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by Shara JJ Cooper on Friday Jan 22 2016
Just want to give you a heads up that the date of our upcoming Spotlight Films presentation of Brooklyn has been pushed back a week.  It will be screening on Tuesday, February 2nd and not...
by Contributor on Friday Jan 22 2016

Gallery 2 is excited to be presenting the first two exhibitions of 2016. Local(i)ty 2, curated by Carin Covin, presents the work of artists Nora Curiston, Laura Widmer and Brenda Feist in the Reid and West Galleries. This ambitious exhibition includes work in diverse media from all three artists that explore connection to place, with particular emphasis on artists working in...

by RCAC on Wednesday Jan 06 2016

CBC calls Trent Arterberry’s physical comedy gifts “amazing”

Trent Arterberry brings extraordinary mime and theatre work to two of his original shows at The Charles Bailey Theatre Saturday Jan 16 and Sunday January 17.   A fine way to beat the mid-January blahs!

Saturday January 16 at 7:30----Funny and thought provoking, ‘My Impractical Life’...

by Contributor on Thursday Dec 31 2015

The Shatford Centre/Okanagan School of the Arts is preparing to host a stimulating weekend for writers and aspiring authors with the first annual Okanagan Valley Writer's Festival, April 8 to 9. Offerings include workshops and panel discussions on various aspects of writing, selling and marketing fiction and nonfiction in a range of genres—plus poetry, songs, and screenplays.

“We...

by Castlegar Source on Tuesday Dec 22 2015

Castlegar has a new event being staged on Family Day called the International Culture Day, a fundraiser supporting the Castlegar Refugee Project.

Slated for Feb. 8 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at the Complex, International Culture Day will give area residents of all backgrounds and traditions an opportunity to showcase their cultures through displays, dancing, music, food, ethnic clothing and...

by Sara Golling on Sunday Dec 20 2015

The Flying Steamshovel will be hosting two notable shows in February:  Juno Award-winnning "Old Man Luedecke" performs there on February 2nd, and Juno-Award nominee "Yukon Blonde" performs on February 10th.

Old Man Luedecke won Juno Awards in 2009 and 2011, both for "Traditonal Folk Album of the Year," and was nominated again in 2012.   Chris...

by Llora McTeer on Friday Dec 11 2015

This year’s Silver City Nite, held Dec. 5, was by all accounts a spectacular success. The event continues to grow each year, and the city plans to continue the annual tradition well into the future, according to Andrea Jolly, City of Trail communication and events coordinator

With the milder weather the area has been experiencing, all attending organizations enjoyed larger crowds than...

by Bob Hall on Tuesday Dec 08 2015

Burgeoning Selkirk College talent will shine in an eclectic night of entertainment when Contemporary Music & Technology Program students hit the stage at Nelson’s Spiritbar on December 18.

The traditional Christmas Break Show features student-based bands that have been toiling for several weeks in preparation for a night that will throw a spotlight on talent and hard work.

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by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Dec 02 2015

That’s right! Only two more sleeps until the city’s premiere holiday hoopla Friday night, an event designed to delight all ages and kick off the holiday season in Castlegar.

It all starts at 5:30 p.m. with the Rec Rockers (dancers between the ages of three and five) taking the stage to wow the crowds and warm them up for the really big show, the Parade of Lights, which starts...

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Dec 02 2015

Some confusion is plaguing residents after the Castlegar and District Recreation Commission unveiled a draft master plan at two open houses on Monday.

The plan (which can be viewed in its entirety online by clicking here ) is a weighty document of 212 pages, and includes the majority...

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