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Kohan Reflection Garden

The Kohan Reflection Garden is located on the southern limits of  New Denver, BC by Centennial Park and is open year round. Entrance is by donation. The gardens are volunteer run; contributions towards this work are always welcome.

The Garden concept is that of a "strolling garden" where visitors can experience many different opportunities for contemplation and reflection.  

This garden was created, in 1989, by Ray Nikkel, of the Slocan Lake Garden Society, to honour the Japanese-Canadian citizens forcibly interned in New Denver during W.W. II.

The Garden also hosts many international visitors, photographers, and artists. As well, it is a popular venue for concerts, art exhibits, weddings, and memorials.