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Events Calendar for 2011

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Nov 3
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Dec 8
Figure Drawing - First of six sessions
We supply the models and you supply the drawing materials. No instruction. Thursdays 7 to 9 PM at KSA. $60 plus HST for six sessions. Phone or drop in to KSA to register. Phone John or Margaret Stegman for more info. 352-7646. We're also always looking for new models.
Kootenay School of the Arts Drawing Studio , 19:00

Nov 5 DESIRE - the key to changing everything FOREVER - A Free Workshop with Bill Moore
Human behaviour. social change, perhaps even the Universe itself, are all driven by Desire. The common misconception is that it’s desire FOR something. Objects of Desire are just necessary markers on the trail. Explore the nature of Desire and unlocking power than can change you, change your life, change the world. Desire is a clean and renewable resource.
The Divine used DESIRE to create the Universe. What can you use it for?


Saturday November 5th 1-4 PM

preregistration required
contact bill moore: 352-2926
tarotinthedark@gmail.com
www.tarotinthedark.ca

Manistone Centre for well being #215-507 Baker st. ‘the gathering room’ , 01:00

Nov 6 Whitewater Ski Team Ski Swap
Whitewater Ski Team Ski & Snowboard Swap, Sunday, November 6, -3pm, Hume School Gymnasium, 310 Nelson Avenue, Nelson. Ski, snowboard, telemark & touring gear, and clothing available. Gear to sell? Drop-off: Sunday 9-11am; Fees: 20% on all sold items, $3 per unsold item (maximum $10); Pick-up and pay-out: 4:30-6pm. All proceeds to the Whitewater Ski Team.
Hme Elementary School Gym , 12:30

Nov 15 All Candidates Forum
The Chamber of Commerce is co-hosting an All Candidate forum with the Nelson Star and 103.5 The Bridge FM.

This forum will feature the 3 candidates running for Mayor of the City of Nelson, as well as the 2 candidates running in areas E and F.

We encourage you to take the time to join us and bring any questions you might have for the candidates.

An additional All Candidates forum will take place at Central School on Wednesday November 16th 7pm-9pm. Voting is on Saturday November 19th.
Prestige Lakeside Resort , 07:00

Nov 16 All Candidates Forum
The Canadian Federation of University Women is co-sponsoring an All Candidates forum to take place on November 16th from 7:00-9:00 PM Doors Open at 6:30 PM. There will be a presentation of Platforms by the Candidates followed by a Question and Answer pewriod.
The public is invited to attend. It is an opportunity to help you make an informed decision.
Central School 811Stanley St. , 19:00

Nov 17 Contra-Dancing at the Scout Hall
Nelson’s Old-Time Dance and Social Club presents Old-Time Contra Dancing at the Scout Hall (310 Cedar St.) at 7 PM on Thursday, November 17.
The evening features live, acoustic roots music by the local group The Bargain Basement Balladeers.
David Feldman will be teaching and calling the dances – contras, squares, and other traditional forms.
All ages are welcome. No experience is necessary. The cost is $8 for adults, $2 for children under 12.


Scout Hall, 310 Cedar St , 19:00

Nov 18 Nelson Refugee Committee Fundraiser
The Nelson Refugee Committee will have a burger, beer and entertainment event to raise money to bring two young Burmese Karen women to Nelson. The women, in their early twenties, know some English, have educated themselves, but are at risk without a family at a refugee camp on the Thai-Burmese border. This fun event will raise money to help Hsa and Htoo come to Nelson to start a new life.
Tickets at Otter Books and at the door. The fun starts at Finleys at 6 and goes to 9 pm.
Finley's Bar and Grill , 18:00

Nov 24 Free Massage Therapy Workshop
Free massage therapy workshop presented in French by Julie Pouliot, Registered Massage Therapist and owner of The Art of Touch Massage Therapy. All participants will be served a healthy snack and have a chance to win a $50 prize.
Please call (250) 352-3516 right away to reserve your place. Space is limited!
723 Ward Street, Nelson BC , 19:00

Nov 25 Gourmet Dinner & Wine Pairing
Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak in conjunction with Culinary and Hotel & Resort Management Students of Selkirk College present an elegant evening of a gourmet dinner and wine pairing. Only 60 tickets available at $60 per person. Contact Sheila at 250-825-9241
Mary Hall Selkirk College , 18:00

Nov 26
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Nov 27
Avalanche Skills Training
Get a head start on your avalanche skills training. Join an early season AST 1 course offered: Nov.26 & 27. Gift yourself or someone you love with this introductory program where you can learn basic travel and powder skiing safety in avalanche terrain

Ski with an experienced ski guide to learn how to recognize and manage avalanche terrain, read snow pack information and practice safety rescue skills. Learn how to reduce hazards in the back country so you can enjoy your touring experience.

Combine this course with the experiential three day field skills training, AST 2.Summit Mountain Guide instructors are full time professional ski or mountain guides with years of experience, industry training and a deep knowledge and love for safe back country travel. Contact David Lussier at info@summitmountainguides.com or 250-354-4884 for more information.

Nelson & Whitewater , 08:00

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