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The community prepared a feast on Sunday night for the Kiss Off Cancer Cook-Off, Prevent Cancer Now’s first foodie fundraiser to share favourite healthy dishes and raise money and awareness for the cause.
The June Bugs from Alberta and Rossland’s own Glee Club led by Nadine Tremblay entertained an audience at the Miners’ Hall last Thursday with beautiful harmonies. The multi-instrumentalist Bugs got down with the folky tunes on spoons, double bass, guitars, banjos and more. They were brought to Rossland on their CD release tour by the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture.
The applause was loud and heartfelt for the music and dance performances at the popular Joe Hill Coffeehouse on Sunday night.
The sweet sounds of two elegant violins and a resonant bass penetrated concert-goers with their emotion on Saturday night at the Rouge Gallery, the sixth in the gallery’s music series, an evening of indulgence that paired the trio’s mellifluous tones with world-class wine and chocolate.
Whitewater staff and friends made the short trek up to Rossland’s Arena to challenge Red Mountain at the first annual “intermountain” hockey game.
It was a night of trivia, shenanigans, and fundraising at Rossland Radio’s game show, The Price is Jeopardy Or No Deal of Fortune, last Saturday evening at the Miners’ Hall.
Kicking off Red’s Kokanee Spring Fest in style was the first annual Redhead Randonnée Race, a ski mountaineering competition that combined both an uphill skin up Red Mountain’s Dale’s Trail and Sally’s Alley to the peak, with a ski down The Cliff to base.
Some of North America’s top ski crossers gathered at Red Mountain on March 11 and 12 for Red’s first-ever FIS Ski Cross Freestyle NorAm Cup.