Kaslo’s Meg Valouche got an original painting on her back from another Shambhala party mate she met while hanging out at the Salmo River Ranch last Saturday. The registered nurse was among the volunteers that helped with the five-day electronic music festival that turns into a small “city” of 10

Kaslo’s Meg Valouche got an original painting on her back from another Shambhala party mate she met while hanging out at the Salmo River Ranch last Saturday. The registered nurse was among the volunteers that helped with the five-day electronic music festival that turns into a small “city” of 10

Shambhala art

Kaslo’s Meg Valouche got an original painting on her back from another Shambhala party mate she met while hanging out at the Salmo River Ranch last Saturday. The registered nurse was among the volunteers that helped with the five-day electronic music festival that turns into a small “city” of 10,000 each year.

  • Aug. 12, 2011 5:00 a.m.