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Propel Studios and The Angry Hen Brewery present amazing intimate performances by local and visiting musicians on the Angry Hen patio! The Angry Hen offers an eclectic array of tasty craft beer, delicious food made in house, and their tasting room and patios have great views - and the best part is they are right across the street from the studio! 
Check out their social media for upcoming shows.
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The village of Kaslo is nestled on beautiful Kootenay Lake flanked by the gorgeous Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges. Incredible hiking and biking trails are minutes away, as well as canoe, kayak and SUP rentals for on the lake in the summer time at the Kaslo Adventure Centre. Nearby are Ainsworth Hot Springs, Cody Caves, spawning channels, golfing, live music, river-rafting, zip-lining, and fishing. Plus, many different skiing options (heli-skiing, cat-skiing, downhill and cross country), snowshoeing, and indoor and outdoor skating/hockey in the winter months.

For a small town, Kaslo has a lot to offer for places to eat and drink too. Buddy’s Pizza offers great pizza and much more! Chez Serge make’s mouth-watering authentic poutine (with real cheese curds!). The Bluebelle Bistro and Treehouse Restaurant offer great quality breakfasts and lunches. The Kaslo Hotel has gorgeous rooms, a spectacular patio and great dining experience. 

Kaslo is home to great local organizations who help foster the arts in the area: The Langham Cultural Centre offers year round artist exhibitions and performances, and is a Japanese Canadian history museum. They also host the Kaslo Summer Music Series showcasing local live performances throughout the summer. Every August Long Weekend The Kaslo Jazz Etc Summer Music Festival takes place with its iconic floating stage featuring world renowned artists and local talents!

Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism provides all the latest info to explore the area!

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