Everything seems to be growing in Kaslo this summer — veggies, fruit, our bear population — and tourism! On today’s show, I have a conversation with two visitors who have a lot to say about our beloved village — must listening if you love Kaslo… or Edmonton! Click here to listen to podcast.
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! Here it is, our 2016 “love show,” just the thing to get you — and those you love — in the mood for Valentine’s Day. Enjoy! Click here to listen to podcast.
For the five days leading up to the big Kaslo & Area D Christmas Food Hamper Benefit show at Kaslo’s justly famous Bluebelle Bistro— this Friday, December 4, the evening before Light-Up, with music featuring The Lichens & Friends starting at 7:30PM — we’re giving you five good reasons to come, have fun, and be generous … More The 5 Days of Kaslo’s (pre)-Christmas (see you Friday at the Bluebelle)!
Kickstart Kaslo was a recent, well-attended event that invited the public to listen to five “pitches” for local initiatives intended to boost our area’s well-being. Armed with the votes cast and good ideas shared at that meeting, the Kickstart group together with the Village of Kaslo’s Sustainable Economic Development Select (SEDS) committee will decide how to … More Kickstart Kaslo!
Today’s show is all about politics. Listen in to brief introductions for each of the four candidates vying for our votes this coming Monday, October 19 — that’s right, the federal election campaign that has seemingly gone on forever is almost over. So tune in for an extra dollop of info if you’re undecided, or … More Radio Free Kaslo October 16, 2015
The Kaslo Institute has offered to conduct audio interviews with every candidate vying for Kaslo Mayor and Council, RDCK Area D Director, and School District 8 Trustee. Interviews are conducted by Kaslo Institute founder and Kootenay Co-op Radio host, Randy Morse. Click here for Dustin East Interview
Greg Neelin, Manager of Selkirk College’s Community Education and Workplace Training Division, discusses the role of community colleges in helping shape change and development in rural areas, from a session that featured Neelin and Terry Miller, Rossland-based author and consultant, at the 2014 BC Rural Communities Summit, held in Kaslo.