What’s coming up from Kicking Horse Culture and AGOG?

In this News post …

  • We’ve launched our Brand New Website!
  • Film Kicks Leave No Trace Nov 4 – Golden Cinema
  • Live Kicks Celeigh Cardinal Nov 5 – Civic Centre – FREE for Members
  • Live Kicks Ballet Kelowna Nov 15 – Civic Centre
  • KHC/GDAC Annual General Meeting Nov 17
  • AGOG presents Stephanie von Neudegg “Back Country Brights”
  • Christmas Craft Faire Nov. 26-27 – Mt 7 Rec Plex

 

We here at KHC are all very proud to launch our brand new website! It’s been a few months in the making and we’re delighted to be able to share this with you today. The new site gives us the capability to help you find what you’re looking for and also discover and consider upcoming events that you didn’t know about.

 

 

Thurs Nov 4 at Golden Cinema – TIX @ AGOG (250) 344-6186
Leave No Trace stars Ben Foster and Thomasin McKenzie as a father and daughter surviving off the land in a National Park in Oregon. Leave No Trace is a great insight into the struggles of those who just want to be left alone.
Click here for more.

 

 

 

Fri Nov 5 at Civic Centre – TIX @ AGOG (250) 344-6186
Coming up next week. A multiple-award-winning singer-songwriter, Celeigh Cardinal is indeed a Soul-Folk Songstress from the Northern Prairies.She has emerged as one of the superstars of Canada’s roots music scene. Blessed with a superbly soulful voice that gives life to her songs of insight, honesty, beauty and grace, Celeigh is a riveting live performer. Winner of the 2020 Juno Award for Indigenous Artist of the Year. Renew or get your membership and ask for a FREE ticket! Click here for more.

 

Mon Nov 15 at Civic Centre – TIX @ AGOG (250) 344-6186
Ballet Kelowna’s Resurgence features a meticulous blend of contemporary and neo-classical works by Canada’s leading dance makers. With the jovially abstract Petrushka by Heather Dotto, Robert Stephen’s beautiful Celestial Mechanics, and Alysa Pires’ vivacious audience favourite MAMBO, this high energy program promises to please our Golden audience once again. Welcome back, Ballet Kelowna! Click here for more.

 

 

Announcing: KHC/GDAC Annual General Meeting Nov 17
The Golden District Arts Council Society Annual General Meeting will be held at 5pm on Nov. 17. We are closely following the PHO’s gathering restrictions to determine whether this meeting will be in person at the Civic centre or via Zoom. Please stay tuned.

 

 

 

 

AGOG is very pleased to welcome Stephanie von Neudegg with her first solo exhibition entitled Backcountry Brights. Extended through Nov 20. Click here for more.

 

 

 

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Snow King & Lady Spring will come back to the valley on Saturday evening Feb. 11, 2023. Previous and NEW "wild and silly" folks are gathering Wednesday Nov 23 at 5:30pm Golden Civic Centre to dream the process of creating this year's MasqueParade and we invite YOU to come join us for some pizza and ... fun! Please RSVP!
The prime responsibility of this position is managing Civic Centre rental bookings and providing excellent customer service to rental clients. Depending upon your skills, arts and cultural experience, and your availability, you will also work alongside KHC staff to support the coordination and marketing of our various events and initiatives — with special focus on the Christmas Craft Faire and the MasqueParade.
Given the state of the world, KHC is introducing a Pay What You Can option to our concerts at the Civic Centre through October and November.