THE WEEKLY EH? (FEB 25 - MAR 3)

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Just like clockwork, it’s Monday again.

Which means it’s time for another weekly rundown of happenings happening Around this mountown.

So, how about starting with SOMETHING GOOD EVERY DAY, eh?

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th

Priority Plant ID | This professional level course identifies the top priority invasive plant species across the East Kootenay region. These species have known sites in the region with varying degrees of establishment. Proper identification of these species is critical to preventing new infestations. More information and registration at: ekisc.com/eventregistration

* Hosted by East Kootenay Invasive Species Council - EKISC

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TUESDAY, FEBRuary 26th

Cranbrook Farm and Ranch Wildfire Preparedness Workshop | On February 26th from 8:30am - 3:00pm PST at 2305 2nd Street South, Cranbrook, Cranbrook the BC Agriculture and Food Climate Action Initiative is hosting an agriculture and wildfire risk reduction workshop aimed at agricultural producers from all sectors, wildfire response and emergency personnel, and local government representatives. Producers will gain vital knowledge to prepare themselves and their operations for wildfire.

This workshop is free, with lunch and refreshments provided. For catering and planning purposes please, pre-register here: bcwildfirepreparedness.eventbrite.com

We would like attendees to register as soon as possible, but welcome those who are interested after the registration date to contact us about attending. LIMITED AVAILABILITY. Please register soon to save your spot.

* Hosted by BC Agriculture & Food Climate Action Initiative

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WEDNESDAY, February 27th

Business Beers (last Wed of every month!) | All are welcome to come out for a happy hour social at the Kimberley Elks. This is a casual drop-in evening for business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs to socialize and connect and have a good time. See you there!

* Hosted by Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce

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THURSDAY, February 28th

Indie Art Night - Mariah Aimée Plant | Mariah Aimée Plant (MAP), is a local artist working out of Cranbrook under the name Harmony Valley Art. Mariah graduated from the University of Lethbridge with her BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) in 2018, and since then has exhibited her work at the Kimberley Art Gallery at Centre 64, and the Cranbrook Art Gallery.

It is Mariah’s goal to share her art with others. She believes that everyone should be able to own their own piece of art, whether that be an original, a print, or any other form it takes.

* Hosted by The Shed

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Friday, March 1st

Friday Literature Series - St. Eugene Resort | We are ecstatic to expand on our Writer's Conference this coming new year with the Friday Literature Series. These wonderful evenings are completely free to the public, every Friday, beginning January 11th at 7:30pm!

There is also an opportunity to break bread with your favourite authors in a more intimate setting before each evening begins. Reservations are limited, so be sure to book in advance! Head over to our website for an author schedule and more details on Dine. Chat. Listen. (steugene.ca/friday-literature-series)

* Hosted by St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino

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SATURDAY, March 2nd

Farmer's Market | The market is always a delight for the senses! It awakens a sleepy Saturday with beautiful sights, sounds and delicious smells. The Cranbrook Farmer’s Market is more than a place to shop. It’s a place to connect with friends, to celebrate local business and farming. It is a place to learn things and meet people. Come enjoy with us!

* Hosted by Cranbrook Farmer's Market

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Sunday, March 3rd

The Wardens | The Banff Park Wardens’ mountain music: blending folk, roots and western styles.

March 3 | 7:30 pm | Studio 64 | Member $24, nonmember $26, door $28 | Tickets available at Centre 64 or eastkootenay.snapd.com (check calendar) | banffwardens.com

* Hosted by Kimberley Arts Council - Centre 64

…of course, there's much more than one thing happening on each day this week, and there are many more days to plan for than just the next 7, so listen to what your gut is trying to tell you & make sure you bookmark 95EH.CA (either in your browser or your brain) for those future moments when you find yourself wondering about what’s going on and coming up in the area.

But for right now—since we’re already right here, reading this same sentence—I’ve added a version of The 95EH Events Calendar below for you to see everything happening on whatever day/month you’re curious about.


THE 95EH MINI CALENDAR

* IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET YOUR KIMBERLEY / CRANBROOK & AREA EVENT LISTED IN THE 95EH EVENTS CALENDAR, IT'S AS SIMPLE AS THESE INSTRUCTIONS THAT BASICALLY SAY THAT ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS JUST CREATE A FACEBOOK EVENT FOR YOUR EVENT.


KEEP Scrolling?

Good call! Here’s the latest

YR Weekly 95 track PLAYLIST ON

MOUNTOWN FM

YOUR WEEKLY 95EH | Every week, the guy who comes by to sweep the metaphorical floors at 95EH—who also happens to mess about with a music blog elsewhere on the internets—shuffles up all the tunes he’s blahged about over the years & pulls out a fresh batch of 95 tracks/artists that can be used to soundtrack a healthy portion of whatever you get up to from the hours of 9 to 5. If you like listening to music, there is a decent chance you will like listening to this playlist (and if you don’t use Spotify, you can find this playlist on Soundsgood.co where you can choose some non-Spotify listening options like Apple Music, Youtube and Soundcloud).

#MountownFM - LIFE SOUNDS GOOD In A Mountain town

The ‘Your Weekly 95 Eh’ Spotify playlist is a part of the programming for a ‘Pretend, For Real’ radio station that broadcasts from an apartment in the 95EH.CA airspace called “MOUNTOWN FM”. You can listen to a Mountown FM program whenever you want, wherever you are. Like right now. Or later. If that sounds like your kind of thing, you should also bookmark this page: moun.town/fm


+ Here's SOME stuff FROM THE BLOG for even more options for getting to know the local area better — or maybe just for extending that coffee break a little longer, eh?


And that’s it for this week’s weekly run down.

If you’d like even more “ehs?!” throughout the week, make sure to follow 95EH on the socials…

…and be sure to keep an eye out on Friday for 'The Weekend EH?!’ — which is kinda like ‘The Weekly Eh?!’ but also a little different *and more importantly* The 95EH Events Calendar is always adding more local events because events never stop getting made—so there’s just a lot of stuff going on, eh?

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‘THE WEEKLY EH?’ IS PUT TOGETHER EVERY MONDAY BY JEREMY / @HI54LOFI. IF YOU'D ALSO BE INTERESTED IN CONTRIBUTING / COLLABORATING ON SOMETHING 95EH, JUST SEND A "HEY!" TO:

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