See the Slocan Ramblers

See the Slocan Ramblers

Know it All – Kimberley/Cranbrook entertainment listings

Fabulous February entertainment for the winter weary

CAROLYN GRANT

IF you have a listing for Know It All, please send to either barry.coulter@cranbrooktownsman.com or carolyn.grant@kimberleybulletin.com.

 

 

Artrageous

in the gallery at Centre 64

3rd Annual Open Art Exhibition “Artrageous” In the gallery from January 31st to February 25th 2017s. Art exhibition by well known Kimberley artist Jim Poch, in the gallery from February 28th to March 25th 2017

 

 

On Now at the Cranbrook Arts Gallery

February 7th to March 3rd. “Good Things Come in Small Packages, The Tiny Things that make Canada Great.” A small display of small artworks is on show in the Gallery along with the regular creative work of many local artists. Any of these little works of art would make great gifts. A reception for this exhibit, to meet the artists will be held Saturday February 11th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

March Call to Artists.  Our March Canada 150 Exhibit will be ‘For the Sport of It.’ It is open to members and we look forward to any pieces including photography and three dimensional work depicting Canadian sport. Pieces must be submitted to The Gallery by Thursday March 2nd.

 

 

Fisher Peak Winter Ale Concert Series

Package: $112.50 for Members, Non-members $125.

All Shows start at 7 pm with the opener.

• Sunday, Feb. 26: Slocan Ramblers

Opener: Clayton Parsons

• Wednesday, March 15: 100 Mile

Opener: Tom Bungay

• Wednesday, April 12: Brian Brons

Opener: Heather Gemmmell

• Wednesday, May 10: Jenny Allen

Opener: Dave Prinn

 

 

Live at Studio 64

Spring Concert series

• Saturday, March 18: Silver Screen Scoundrels (Music, Laughs & Silent Film)

• Wednesday, April 5: Sultans of String (Celtic Reels, Flamenco, Gypsy-Jazz, Arabic, Cuban & South Asian Rhythms)

 

 

PAINT AND PINOT at  the Green door

February 24th, 2017

As the days become longer and warmer the alpine glow grows stronger lets paint the “Ribbons of the Mountain Sky”. In celebration of Spring not far on the horizon come paint mountain silhouettes and vibrant warm skies with Local Artist Christine Simpson.  Included in $75 ticket is all art supplies, art instruction, 1 glass of wine, creatively inspired appetizers, and lots of fun! To register for this event please email greendoorgreen@gmail.com with phone number and any dietary restrictions, or call 250-908-6423. Pre payment is required for this event.

Mostly Mozart

Sat. February 25

Mostly Mozart! with Arne Sahlen at Cranbrook United Church Sat February 25 at 3 pm; at Kimberley United the same evening, 7 pm and Sun Feb 26, 3 pm.  By donation.  Brilliant piano student Emma Penner of Creston will join the Cranbrook event.  Mozart goes with any decor from soiree to symphony hall.  His famous Twinkle variations, two sonatas and more plus readings from his letters will bring the man and his music to life.

For details contact arnesahlen@hotmail.com or 250-427-2159 (cell/text 250-540-4242)

SlOCAN RAMBLERS

Sun. February 26

Opener: Clayton Parsons

Gallery Stage Key City Theatre

The Slocan Ramblers are Canada’s young bluegrass band to watch. Rooted in the tradition, fearlessly creative, and possessing a bold, dynamic sound,  The Slocans (2015 Edmonton Folk Fest Emerging Artist Award recipients), have quickly become a leading light of Canada’s roots music scene, built on their reputation for energetic live shows, impeccable musicianship and their uncanny ability to convert anyone within earshot into a lifelong fan. $27.50 Single Tickets |Series $125 | $112.50 Members   Buy online at keycitytheatre.com or by phone 250-426-7006

 

 

 

Tues. Feb. 28

Have Camera Will Travel…. presents Biking Eastern Canada

Join Chris Ferguson – “Chasing Whales by Bike: Labrador, Newfoundland & Quebec” Slide/Video presentation at Centre 64 on Tuesday, February 28 at 7:30 pm. Admission by Donation to the Kimberley Arts Centre 64.

 

 

Cranbrook Sunrise Rotary, Rockies Film Series and Festival

Landfill Harmonic is opening our 20th Anniversary Rockies Film Festival at the Key City Theatre on Wednesday, March 1st with a Wine & Cheese starting at 6:00 pm, a presentation by the Cranbrook Violin club before the show followed by this great film at 7 pm.  All proceeds from this evening will go directly back to the Hands in Harmony Music park project.

The 20th Anniversary Rockies Film Festival brought to you by the Cranbrook Sunrise Rotary Club continues with the following eight movies, all at the Key City Theatre.

Thursday, March 2nd 7 pm Things to Come, 9 pm  Denial

Friday, March 3rd 7 pm  Julieta,                                    9 pm  Paterson

Saturday, March 4th  1 pm  Operation Avalanche, 3 pm  Mean Dreams,                                     7 pm  Love & Friendship, 9 pm  Manchester by the Sea

Tickets for all movies are $12.00 each. Tickets are available at the Key City by phone 250 426-7006 or online www.keycitytheatre.com or at the Key City Theatre Box Office.

Thank you to our sponsors, EKCCU, BDO, Lotic Environmental, A.C. Dyck Financial and The Bedroom Furniture Galleries for your continued support of the youth in our community.

Wed. March 8

FRANCE & ITALY TRAVELOGUE

 

 

Presented by John Przeczek & Corrinne de Zoete. 7 p.m. at Cranbrook College of the Rockies Room 250. Whether it was the full moon over the Eiffel Tower, gaining an appreciation for the Nebbiolo grape in the Piedmont region of Italy and tasting the “King” of wines, cycling through Tuscany, or seeing the towns of Cinque Terra, we could never have anticipated the rich diversity we experienced. Please join us for our photographs, stories and laughter in support of the Go Go Grannies and the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Admission by donation.

Wed. March 8

Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash Tribute

KEY CITY THEATRE

Western Canada Theatre and Chemainus Theatre Festival is proud to co-produce the ultimate tribute to the iconic Johnny Cash, Ring of Fire. Tickets are $45 | $39 for Key City Theatre members.

Tickets are available at the Key City Theatre Box Office 250-426-7006  and Online at http://www.keycitytheatre.com” www.keycitytheatre.com

 

 

 

 

 

Sat. March 11

A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM: For Kids

Key City Theatre

No need to wait until high school to develop a love of Shakespeare! For K-7 audiences,

Monster Theatre presents a brand-sparkling-new adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s whimsical classic tale about fairies, love potions and talking donkeys. The storytelling masters of Monster Theatre have created a magical performance starring both professional actors and students from local schools. Tickets $10

Buy Online at keycitytheatre.com or phone 250-426-7006

 

 

Sat. March 11

Home Grown

The next Kimberley Home Grown Music Coffee House will be at Centre 64 March 11th, doors open at 7:30 pm and show starts at 8 pm sharp. Tickets $8 and are available at The Snowdrift Café and at Centre 64.

Line up for the evening features Selkirk Jazz Choir; Jeff Pew; Students of Arne Sahlen; Marta Zeegers; Tucks Troubadours; Emilio Regina

 

 

Fri. March 17

Art Movie

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

 

 

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