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by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 28 2016

Seven years ago, the board of the Rossland Public Library started what has come to be a well-loved annual event: Rossland Reads.

Taking its cue from CBC’s popular Canada Reads, Rossland Reads starts with four books defended by four passionate debaters but only one can be the final "Rossland Read", the book all Rosslanders should read.

Rossland is a town of...

by City of Trail on Wednesday Sep 21 2016

The City of Trail’s Recreation Negotiating Committee and the Beaver Valley Parks and Recreation Committee (BV Rec) have reached a five-year recreation agreement, effective Nov. 1, 2016. BV Rec will contribute $125,000 annually to allow Beaver Valley (BV) residents to utilize Trail Parks and Recreation facilities, programs and services for the lower-tiered fees outlined in the City’s Trail...

by Charles Jeanes on Wednesday Sep 21 2016

A meditation on pasts, personal and historical:  Part I

By Charles Jeanes

This is the longest column (8,500 words!) I have ever offered. The topic warrants it, I believe. I like to think my preoccupations are not peculiar to me and there is something in this piece that provokes their own reflections in my readers.


by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Sep 19 2016

Hikers, snowshoers, back-country skiers and other users of the northern-most section of the Seven Summits Trail -- take  note:  the old "Sunspot" cabin is no  more.  But rejoice -- a new one is being built.

Construction has begun on the new "Sunspot" day-use shelter, replacing the dusty and packrat-infested old "Sunspot".  The new site  has an expansive view and more sunshine than the...

by RCAC on Thursday Sep 15 2016

You've read all about this highly succesful comedy show and want to see it in Rossland instead of driving down the hill?  Go to RSS on September 30.  Doors open at 7:00.  Tickets are $20 each.  For a little extra fun, dress in drag! 

You haven't read all about it yet?  Then read on: 

Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) welcomes critically acclaimed and award winning...

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Sep 15 2016

Take a stroll along the Centennial Trail and Moe's Loop, and watch for new plaques posted along the way -- there are 16 altogether, with interesting nuggets of information (and the odd bit of entertaining misinformation, but you'll be able to tell the differece)  about Rossland's history.   One  favorite refers to the Rossland Miners Union being responsible for limiting the workday to eight...

by Les Carter on Thursday Sep 15 2016


 SHOW AT 7:00 PM (DOORS AT 6:00)



Joe Hill Coffee House, Rossland’s community venue for performers from near and far, presents our first show of the ninth season on September 18, starting at 7:00 PM in the Rossland Legion Hall.


by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 14 2016

Pastor Dr George Takashima from Lethbridge, Alberta, has been bringing tour groups to Castlegar to take in the history of the Doukhobors at the Doukhobor Discovery Centre for a number of years now. This year he came with a request to make a presentation to the Doukhobor people so a somewhat impromptu event was pulled together.

In 1942, when the...

by Nadine Tremblay on Wednesday Sep 07 2016

What do drag queens, puppets, film noir, comedy and ukuleles have in common?  They are all a part of the upcoming E2 Series at The Bailey Theatre!

If you fancy a night out at The Edmonton Fringe Festival, then consider a series pass right here in your own neighbourhood. E2, which stands for Experiments in Entertainment could be called “The best of the Fringe” this year as the 4 shows...

by Castlegar Source on Wednesday Sep 07 2016

Tonight’s a big night for anyone looking to see what Castlegar has to offer for community services, kids sports, recreation, learning opportunities and activities, not to mention adult volunteer and recreation opportunities, as dozens of local clubs, organizations, sports teams and more converge on the Castlegar Complex for the Eighth Annual Parade of Programs between 5 and 7:30 p.m.



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