This is Rossland

There is a one-stop guide to seeing it all, and when to see it, with the launch of the new This is Rossland Events Guide.

Rossland is a four-season recreational wonderland.

People come from across North America and the world to enjoy the warm, friendly hospitality of a mountain town.

The city and its recreational backyard are full of numerous little paradises to discover, things to see, places to eat at and events to immerse your self in.

Now there will be a one-stop guide to seeing it all, and when to see it, with the launch of the new This is Rossland Events Guide.

A publication of Black Press and the Rossland News, the intention of the guide is to print an all-inclusive events calendar for locals and visitors.

The guide will include month-by-month listings of events but will also include stories and photos on some of the larger community events.

Community groups will be able to list their events for the year and the guide will highlight as many as possible with stories and photos. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of this great new community guide.

People interested in submitting an event for the guide—or to advertise—can contact the Rossland News at publisher@rosslandnews.com.

 

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