GRAPEVINE: Tiller’s Folly takes the stage at Rossland’s Miner’s Hall

Tiller's Folly at the Miner's Hall, doors open at 8:30pm on Saturday.

• Saturday, Rossland Miners Hall, doors open 8:30 p.m. for the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture annual performance series. Adult only dance with entertainment by Tiller’s Folly, a Celtic group turned acoustic roots. For info, contact Tara Kowalchuk, RCAC Program Administrator at 921.8272 or email rosslandarts@gmail.com.

• Tickets on sale for Oct.  16, 7:30 p.m. when Jazz at the Griff presents The Laura Landsberg Quintet. Featuring Tony Ferraro on drums, Doug Stephenson on acoustic bass, Paul Landsberg on guitar and Don MacDonald on violin. One part jazz, one part rock ‘n roll and one part country.

Other

• Friday, Salmo library, 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and 1:30-2:30 p.m. for Getting to know Dementia, a brief introduction for the person with early symptoms and their family. Call Julie Leffelaar, Support & Education Coordinator for the Alzheimer Society of B.C. 365.6769 or 1.855.301.6742.

• Saturday, Victoria Street in Trail, 1-2 p.m. Life Chain. Everyone is welcome to participate.

• Saturday, Cominco gym  Trail Martial Arts Tae Kwon Do tournament.

• Sunday, the Anglican Church in downtown Trail at 4 p.m. will hold the “Blessing of the Animals” service to celebrate St. Francis Day. Owners and their pets turn up at church to give thanks for the love and joy that the animals bring into our lives.

Film

• Sunday, Royal Theatre at 4:30 p.m. with the Trail & District Arts Council presents a Sunday Cinema showing of Ida. 1960s Poland, Anna is a novitiate nun about to take her vows. Instructed by her Mother Superior to visit her aunt prior to withdrawing into the religious life, the prim Anna meets her mother’s sister Wanda. A remarkable journey launches into the countryside, where secrets both familial and national are darkly, inextricably intertwined.

• Monday, Rossland Miners’ Hall doors open at 6:30 p.m. for showing of Girls Do Ski. All female ski film, includes Revelstoke-based pro skiers, Leah Evans and Izzy Lynch. Film provides positive role models for women and girls of all ages.

• Oct. 9, Royal Theatre at 7 p.m. for National Theatre Live production of A Streetcar Named Desire. Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece broadcast live from London.

Gallery

• Friday, VISAC Gallery in downtown Trail showing Ingrid (Baker) de Jong’s exhibition of 30 semi-abstract paintings titled, “Something Different.” For info call 364.1181 or email director@visacgallery.com

Upcoming

• Oct. 10, Trail Market on the Esplanade goes from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Showcase of vendors, good eats and more. Call 368.3144 for info.

Oct. 11, Trail United Church, 7:30 p.m., La Cafamore presents a performance titled “Trios with a Twist.” Mozart, Schumann and Brahms compositions arranged for the violin, viola and piano.

• Oct. 14, Warfield Hall from 6-8 p.m. Lymphedema Support Group meets. Contact Julie 321.4003.

• Oct. 17 Cominco gym for Highland Dance competition.

• Oct. 19, Charles Bailey Theatre, 2 p.m. for Teck’s children’s series, SAM2 by Scrap Arts Music. For children ages 4-12, performance uses instruments crafted from salvaged and recycled materials, a fast-paced 55 minute show built around re-imagined exhaust hoses, artillery shells and recycled metals.

• Oct. 21, Charles Bailey Theatre 7:30 p.m. Trail Society of the Performing Arts presents Servantes, “Bluesy Andelucy.” Patrice Servant, offers a unique blend of latin-flamenco jazz. Passionate performances feature his own compositions, improvisations and adaptations of well-known pieces.

• Oct. 25, Willi Krause Fieldhouse for the annual ski swap.

•Oct. 25, Trail Market on the Esplanade features a special Spooktacular edition from 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Halloween fun, activities including handed house, games and hay bale maze. For info call 364.0834.

• Oct. 31, Charles Bailey Theatre at 8 p.m. for Gordon Lightfoot live in concert. Call 368-9669 or email info@trail-arts.com.

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