Highland dancers took a break from entertaining at last year’s tea to enjoy some goodies. Submitted file.

Kimberley United Church Women present 60th Annual Scottish Tea

A long time Kimberley tradition continues on February 2, 2019, as the United Church Women once again present the Scottish Tea. This year will be the 60th time the UCW have hosted the tea.

The UCW hosted the first tea at teh suggestion of a Mrs. Don Duff, according to UCW member Myra Farquhar, an d a tradition was born.

The tea will be at the Kimberley United Church on February 2 at 12 to 2 p.m. Enjoy specialty food and Scottish goodies such as scones, Scotch pancakes, ‘Rocks’ (spice cookie), oat cakes, cheese straws and Welsh cakes.

Liela Cooper’s Scottish dancers will be there to entertain, and pipers azs well.

Admission is $8 per person. All proceeds go to United Church charities.

Just Posted

Counterfeit bills still being passed in Kimberley Cranbrook area

The $100 counterfeit bills identified in Kimberley earlier this month have been… Continue reading

English acoustic folk duo Sandtimer in concert at Studio 64, Kimberley

Fresh from performing at the Maumbury Festival in Dorchester, England, on August… Continue reading

East Kootenay wakesurfers have success in national championships

Many local riders competed in the 2019 Nautique Canadian Wakesurf National Championships

Kimberley Food Bank accepting back to school donations

Kimberley FOCUS, represented by Joan Jobe and Noweata Schofer, recently dropped off… Continue reading

Elk River reclaims property as its own

Laws make it harder to protect private land than ever before says farmer, local government

VIDEO: B.C. woman meets biological mother, 38 years later

Mother never gave up hope of finding daughter, despite all the obstacles

B.C. Lions fall to 1-9 after 13-10 loss to Ticats

Lowly Leos have dropped six straight CFL contests

VIDEO: B.C. woman meets biological mother, 38 years later

Mother never gave up hope of finding daughter, despite all the obstacles

B.C. man who died after rescuing swimmer was known for helping others

Shaun Nugent described as a dad, a coach, a hero and ‘stand-up guy’ at celebration of life

B.C. RCMP plane chases fleeing helicopter as part of major cross-border drug bust

The helicopter eventually landed at a rural property near Chilliwack

Thousands cycle to conquer cancer

The 11th annual Ride to Conquer Cancer took place Saturday morning, Aug. 24 in Surrey, B.C.

PHOTOS: Brazil military begins operations to fight Amazon fires

Amazon fires have become a global issue, escalating tensions between Brazil and European countries

Racist confrontation in Richmond parking lot caught on camera

Woman can be heard yelling racial slurs, swear words at woman in apparent parking dispute

Groups ready campaign to help young voters identify ‘fake news’ in election

The media literacy campaign to focus on identifying misinformation and suspicious sources online

Most Read