Arrow Lakes News Community Calendar for the week of Feb. 1–8

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Feb. 4

VAL KILMER AND THE NEW COKE AT THREE LIONS PUB

Come dance to killer 80’s music and be part of the fun fund raiser for the school ski program, with a silent auction and 50/50 draws happening too.

SILVERTON 20th ANNUAL WINTER BLUES BOOGIE

Come shake off the winter blues by dancing to the swinging 40’s blues of Bessie and the Back Eddies, Karli Harrison’s wide-ranging vocals and No Excuse for some serious dancing. Gary Dr. Fun Gilbert will be in the house for this special anniversary party. Tickets $17, advance only, at: Apple Tree and Mountainberry, New Denver; Silverton Building Supplies and Cup & Saucer, Silverton; Figments, Kaslo; Winlaw MiniMart; Broadway Deli, Nakusp; Cottonwood Kitchen, Nelson. More info, 250-358-7765.

Feb. 7

NAKUSP ARROW LAKES ECONOMIC SUMMIT

At the Nakusp Arena Auditorium, doors at 6:30 p.m., the summit starts at 7 p.m.

Feb. 10

SUMMIT LAKE CHILI COOK OFF

Attention Skiers/Boarders: the second annual Summit Lake Chili Cook Off will be taking place Friday 10th February at the ski hill. There will be a torch light ski that you can come see or take part in also. Entry forms will be available at the day lodge this weekend, or email angela@advantagetravelworld.com to register.

Feb. 11

COMMUNITY WINTER CARNIVAL

Come join the Nakusp and District Minor Hockey Association forevents all day starting with a pancake breakfast, Shinny Tournament, hockey , figure skating, tailgate BBQ, music and much more.

KARAOKE AT THE THREE LIONS

Sing your heart out as part of the winter carnival.

 

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