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Freedom Tour

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BCSALN (BC Self Advocates Leadership Network Society) will be hosting a zoom viewing of the movie Freedom Tour created by People First of Canada December 8 at 7:30 pm.

It is important to BCSALN that we don’t forget the past so that we don’t repeat it – the importance of not forgetting history and learning from history. This is a powerful film that reminds our world all people matter.

If you have not seen it yet, we highly recommend it.


Happy 10th Birthday Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter

577 Victoria Street, Kamloops BC V2C 2B1
Kamloops, BC
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cake will be provided but buy your own dinner. RSVP at thekamloopsselfadvocate@yahoo.com by September 6th.

any amount

Kamloops International Buskers Fest

100 Lorne Street, Kamloops, BC
BC Kamloops
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Kamloops International Buskers Festival
July 27 - 30, 2023
This family oriented festival is presented on outdoor stages throughout beautiful Riverside Park.
Performances take place at: 3 Main Stages and designated Busk Stops!
The festival will also host a food village featuring local food trucks and live art installation!
– Free parking is available Saturdays and Sundays in both the Lansdowne & Seymour Street city parkades.
– No dogs are allowed in Riverside Park / no smoking in Riverside Park

The 4th annual Kamloops International Buskers Festival will be taking place July 27 - 30, 2023!
We can't wait for the return of live entertainment and to welcome everyone back to beautiful Kamloops. Thank you to our incredible grantors, sponsors, community partners, performers, artists, vendors and volunteers for your ongoing commitment and support!
Times vary!


An amazing race to inclusion

Sandman Centre 300 Lorne Street Kamloops, BC V2C 1W3
British Columbia Kamloops
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The Speak Up Self-Advocacy Awareness Society presents An Amazing Race to Inclusion. This annual event aims to raise awareness about the barriers to inclusion that exist for many individuals living in Kamloops.

On June 17, 2023, join this fun and challenging event that will have participants traveling throughout downtown Kamloops. The event challenges are designed to provide racers with firsthand experience of some of the challenges that come with having different disabilities. Racers are sure to leave the event with a greater understanding of the daily experiences faced by many people living with diverse abilities.

Ultimately, we hope each race participant will take this understanding back to their work places and the community, creating opportunities for change.

We have space for 10 teams of four, so get your pals together and enter right away!

Some of the race challenges include:

Navigating obstacle using vision goggles to simulate visual impairments
Traveling on the city bus
Working as a team to solve different tasks
Using a wheelchair
Collaborating Agencies & Individuals:

City of Kamloops
Kamloops Society for Community Inclusion
New Horizons Professional Support Services Inc.
Are you interested in sponsoring the event or providing a monetary/in kind prize donation? Email speakupkamloops@gmail.com for more information.


Believe in Magic

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A virtual magic show featuring magician Sawyer Bullock

TICKETS: Minimum $ 5 donation

(Tax receipts issued for all donations)

For more information email michelle@abilityonline.org

Start time 4 pm EST, 1 PM BC Time

5 dollars donation

Light and Colour Show at Big Little Science Center

458 Seymour Street, Kamloops BC V2C 2G6
Kamloops,, British Columbia
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Saturday May 20, Light and Colour Show, 11:00am & 1:30pm

The beautiful and enlightening Light and Colour Show is an interactive, fun show that helps you find some rainbows in your life. Help us split light and put it back together again.


Individual Admission Seniors: $5.00 (age 60 plus) Adults: $7.00 Children age 3 - 15 years: $4.00 Children 2 years old or under: free Family Admission: $18.00


503 Victoria Street Kamloops, BC, V2C 2B1
BC Kamloops
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Kamloops Film Society and Paramount Theatre


Young Dorothy finds herself in a magical world where she makes friends with a lion, a scarecrow and a tin man as they make their way along the yellow brick road to talk with the Wizard and ask for the things they miss most in their lives. The Wicked Witch of the West is the only thing that could stop them.

Adult: $12 Senior (65+) : $11 Children/Student*: $7 *A person can be a student at any age, but adults may need to show student ID at the door.

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