United Way’s ‘Day in the Park’ set for Saturday

Events include Frances Welwood at Rossland Museum and Pasta Dinner and Dance at Warfield Community Hall on Saturday.

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• Thursday, Rossland Museum, 6 p.m. Frances Welwood speaks about Annie Garland Foster, the first women elected to Nelson City Council in 1920 and was connected to a West Kootenay murder case. Based on her book, “Passing Through Missing Pages.”

• Friday, West Kootenay Ostomy Education Seminar at the Royal Canadian Legion, Castlegar, BC, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Guest speakers and product reps will be on hand. Door prizes and free lunch. To register, call 1-800-663-5111. For further info, call 368-9827.

• Saturday, Warfield Community Hall 5 p.m. for Pasta Dinner & Dance. Tickets $8, seniors $5, kids under 5 free. Dance to the music of Renegade, 7-11 p.m.

• Saturday, Rossland Avenue, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for Colombo Piazza Day. Italian food, baking, kids crafts. live music and more.

• Saturday, Gyro Park, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for United Way Day in the Park. Games, Lego contest, face painting, entertainment, free birthday cake and more. Call 364-0999 for info.

• Wednesday, St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, 1347 Pine Ave. Trail  at 7:30 p.m. Saskia & Darrel: The Great Plains. Bluegrass Celtic, Gospel and Fold. Lead vocals and harmonies. Tickets $10. Info, call 368-6666.

.• Wednesday, Trail Alliance Church 7-9 p.m. until Dec. 4. The Alpha Course, join us for dessert, videos and great discussions. Free. RSVP kootenay.alpha@gmail.com.

• Beaver Valley Afternoon Ladies Curling Club looking for new and return curlers, Mon. & or Wed.  afternoon. Sign-up and start on Oct. 16 at 12:30 p.m. Any questions call Gail 367-6166 or Peggy 367-7056.

Gallery

VISAC fall classes register now. Introduction into digital photography, $30 per session Sept 27, 28. Adult Wheel Pottery Sept. 22,  and Clay with Kids starts Sept. 21. For info call  364-1181.

Film

• Sunday, Royal Theatre Sunday Cinema returns with Still Mine. Based on true events and wry humour of an 89-year old New Brunswicker. $9.00 per show/$40.00 for the series. All shows at 4:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Music

• Saturday, St. Andrew’s United Church Rossland, 7 p.m. Linnea Good in concert with David Jonsson. Contemporary Christian singer-songwriter and storyteller for the ages. Tickets $12 advance, children $8, families $34. For info call 368-3225.

Upcoming

• Sept 29, 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Monthly $5 Sunday breakfasts at Trail Legion are back. Pancakes, bacon and eggs.

•  Oct 2, Rossland Gallery, 7:30 pm for a performance by La Cafamore. Two piano trios, Hadyn’s Gypsy, lively Hungarian gypsy music; and Beethoven’s Archduke, expansive themes and orchestral-like music

• Oct. 6, Canadian Tire/Highway 3A from 2-3 p.m. Rossland-Trail Right to Life Society’s Life Chain. Call 364-2304. Note: Trail Life Chain cancelled due to downtown construction.

• Oct. 15, Charles Bailey Theatre, The Trail Society for the Performing Arts kicks off the season of eight performances with Axe Capoeira, featuring Brazilian music & dance. TIckets on sale now at the box office. Call 368-9669 or visit trail-arts.com.

• Oct. 26, St. Michael’s School 1-3 p.m. for the Holy Trinity Church fall tea and bake sale. Tickets $3. Raffles, sewing, plants and a mystery table.

• Nov. 16, Snowflake Gala, Cominco Gym at 6 p.m. Champagne reception, 7 p.m. 5-course dinner. Call 364-3424 for info. Tickets on sale Sept. 3- Nov 8.

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