Freeflow is an energetic band that brings people out of their seats with a compelling combination of songs with great hooks and great vocal harmonies. Their sound features everything from Soul and funk to reggae and rock. They have often been compared to bands like Sublime and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, yet have nurtured […]

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Swelling in primordial pulses and wholloping whoops, the tacit tones of Shane Philip’s didgeridoo hold the power to still listeners into silence or encourage audiences to rise up in a tribal swell of intoxicating spirit — with sometimes but a heartbeat in between. Meanwhile his hands will be skilfully juggling between shaking up rhythms with […]

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Between 1825-1833, Scottish naturalist David Douglas made the first systematic collections of flora and fauna in the Hudson’s Bay Company’s Columbia Bay District. Between 1825-1833, Scottish naturalist David Douglas made the first systematic collections of flora and fauna in the Hudson’s Bay Company’s Columbia district. Join author Jack Nisbet for a slide presentation about the […]

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An original musical theatre production from Rossland’s Iron Mountain Theatre; the same folks who created White Star Lady and Company Jump!
PG 12!

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The Valhalla Community Concert Series proudly presents the iconic Canadian folk artist, Connie Kaldor. For over two decades, this Juno Award-winning singer/songwriter has flourished on the Canadian folk scene and beyond. With fourteen albums to her credit; three award-winning children’s books/cds, a musical and much more, Connie Kaldor has been recognized with the Queen’s Golden […]

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Come hear Jan Kabatoff talk about her new exhibition Ice Flows and Sound Retreats. Jan Kabatoff has a fascination with ice. Not the household variety, but glacial ice, and more specifically its relationship to global warming. Kabatoff has travelled to glaciers on seven continents from Argentina to Nunavut documenting and recording the movement and morphing […]

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From trash to treasure…artist Max Liboiron’s reforming of our trash into tantalizing works of art and “walk in” art installations has contagious impact on the communities in which she exhibits her work. Join us to hear Max Liboiron discuss her new installation at Touchstones Nelson. Trashscapes and Rubbish Topographies is a landscape made from road […]

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Welcome to the 2010-11 Nelson Overture Society Concert Series! Book the full Concert Series of all four shows for $75 (a $21 savings) and preferred seating for each one! SEE YOU AT THE THEATRE! Penderecki String Quartet One of the most celebrated chamber ensembles, the group is in its third decade of an extraordinary career, […]

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