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Grapevine: Warfield Youth forum on Sunday

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Music

• Saturday, St. Andrew’s Church in Trail, 7:30 p.m. for performance by Darrel & Saskia. Blend of celtic, folk and gospel. Tickets $10 advance or $12 at the door. Call Jennifer Sirges at 368. 6666 for info.

• Sunday, Trail United Church, 2 p.m. performance by country singer/songwriter and guitarist Stephen Palmer. Coffee and tea to follow. Tickets $15. Call 368.3225 for info.

Other

• Friday, Webster School gym at 6:30 p.m. for Benefits of Dance. An evening of dance featuring Steps Dance Company and special guests, to benefit Webster’s Parent Advisory Council’s intermediate playground project. Concession available. Tickets, $10 family, adult $5, children $3, available at the door or contact WebsterPAC@gmail.com.

• Friday, Charles Bailey Theatre at 7:30 p.m., E2 Experiments in Entertainment presents Little Moths. Hosted by Almeda Glenn Miller, storytellers from across the valley will frighten, delight and enlighten with authentic stories from our region. Call the box office at 368.9669 or visit trail-arts.com.

• Sunday, Warfield Community Hall from 4-6 p.m. for the Warfield Youth Forum. Ages 12 to 19 invited to have a say in village happenings and plan for the future. For information contact Diane Langman at 368.6836 or email diane.langman@warfield.ca.

Gallery

VISAC Gallery showing exhibition by Jerry and Kate Enewold. The Thrums couple brings varied talents in silver and beaded jewelry, paintings, carved masks and doors. Visit visacgallery.com for details.

Film

• Sunday, Royal Theatre at 4:30 p.m. Sunday Cinema presents Citizenfour. Winner of the 2014 Oscar for Best Documentary, details how the documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras became one of the first reporters to be contacted by Edward Snowden, the infamous whistleblower.

Upcoming

• March 6, Charles Bailey Theatre, 7:30 p.m., Black Productions presents Hedwig and the Angry Inch. A musical comedy that tells the story of a fictional rock bank, fronted by Hedwig, a singer who survived a botched sex change operation.

• March 7, Rossland Miners Hall 7:30 p.m.,the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture presents Hungarian vocalist Noémi Kiss and classical guitarist Rita Deane in a concert. Includes a wide repertoire from early classical to contemporary. Tickets $20, available in advance at Out of The Cellar (Rossland) and at the Charles Bailey Theatre box office.

• March 8, Colombo Lodge from 2-4 p.m. for The Kate Shaw School of Highland Dance, performance and tea fundraiser. Tickets $6. For info call 368.3782 or email kshawhighlanddance@gmail.com. Music, dancing, door and raffle prizes.

• March 12, Jazz at the Griff, 7: 30 p.m. for the Clinton Swanson Quartet. A night of chamber jazz featuring Ian Hartline on also sax and clarinet, Swanson on tenor sax, Rob Fahie, acoustic bass, and Doug Stephenson on guitar.

• March 14, St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. incrEDIBLE trail’s Seedy Saturday. Seed swap. seed vendors, garden products, educational booths and more. Free admission.

• March 14, Sacred Heart Church gathering space from 1-3 p.m., the Sacred Heart CWL in Rossland is hosting it’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Tea. Cost is $4 per person.

• Monday, Warfield Community Hall, 6 p.m., Lego Club for children 5-8 yrs, one hour session for children 9-12 begins at 7 p.m. $10 registration fee. Each week, new Lego theme.

• Tuesday, Warfield Community Hall, (old kitchen) 6:30-8:30 p.m., Learn to Crochet. Bring a size “l” of J-hook and a ball of Red Heart super saver wool. Class is free.

• Wednesday, Webster School gym, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Floor hockey for children 5-8 years; 6:30-7:30 p.m. session for ages 9-12. $25 registration fee.

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