Monthly Archives: July 2019

Bruce Cockburn, Music in the Park and more!

Trail & District Arts Council presents Kootenay Savings Music in the Park Holly Hyatt Gyro Park, Trail Thursday August 1, 7:00 pm Join in the soulful, funky fun with Holly and her band, consisting of Hyatt-vocals & bass, Jon Burden-guitars, … Continue reading

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LAST CHANCE! Submit Your Events for Arts Scene and Make Your Teeny Tiny Art – Fall for Arts 2019

The Teeny Tiny Show is Back! There is nothing tiny about this show except the art: the show’s teeny tiny masterpieces are all under 3×3 inches! If you are interested in taking part please fill out this super quick form … Continue reading

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LFNP Summer Newsletter

Happy Summer! We have lots to tell you about.  First we would like to introduce you all to our new Executive Director Rachel Forbes!  We are excited to have her on our team as we start into a new project … Continue reading

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Coming this fall: RCAC’s 15th Annual Performance Series!

July 30, 2019 The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture has put together another great Performance Series line-up for Rossland this fall/winter season! “A lot of time and thought has been put into developing this year’s performance series,” commented Meghan … Continue reading

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Summer Kicks presents OKTOPUS Wednesday July 31

7pm Wednesday July 31, 2019 from Quebec… OKTOPUS Montreal’s Oktopus, one of Canada’s greatest purveyors of Eastern European music, is an ebullient, technically brilliant octet that gets the audience dancing for sheer joy. with DAVE WHYTE Hailing from Montreal, award-winning … Continue reading

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The Case for Keeping San Francisco’s Disputed George Washington Murals

Exposure to art — even uncomfortable art — is healthy, stimulating, and worthy of students’ debate. By Roberta Smith | July 26, 2019 After half a century of intermittent debate and protest, the San Francisco Board of Education voted unanimously in June to whitewash the 13 murals … Continue reading

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Stories about good food, handmade success and more! BasinLink July

Good Food for All One of only two of its kind in BC, the Nelson Community Food Centre is serving nutritious food, teaching food skills and reducing social isolation for nearly 2,000 people each year. Though the Centre focuses on … Continue reading

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