• Jazz At The Griff

    Muriel Griffiths Room - Trail
    Enjoy a glass of wine or a mug of local-roast coffee as you enjoy the most talented regional and BC jazz musicians up close in the intimate jazz club setting of the Muriel Griffiths Room Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. (groups of 4 can reserve a table at the box office - 7 Show Series Pass: $112). Thursday, February 15: Melody Diachun Quintet: Juno and National Jazz Awards Nominee Melody Diachun has been hailed as a “singer of the first order.” Whether performing jazz standards, Broadway tunes or pop songs, her warm, beautiful voice and polished stage presence delight audiences of all ages and tastes. At this event, Melody is taking requests in advance. Please post your song requests to the Facebook event linked to this show. Tony Ferraro on drums, Doug Stephenson on guitar, Clinton Swanson on Sax and Mark Spielman on bass. (Single Ticket: $17.50, Advance, $22 at Door). Thursday, March 15: Laura Landsberg: Versatile doesn’t begin to describe singer Laura Landsberg’s performances, given the range of her voice and the breadth of material she interprets in a jazz style. (Single Ticket: $17.50, Advance, $22 at Door). Thursday, April 26: The Devils You Don’t: This band crosses boundaries from renditions of Sinatra and Hank Williams to bluegrass and Rock n’ Roll using vocal prowess and its eclectic instrumental savvy to deliver a unique sound. Brian Kalbfleisch on vocals/ukulele, Craig Korth on banjo/dobro/vocals, Clinton Swanson on woodwinds/vocals, Rob Fahie on acoustic bass/vocals, and Graham Tracey on drums/vocals (Single Ticket: $17.50 Advance, $22 at Door).
  • Performing Arts Trail ‘The Classics & Beyond’ 2017-18 Live Performance Series

    Bailey Theatre in Trail
    As the oldest performance series British Columbia, celebrate 70 years with Performing Arts Trail with the phenomenal 2017-18 line-up including live theatre, jazz, comedy, orchestras & latino-inspired performances. Get your Season’s Series tickets today and treat yourself to a performance a month from October-March with your loved ones or for a romantic date night! Prices are: 7 Show Series Pass: $115; Family of 4 Series Pass: $250; Single Regular Price: $35; Single Youth Price: $20. FEBRUARY 20 ZØGMA
:"Transported by intoxicating music from here with accents from elsewhere, [ZØGMA]’s dancers will take you through a rhythmic journey in their SOKALO, where urban rhythms modulate to life." MARCH 13
Patricia Cano's Madre – Amiga – Hermana
: "Influenced by traditional South American folk forms, including Samba and Afro-Peruvian rhythms and driven by the groove of Jazz, Folk and Blues. This program explores themes such as motherhood, race, mortality and the environment. The stories behind each song are situated in the cultures in which Patricia was raised."
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  • Mobile Library at Slocan Park Hall

    Each month the Nelson Public Library goes mobile, bringing two separate programs to Slocan Park Hall: a roving collection of items to borrow for adults, and drop-in storytimes for kids. Browse materials to borrow and learn about eBooks, Audiobooks, and other online resources on Tuesday January 16, February 20, and March 20 from 10am to noon during Adult Drop-in Coffee Time. Nelson Public Library’s storytimes for kids 0 to 5 years happen during Parent & Tot Drop-in on Friday January 19, February 16, and March 16 at 10am.
  • 12th Annual Kootenay Coldsmoke Powder Festival

    The Kootenay Coldsmoke Powder Festival was originally created to provide a grass-roots gathering where mountain enthusiasts of all levels can celebrate Kootenay mountain culture and general stoke for all forms of powder play. We still hold true to this mission, and it is this very basic tenant that is the backbone of the success of this amazing three-day event. In addition to seasoned mountain veterans, Coldsmoke will please snow enthusiasts of all disciplines and ability level. Come and dream with us in the colour powder... as a film festival enthusiast, on the dance floor competing for schwag, on an incredible backcountry tour with a CMCG guide, on a clinic with some of the industry's best coaches, hucking in one of the contests, racing randonnee on a punishing course, or frying an egg in the Backcountry Olympics. Register online, by phone or in the office at 602 Lake Street in Nelson. Any inquiries please email: info@skiwhitewater.com
  • 4th Annual Coldest Night of the Year Walk for Nelson CARES Society

    On Saturday February 24th, Nelson CARES Society is hosting the 4th annual Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) walk. This 2/5/10 km non-competitive walk will kick off at Central School at 4:30 p.m. Expect rest stops along the way and a warm bowl of chili served up at the Nelson United Church to celebrate completion. At the heart of CNOY, is recognizing the importance of sustainable, affordable living and working toward real change in Nelson to end homelessness. In 2017, the Coldest Night of the Year WALK took place in 80 locations across Canada. Nelson was ranked 25th out of 80 communities for overall fundraising, 7th for the most walkers and 11th for the number of teams.
  • Rossland Mountain Market

    The Winter Market Series in the Miners Hall from 1:00-5:00pm on Saturday February 24, and March 24.
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