Ah, Monday morning, 358 time. I’d like to take the brains of computer programmers and scramble them. Or maybe it’s the opposite: unscramble them. Difficulties this morning I haven’t had before. But the sun is shining. Hopefully the rest of this document will be trouble free. wh
Reminder! Public Meeting about bears in the community – Tonight, June 20th, 7pm, at the Bosun Hall. Everyone is invited to this public meeting to discuss what we can do to keep bears wild and the community safe. There will be a panel including WildSafeBC Provincial Coordinator Frank Ritcey, Conservation Officer Ben Beetlestone, RCMP Corporal Jaime Moffat, and staff and Council representatives from the Villages of New Denver and Silverton. The goal of the meeting is to provide residents with information regarding the roles and responsibilities of each agency, with a question and answer period from the audience.
HELP! Looking for a student or ???? for $15 an hour to help with outside gardening chores and splitting wood with hydrolic splitter or stacking after I split, wheelbarrow transferring and sifting debris from dirt. Love to have some help. 358-2475
For Sale: ELEGANT, QUALITY WINE RACK – 35″ x 55″ – $40. 358-2475
The Great Canadian Dog Show. Yes, it is time for our annual dog show with many fun categories and prizes, including prizes for PALS and the Nakusp Veterinary Clinic. As always, we start with the fancy dress so find that comical outfit for your friend and get practising those tricks. See you at the Silverton Gallery, 2pm July 1st!
In memory of Penelope’s beloved dog Osa, we are setting up a Remembrance Bulletin Board at the Dog Show, and would like to include other pets that are missed but not forgotten. If anyone would like to have a photo and story of a beloved pet that has passed away added to the Remembrance Board, please contact Nonie. email@example.com
CHIAROSCURO PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY– Fine Art Photography by Patrizia Menton. Located at 123 Reiben Rd. Hills, 16 kl. north of New Denver (sign on highway) – 250 358 2569. Visitors welcome
Professional Landscape Maintenance. Do you need help with your garden? I specialize in garden maintenance spring open and fall close and managing through the summer. Call Isabell 778 533 4891
Hospice will be having their AGM on June the 29 at 7 pm in their office at the Health Care Center Annex.
Massage – Nancy Guise, Certified Massage Therapist registered with Natural Healthcare Practitioners of Canada. 15 + years of experience in New Denver. Full body relaxation massage (women only) Chair Massage (upper body, fully clothed) men and women. Great stress relief . Energy work also available. For an appointment, call 250-265-8530.
Violin and Guitar Recital – June 24 at 2 pm, Silverton Memorial Hall. Students of Martine denBok and Noel Fudge will share their recent musical accomplishments. All are welcome!
Musical duo Noel Fudge and Martine denBok, a.k.a. Freya, debut their CD in Silverton on Saturday, June 24, Silverton Memorial Hall 7 p.m. Admission by donation.
See http://fortheloveoffreya.ca/ and https://www.facebook.com/fortheloveoffreya/?pnref=story
About the Silverton show, they say “We are so thrilled to kick off the release of our debut album in our home town of New Denver! We’ll be playing a set off our all-original, hot-off-the-press CD, as well as some of our new vocal tunes already in the works for our next album. We’ll be joined by some special guests, including Jay Buttle, Dean Sargent, Kelly Coubrough, and more! Join us for what will be a fabulous evening featuring your local talent!”
Congratulations go to lucky prize winners! In order to guarantee rigorous integrity in the 2017 SLUGS Father’s Day Raffle, trusted Village employee, Amanda Murphy, was recruited to draw the three winners of the highly anticipated prizes. Much appreciation to Amanda. The three lucky raffle winners, from first to third, are: Renee Banner, Francie Oldham, Brian Magnuson. Thanks goes to the prize donors, Nakusp Hot Springs, Silverton Building Supplies and Dick Callison, for their generous contributions to maintenance and upkeep of the Kohan Reflection Garden. Thanks is also due to all the dedicated ticket sellers. Demand was high for a chance to win the valuable prizes and all the tickets were sold a week ahead of time. SLUGS vehemently denies accusations that a certain Board member took advantage of local citizens, at a vulnerable time, by cruising the May Days Beer Garden, ticket book and change purse in hand! On the other hand, the Society rewards all Board members who take initiative with creative fundraising strategies. Appreciations to everyone who helped!
The Lucerne Grade 2/3 class has been busy building bat houses (nursery chambers). We have 18 of these available for free at the school. Please read the criteria for the location to ensure success and, if you can meet this criteria and would like a house, please contact the school. Criteria: At least 3m (10ft)high but 12′ to 20′ is better. South, or southeast facing to ensure correct solar exposure. In an uncluttered location that does not have branches, buildings, or poles in front of it, and away from lights or high wind. If you have the space, please consider one of these houses. The White Nose disease is currently in Washington state and on its way here. Providing many different places for bats to roost can help to contain the disease.
At the Hidden Garden Gallery: “Catch the Spirit”, an exhibition of art by students at Lucerne School, will be the season opener from June 19-24. A gala reception will be held on National Aboriginal Day, June 21, at the gallery from 7-9 pm. The school choir will perform and students K-6 will welcome the visitors and count to 10 in the Colville-Okanagan Salish Language (nselxcin). Refreshments will be served.
New Denver’s encaustic artist, Louise Ducharme, is exhibiting her work June 26-July 1st. Louise’s opening reception will be Monday, June 26 from 7-9 pm and features Western Flyer, aka Donna Jean and Gary. The exhibition titled “–scapes” broadens the concept of landscape to include the variety of -scapes that can emerge within the creative process.
Kate O’Keefe’s show is July 3-8 with a reception on July 3, 7-9 pm featuring music by Pickled Thistle from Kaslo. The exhibit is titled “Watercolour Paintings: Traditional and Experimental” and includes work exemplifying the variety of Kate’s interests: from interpretive realism to emotive abstract, with touches of folk art and whimsy thrown in. Hidden Garden Gallery in New Denver, 803 Kildare St., is open 10 am to 3 pm Monday to Saturday.
FibreFeelia Fest (fibrefeeliafest.ca) – a Kootenay fibre arts event –New Denver & Silverton, June 24 & 25. The Fest will focus on a series of fibre related workshops over the two days, accompanied by a fibre/supplier oriented Marketplace. We are also planning public displays and demonstrations. For more information, or if you wish to take part, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction to Encaustics. Louise Ducharme, professional artist, educator and skilled encaustic user, is holding a one day workshop on the fascinating art form of Encaustics on Saturday, 8th July. Louise will talk and demonstrate this interesting technique and after lunch will open her studio where participants will have the opportunity to practice encaustics under Louise’s guidance. Each person will be able to create cards to take home, using this art form. To register please contact Penelope: email@example.com/250 358 7269. Registration cost is $20. Materials will be provided. Numbers are limited so register in good time. This workshop is sponsored by the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance and the Slocan Lake Gallery Society.
“We have vacationed for part of each year since 2001 to the New Denver area. We love the area and the locals! We are homeowners in BC, and want to rent in New denver for all or most of July/August 2017. We like to be near the lake and love quiet. We could provide some local references. Please email any property rental ideas. We need a kitchen and heat source. Vaotto@hotmail.com. Thanks! V&A Otto”
YARD SALE: July 1, 203 6th Avenue, New Denver – across from the Apple Tree, 9 am – 3 pm
YARD SALE: Friday, June 30, 9 am 3 pm rear of Josephine Street. (oops, forgot to type in the address – its in the block near the creek – there will be signs on the highway. wh) Books priced to go. Posters, prints and various miscallany. Come see.
Your fair offer takes it away.
SUMMER YOGA time change — Monday morning 9-10; Thursday morning 8-9. Upstairs at the Silverton Fire Hall. Open to all levels. 358-2475
DATES, TIMES & PHONE NUMBERS
AA: Annex of Health Care Centre (where the Red Cross is) Fridays, 7 – 8 pm Call 358-7158 for more info
NA: same place, Tuesdays 7 – 8. Info: 358-7265
AL-ANON same place, Thursdays, 7 pm, info: 358-7904; BOOKKEEPING SERVICE: Judy Flaherty, (780) 897-3663. Paul Merrifield 358-6806 wk / 250-505-9748 cel firstname.lastname@example.org
BUS: Nakusp Regional Transit System – Bookings: 1-877-843-2877
BUSINESS COUNSELLING/TRAINING/LOANS and the Self Employment Program – local Community Futures reps – leave message at 265-3674 ext. 201 or email Nakusp@futures.bc.ca
CARPENTER CREEK LAST WISHES –Gloria 358-2253 Carolyn 3587-760 Kay 358-7991
CHIAROSCURO PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY– Fine Art Photography by Patrizia Menton. 123 Reiben Rd Hills. 16 km north of New Denver. Sign on the highway
CHIROPRACTIC with Dr. Larry Zaleski, Mon & Fri 358-2177
COMMUNITY WEBSITE: www.community-connect.ca.
HOSPICE SOCIETY, 250 358 7828, PO Box 217, ND, email@example.com, www.newdenverhospice.ca
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY meet 2 pm 1st wed. of the month, Health Care Centre. for more info, 358-2653
LIBRARY/READING CENTRE: Wed. 7-9 pm. Tues.&Thurs1-4 pm. 358-2221 – firstname.lastname@example.org
MASSAGE – by appointment only – Nancy Guise – Certified Massage Therapist – phone 250-265-8530
PALS: Nakusp: 265- 3792
RIDESHARE: Give a ride, get a ride, move your stuff. kootenayrideshare.com
REFLEXOLOGY, ENERGY HEALING & SPIRIT GUIDING: 3 Forks. 778-206-4325 Aspenhousemountainretreat.com
ROOFING CONTRACTOR – Willy Molloy, (250) 358-7967
ROSEBERY TRANSFER Wed. & Sat., 9:00 am – 3:00 pm – gate shuts at 3:00 pm
SENIORS: Knox Hall, Fridays @ 1:00 pm
SILVER RIDGE EARTHWORKS AND SNOW REMOVAL, 250.777.3654
SLOCAN LAKE GALLERY SOCIETY: (the local arts council) www.silvertongallery.ca ANTHONY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH: Mass times: 12:30 every Sunday
SOULGARDEN COUNSELLING SERVICES: Individual & Online counselling sessions provided in Silverton and Winlaw. Sue Mistretta, M.A. (8-2177) www.handandsoul.ca
YOGA Silverton Fire Hall (upstairs) Monday 9 – 10 am & Thursday 8 – 9 am. Madeleine 8-2475
ZION UNITED CHURCH, Church meets in homes in Silverton and New Denver at 10 a.m. For information call 7973, or 2145. All are welcome