Arts

What’s New: Call for Interior Salish Indigenous Artisans

2019-11-12T18:35:36+00:00 November 12th, 2019|Arts, Community, News|

Call for Secwepemc, Syilx/Okanagan and Nlaka’pamux Artisans Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) is committed to supporting the development of an authentic Indigenous Art Distribution Program – Indigenous Artisans Trail (IArT). We will be working with the Interior Salish Indigenous Peoples – Secwépemc, Nlaka’pamux and Syilx artists to fill the IArT Trailer with handmade artwork. The

What’s New: F.A.R. Society Sourdough Workshop & AGM

2019-10-30T13:06:26+00:00 October 30th, 2019|Arts, Community, Event, Food, News|

Come and Celebrate our 6th A.G.M. Saturday November 30th 9.00 – 2.30 Midway Community Centre downstairs. 9.00 - 3 hour ‘Old World’ REAL SOURDOUGH Workshop presented by KARL LILGERT from Needed Bread Bakery in Grand Forks Background information/explanation of process/ demonstration/ and invitation to workshop attendees to participants in the hands on process. (First come

What’s New: Kettle River District WI Sponsors a Fall Day Retreat

2019-10-09T12:56:39+00:00 October 9th, 2019|Arts, Community, Event, Food, Health and Wellness|

Networking   Learning   Laughing Everyone is welcome to attend the Kettle River District WI's Fall Day Retreat, Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at the Bridesville Hall.  Registration begins at 9 am with coffee and muffins.  Cost is $15 per person and this also includes lunch. Program: Seeds, the Untold Story Fostering Pat Henley's Trunk Show

What’s New: Encaustic Workshop on Wednesday, October 23rd in Rock Creek

2019-10-10T19:09:20+00:00 October 9th, 2019|Arts, Community, News, Workshop|

Sponsored by Riverside Artists.  Encaustic is painting with coloured wax and is very creative. Vivian Browne is our instructor.  There is a limit of 10 people. Location is at the Rock Creek Fairgrounds Meeting Room, Wednesday, October 23rd at 10 am. Cost is $10 per person. Please call Louise Fossen at 250-446-2210  to reserve your

Author Reading and Film – Diana Morita Cole at the Greenwood Public Library

2019-09-28T09:15:07+00:00 September 28th, 2019|Arts, Event, News|

Greenwood residents are very familiar with the story of the internment of Japanese Canadians and Japanese Americans during World War II.  But they may not be aware that other countries on the Pacific also interned their Japanese citizens. The Greenwood Public Library hosts the screening of a film clip of Hidden Internment, a documentary that