Creston Homelinks students build bicycle campers for art project
Grade 8-12 students at Creston’s Homelinks took on a unique art project: creating bicycle campers that will be shown off in the Creston Valley Blossom Festival parade.
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Nelson-Creston MLA candidates questioned about challenges, food security and climate change
Q&A with the five candidates (Kim Charlesworth, Michelle Mungall, Jesse O’Leary, Tom Prior and Tanya Wall) running for Nelson-Creston in the May 9, 2017, provincial election.
The 76th annual Creston Valley Blossom Festival is set to run from May 19-22, including parades, a car show, and a dinner and dance.
The Kootenay-Columbia Discovery Centre Society is making plans to replace the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area’s interpretation centre.
The Creston Museum is opening a new exhibit showing how the Creston Valley was booming in 1947.