Live in the Kootenays? Curious about what initiatives are happening around Kootenay Lake?
The Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society is having its annual membership drive!
By supporting FOKLSS not only will you be contributing to the health and stewardship of Kootenay Lake but also enjoy perks like early notification for exciting opportunities such as the Citizen Scientist Training, Osprey Monitoring Workshops, Kootenay Lake Summits, and access to our exclusive e-newsletter.
Sign up by December 15th and be entered to win fun prizes like Kootenay watershed maps, a locally designed hat, FOKLSS merchandise and more!
David Caroll is a newer musician to our area, his songs are entirely original, some ‘folky’, others more abstract. David usually includes at least one instrumental and is proficient in a variety of styles. His song about homeless street magazine vendors (‘The Big Issue’) has a chorus that people usually like to join in with.
The Buddhagrassband is a folk band with a little bluegrass and blues. Stephanie Darychuk plays the stand up bass, Carl Butler is the dobro player, Cody McKay plays the banjo and Olin McKay plays the guitar. They do a little instrument switching for some songs and sometimes include the bottle neck metal guitar and the mandolin.
In the Amnesty International Book Club, we read popular novels and then explore the human rights aspects of the book through discussion questions, interactive author interviews, podcasts & more.
August’s discussion book is Funny Boy by Shyam Selvadurai. Read the book and join us! If our copy is out, ask us about ordering a copy for you.
AWARENESS + ACTION = A DIFFERENT KIND OF BOOK CLUB
Wednesday, November 29, 2017, 11:30 am Central CST