SOME SOUTH CARIBOO PUBLIC EVENTS
Canada Day Celebrations
July 1st 10:00am- 4:30 pm. at 108 Mile Heritage site. Opening Ceremonies 10:00 am.
Numerous vendors, concession, free local entertainment, fun and games for kids, tours of the museum and lots more!
Interlakes start 2:00pm at the Interlakes Service Centre
July 2nd Bridge Lake Stampede
67th Annual 8:00am pancake breakfast 9:00am start
July 8th, 9th and 10th
Canim Lake Traditional Pow Wow
Garden Tour - Presented by Agri-Culture Centre Society
June 30th - August 13th
Cariboo Artist's Guild 36th Annual Fine Arts Show
Parkside Art Gallery
2016 SCACS – Parkside Show Schedule
MAY 27 - JUN 25 “LAND OF CONTRAST – NORTH AMERICA” - Melonie Eva - Photography
JUN 30 - AUG 13 “36TH ANNUAL FINE ART SHOW & SALE - GATHERING” - Cariboo Artists Guild – Mixed Media
AUG 19 - SEP 17 “SHADES OF NATURE” - Women In Focus – Photography
SEP 23 - OCT 23 “68 YEARS OF MY ART” – Adrian Messner – Painting
OCT 29 – NOV 12 “ORPHANED ART – RE-APPRECIATED” - Curator Tom Godin
NOV 20 – DEC 24 “PARKSIDE’S 8TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR” - SCACS Members
January: Sled dog races, Curling Bonspiel
February: Cariboo Marathon
March: Ladies Curling Spiel
April: Festival of the Arts
May: Farmers Market Opens, Western Week
June: Square Dance Jamboree
July: Canada Day, Antique Car Show, Hootstock, Dancers & Pow-wow
August: South Cariboo Garlic Festival
September: Fall Fair
October: Halloween Town
November: Lions radio/tv auction
December: 100 Mile House Santa Claus Parade
South Cariboo annual calendar of events
SOME SOUTH CARIBOO NEWS
June 16, 2016: Small plane crash in B.C. Interior kills passenger, injures pilot
A small plane crashed northwest of Kamloops, B.C., at Green Lake while trying to land on an airstrip on Thursday. The plane crashed into trees near the runway.
June 3, 2016: SARs in the Cariboo Chilcotin receive government funding
Three Cariboo and Chilcotin-based search and rescue organizations have received a combined total of more than $129,000 from the B.C. government’s $10 million in one-time funding commitments to the B.C. Search and Rescue Association (BCSARA).
February 21, 2016: 108 Mile woman loses $800 in online puppy scam
Stephanie Kilbreath of 108 Mile Ranch had been scouring Kijiji a few weeks back, looking for puppies for her and her son and some friends.
February 14, 2016: Protesters aim to halt dumping of sewage sludge near Clinton
The group of about 30 people, which included members of the Friends of Nicola Valley from Merritt, ramped up their efforts last week following a biosolids spill in Big Bar Creek.
January 8, 2016: Michael Martel charged with 1st-degree murder of 100 Mile House woman
Forty-six-year-old Michael Martel is accused of killing Vesna Dumstrey-Soos, whose body was found in her home Monday morning.
January 6, 2016: Firefighters pay tribute to fallen friend
Members of the Lone Butte, 100 Mile, 108 Mile and Lac la Hache and other area fire departments escorted a fallen firefighter John Ansel Warman in a procession from 100 Mile House to Williams Lake on Jan. 6.
Flawed logic justifies the destruction of Fish Lake
When the British Columbia government gave environmental approval to the controversial Prosperity gold-copper mine in December it used questionable logic, saying the operation was acceptable because the damage would be limited.
- CBC Radio 1 91.3 FM, Clinton 1070 AM
- CFFM-3 The Goat 99.7 FM
- CKBX - The Wolf 840 AM
- CaribooRadio.com via
TV: Shaw Cable, Xplornet, StarChoice
Internet is available through local providers
Newspaper: 100 Mile Free Press