GRAPEVINE: Dine tonight in support of new playground

Webster PAC fundraiser Dining for Pride event, 11 a.m. until closing in the Tunnel Pub and 4 p.m. until closing in Benedict’s Steakhouse

Music

• Friday, Music Of Vienna, 7:30 p.m. featuring Carolyn Cameron, violin and Dawna Kavanagh, piano. Proceeds to KBRH Health Foundation, ICU Air Isolation Room Campaign. RSVP Lisa Pasin at 364.3424 or email lisa.pasin@interiorhealth.ca. Admission complimentary with donation to KBRH Health Foundation.

Other

• Tonight, Webster PAC fundraiser Dining for Pride event, 11 a.m. until closing in the Tunnel Pub and 4 p.m. until closing in Benedict’s Steakhouse. Ten per cent of food sales will be donated to the “Building Pride: New Intermediate Playground Project.” Reservations recommended.

• Saturday, Trail Legion 5 p.m. cocktails for annual celebration of the life and work of Robbie Burns. Dinner 6 p.m. Kate E. Shaw dancers, Trail Pipe Band and later dance to Party Party DJ Services. Members and bona fide guests. For info and tickets call 364.1422.

• Monday, Castlegar Selkirk College campus, 7 p.m. the West Kootenay Naturalists will host Libby Ruljancich speaking on Edible Wild Plants. Room K10. Admission is free and everyone welcome. For more information call 250.365.5804.

•Tuesday, Warfield Community Hall, Jazzercise classes. 2:30-3:15 p.m. (children) and 5:45-6:45 p.m., adults. All proceeds for “Building Pride: New Intermediate Playground Project.” Kids $8 or two classes for $12; adults $12 each. Contact WebsterPAC@gmail.com to register. Class also runs Jan. 28.

Film

• Sunday, Royal Theatre 5 p.m. Sunday Cinema showing Meru. After suffering dramatic set backs three close friends, who are among the world’s best professional climbers, battle their complicated pasts, inner demons and nature’s harshest elements in an attempt to climb the Shark’s Fin on Mount Meru.

Gallery

• VISAC Gallery in downtown Trail showing “Puzzle Pieces,” by Andy Holmes and Martine Bedard. An exploration of the complexity of existence. Hours are Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and until 6 p.m. on Thursdays. For more info call 364.1181 or contact director@visacgallery.com.

Upcoming

• Jan. 30, Royal Theatre, 9:55 a.m. for Turandot, Met Opera Live in HD. Nina Stemme, one of opera’s greatest dramatic sopranos, takes on the title role of the proud princess of legendary China.

• Jan. 31, Royal Theatre, Dance in HD showing the Royal Ballet’s Rhapsody, the Two Pigeons.

• Feb. 11, Jazz at the Griff, 7:30 p.m. Melody Diachun, the Art of Romance. Singer and her band explore timeless songs of love and lust. Tony Ferraro on drums, saxophonist Clinton Swanson, guitarist Doug Stephenson and Steven Spielman, acoustic bass.

• March 17, Jazz at the Griff, 7:30 p.m. Clinton’s Retro-Swing Band. Smooth vocals and charismatic ukelele of Brian Kalbleisch, eclectic and slightly eccentric arrangements of old tunes, newer tunes and never-heard-before tunes.

• April 7, Jazz at the Griff, 7:30 p.m. Laura Landsberg Quartet, Nelson singer presents Duke Ellington’s timeless compositions.

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