food hub & Community workspace in New Denver, BC, Canada

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  • Press Release Feb.8/24

    Press Release Feb.8/24

    Behind the construction paper and the window blinds, the Fireweed Hub on Main Street in New Denver has been inching closer to its launch. The interior space is now complete and the commercial kitchen has been installed and certified. Karin Dodds and Hannah Weisbrich-Collier have been hired and will be sharing the position of facility…

  • New Fireweed Hub taking shape on New Denver’s main street

    New Fireweed Hub taking shape on New Denver’s main street

    This article was published in the Valley Voice March 23, 2023. Anyone who frequents the downtown core of New Denver will have noticed the extensive construction and renovation project visible from the rear of the Merkley Building, former home of Rory’s on Main and the Village Hearth restaurants. The main floor of the building is…

  • The Lift becomes the Fireweed Hub

    The Lift becomes the Fireweed Hub

    Press release May 15/22 The Silverton Cowork Society has moved to a new location on the main street in New Denver and has a new name to match. The Fireweed Hub will share the former Hidden Garden Gallery building with the Food Hamper Society and the Donation Store as well as the Creeations art and…

  • Co-Work and Food Hub Full Steam Ahead

    Co-Work and Food Hub Full Steam Ahead

    Press release Aug. 21/21 The Silverton Co-Work Society has been moving forward in its plans for a multi-purpose community resource centre that will provide workspace for people who need part time office and meeting space, as well as support local food producers, entrepreneurs and community programming. However the project has hit a wrinkle with its…

  • Silverton Co-work Society to Build Community Food Centre in the North Slocan Valley

    Silverton Co-work Society to Build Community Food Centre in the North Slocan Valley

    Press release Mar. 11/21 The Silverton Co-work Society is receiving funding to create a North Slocan Valley Community Food Centre in Silverton as announced by Josie Osborne, Minister of Municipal Affairs. The funding comes through the Community Economic Recovery Infrastructure Program (CERIP), a provincial program that is investing $30 million in small scale infrastructure projects…