These numbers might illustrate many things but one is surely, what many young adults really care about. Let's hope they also care enough to vote and make the changes they wish to see happen.
|Jumbo, the movie|
|Jumbo, the movie|
Four Ways To Put Wildsight In Your October
#1 Come out for the Annual Harvest Party and Apple EventThis Sunday October 4th, the Cranbrook Public Produce Garden will be abuzz with activity as the Cranbrook Food Action Committee hosts their Annual Harvest Party, along with some help from Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook. Everyone is invited to come out and take part in the apple harvesting, juicing, and party.
The schedule for the day is as follows:
10am and 11:30am: Apple picking crews will muster at the garden and carpool to various apple trees in town.
12pm - 1pm: Break time.
1pm: Apple pressing activities begin at the garden. Please bring apples you would like pressed and containers to take the juice home.
2pm: Party Time! The Cranbrook Food Action Committee will lead a celebration with local BBQ and garden delights, planting garlic, fun, games, and merriment!
#2 Register for the Say Cheese! Kitchen WorkshopThe anticipation is building for the second session of our Fall Kitchen Workshop series. Chelsea Boyd Gibson of Meadowsweet Wellness will be leading this workshop and delving into the world of soft curd cheeses, such as mozzarella and paneer.
We have reached capacity in Cranbrook, so sign up now to take advantage of this unique opportunity in KIMBERLEY on Tuesday, October 6th from 7-9pm.
#3 Participate in the Water Harvesting WorkshopWater conservation is an important issue facing our society, and Rob Avis of Verge Permiculture has answers. In this workshop, Rob will guide you through systems that can reduce water consumption, shrink your environmental footprint and help you save money.
The Water Harvesting Workshop will take place at the Cranbrook Manual Training School on Tuesday, October 13th from 6-9pm. Register now or find out more by CLICKING HERE.
#4 Go To Jumbo WildThe Jumbo Valley has long been a sacred place. But, for nearly 25 years, local people—First Nations, conservationists, backcountry skiers and snowboarders—have fought a large-scale ski resort. As developers face environmental assessments, political roadblocks, and local outcry, many are asking: What more will it take to keep Jumbo wild for good?
Join us at Key City Theatre in Cranbrook on Wednesday, October 7th at 7:30 pm to watch the documentary, “Jumbo Wild,” by Sweetgrass Productions and Patagonia.
Tickets can be purchased on the Key City Theatre website and at the door. We look forward to seeing you there!
CLICK HERE for more information.
Wildsight - Kimberley / Cranbrook Branch
2 - 495 Wallinger Avenue, Kimberley, BC V1A 1Z6
Phone: (250) 427-2535 | firstname.lastname@example.org