Air quality means more indoor performances for free kids’ theatre this week

Rivertown Players to perform at Westsyde Neighbourhood Centre, Lansdowne Village and North Shore 
Kamloops, BC — Due to poor air quality, the Kamloops Arts Council’s Rivertown Players will again be performing indoors this week. All children, families, day camps, and evacuees are encouraged to attend these FREE family-friendly performances.
THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE – **SUBJECT TO CHANGE**
 
TUESDAY, JULY 18:
Westsyde Neighbourhood Centre (3550 Westsyde Road, the old Westsyde Elementary School)
11am – Blast-Off Beaver
1pm – Molly and Sanford’s Great Canadian Adventure
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19:
Sun Peaks Village, to be confirmed
11am – The Big Book of Magical Paintings
1pm – Blast-Off Beaver
THURSDAY, JULY 20:
North Shore location, to be confirmed – check back soon!
11am – Molly and Sanford’s Great Canadian Adventure
1pm – The Big Book of Magical Paintings
FRIDAY, JULY 21:
Lansdowne Village (450 Lansdowne Street downtown – unit #204 in between the Booster Juice and Dollarama)
11am – Blast-Off Beaver
1pm – Molly and Sanford’s Great Canadian Adventure
SATURDAY, JULY 22:
Lansdowne Village (450 Lansdowne Street downtown – unit #204 in between the Booster Juice and Dollarama)
11am – The Big Book of Magical Paintings
1pm – Blast-Off Beaver
For up-to-the-minute news on locations and changes to the schedule, visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/rivertownplayers

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The Rivertown Players Return!

Get ready Kamloops, the Kamloops Arts Council’s The Rivertown Players are back!

The Rivertown Players create and perform free, fun, interactive children’s theatre productions! The team this year is Jeffery Daniels the Assistant Director, Ashley Hiibner the Stage Manager and Avery Reid the Booking Coordinator! They will all be acting in the performances, but for now they are busy creating original plays for the summer!

This summer is a special one because it is the first time the troupe will have two seasons! There will be 3 shows in July and then a new

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2016 Rivertown Players in Partnership with Project X Theatre

The 2016 Rivertown Players are gearing up for another summer filled with FREE live interactive shows, songs and stories to delight both the young and the young-at-heart!

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Join us 5 days a week at a park near you:

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Kamloops Arts Council’s Rivertown Players 2014

One of my favorite things to do with the kids in the summer is to take them to see the Rivertown Players perform. Founded and sponsored by the Kamloops Arts Council, this children’s theatre troupe put on shows five days a week throughout July and August.

Traditionally, these shows have taken place only at Riverside Park but this summer they have taken their shows on the road and can now also be seen at Albert McGowan Park, Centennial Park and McDonald Park.

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Yesterday, the kids and I took in a couple of their performances. The

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Children’s Summer Theatre

You’ve spent a few hours at the waterpark at Riverside. Had lunch, and now the kids are looking like they need a change of scenery. Don’t leave the park just yet! Just gather your things and spread a blanket over by the little tent set up right off to the side of the waterpark!

Each summer, the Kamloops Arts Council (with the Rivertown Players troupe) presents accessible, free family-friendly theatre Tuesdays through Saturdays at 1 and 3pm at Riverside Park.

The kids and I recently had the opportunity to check out the play “Leon’s Book of Adventures”. This play was absolutely perfect, as if it was written just for my 4 year old son (who has been really interested in making up stories, mashing stories, reading stories

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