THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE
adapted from the novel by C.S. Lewis
Friday, December 6 /2013 at 7:30pm
Saturday, December 7 /2013 at 7:30pm
December 8 /2013
George Elliot Secondary School's
Full Moon Theatre Company proudly presents:
Oscar Wilde's The IMPORTANCE
Three shows only:
Wednesday, December 11 /2013 at 7pm
Thursday, December 12 /2013 at 7pm
December 13 /2013
Students / Seniors $7.50
Children (12 & under) $5
Special ticket price of $5.00 for groups of 10 or more who purchase tickets for the same performance. For group bookings and reservations email Dan Brochu at: email@example.com or leave a voice mail message at 250-766-2734 ext.2327.
Bring a non-perishable food donation and your spare change for the Raise the Roof building project!
Lake Country School of Dance
Christmas Toy Drive
Saturday, December 21 /2013 at 7pm
A fun evening for all both on the stage and in the audience and together you and I along with the Lake Country Food Assistance Society will be giving some amazing kids in your area a Christmas to remember.
This is a age 12 and up show to be on stage as a volunteer and will be something to be proud to share with others after and to be involved in.
Photos and cell phone videos are encouraged; just no flashes. Toy donations will be taken at the door. Toy donations are as to be brought by everyone who attends.
One of Canada’s Hottest Roots Music Acts Shake Things Up With Revved Up Riffs
On Feb 4th, JUNO nominees/2x CFMA winners, Sultans of String, release their high octane roots-worldbeat-symphonic mash-up Symphony! at music hotspot, the Creekside Theatre.
Known for dizzying music jams, poly-rhythms and revved up riffs, the Sultans of String sound can't be pinned down -- it's Sable Island meets the Silk Road, with detours through the Gypsy-Jazz coffeehouses of Eastern Europe, next an East Coast Kitchen Party, then over to the majestic Arctic and bustling markets of Lebanon.
Fiery violin dances with rumba-flamenca guitar while funky bass lays down unstoppable grooves. Throughout, acoustic mastery meets with a symphony of sound, deepened by world rhythms that inspire whole audiences to get up and dance.
Kicking things off as a dynamic duo playing tiny cafes in 2007, this fiercely talented and hardworking indie act has been on a meteoric rise, with an astonishing number of awards and accolades in tow. Invitations to play world stages and with such legendary artists as The Chieftains and David Bromberg are recent highlights. The Chieftains’ very own Paddy Moloney also appears on Symphony!
Symphony! is distributed on SONY through Red River Entertainment. Chair Bob Frank states, "We welcome the opportunity to work with one of Canada's most innovative groups and look forward to expanding their music and footprint in the US."
Sultans of String are also represented in the US by acclaimed promoter David Wilkes (Koch Records, Emmylou Harris, Bela Fleck). "I have worked with numerous top ten chart songs and #1 Pop Billboard and Country music hits”, Wilkes says. “In all that time, I have not worked with composers more talented than Chris McKhool and Kevin Laliberté from Sultans of String. Not only are they a superb writing team, they are also amazing arrangers & musicians. Symphony! is a gigantic leap forward."
The band is led by JUNO-nominated 6-string violinist Chris McKhool (Jesse Cook, Pavlo) who grew up in a Lebanese-Egyptian (Makhoul) house bursting with music and diversity. Growing up, Chris was fed a steady diet of delicious musicality alongside Middle Eastern cuisine and violin lessons.
When McKhool first heard founding guitarist Kevin Laliberté’s rumba rhythm, their musical synergy created Sultans of String’s signature sound – the intimate and playful relationship between violin and guitar. From this rich foundation, the dynamic duo has grown, featuring such amazing musical friends as 2nd guitarist Eddie Paton (Robert Michaels), bass master Drew Birston (Chantal Kreviazuk, Amanda Martinez), and Cuban percussionist Chendy Leon (Parachute Club, Alex Cuba), as well as special guests such as Palestinian oud master Bassam Bishara, folk-pop darlings, Dala, The Chieftains’ Paddy Moloney, ukulele giant James Hill, and others.
Classically-schooled McKhool thought “why stop there?” With Symphony!, Sultans of String have brought the glorious and majestic sound of a full orchestra to their feisty world-jazz compositions, to create the ultimate crossover recording.
Students / Seniors $23
Group of 4 $84
LEE CARROLL & KRYON
RETURN TO THE OKANAGAN!
Sunday, February 9 /2014
During Lee's 5 hour fascinating, fun lecture and slide presentation, he will discuss:
Reality and Physics
No matter what Lee presents, physics plays a part in it. Since Kryon Book 12: The 12 Layers of DNA, Lee has incorporated teachings about quantum energies in our biology. "If God is the creator of all things, then He is the master physicist."
There is a world beyond our perception that may begin to show us how God works with us using multi-dimensional realities. These are energies that have always been there, but now we find they are inside us as well.
Our Amazing Spiritual Structure
Lee explains what Kryon has said about the nine attributes of the Human Being. These provocative topics have been developed from Lee's latest book;The Recalibration of the Human Being.
• Is there a Spiritual system within us?
• Kryon talks about the "Nine Attributes" (energies) within the Human. What are they?
• What does it mean to "mine your Akash?"
• What is the connection to GAIA?
• Where does the Higher-Self come into all this?
What is it Like to Channel?
Many have asked for Lee to sit and talk personally about the process, and what happens and doesn't happen. This is very "up close and personal" as he answers these questions and more...
• Is it a "takeover" of the body?
• Does Kryon have a face?
• Does Lee hear voices or see anything?
• Has it changed over the years?
• What is it like to "sit in the chair?"
LEE CARROLL, PhD has channeled Kryon for 25 years worldwide and is the author of the Kryon Series of 16 books in 24 languages. Well known in metaphysics, Kryon books have made the top seller’s list within months of release. One of his books, The Indigo Children, introduced the term “Indigo Children” to the world. Having presented 7 times at the United Nations and in 33 countries overseas, Lee attracts audiences in the thousands.
Tickets: $105 USD online at: www.kryon.com/register-okanagan
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Tickets for the Creekside Theatre Productions can be purchased by phone or in person at the Customer Service Centre in the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall. The reservation phone line is 250-766-9309. The Municipal Hall ticket office is open from 8:30am - 4:00pm Monday through Friday.
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