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in the gallery at Centre 64
Art exhibition and sale by well known Kimberley artist Jim Poch, in the gallery from February 28th to March 25th 2017
On Now at the Cranbrook Arts Gallery
March 7 - 31
For the Sport of It: Sporting art by members. Opening Reception: March 11, 2 - 4 p.m. Next up in April is the Youth Adjudicated Show.
Fri. March 17
Centre 64 continues the ART MOVIE nights program on Friday, March 17 at 7:30 pm with Ansel Adams: Photographer and Environmentalist. This Documentary is an intimate portrait of the great artist and environmentalist. Light snacks provided. No host bar. Admission by donation to Kimberley Arts Centre 64
Sat. March 18, 19
St. Paddy’s at the Elks
This week it’s all about the Irish. Mar. 18 St. Patty’s Day dance with Oak Republic $10. 00 available at Big Magic t-shirts.
Mar.19 St. Patty’s novice fun spiel. Never curled before, this is your chance to give it a try. $25.00 ea. Includes coffee & muffins, pizza, three 4 end games and prizes for best costumed player and team.
Sat. March 18
Silver Screen Scoundrels
On Saturday, March 18, a group of a different kind will bring music, laughs, and a silent movie to the stage and screen of the Centre 64 theatre when the Silver Screen Scoundrels come to town. This duo features Brendan Isaac, winner of the 2014 Maple Leaf Blues award as best acoustic blues performer in Canada, and upright bass player Keith Picot, who won the Maple Leaf Blues award as best bass player in Canada in 2011.
Concert starts at 8 p.m. and tickets for the whole series or individual concerts are available from Centre 64 (250-427-4919) or at eastkootenaysnapd.com.
March 21 - 24
March 28 - 31
Spring Break Art Camps
Presented by the Cranbrook and District Arts Council, join Colleen Routley for camps for kids ages 7 through 14 during Spring Break. Students will have fun with paper mache, painting, drawing, mixed media, fabric and more. For info and registration, visit Cranbrook Arts, 1013 Baker Street or call 250-426-4223.
Spring Break at Blue Lake
Looking for something fun
WINTER OUTDOOR YOUTH LEADERSHIP
MARCH 26TH TO APRIL 1ST, 2017
AGES 14 - 18
How do you plan to spend your spring break? Why not unplug and become a part of a tightly knit team of outdoor leaders while you learn more about leadership skills, the winter outdoors and yourself on an exciting winter wilderness adventure!
SPRING BREAK CAMP
MARCH 26TH TO APRIL 1ST, 2017
AGES 6 - 14
Spring Break Camp provides an “unplugged” experience in the Rocky Mountain winter. The beautiful setting of Blue lake offers unique programming that supports youth to have fun while developing lifelong skills and realizing the best in the themselves and others. Spring Break Camp offers traditional camp programs with highlighted activities related to winter recreations. Blue Lake is one of a kind in our community offering activities such as, skating, broom ball, nature hikes, snow studies, camp fires and more. Blue Lake provides youth with the opportunity to connect and engage with nature and each other in ways that build confidence, improve social skills and foster independence and leadership - all while having fun.
250-426-3676 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed. March 22
BOBBY BAZINI – Guest:Gabrielle Schonk
Key City Theatre
Quick. Which Canadian artist’s debut album went platinum this year? Besides the rapper Drake, we mean. The answer is Bobby Bazini, a Montreal-area singer-songwriter with a magician-like name who’s trying to make good his escape from Quebec, where the bulk of the 80,000 copies of Better in Time were sold. If you haven’t heard of him yet, you will soon. The 21-year-old does not take his own advice. His planned ascent is steeply graded, and his time is rapidly approaching.
Tickets $35 | $29 Key City Theatre Members | $15 Students
Buy Online at keycitytheatre.com or phone 250-426-7006
March 24 and 25
Friday night opens with live music by Dawson Rutledge and starts with a presentation by alpinist, author and magazine editor Brandon Pullan. The first 8 films run Friday followed by the 2017 Community Slideshow.
The festival continues Saturday with music by Hot Muck, a presentation by career ski bum Powder Matt, the second set of films, prizes and the Community Show. A handful of vendors will be on hand Saturday including local artist Jen Creasy, Big Magic design and Rocky Mountain Books.
For the full film line up, tickets and information, please visit www.dirtbagfestival.com, find us on facebook or follow us on instagram @ekdirtbaggery
Have Camera Will Travel.... presents Iceland Join Janice Strong - “Trek in Iceland’s Highlands”. Slide presentation at Centre 64 on Tuesday, March 28 at 7:30 pm. Admission by Donation to the Kimberley Arts Centre 64.
Mar 31 April 1
Mini Book Sale
Friends of the Cranbrook Public Library will hold a Mini Book Sale in the Manual Training School adjacent to the Library. Friends members only may attend Friday, March 31st from 5 pm to 7 pm. Everyone is welcome Sat. April 1st from 9 am to 4 pm. Come and find your summer reading: gardening, outdoor pursuits, fiction, mystery, children’s books and more. Donations of books, DVDs & CDs in good condition are being accepted at the circulation desk in the Library. Info call Marilyn 250-489-6254.
Wed. April 5
Sultans of String
The Sultans of String return to Kimberley on Wednesday, April 5 to perform in the Centre 64 theatre. This vibrant world music band appeared in Kimberley several years ago, performing school and public concerts to great acclaim. The Sultans have been winning awards since 2007 including the 2016 Canadian Folk Music Award for World Group of the Year for their latest CD album, Subcontinental Drift, on which sitar master, Anwar Khurshid, is a special guest. Khurshid will appear with bandleader and violinist Chris McKhool and the rest of the group when they perform at Centre 64 on April 5.
Sat. April 15
Grease Dance and Sing Along Party at Centre 64
Watch the movie, sing along, dance, laugh, and enjoy a drink or two. Remember that wonderful night in Greece in December of last year? Different movie, same kind of fun Saturday, April 15th, 7pm at Studio 64. Tickets are $12 and will soon be available at Centre 64: 250-427-4919
Key City Theatre is 25
Save the date as Key City Theater promises a Spectacular Spectacular anniversary celebration. 6 p.m. at the theatre. Details to follow.
One of the top tribute acts in North America will be making another stop at Cranbrook’s Key City Theatre, June 3.. The Lonely is a highly acclaimed tribute to all-time music great Roy Orbison. The show is coming back by popular demand for an encore performance following their sold out show last spring at the Key. Tickets for THE LONELY-A TRIBUTE TO ROY ORBISON go on sale Friday March 10th, at the Key City theatre box office or by calling 250-426-7006 or buy your tickets on line @keycitytheatre.com All seats are reserved and priced at only $42.00 all inclusive. Fans are .urged to get their tickets early to avoid disappointment.