Category Archives: What’s Going on in Kamloops

This is our NEWS section where we relay the pertinent information about upcoming events to you – just in case you aren’t reading the event calendar;)

Hear one of Canada’s Finest Orchestras

Single tickets are now on sale for our first concert of the season, featuring the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra on a concert tour through the BC Interior. We are thrilled to present the VSO with Maestro Bramwell Tovey as the first concert of our 2017-2018 season!

This concert will include blockbuster performances of Rossini’s William Tell Overture and Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony. The Continue reading Hear one of Canada’s Finest Orchestras

As always, you and your ideas are wonderfully welcomed. If you are interested in getting involved with KamloopsParents.com simply email jodi@kamloopsparents.com and we can chat!

12th Annual Conference Seeking Participants from Kamloops

Now in its twelfth year, the Kamloops YMCA-YWCA is pleased to present the Power of Being a Girl Conference, taking place on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017. This is a one-day conference – designed by girls for girls aged twelve to fourteen years old – to explore the challenges of growing up, in a fun and empowering way. Girls are powerful and this year’s inspiring workshop choices, allow participants to explore the healthy ways they can find, keep,
and share that power. PBG includes a full day of fun, lunch, prizes, and two workshop choices, ranging from:

CONSCIOUS GIRL: SOCIAL MEDIA BUSTING WORKSHOP
Come explore how social media influences how we see ourselves. Focusing on Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat, girls will discuss the psychology surrounding “likes” and the potential damaging impacts Continue reading 12th Annual Conference Seeking Participants from Kamloops

As always, you and your ideas are wonderfully welcomed. If you are interested in getting involved with KamloopsParents.com simply email jodi@kamloopsparents.com and we can chat!

Kamloops Children’s Arts Festival takes on circus theme with “Under the Big Top” Sept. 15 & 16

Family dance & karaoke party Friday, Sept. 15; activities & performances Saturday, Sept. 16, Riverside Park

Dreams of running off to join the circus could become reality at the 18th annual Kamloops Children’s Arts Festival, Sept. 15 & 16.

The theme of this year’s festival, the 18th annual, is “Under the Big Top!”, featuring circus-themed art, music, dance and theatre for children ages two and up.

The big-top theme arrived naturally. “We had rain for last year’s Continue reading Kamloops Children’s Arts Festival takes on circus theme with “Under the Big Top” Sept. 15 & 16

As always, you and your ideas are wonderfully welcomed. If you are interested in getting involved with KamloopsParents.com simply email jodi@kamloopsparents.com and we can chat!

Parent-Child Mother Goose Groups beginning in Fall 2017

(MORE GROUPS WILL BE ADDED AS THEY ARE FINALIZED)

MONDAY
October 2–November 27 10:30-11:30am at Kamloops Library, 465 Victoria, Registration begins Wednesday September 13th at 10:00am. (See ***) 250-372-5145

October 2- November 27 10:00-11:00am at Gemstone Care Centre, 1955 Tranquille. Registration begins Monday September 11th at 9am 778-470-2596 ext 109. This is a program with seniors from Gemstone Care Centre.

TUESDAY
October 10- November 28 at 10:00-11:00 at Kamloops Seniors Village, 1220 Hugh Allan Drive. Registration begins Thursday Continue reading Parent-Child Mother Goose Groups beginning in Fall 2017

Jodi is originally from Montréal, Quebec and spent a few years in Northern New Brunswick. She moved to Kamloops in the Spring of 2010 with her family and works as an educational assistant. Her 6 and 8 year old keep her really busy as they love exploring the area and enjoying what Kamloops has to offer!

WCT’s Stage One Theatre School Presents: The Trials of Robin Hood

Western Canada Theatre’s Stage One Theatre School is proud to present the talent of our students in The Trials of Robin Hood, performed by this summer’s Performance Class.

Robin Hood is on trial for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor and must defend himself to King Richard. The only problem is the King has just returned from the Crusades, and he now has to determine the truth! Is Robin Hood a hero, lover, or evil criminal? Robin, Maid Marian and the Sheriff of Nottingham each tell their interpretation of events, but ultimately, it’s up to the audience to decide!

With something to please everyone young and old, this is the story Continue reading WCT’s Stage One Theatre School Presents: The Trials of Robin Hood

As always, you and your ideas are wonderfully welcomed. If you are interested in getting involved with KamloopsParents.com simply email jodi@kamloopsparents.com and we can chat!