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We’ll be celebrating BC Heritage Week with entry by donation – from Tuesday to Sunday, February 20 to 25th. This year’s theme is “Layer By Layer” – and boy, do we have layers to showcase with Red Mountain in our mining and skiing history exhibits – including our newly launched Digital Museums Canada virtual exhibit […]
Montreal-based bassist RJ LeBlanc’s new project, HEYDAY, consists of five of Montreal’s most versatile and prolific musicians: Erika Angell (voice), Jérôme Beaulieu (keyboards), Kevin Warren (drums), Nicolas Ferron (guitar) and RJ LeBlanc (bass). The group has a wide range of influences—from post-rock to RnB and beyond—with the spirit of jazz as a common thread. It […]
Looking to explore art and creativity with the little kiddo in your life? The instructor, Erin Shuttleworth, will prepare projects focused on process and sensory activities that engage your preschoolers with colour, texture, and fun! Please be aware that this class gets messy, so send children in comfortable play clothes. Children ages 2-5 yrs old […]
The Trail & District Arts Council presents Ballet Jörgen’s Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet®, a uniquely Canadian story at The Bailey Theatre on Tuesday, February 27 at 7:00 pm. The creation of Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet® is monumental for Canada’s Ballet Jörgen as it is the first time the beloved […]
This bi-weekly club, facilitated by comic artist Erin Shuttleworth, encourages inquisitiveness and exploration, with a supportive environment and topics to focus activities. Participants will experiment with materials, style and subject matter to develop their confidence and support future artistic growth. When: Wednesdays (bi-weekly) 3:30pm-4:30pm Duration: Jan 17-May 22, 2024 (No classes during Spring Break) Age: 7 – 10 […]
Local author Melanie Maure’s new novel takes place in Ireland and Canada—and like her protagonists, orphaned twins Aelish and Isabel McGuire—the author has roots in both. The Sisters of Belfast, published this month by HarperCollins, is a tale of estrangement and reunion set to launch in two special Nelson events. The inaugural event happens at […]
Want to learn and practice dancing Argentine Tango? We host a weekly mini-lesson and practica at Christie Lee’s Hall in Fairview. The guided portion from 7:30-8:15 has a different host and topic each week (check our Facebook page for host and topic announcements). We have an open practice after the lesson until 9:30pm. Dancers of […]
Anomalie is the live electronic project of Nicolas Dupuis, a classically trained keyboardist and producer based in Montreal, QC. He’s at once a piano virtuoso, a keyboard whiz, and a skilled producer and songwriter that has toured worldwide and performed at the likes of Red Rocks and Electric Forest Festival. Rising to worldwide fame after the […]
As well as being extremely enjoyable hula hoop dancing (flowetry) has many benefits for our mental and physical health. Flowetry can assist us in things like connecting to the world to ourselves and to each other on a psychological and spiritual level and it’s a great way to move your body and stay fit! Join […]
This bi-weekly club has a different theme per session. Participants will explore a variety of materials to gain confidence in their art making, building a sketchbook to reflect their growth as an artist. Themes include: Watercolour, Clay & 3D Art, Repainting Thrifted Art, and Paper Mosaic. When: Thursdays (bi-weekly) 3:30pm-4:30pm Duration: Jan 18-May 23, 2024 (Note that […]