The Kaslo Chamber hosts the following annual events and festivals:
HIKE FOR HOSPICE - HIKE FOR LIFE Sun. May 7th
A fundraiser for the Hospice Society of North Kootenay Lake.
Registration at 1pm at the Kemball Building (312 Fourth St. Kaslo)
Hike starts at 1:30 pm.
Walk, run or hie the beautiful River Trail. the first 1.5 km is wheelchair and scooter accessible. Dogs are welcome.
For more info: 50-353-2299 Pledge envelopes are at various businesses around Kaslo including:
The Adventure Centre, Sunnyside, The Clothes Hanger, Kaslo Hotel and more...
Kaslo May Days Celebration May 20 -22
For over 120 continuous years, the Victoria Day weekend has been celebrated in Kaslo with a three day festival. Hosted by the Kaslo and Area Chamber of Commerce, the many highlights of this celebration incluide the annual May Pole Dance performed by the 1st graders of Kaslo, the Show & Shine on the Sunday now in its 20th Anniversary and the World Class Logger Sports. Kaslo is home to the longest consecutive annual Maypole Dance in North America.
Artists, craftsmen, musicians and performers are featured in Vimy Park throughout the weekend. The annual May Days Parade on Monday tops off the celebration.
Sunday May 21st @ 7 pm at The Langham
As part of the May Days Events
written & performed by Holly Brinkman
Tickets $10 at the door
This show is headed to the Montreal FRINGE FESTIVAL, don't miss your chance to see it here.
"Funny, insightful and full of good information!"
The Victorian Hospital Kaslo Auxiliary Society hosts it's annual Victorian Tea on Victoria Day. Monday May 22nd .
Come help support this amazing organization that helps our community in so many diverse ways, and enjoy some very mouthwatering homemade treats and goodies.
Canadian Peony Society BC Yukon Region
2017 Peony Show - June 9th - 11th
For more info:
contact Holly Pender-Love 250-368-6228
August 12th, 2017 Kaslo BC
The signature race of the iDIDaRide Kaslo, though no longer the unforgettable 100 km challenge that Kaslo has become famous for, will be 41 km in length. Guaranteed to challenge all your riding skills. The course will increase in length each year as new trail is prepared and tied into our ever expanding network. This year the 41 km event is bike only.
The 20 km Ride is perfect for those looking for a great riding adventure, but not quite ready for an endurance challenge.
The 20 km Run follows the exact same trail and will be a rewarding challenge for the trail runner.
Glen McRae – Race Director, Course Design, Aid Stations info@iDIDaRide.ca
Karma Halleran – Marketing, Website, Marshalls info@iDIDaRide.ca
Doug Roberts – 8.5 Course Director
Heather Hewat – Sponsorship sponsor@iDIDaRide.ca
Fiona Anderson – Accounting & Registration firstname.lastname@example.org
Larry Badry – Emergency Team
and consultants Steve Anderson, Marie Fornier-Beck
Kaslo and Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 329 | Kaslo, B.C. | V0G 1M0Phone: 250-353-3464 | Email: email@example.com