The Village Hall in
Kaslo, British Columbia
was built in 1898. It is only one of two
wooden municipal buildings still in use
as a seat in government in Canada.
Kaslo has a rich history in the silver mining
era of British Columbia. A walk along her
tree lined streets with views of the Selkirk
and Purcell mountains in the background
brings echoes of the past skidding
across your imagination.
Historic buildings abound, interlaced with
the bustle of the upcoming Kaslo Jazz Festival.
Local banter is mixed with the quiet lap of
Truly a unique and special place to visit, and savor,
in British Columbia.