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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Thu Oct 28
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Jazz Jam is back! The Thursday Jazz Series plays with a different band each week.
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Fri Oct 29
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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Thu Nov 04
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Tricia at the RCA is back! To mark her return, we're pleased to host a special performance of Tricia with Major Mambo on October 7, 2021. Tickets for this special event are available below. On November 4, Tricia will be appearing solo, and on December 2, she will be appearing once more with Major Mambo. Tricia Dalgleish was born and raised in British Columbia, and makes her home in Kelowna, BC. She began playing piano at the age of five, and has spent her life deeply involved in music. Tricia has been performing professionally on the piano and with various ensembles for over 20 years. She is currently playing and singing in Major Mambo, a Latin band, as well as performing in various combos and on a solo basis. Over the past ten years, Tricia has also worked on a contract basis for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines as part of a nine piece band. *Note: It is strongly recommended that registered patrons come at least 5 minutes before the show starts. Otherwise, slots would be opened to walk-in guests.
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Jazz Jam is back! The Thursday Jazz Series plays with a different band each week.
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Fri Nov 05
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The Rotary Centre for the Arts presents Songs of the Southern Belles. It is a Nashville tribute show celebrating the female country stars of the 50’s through 70’s presented in the style of the Grand Ole Opry. Vocalist Kinga Heming will relive the stories told through songs originally sung by Nashville royalty like Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Connie Smith, Anne Murray and others. Under the music direction of Sean Bray and the ‘Sounds of Nashville’ band, this evening promises a walk down memory lane.
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The first program of Ballet Kelowna’s 2021/22 season celebrates the resurgence of the arts. With world premieres by rising choreographers Kirsten Wicklund and Robert Stephen, and Heather Dotto’s playful Petrushka, the Company returns to the stage with renewed vigour.
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Sat Nov 06
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The Rotary Centre for the Arts presents Songs of the Southern Belles. It is a Nashville tribute show celebrating the female country stars of the 50’s through 70’s presented in the style of the Grand Ole Opry. Vocalist Kinga Heming will relive the stories told through songs originally sung by Nashville royalty like Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Connie Smith, Anne Murray and others. Under the music direction of Sean Bray and the ‘Sounds of Nashville’ band, this evening promises a walk down memory lane.
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Unlock the secret messages within our pirate themed windchimes course! Children immerse themselves through dress up and guided imagery; inspiring art and messages that depict writings of love, to either someone they hold dear, or their future selves. Intended for children ages 5 - 10 and their families.
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The first program of Ballet Kelowna’s 2021/22 season celebrates the resurgence of the arts. With world premieres by rising choreographers Kirsten Wicklund and Robert Stephen, and Heather Dotto’s playful Petrushka, the Company returns to the stage with renewed vigour.
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Sun Nov 07
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The Rotary Centre for the Arts presents Songs of the Southern Belles. It is a Nashville tribute show celebrating the female country stars of the 50’s through 70’s presented in the style of the Grand Ole Opry. Vocalist Kinga Heming will relive the stories told through songs originally sung by Nashville royalty like Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Connie Smith, Anne Murray and others. Under the music direction of Sean Bray and the ‘Sounds of Nashville’ band, this evening promises a walk down memory lane.
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Hate shopping for clothes because nothing fits properly? Do your clothes always need a little tweak? Jeans always have the dreaded waist gap? Shirts fit in the shoulders but not the waist? Jeans always need hemming? Come take this introduction to tailoring and fix these annoying issues!
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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Thu Nov 18
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It is strongly recommended that registered patrons come at least 5 minutes before the show starts. Otherwise, slots would be opened to walk-in guests. Kenny Wayne is a throwback to the golden age of classic rhythm and blues. Born in Spokane and raised in New Orleans, his powerful music recalls the era when piano players like Fats Domino and Amos Milburn and Bill Doggett worked the chitlin’ circuit on the “strolls” in dozens of American cities. As a one-man cheering section for the days when blues and small jazz bands met the roots of rock and roll, Wayne is unapologetic about the music he plays. Sherman Doucette was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Sherman’s natural ear for music began developing at an early age. He left home at fifteen with a harmonica and a twenty dollar bill in his pocket, bound for Vancouver. It was there that he discovered the Chicago blues style on an album featuring Muddy Waters, Junior Wells and James Cotton. By seventeen, he had developed a style of playing greatly influenced by the late great Paul Butterfield. Sherman has had the great privilege of sharing the stage with legendary players such as John Lee Hooker, Albert Collins, Sony Land Slim, Pinetop Perkins, Jim Byrnes and Long John Baldry. School of Blues is on the 3rd Thursday every month from September to December 2021. Beginning January 2022, School of Blues will begin at 7:15 PM.
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Jazz Jam is back! The Thursday Jazz Series plays with a different band each week.
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This progressive 4-week beginner Salsa series with Gurkan will start from the very basics. Together with your classmates, you will develop your knowledge of and confidence with Salsa. Each week’s lesson will add new material and moves, building on the previous weeks' lessons. Students in the progressive lessons are encouraged to attend the subsequent half-hour beginner classes for free, followed by open dance!
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Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Fri Nov 19
Renowned baroque specialist Ivars Taurins leads the OSO in an eclectic program that celebrates the music of this historic era. Performing music from Bach’s own fascinating library of scores as well as pieces he performed in Leipzig, Maestro Taurins of Tafelmusik fame will tie this music all together with an insightful and entertaining narrative.
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Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Sat Nov 20
Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Sun Nov 21
Renowned baroque specialist Ivars Taurins leads the OSO in an eclectic program that celebrates the music of this historic era. Performing music from Bach’s own fascinating library of scores as well as pieces he performed in Leipzig, Maestro Taurins of Tafelmusik fame will tie this music all together with an insightful and entertaining narrative.
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Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Mon Nov 22
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Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Wed Nov 24
Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Thu Nov 25
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Jazz Jam is back! The Thursday Jazz Series plays with a different band each week.
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Theatre Kelowna’s “Sleeping Beauty” is a fairy tale for children aged 3-93! This colourful musical show is an authentic English Panto full of laughter and songs! The Queen is played by a man. There’s a bad fairy and many good fairies; a king, a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There’s talking, singing, dancing animals: a donkey, a cow, a juggling chicken, a scary spider, and a friendly royal cat. A live band accompanies the many musical numbers. This is live theatre to start your Holiday Season with laughter and a song in your heart!
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Fri Nov 26
“The Gryphon’s musical conversations are animated and charming… It has character and detail to spare, and elegance is no small accomplishment.” – The Globe and Mail, Toronto For over 25 years, the Gryphon Trio has firmly established itself as one of the world’s preeminent piano trios, garnering acclaim and impressing international audiences with its highly refined, dynamic and memorable performances. With a repertoire that ranges from traditional to contemporary and from European classicism to modern-day multimedia, including over 85 commissioned new works, the Gryphons are committed to redefining chamber music for the 21st century. The Trio tours regularly throughout North America and Europe and their prolific recording catalogue includes over 23 releases on the Analekta, Naxos, and other labels, and is an encyclopedia of works for the genre. Honours include thirteen nominations and three JUNO Awards for Classical Album of the Year, Opus Magazine Album of the Year, and the prestigious 2013 Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts from the Canada Council for the Arts. In 2019 the Gryphon Trio was appointed Directors Designate of Classical Music Summer Programs at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Roman Borys is Artistic and Executive Director of the Ottawa Chamber Music Society. Annalee Patipatanakoon and Jamie Parker serve as OCMS’ Artistic Advisors in addition to their responsibilities at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music, where Mr. Parker is the Rupert E. Edwards Chair in Piano Performance and Ms. Patipatanakoon is Associate Professor of Violin and Head of Strings.
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“The Gryphon’s musical conversations are animated and charming… It has character and detail to spare, and elegance is no small accomplishment.” – The Globe and Mail, Toronto For over 25 years, the Gryphon Trio has firmly established itself as one of the world’s preeminent piano trios, garnering acclaim and impressing international audiences with its highly refined, dynamic and memorable performances. With a repertoire that ranges from traditional to contemporary and from European classicism to modern-day multimedia, including over 85 commissioned new works, the Gryphons are committed to redefining chamber music for the 21st century. The Trio tours regularly throughout North America and Europe and their prolific recording catalogue includes over 23 releases on the Analekta, Naxos, and other labels, and is an encyclopedia of works for the genre. Honours include thirteen nominations and three JUNO Awards for Classical Album of the Year, Opus Magazine Album of the Year, and the prestigious 2013 Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts from the Canada Council for the Arts. In 2019 the Gryphon Trio was appointed Directors Designate of Classical Music Summer Programs at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Roman Borys is Artistic and Executive Director of the Ottawa Chamber Music Society. Annalee Patipatanakoon and Jamie Parker serve as OCMS’ Artistic Advisors in addition to their responsibilities at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music, where Mr. Parker is the Rupert E. Edwards Chair in Piano Performance and Ms. Patipatanakoon is Associate Professor of Violin and Head of Strings.
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Sat Nov 27
Enter wonderland for an morning of treats, fun, and laughter! Children and their families join the mad hatter in a top hat making working shop and community sculpture of the Topsy Turvy Tower created with teacups and dessert plates. Intended for children ages 5 - 10 and their families.
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Artistic Director/Producer, Tanya Vadurova is pleased to announce: MISSION DANCE CENTRE & COMPANY will perform their annual enchanting “THE NUTCRACKER”. “The Nutcracker” gifts our Holiday Season with memorable inspiration and believing in the magic of a dream! The larger than life, GROWING CHRISTMAS TREE plus a descriptive narration of the STORY will enhance this heart-warming experience. Come feel the joy of the season through dance and this age old, classic tale as you follow young CLARA through her extraordinary dream of adventure. Witness the exquisite SUGAR-PLUM FAIRY and the NUTCRACKER PRINCE, dancing REINDEER pulling Clara's sled, silly CLOWNS and the exciting & COMICAL BATTLE between the pestering MICE and the Nutcracker Soldier’s devoted ARMY. Mission Dance Centre & Company makes this tradition family friendly and a high quality display of the performing arts. It is an exciting and entertaining production that you do not want to miss!
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Artistic Director/Producer, Tanya Vadurova is pleased to announce: MISSION DANCE CENTRE & COMPANY will perform their annual enchanting “THE NUTCRACKER”. “The Nutcracker” gifts our Holiday Season with memorable inspiration and believing in the magic of a dream! The larger than life, GROWING CHRISTMAS TREE plus a descriptive narration of the STORY will enhance this heart-warming experience. Come feel the joy of the season through dance and this age old, classic tale as you follow young CLARA through her extraordinary dream of adventure. Witness the exquisite SUGAR-PLUM FAIRY and the NUTCRACKER PRINCE, dancing REINDEER pulling Clara's sled, silly CLOWNS and the exciting & COMICAL BATTLE between the pestering MICE and the Nutcracker Soldier’s devoted ARMY. Mission Dance Centre & Company makes this tradition family friendly and a high quality display of the performing arts. It is an exciting and entertaining production that you do not want to miss!
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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Thu Dec 02
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Tricia at the RCA is back! To mark her return, we're pleased to host a special performance of Tricia with Major Mambo on October 7, 2021. Tickets for this special event are available below. On November 4, Tricia will be appearing solo, and on December 2, she will be appearing once more with Major Mambo. Tricia Dalgleish was born and raised in British Columbia, and makes her home in Kelowna, BC. She began playing piano at the age of five, and has spent her life deeply involved in music. Tricia has been performing professionally on the piano and with various ensembles for over 20 years. She is currently playing and singing in Major Mambo, a Latin band, as well as performing in various combos and on a solo basis. Over the past ten years, Tricia has also worked on a contract basis for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines as part of a nine piece band. *Note: It is strongly recommended that registered patrons come at least 5 minutes before the show starts. Otherwise, slots would be opened to walk-in guests.
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Jazz Jam is back! The Thursday Jazz Series plays with a different band each week.
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STORY BY C.S. LEWIS, ADAPTED BY JOSEPH ROBINETTE “ENCHANTING AND FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY” – BROADWAY WORLD The thrilling, well-known wintery tale takes four children from a dusty English mansion to a mythical, far-away world gripped in an epic battle between the forces of good and evil. Helped along by a forest of talking animals, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy step into a wardrobe and into Narnia- a wintery world in the grips of the White Witch, waiting for the return of a very special Lion.
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Fri Dec 03
STORY BY C.S. LEWIS, ADAPTED BY JOSEPH ROBINETTE “ENCHANTING AND FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY” – BROADWAY WORLD The thrilling, well-known wintery tale takes four children from a dusty English mansion to a mythical, far-away world gripped in an epic battle between the forces of good and evil. Helped along by a forest of talking animals, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy step into a wardrobe and into Narnia- a wintery world in the grips of the White Witch, waiting for the return of a very special Lion.
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Sat Dec 04
Hate waste and love the planet? Love your old clothes, but they don’t fit anymore? Give old pieces a new life with upcycling! A new name for an old skill, this class will introduce students to the many ways to breathe new life into old pieces. The first half of the class will cover common materials, projects and skills. In the second half of class students will chose a project to take home from materials provided and begin with assistance from the instructor. Basic sewing skills are an asset but not required.
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STORY BY C.S. LEWIS, ADAPTED BY JOSEPH ROBINETTE “ENCHANTING AND FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY” – BROADWAY WORLD The thrilling, well-known wintery tale takes four children from a dusty English mansion to a mythical, far-away world gripped in an epic battle between the forces of good and evil. Helped along by a forest of talking animals, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy step into a wardrobe and into Narnia- a wintery world in the grips of the White Witch, waiting for the return of a very special Lion.
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STORY BY C.S. LEWIS, ADAPTED BY JOSEPH ROBINETTE “ENCHANTING AND FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY” – BROADWAY WORLD The thrilling, well-known wintery tale takes four children from a dusty English mansion to a mythical, far-away world gripped in an epic battle between the forces of good and evil. Helped along by a forest of talking animals, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy step into a wardrobe and into Narnia- a wintery world in the grips of the White Witch, waiting for the return of a very special Lion.
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Hate waste and love the planet? Love your old clothes, but they don’t fit anymore? Give old pieces a new life with upcycling! A new name for an old skill, this class will introduce students to the many ways to breathe new life into old pieces. The first half of the class will cover common materials, projects and skills. In the second half of class students will chose a project to take home from materials provided and begin with assistance from the instructor. Basic sewing skills are an asset but not required.
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Sun Dec 05
STORY BY C.S. LEWIS, ADAPTED BY JOSEPH ROBINETTE “ENCHANTING AND FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY” – BROADWAY WORLD The thrilling, well-known wintery tale takes four children from a dusty English mansion to a mythical, far-away world gripped in an epic battle between the forces of good and evil. Helped along by a forest of talking animals, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy step into a wardrobe and into Narnia- a wintery world in the grips of the White Witch, waiting for the return of a very special Lion.
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