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Local musicians make Kootenay Festival of the Arts a resounding success

Local musicians make Kootenay Festival of the Arts a resounding success

The latest event was held in March and April in Nelson
Tango lovers meet in Nelson for weekend marathon

Tango lovers meet in Nelson for weekend marathon

‘It becomes a passion. It almost takes over your life’
New film links Vietnam War protests with Doukhobor history

New film links Vietnam War protests with Doukhobor history

Heart of Gold, directed by Patricia Gruban, will premiere June 15 in Castlegar
Embrace the joy of living: West Kootenay Francophone fest goes May 25

Embrace the joy of living: West Kootenay Francophone fest goes May 25

Francophone association ready to celebrate the long-awaited event
Creston movie directors to bring new film festival to Cranbrook

Creston movie directors to bring new film festival to Cranbrook

Bleeding Tree International Film Festival scheduled for Aug. 9 in Cranbrook
Largest-ever Kootenay Children’s Festival coming to Cranbrook in May

Largest-ever Kootenay Children’s Festival coming to Cranbrook in May

Event will feature The Golden Crust Family, Karima Essa and Christina The Crazy Hooper
Nelson actor becomes ruthless warlord in new Disney Shōgun series

Nelson actor becomes ruthless warlord in new Disney Shōgun series

Hiromoto Ida plays a feudal lord of 17th century Japanese samurai culture
Footlighters, going boldly with Star Trak

Footlighters, going boldly with Star Trak

Theatre Society is bringing science fiction to the stage at Kootenay River Theatre April 5-7
Black and Rural by Shayna Jones touring Kootenay Region in April

Black and Rural by Shayna Jones touring Kootenay Region in April

Stage play examines the experiences of Black folks living in rural areas
The rise of Burlesque: Unself-censored self-expression

The rise of Burlesque: Unself-censored self-expression

Queen City Burlesque’s Burlesque Expo set for Nelson this weekend, March 15, 16