• Teck Kids Series

    1501 Cedar Avenue Trail, BC V1R 4C7 - TRAIL
    March 26: Monster Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Single Ticket - $15 A brand-sparkling-new adaptation of Shakespeare’s whimsical classic about fairies, love potions and talking donkeys. Created by the award winning storytelling masters of Monster Theatre, in this version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, William Shakespeare acts as a Puck-like emcee and enlists the help of the audience to help him put on a play. Using improvisation, and the audience’s imaginations Shakespeare carefully guides the children as they recreate A Midsummer Night’s Dream. By the end they will feel like they themselves came up with the plot twists, the characters, the comedy, and along the way they will learn about the elements of story, the incredible variety and power of the English language, and be exposed to the wonder of William Shakespeare!
  • Trail Society for the Performing Arts 2016-17 Series

    1501 Cedar Avenue Trail, BC V1R 4C7 - TRAIL
    Tuesday April 4th, 7:30 PM Raíces y Alas del Mar CONTEMPORARY FLAMENCO MEETS PERCUSSION This multimedia collaboration between percussive dancers centres around the theme of water – its sounds and movements, the forms it takes and the stories it inspires. Essential to life but with the force to destroy, the lure and fear of water informs legends, folk tales and spiritual traditions. Water is pivotal in the history of humanity. From solid ice to ethereal mist, the forms it can assume are as varied as human experience.The Raíces y Alas Flamenco Project was conceived by Andrea Williams as a platform for the exploration of the traditions of the art of flamenco and its contemporary expansion in Canada. True to the group’s reputation, del Mar combines traditional elements of flamenco with unexpected modes of music, dance and visual expression.
    $30 per show or $105 for the series
  • An Evening with City and Colour - Solo

    City and Colour, acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Dallas Green, has announced an extensive Canadian tour for 2017. “An Evening with City and Colour - Solo” tour kicks off in Courtenay, BC on April 1, visiting 25 cities from coast-to-coast, many for the first time, coinciding with Canada’s 150th anniversary. Green will perform songs from his vast award-winning catalogue, accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Matt Kelly from City and Colour’s touring band, in an intimate theatre environment. The tour hits the Bailey Theatre in Trail on April 11; tickets go on sale this Friday, February 3 at noon.
  • E2 = Experiments in Entertainment

    1501 Cedar Avenue Trail, BC V1R 4C7 - TRAIL
    April 21: James Hill & Anne Janelle $20 Advance / $22 Door *Shown in Muriel Griffith Room It’s true: opposites attract. James grew up playing folk, jazz and blues on his ukulele while Anne was exclusively a classical cellist. But the pair’s differences quickly became their biggest asset. The uke is high, the cello is low; the uke plays short notes, the cello long bow strokes; the uke is all about strumming while the cello radiates melody. Like shadows and light in an old photograph, these contrasts are complementary.
    $65 for a series pass
  • Shawn Hook with guests Virginia to Vegas

    Shawn Hook with guests Virginia to Vegas will be coming to the Bailey Theatre in Trail on April 24! Tickets are on sale now for $25.00 or $35.00 plus service fees.
  • 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 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+
  • 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
  • The 2017 SROAMazing Race

    An all-ages, interactive “Amazing Race” style charity event hosted by the SROAM Program. Friday, March 24th from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at Whitewater Ski Resort. All proceeds from this event will go to the Avalanche Awareness Beyond the Boundary Society (AABBS) and the iWill Foundation. Teams of 4 will compete against each other and the clock to follow clues around the Silver King Chair. The team with the best score at the end of the day will be announced at the staging area. $20 team registration at Selkirk College 10th Street Campus or Whitewater’s downtown office at 602 Lake Street. Like their Facebook page, SROAMazing Race.
  • West Kootenay EcoSociety brings back Winter Markets to Nelson

    March 25 at Hart Hall (501 Carbonate St.) from 10:00-3:00 with a wide variety of items for sale including body care products, baked goods, art, clothing, winter produce, locally raised meats and farm fresh eggs. A $2 donation is requested at the door to help the EcoSociety cover costs of the market.
  • Whitewater's Pass Holder Appreciation Day

    Join EZ Rock on location at Whitewater on April 1 for the Pass Holder Appreciation Day! This is the day to say THANK YOU to Season Pass Holders for supporting Whitewater throughout the season. There are a variety of activities including: BLOW OUT sale in the retail and rental shop Season Passholder Race - Win a Season's Pass for next year! Starts at 10am, 2$ donation. Extended Patio & BBQ with music by DJ Rafferty Funksmith (2-4 pm) 20% off scrumptious eats from Fresh Tracks Cafe for Passholders Awards of the day including WHO SKIED THE MOST THIS WINTER
  • Johnny P. Johnson Fundraising Concert

    In support of the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital & Health Foundation, West Kootenay Musician Johnny P. Johnson will be performing his music, new and old, at the Bailey Theatre in Trail and hopes to bring the communities of the West Kootenay region together to support the KBRH Emergency Department. The KBRH Emergency Department had 16,000 patient visits in 2015/16 and in 2016/17, visits to date total 17,400 (Pasin, 2017). The numbers keep going up too. With that in mind, the idea of fundraising for the KBRH Emergency Room seemed like a good choice. Improvements to the Emergency Department will positively impact everyone in the region. A singer-songwriter and high energy performer with a natural vocal talent, creative harmonica and strong rhythmic guitar is what best describes JPJ. Although a farmer by trade, Johnny is a passionate musical storyteller that writes about both the simplicities and complexities of life based on his own experiences and those around him. JPJ’s new music has a drive that speaks to identity, diversity, and self-worth as well as just how tough it is to get by in everyday life. Advanced tickets will be on sale at The Bailey Theatre Box Office for $15 and for $20 at the door. Children under 10 are $10. Doors open at 6:30 with show at 7:00PM.
  • Free Box Lacross 'Try It' Camp

    For youth 4-16 years old. April 2 from 9:00-3:30pm at the Castlegar Selkirk College Gym. The camp is free but pre-registration is required. E-mail wkmla@hotmail.com to register. Schedule: Mini-Tykes to Peewee (5-12 yrs) 9:00-10:30am and 12:30-2:00pm. Bantam and Midget (13-16 yrs) 10:30am-12:00pm and 2:00-3:30pm. What to bring:Clean soled runners with good grip, hockey helmet with cage and hockey gloves (sticks are provided).
  • Easter in the Park from Shoppers Simply Pharmacy

    Join EZ Rock on location on Easter Sunday (April 16) for Easter in the Park at Kinnaird Park in Castlegar. Kids head off at 11am sharp to fill their baskets with candy and chocolate scattered around the fields (scramble style with 2 age groups). You also have a chance to win a gift basket or bike at the event! Please bring a donation to the food bank.
  • Kootenay Fibre Arts Festival

    Wynndel Hall - Wynndel
    Kootenay Fibre Arts Festival April 22, 2017 10-4 in Wynndel, BC A gathering of vendors, teachers and lovers of knitting, spinning, felting, weaving, printing, dyeing, quilting, stitching. $20 admission includes vendors, demos and try it stations. New this year pre-register for mini-workshops. Eco-print, Nuno Felt, Spinning Art Yarn and Needlle Felting. Register on website. www.kootenayfibrefest.com
  • Kootenay Martial Arts Breaking Boards Breaking Chains Events

    Kootenay Martial Arts Breaking Boards Breaking Chains Nelson Event All Proceeds go to IJM (International Justice Mission)To Support the Rescue and Recovery of Child Sexual Assault victims in Bolivia Date: April 8th, 2017 Time: 11:00am Location: 206B Lakeside Drive, Nelson, B.C. (Behind Kootenay Glass & Mirror on the waterfront) Event Special: Break A Board open to public by donation Kootenay Martial Arts Breaking Boards Breaking Chains Castlegar Event All Proceeds go to IJM (International Justice Mission)To Support the Rescue and Recovery of Child Sexual Assault victims in Bolivia Date: April 22nd, 2017 Time: 11:00am Location: 602 7th Street (Downstairs New Life Church) Castlegar, B.C.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Kaslo May Days

    May 20-22 come out to beautiful Kaslo and celebrate spring. There will be all kinds of entertainment for all ages, vendors and prizes. 2017 event schedule and entertainment line up are TBA.
  • MS Walk Trail and Nelson

    • There are exciting new things happening at both of the Walks this year- including new entertainment, food, and activities. Plus all your favourite things such as kid’s zone, rest stops along the route, and mission moment activities will be back! • Form a team with your family, friends, or coworkers and do the Walk together! • We have new registration and fundraising incentives happening each month, so stay tuned on mswalks.ca • By joining MS Walk you are helping to raise funds to support research into the cause, cure, and prevention of MS, as well as to provide programs and services for people living with MS and their families. Come out and show your support for people in your community living with MS. Trail Specific • The Trail Pipe Band will once again be piping to start the Walk • Bring your dogs out and do the Walk with them. We love to see our furry friends supporting people with MS
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