Non Violent workshop: Aug 19

At the Argenta Hall on Saturday Aug 19th from
2-6pm. 

A Non-Violent Direct Action Workshop with Madelyn MacKay for
anyone in the community concerned about the logging of the Argenta-JL
Face.    Madelyn MacKay, a skilled facilitator and experienced local activist with
Quaker roots, will be working with us to develop peaceful direct actions
that are feasible and effective.

As we face threats to safety, water quality, wildlife habitat and more, we
are grateful to share this opportunity to coordinate strategies within our
diversely skilled community. This workshop will focus on building community capacity for peaceful on-the-ground actions such as road blockading.

Join us!

*What:* By-Donation Workshop

*When:* Sunday August 19th from 2-6pm

*Where:* The Argenta Hall, Argenta BC

Aug 19th, 2-6 at the Argenta Hall.

 

respiratory aids – workshop

Next Saturday from 3:30-5:30pm there is going to be a workshop at the Kaslo Integrative Health Clinic about Herbal Aids for the Respiratory System. $10 drop-in rate. All herbal skill levels are welcome for some interactive herbal fun and learning – with a focus on nourishing herbs and ways to promote the healing of damaged lungs. For those who can’t escape the smoke, we are able to turn to the herbs in our backyard for support.

This Thursday August 16…

Just a reminder that Holly and her friend, Sarah Grummet, will be performing their comedy “Pack Animals” at the Argenta hall.
This Thursday the 16th. Doors open at 7:00, show starts at 7:30. $15
They just finished their 10 day stint at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival, to rave reviews and sold out shows.
The show will also be presented at the Langham in Kaslo on Friday the 17th and at the Front Room in Nelson on August 18th. Dont miss it!
Don’t miss this!
P.S. This show is not intended for children. Age 16+ recommended.

Area restrictions…

Aug. 11, 2018

Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development BC Wildfire Service

INFORMATION BULLETIN

Area restrictions in effect in Southeast Fire Centre

CASTLEGAR – Area restriction orders are in effect for both the Goldstream River wildfire (N42293) and the Blacktail Mountain wildfire (N51329) in the Southeast Fire Centre.

The BC Wildfire Service has implemented these area restrictions to protect public safety and avoid any interference with fire control activities. These area restriction orders apply to all Crown land outlined on each of the detailed maps indicated below. They will remain in place until Sept. 15, 2018, or until they are rescinded.

* The Goldstream River wildfire is about 70 kilometres northwest of Revelstoke and about 5.5 kilometres east of Highway 23. This area restriction applies to the entire Groundhog Basin, immediately north of the French Forest Service Road and extending north to Old Camp Creek. A detailed map of this closure is available online at: http://ow.ly/TmF630lmTCJ

* The Blacktail Mountain wildfire is in Kokanee Glacier Park, about eight kilometres southeast of Silverton. This area restriction applies to the entire Silverton Creek drainage, including Idaho Peak. A detailed map of this closure is available online at: http://ow.ly/iljR30lmTCb

Under these orders and Section 11(2) of the Wildfire Act, a person must not remain in or enter these restricted areas, unless the person first receives written authorization of an official designated for the purposes of the Wildfire Act, or enters the area only in the course of:

* travelling to or from his or her residence, that is not under an evacuation order;

* using a highway as defined in the Transportation Act;

* travelling as a person acting in an official capacity as defined in Section 56 of the Wildfire Act; or

* travelling for the purpose of supporting wildfire suppression or enforcement patrol activities.

Report a wildfire or open burning violation by calling 1 800 663-5555 toll-free or *5555 on a cellphone. For the latest information on current wildfire activity, burning restrictions, road closures and air quality advisories, go to:http://www.bcwildfire.ca

Contact:

Ashley Davidoff

Fire Information Officer

BC Wildfire Service

Southeast Fire Centre

250 365-4014

 

 

Connect with the Province of B.C. at: http://news.gov.bc.ca/connect

No campfires…please!

Where ever you happen to be in BC…please read. We hope you have a fat wallet if you plan on having a (currently illegal) campfire. … and, by the way (as we recently learned happened nearby)……having a fire after dark because you think people won’t see it….uhhhhh that doesnt usually work. just sayin. Just don’t do it- it’s much easier on the wallet, and 1000 times safer for everyone and every “where”….THANKS !

*CREATIVE YARN DYEING FUN*

 with Susan Chamberlain at the Kaslo and District
Public Library August 17th at 10 am. Learn about hand painting yarn in this
colourful demonstration, you will also be able to hand paint a mini skein
and create your own one of-a-kind yarn. No experience is necessary. This is
a FREE event for all ages. Thank-you to Community Fund of North Kootenay
Lake for supporting our summer reading club guest speaker series.