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Artists & Projects

The Arts Council supports artists in the Slocan Valley to encourage a vibrant arts community.

Music

  • Froggy Fest

    Sinixt Nation Society has received grants to purchase supplies for “Froggy Fest” children’s activities such as singing on stage and the children’s tepee.

  • Slocan Valley Community Band

    Since 1981, the Slocan Valley Community Band has welcomed people to our weekly rehearsals in Slocan. We perform four times a year. We play level 3 Concert Band music (Sr. High School level) and welcome folks with woodwind, brass or percussion background. Regular members car pool from Hills, New Denver, Slocan, Winlaw, Crescent Valley and Glade. We try to have fun while challenging ourselves musically. Contact Gail Elder with questions: brendagailelder@gmail,com 259-355-2459


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Snow Queen won First Prize and People's Choice at the Whitehorse Air Canada snow sculpture contest in February 2009. Carved by Peter Vogelaar, Delayne Corbett, and David Dureault.

Snow Queen won First Prize and People's Choice at the Whitehorse Air Canada snow sculpture contest in February 2009. Carved by Peter Vogelaar, Delayne Corbett, and David Dureault.

Our Lady of Winlaw carved by Peter Vogelaar at the occasion of the CKCA-sponsored sand carving workshop. A demo sand sculpture created from Valley sand on Aug 15, 2008. Quite amazing: no additives or armatures, just sand and water. Photo by Ricardo Hubbs.

Our Lady of Winlaw carved by Peter Vogelaar at the occasion of the CKCA-sponsored sand carving workshop. A demo sand sculpture created from Valley sand on Aug 15, 2008. Quite amazing: no additives or armatures, just sand and water. Photo by Ricardo Hubbs.

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