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Interactive Community Dialogue Theatre

No actors. No play. No script.
Theatre without a net – just you, the audience!


Kamloops Yacht Club
1140 River St.

Friday November 22
Saturday November 23

Performance 7:30
Potluck 6:30

Investigate how conflicting corporate, media, government and NGO messages impact our lives and polarize our community into ‘us’ and ‘them’

This theatre experience explores how strategic messages influence the community at large and investigates the informed or misinformed choices we make as a result. The fundamental goal of this type of theatre is to make the event relevant, at a grassroots level, using the momentum to move forward as a cohesive healthy community. You the audience choose the stories and decide how to dramatize them… YOU ARE THE EXPERTS OF YOUR OWN LIVES !

Phone 250.879.0465  |    Email glennhilke(at)
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A Cross-Canada’s Speaker Tour

7:00pm to 9:30pm November 27, 2013
Location: Alumni Theatre

Do you have questions or concerns regarding genetically engineered (GE) foods and human health?

If so, this fall and winter, GE Free Kamloops will be hosting an event as part of GE Foods and Human Health: A Cross-Canada Speaker’s Tour, in partnership with the Society for a GE Free BC and Greenpeace Vancouver Local Group.

Scheduled to run from November 2013 to February 2014, GE Foods and Human Health: A Cross-Canada Speaker’s Tour seeks to provide the Canadian public with an opportunity to discuss their concerns around GE foods from a scientific and regulatory perspective.

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Attention Development Community!

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You are invited to the Kamloops Affordable Housing Development Forum 2013, taking place on Thursday November 14th at the Coast Hotel and Conference Centre, and brought to you by the City of Kamloops, in partnership with the Kamloops Housing Board and the Kamloops Working Group on Homelessness. Read more

A quick video clip from the media event on September 26th on Columbia by CFJC TV. Read more

09-23-13 - Open House - ktw-page-0The Open House dates are as follows:

October 3 – Bert Edwards Elementary

October 21 – Tournament Capital Ranch

October 23 – Interior Savings Center: Parkside Lounge

October 24 – Barnhartvale Community Hall

All Open Houses are drop-in events. Light refreshments will be served.

For those not able to attend an open house all documents available at the events are also online at

Please join Malcolm Allen, Member of Parliament for Welland and NDP Agriculture Critic as he tours the country with his “Farm to Fork” tour.

Tuesday, August 20, 2013
4:00 – 6:00 PM

Mohave Room, Desert Gardens Community Centre

540 Seymour Street, Kamloops


Because Canadians deserve practical policies that grow our rural economies, produce nutritious local food and protect our land.

Canada is without a comprehensive food policy—lagging behind other industrial countries in the OECD, like England and Australia.

Now the United Nations has raised serious concerns about food security in Aboriginal communities and a lack of a coordinated food strategy in Canada.

That’s why Canada’s New Democrats are calling on the Government of Canada to implement a pan-Canadian Food Strategy to:

  • support farmers
  • improve access to healthy food
  • market Canadian food at home and abroad.

The Kamloops Food Policy Council has put into action several initiatives in order to bring a discussion about food policy into the forefront of the upcoming provincial election.
Our campaign included the following:

  1. Six letters-to-the editor that highlight provincial government policy directions detailed in the BC Food Systems Network position paper.
  2. A questionnaire distributed to each candidate designed to reveal personal experience and party policies as they relate to food security for BC.
  3. An invitation to all BC Election Candidates to attend the event LET’S TALK ABOUT FOOD, which was held on April 3rd, 2013.

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TRU AGSC Poster Session

The Agricultural Sciences class at TRU is holding a poster session this coming Monday, April 8 from 2:30 to 4:20 pm in room S337 (Science building at TRU Kamloops Campus). This year the students have worked in partnership with the City of Kamloops to develop posters related to Kamloops Agriculture Area Plan. Drop by anytime between 2:30 and 4:20 pm to learn more about the plan and some of the priority issues that have been identified. See the attached poster for more details.

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public produceBe a part of Kamloops’ Public Produce Project

March 28@ The Smorg 3-6pm

Public Produce is a growing project in Kamloops. Urban agriculture in the form of Public Produce gardens transforms any available land into an edible landscape: a space used to grow fresh, organic fruits and vegetables for all members of the community. Read more