Dave Cursons

Keremeos Teen Drop In

New program for students starting at Lower Similkameen Community Services building

Cawston Players present this weekend

"A Christmas Chaos" set to perform a three day run at Cawston Hall this weekend

Fall events at the Grist Mill

Second Plein Air event
September 23 at the Grist Mill

Another successful reading and literacy program at the mill

Similkameen Family Literacy wrapped up its sixth annual Day Camp with three different renderings of the story of Little Red Riding Hood.

Young writers camp at the Grist Mill

Registrations are still being taken for nine to 15 year olds with an interest in story making for the stage.

Keremeos Grist Mill abuzz with activity

Steady line up of events at the Grist Mill after Penticton Chamber Theatre performance on the weekend

Young writers and players day camp at Keremeos Grist Mill

Similkameen Family Literacy Outreach is offering it’s Summer Day Camp August 20-24, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Open air artists celebrate history at the Keremeos Grist Mill July 15

On Sunday July 15 The Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens will become an open-air studio for painters, both beginners and advanced

Update on Cawston Hall improvements

Members attending the AGM of the Cawston Community Hall Society were delighted to learn that two grants had been received

29th annual international walk for peace takes place on Mothers Day

Peace walk was born during 1980’s cruise missile
testing

Similkameen Valley Tourism Strategy in The Works

Meeting in Hedley initiates movement towards Similkameen valley tourist policy

Parenting group starts Saturday in Keremeos

A Keremeos and area parent discussion group begins the first of a six session program, 10 a.m. to noon this Saturday, February 25

Friday, January 27 deadline to enter Haiku contest to celebrate Canada Literacy Day

All entrants of Haiku contest entered will belong to Similkameen Family Literacy and may be included in the 2012 Haiku Prize Digest