Read the {VURB} and enter for a chance to win an iPad

Read new monthly entertainment guide for a chance to win an iPad

{vurb} magazine is distributed at West Kootenay businesses

The West Kootenay’s new monthly entertainment guide, {vurb}, hit newsstands this month and we here at the Trail Times want to see people reading it.

Until the end of June, the four Black Press papers in the West Kootenay are holding a contest asking readers to submit a photo of themselves with their nose in a copy of the new regional {vurb}.

The enter the contest, upload your photo at the Trail Times contest page found at www.traildailytimes.ca/contests/. On June 30 we’ll randomly select one of the entrants to win an iPad Mini.

{vurb} is printed monthly and distributed at businesses throughout the West Kootenay.

In Trail, you can find copies in hotel lobbies, coffee shops, and grocery and corner stores.

This month’s issue is the festival edition, featuring a two-page spread on the upcoming festival season. There’s also coverage of local concerts, theatre performances and art gallery exhibits, as well as book and movie reviews, reports on new technology, food and drink columns, and an extensive monthly event calendar.

To keep in touch with {vurb} between issues, follow the newspaper on Twitter, @KootenayVurb, or go to facebook.com/kootenayvurb.

 

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