Know it All – June 7

Cranbrook Kimberley entertainment listings

Ron James brings his comedy to Key City Theatre on June 17.

Thurs. June 8

At the Green Door

Lion Bear Fox trio. Outstanding songwriting, vocals and performance. Mumfordesque and amusing too.

Thurs. June 8 & 22

Seniors Celebrate Canada 150

Come laugh, share your story and celebrate Canada. 10:30 to 12 at the Cranbrook Seniors Hall, 125 17 Ave. S. Free. Wear red and white and be entered to win prizes. Call Carey 778-517-5123

Friday, June 9

At the Green Door

Sondwriter Myrie

Symphony of the Kootenays

Return to a Night at the Movies program.. Something for everyone.. June 10th @ McKim Theatre, Kimberley

Vivaldi – Summer Strauss – Also Sprach Zarathustra Wagner – Ride of the Valkyries Grieg – Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 Boccherini – La Musica Notturna di Madrid Strauss – On The Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz Offenbach – Orpheus in the Underworld Rossini – Wilhelm Tell Overture Williams – Jurassic Park Schifrin – Mission: Impossible Theme Custer – Themes From 007 Morricone – Gabriel’s Oboe Williams – Raiders March Barry – Dances With Wolves Custer – Star Trek Through the Years Zimmer – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Sat. June 10

Stages School of Dance

25th year end red carpet gala performance. 7 p.m. at Key City Theatre

Thurs. June 15

At the Green Door

Return of the Winnipeg wunderkids The Racket a three piece indie/funk group touring with friend band The Sophistocrats.

Fri. June 16

Screening of Inhabit at Stage Door

Community Screening of INHABIT: A Permaculture Perspective, Friday June 16th

Cranbrook, BC – Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook is proud to offer a community screening of “INHABIT: A Permaculture Perspective” at Cranbrook’s Studio Stage Door on Friday, June 16th.

Jaffray-Baynes Lake

Farmers Market

Starting Saturday, June 17th, and held Every Saturday morning throughout the summer at the Baynes Lake Community Center. Hours:- 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Featuring:- Honey, Meat and Sausages, Knitted Items, Baked Goods, Garden Produce, B.C. Fruit, Wood Crafts, Toys, Planters, Watkins Products, Stained Glass, Ceramics, Perennial Plants and Herbs, Childrenąs and Adults Clothing, Hand-crafted Items, plus much, much more!!

For further information, phone 1- 250- 429-3519.

Sat. June 17

Key City Theatre

Ron James

Award-winning comedian RON JAMES has been selling out theatres for 15 years with his marathon, side-splitting, kinetically charged performances. Marshaling a comedian’s eye for satire and a writer’s ear for language, Ron takes his audience on a breath-taking, non-stop roller coaster ride, cutting a wide swath through contemporary culture with his razor-sharp ribald wit, uncompromising standards and unique, poetically honed delivery. A stand-out amongst ‘stand-ups’…

Sunday, June 18

Father’s Day Hike

Kimberley Nature Park

with Rand Davis (250-520-2019) Meet at Swan Street entrance at 10 am for a 2-3 hour hike. Bring water and snack.

June 20 to 24

Turner and Adler Productions present Deathtrap

A play by Ira Levin, Centre 64, Kimberley. Tickets $20, available at Snowdrift Cafe, Kimberley and Lotus Books, Cranbrook.


Friday June 23 at 8:00 pm


A show for all genders 19+ only. A fictitious male stripper troupe, played by a cast of some of Canada’s best improvisational comedians, performs a sexylarious improv comedy show.

These guys try to be sexy… it just comes out funny. Come and join the explosion of ridiculousness that was the smash hit of the Adelaide Fringe in Australia and has recently been selling out theatres all over Canada and the US.

Guys, you should come too. Don’t worry our comedy bodies will make you look good.

WARNING! No extreme nudity, just extreme hilarity

Tickets $39 | $34 Groups of 6 or more

Buy Online at or phone 250-426-7006

Saturday, July 1

Gateway to Nature Hike

Kimberley Nature Park

with Glenda Johnson (250-427-4000)

Every Saturday, July & August, Riverside Campground entrance . 9 a.m.

2.5 hour moderate guided interpretive hike

Sunday, July 9

Into the Tora Bora

Kimberley Nature Park

with Struan Robertson (250-427-5048)

Meet at the Matthew Creek turn-off, (6.8 km) on St. Mary’s Lake Rd., at 9 am for a drive

up to Horse Barn Valley and a 3 hour hike up into the mysterious Tora Bora Valley

where we may see a Pika. After a snack, we will return over the new Ridge Trail, thus

completing the Tora Bora Loop. Bring water and a snack.

Sunday, July 16

Hike for Young Families

Kimberley Nature Park

with Sherrin Perrouault (250-427-2694)

Get the kids into the Nature Park and enjoy an easy 2 hour walk to Eimer’s Lake and

back. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Meet at the Higgins Street entrance

at 10 am.



July 24-28 8:30 am to 12 noon

A great introduction to theatre. Fun, laughter and a play!

Facilitated by Bethany Turcon

Registration: $99

Buy Online at or phone 250-426-7006


FOR AGES 12-16

July 24-28 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm

No Script. No Safety Net. One Suitcase

The focus is on the individual talents each student brings.

Facilitated by Bethany Turcon

Registration: $99

Buy Online at or phone 250-426-7006

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