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May 4 – Storm the Stairs – Trail

Storm the Stairs is the United Way’s signature community-wide fundraising event celebrating Trail’s historic covered staircases. For more information, visit: Storm the Stairs 2024 – United Way British Columbia (uwbc.ca)

May 8-12 – Trail Silver City Days

The City of Trail will host its Silver City Days, an annual family event which celebrates Trail’s community and culture with entertainment, food, a midway, and special events. For more information, visit: Silver City Days – City of Trail

May 10-12 – Creston Valley Bird Festival

Wildsight Creston Branch will host the Creston Valley Bird Festival, a three day convergence of ornithologists, biologists, birders, and families and friends. For more information, visit: Creston Valley Bird Festival – Wildsight

May 18-20 – Kaslo May Days

The Kaslo & Area Chamber of Commerce will host Kaslo May Days – a three day family friendly community festival featuring logger sport competitions, craft and food vendors, the May Pole Dance, and the Kaslo May Days parade. For more information, visit: Kaslo May Days – Kaslo Chamber of Commerce

May 25 – Cranbrook Gravel Grind

The Cranbrook Gravel Grind, proudly presented by Anything Goes Event Series, will once again shed light on the world class gravel riding that surrounds Cranbrook. Welcoming any and all riders to the third annual event, the 65- and 112-kilometre routes will showcase the Cranbrook Community Forest, Chief Isadore Trail Network, Trans Canada Trail, and Mount Baker Forestry Service Roads. The CGG offers an incredibly unique experience for new and experienced riders with a course that is designed for cyclists with physical impairment in mind, suiting cyclists of all abilities, hand-cyclists and tandems included. For more information, visit: Cranbrook Gravel Grind (cranbrooktourism.com)

May 25-26 – Revey Re-Fest

Revy Re-fest is a two day community upcycling festival being held in Revelstoke. The goal is to reduce waste and give residents the opportunity to learn, repair, connect and respect the planet. For more information, visit: Revy Re-fest

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Columbia Basin Trust is grateful to operate on the unceded traditional territories of the Ktunaxa, Lheidli T’enneh, Secwépemc, Sinixt and Syilx Nations.
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