• An Evening with Frank Mills

    Bailey Theatre - Trail
    Internationally known pianist FRANK MILLS shines his musical light once again as he returns to the stage in “An Evening with Frank Mills”. It’s like spending an evening in Frank’s living room as he shares the music, memories, humour and wisdom that come from over forty years at the piano, in the studio, on the road, and on stages around the world. The show will include familiar Mills classics, including of course “Music Box Dancer, combined with songs Frank likes to call “After the Dancer”… popular recordings from his career that you may not have heard in a while. On a personal level Frank will share incredible stories - from growing up in a house full of music, the struggles and the humour of breaking into the music business… and most certainly the story of one special song that almost never got released, but would eventually skyrocket his career to international fame.
    $59.50
  • Louisiana Hayride

    Now in it's 8th year, the Louisiana Hayride on Sunday, May 7 at the Prince Charles Theatre in Creston at 7:00pm. Great new songs plus past favourites. Plus, songs by Johnny Cash, Anne Murray, Hank Snow, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Price, Faron Young and more. Tickets are available at Black Bear Books and and Coffee House and Ticket Seller for $45.
  • Trail Silver City Days presents Scarlet Sway

    Trail Silver City Days presents Scarlet Sway at the Trail Memorial Centre Gymnasium on Friday, May 12. Doors at 8:00pm. Tickets are $10 at the door or $8 in advance from Re/Max. Cash bar in support of the Trail Smoke Eaters. 19+.
  • Trail Silver City Days presents Delhi 2 Dublin

    Trail Silver City Days presents Delhi 2 Dublin with DJ RSK at the Trail Memorial Centre Arena on May 13. DJ RSK on stage from 8:00-10:00pm with Delhi 2 Dublin from 10:00-midnight. Tickets are $25 at the door or $22 in advance from the Bailey Theatre Box Office. 19+.
  • The Comic Strippers

    On Saturday, June 24 this fictitious male stripper troupe (played by a cast of some of Canada’s best improvisational comedians) perform a sexylarious improv comedy show at the Capitol Theatre in Nelson. These guys try to be sexy… it just comes out funny. Constantly grooving and gyrating in between scenes they banter with the crowd and perform their hilarious twist on improv sketches. They sing, they “dance”. These guys are oiled up and ready to make you laugh at them. Tickets are $35 each. Showtime is 8:00pm. 19+
  • The Downchild Blues Band at the Bailey Theatre

    Juno Award winners, The Downchild Blues Band, will be touring British Columbia in October, and they will be making a stop at the Bailey Theatre in Trail! Led by guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Donnie “Mr. Downchild” Walsh, the Downchild Blues Band has earned the reputation as the premier blues band in Canada. For more than 4 decades now, this Toronto powerhouse, has been tearing up stages with it’s rollicking sound. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 21st at 12 noon from the theatre box office, or call 1-866-368-9669 or get your tickets on line at Trail-arts.com. All seats are reserved and priced at $45.00 including GST (service charges extra)
  • SOLD OUT: Bare Naked Ladies Canada 1-Five-0 Tour

    The Bare Naked Ladies are coming to Trail's Bailey Theatre on November 7 for the Canada 1-Five-0 Tour. Doors are at 7:00PM and the show starts at 8:00PM. VIP packages are still available. GOLD VIP PACKAGE - Regular Admission + $215 =$296.05 (max 4 per person) 1 Premium Reserved Ticket Invitation to Exclusive Pre-show Soundcheck Viewing Access 1 Barenaked Ladies Branded Dish Towel Set 1 Barenaked Ladies USB Charger 1 Market Specific, Commemorative Event Ticket 1 Signed Barenaked Ladies 8 x 10 Photo 1 Digital Pre-order of the new Barenaked Ladies Album, Fake Nudes, due for release Fall of 2017 1 Commemorative VIP Laminate SILVER VIP PACKAGE - Regular Admission + $115 = $196.05 (max 4 per person) 1 Premium Reserved Ticket Barenaked Ladies Branded Dish Towel Set 1 Market Specific, Commemorative Event Ticket 1 Digital Pre-order of the new Barenaked Ladies Album, Fake Nudes, due for release Fall of 2017
  • Trail Firefighters Open House & 70th Anniversary

    Trail Firefighters Local 941 will be hosting a fire hall open house in conjunction with our Local’s 70th Anniversary on April 29 from 11:00 - 3:00 at the CO#4 hall at 843 Rossland Avenue in Trail. There will be hot dogs and birthday cake to say thank you to all the communities we proudly serve. We are also offering a chance to come and tour the fire hall, see the equipment we use, and answer any question about the fire service.
  • Castlegar's Spring Fling 12th Anniversary

    Celebrating it's 12th anniversary, the Spring Fling festival is coming back to Downtown Castlegar April 29th from 11am-6pm. There will be an array of fun activities for all ages including 3 on 3 hockey, community vendors at Kinsmen Park, a classic car show, Kid's games from noon to 3:00 pm and local music and entertainment throughout the day.
  • Trail Harmony Choir Spring Concert

    The Trail Harmony Choir under the direction of Audrey Bisset invites you to a spring concert on Saturday, April 29 at 7:00pm at the Bailey Theatre. Guest Performers include the Kootenay Women’s Ensemble, Rossland Glee Choir, Steps Dance Centre, classical guitarist Ray Heberer, Violinist Frances Nam, soloist Dawson Zanet. Tickets $18 at the Box Office (250-368-9669) or online at www.thebailey.ca
  • Castlegar’s Yogathon for Mental Health

    Saturday, April 29 at Kinnaird Hall. Drop-in classes by cash donation throughout the day; attend as many or as little as you’d like. A number of community businesses have donated lovely door prizes, including one grand prize for whoever attends the most classes! Classes run from 7:15am-7:30pm
  • Pasta for the Playground

    April 29 at Crawford Bay Hall. An awesome night of delicious Italian dining, kids activities, a live Magic Show, Silent Auction goodies, bake sale yummies and, after dinner - live music from local band The Bats. Help raise the funds needed to complete the exciting new Natural Playground at the Crawford Bay Park. All the major items are purchased for the playground, but funds are still needed for the smaller (but still significant) costs like landscaping supplies, fencing, signage, turf and pathways. Dinner is by donation (minimum donation $10 per adult, Kids 5 and under eat free!)Doors Open at 4:30pm.
  • Trail Daffodil Dash

    The Daffodil Dash is a family friendly, timed event designed for runners and walkers of all ages and all fitness levels. The Daffodil Dash will be comprised of 5 km and 10 km option to either run or walk. We welcome and encourage individual or team participation. Dress up, grab your friends and join us for a fun day! Funds raised through this Canadian Cancer Society event supports individuals living with cancer and helps fund excellence in cancer research. The event happens on April 30 at Gyro Park in Trail from 9 am-1 pm (day of registration opens at 8 am). Registration: Early Bird (before April 5) $10 - Youth under 18; $20 – Adults. After April 5: $15 -Youth; Adults $30. Day of: $20- Youth; $40- Adults. * Kids under 10 free.Register at www.cancer.ca/daffodildash or at the Canadian Cancer Society’s Trail office -Suite 15, 835 Spokane Street, Trail, BC. For more information, please contact Val @250-364-0403 or email vrossi@bc.cancer.ca
  • McHappy Day

    On McHappy Day, McDonald’s Restaurants, community members, and families come together to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House BC and Yukon and children’s charities. $1 from every Big Mac® sandwich, Happy Meal® and hot McCafé® beverage sold will help support BC and Yukon children. Be sure to visit your local McDonald’s to help support McHappy Day!
  • An Evening with Frank Mills

    Bailey Theatre - Trail
    Internationally known pianist FRANK MILLS shines his musical light once again as he returns to the stage in “An Evening with Frank Mills”. It’s like spending an evening in Frank’s living room as he shares the music, memories, humour and wisdom that come from over forty years at the piano, in the studio, on the road, and on stages around the world. The show will include familiar Mills classics, including of course “Music Box Dancer, combined with songs Frank likes to call “After the Dancer”… popular recordings from his career that you may not have heard in a while. On a personal level Frank will share incredible stories - from growing up in a house full of music, the struggles and the humour of breaking into the music business… and most certainly the story of one special song that almost never got released, but would eventually skyrocket his career to international fame.
    $59.50
  • The New Canadian Garden

    Community Complex - Castlegar
    Mark Cullen Canada's Garden Expert is visiting Castlegar in recognition of two national awards received last year from Communities in Bloom. Castlegar's Heritage Award and Best Backyard Garden in Canada 🇨🇦 which brought accolades to our City. Both awards sponsored by Home Hardware were presented by Mark Cullen. He will be giving a public presentation called "the New Canadian Garden' at 7 pm on Thursday May 4 th. At the Community Complex. He will have a question and answer segment as well as signing copies of his recently published book. Free admission with a donation to Castlegar's Food Bank, Info Darlene 250-365-2155
  • Beaver Valley Skate Park Grand Opening

    Beaver Valley Recreation is getting ready for the grand opening of its new all wheel skatepark in Montrose at noon on Saturday May 6th. The grand opening will also recognize Canada’s 150 birthday with the revealing of two Canada 150 park benches. The grand opening runs until 3 pm with the ribbon cutting by the Mayors of Montrose, Fruitvale and Electoral Area A. Then followed with a complimentary BBQ, refreshments, and ice cream. There will be free skateboard lessons by Ty Smith of the Tony Hawk Foundation, a retail display by RossVegas Boardshop, and a draw for a complete skateboard deck and other nifty stuff.
  • Kootenay Healthy Lifestyles Expo

    The Kootenay Healthy Lifestyles Expo is a one stop shop to get informed about healthy living. The event features exhibitors, expert speakers and demonstrations that promote holistic and western health practices, green initiatives, food sustainability, physical and emotional well-being, nutrition, and other health related topics. The Expo will bring together companies, groups and individuals who are in the business of promoting a healthy lifestyle. Consumers will have the opportunity to collect information, as well as purchase and experience products and services. Date: Saturday, May 6, 2017 Time: 10 am – 6 pm Location: Trail Memorial Centre
  • Strawberry Tea & Bake Sale

    Strawberry Tea & Bake Sale at St. Rita's Parish (1935 East View Street, Fruitvale) on Saturday, May 6 from 1-2:30pm. Entry by donation with your chance to win a door prize!
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