Nadine Tremblay makes a last minute check of the seating chart for the return of the Enema Awards

GRAPEVINE: Saturday night comedy followed by Sunday concert series

Back by popular demand, the Enema Awards return Saturday night, followed by Sunday classical concert in Trail United Church

Thursday, Beaver Valley Public Library at 7 p.m. Women Creating Change presents Unbreakable: One girl changing the world. The story of Malala Yousafzai. Free admission.

Saturday, Charles Bailey Theatre doors open at 6:30 p.m. for The Enema Awards. Back by popular demand, staff and friends of KBRH present an evening of song, dance, comedy and fun. Ticket $18 at the box office.

Sunday, Rossland Public Library at 3:30 p.m. Women Creating Change presents Unbreakable: One girl changing the world. The story of Malala Yousafzai. Free admission.

Wednesday, Columbia View Lodge at 10 a.m. for the annual general meeting of the Trail and District Senior Publishers (Best Years). All welcome. For info call Gerie, 368.3984.

Tickets on sale now for the SwingSationS Big Band Dance on March 1 in the KP Hall at 8 p.m. $15, tickets limited, buy or reserve early. Call 367.6115 for info.

Music

Sunday, Trail United Church at 2 p.m. a performance by the duo Marcus Goddard on trumpet and Candy Siu on piano and organ. Part of the Kootenay Gallery TD Canada Trust Concert Series. Featuring early medieval music of Hildegard von Bingen, Baroque masterpieces of Purcell, Telemann and Handel as well as Romantic works by Ravel, Saint Saens and de Falla. Also original composition Ancestral Voice, inspired by a collaboration with First Nations artist Mike Dangeli, will have its premiere. The work is a soulful reflection on origins: cultural, human and personal. Joining the duo for several works is local Grammy nominated soprano Noemi Kiss.

Film

Sunday, the Royal Theatre 4:30 p.m. for Sunday Cinema showing Nebraska. An aging, booze-addled father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim a million-dollar Mega Sweepstakes. Tickets $9 or $40 for the series. Call 364.3003 for info.

Gallery

VISAC Gallery showing new exhibition, “Pottery: Follow the Process.” Open Tuesday to Friday 10a.m. until 4 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. By donation. Call 364.1181 or visit visacgallery.com

Upcoming

March 13, Muriel Griffiths room in the Greater Trail Community Centre at 7:30 p.m. Trail drummer Tony Ferraro teams up with Nelson keyboardist and Selkirk College music instructor Gilles Parenteau for the Trail District Arts Council‘s final Winter Cabaret of the season. Tickets $10 in advance at the box office, $15 at the door. Reserved tables available for groups of four or more. Call 368-9669.

March 15, Royal Theatre at 9:55 a.m. presents the Met production Werther. Two of opera’s greatest artists, Jonas Kaufmann and Elina Garanc appear together for the first time in an adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance.

March 15, Rossland Sacred Heart Church from 1-3 p.m. in the church gathering space for the annual St. Patrick’s Tea. For info call Sharon Lussier 362.7256.

March 16, Trail SDA Church, 1471 Columbia Ave. at 1:30 p.m. Financial seminar, all ages welcome for an information session with a local realtor, lawyer, and investment advisor. Light dinner to follow. Free will donation to Bags of Love.

March 17, Kiro Wellness Centre in Trail at 2 p.m. the West Kootenay Ostomy Support Group will meet. Guest speaker, Financial Advisor Leo Salsman, will discuss RIF’s and TFSA’s. For info call 368.9827 or 365.6276.

March 29, Trail Legion at 5:30 p.m for members and bona fide guests: Country Time. BBQ ribs, country beans and cole slaw. Tickets $8, dance to follow at 7 p.m. with “That Girl & Earl.” For info call Jessie at 364.9911.

March 22, Rossland Miners Hall 9-11 p.m. Iron Mountain Theatre presents Electro Social Club. It’s about the beat and the freaks you meet. Invitation to the dance floor where DJ’s spin stories and you are the show. Visual, interactive, experience. Visit electrosocialclub.com for info. Tickets $15 in advance at RossVegas Boardshop.

March 30, Sunday Cinema presents Her. A lonely writer purchases a newly developed operating system designed to meet the user’s every needs and a romantic relationship develops between him and his operating system.

March 31, Charles Bailey Theatre at 7:30 p.m. the Irish quintet Caladh Nua (Coll-ah-Noo-Ah, meaning “New Harbour”) versatile musicians and singers bring their blend of traditional and contemporary sounds from southeastern counties of Ireland to Trail. Tickets $30.

April 3, Columbo Lodge 7p.m. for a night with Jim Hole. Jim and his brothers run Holes Greenhouses in St. Albert AB (just outside of Edmonton). His mother, Lois Hole, wrote many books on gardening roses. Donation to food bank requested, call 364.5770 to reserve.

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