Residential or commercial. $225,000. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty 2 BUILDING LOTS. Expansive lake views, Southern exposure. UG services. Private beach & Marina access available. .76 acres @ $147,500. 1.02 acres @ $149,500. David Gentles 250354-8225. Nelson Realty 2.92 ACRES. (3 side-by-side lots) 55 foot well on center lot. 5 minutes west of Salmo. $135,000. David Gentles 250354-8225. Nelson Realty WATERFRONT @ LONGBEACH. Over 165 feet of sandy level beach. Designated septic area. Ready to build. $399,900. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty UP & DOWN Duplex. 2 blocks off Baker. 3 bdrm & 2 bdrm units. Always rented. Some upgrades are done. $329,000. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty 41 ACRES. PRIVATE. Level benches. Old Log structure. Original septic, water & power. Slocan Valley $350,000. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty

SLOCAN RIVER. LEVEL 1 acre with 200 feet of river frontage. UG utilities @ lot line. $249,900. no HST David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty 19-ACRES, LEVEL & TREED on Sunshine Coast. Creek at back & road down side. Rural, beautiful Powell River. Neil Frost 604-483-6345. Coast Realty Group. LOG ACCENTS THROUGHOUT. 3,100 sqft, 3 level, 4+ bdrm home. New flooring. Amazing view decks. Organic gardens. .23 acres $595,000. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty BLEWETT. PRIVATE RETREAT - 2.46 acres. Terraced gardens, 3 bdrm 2000 sqft rancher, hobby room, workshop. Spacious living. $425,000. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty LONGBEACH. 2.5 ACRES. Solid post & beam. 2+ bdrms, office, 3 bath, 2 kitchens, suite potential. Outbuildings. Covered view deck. $479,900. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty QUICK POSSESSION. UPHILL 3 bdrm, 3 bath, summer kitchen, suite potential. Separate "studio". 50x120 fertile lot. $490,000. David Gentles 250354-8225. Nelson Realty ERIE CREAK FRONT. Level .26 acres. 4 bdrm, 3 bath, spacious 2 storey home. 2800 sqft & 1900 sqft unfinished basement. Open Kitchen/family room. Formal living & dining rooms. Carport, covered porch. $395,000. David Gentles 250354-8225. Nelson Realty 10 ACRES INCLUDES 300 ft of River frontage across road (approx 1 ac). Open design 3 bdrm rancher. Barn. $379,900. David Gentles 250-3548225. Nelson Realty


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HERITAGE. CLASSIC 2 storey 3 bdrm. 62x120 fenced yard. Close to Schools. $319,000. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty QUICK POSSESSION. 3+1 bdrm, 2 fireplaces, huge deck/carport, 50x141 lot. Close to Schools. Suite potential. $319,900. David Gentles 250-354��������������������������� 8225. Nelson Realty UPHILL RANCHER. 3 bdrm 2 bt Landscaped, level fenced lot. Suite potential. Great location. $365,000. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty 6-MILE. 3-4 BDRM, 100x183 terraced back yard, possible inlaw suite, deck, carport. $299,000. David Gentles 250354-8225. Nelson Realty 60X110 CORNER LOT. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, basement, carport, level entry. Expansion potential. $249,000. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty TIDY 2-3 BDRM mobile, addition & view deck. Lower 6-mile. Quick possession. $49,500. David Gentles 354-8225. Nelson Realty MOBILE HOME NEEDING a talented renovator. 2 bdrm, 1 bath. Value priced. $29,500. David Gentles 250-354-8225. Nelson Realty MOBILE OLDER UGRADED $32,000 in Greenwood mhp trades considered. Owner financing available. Liam 250-428-1638

3 BEDROOM HOUSE on acreage near Winlaw. Furnished, lease required. $1200/month Rentals@NelsonRealty. ca 250-505-2067 SPACIOUS FURNISHED 3BDR mainfloor 5km to Nelson. Mature NS/ND/NP. Available Oct 1st. $1000 + utilites. 505-2060 400 SQFT STUDIO, bathroom, kitchenette, deck, 2 blocks to Baker. $600 inc. ���������� utilities. Jake 250-352-7615 COZY OFFGRID WILDERNESS cabin for child-friendly, heart-centered communications student. Rent/trade/buy-in. Near Slocan 250-226-7311. Or 3552393-ext1421. SLOCAN VALLEY NEAR WinlawNewer cottage, 2 beds, loft, quiet, secure, Valley views. Suitable 2 people. $795. 250-226-0034 UPHILL 1 BEDROOM garden suite, new house, gas fireplace, view, washer/ dryer, n/s, $725+utils. 778-862-1966 thewwkayaker@hotmail.com 3 BEDROOM HOUSE (9 Mile). Large yard, 2 car garage, pets considered. Nov. 1st. $1650+util. (250) 825-3464 3 BR. 1/2 duplex, 1.5 bath N/S, N/Pets. Off street parking. 250-352-2205. ROOM FOR RENT in Fairview. $425 Inclusive. Female only. Call 250-5055233 between 8 AM & 7 PM EXECUTIVE TOWNHOME AVAILABLE Granite Pointe - Golf Course Facing - Multiple Upgrades $1850/mo + Utilities No pets/smoking 250-505-2020 1 BEDROOM FOR rent in Shore Acres with use of main house laundry. $500/ mnth incl. Nathan 250-505-9686 1 BEDROOM CABIN for rent in Harrop. $685/mo + utilities. Avail Oct 1st - June 1st. (250)229-4158 1 BEDROOM TRAILER 15min west of Nelson in friendly community. Quiet nature setting. NS/ND $485/month incl. heat & electric. 250-359-6669 2 BDRM DUPLEX near Blewett School. N/S,N/P, ST/FR $750+utilities. References 250-352-5217 until 8pm. WORKSHOP OR ART Gallery in Blewett for rent. 250-352-3517 3 BEDROOM UPSTAIRS suite! Deck, yard, views, storage, pets negotiable... $1175/mo + util. Oct 1st. 352-7303 FURNISHED MOBILE HOME, Nelson. 2bd, 2bath. Everything there. Dishes, linens, dishwasher, fridge, stove, washer, dryer, etc. Nov.1-April 1. References Required. No smoking. No pets. $700 negotiable for a responsible person. ���������� 250-352-7605 AVAIL DEC 1ST, 3 Bdrm House in Nelson, 1 Year Lease, References, F/S, NS/NP, $1200/mo, Utilities extra, 354-8871 AFFORDABLE 2 BEDROOM rental in Kaslo. Oct. 1st. Wood stove, big yard. Jamie 541-653-9459

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RESPONSIBLE, EMPLOYED, LONGTIME Nelsonite with references seeks affordable 1 BR. Charlie 250-354-0225 GOOD HEARTED WOMAN searching for room, Quiet, responsible art-teacher. Small budget, gentle soul. Oct.1 or Nov.1. 250-352-3319 YOUNG MATURE FAMILY seeks 23 bedroom house to rent in Nelson/ Salmo. Oct 1st. 1-306-891-9669. Leave message.

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Evergreen Natural Foods celebrates 20 years of doing business with you!

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