Multi Family Garage Sale

COVID-19 Safety protocols will be observed.

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Community Yard Sale for Honor House

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Sharpen Lathe Tools

I wanted to reach out to the community and see if there are any woodworkers amongst us, who might have knowledge of where to sharpen lathe tools. 


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Update to Missing Cat

Minou was found On Sasquatch Trail near lot 3 and 4 at about 4:30 on Friday July 17.

Thank you to all of our wonderful neighbours that kept a look out and contacted me with some sightings. She was sighted as far as Peregrine and Raven. 
Blessings to all and a very sincere thank you

Lorraine L’Heureux

390 Sasquatch Trail 


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Annual Anarchist Jam

Hi Everyone,

It is that time of year…. for our 31 Annual Anarchist Jam!  This time will be quite different…fewer bands, smaller audience, an afternoon concert and a reservation system!  We have lots of room on the lawn, an outhouse (but you are welcome to use one of the indoor bathrooms), a modest sound system, with 3-4 “bands”/”acts” for your listening pleasure.

If you wish to come, be sure to reply or call right away.  Due to physical distancing and COVID-19 regulations/considerations, only the first 25 people to reply get “seats” for the concert.

Our phone:  250-446-2420

Email replies: or

Sat, July 18,  2-4pm concert with an informal jam session to follow at our house 1400 Kelly Road, Bridesville.

We don’t have a back-up hall in case of bad weather, so call ahead if you are unsure of the conditions before you leave (right now it looks a bit wet on Sat, but nice on Sunday, we all know that can change! 

To bring: lawn chair, beverages, snacks, sunglasses/parasol.

Dean Corbett

Your Aloette Skin Care Consultant since 1994

250-446-2420 8 am to 8 pm Home Phone

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Hello Neighbours  

If you see my female cat Minou; pink collar and tag (picture attached) could you please text or call me right away and let me know where, so I can retrieve her. 
I’ve been looking for her and calling her on Sasquatch Trail and Wapiti area but no luck so far. She hasn’t been seen in Sasquatch Trail for about a week now. 

Sincere thanks everyone. 

390 Sasquatch Trail 


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OCP Update Meeting Invitation – July 15

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Passing of Naga Terada

It is with great sadness that we hear of the passing of Naga.  Naga & Sue lived on Anarchist Mountain for many years, and were a vibrant part of our community. They decided to move into Osoyoos a few years ago.   Naga was always an inspiration to those who enjoyed his whit, kindness and sense of community. Naga served as a Director on the Anarchist Mountain Community Society for several years providing his guidance and wise counsel. Naga and Sue were the originators of the Anarchist Mountain Silent Auction, that has become part of our annual Summer picnic. That effort has allowed our community to raise many thousands of dollars in support of our Fire Dept.   Naga also was an avid lawn bowler, and helped get many new people into that activity.  Naga & Sue were key founders in getting the Market on Main going in downtown Osoyoos, which continues to this day. Naga fell ill last Sunday (July 5) and passed away peacefully in Penticton last night. Naga was 92. 

Rest peacefully dear friend. You made our lives that much better by knowing you.   Arrangements have not been announced yet.

Your friends on Anarchist Mountain

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Yard Refuse Disposal July 11 2020 – OMEI Wapiti Pit 10:00am to 12:00pm

We would like to thank Ron Palmer and Osoyoos Mountain Estates for working with us to find a location to collect yard refuse.

The site is to be used for the disposal of materials to aid in FireSmarting your property. Last weekend large rocks had been dropped off and this is a safety issue if struck by a vehicle or tractor.

Examples of materials accepted are:

Grass, leaves, needles etc.
Brush, branches etc.
Please Note:

Items being brought in bags, boxes, etc. are to be emptied and the containers taken away.
NO construction debris is to be brought in.
Any abuse of the site will result in its immediate closure.
A member of AMCS/FireSmart committee will open and close the site and also monitor the origin and material coming into the site.

The hours of operation are 10:00am to 12:00pm. The site is located on Wapiti. Turn onto Wapiti and take the first road to the right.

Protocol for running the pit this year will be:

1. Have a single lane of traffic with occupants remaining in vehicle until entry into pit.

2. Allow only 3 vehicles in the pit at a time, when drivers exit they must social distance from each other.

3. We will be asking people to provide their name and address which we will now write down ourselves.


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Garbage/Recycling Pickup Issue

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Today was the first day on Anarchist Mountain of picking up the recyclables in bins.

And it was a mess…. not from wildlife, but from the garbage-pickup-man.

I went down our driveway as soon as the truck went by and he had picked up the garbage and had emptied the bins.

The bin with the attached lid had the lid half way detached; the bin with the loose lid was just thrown, both pieces, to the edge of the road.

Yes, they were emptied, but without care for somebody else’s property (our bins), nor the environment. Any wind can move these bins and lids all over, on the road, in the ditch.

I am disappointed and upset.

Could you, the RDOS, or you, Waste Connection, tell those men how to empty the bins and put them back on the road’s edge in a respectable way? Carefully, with some pride in their job?

Do not let lousy, careless work become the normal!

I hope we can work together on this issue: we as property owners put garbage and recycling neatly at the curb and you, the Waste Connection employees, respect our properties and our bins.

Yours respectfully,

Claudia Punter

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