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Transformed pews debut

Transformed pews debut

Seven pews and five church chairs radically altered by local artists are now on exhibit. They'll be auctioned Saturday to raise money for the latest Grans-to-Grans campaign.

Shambhala interest high for 2011

For the first time in its 14 year history Shambhala has sold out of online tickets in May. All this when locals have just said goodbye to the snow.
No ordinary kids' stuff

No ordinary kids' stuff

When a group of eight homeschool students hit the stage next Wednesday at Trafalgar Middle School, it will be the culmination of one of the biggest challenges of their young acting careers.
Touchstones launches film digitization project

Touchstones launches film digitization project

Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History has announced that the society’s cellulose nitrate film is now ready for public viewing.
Everything under the Umbrella

Everything under the Umbrella

They’ve spent the winter practicing their pirouettes and partner routines, and now the students at Nelson’s Dance Umbrella are bringing a season of hard work to the Capitol Theatre.

ArtWalk Calling

Nelson’s premier arts festival is back for its 23rd year. ArtWalk is calling for applications from emerging and professional artists to display original work in downtown venues in one six-week extravaganza beginning July 22.
Hitching a ride on the cello

Hitching a ride on the cello

Nelson-raised cellist Jeff Faragher is once again returning to Nelson for a special concert. On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Faragher presents A Cello’s Journey, an evening of fine music for solo cello at St. Saviour’s Pro-Cathedral on Ward Street.
Haunting voice of Eastern Europe

Haunting voice of Eastern Europe

Castlegar’s Kootenay Gallery presents the next concert in its TD Canada Trust Concert Series on Sunday.

Natasha Hall set to perform in Kaslo

Kaslo Concert Society is presenting Nelson-raised violinist Natasha Hall in recital at St. Andrew’s United Church on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Experience poetography

Experience poetography

The Langham Cultural Centre in Kaslo is now featuring Ron L. Zheng’s Leaving My Found Eden: A Poetography Exhibit. The show, which has been traveling throughout British Columbia, started in 2007 in Vancouver and has stopped in Port Moody, Parksville, Salmon Arm, Prince Rupert, and Sechelt.