Kimberley First Saturdays schedule of events

A full schedule of tomorrow’s activities

Kimberley Celebrates Summer

First Saturday July 7th 2018

Platzl Area

Rotary Pancake Breakfast

9-11am Breakfast in the Platzl

10am- 3pm Silent Auction

Support the ongoing of First Saturdays in the community

3rd Annual Kimberley Bed Race

10:30am Centre64

Get your team together and support a great cause. Beds provided.

Proceeds to the Take a Seat campaign.

Live Entertainment in the Gazebo

11am-4pm

11am Kimberley Community Band

12 noon Ed King’s Family Band

1pm Kevin Martin

2 pm Note-Able Folk

3pm Shevah

Art Avenue – Artists at Work

Art market Art Market:

~ Rene Farwig, Wasa artist

~ Shannon Fraser, Batik work

~ Kootenay Makers

~ Sara Jane Designs, Handmade Greeting Cards

~ Walter Tattrie

~ Maxine Dodd

~ Darlene Young

Kimberley Library – Imagination Station

– Spring hatch of farm birds

– Face painting

Art Workshops: Stop by and Try 12pm-3:00pm

Andrea Revoy – fibre art junkie

Demonstrations – Artist in Action at Centre 64

Jerrod Bondy certified circus arts educator – learn basic circus skills; how to juggle, clubs, rings, as well as flower sticks and diablos. Free – suitable for ages 10+. Equipment supplied. Classes at 2-2:50 and 3- 3:50 pm. Jerrod will also be in the Platzl.

Interactive Story Wall: Help us create a Kimberley story

Around Town:

Gateway to Nature Hike – Kimberley Nature Park 9 am

Pop-up Market-Elks Hall 11- 3pm

GoGo Strawberry Desserts at Chateau Kimberley 12- 3pm – $10

Reservations required for large groups

Centre 64 – Art Exhibit Opening 2- 4pm

“Atomic Rays and Scattered Light” by Howard Roo & Tova Main

Kimberley Mining Underground Railway -11am,1pm, 3 pm

Marysville Artisans – Artisan Market 11am-5pm

Kimberley Heritage Museum 9 am – 430 pm

Evening:

One Light Town Concert

Outdoor Centre 64 Stage

5:30pm – BBQ by the Elks

Refreshment Garden

Free – All Ages – Community Concert

(donations gratefully accepted)

6:00 pm – Tucks Troubadours’

7:30 pm – Mile High Club

Bring your own chairs, blankets and dress for the weather.

No outside alcohol allowed

More Information

Check out the facebook page Firstsaturdayskimberley or the website kimberleyfirstsaturday.ca for all the details.

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