Locals and visitors alike are being invited to experience our city in a new way via Sustainability Stories: a series of walkable, self-guided audio tours with a sustainability theme. Signage at various locations features a QR code, scannable with a smartphone, which links users to the website. Listeners can click on the audio and enjoy a 5-minute story as they continue walking. Continue reading Announcing… Sustainability Stories: a new walkable audio tour for Kamloops!
The busy Canada celebrations at Riverside Park this year featured a popular new service: bike valet parking! Over 125 riders used the service. Continue reading Canada Day bike valet parking an overwhelming success
You Are Here is a free space to share your vision for the cultural direction of the City of Kamloops. Inside 207 Seymour (Kamloops Museum & Archives), you can share your ideas in a guided research project led by the … Continue reading Help shape the cultural future of Kamloops!
Come and celebrate with Kamloops author and artist Wendy Weseen as she launches As Wise as Nature’s Wings—eighty individual books of illustrated eco-poetry, each handmade and featuring a unique piece of original art on the cover. Continue reading “As wise as nature’s wings” book launch and reading
Coming soon to the North Shore is Kamloops Food Policy Council’s (KFPC’s) latest venture: The Stir. Located at 185 Royal Avenue, the soon-to-be food hub will help up-and-coming food business owners by providing support in the kitchen and in the office. Continue reading Causing a stir…
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When Desmond Tutu died, he chose aquamation. Also known as alkaline hydrolysis, it uses 90% less energy, and has just 1/10th of the of the carbon footprint of flame-based cremation. Let’s make it an end-of-life option for British Columbians! Continue reading Aquamation: A greener alternative to flame-based cremation