It’s summertime, and the livin’ is easy! Tune in to today’s show for a shot of sun, to hear what some tourists think of us (or at least what they think of our village and region), and a musical nod to our friends and families south of the border on this, their national day. … More Radio Free Kaslo, July 4, 2014
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!
Two senior representatives of Interior Health met with Kaslo Village Council last night at the Kemball Centre. The Kaslo Institute and Jeremy Behn of Instruments of Change fame set up microphones and speakers to give everyone who gathered in Council chambers, in an adjacent room, and especially the large crowd outside the building who braved … More IHA Brass Meet with Kaslo Council
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
The Music Restoration Project is an excellent example of how a highly creative idea, one that in turn taps into the collective creativity of people in a particular jurisdiction (in this case, our own backyard here in the Kootenays), may lay the foundation for all sorts of cultural and economic activity. Plus (bonus!), initiatives like … More The Music Restoration Project & Creativity…