May Days Schedule

Saturday May 19   “ Kid Centric Saturday”

10 am -

10 am

Kids Races in front of Gazebo

Skate Jam  at the Skate Park

11:00 – 4:00

Helicopter rides - $30 per ride ( weather dependant)

11:00-4:00

1st Day of Logger Sports Competition

Noon

CAKE WALK! A toonie buys you the chance to win a whole cake!  A fun family event for all ages. Join Ms. T and the JVH grade 8’s in a fundraiser for their school end of year trip.

1:00

Gazebo: Heavy Folk – playing originals and covers, guitar and piano backing up vocal harmonies.  Chandler and Nancy have been playing music and sharing happy hours for almost ten years

2 :00 – 4:00

2:00

3:00pm

4:00

Giant Bubbles  with Aviva – around the park

Gazebo: TBA

GEL – Gazebo Stage

Gazebo: Sean Rodman and Bed of Coals   

8pm til late

Steampunk Dance Party ( $10 cover) Rise Again Boutique Front St.

 

 

Sunday May 20

8:00 am (all day)

Slo-pitch tourney Vimy park ball diamond

8:00 – 11:00

 

Pancake Breakfast – Kaslo Legion Hall.  Put on by the ladies Auxillary as a delicious fundraiser $8 adults / kids pay their age

9:00 – 5:00

Craft & Food Vendors in Vimy Park

10:00 – 3pm

Kaslo Show & Shine – Front Street hosts a fine selection of Vintage Cars, trucks, hot rods

10:00 – 3:00

Antique Steam Engines and Machines display Fourth St at Front.

10:00 – 3:00

Chamber of Mines - view mineral specimens from historical mines of the local area and to learn more about prospecting

11:00 – 4:30

Day 2 of Logger Sports competition  schedule HERE

11am – 2:30

Kaslo Steampunk Drum and Dance Event with The Kaslo Drummers, Cynthia Fawcett (flute) and DJs Minashanti and Braden East playing some minimal tech house. A non-verbal rhythmic experience for expanding consciousness. (by donation) Skatepark Beach (Sun) or Rise Again Boutique (Rain).

2:30-3:30

Global Rhythms Dance Workshop with Erin Thomson - Come and learn some fresh moves for the Maydays Steampunk Drum and Dance Walk ($10- $20 recommended) Skatepark Beach.

Noon – 5:00

Beer Garden – Kaslo Logger sports area, a Golf Club fund raiser 19+

Noon

Gazebo: Jon Burden, acoustic guitar folk and blues

1:00

2:00

3:00

Gazebo: Drew Birkett & Friends

Gazebo: Mountain Weather

Gazebo: Celtic Kitchen

 2:00 – 5:00

Strawberry Ridge Enduro – by Kaslo Mountain Bike Club, a 12KM ride on the True Blue mountain bike trails. $20 Tix price includes dog or burger and a beer.  Prizes to be awarded.  Proceeds to Kalso Mountain Bike club.    https://bit.ly/2jFbr0a

Monday May 21

8:00 – 4:00

Sol-pitch tourney Vimy park ball diamond

12:30 – 3:00

May Days Tea by Kaslo VHKAS at the United Hall.  A fundraiser with amazing delectable treats / sandwiches and desserts $7 donation

11:00 - 12

Kaslo Steampunk Drum parade piece with the Kaslo Drummers, Dance Walkers and local djs The Legion to Vimy Park. Meet at 11 at the back of the Langham. All Welcome! Please come in Costume!

NOON

FRONT STREET PARADE – STREET CLOSED FROM 11AM

1:00

Kilties Bag Pipers in front of Gazebo

1:20

Citizen of the Year Award presented by Hon. Mayor Suzan Hewat

1:45

May Pole Dancers ( by the 2nd grade class of JVH) Teachers: Rielle Oswald and Minetta Norrie /  Musicians: Maddox Hahne, Maddi Handley, Tina Mclaren, Terry Marshall

 

2:45

Kaslo Quilters – Quilt Draw Winner

2:55

Rubber Ducky Race – Winner announcement

3:00

 

Mock Maypole – a fundraising dance of ex-dancers. Some of them are dancing with their original partners!! Dancers you can support are:

  • 1)    Colin Anderson/ Sierra Birkett
  • 2)    Cody Halleran/ Kianna Bekker
  • 3)    Jacob Chymko/ Layla Tyers
  • 4)    Shawn Handley/ Morgan Handley
  • 5)    Hugo Hahne/ Jordan Caple
  • 6)    Brodie Whitney/ Mary Trobak
  • 7)    Jon Carlson/ Tasha Geevers
  • 8)    Charles Handley/ / Maddi Handley

 

 

DAY 1 - 2018 LOGGER SPORTS - SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Saturday, May 19 

Novice and  Intermediate Events

Competitor’s Meeting - 8:30 a.m.

Eliminations 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

Show Organization 10:30 – 11 a.m.

Official Show Start 11:00 a.m.

    Intermediate Stock Saw Top 6
    Intermediate Standing Chop, 1st Heat
    Novice Obstacle Pole Cdn. Champ
     Intermediate Axe Throw Top 6
    Novice Tree Climb
    Intermediate Standing Chop, 2nd Heat
    Kid’s Choker Races, approx 12:45pm
    Sponsors/Local Axe Throw approx 1pm

    Intermediate Hot Saw
    Intermediate Underhand Chop, Canadian Champion Top 4
    Novice / Local Double Buck
    Intermediate Single Buck
    Intermediate Choker Race
    Novice Log Rolling
    Canlog Novice / Local Relay Race –competitors picked show day




Kaslo and Area Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 329 | Kaslo, B.C. | V0G 1M0
Phone: 250-353-3464 | Email: thekaslochamber@gmail.com

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