Events Calendar

Annual Events

New Denver May Days 

Winlaw Water Day Festival

Slocan Valley Art & Garden Tour 

Slocan Valley Annual Soccer Tournament

Canada Day Celebration in Silverton

Josh Evin Kootenay Skate Jam at Slocan Skate Park

Valley of the Ghosts Music Festival in Sandon

Christmas Craft Fair at the Slocan Legion Hall

Upcoming Local Events

CHRISTMAS IN THE VALLEY CRAFT FAIRE- Slocan 2017 @ Slocan Legion Hall
Nov 19 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

CHRISTMAS IN THE VALLEY CRAFT FAIRE: Sunday, Nov. 19, 10am-3pm at the Legion Hall, 502 Harold St, Slocan. Santa will visit between 11am & 12noon. We look forward to seeing you!

Silverton Christmas Market 2017 @ Silverton Memorial Hall
Dec 2 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Win a basket by admission
Exciting new Vendors
Elegant Amaryllis- portion of proceeds donated to hospice.
Atmospheric piano through out the day

Christmas Faire- Passmore Hall @ Passmore Hall
Dec 3 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

Tables Free for Non- Profit groups
Craft and Vendors tables, by donation
Food Booth- Smim lem, Sinixt

Sponsored by the Perry Ridge Water Users Association.
Thank you to CBT and RDCK Discretionary funds for support.

Merchants’ Night in New Denver
Dec 8 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Slocan and District Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Merchants Night, a wonderful way to support local businesses.

Plus lots of activities and fun for the whole family:

Cookie Decorating at the Outlet Youth Centre

Baked Goods by Robin McNabb, Hot Dogs and Hot Chocolate outside KSCU

Santa outside KSCU at 6:00 p.m.

Merchants’ Draw (tickets at the Valley Voice)

Fire Pit across from KSCU (Silver Ridge)

Meal Special available at Nuru

Various Specials and Activities hosted by Downtown Merchants

Hope you see you there !!

Locavores’ Feast at the Whole 2018 @ Vallican Whole Community Centre
Jan 27 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Come at 5:30 and settle in and dinner is at 6pm.   Admission is a generous potluck item, and a donation to keep your Whole running is always welcome. As many local ingredients as possible is the aim…but there is no need to be absolute purists about it…  chocolate has to be local somewhere :)

New this year, Silent Auction!

Be prepared with your cheque book and competitive edge, because there will be something there you won’t want to miss out on.

To pique your interest, here are some select auction items on the block:   

* A $350 gift certificate towards a group rental with Paradise Valley Lodge

* Artwork from some of your favourite local artists like;  Rab’ia Gonzalez , water-colourist Susan Harder, Naomi Lewis , Stillpoint Pottery, Buck Walker, Carl Schlichting and more!

* A gourmet meal for four

* A lovely ham roast from White Crow Farm and other locally grown offerings

If you have something you would like to offer at the silent auction (a service, gift certificate, art, a re-gift that you know others would snap up) … please drop us a line at  or call Gary at 250-226-6979. It also is a great way to advertise your new business!


Brought to you by the Vallican Whole Community Centre 
and The Rural Alternatives Research & Training Society (RARTS)


Community Investment Series- New Denver @ Knox Hall
Feb 8 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

Community Impact Investing is the process of connecting local investors to local investment opportunities. While the demand for investing locally is increasing, traditional options available to investors limit where they can invest. The result is that most local investment capital leaves our community and is invested into far off stock markets and corporations. An unintended consequence is that while our investments create significant jobs and wealth elsewhere, the places we live, work and play are overlooked.

Eden Yesh – Invermere Branch Manager for Kootenay Employment Services (KES), consultant to the Creston & District Community Investment Co-op and Chair of the BC Community Impact Investment Coalition – will host Community Investment sessions in most communities throughout the Kootenays. These sessions will highlight examples of how local investment vehicles have successfully met community needs across Canada, such as; affordable housing, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture and food production, locally-owned small business, technology, and community economic development projects.

The purpose of these sessions are to discuss the local investment movement in BC and the opportunity to establish two new Community Investment Co-ops in Southeastern BC in 2018. The year-long initiative will be facilitated by Eden and funded in part by the Province, Kootenay Employment Services and the BC Rural Centre.

Please RSVP to this free Information Session