Enjoy an evening of jazz with Take Four at the Kimberley Elks Club on November 23.

Upcoming events in Kimberley/Cranbrook

In the gallery at Centre 64

Healing Arts

Now in the gallery, We Paint in Harmony exhibition by the We Paint Group. October 22 to November 16. Tuesday to Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m Next up the annual Invitational Christmas Gift Show and Sale, an ongoing gallery exhibition. November 19 to December 24.

On going at Centre 64

Kimberley and District Guild of Fibre Artists, meetings every Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m.

We Paint painting group meetings begin in October, every second, third and fourth Wednesday 7 p.m. Studio 64.

Kimberley Writers Group. Every Thursday from 12 to 2 p.m. in the meeting room at Centre 64.

Upcoming Workshops at Cranbrook Arts:

Register for these wonderful classes at Cranbrook Arts 1013 Baker Street or call and register 250-426-4223

November 9th 10-4 Barb Guillen is facilitating a Nuno Felted Scarf Workshop at the Cranbrook Arts 1401 5th Street North Location. You will leave with a beautiful scarf in hand at the end of the day. All materials included. Bring a lunch.

Latin Dance Nights at Studio 64

Starting October 24, Latin dance instruction is back at Studio 64. Introductory lessons are by donation. Every Thursday, Oct. 24, Nov. 7 and 21, Dec. 5. 7 p.m. $8 minimum donation.

Wednesday, October 30 Key City Theatre Gallery Stage

The Young’uns

Tickets $35 | $29 Big Ticket | $25 Big Ticket PLUS. On the intimate Gallery Stage. Teesside trio The Young’uns have always had the human touch. In the space of little more than a decade – and just five years after giving up their day jobs – they have become one of UK folk music’s hottest properties and best- loved acts.

Women for Women

November 1 Studio 64

Second Annual women’s event at Studio 64. Enjoy wine and cheese, no host bar. Tickets $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Raise a glass to support the arts. Applications from artisan vendors for the event are now being accepted. Deadline is September 30. Contact Centre 64 for application forms. 250-427-4919.

Sat. Nov. 2 Heritage Inn Cranbrook

Guitarist Ken Hamm

Ken Hamm acoustic blues with Jon Bisset. Presented by Lazy Crow Promotions. Doors open 6 p.m. show at 7:05 at the Studio Lounge Heritage Inn. 803 Cranbrook St. N. Tickets $20 advance, $25 at the door.

Sat. November 2

Locals Coffee House

Studio Stage Door Cranbrook

7:30 pm sharp. Tickets will be available for purchase at Huckleberry Books starting Friday Oct. 18th. The show will almost certainly sell out, so be sure to get your tickets early to avoid being disappointed.

Line-Up: Lu Williams, Larry Mackenzie, Blarney Pilgrims, Maddisun, Beth Gartside, Van Redecopp

Tuesday, November 5

A Simple Space: Gravity and Other Myths

7:30 pm 8:30 pm. Tickets: $45 Regular | $39 Big Ticket | $35 Big Ticket Plus. $55 VIP On Stage Experience. Seven acrobats push their physical limits without reserve; this performance is simultaneously raw, frantic and delicate. . A Simple Space evokes real responses in audiences, something visceral rather than cerebral. Supported by driving live percussion and presented so intimately that you can feel the heat, hear every breath, and be immersed in every moment.

Thursday, November 14

Arts Club: Bed and Breakfast

Key City Theatre

A comedy about being out and finding home. When Brett inherits a family estate, he and his partner, Drew, move to a quiet little tourist town to set up a B&B. But will these big city boys face friction in their new community?

Saturday, November 16

Colin Linden at Key City Theatre

Colin Linden is a genuine renaissance man of roots music. He’s a member of the highly successful trio, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, a singer and songwriter, an in-demand and prolific record producer, musical director on the hit TV show Nashville and sideman to the stars as guitarist for the likes of Bob Dylan, Bruce Cockburn, Emmylou Harris, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.

November 21 – 23

23rd Rockies Film Festival at the Key City Theatre.

All Tickets $12 each.

Purchase your tickets online at www.keycitytheatre.com or by phone 250-426-7006 or at the box office.

Thursday, November 21 6:30 pm – Gordon Lightfoot – If you could read my mind ( 90 mins)

Thursday, November 21 8:30 pm – Sometimes, Always, Never (90 mins)

Friday, November 22 6:30 pm – Brittany Runs A Marathon (104 mins)

Friday, November 22 8:30 pm – Maiden ( 97 mins)

Saturday, November 23 1:00 pm – Parasite (131 mins)

Saturday, November 23 6:30 – 7:30 Wine and Cheese Social (no host bar)

Saturday, November 23 7:30 pm – The Farewell (98 mins)

Saturday, November 23

Take Four – An evening of jazz favourites

Kimberley Elks Club

Enjoy an evening of jazz music in the friendly Kimberley Elks Club.

Have Camera Will Travel travelogues return

Travelogues at Centre 64 theatre begin November 26 with India and Terry Anne Wilson. January 28 Summer Adventures with Lyle Grisedale; February 25 Vietnam with Julie-Anne Davies; March 24 The High Arctic with Craig Beattie; April 28 East Kootenay with Janice Strong.

Fall Jazz and Blues Concert Series Studio 64

Andrea Superstein

November 23

Concert number three in the fall series. Tickets $24 to $28, members pay less. Tickets available at Centre 64 or eastkootenay.snapd.com

Sunday, November 24

Key City Theatre

The Huron Carole

The Huron Carole is a seasonal music tradition spanning 3 decades touring from coast to coast to coast. Expect an evening of contemporary and signature Christmas music along with stories creatively crafted by Tom Jackson and his ensemble of musicians. The tour travels to 15 cities raising funds for local food banks and family service agencies.

Friday, Jan. 3

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival

Hot on the heels of the flagship festival held every fall in Banff, the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour hits the road. Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook is excited to be hosting the event and the spirit of outdoor adventure it will bring, to Cranbrook’s Key City Theatre on Friday, January 3, and Saturday, January 4, 2020. Weekend passes ($50) and one night passes ($30) go on sale at the Key City Theatre Box Office on Friday, November 1, for the two night film event. Attendees are treated to distinct lineups each evening, highlighting award winning films from the Banff event.

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