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October 8th – Rita Chiarelli
October 26th – BC World Music Collective
November 14th – The Great Canadian Songbook
November 23rd – Tara Cheyenne ‘ I Can’t Remember’
January 18th – Cheng2 Duo
January 25th – CG3 + MG3
February 22nd – Double Double Duo
March 9th – Luke McMaster ‘Icons of Soul’
All performances start at 8pm at Mount Elizabeth Theatre.
Tickets are available at Bradley’s Bait & Tackle. Adults: $25 Seniors: $20 Students: $15
CFNR is a proud sponsor of the Kitimat Concert Association’s 2018/2019 concert season!
Women and Development’s Annual Harvest Book Sale is happening October 20th from 11am to 2:30pm at their new location: Knox United Church in Terrace.
Come out and support a worthwhile fundraiser where all money raised goes directly to projects that support women and children in developing countries.
For more information contact Katharine at 250-615-0125.
Groundwater Licensing Requirements Open House FrontCounter BC is hosting several open houses in October to assist in the groundwater licence application process. FrontCounter BC and water allocation staff will be available to answer questions and help ensure your application is complete upon submission.
Burns Lake – Lakes District Secondary School – October 23, 2018 from 4:00pm – 700pm
Smithers – Nora Building (3726 Alfred Avenue) – October 24, 2018 from 4:00pm – 700pm.
Terrace – Caledonia Secondary School – October 25, 2018 from 4:00pm – 700pm.
FrontCounter BC provides a single point of contact service to assist you with licences, permits, registrations and other authorizations required to utilize the Province’s natural resources.
BV Concert Association is excited to present the BC World Music Collective! If ever there could be a world music supergroup, this is it. Thirteen musicians combine instruments and voices from Cuba, Mexico, Brazil, Zimbabwe, London and more. These talented artists from across the globe now make their home in the beautiful province of BC and are coming on tour to the Della Herman Theatre on Wednesday, October 24, 2018.
The international collective has ties to our local community. The Collectie is comprised of Adonis Puentes, Celso Machado, Tonye Aganaba, Kurai Blessing, JP Carter, Locarno (Tom Landa, Pedro Mota, Robin Layne, Liam MacDonald, Nick La Riviere, Kalissa Landa, JeanSe LeDoujet) and First Nations (Stō:lo/St’át’imc/Nlaka’pamux Territories) rapper, Ostwelve.
Ronnie Dean Harris, aka Ostwelve, is a Stō:lo/St’át’imc/Nlaka’pamux Territories multimedia artist based in Vancouver, BC. As an actor and composer for the APTN/Showcase series “Moccasin Flats” he played the character named “Red”. As rapper, Ostwelve, he has opened for Snoop Dog & K’naan, among others.
Adonis Puentes and his fraternal twin Alexis, or Alex Cuba, were born in Cuba. Adonis has received Juno and Grammy Award nominations as lead vocalist with Mongorama. The Puentes Brothers’ award-winning 2001 CD, Morumba Cubana and Adonis’ 2005 solo debut, Vida were critically acclaimed, the latter earning Artist of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year in the Island Music Awards.
A Juno Award winner with his band, The Paperboys, Tom Lando also brings the members of Locarno, the WCMA nominated Latin dance band, to the BCWMC mix. Hailing from Mexico, Tom plays guitar, jarana and provides vocals.
This is truly an exciting band with impressive talent. Their performance is a collaboration that sees all the musicians playing with each other, and backing each other up as they sing their own songs and tell the stories of where they are from, and how they got to BC. They take listeners on a worldwide journey without ever leaving home.
Tickets are on sale at Mountain Eagle Books and (if they don’t sell out) at the door.
Haunted Library Stories
What happens when the library lights go out? Scary stories and ghoulish delights! Come in costume or as you are to enjoy spine-tingling stories (for older goblins), or slightly spooky stories (for younger ghosts). Halloween treats will also be on hand.
Friday, October 26th
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Smithers Public Library
This event is made possible thanks to the Library Volunteens (with support from School District 54).