The Idea That Didn’t Go Away
Red Bird Winery
When Shannon and Rémi Cardinal began looking for a location to build their own winery, Creston wasn’t the place they intended to end up. Having traveled and visited vineyards and wineries in Eastern Canada and France, the idea was born to open their own winery. After several years spent looking at properties that just didn’t fit what they wanted to create, the couple found the perfect place, a former Bed and Breakfast in the Creston Valley.
It is so great to be back after a brief hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic! We are happy to report we are emerging slowly from our social distancing adventure healthy, and so eager to interact with people in person again, albeit cautiously. Summer 2020 will likely be a strange one, with events virtually non-existent, and typical vacations cancelled in order to meet health recommendations.
From the Mayor’s Desk
Our Creston Community Park
On May 15, 2015, I received a very respectful and well written letter from four community minded Grade 7 students attending ARES
From the Chief
Managing Through the COVID-19 Crisis
Ki’suk kyukyit (greetings). In mid-March, the country and world changed in a way that I could not even imagine. The way we do things changed.
Buying Power: Then and Now
Did you know the Museum is open again? We are: Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 to 4:00. Moving to an almost-entirely hands-off, self-guided format to meet new social distancing guidelines.