Tag Archive: Columbia Basin Trust

AGOG: Let Them Run, The Salmon Century

This forward to the touring exhibit was written by Gerry Nellestijn Coordinator, Salmo Watershed Streamkeepers Society Since the ice age Columbia River Salmon have functioned as the major cultural, spiritual, economic and environmental influence. Once the largest run of Salmon in the world, that migration was abruptly sacrificed in the late 1930s with the construction…

Look who’s coming to play the Civic Centre this year!

We’re so excited by the upcoming Live Kicks season in the Golden Civic Centre! It’s a blockbuster season and KHC is so happy that we were able to attract such a diverse season of performances this year. Click on the montage and take a sneak peek now. Stay tuned over the next few weeks for full depth artist…

Snow King’s MasqueParade 2015

Last week to get your creative silly on for the 9th annual MasqueParade SNOW KING’S EXCELLENT SPACE ADVENTURE Gather before 7pm Saturday Feb. 14 in Spirit Square Snow King & Lady Spring have come back from a once-in-a-lifetime vacation rocketing around the universe. They had a blast! They met some wild and silly beings in…

We’re all AGOG for Christmas. Come and see what we have in store for you!

Come in and browse our selection of fine art and home-grown gifts from more than 90 local artists — gifts that give everyday pleasure and support the community. A true reflection of our western mountain culture…direct from the artist to you. Open this Sunday 11am to 4pm and Christmas Eve until 4. Downtown in Golden…

AGOG presents Karen Brodie Archibald’s UP CLOSE

Opening Reception with Karen Brodie Archibald from 5pm to 7pm Friday, Oct. 3. All Welcome. Snacks by Terri Blizzard. Karen Brodie has been creating fabric art for 23 years. Beginning in Vancouver, B.C., and now from her studio in Golden, B.C., Karen has built up a large portfolio of liturgical art which has been her main…

Hot & funky Servantes in Golden Thurs Oct 23

Bill Usher interviewed Patrice Servant about his upcoming western tour and visit to Golden with his very funky quartet Servantes. Bill saw Servantes play in Vancouver a year or so ago and the audience was wildly enthusiastic! Only 35 years old, Patrice has already toured the world, played for the Governor General Michaëlle Jean and…

Bob Bossin’s “Davy The Punk” comes to Civic Centre Oct 9, 2014

  “Our audiences loved it. Davy the Punk is a triple crown of music, wry comedy, and affecting family reunion. The songs are thoroughbred Bossin, the story is beguiling, and the reunion – between Bob and the father he knew as a soft spoken booking agent but who turns out to be, well, Davy the…

Interview with James Hill – Coming to Golden Thursday Sept 25

Bill Usher writes… James Hill was in Seattle last Sunday getting ready for a concert that evening and we had a chance to connect by phone and record this interview. James reflects on how far the ukulele has taken him playing concerts and teaching all over the US, Canada, France and as far away as New Zealand. James’…

Unveiling our 2014/15 Live Kicks Season

KHC’s creative director, Bill Usher writes: I’m often asked “who books the shows?” and the answer is “I do.” If you’re interested in how this all comes together, I wrote a blog post a couple of years ago exploring the process. Living where we live and without the resources of bigger population centres, we all know that…

KHC’s YouTube video channel – it’s something to see!

Over the years we have steadily been adding videos of our shows as we’ve had time but, now thanks to the dynamic duo of Madeline Archibald and Mike Archibald, KHC is building up a very nice library of videos of our shows. Wearing their official KHC Video Crew T-shirts, Madeline and Mike have been using two…

Tag Archive: Columbia Basin Trust

AGOG: Let Them Run, The Salmon Century

This forward to the touring exhibit was written by Gerry Nellestijn Coordinator, Salmo Watershed Streamkeepers Society Since the ice age Columbia River Salmon have functioned as the major cultural, spiritual, economic and environmental influence. Once the largest run of Salmon in the world, that migration was abruptly sacrificed in the late 1930s with the construction…

Look who’s coming to play the Civic Centre this year!

We’re so excited by the upcoming Live Kicks season in the Golden Civic Centre! It’s a blockbuster season and KHC is so happy that we were able to attract such a diverse season of performances this year. Click on the montage and take a sneak peek now. Stay tuned over the next few weeks for full depth artist…

Snow King’s MasqueParade 2015

Last week to get your creative silly on for the 9th annual MasqueParade SNOW KING’S EXCELLENT SPACE ADVENTURE Gather before 7pm Saturday Feb. 14 in Spirit Square Snow King & Lady Spring have come back from a once-in-a-lifetime vacation rocketing around the universe. They had a blast! They met some wild and silly beings in…

We’re all AGOG for Christmas. Come and see what we have in store for you!

Come in and browse our selection of fine art and home-grown gifts from more than 90 local artists — gifts that give everyday pleasure and support the community. A true reflection of our western mountain culture…direct from the artist to you. Open this Sunday 11am to 4pm and Christmas Eve until 4. Downtown in Golden…

AGOG presents Karen Brodie Archibald’s UP CLOSE

Opening Reception with Karen Brodie Archibald from 5pm to 7pm Friday, Oct. 3. All Welcome. Snacks by Terri Blizzard. Karen Brodie has been creating fabric art for 23 years. Beginning in Vancouver, B.C., and now from her studio in Golden, B.C., Karen has built up a large portfolio of liturgical art which has been her main…

Hot & funky Servantes in Golden Thurs Oct 23

Bill Usher interviewed Patrice Servant about his upcoming western tour and visit to Golden with his very funky quartet Servantes. Bill saw Servantes play in Vancouver a year or so ago and the audience was wildly enthusiastic! Only 35 years old, Patrice has already toured the world, played for the Governor General Michaëlle Jean and…

Bob Bossin’s “Davy The Punk” comes to Civic Centre Oct 9, 2014

  “Our audiences loved it. Davy the Punk is a triple crown of music, wry comedy, and affecting family reunion. The songs are thoroughbred Bossin, the story is beguiling, and the reunion – between Bob and the father he knew as a soft spoken booking agent but who turns out to be, well, Davy the…

Interview with James Hill – Coming to Golden Thursday Sept 25

Bill Usher writes… James Hill was in Seattle last Sunday getting ready for a concert that evening and we had a chance to connect by phone and record this interview. James reflects on how far the ukulele has taken him playing concerts and teaching all over the US, Canada, France and as far away as New Zealand. James’…

Unveiling our 2014/15 Live Kicks Season

KHC’s creative director, Bill Usher writes: I’m often asked “who books the shows?” and the answer is “I do.” If you’re interested in how this all comes together, I wrote a blog post a couple of years ago exploring the process. Living where we live and without the resources of bigger population centres, we all know that…

KHC’s YouTube video channel – it’s something to see!

Over the years we have steadily been adding videos of our shows as we’ve had time but, now thanks to the dynamic duo of Madeline Archibald and Mike Archibald, KHC is building up a very nice library of videos of our shows. Wearing their official KHC Video Crew T-shirts, Madeline and Mike have been using two…