Grade 4 and 5 students can get a Snowpass — this pass provides 3 days of lift tickets at each participating ski hill across Canada (locally, Whitewater, Red Mountain, and Salmo). That’s a lot of skiing for $29.99!!
Go to www.snowpass.ca to apply
Teen Time at the Nelson Library: Make a Sculpey Dragon! Teens teaching Teens – taught by teen Sage! 3:30-4:30pm, Thursday, November 3rd , Drop-in!
Creative Writing Group is this Thursday, October 27th at the Nelson Library! Taught by writer Rayya Liebich. All teens and all levels welcome. Since it is Halloween week, we are going to do Blackout Poetry! It involves taking a page of written word and blacking out most of it except a few select works to create a poem – many turn them into works of art too. We also have a spooky/yummy Halloween snacks!
One of our students, has been diagnosed with Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. She and her family are in Vancouver while she goes through treatment at Children’s Hospital for a yet undetermined length of time. As I am sure you can appreciate, this can also put a financial strain on a family as they will be away from home and their jobs in order to support and care for their daughter. Continue reading “Silent Auction to Help a Wildflower Family”
Come find out what is new with Aboriginal Education! There is an Aboriginal Education open house coming up on November 1st from 5:00 -8:00 pm at Trafalgar. We really hope to see you there and please spread the word to as many of your families as possible.
We’ve received some beautiful artwork so far from Toni and Sherry-Lynn’s students up at LVR to display at the art work showcase, and anticipate more! Please click the aboriginal-education-open-house-nelson-2016 poster for more details.
Did you know the Nelson Library has a Reading Buddies program? They have an enthusiastic group of trained teens who are just waiting for a little buddy to read with! It is a great way to inspire a love of reading for kids and get some extra practice. Click Reading Buddies for more information.
This week at the Nelson Library we have our first Fibre Arts Club! Thursday, October 13th, 3:30-4:30. This gathering is for knitters or stitch-ers or for those who want to be! If you have a project you are working on, please bring it along! This will be an informal gathering time to work on our own projects. If you have ever wanted to learn how to knit or stitch, we will have supplies and experts on hand to teach you how! And hot chocolate and cookies of course 🙂 Contact Melodie Rae at email@example.com if you have questions.
Did you know you can get a library card from the Nelson Library for your child? Just fill out the Library Card Form and return it to the school – they will look after the rest!
Thursday, October 13th, 2016 at 7:00PM
Tickets: Adult: $15.00, Student/Senior: $10.00
Are you watching kids scroll through life, with their rapid-fire thumbs and a six-second attention span? Continue reading “Screenagers at the Capitol Theatre”
The curling club is starting up their youth leagues soon! Curling is a great sport that can be enjoyed by all ages.
The Little Rockers league is a fun, safety-first introduction to curling for kids age 5 – 10. It will run on Thursdays from October 20 – December 8 (except November 3), from 3:30 to 4:30. The cost is $30 per person. No special equipment is required, just warm layered clothes, a helmet, and clean indoor running shoes. Check out the Little_Rockers_2016 poster for more information.
For families with older kids, we also have a Junior league for kids 10 and up, plus youth and family drop-in curling on Mondays. No experience required—we’re happy to teach new people! Our website (www.nelsoncurling.ca) has information on all our leagues and programs.
Indoor Radio Control Flying is coming on Tuesdays starting on October 4 from 4:00 pm to 5.30 pm in the Wildflower School a Gym. All manner of planes, drones, helicopters may be brought and flown. No cars please. They do have some mini planes available for kids to fly too. There is a 3$ fee for pilots. All ages are welcome (parents need to accompany younger pilots).
Join the Global Perspective group at Mount Sentinel for a Bee Fundraiser on Wednesday, October 12! The money goes to the ‘Green Team’ for the work they are doing, including the bees, courtyard revitalization, a composting program. Continue reading “Bee Fundraiser at Mount Sentinel”
October 8 at Selkirk College’s 10th Street campus
“Poverty and hunger are issues that affect every community and it is in our collective best interests to work towards its eradication,” said Debbie Bird, President of the West Kootenay Labour Council.
“The Labour Council reached out to Selkirk College with a plan to support food banks and provide a free salmon dinner in recognition of the International Day to Eradicate Poverty. We have been delighted with the enthusiastic response we received,” Ms. Bird stated. Continue reading “Protein 4 People”
Kathi Hoffman is offering clay classes in her uphill Nelson studio for kids, adults, and parent/child combinations. The classes are Friday afternoons, Wednesday after school, Sunday mornings, and Monday evenings. Continue reading “Clay Classes”
As part of Culture Days, the Nelson Library is putting on a creative writing session for teens. Come learn from writer Rayya Liebich how to write nature poetry! This will be the first session of the newly formed Creative Writing Group. All teens, all writing levels welcome! Snacks provided! Friday, September 30th, 3:30-5 pm. Contact Teen Librarian Melodie Rae firstname.lastname@example.org.