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In the gallery at Centre 64

Artrageous, Open Exhibition. June 5 to 30. Exhibition opening reception June 8, 7 to 9 p.m. Some Artrageous awards have been announced. The Nola Jean Artrageous Courageous Award 2018, saluting a woman who was loved & admired in the arts community. First Prize – $400 “(The) LBD’s” by Lori Reid (Malorit). “Runner Up” prizes – $150 each, “Wonderment” by Lori Craig, “Grand Palais” by Birgit Gutsche, “The Hairy Monster Sisters of Chaos” by Andrea Revoy. Up next in the gallery, “Atomic Rays and Scattered Light” by Howard Roo and Tova Main, from July 3 to 28.

Call for Entries

Open Adjudicated Art Exhibition, July 31 – August 25. 20 18. Established artists: I st prize – $300, 2nd prize – $250, 3rd prize – $200, Honourable mentions: -$150 I Emerging artists: I st prize – $175, 2nd prize – $150, 3rd prize – $125, Honourable mentions – $100. People’s Choice Award – $150. Entry Fees: Established $30 I st artwork, $15 each 2nd and 3rd artworks. Emerging $25 I st artwork, $10 each 2nd and 3rd artworks. The deadline for entries is July 28. 2018 I Any medium accepted. More details on entry form available at Centre 64: 250-427-4919 or kimberleyarts@gmail.com

Call for artists

The artwork that is currently adorning the walls in Studio 64 will be put up for auction at the Fall Concert Series 2018. All proceeds will go to the Live@Studio64 committee and will help enhance the Live@Studio64 concert series experience. We are looking for artists to create new paintings for Studio 64 Are you interested in donating your talent and time to Live@Studio64 by creating a music inspired painting? Please give us a call: 250-427-4919 or send us an email: kimberleyarts@gmail.com!

Latin Dance Nights, Centre 64

30 min. introductory lesson and social dance night to follow (Salsa, Bachata, Merengue). Every 2nd and 4th Friday, April – June | 7 pm | drop-in $8. All skill levels | Beginners welcome! | Singles & couples.

Kimberley Nature Park hikes

Sunday, June 17 at 10 am – “Father’s Day Hike” with Randy McLeod (250 427-0116). Meet at Higgins Street entrance for a 3-hour hike.

Friday, June 22 at 6 pm – “Poetry in the Park” with Helen Robertson (778 484-1998) and Shinobu Murata for Haiku 101. Meet at Swan Avenue for 3-hour hike with poetry stops. Bring your favorite poem to share, also pen and paper.

June 14 – 17

Sam Steele Days

Cranbrook’s big weekend is coming up. Events begin Thursday, June 14 with breakfasts and barbecues. Those continue Friday and the ball tournament and soccer tournaments get underway. The Sweetheart Youth Ambassador Pageant begins Friday at 7:30 p.m. Saturday has more bbqs and breakfasts, the annual parade at 10:30 a.m.; beach volleyball; community talent showcase; the Strongman Classic; bocce; A Taste of Sam Steele, the Sam Steele Market and many events at Sam Steel Central at the Fairgrounds. On Sunday, the ball and soccer tournaments conclude; there’s a NW Mounted Police heritaqge demonstration; road hockey; live music and dance and so much more. For a full calendar of events see samsteeledays.org/event/

Beginning Saturday, June 16

Jaffray-Baynes Lake Farmers’ Market

Every Saturday morning through the summer, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Baynes Lake Community Centre. Honey, meat adn sausages, knitted items, baked goods, garden produce, B.C. fruit, wood crafts, toys, planters, Watkins products, stained glass, ceramics, perennial plants and herbs, children’s and adults clothing, hand-crafted items and much more. Further info 250-429-3519.

Saturday, June 16

Shaun Majumder at Key City Theatre

Show starts at 7:30 p.m. Shaun Majumder, host and Gemini Award- winning actor/comedian will bring his own special brand of comedy to the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook on June 16th. Majumder has gained national acclaim in the past while, by being the co-host of CBC’s “This hour has 22 Minutes,” but he also has appeared on 24, Cedric the Entertainer, and has hosted the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival TV series for three seasons.

Friday, June 22

The Comic Strippers at Key City Theatre

Show time 8 p.m. A male stripper parody and improv comedy show. Your favourite comedy bodies are back with a new show, more moves and even quicker wits. A show for all genders, 19 plus. Warning! No extreme nudity, just extreme hilarity.

Saturday June 30th

Have you saved your seat?

The campaign for new seats for the theatre at Centre 64 has started. The committee is very planning ways to accomplish supplying 125 new seats for the theatre. The first event is Saturday June 30th a Garage Sale at Centre 64 9-1 pm. Donations of good quality, clean, reusable items are appreciated, can be dropped off or arrange for pick up prior to the 28th of June.for information please call Centre 64 at 250-427-4919

Summer Sounds and Dancing in the Park

Rotary Park Cranbrook

Every Saturday from July 7 to August 25, 6 to 10 p.m. Featuring Sheva, The Choice, Keith Larson, East West Connection, Clayton and Joelle, Ruckus, Dave Prinn, Holly and John quartet, Velle, BAnd of Broth4ers, Landon Schira, Mile High Club, Note-able Folk, Tick Magnets, The Usual Suspects. Presented by the Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society.

Wed. June 20

Melody Diachun at the Stage Door

Award-winning Canadian vocalist-songwriter Melody Diachun and her band are set to perform in Cranbrook at The Stage Door on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. The show is the first BC date of their Get Back to the Groove Tour 2018, which simultaneously marks both the release of a new recording and the launch of a new label.

July 7

Kimberley Bed Race

This event has been growing in the past couple of years and proceeds from team registrations and the bedpan pocket change collection will all go to the Take A Seat Campaign. This is a fun event where teams of five (5) race down Deer Park Ave in elimination heats to claim some amazing prizes and the title of Kimberley Bed Race winner on our custom trophy. Entry is limited to 8 teams, and it’s only $80 to enter. Contact Centre 64 for more details. 250-427-4919.

July 8

Kimberley Art and Garden Tour

Bloom Where You Are Planted. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tour a variety of private gardens and enjoy the artistry of our local talents demonstrating their skills on location. Ticket price $20 (including refreshments) soon to become available at Centre 64.

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