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The Kutne Reader – Adventures in Kootenaiana

If you haven’t seen this local blog and you are interested in Kootenay Boundary history, check out Greg Nesteroff’s Kutne Reader blog for many weird and wonderful tales (and some mysteries) from the area. Informative and entertaining! https://gregnesteroff.wixsite.com/kutnereader   Advertisements

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Why it matters that the US has withdrawn from UNESCO.

At Global Heritage Fund, I work every day to save historic places and special sites throughout the world. That’s why I was disappointed to learn that the government of the United States has withdrawn from the United Nations Educational, Scientific … Continue reading

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Mystery Author to Present at Oxygen Art Centre

Join mystery author Deryn Collier on Wednesday, November 21st at 7:00 PM at Oxygen Art Centre in Nelson for The Aunt June Files: Turning Family History into Fiction. In this multi-media presentation, Collier delves into family history in order to … Continue reading

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A Cathedral Whispers: Stained Glass of St. Saviour’s

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KOOTENAY PRIDE is seeking submissions to add to the PRIDE Archive POP UP (PAPU)

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GLOBAL HERITAGE FUND:Drought and Drone Reveal ‘Once-in-a-Lifetime’ Signs of Ancient Henge

UPDATES FROM GLOBAL HERITAGE FUND How Heritage Became Sexy (And What That Means for the Future of Conservation) The academic study of heritage is experiencing an unexpected renaissance. But what does that mean for the future of conservation? Using Today’s … Continue reading

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Heritage BC Update: Recognizing a dark period in BC’s history

Three interpretative signs, marking the original internment site clusters in the West Kootenays, were unveiled in New Denver, Kaslo, and the Slocan Extension on June 15. The Japanese Canadian Legacy committee has been working in partnership with Ministry of Transportation … Continue reading

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