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Comedy + Magic

May 10, 2024 at 7:30 pm

North Peace Cultural Centre

Tickets: $46.00 Get Tickets Here

This is the Comedy Magic show you’ve been wanting to see! Canada’s very best have joined forces. A once-in-a-generation stand-up comic and the funniest magician working today, come together for a show unlike anything you’ve ever seen!

WES BARKER (Penn & Teller: Fool US, America’s Got Talent, Ellen) is one of the most amazing performers you will ever see. An incredibly skilled magician but also a brilliant comedy mind, Wes is an entertainer like no other. “Oh my god, you’re amazing!” – Ellen

SIMON KING (HBO, Just For Laughs, Comedy Central) is a master of dark, smart, high-energy comedy and undeniably one of a kind in the stand-up world. “Simon is truly a gifted comedian.” – Robin Williams

Ballet Kelowna

March 23, 2024 at 7:30 pm North Peace Cultural Centre

Tickets: $55.00 Get Tickets Here

The taqəš and Other Works program features a stunning lineup of signature works from Ballet Kelowna’s contemporary ballet repertoire. With Cameron Fraser-Monroe’s powerful and compelling taqəš [tawKESH], Guillaume Côté’s mesmerizing Bolero, and Fraser-Monroe’s satirical The Cowboy Act Suite, this high-energy program promises to please a wide range of spectators.

Cameron Fraser-Monroe brings his classical ballet training, knowledge of traditional Coast Salish, Grass, and Hoop Dance, and experience as a contemporary dancer to taqəš [tawKESH], which means “to return something” in Ayajuthem, the language belonging to the Homalco, Klahoose, K’omoks and Tla’amin Nations. Set to several songs by Polaris Prize-winning composer and singer Jeremy Dutcher, taqəš follows the traditional story “Raven Returns the Water,” centred around ῤoho (raven) and walθ (frog).

Next, National Ballet of Canada Choreographic Associate Guillaume Côté brings strength and fragility to a fascinating interpretation of the beloved Boléro by Maurice Ravel, one of music’s most famous and identifiable melodies. A “riveting tour de force” (Dance Magazine), Bolero (2012) features breathtaking lifts and virtuosic choreography.

Rounding out the program, audiences will be transported to the Wild West in Cameron Fraser-Monroe’s The Cowboy Act Suite, a work that explores the dichotomy between “Cowboys and Indians” set to music by Mohawk singer/songwriter Tom Wilson. While these caricatures have been portrayed on pages, stages, and in films, they are often penned from a colonial perspective. Fraser-Monroe’s intuitive take on the swashbuckling strut of the Cowboy informs this intellectual unpacking of a one-sided lens and flips the script to ask, what happens when an Indian directs the Cowboys through their history?

Gingerbread House Decorating Competition

Entries need to be dropped on Friday December 1st, before 4:30PM. Judging will commence on Saturday December 2nd, and winners will be announced the following Monday. The community can come and vote on they’re favourites any time between Saturday December 2nd and Thursday December 7th. There will also be the option to vote online for those unable to make it in person. Visit for full contest rules.

FSJ Film Society: Prisoner’s Daughter

Monday November 6th at 7:00 pm at the Aurora Cinema Centre. Tickets are $15.00 each. Of course we will be accepting your flex passes. Cash only please, FYI the movie theatre no longer has an ATM. Ticket sales will stop at 6:55 pm so our film loving volunteers can catch the beginning of the film.

Synopsis:  Granted a compassionate release, a dying convict (Brian Cox) tries to reconnect with his daughter (Kate Beckinsale) and the grandson he’s never known — but his violent past comes back to haunt them all, in this drama from Thirteen and Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke. Sporting powerhouse performances from Brian Cox and Kate Beckinsale, this engrossing drama from director Catherine Hardwicke (Thirteen) follows a former boxer seeking one last chance to redeem himself in the eyes of his beloved daughter and grandson.

Rated R for language and some violence