• Serene Ryder with guests

    Serena Ryder is coming to the Bailey Theatre in Trail on Saturday, July 15. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 2 from the Bailey Theatre box office at 10:00am. Tickets (incl. GST) are $35.00, $47.00 (Plus service charges). Proudly sponsored by EZ Rock!
  • 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 Maple Leaf Band 100th Anniversary

    Trail Maple Leaf 100th Anniversary Calendar of Events: Monday, June 19: Trail Columbia View Lodge Seniors Home CVL Thursday, July 20: Trail 100 Ann. Registration, meet and greet Trail Memorial Center Friday, July 21: Trail 100 Ann. Rehearsals and Banquet Trail Memorial Center Saturday, July 22: Trail 100 Ann. Rehearsals and Concert Trail Memorial Center Sunday, July 23: Birch bank 100 Ann. Band Family Picnic Picnic Grounds Summer Break
  • Trail Market on the Esplanade

    The Trail Market on the Esplanade, hosted by the City of Trail and the United Way of Trail & District, takes place along the picturesque river walk in Trail on select Friday mornings and Wednesday evenings. This community market features various vendors who sell fresh produce, handmade jewellery, fragrant soaps, fashionable clothing, sweet and savoury baking, home décor items, ready-to-eat food and more! Fridays, 10am-2pm June 9, featuring Thomas & Bentley June 23, featuring That Girl & Earl July 7, featuring That Girl & Earl July 21, featuring Tim Bourchier August 4, featuring Ron Halliday August 18, featuring That Girl & Earl September 15, featuring That Girl & Earl Wednesday Evenings, 4-8pm July 12, featuring Ron Halliday August 30, featuring Hy2 September 6, featuring Hy2 Special Spooktacular edition, 10am - 3pm Saturday October 28th, featuring That Girl & Earl
  • Music in the Park

    KOOTENAY SAVINGS Music In The Park starts June 15th at Gyro Park! Every Thursday enjoy live music starting at 7:00pm! June 15: Trail Maple Leaf Band kicks it off with orchestral, band & popular tunes for their century celebration season! June 22 Trail Pipe Band & Kate E. Shaw Dancers –The sounds and moves of the Scottish Highlands June 29 Tim Hurley & The Vultures –Soulful quartet digs into folk, blues, country and more July 6 Eleventh Hour – Piano trio rock ‘n’ rolls back the clock TUESDAY July 11 Kootenay Fiddle Camp –Reels, jigs, waltzes…swing with musical instructors from across Canada July 13 Johnny P Johnson Group –This quartet plays country roots, folk and ranch rock July 20 The LPs –Local favourites Leanne Harrison & Peter Makortoff July 27 The Campfire Soul –Eclectic fusion of soul, acoustic rock and reggae August 3 Harpdog Brown –Feel the healing power of the electric blues August 10 Laura Landsberg Quintet –Jazz and more from a fresh, original voice August 17 Vishten –Acadian and Celtic trio with rock and indie-folk influences August 24 Allensong –Sweet folk harmonies from this talented couple August 31 Old-Time Fiddlers –Timeless tunes from this band of merrymakers Location Admission is by donation ($2 suggested)
  • Run to Quit Program

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    Run to Quit is a new quit-smoking program that pairs the expertise of the Canadian Cancer Society with Running Room Canada’s Learn to Walk/Run 5 km clinics. There are many physical and emotional benefits to walking and running. Evidence shows that running can help people cope with discomfort and cravings while cutting down and quitting smoking. Becoming smoke-free is the biggest prize of all for smokers but if you join Run to Quit and succeed in quitting by the contest target dates, you could win a cash prize of $1,000. If you go the extra step and complete a 5 km walk or run event by July 31, you may be eligible to win the grand prize valued at $25,000, a 2017 Honda Civic, or one of 13 cash prizes totaling $16,000! You can join a Run to Quit 10-week training program (in-store or online) or you can do it yourself with helpful quit-smoking resources. Two Teck Trail Operations’ employees are just wrapping up the program, accessed online, and have reportedly quit smoking. . Gord Menelaws, Inspiring Wellness and Learning Coordinator, caught up with the Canadian Cancer Society before Teck signed up to participate to explain why he felt the program was a good fit for Teck employees. “Teck Trail Operations has been a smoke-free site for a number of years and those of us who have ever smoked in the past realize just how extremely difficult it can be to kick the habit,” says Gord, a former smoker himself. Gord knows all too well how exercise can keep the cravings at bay. He admits the program’s method is the exact approach he used many years ago when he quit smoking. “I knew I had to have a different option than lighting up in certain situations in my life – one of them was to deal with stress,” he explains. “I substituted walking for smoking to begin with, and soon it led to running.” A month in and Gord was hooked on his new healthy habit. Though he didn’t quit cold turkey, nor did butting out stick on the first attempt, the concept got him through his cravings and he is happy to live an active smoke-free lifestyle today.
  • Canada 150 Echoes of Rossland: Past and Present

    The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) will be presenting “Echoes of Rossland, Past and Present”; a spoken word, poetry and song writing showcase at the Miners Hall on October 15th 2017. This contest forms part of the Canada 150 celebrations in Rossland. It is open to residents of Canada currently residing in the West Kootenay region. The call is for original songs, poetry and spoken word. Work must not exceed five minutes in length. We are calling for submissions from both adults and youth (18 years of age or younger), as there will be a category for each. For adults, there will be a cash prize of $150 awarded to the winners of each category: spoken word, poetry and song. For youth, there will be a cash prize of $150 awarded for the best overall performance. The successful entries will be showcased at a performance at the Miner’s Hall in Rossland on Sunday October 15th. If you are unable to attend, you are required to find someone else to present your work on your behalf. Deadline for entry is September 15th, 2017. You have all summer to find inspiration!Submission information available at rosslandartscouncil.com (under upcoming events), or by emailing Sam at rosslandarts@gmail.com. For more information please contact: Sammantha Parrott RCAC Executive Administrator rosslandarts@gmail.com 613-276-3499
  • Grand Forks International

    Join the fun June 27-July 2 in Grand Forks! The theme of this year’s GFI is 'Celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday and Canadian Baseball History.' Anyone buying a tournament pass or reserved seat until May 31, enters a draw which is worth over $700.00. This includes gift certificates from local businesses and cash. Pick up your tickets at Pharmasave in Grand Forks. This year`s teams are Seattle Studs (Defending Champion), Burnaby Bulldogs, West Coast Guns, Everett Merchants, Northwest Honkers, Westchase (Houston Texas) Express, San Francisco Seals, North Sound Emeralds, Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks, Oakland Lumberjacks, Kitsap Blue Jackets, and Okanagan Athletics. EZ Rock will be on location with the Win This Bike draw!
  • Salmo Days/Canada Day Celebrations

    June 30-July 2: Slow Pitch Tournament, Bavarian Beer Garden and pancake breakfast (July 1 and 2). July 1st at the Knights of Pythiaspark. Parade at noon from Salmo Pool to KP Park. Opening ceremony is at 12:30 PM: Singing of O Canada, flag raising & Mayor's welcome. Salmo Outdoor Market from noon - 4PM: Retail, craft and farmers market. Food and refreshments. Bingo Booth from 1:30PM - 4PM. Kids activities:9 AM races; 12:30 PM games and Fire Fighter Competition; 2 PM bubble gum blowing competition and watermelon eating contest. Other Canada Day events: Bridge grand opening at 8:30am. Library book sale and museum opening from 10:00-3:00. Fireworks at KP Park at dark.
  • Canada 150 Celebration Beaver Creek Park

    Kiwanis Beaver Creek Park from 8am-3pm Kiwanis concession pancake & sausage breakfast, 8am – 10:30am Community group displays, 10am - 3pm Face painting, children’s games, scavenger hunt, starts at 10am Kiwanis concession hamburger & hot dog lunch, 11am – 3pm Opening Ceremonies, singing of ‘O’ Canada & FREE birthday cake and #humanflag photo FREE Canada150 t-shirt for first 350 photo participants, 12 Noon Entertainment by North of 60 Fireworks at Gyro Park (at Dusk) FREE Bus Service to and from Beaver Creek Park. Bus service is wheelchair accessible LEAVES DOWNTOWN TRAIL: Pine Ave & Farwell St. 9am, 11am, 12:30pm & 2pm Pick Up / Drop Off Stops: 7th Ave. & McBride St. (Shavers Bench), Highway Dr. (City Works), Old Waneta Rd. (in front of Maglio’s) LEAVES BEAVER CREEK PARK: Returns to Downtown Trail via the Pick Up / Drop Off Stops 10:30am, Noon, 1:30pm & 3pm
  • Canada Day Celebrations Castlegar

    Canada Day Celebration at Millennium Park! *Food Vendors *Music *Games and Activities* Free Birthday Cake, Popcorn and Outdoor movie on a 40' screen! Castlegar Rotary Flag Pole Dedication Ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Come see the new Castlegar Fire Department platform/pumper truck 3:30 – 5:00 pm! Beach Volleyball games 3:00-5:00 pm and Pickle ball games and clinics 5:30 – 7:00 pm. No experience necessary, put together a team of friends and family or join a team at the event!
  • EZ Rock's Sand Castle Competition presented by Nelson Pharmasave

    Join EZ Rock in Lakeside Park (Nelson) on Canada Day for the Annual Sand Castle Competition! Bring your own tools and let your creativity flow! The competition takes place from 10:00-2:00pm at the beach in Lakeside Park. You can register on site the day of the event. Prizes and judging start at 1:00pm.
  • Balfour Daze Canada 150

    July 1 at the Balfour Community Hall and Soccer Fields. Free Pancake breakfast at 9:00am, Chili Cook Off, Pie Eating contest, Kids' games, local entertainers, all day food sales, silent auction, raffles, 50-50 draws, live bands and beer garden from 4-10pm.
  • Rossland Canada Day Celebrations

    Rossland will celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday and other milestones on July 1st. This year marks not only 150 years of confederation, but also the City of Rossland’s 120th birthday, the Rossland Museum’s 50th anniversary and the Gold Fever Follies’ 30th anniversary. The July 1st Canada Day celebration at the Museum, 12-4 p.m., will mark each of these occasions with a special cake. The event will include plenty of fun activities and games for kids, including gold panning, face painting and city trucks to climb on. There will be food trucks, a beverage tent and a number of fun and informative booths. Visit the Heritage Commission booth to see a mock up of the brass plaque to honour Ross Thompson, our founding father. Cast your vote for the installation location. Also, record your present day family connections with early Rosslanders: How deep are your roots? Be entertained! The Gold Fever Follies will perform songs from this year’s all new performance “The Red Mountain” and will lead everyone in singing “O Canada.” The Golden City Fiddlers will perform and there will be a children’s entertainer too. Come check out the newly renovated museum and the new exhibits! Want to participate in the traditional hike up Mt Roberts to raise the maple leaf and sing O Canada? Meet Councillor Morel in the museum parking lot at 8 a.m.
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