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Wide Spot

May 4, 2017  |  Coming Events, Community Events, News  |  Comments Off on Wide Spot

WS 14May2017 OnlinePosterWIDE SPOT – May 14th, 2017

6:00 pm at the Knox Hall

Topic: Medically Assisted Dying

MyHealthPortal is coming to New Denver

May 1, 2017  |  Coming Events, Community Events, News, Public Notices  |  Comments Off on MyHealthPortal is coming to New Denver

PSA_KB myhealthportal_Page_1MyHealthPortal provides patients 24-hour access to their health information via their smart phone, tablet or computer through a secure  portal from the Interior Health website. Features include the ability to view their Interior Health lab results, diagnostic imaging reports (such as X-rays, scans and ultrasound), certain upcoming appointments, recent hospital visit history, and the opportunity to update address and phone number information.

To sign up, patients must present to the project team in person with legal photo identification and their Care Card or B.C. Services Card in order to verify their identity. They will be given a login username and password that they will be able to use on their own device—home computer, tablet or smart phone. Then they simply go to the MyHealthPortal page on Interior Health’s web site at to login.

The project team will be in the Slocan Community Health Centre in New Denver from May 2 to May 4 to enrol interested patients and visitors. Please see media release for more information.

Community Clean Up

May 1, 2017  |  Coming Events, Community Events, News, Public Notices  |  Comments Off on Community Clean Up

Community Clean-Up Ad 2017Join Lucerne School students on May 8 from 12:30-3:00 pm  to help keep New Denver clean and green, as part of Pitch-In Canada. Refreshments and cake provided. Please contact our office for more information.


Rosebery Parklands and Trails Commission Meetings

April 28, 2017  |  Coming Events, Community Events  |  Comments Off on Rosebery Parklands and Trails Commission Meetings

2017 meeting dates are scheduled for  June 15, August 31 and October 19 at Knox Hall in New Denver at 6 pm. Dates will be advertised in the Valley Voice.

Call for Public Input

January 24, 2017  |  Community Events, Council Business, News, Public Notices  |  Comments Off on Call for Public Input

Community Spaces for Future Generations

The Village of New Denver hosted an information session to present the results of the structural assessments on the Knox Hall and the Bosun Hall on Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7:00 pm.

If you were unable to attend the meeting, PDF copies of both structural assessment reports are available here:

Bosun Hall Building Assessment 2016

Knox Hall Building Assessment 2015

Printed copies can also be viewed at the Village Office between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., weekdays except statutory holidays.


The Village of New Denver’s Council seeks your views on the potential use and development of the halls so that future generations can have the continued benefit of facilities that serve our community’s needs.

A feedback form has been created to gather input on how our halls are meeting local needs and what could be added or improved to better serve the community.

Please download the feedback form and return it to the Village office.

Community Halls Feedback Form

Deadline for Feedback – February 28th, 2017

Wide Spot Event – January 29

January 19, 2017  |  Coming Events, Community Events  |  Comments Off on Wide Spot Event – January 29


Wide Spot Event  – January 29

What do our kids need – and can this community offer it? Join the Wide Spot discussion at the Village Hearth.

Childcare available.

Date & Time: January 29, 2017 4 pm (discussion)  and 5:15 pm (dinner). Click on the poster for more information.

Merchants’ Night

November 24, 2016  |  Coming Events, Community Events, News  |  Comments Off on Merchants’ Night

Save the da2016_merchantnight_posterte and be prepared! Merchants’ Night is quickly approaching. Set this year for a  Invite your friends and family. And if you have a store or restaurant in New Denver, we hope you will plan to participate.

Carolers, Santa, Cookies at the Youth Centre. Hot dogs, hot chocolate, homemade goodies will be served free of charge.

Are you a merchant without a storefront in town? If you are interested in a table at the Knox Hall on Merchants’ Night, please let me know by Monday, November 28.

Christmas Play at the Bosun Hall

November 24, 2016  |  Community Events, News  |  Comments Off on Christmas Play at the Bosun Hall

suessian-christmas-storyA Seussian Christmas Carol

The Grade 4-5-6 Class is performing a classic Christmas play with a Dr. Seuss twist at the Bosun Hall on Thursday, December 1, 2016 and Friday, Deccember 2, 2016.  There will be a cash only concession on Thursday with hotdogs, popcorn and juice being offered.  Admission is by donation.

The performance times are different for the two dates:

Thursday December 1st @ 5:30 pm (Doors open at 5:00pm)

Friday, December 2nd @ 7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)

Performance in the Kohan – Sansei: The Storyteller

August 12, 2016  |  Coming Events, Community Events  |  Comments Off on Performance in the Kohan – Sansei: The Storyteller


SanseiUsing dance, theatre, and humour Mark Kunji Ikeda narrates the story of Japanese Internment in BC. He investigates the social climates and hardships from a time when his own family was labelled enemy aliens. He delves into one of Canada’s darkest decisions, and unwraps how racism of past generations has affected the Japanese community today.

This production was nominated for Best Solo Performance at the 2015Calgary Critters and won Best of Fest at the 2014 Calgary Fringe Festival.
“Performers and audience alike were thoroughly engaged by Mark’s weaving of a personal story with a tale of profound historical impact. Sansei is storytelling at it’s finest; sophisticated, meaningful, moving, and humorous.” – Laurie Fife, Ottawa Storytellers Society
As Mark relates: “Through this project, I’ve combined the most incredible story of my family history with the more incredible methods of storytelling. The title holds a particular personal relevance. The Storyteller is classically meant to please and instruct, to be alluring and surprising; in this piece I’ve unleashed theatrical devices, contemporary dance, recorded family interviews, and historical publications to give the full breadth and scope of this experience… this exceptionally dark experience that has lead to my birth: a real silver lining from my own perspective. As for Sansei: Third Generation Japanese Canadian (ancestors arriving before WWI) – I believe I am the youngest Sansei in Canada, perhaps even North America. Through this personal narrative unwrapped through the performance, my grandfather had my father – and my father sired myself – exceptionally late in life. So if there are any other Sansei out in Canada who are under 30 – please speak up!”

Mark will perform SANSEI: THE STORYTELLER at the Kohan Garden, New Denver, on August 20 and 21, 2 pm and at the Langham Cultural Centre, Kaslo, on August 26 & 27.

Ikeda,facing,bridge 1978

WILD DAYS 2016 – Family nature programs in August

July 29, 2016  |  Coming Events, Community Events, News  |  Comments Off on WILD DAYS 2016 – Family nature programs in August

Wild Days is back this summer! If you are curious about the amazing plants and animals of the Slocan Valley, come on out!  There’s outdoor fun and learning to be had in August during WILD DAYS! 

The Slocan Lake Stewardship Society is offering three family-oriented nature programs in August to explore different habitats within the Slocan Lake watershed. Each day will have local naturalists and scientists on tap to make the day interesting. 

The first program, Lakeshore Labyrinth is happening Saturday, August 6. We will take a stroll along the Hills lakeshore and learn fun facts about geology, insects and other little creatures, and plants from our local experts, Richard Johnson and Daniel Hellyer. Meet at Hills Beach, 10 km north of New Denver. Look for the SLSS sign on Highway 6.

The second program, Creatures – Big and Small will take place on Wednesday, August 13. We’ll explore the Bear and Fish lakes pass and discover fascinating facts about bears, toads, insects, and plants from local scientists Wayne McCrory, Marcy Mahr, and Daniel Hellyer. The meeting place is at Fish Lake Rest Area. This event is co-sponsored by Valhalla Wilderness Society.

August 20 brings us the last WILD DAYS program Mysteries of the Not So Deep,  and is co-sponsored by the Slocan River Streamkeepers. Focusing on creek and riparian habitat, we will unravel mysteries of the underwater world of Springer Creek with Shanoon Bennett and Marcy Mahr. The meeting place is at the parking lot at Expo Park in Slocan. All Wild Days programs run from 9 am to 12 pm.

Please save these dates on your family calendar! For further information, contact 250-358-7714 or email tremainecomm[at]

And come learn more about the Slocan Lake Stewardship Society at our table at the New Denver Friday Market starting July 1. 

Wild Days - Fun and Free Nature Programs for Everyone! Wild Days – Fun and Free Nature Programs for Everyone!