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A perennial favourite mixed with a new treasure

We are excited to present a program that mixes a perennial favourite of the orchestral repertoire with a new treasure, with Four Seasons Two Ways. There are two performances of this concert:
Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 7:30 pm in Sagebrush Theatre, and
Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 2:00 pm in The Nexus at First.

Four Seasons Two Ways pairs Vivaldi’s beloved Baroque Continue reading A perennial favourite mixed with a new treasure

Christmas Traditions: Elf on the Shelf

It’s December and we’re sharing our Christmas traditions. Today’s question is:

Does Elf on the Shelf visit your home in December?

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Changing Lives Through Sport with FUNdamentals

Special Olympics BC – Kamloops is hosting its FUNdamentals program for young athletes with intellectual disabilities.

FUNdamentals, is a program for youth with intellectual disabilities between age 6-11 to learn basic movement patterns and be able to Continue reading Changing Lives Through Sport with FUNdamentals

Spooky Music For Halloween

Join us for a special Halloween themed concert filled with music of the supernatural and occult at A Dark And Scary Night. There are two performances of this concert; Friday, October 26, and Saturday, October 27, at 7:30 pm in Sagebrush Theatre.

The festival of Halloween has ancient roots and was an occasion when, among other things, people believed that the boundaries separating the living and the dead became unclear, when the unsettled dead might appear briefly in our world again—and quite possibly cause trouble.  That possibility frightens us deeply, so, in a way, Halloween has become a celebration of all those things that “scare” us: the ghostly, the violent, the demonic, as well as those less tangible, often unnameable fears that reside within.  That is what A Dark And Scary Night celebrates too—music, both traditional and contemporary, that skillfully evokes some of those many shades of our fears.

Highlights of the spine-chilling concert include Mussorgsky’s A Night on Bald Mountain, Grieg’s In the Hall of the Mountain King, Saint- Continue reading Spooky Music For Halloween