Creston Valley sisters making art with fibre and glass

BY BRIAN LAWRENCE I Love Creston Editor Sarah Miller and Jeanette Stenhouse are sisters who ran a popular downtown business for over three decades, but they have something else in common. They’re also artists, one working with yarn, the other with glass. The artistic...

Life with Lyme disease a struggle for Creston Valley resident

BY BRIAN LAWRENCE I Love Creston Editor The youngest of three siblings in what she calls a “basic country family”, Lexi Czar grew up on a Canyon farm and spent a lot of her childhood trail riding, barrel racing, fishing, hiking and dirt biking, later enjoying soccer,...

Creston’s Yoga Room offers peace of mind and body

BY BRIAN LAWRENCE I Love Creston Editor The thought of yoga may bring to mind a room filled with people twisted into matching poses, but that’s only one aspect — yoga isn’t simply a posing routine, it’s a lifestyle. “It’s a really cool life science,” says Barb...

Creston Rotary Club funds support projects at home and abroad

BY BRIAN LAWRENCE I Love Creston Editor It’s hard to imagine the community without Rotacrest Hall or Millennium Park’s Japanese garden, but they wouldn’t be there without the efforts of the Creston Rotary Club, which has been enhancing the Creston Valley’s lifestyle...

Creston Kids Outside teaching children in the great outdoors

STORY AND PHOTOS BY BRIAN LAWRENCE I Love Creston Editor In a time when it’s become commonplace to see children hunched over smartphones and tablets, the Creston Kids Outside Society is offering an alternative: a connection with the outdoors. The society’s Kootenay...

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