The Kaslo Chamber hosts the following annual events and festivals:

Upcoming events

    • 26 Feb 2018
    • 2:00 PM

    North Kootenay Lake residents Lardeau and North:

    The RDCK does an annual budget roadshow to present the proposed budget for the upcoming year and ask the residents for their input. This budget is where we determine taxation rate based on service demands. Historically the meeting for Kaslo and Area D has been held in Kaslo. 

    This year, there will be a meeting at the Lardeau Valley hall on February 26th at 2pm to be more accessible to our remote residents.


    • 26 Feb 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Kaslo Village Chambers (2nd floor Kemball bldg.)
    • 03 Mar 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Kaslo Public Library

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    • 03 Mar 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Langham Cultural Centre

    • 09 Mar 2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Kaslo Public Library

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    • 10 Mar 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Kaslo Seniors Hall on 4th Street

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    Celebrating our 5th anniversary since beginning to offer hospice services to our community as the new Hospice Society of North Kootenay Lake.  The support from our community has continued to grow and we are grateful for what this has enabled us to offer.

    We would like to share with you about our accomplishments in 2017 and our plans for 2018.  Many grant applications require us to state how many members the society has, as well as the attendance at our AGM.

    You can demonstrate your support for our society by attending and by purchasing your 2018 membership for $10.00.

    (Please see the statement below that clarifies membership in our society.)

    We’ll appreciate the show of your support at our AGM.

    HSNKL Board of Directors:

    Jane Ballantyne, Mandy Bath, Jeannie Brown, David Cheatley, Julie Kucera, Emily Mattes, Karen Pidcock, Phyllis White and Margaret-Ann Winn, and  Executive Director: Chelsea Van Koughnett 

    Statement Regarding Membership in The Hospice Society Of North Kootenay Lake

    • Membership in the Society is a means by which individuals demonstrate their support for the activities of HSNKL.
    • Membership numbers are a measurable expression of community commitment to HSNKL and are often requested by potential grant-giving bodies to whom the society may apply for funding.
    • Membership carries no obligations or responsibilities.  We do encourage members to attend the AGM to hear about the past year’s activities, vote on adoption of the annual reports and to elect the Board of Directors.
    • There is no expectation that members engage in hospice-related activities.
    • HSNKL is grateful for those who do choose to volunteer their time, in addition to being members of the society. Information on volunteer opportunities is available from Chelsea Van Koughnett, Executive Director: 250-353-2299,

    • 15 Mar 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Kaslo Curling Club

    A Double Bill of AGMs

    KLHS  and  the Kaslo & Area Chamber of Commerce  AGM (s)

    Date:  Thursday March 15th

    Time:  KLHS starts at TBA

                    the Kaslo & Area Chamber starts at aprox. 7:15.  We encourage you to attend                    both and support them both.

    There will be a cash bar courtesy of the Kaslo Curling Club  and delicious treats by Tequiera El Corazon.   

    More details coming soon.  

    For further information please email 

    • 02 Apr 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • Vimey Park, Ball Field, Periwinkle

    Pennywise and Kaslo Early Childhood Coalition (KECC) would like to Announce the

     1st Annual Giant Easter Egg Hunt,  Monday April 2 

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    Our Purpose:

    To create a Fun-Raiser and Community Event that celebrates children and raises funds for Trust For Kids and the Ronald McDonald house at Vancouver’s Children’s Hospital… in memory of those children we have lost from Kaslo and our greater area. Specifically we at Pennywise are remembering Rowan Wiltse who passed a year ago this February. Easter is the 1 year anniversary of her Memorial service.

    We are inviting all children to take part from Meadow Creek to Ainsworth

    Families will be asked to make a donation per child but only if they are able. There is no minimum, we want everyone to be included. 

    We are inviting all businesses to take part,  from Meadow Creek to Ainsworth

    If you can contribute a cash donation, of any amount, would be great. What ever you can contribute will be appreciated and we will run your name as a sponsor on the Advertising. Advertising will run through March, so to have your businesses name included please donate by Monday, February 26.

    Monday April 2nd Events include: (RAIN or SHINE)

    At Vimy Park, 

    - youngest group will hunt on the Ball Field, 

    - middle group will hunt from Periwinkle through the play ground and along the treed boulevard, and the 

    - older kids hunt from the skate park down to Periwinkle on the lake side of the ring road.

    Crafting from 9:30 - 10:15 in the Park Shelter - or the Gazebo (Rabbit ears/bonnets etc)

    Egg Hunt from 10:30 with everyone taking some chocolate home and some winning special prizes for finding special eggs.

    Games about 11:30 - egg toss, spoon race, others to be announced and prizes

    Noon: Hot dogs and Hot chocolate

    The children will turn in the eggs they found for a prize for the younger ones, Chocolate or jelly candies for thee older...

    After expenses, everything goes to Trust for Kids and Ronald McDonald House

    Our goal this year is 5000 eggs - some are coming in by donation and the rest we will purchase.

    We will also have Need for volunteers on the day of if you are interested…. like Hiders, and Hot Dog and Hot Chocolate Makers and servers, counters and Search Helpers  :)

    Larissa Scott, our Advertising Strategist and part of our Easter Hunt Committee, will collect donations as she makes her weekly rounds.  Or take note of who would like to volunteer.

    Thank you

    Easter Hunt Committee:     Kathy Allaire, Karma Halleran,  Julie Wilson,  Larissa Scott,  Gary Schneider,  Rita Rasmussen

    Please call 250-353-2602 or email Karma at for general questions or email Kathy at for questions. 

    • 18 Apr 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    • 04 Jun 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

    Community fund of North Kootenay Lake  - AGM  June 4th

Past events

24 Feb 2018 Guided Tour of Kaslo's Historic Buildings
23 Feb 2018 Youth Shinny & Pizza at the Kaslo Arena
20 Feb 2018 Kaslo Riding Club AGM
18 Feb 2018 Seedy Sunday Feb 18
17 Feb 2018 Child Care Emergency First Aid
17 Feb 2018 FUNSPEIL - Kaslo Curling club
16 Feb 2018 Backyard Bird Count
12 Feb 2018 Winter in the Forest 2018 -
10 Feb 2018 Kaslo Legion Ladies Auiliary's Chinese Dinner
10 Feb 2018 Grant Writing Workshops
08 Feb 2018 Community Investment Session
03 Feb 2018 Create your own natural Skin Care
30 Jan 2018 Create your own Natural Skin Products Age 12-18
27 Jan 2018 ALLENSONG -Live at the Langham
26 Jan 2018 The North Kootenay Lake Arts and Heritage Council- PERFORMANCE AND FUNDRAISER
26 Jan 2018 Salon of the Arts 2018
26 Jan 2018 Winter Preschool Storytime
23 Jan 2018 Create your own Natural Skin Care Products Age 12-18
20 Jan 2018 Snow Ball Dance 14+
19 Jan 2018 MOUNTAIN SOUND: with Leila Neverland live
12 Jan 2018 FLIKS present: The Divine Order
05 Jan 2018 Visual Arts Opening 2018
22 Dec 2017 Langham Guest Artist Series - The Eisenhauers
16 Dec 2017 Langham - Adventure Travel Series
02 Dec 2017 2017 Christmas Light Up Celebration
02 Dec 2017 Kaslo Legion Craft Faire
01 Dec 2017 Wilderness first Aid Course
25 Nov 2017 Cam Penner & John Wood in Concert Nov. 25th
23 Nov 2017 Kaslo & Area Chamber - Holiday Mixer
18 Nov 2017 Free Public Presentation of Legal Information w Rhonda Ruston QC
12 Nov 2017 Deconstructing Dinner Film Fest at the Langham
04 Nov 2017 Kootenay Lake Summit
31 Oct 2017 Langham Haunted House Halloween
28 Oct 2017 Langham Adventure Travel Series
21 Oct 2017 The Langham presents Freya
18 Oct 2017 Gift of Grace a Hospice Presentation
11 Oct 2017 Geological History of Kootenay Lake and Lardeau Valley
14 Sep 2017 PUBLIC INPUT OPPORTUNITY - Waterfront and Parks Strategy Project
13 Aug 2017 Pirate Day!!!!!
12 Aug 2017 iDIDaRide XC Mountain Bike & Trail Running Races Aug. 12th
04 Aug 2017 Kaslo Jazz Fest
27 Jun 2017 NKL Farmers Innovation Project: 5 Infrastructure Support
15 Jun 2017 Kaslo Social @ the Langham Cultural Centre
09 Jun 2017 Peony Show
06 Jun 2017 NKL Farmer Innovation Project Advisory Committee Enrolment
28 May 2017 Kaslo RCMP Job Opportunity
22 May 2017 Victorian May Days Tea by VHKAS
22 May 2017 Kaslo May Days Parade
22 May 2017 Kaslo May Days at Vimy Park on Monday!
21 May 2017 May Days Event - A Womans Guide to Peeing Outside & Other Adventures
21 May 2017 Kaslo Logger Sports Day 2 inc. Beer Gardens!
21 May 2017 (copy) Treasure Hut & Rise Again Boutique Extravaganza!!
21 May 2017 Kaslo Show 'n' Shine 20th Anniversary
21 May 2017 Kaslo May Days at Vimy Park on Sunday!
20 May 2017 Helicopter Rides!
20 May 2017 Kaslo Logger Sports ft Chainsaw Carver Ryan Cook!
20 May 2017 Treasure Hut & Rise Again Boutique Extravaganza!!
20 May 2017 May Days Fun Run & Walk
20 May 2017 Kaslo May Days at Vimy Park on Saturday!
07 May 2017 Hike for Hospice - Hike for Life Sunday May 7th
16 Mar 2017 Kaslo & Area Chmber of Commerce AGM
15 Mar 2017 JVH Comedy Review Dinner Theatre
03 Mar 2017 Fliks at the Langham

Kaslo and Area Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 329 | Kaslo, B.C. | V0G 1M0
Phone: 250-353-3464 | Email:

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