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Indoor RC Flying @ Wildflower School Gym Tickets
Oct 24 2017 – Mar 13 2018 all-day

Tuesday afternoons from 4-5pm youngsters can try out RC models or fly their own, planes or small drones, no cars, younger children need adult supervisor, no boots in gym. Cost 2$ per child

Friends of Kootenay Lake Membership Drive! @ Kootenay Lake Tickets
Nov 9 – Dec 31 all-day

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!

Peer Counselling Tickets
Nov 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Peer Counselling Tickets
Nov 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Community Threads Tickets
Nov 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
David Caroll + Buddhagrassband @ Ellison's Market Tickets
Nov 25 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Nov 25, 2017

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.

Join us for the Amnesty International Book Club @ the Library @ Nelson Public Library - main level Tickets
Nov 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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.



Glacier Harmonies Women’s Chorus Tickets
Nov 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Practices every Wednesday @ 7 pm
611 Fifth Street
Newcomers Welcome!
Contact Jude 250 825-0027

Peer Counselling Tickets
Nov 29 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Doing Community-Based Research: It’s a People Process Tickets
Nov 29 @ 11:30 am

Wednesday, November 29, 201711:30 am Central CST

Addressing community and economic development pressures in rural and small town places often means accessing information and research capacity. Community-based research (CBR) depends on two im-portant variables: the capacity of CBR to generate good information, and the extent to which CBR is un-derstood and constructed as a two-way relationship that includes a set of responsibilities for both re-searchers and communities. In this webinar, we explore lessons for developing community-university part-nerships that can enhance the capacity of both researchers and community stakeholders and enable local groups to be better consumers of research. Critical policy issues at the community, university, and state level are also considered to better position stakeholders to engage in CBR initiatives.
Greg Halseth, is a professor in the Geography Program at the Uni-versity of Northern British Columbia, where he is also the Canada Re-search Chair in Rural and Small Town Studies and co-director of UN-BC’s Community Development Institute. His research examines rural and small-town community development, and local and regional strat-egies for coping with social and economic change.
Laura Ryser, is the research manager of the Rural and Small Town Studies Program at the University of Northern British Columbia. Her research interests include small-town community change, institutional barriers to change, labour restructuring, and rural poverty.

Greg Halseth and Laura Ryser are co-authors with Sean Markey and Don Manson on the book “Doing Community-Based Research: Perspectives from the Field”.
Questions, contact: Meghan Wrathall, wrathallm@brandonu.ca819-345-3777


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