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Gallery's fall show features new artists

September
27
,
2016
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Under Sun and Sky, Hampton Gallery’s fall art show, opens Saturday Oct. 1, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.  The show features original works from two new gallery artists, Steve Coffey and Jane Armstrong. As well, Hampton co-owner Peter...

String quartet performs at St. Andrew's

September
27
,
2016
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Saturday is Sycamore String Quartet day, a chance to hear the string quartet up close at St. Andrew’s on the Square. Chamber Musician of Kamloops presents the group in a free concert sponsored by the City and starting at 7:30 p.m. The...

Fall show explores human 'embodiment'

September
21
,
2016
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A fall exhibition opening at Kamloops Art Gallery this weekend probes beyond the superficial, examining human embodiment. Called “All membranes are porous,” the show features related works by half a dozen artists: Margaret Dragu;...

Kids' art festival first, concert second

September
14
,
2016
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This will be a great weekend to be a kid in Kamloops. First comes Saturday’s 17th annual Kamloops Children’s Festival, then it's a Sunday concert at Sagebrush Theatre featuring Bobs & Lolo. The weather outlook is...

Docu-drama casts light on assassination

September
12
,
2016
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A French-Israeli film that retraces the final hours leading up to the final days of assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin has a free screening Frida, Sept. 16, at TRU. The Last Day, a critically acclaimed thriller by director Amos...

Think Canada 150 for photo submissions

September
6
,
2016
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The City once again invites resident photographers — or any resident with a cellphone — to submit their images to illustrate its annual calendar, which will carry a Canada 150 theme in 2017 to mark the sesquicentennial year. Sept. 30,...

Artist aims to bring nature to life

September
2
,
2016
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Nature in all its infinite variety is the seed of inspiration for Nancy Donnithorne. A former Yukoner who has called Kamloops home for the past decade, Donnithorne presents an exhibition of her work, Through My Blue Eyes, from Sept. 7 to Oct. 1...

Museum show digs into cultural past

August
29
,
2016
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Re: Recording Chinese Histories, a locally commissioned historical project by artist Morris Lum, runs Sept. 9-Jan. 21, 2017, at Kamloops Museum. Lum, a Mississauga, Ont. based photographer, created the exhibition using photographs from Kamloops...

Duo, dancers and Miner cap KHR season

August
24
,
2016
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Kamloops Heritage Railway is saving a little more steam for its last weekend of service this summer.  The fun begins Thursday, Aug. 25, 7 p.m. when the musical duo of Sabrina Weeks and Mike Hilliard entertain aboard the 2141 on its regular...

Overlanders Day celebrates North Shore

August
17
,
2016
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The largest event of the year on the North Shore is sure to be an even bigger celebration as Overlanders Day overtakes McDonald Park this Saturday, Aug. 20. “We have a lot of fun coming up,” said Steven Puhallo, manager of North Shore...