Naked Ski and Snowboard Segment from VALHALLA from Sweetgrass Productions on Vimeo. Hey, it’s Friday! Our Edmonton correspondent just spotted this awesome video clip, taken (I believe) from a longer film, much of it shot at and/or around Whitewater. I recommend muting the crummy ’50s pop tune that accompanies the film and playing this tune … More Let’s Get Naked in the Kootenays…
Today’s show features an interview with Kaslo Kayaking co-owner, Daphne Hunter — who also happens to be the President of the Kaslo & Area Chamber of Commerce. We also wander down early one morning to the beach, and encounter a couple of brave (crazy?) swimmers (see below for photographic evidence). Plus some sweet music. Enjoy!
The two-and-a-half day conference on the future of our region held in Creston, October 18-20 is now, officially over. The Kaslo Institute hosted an online hub at Kaslo’s Village Council chambers over the course of the conference. We posted a blogpost that summarized Friday’s plenary sessions yesterday. Here’s a similar summary based on Saturday … More The future of the Columbia Basin wrap-up
Some high points from yesterday’s Creston conference on the future of the region… — deaths will outstrip births in Canada by 2030 — only continued immigration, to the tune of at least 200,000 per year, will prevent a gradual decline in national population; — having said that, our region has very few immigrants as a … More Yesterday’s conference session in Creston reveals some interesting stats
On today’s show, take in a visit to J.V. Humphries School’s recent Open House, and catch an interview with installation artist Paul Walde at the launch of his Requiem for a Glacier exhibition at the Langham. Plus some good music and a bit of news — enjoy!