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Harvest Rescue program gets ready for picking season

Harvest Rescue program gets ready for picking season

Now that summer is well underway and the gardens are planted, you may be looking at your yard wondering how you will deal with it all.
Finding friends everywhere

Finding friends everywhere

St Joseph’s Elementary School recently held its first annual walkathon at Lakeside Park.
Perogies and Borsch Add Flavour to Friends

Perogies and Borsch Add Flavour to Friends

A huge thank you from Nelson’s Friends of the Family goes out to Ruby Verigin (right), owner of Verna’s Country Kitchen, sister Zoyia Burgoyne (left), and Cottonwood Market manager Paul Hinrichs who donated space and homemade borsch and perogies which were sold at the market late last month.
Kootenay kids asked to take over their local airwaves

Kootenay kids asked to take over their local airwaves

Kootenay Co-operative Radio is excited to offer the fourth annual Summer Youth Radio Camp!
St. Saviour’s welcomes back its summer tours

St. Saviour’s welcomes back its summer tours

St. Saviour’s Anglican Church is building on the success of its inaugural summer public tours launched last year by again throwing open its doors.
New funding expands programs

New funding expands programs

A burst of new funding will help the Kokanee Creek Visitor’s Centre expand its programs and improve its displays.
Do you have a creative nature too?

Do you have a creative nature too?

There are artists lurking (happily) at Davis Creek campsite this summer.
Bridge to Summer

Bridge to Summer

Nelson’s French school, École des Sentiers Alpins, wrapped up its year with a sports day on the North Shore. Here, Abbey Shea runs through the arms of classmates.

How I spent my summer holidays, Library-style

The sky’s so blue it could make you cry; the temperature is in the triple digits; months of rain have left foliage lush.
Creating a Safe Haven

Creating a Safe Haven

Anyone feeling threatened or unsafe in Nelson won’t have to look far for a safe place to go. Businesses all around Nelson are making the area a safer place with the Safe Haven program.