On today’s show, some musings on the fate of Kaslo’s beautiful beaches, and a hark back to the halcyon summer days of last year’s Kaslo Jazz Fest. Enjoy!
On today’s show, Whiteout 2014 comes to Kaslo — an interview with organizer Robert Abbey. You want some bandwidth?! Check out what the “sleepy” agricultural community of Olds, Alberta has done — why not Kaslo?! And of course, as always, some great tunes — enjoy!
On today’s show: a bobcat-centric chat on Front Street, reminding us that this guy was right — we really are an integral part of Nature, and wilderness, in all its cruel majesty is, in the end, good for us: Along with some cultural news and great tunes — enjoy!
On today’s show, Karen Behn introduces a new choir, Ted Fitzgerald relates a unique New Year’s tale with a nautical twist, and some terrific tunes — enjoy!
As recently noted here in the Kaslo Institute blog, we are blessed with surroundings that most people on this planet can only dream of enjoying. Our local forests, and the meandering trails that snake through them, are a tremendous asset, providing measurable health benefits and representing a potential economic treasure chest if handled (or nurtured, … More There’s more to music than meets the ears…
It’s a new year. If we survive the annual Polar Bear Swim(!), 2014 is already shaping up to be an exciting year here in Kaslo. Change is in the air — not a welcome fact for everyone, but a fact nonetheless. Will our healthcare situation improve? Will we come up with appropriate, innovative ways to … More We’re sitting in the middle of Alpine Nirvana (and guess what: it’s good for us!)