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2023 Festivals & Events Brochure

Nelson Culture Days

Nelson Nelson

Culture Days is a national celebration of arts and culture. At the end of each September, millions of people attend thousands of free participatory arts and culture events across the country both in-person and online. Culture Days programs invite the public to get hands-on and behind-the-scenes to highlight the importance of arts and culture in […]


Don’t Dress for Dinner

The Studio Stage Door 11 11th Ave. S., Cranbrook

Cranbrook Community Theatre is pleased to present "Don't Dress for Dinner" written by Marc Camoletti and adapted for the stage by Robin Hawdon. This farcical comedy, directed by Patrick Baranowski and produced by Janice Marschner, will be performed on October 13, 14, 19-22*, 25-28 at the Studio Stage Door in Cranbrook BC. The play's main […]

Dinner for the Cultured Soul

The Nineteenth Restaurant 1602 Aaron Rd, Castlegar, BC, Canada

October 28, 2023 at The Nineteenth Restaurant. Join your friends for a fundraiser for the Kootenay Gallery of Art, and enjoy a catered four-course meal including an array of appetizers and a complimentary glass of bubbly. Live music provided by the Rob Funk Duo, and don’t forget to bring your wallet to bid on our […]


Carol Wallace: ‘Give or Take a Few Million Years’

Nelson Museum, Archives & Gallery 502 Vernon Street, Nelson, Canada

“In retrospect, I feel like my work as a geologist was, in fact, my art education.” Give or Take a Few Million Years reflects Carol Wallace’s experience with the ridgelines and landscapes of her past life through drawings, paintings, and textiles that build a dreamlike, otherworldly exhibition worth delving into. Geologic imagery is stitched and inked […]


‘Elevation’ exhibition opening

Nelson Museum, Archives & Gallery 502 Vernon Street, Nelson, Canada

This four-seasons backyard playground produced world-class athletes, built a tourism economy, and hosts adventurers from around the world. Beyond celebration, we explore the resounding environmental impact, the elitism of mountain sports, land and resource use, and more. Elevation presents a balanced approach to mountain life. Elevation opens Friday, November 24 with a reception from 7-9 […]