Another successful Peace River North Festival wrapped on Sunday April 14, 2019 with the Best of the Fest Honours Concert featuring outstanding performances from all disciplines of the festival. Six adjudicators offered advice and encouragement to approximately 600 participants over 9 days. Congratulations to all performers for their hard work and achievement.
The dedicated young performers of our community have been working hard all year and the results will be on display at the Peace River North Festival. Drop by and let our singers, dancers, musicians and speech artists impress you with their talent. To attend a session is only $3.00 and they run through each day of the festival. If you want to see a little of everything, the Best of the Fest Honours Concert, featuring the top performances from every category, is on Sunday, April 22 at 6:30 pm. Get tickets here
Best of the Fest Honours Concert: April 28, 2017 at 6:30 pm
The Performing Arts BC Provincial Festival was held in Fort St. John from May 31 to June 4 and was a resounding success. More than 400 delegates from across the province entertained and amazed audiences with talent and skill that had to be seen to be believed. Ten different venues, including many local churches, opened their doors to BC’s best young performers in Music, Dance and Speech Arts. Out of town visitors spoke highly of the friendliness and helpfulness of the local volunteers and businesses during their stay in the Energetic City. Many residents opened their home to music performers who needed practice pianos and a number of restaurants and other businesses offered discounts along with a warm welcome to festival participants and their families. Well done Fort St. John!
The Festival was made possible by a small army of volunteers and with the support of local sponsors. The Organizing Committee is grateful for all of the community support whichout which staging such a large event would not have been possible.
P.S. Pianos from Prince George is generously providing a 6’8″ a grand piano for use at the Provincial Festival in Fort St. John. This donation includes tranporting the piano from Prince George to Fort St. John. During the festival, P.S. Pianos will be displaying a selection of new and used pianos at the Evangel Chapel in the former location of Needful Things. A big thank-you from the Festival Committee to P.S. Pianos. Be sure and check out their display while they are in Fort St. John
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One-hour Intro Masterclass with Emma Jarrett in an interactive group setting. $10 per person, payable to PABC at registration or at the door. Open to the public.
Wed, June 1, at 3.30pm or 7.00pm (dancer specific)
Thurs, June 2, at 11.00am or 5.00pm
Venue: Fort St. John Cultural Centre
Small Group & Private Sessions available Weds, Thurs, Fri.
$20.00 per person in small groups of 3 or 4.
$40.00 per person in a Private 1/2hr class
Please contact Emma to book a time:
E-mail: email@example.com Cellphone: 250-255-2483
For more information: www.emmajarrett.ca
Festival Passes on sale at the Cultural Centre for only $10.00. These passes allow admission to any of almost 60 festival sessions at 10 different venues. Get your festival pass here