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Sunday Nite Live from Downtown Peachland will be held on October 2 from 6-9 PM at the historic Peachland Little Schoolhouse on Brandon Lane off Fourth Street. Original scripted skits written by Peachland Playwrights, a subgroup of Writers Unblocked, will be performed in the genre of readers theatre. The skits range in length from 3 to ten minutes, using a minimal amount of costumes and staging arrangements. Musical performances will be interspersed between skits, along with an ongoing trivia historical contest. Starting on September 1, a limited number (50) of free tickets will be available for pickup at the Mary Smith Gallery in the Historic Peachland School on Beach Avenue in Peachland. This is part of the BC Culture Days celebrations. Admission is by donation.
You are invited to attend the 2016 BC Culture Days Provincial Launch…
When: Friday, September 30 from 4-7 p.m.
NEW Location: Sensisyusten School, 1920 Quail Ln
PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE! SENSISYUSTEN HOUSE OF LEARNING
Directions from Peachland: Head northeast on Okanagan Hwy 97N towards West Kelowna
Turn right onto Elk Rd
Turn left onto Ridge Estates Dr
Continue straight onto Grouse Rd
Turn left onto Quail Lane
Westbank First Nation, the City of West Kelowna and the Peachland Community Arts Council will kick off the seventh annual Culture Days weekend (September 30, October 1 and October 2), a three-day celebration of arts, culture and heritage featuring free, interactive and hands-on activities for the public. Celebrations will take place from 4-7 p.m. at the West Kelowna Rotary Beach and Westbank First Nation Public Beach.
The provincial launch is presented in cooperation with the Suk’wtemsqilx’w West Kelowna Arts Council (SWAC), an arts council uniting the two communities of West Kelowna and Westbank First Nation through cultural partnerships and collaboration.
Festivities will begin with a stage program emceed by Westbank First Nation councillor, Chris Derrickson, and will include an Orange Shirt Day ceremony in honour of residential school survivors. The public is invited to view performances, take part in workshops and demos, and enjoy food from a variety of local vendors. The evening will feature a range of onstage entertainment, including a dance performance by Westbank First Nation’s Candice Jack, storytelling presented by Westbank First Nation representative, Jordan Coble, and musical performances by Peachland Variety Singers, Rachel Layne, Marty Edwards, and Bjorn Kriel.
Upload the final-bc-provincial-launch-_-culture-days-programme here.
Join us for fun-filled activities that celebrate the arts and cultural life of communities across B.C.!
Please RSVP by September 26th to confirm your attendance.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The BC Culture Days Task Force