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by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Apr 19 2017

Early in this play, several gripping questions arise:

·        will St. George defeat the dragon?

·        will the wicked stepmother succeed in her homicidal plans?

·        will the venal Assistant Mayor ever become the mayor?

·         will the dragon breathe flames?

·        should dragons be "extinctified"?

The...

by Rossland REAL Food on Thursday Apr 13 2017

Come celebrate Earth Day in Rossland! The public is invited to participate in free, family oriented activities organized by local community groups and co-ordinated by the Sustainability Commission. Earth Day Celebrations on Saturday, April 22nd will once again feature the annual Rossland Real Food Chicken and Compost Crawl, the first outdoor Rossland Mountain Market of the season, the SPCA...

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Apr 05 2017

Rossland City Council held a  Committee-of-the-Whole Meeting on April 4, 2017, to discuss the 35 applications for funding from the available "pot" of CBT's CIP dollars to be allocated by Rossland.  That pot of funding amounted to $56,008.  The amounts sought by the 35 applicants totaled $134,263 -- well over double the amount available for distribution. So not everyone could get what they...

by RCAC on Tuesday Apr 04 2017

We are calling for film submissions from youth!

The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) proudly presents the 10th annual West Kootenay U19 Youth Film Showcase on Thursday, May 4th, 2017, at the Rossland Summit School.

The showcase will be part of the Youth Week Gala, which is organized in partnership with the Rossland Youth Action...

by Rossland Telegraph on Saturday Apr 01 2017

Every summer, the Gold Fever Follies enliven Rossland with fun and frolic, entertaining locals and visitors.

The Follies are busy preparing for the coming season.  There are still  two out-of-town female cast members who each need a bedroom to call their home for the summer. (If you would prefer a male, we can do some shuffling to accommodate you. No surgery required. )

Cast...

by RCAC on Tuesday Mar 14 2017

The March 19 edition of Joe Hill Coffee House features talent from near and far:

·         Johnny P. Johnson, with Javan on fiddle – Prairie roots, rising stars in the Kootenays, songs of life and experience

·         The Reluctant Dragon – highlights from the upcoming show by the Rossland Light Opera Players

·         Anna Jauncey – talented singer/...

by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Mar 14 2017

 A recent documentary film, " A New Economy," explores what might happen if working together for the common good were to become the most common business model.

Can the world be saved?  Can co-operation save us? Or can global capitalism, with its dependence on the infinite exponential economic growth demanded by return on investment, continue unabated without exhausting the resources...

by Contributor on Wednesday Mar 08 2017

Kootenay elders celebrated in new book

When Nelson author Lee Reid set out to learn about elders and aging in the West Kootenay, she was unprepared for the richness and complexity of the stories she heard. Before long, interviews about gardening, cooking, and collective wisdom began to take root. The result is a fully illustrated book Growing Home: The Legacy of...

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Mar 05 2017

A well-known local artist is a contender for a Kootenay Music Award for Best Video, after releasing the video Faded Away – and your vote could be the one that helps her win!

Christina (Nina) Amelio said the Faded Away video was filmed in the Nelson Cemetery.

“I know it's weird to say, but (the cemetery) is so gorgeous,” Amelio said, explaining the song...

by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Feb 28 2017

Parents and prospective parents who are looking for ideas about how to raise a healthier (in every way) young person, here's a source:  show up at the Gold Rush Bookstore -- 2063 Washington Street in Rossland -- on March 9, at 7:00 pm and particpate in a discussion until 8:30 pm.

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