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Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
November 29, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

Retro Rock Trivia @ Rockin' Firkin'
General
May 11, 2016 - May 17, 2017

Retro Rock Trivia takes places every Wednesday at the Rockin' Firkin' starting at 8pm. Test your music knowledge and win prizes!

Retro Rock Trivia @ Dirty Jersey
General
May 12, 2016 - May 18, 2017

Retro Rock Trivia takes places every Thursday at the Dirty Jersey starting at 8pm. Test your music knowledge and win prizes!

Kamloops Artisan Winter Market @ Sahali Mall
Local Market Shows, Festivals & Fairs
October 29, 2016 - April 29, 2017

The Kamloops Artisan Winter Market is open every Saturday from 10:00 to 2:00 pm at suite #50 at Sahali Mall. This Market is open to all artists and home based business.We will be also hosting art classes and music and demonstrations. To learn more go to Www.kamloopsartisanmarket.com

Heart & Stroke Foundation Big Bike
Fundraiser
November 15, 2016 - June 3, 2017

Join us for a heart healthy and exhilarating ride on a bicycle built for 30; On May 31st & June1-2 2017, the Big Bike will roll into Kamloops to create awareness and raise funds for the Heart & Stroke Foundation!

Becoming Animal/Becoming Landscape @Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
January 14 - February 25, 2017
Becoming Animal/Becoming Landscapes looks at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery's collection through the lens of today's "post-human" discourse that questions the singularity and primacy of man, which has been the dominant view in the West since the Renaissance. At a time of impending catastrophe caused by the change in climate provoked by human activity, some say we now live in a geological aged called the AntropoceneCthe era when human activity has transformed the global climate. It is perhaps ironic that at this juncture progressive scholars have come to question a basic assumpption of the modern West, that man is a measure of all things. 
Ann Kipling:Gestural Terrain@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
January 14 - March 25, 2017

Ann Kipling lives and works in Falkland, BC. Her work is imbued with the beauty and quiet of this rural area. Focusing primarily on portraits, animals and the landscape, Ann Kipling’s process includes drawing similar subjects over long periods of time, recording subtle changes and shifts in expression within these subjects. This prolonged scrutiny gives Kipling's work an unmistakable intensity, fluidity of line and graphic complexity that approaches abstraction. Her portraits are psychologically revealing, retaining evidence of a closely observed encounter between subject and artist. Kipling admits to becoming obsessed with a subject, forming a bond, then interpreting it repeatedly until she exhausts its visual possibilities. Through her repetitive mark-making Kipling suggests that one view cannot capture the complexity and changeability of a person or animal—these fields of reference are variable and constantly shifting.

 

Laura Findlay: Moving While Looking at Things That Do Not Move@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
January 14 - March 25, 2017

Moving While Looking at Things That Do Not Moveemerges from the writing of Scottish author Nan Shepherd (1893-1981) and her book The Living Mountain. In it, Shepherd champions a prolonged and contemplative experience of the landscape, foregoing a hurried ascent to a mountain peak in favour of savouring the expanse of the plateau. Shepherd asserts that “moving the eye itself when looking at things that do not move, deepens one’s sense of outer reality.”

Everyday Sustainable Energy Superheroes@BMO Open Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
January 14 - March 25, 2017

Sustainable energy can be ingenious, high-tech, simple or old-fashioned, and can exist simultaneously in two seemingly conflicting realms: energy creation and energy conservation. Through this exhibition, the Kamloops Chapter of the BCSEA celebrates our community’s sustainable energy superheroes and aims to inspire others to use more sustainable energy options, which are needed now more than ever.

OFA Level 3 First Aid @ St John Ambulance
General
February 20 - March 3, 2017

OFA Level 3 first aid is a 70 hour program designed for remote worksites or employers with large workforces more than 20 minutes from medical aid. Successful participants will be qualified to work as a WorkSafeBC OFA Level 3 first aid attendant.

Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 22, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

Logograph@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 22, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24. 

Kris Bose @ Kamloops Library
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 22, 2017

Join us for a reading by multidisciplinary artist, musician and filmaker Chris Bose. He has read and performed at universities, theatres and coffee houses at all points from Victoria to Montreal.  As well as the BC Festival of the Arts, Bose was a literary delegate to the "Talking Stick Arts Festival" in Vancouverand and the "Word on the Street Festival" in Toronto. Chris is of the N'laka'pa,ux Nation in BC and currently spends his time in Kamloops. 

To register, please contact the Library at 2503725145

Family Storytime + Baby and Me@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 23, 2017

Join us in our studios for songs, stories and puppets with Kathy from the Kamloops Library, followed by baby-friendly art making at 11:00. Visit Programs for more details. 

10:30am. 

Art Duel@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 23, 2017

Join us for our fourth annual blindfolded face-off! Drawing on the theme of transformation, contestants will be assigned two random subjects (say, a dishwasher and an elephant) and tasked with creating a drawing of one transforming into the other in 60 seconds or less—while blindfolded. Yes, we know this task is nearly impossible. That’s the point (and what makes these events fun). Participants will be judged on their costumes, performances and their completed drawing. The winner will be awarded a solo exhibition on our BMO Open Gallery in October 2017.

Not interested in participating? Join the Art Duel Peanut Gallery! Heckle contestants as they fumble through their tasks, cheer for your friends and dance to the live DJ set. Free snacks and a cash bar will be open throughout the event.

Art Duel has space for 16 competitors. Register early to ensure your place in the competition. Visit the Gallery or call 250-377-2400. 

 

6:00pm-9:00pm. All Ages. 

Western Canada Theatre: Ring of Fire (The Music of Johnny Cash) @ Sagebrush Theatre
Theatre
February 23 - March 4, 2017

The ultimate tribute to the iconic Johnny Cash, Ring of Fire tells the story of finding love, success, faith and redemption. Performed by a multi-talented cast, this production includes all of Cash’s classic hits, including: "I Walk the Line," and “A Boy Named Sue.” A powerful tribute to the Man in Black, an endlessly entertaining journey that will leave you cheering for more!

-All ages welcome

TELUS Nancy Greene Alpine Classic @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
February 24 - 25, 2017

It's a fun team race on snowcross course. Every team must include at least one member of each sex to be eligible for prizes. All participants must be 19+. Snowboarders and telemarkers welcome! Proceeds will go to Sun Peaks Health Association, Kamloops RIH Foundation, and Sun Peaks junior ski racing.

Pro-D Day Babysitting Course @ St John Ambulance
Childrens Event
February 24, 2017

This course is designed to teach young people 11-14 years old how to care for children and infants while babysitting. The course will enhance awareness and safety, responsible babysitting, and develop skills to cope with common emergencies. $49 includes workbook & first aid kit.

Kamloops Blazers vs Kelowna @ The Sandman Centre
Sports & Tournaments
February 24, 2017

Come cheer on your Kamloops Blazers as they take on Kelowna at the Sandman Centre

Call: 250-828-3492 for tickets and more information

Construction Days @ BIG Little Science Centre
Childrens Event
February 24, 2017

LEGO! Megablox, MagNext and more! Professional Development Day for SD #73: Building materials will be out all day for creative constructions. 10am to 4pm

The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy.

 

Kamloops Symphony presents Chamber Music Series @ Thompson Rivers University Alumni Theatre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 25, 2017

Sun Rivers Trio

7:30 pm

Painting 101 @ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 25, 2017

Learn the basics of acrylic painting with local artist and educator Elizabeth Pattie. Covering everything from colour theory to landscape painting, this workshop offers something for everyone. Visit Programs for more details.

1:00pm-4:00pm. All Ages. $30. 

Forces and Motion Show @ BIG Little Science CentreThe Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy
Childrens Event
February 25, 2017

A force is a push or a pull. Explore the different types of force surrounding us and how they create movement. Be prepared for some surprises & to make things move. 

11am and 1:30pm. The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy

Generation Z@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 27, 2017

What does it mean to be a youth? How are youth perceived and represented in our society? Join KAG Teen Intern Emma Thibault and Art Instructor Anyssa Gill to explore these ideas and make art. Visit Programs for more details. Visit  Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 13-18. 

Drink and Draw @ Zack's Coffee
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 27, 2017

Join us at Zack’s Coffee on the last Monday of every month to contribute to large-scale collaborative drawings, play Surrealist drawing games and enjoy some of Kamloops’ best coffee and tea. No experience is necessary. All supplies are provided. Visit Programs for more details.

6:00pm. All Ages. 

Generation Z@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 27, 2017

What does it mean to be a youth? How are youth perceived and represented in our society? Join KAG Teen Intern Emma Thibault and Art Instructor Anyssa Gill to explore these ideas and make art. Visit Programs for more details. Visit  Programs for more details.

Ages 13-18

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 28, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

3:00pm.Ages 16+.

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
February 28, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 1, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Kamloops Blazers vs Seattle @ The Sandman Centre
Sports & Tournaments
March 1, 2017

Come cheer on your Kamloops Blazers as they take on Seattle at the Sandman Centre

Call: 250-828-3492 for tickets and more information

21st Annual Kamloops Film Festival @ Paramount Theatre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 2 - 11, 2017

This year's festival will feature a diverse collection of 21 films from around the globe. Take part in screenings, film discussions, special events and more. All films are shown at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Kamloops. For details on the film schedule, tickets and festival passes visit kamloopsfilmfest.ca.

Arbour Aboriginal Artists Collective Youth Workshops with Chris Bose @ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 2, 2017

Arbour Collective provides opportunities for youth and adults to create art, learn new creative methods and exhibit or perform in the Kamloops area. Collective members will be working in KAG studios on the first Thursday of most months, February through June. Youth and adults of all nationalities are invited to drop in to participate. No registration required. No experience necessary. All supplies are provided. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 12+

 
ART EXPOSED Regional Exhibition
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 3 - 11, 2017

Over 125 pieces of hand-made, locally created art for purchase! Now in its 7th year, the Kamloops Arts Council's ART EXPOSED Regional Exhibition is a community-centred visual arts exhibit. Unique to the area, Art Exposed is open; all residents of the TNRD have been invited to submit artwork.

Art Exposed Regional Exhibition @ Old Courthouse Cultural Centre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 3 - 11, 2017

Now in its 7th year, the Kamloops Arts Council's ART EXPOSED Regional Exhibition is a community-centred visual arts exhibit. With over 125 pieces for viewing & purchasing! Unique to the area, Art Exposed is open; all residents of the TNRD have been invited to submit artwork.

PROTOForm Western Canadian Indoor Championship Series @ Tournament Capital Centre
Sports & Tournaments
March 3 - 5, 2017

The WCICS  is the world’s largest indoor carpet racing series, our Kamloops club is hosting the WCICS Championship Races at the Tournament Capital Center. Event runs from 9am til 7pm on Saturday, and 9am til 3pm on Sunday. 

Registration is now open at www.wcics.ca so head on over if you would like to compete. Event is also open to spectators both days with FREE admission for spectators. 

Nordic Festival @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
March 4 - 5, 2017

Join us on Saturday March 4th for the Sun Peaks Loppet open to all ages and abilities skate and classic. Click here for more details on the Loppet.

Loppet @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
March 4, 2017

The Sun Peaks Loppet is a fun, family-oriented x-country race open to all abilities. There is a 30km course to enter as a skater or classic skier, a 15km distance, a 2km course for beginners, novice skiers, bunnies and rabbits, and a 5km course for rabbits and track attack skiers.

Velocity Challenge & FIS Speed @ Sun Peaks ResortSki World Cup
Sports & Tournaments
March 4 - 8, 2017

This event has held distinction of being the only speed skiing event in North America and one of the longest running speed skiing events globally. "So You Think You're Fast, eh?" is for first time speed skiers to experience speed skiing in an introductory level pre-race training day event.

The North Face Dirty Feet Snowshoe Fun Run & Walk @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
March 4, 2017

The Dirty Feet Snowshoe Fun Run is a fun running and walking event consisting of two distances: approximately 5km and 10km, suitable for all ages.

Tom Cochrane @ Sandman Centre
Live Music
March 4, 2017

8pm  Tickets $64.50 and $49.50  Tickets available at Sandman Centre Box office, www.ticketmaster.ca or 1-855-985-5000.

Wellness Day @ Nature's Fare Markets
Special Event
March 4, 2017

Meet wellness experts and enjoy samples, as well as 15% off the entire store!

 

Kamloops Fiddlers Dance @ Heritage House
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 4, 2017

7:30pm-10:00pm. Admission is at the door: Members | $6, Nonmembers | $10. Everyone is welcome!

Beautiful Light & Colour Show @ BIG Little Science Centre
Childrens Event
March 4, 2017

The beautiful and enlightening Light and Colour Show is an interactive, fun show that helps you find some rainbows in your life. Help us split light and put it back together again. We discover different ways of making light and how the energy works depending on the systems involved. 

11am and 1:30pm. The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy

Generation Z@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 6, 2017

What does it mean to be a youth? How are youth perceived and represented in our society? Join KAG Teen Intern Emma Thibault and Art Instructor Anyssa Gill to explore these ideas and make art. Visit Programs for more details. Visit  Programs for more details.

Ages 13-18

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 7, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 8, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Drink and Draw @ Red Collar Brewery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 8, 2017

Join us at Red Collar Brewing Co. on the second Wednesday of every month to contribute to large-scale collaborative drawings, play Surrealist drawing games and enjoy some of Kamloops’ best local beer. No experience is necessary. All supplies are provided. Minors are welcome with an accompanying parent or guardian. Visit Programs for more details.

All Ages

Kamloops Blazers vs Victoria @ The Sandman Centre
Sports & Tournaments
March 8, 2017

Come cheer on your Kamloops Blazers as they take on Victoria at the Sandman Centre

Call: 250-828-3492 for tickets and more information

Art History Happy Hour @ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 9, 2017

Learn something new while enjoying your after-work drink. Every month will offer a new topic on diverse aspects of art history presented by local artists, educators and researchers. A cash bar is available. Visit Programs for more information. 

5:00pm-6:00pm. Ages 19+.

Celebrity Chef Vikram Vij @ Sun Peaks Grand
Special Event
March 10 - 11, 2017

Experience the cuisine and culture of India with Celebrity Chef Vikram Vij.

Presented by Sun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre, this event offers two days of incredible food, individual cooking instruction, entertainment, and personal access to one of Canada's most successful and charismatic culinary icons. Chef Vikram Vij will share his incredible journey from India to Europe, to renowned Canadian Chef, author and TV personality. 

Kamloops Symphony presents Czech Mates @ Sagebrush Theatre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 11, 2017

This programme highlights the bassoon.  Hear its unique and attractive sound in the simple melodies and enchanting rhythms of the Canadian composer Mozetich.  This concert concludes with one of the most exciting symphonies in the repertoire.

Kamloops Blazers vs Vancouver @ The Sandman Centre
Sports & Tournaments
March 11, 2017

Come cheer on your Kamloops Blazers as they take on Vancouver at the Sandman Centre

Call: 250-828-3492 for tickets and more information

Plate Tectonics Lab @ BIG Little Science Centre
Childrens Event
March 11, 2017

Discover the world below the continents and how the world is put together. Slide edible continental plates to create earthquakes and mountains; and eat them too!

11am and 1:30pm. The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy

Generation Z@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 13 - February 13, 2017

What does it mean to be a youth? How are youth perceived and represented in our society? Join KAG Teen Intern Emma Thibault and Art Instructor Anyssa Gill to explore these ideas and make art. Visit Programs for more details. Visit  Programs for more details.

Ages 13-18

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 14, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 15, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Kamloops Cowboy Festival @ Coast Hotel & Conference Centre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 16 - 19, 2017

This is the largest Cowboy Festival in Canada, and one of the largest in North America. It is a celebration of western heritage in Kamloops and showcases the best in cowboy poetry and western music, as well as cowboy artists and artisans.

Antiques & Collectibles Sale @ North Shore Community Centre
Fundraiser
March 17 - 18, 2017

Spring Antiques & Collectibles Sale Friday and Saturday, March 17 & 18, 2017. Admission is $3, and funds raised go towards programs at the Centre. Sale runs Friday 4pm to 8pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm. Tables available for vendors - please contact.

Kamloops Blazers vs Prince George @ The Sandman Centre
Sports & Tournaments
March 17, 2017

Come cheer on your Kamloops Blazers as they take on Prince George at the Sandman Centre

Call: 250-828-3492 for tickets and more information

Freudian Slips Present Mario Party @ Stage House Theatre
Theatre
March 18, 2017

Improv Comedy  Tickets $15  Doors Open 7:30pm  Show Begins 8pm

Appropriate for Ages 16 & up  Door Prizes for those in themed costume!

Doc and the Disorderlies @ Barnhartvale Coffee House
Live Music
March 18, 2017

Admission $5 (free to open mic performers & children under 12).  Doors Open at 6:30pm,  Music at 7:00pm.

Build a Vehicle @ BIG Little Science Centre
Childrens Event
March 18, 2017

Using materials provided, follow/create a design to make your own vehicle to keep.

All day long. The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy.

Spiked Pig Dinner Series @ Noble Pig Brewhouse
Special Event
March 19, 2017

Exclusive themed 5 course dinner with beer pairings. Tickets are limited. $55 including tax and gratuity. Starts at 6pm

Super Static Electricity Show @ BIG Little Science Centre
Childrens Event
March 21 - 25, 2017

An interactive, fun show that introduces static electricity, explores how it works and produces static in many ways, including using van de Graaff generators. Is it time for your science centre hair-do?

11am and 1:30pm. The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy.

Hub International Nancy Greene Festival @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
March 24 - 25, 2017

The 15th Annual Hub International Nancy Greene Festival is the biggest Nancy Greene Ski League (NGSL) festival in Canada. With over 500 kids participating, Sun Peaks Resort hosts 2000 people who come to enjoy all the fun events the festival has to offer.

Kamloops Symphony presents Chamber Music Series @ Thompson Rivers University Alumni Theatre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
March 25, 2017

Vocal Spectrum

7:30 pm

Awesome Magnetism Show @ BIG Little Science Centre
Childrens Event
March 28 - April 1, 2017

This Awesome Magnetism Show is an interactive, fun show that explores magnetism and gives you some magnetic magic tricks to try out at home!

11am and 1:30pm. The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy

Lecture: An Intro to Honey bees & Beekeeping @ BIG Little Science Centre
Special Event
March 29, 2017

Joanne Nicklas will discuss honey bees and the important role they play in food production.
Free entry. 7:00pm start, for older children and adults. Part of the Science Centre Lecture Series.

 

Party in the Park @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
April 2, 2017

Oronge Boardshop brings you sweet tunes, sunshine, and tons of prizing for the Party in the Park Slopestyle, a slopestyle event for everyone hosted in the intermediate zone half-way down our Sun Peaks Rockstar Energy Terrain Park!

Western Canada Theatre: The Cure for Death by Lightning @ Sagebrush Theatre
Theatre
April 6 - 15, 2017

Set in Turtle Valley in the shadow of WWII. The fifteenth summer of Beth Weeks' life is full of strange happenings: a classmate is mauled to death; children go missing on the nearby reserve; and an unseen predator pursues Beth. She must face the darkness within her own family and the dangers of the bush. Based on the award-winning novel.

 

-All ages welcome

Coors Light Snowbombing Canada @ Sun Peaks Resort
Live Music
April 6 - 10, 2017

Family Weeks Book Online EVENT DETAILS: Coors Light Snowbombing Canada Date Apr 6 - 10 2017 Registration Website: www.snowbombingcanada.com Europe's biggest music festival on snow makes its Canadian debut in Sun Peaks this spring! World Class acts and inspiring venues create an epic combination during four days of unparalleled entertainment.

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 11, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 12, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Drink and Draw @ Red Collar Brewery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 12, 2017

Join us at Red Collar Brewing Co. on the second Wednesday of every month to contribute to large-scale collaborative drawings, play Surrealist drawing games and enjoy some of Kamloops’ best local beer. No experience is necessary. All supplies are provided. Minors are welcome with an accompanying parent or guardian. Visit Programs for more details.

All Ages

Tod Mountain Days Spring Festival @ Sun Peaks Resort
Special Event
April 15 - 16, 2017

Don't miss our annual end of season celebrations during the final weekend of winter lift operations. Tod Mountain Days Spring Festival is a blast for the entire family!

Easter Egg Extravaganza @ Sun Peaks Resort
Childrens Event
April 16, 2017

The Easter Bunny has been spotted at Sun Peaks Resort! Reports have him hiding eggs off in the trees. Of course he wants you to find them so come, meet up with the Easter Bunny and Harry Bear, and ski around looking for hidden chocolate goodies!

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 18, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 19, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

Kamloops Symphony presents Alex Cuba @ Sagebrush Theatre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 21 - 22, 2017

Latin Grammy and Juno award winner Alex Cuba will bring his music to the Sagebrush Theatre stage.  The Cuban-Canadian singer-songwriter will expand his band from four piece to full orchestra with innovative arrangements.

Friday, April 21, 2017 - 7:30 pm    Saturday, April 22, 2017 - 7:30 pm

 

Spiked Pig Dinner Series @ Noble Pig Brewhouse
Special Event
April 23, 2017

Exclusive themed 5 course dinner with beer pairings. Tickets are limited. $55 including tax and gratuity. Starts at 6pm

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 25, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 26, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Kamloops Symphony presents Chamber Music Series @ Thompson Rivers University Alumni Theatre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
April 29, 2017

Sycamore String Quartet With Flute and Piano

7:30 pm

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 2, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 3, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 3, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

Western Canada Theatre: Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth @ Sagebrush Theatre
Theatre
May 4 - 13, 2017

A moving and surprisingly funny story of two sisters finding a way to each other. Grace, an Indigenous girl adopted by a white family, is asked by her birth sister to return to the reserve for their mother’s funeral. Afraid of opening old wounds, Grace must find a place where the culture of her past can feed the truth of her present.

-All ages welcome

Arbour Aboriginal Artists Collective Youth Workshops with Chris Bose @ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 4, 2017

Arbour Collective provides opportunities for youth and adults to create art, learn new creative methods and exhibit or perform in the Kamloops area. Collective members will be working in KAG studios on the first Thursday of most months, February through June. Youth and adults of all nationalities are invited to drop in to participate. No registration required. No experience necessary. All supplies are provided. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 12+

 
Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 9, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 10, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Drink and Draw @ Red Collar Brewery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 10, 2017

Join us at Red Collar Brewing Co. on the second Wednesday of every month to contribute to large-scale collaborative drawings, play Surrealist drawing games and enjoy some of Kamloops’ best local beer. No experience is necessary. All supplies are provided. Minors are welcome with an accompanying parent or guardian. Visit Programs for more details.

All Ages

Art History Happy Hour @ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 11, 2017

Learn something new while enjoying your after-work drink. Every month will offer a new topic on diverse aspects of art history presented by local artists, educators and researchers. A cash bar is available. Visit Programs for more information. 

5:00pm-6:00pm. Ages 19+.

Kamloops Symphony presents Rachmaninoff and Stravinsky @ Sagebrush Theatre
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 13, 2017

Presenting the amazing Jaeden Izik-Dzurko of Salmon Arm.  Such an impeccable young performer is a rarity.  Don't miss the opportunity to hear this emerging artist from our own backyard.

7;30 pm

Gerry Dee @ Sagebrush Theatre
Special Event
May 14, 2017

Gerry Dee is one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents. Drawing inspiration from his years as a high school teacher, Gerry is the star and co-creator of the hit CBC sitcom“mr.d”, now entering its 6th season. Gerry is the Winner of the 2013 Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Comedic Role for his work on "mr.d". Gerry's book "Teaching: It's Harder Than It Looks" was a National Bestseller. Gerry will certainly provide you with a night of laughter you will never forget.

7:30pm. Tickets available at www.kamloopslive.com

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 16, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 17, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 17, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 23, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 24, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 30, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 31, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
May 31, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

Arbour Aboriginal Artists Collective Youth Workshops with Chris Bose @ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 1, 2017

Arbour Collective provides opportunities for youth and adults to create art, learn new creative methods and exhibit or perform in the Kamloops area. Collective members will be working in KAG studios on the first Thursday of most months, February through June. Youth and adults of all nationalities are invited to drop in to participate. No registration required. No experience necessary. All supplies are provided. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 12+

 
Dean Brody's Beautiful Freakshow Tour @ Sandman Centre
Live Music
June 2, 2017

7pm  Tickets $35, $45 and $59.50.  Tickets available at Sandman Centre Box Office, Ticketmaster or 1-855-985-5000.

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 6, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 7, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Skate Sun Peaks @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
June 10 - 11, 2017

Landyachtz presents Skate Sun Peak Resort, boasting a tight and techy freeride with a ski lift back to the top! Exclusively on June 10-11, downhill skaters will get endless runs down 17 unique corners, 14 of which skaters will have to drift to control speed.

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 13, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 14, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 14, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

Drink and Draw @ Red Collar Brewery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 14, 2017

Join us at Red Collar Brewing Co. on the second Wednesday of every month to contribute to large-scale collaborative drawings, play Surrealist drawing games and enjoy some of Kamloops’ best local beer. No experience is necessary. All supplies are provided. Minors are welcome with an accompanying parent or guardian. Visit Programs for more details.

All Ages

5K Foam Fest - Canada's #1 Fun Run @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
June 17, 2017

Grab your friends and family and laugh your way through over 22 Obstacles, Mud, and of course FOAM!!! We make it a fun and exciting challenge for experienced and beginner runners alike. A festival atmosphere offering activities for all ages.

5K Foam Fest @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
June 17, 2017

The “5K Foam Fest” is a one of a kind event, is not a hardcore run it is a FUNCORE run. We make it a fun and exciting challenge for experienced and beginner runners alike. Walk it, charge it, run it, fun it!

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 20, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Laura Findlay: Moving While Looking at Things That Do Not Move@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 21, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Lift and Lager - Opening Weekend @ Sun Peaks Resort
Special Event
June 24, 2017

We've teamed up with Molson to bring you a beer with a view on Saturday to celebrate opening weekend! From 12:00pm - 6:00pm your hiking or Bike Park lift ticket includes a beer at the Sunburst Lodge, and of course this extends to our hiking and Bike Park pass holders.

Ladies' Afternoon Drawing Club@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 27, 2017

Based on the hugely successful Ladies’ Drawing Nights started in New York City by artists Leah Goren, Julia Rothman and Rachel Cole, the Ladies’ Afternoon Drawing Club is for women who want to drink tea (and coffee), make friends and develop their art-making skills. Each week, KAG Art Instructor Elizabeth Pattie will lead a workshop exploring a selected topic, ranging from pencil shading techniques to gouache painting methods. In addition to learning new art-making techniques, you will also explore the work of contemporary and historical female artists to inspire your own artwork. Visit Programs for more details.

Ages 16+

Logograph@ Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 28, 2017

Previously known as The Graphic Novel Club, this program began as a joint initiative with the Kamloops Art Gallery and the Kamloops Library to create a collaborative public art project. Out of this has developed Logograph, a youth-directed club that meets weekly at the Gallery and Library. Led by our Teen Intern, this program offers space for creative youth to make art and generate ideas for future projects. New members are always welcome. Visit Programs for more details.

3:30pm-5:00pm. Ages 12-24.

Art & Coffee Klatch@Kamloops Art Gallery
Arts, Culture & Heritage
June 28, 2017

Join us in our studios for coffee and conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop. Coffee (and tea) is served at 10:00; the workshop begins at 10:30.

Art can be messy—please wear something you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Please visit Kamloops Adult Learners' Society web site for registration forms and office hours to register in person. Visit Programs for more details.

 

10:00am. Ages 60+.

2017 Sport Chek Kamloops Marathon
Special Event
July 23, 2017

Full and Relay Marathon  6am start

Half Marathon - 6am start

8 km Marathon - 9am start

3 km Family Fun Marathon - 9:30am start

 

 

Pedal Fest @ Sun Peaks Resort
Sports & Tournaments
September 2 - 4, 2017

Join us at Sun Peaks Resort over Labour Day Long Weekend for our 'Peaks Pedal Fest', celebrating a truly radical season of bicycling!