Let’s Get Naked in the Kootenays…

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…

Radio Free Kaslo Oct. 25 2013

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 future of the Columbia Basin wrap-up

  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

Yesterday’s conference session in Creston reveals some interesting stats

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

Radio Free Kaslo Oct. 18

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!

Creston conference comes to Kaslo, courtesy of the Kalso Institute

  An important conference focused onn the future of the Columbia Basin region will take place in Creston, October 18, 19, 20. While the public is invited, many will be unable to afford the time or expense to attend. For those who would like to take part in the conference but for whatever reason cannot … More Creston conference comes to Kaslo, courtesy of the Kalso Institute