2012, January 27 – Out & About



Toby Theatre

January 27th – 28th, 7:30 p.m.: The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn – Part 1.

February 3rd – 4th, February 9th – 11th, 7:30 p.m.: The Muppets.

For info: www.tobytheatre.com.

Friday, January 27th:

10 a.m.: The Invermere Public Library and the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy celebrate Family Literacy Day. CBAL contest entries will be on display. For info visit: abclifeliteracy.ca.

Noon: Lunch at the Edgewater Legion. Soup, bun, dessert and beverage. $6 per person. For info: 250-347-9388.

Saturday, January 28th:

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.: 12th Annual Fishing Derby on Lake Windermere. Sponsored by Kinsmen Club. Tickets are $35 per person. Available at Ray Rays: 250-342-8346.

6 p.m.: 17th annual Debs Night Out Chinese New Year at Eagle Ranch Resort. Fundraiser for domestic violence programs. Hosted by the Family Resource Centre. Tickets are $40 per person. For info and tickets call 250-342-5566 or visit Interior World or The Book Bar.

6 p.m.: Spaghetti Dinner at the Brisco Hall. Hosted by Brisco Riding Club. $8 each or $25 per family. Toboggan party at 2 p.m. For info: 250-347-2125, or 250-347-0085.

Sunday, January 29th:

11:30 a.m.: Registration starts for Robbie Burns clay target shoot at the Rauch Homestead Range. Shooting commences at 12 noon. $25 for 50 targets including prizes, extra practice rounds at $5. For info: 250-341-3254.

Monday, January 30th:

7 p.m.: Information meeting and discussion about Edgewater school bus route at the Edgewater Elementary School. Any parents with children attending the school are urged to attend. For info, call Luraina: 250-688-1451.

Wednesday, February 1st:

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Free grant writing workshop at the Columbia Valley Chamber, Lions Hall. Hosted by Columbia Basin Trust and the Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce. Light lunch will be served. RSVP to khamilton@cbt.org.

6 – 8 p.m.: Scrabble Night at Invermere Public Library. For info: 250-342-6416.

Thursday, February 2nd:

1:30 – 2:30 p.m.: Seniors Computing course every Thursday at the Invermere Seniors Centre. Facilitated by the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy. Free for members of the seniors centre. For info and registration: 250-688-2115 or e-mail kandruschuk@cbal.org.

Friday, February 3rd:

6:30 – 9 p.m.: B.C. Pond Hockey Eastern Championship tournament play on Lake Windermere at Kinsmen Beach.

7 p.m.: 29th annual Starlight Challenge at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort ski hill. $89 per person for dual slalom racing over four consecutive Fridays in February. Includes a buffet dinner and many prizes on the last Friday. For registration and info: 250-345-6037.

7 p.m.: Open Mic at Pynelogs Cultural Centre. A great opportunity for musicians of all ages to perform and meet other musician folk in a fun, creative and supportive atmosphere. Hosted by Oso Simple.Admission is a $2 donation to Columbia Valley Arts.

Refreshments available, and with proper ID you can enjoy an adult beverage. Performers: Jade Bowen, Raven McAllister, Nat McGrath, Blake Glassford, Kyra Warren, Eli Beingessner, Steve OShaughnessy, etc. For info: 250-342-4423.

7:30 p.m.: Columbia Valley Rockies versus Creston Valley Thundercats at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena.

Saturday, February 4th:

9 a.m. – 6 p.m.: B.C. Pond Hockey Eastern Championship tournament play on Lake Windermere at Kinsmen Beach.

11 a.m.: Registration for 11th Annual Snow Golf on the Lake at Kinsmen Beach. Shotgun start at noon. $30 per person, must be 19 years or older. Tickets available at Ray Rays: 250-342-8346.

Sunday, February 5th:

9 a.m. – noon: B.C. Pond Hockey Eastern Championship tournament play on Lake Windermere at Kinsmen Beach.

1 – 3 p.m.: Semi-Finals and Finals in the B.C. Pond Hockey Eastern Championship on Lake Windermere at Kinsmen Beach.

Monday, February 6th:

7 p.m.: Columbia Valley Food Bank Annual General Meeting at the College of the Rockies. For info: 250-342-3196.

Tuesday, February 7th:

7:30 p.m.: Columbia Valley Rockies versus Golden Rockets at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena.

Wednesday, February 8th:

1 – 2:15 p.m.: Seniors Day at the Invermere Public Library. The community bus will pick up and drop of at Columbia Garden and at the Manor. For info: 250-342-6416.

Thursday, February 9th:

4 p.m.: Annual General Meeting at the Radium Public Library. For info: 250-347-2434.

Invermere Library hours:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

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