Kimberley/Cranbrook entertainment listings

What's happening in arts and entertainment this week

Santa Claus visits Cranbrook this Friday.

In the Gallery

Centre 64 Nov. 22 – Dec. 24

Christmas Gift Show

This Invitational Christmas Gift Show features unique and original artworks by many local and regional artists  and artisans.

The annual Christmas Gift Show in the Gallery at Centre 64, this year featuring the work of 16 invited artists and artisans, opened November 22.

A children’s Christmas market will be set up in the adjoining Studio 64 during the reception where small gift items suitable for children to buy as presents will be featured.

Proceeds from this market will go towards the “Give Us  A Lift” Campaign.

 

 

Affordable Art

Key City Theatre Gallery

November 24 to December 22

Find that perfect gift for yourself or a loved one at our popular annual Affordable Art Sale.

All works are originals by well known regional Kootenay artists – many of whom participated in our recent Invitational Artist’s Showcase.

Shop early for best selection.  Gallery hours: Monday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm and during performances.

 

 

Cranbrook Arts Council Nov and Dec show

In the Spirit of Giving

Cranbrook Arts invite you to celebrate the season with local art. The gallery at 1013 Baker St is extremely proud to be displaying work from many of our local artists, more than ever before in fact.  Not only is the gallery well stocked with paintings and photography but felted wool, wood products, jewelry and pottery also adorn the shelves. Featured artists for the months of November and December are Sharon and Joseph Cross. The Gallery will be open ‘til 8:30pm on the evening of November 25th to help celebrate the Santa Claus Parade and Light Up and for the next few Fridays and Saturdays only, you may be lucky in finding a bargain-priced piece of Twice Loved Art in our Weekend Kitchen Sale.

 

 

Roller Derby 101 in November

Roller Derby 101. Learn to skate and join the fun. Information nights to meet the team and learn about roller derby are scheduled for:

• Sunday, Nov. 27, 5 p.m., at Resker Hall in Marysville;

• Monday, Nov. 28, 7 p.m.,  at the Ktunaxa Nation Council gym in Cranbrook.

Learn to skate, no experience necessary. Mondays/Fridays, Dec. 5-16, 7-9 p.m.,  at the Ktunaxa Nation Council gym in Cranbrook.

 

 

Wed. November 23

GoGo Granny Travelogue with Gebhard and Sabine Pfeiffer  ASIA SMILES DIFFERENTLY.

College of the Rockies.

Follow the Pfeiffers’ journey starting in Hanoi and the stunning limestone seascape of Halong Bay, by train to Hue on the Perfume River and by bus to Danong and touristy Hoi An. Fly to Saigon to see the Cu Chi Tunnels. See riverside villages and floating markets on the Mekong Delta and cross the border at Chau Doc into Cambodia to travel from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap with the Angkor Temples & Tonle Sap Lake villages on 6 meter stilts. Admission by donation to the Cranbrook GoGo Grannys

 

 

At the Green Door

Thurs Nov 24th Can. Blues legend Bill Durst Tickets $20 at the Snowdrift

Cranbrook Farmers’ Winter Market Nov. 25, 26 and 27

While families gather on Baker Street under twinkling lights to eagerly await the arrival of Old St. Nick, more than 70 local area food producers and artisans will come together for a festive market celebration.

 

 

November 26th

Home Grown Coffee House

Kimberley ‘s Home Grown Music Coffee House will be on Saturday Nov 26th ,at Centre 664. The show starts at 8 pm sharp and doors open at 7:30 pm. This will be the annual Food Bank Performance, donations of non-perishable food items would be appreciated. All proceeds from this show go to help the Helping Hands Food Bank Christmas campaign. Appearing on stage; Steppin’Out Dancers; Old Spice; Dean Smith Quartet; Beth and Doug Crawley; Barry Garland & Charlie Harding; Daniel Bailey; Darin Welch and Bill St Amand will MC the evening.

Tickets are $8 , available at The SnowDrift Cafe and Centre 64

 

 

Nov 25 – Dec 2

Christmas Village

The First annual Christmas Village at the Baker Street Mall. More than 30 gingerbread and teddy bear displays. All are up for bid with proceeds going to the Cranbrook Boys and Girls Club.

 

 

Annual Santa Claus Parade

Friday, November 25th at 7:00pm

Baker Street, Downtown Cranbrook. Theme: Christmas stories/movies.

Nov. 24-27

Rock of Ages

Mount Baker Wild Theatre students present Rock of Ages (High School Edition), s a jukebox musical comedy with a host of familiar tunes by Steve Perry, Poison, Quiet Riot, Twisted Sister, Joan Jett and a host of others.  Jared Adams as Drew and Jelena Jensen as Sherrie are two kids with a dream of making it in LA in the ‘80s.  Alexander Gilmour is Dennis Dupree, the ex-rocker-turned-owner of the Bourbon Room; Preston Gramm is his faithful bartender Lonny; TJ Moulton is Stacee Jaxx, the once-on-top-of-the-world rocker on his way out, Maria Bolio is Justice, owner of the Venus Room dance club and Isabella Fiorentino is rock activist Anita Bath. Suzanne Coulter and Cedar Gross feature as Hilda and Franz Klinemann, a German mother and son duo who set out to repurpose Sunset Strip into a typically commercial wonderland.

It’s a fun show with a live band on stage! Come on out and even dress up in your favourite ‘80s rocker outfits. It’s a good time out with the friends and coworkers (make a staff party of it). Rock of Ages High School Edition plays November 24-26 at 7:30 and November 27 at 2:30. Tickets are $18/$15 for students and seniors. All performances are at the Key City Theatre and are available at www.keycitytheatre.com.

 

 

Sat. Nov. 26

Elks Birthday party

Saturday November 26th is the November Birthday Dance at The Elks Lodge, come and celebrate all our November birthdays with the us , bring your friends, everyone welcome.

 

 

Thursday, Dec. 1

Rockies Film Series

Rockies Film Series for December is The Dressmaker  Sponsored by Spring Honda. 7 p.m. at the Key City Theatre, tickets available at the Key City Theatre Box Office or Online at keycitytheatre.com or Call 250-426-7006 or at the Door. Starring Kate Winslet, Liam Hemsworth, Judy Davis and Hugo Weaving.  This wickedly comic drama stars Kate Winslet as a worldly dressmaker returning to the Australian backwater that exiled her.

Dec. 3, 4

Symphonic Christmas

The Symphony of the Kootenays is offering two performances of its second concert of the 2016/17 season — “Stealing Back the Holidays” — set for Saturday, Dec. 3 (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday, Dec. 4 (3 p.m.), both at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook.  The program includes:  Winter from Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons (featuring SOTK Associate Concertmaster Jeremy vanDieman); Christmas favourites featuring Nelson singer Allison Girvan; and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” by Dr. Seuss and Albert Hague, featuring Michael Jones and choir.

Thursday, Dec. 8

Christmas concert

The Kimberley Community Band is proud to present its annual Christmas Pops Concert on Thursday December 8 at the Anglican Church Hall.  The show starts at 7:30pm. Come an enjoy a variety of toe tapping favourites. Admission by donation.

 

 

Friday, Dec. 9

Christmas Concert

The Cranbrook Community and Cranbrook Community Band present a Merry Christmas Concert. Cranbrook Alliance Church, 7:30 p.m. Admission $5, children under 16 free.

 

 

Dec. 10 and 11

Sun Valley Song presents “Songs for the Season”

Saturday December 11 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday December 11 at 2:30 p.m. Sun Valley Song joyously presents “Songs of the Season” as part of your Christmas Season.  Enjoy traditional Sacred and Secular selections intermingled with some not as traditional pieces as the choir  performs a full concert of choral music. The concerts take place at Knox Presbyterian Church (corner of Victoria Avenue and 3rd Street South).  Tickets are $10 (adults) & $5 (12 & under).Available at Lotus Books, from choir members or at the door.

 

 

Sat. January 7

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Saturday, January 7 at 7:30 pm in Key City Theatre. Tickets $27

 

 

Lucas Myers – CAMPGROUND

Saturday January 14 at 7:30 pm

Key City Theatre

It may be winter but the Kootenay’s obsession with camping goes all year long! A young man goes missing from a provincial campground while on a personal journey to discover himself. Four people are suspects, despite lack of evidence aside from Facebook posts and the video from the young man’s cell phone, the overzealous detective is undeterred. Was there foul play? More importantly, did someone remember to bring the toilet paper (and the potato salad)? Lucas Myers brings his trademark brand of observational humor and brilliant character work to this examination of the world within a world that can only be found in the CAMPGROUND.

Tickets: $25 | $19 for Members.  Buy online at www.keycitytheatre.com or by phone at 250-426-7006

 

 

Lucas Myers – CAPTAIN FUTURE

Sunday January 15 at 3:00 pm

Key City Theatre

Lucas Myers’ latest creation Captain Future travels back in time to try to save reading from being wiped out by the evil Dr. SamGoogApplesoftsung, who has taken over the world with his devious mixture of highly addictive social networking video game apps!

Using song, puppets, a time machine and a William Shakespeare rap song, it’s up to Myers’ intrepid hero to save the day.

Tickets $10.  Buy online at keycitytheatre.com or by phone 250-426-7006

 

 

Joelle Rabu In Concert

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 at 7:30 pm

Key City Theatre

JOELLE RABU IN CONCERT promises an intimate evening of musicality and theatricality. The concert features songs performed in English, French and Spanish and present a special tribute to a cornucopia of torch song era greats in addition to some moments spiced with laughter. Piaf fans won’t be disappointed!

As one critic summed it up so well: “Rabu is Edith Piaf, Bette Midler and Carole Burnett all rolled into one extraordinary performer.

Tickets $35 | $29 Members | $15 Youth.   Buy online at keycitytheatre.com or by phone 250-426-7006