Music in the Park begins tonight

Events include Music in the Park, Strawberry Shortcake at the Charles Bailey and the final show of the season at Joe Hill Coffee House.

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• Tonight, Gyro Park at 7 p.m. Kootenay Savings Music in the Park season begins with a performance by the Trail Pipe Band and Kate E. Shaw Dancers. Admission by donation. Call 364-3003 for more info.

• Tonight, Charles Bailey Theatre at 6:30 p.m. Strawberry Shortcake’s Follow Your Berry Own Beat., a musical adventure. Tickets $27.50.

• Sunday, Rossland Miners Hall door open at 6 p.m. Joe Hill Coffee House ends the season on a high note. No Frets and Golden City fiddlers; Rossland Glee Club; Frequent Flyers; Keith Simmonds ‘ farewell rendition of the Ballad of Joe Hill; Paul Dasti and Aaron Andrews; Les Carter and more. Admission $3, kids and students free.

• Tuesday, Gyro Park at 11:30 a.m. Trail/Castlegar Parkinson’s Support Group will be meeting for a picinic. New members welcomed. For nformation call 368-5179.


• Tonight, the Royal Theatre at 7 p.m. For the National Theatre Live production of The Audience. Tickets $24 adult, $12 child. For info call 231-5672


• Trail VISAC Gallery and Creative Arts Centre, June 13 to June 26, Exhibition by art photograhper Ursula Abresch. Admission by donation. For info call 364-1181.

• Selkirk weavers and spinners guild, gift store is open weekends 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For handcrafted items and demonstrations of weaving and spinning arts. Monthly meeting third Wednesday  at 10 a.m. the Doukhobor Discovery Centre. New members and guests welcome.


• June 20, Rossland Community Garden in Jubilee Park at 6 p.m. Learn how to protect your fruit trees, chickens, bees and other attractants from hungry bears. A discussion on the ‘how to’ of electric fencing will be followed by an actual fence set up around a residential garden. Call 231-2751 to register or for more info.

•  June 21, the Trail Market on the Esplanade open from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Multiple vendors selling a variety of items such as clothing, jewelry, soaps, crafts, pottery, food, beverages and much more, will be set up along the end of Spokane Street and into Jubilee Park.

• June 22, Trail Legion’s Annual Family Picnic at 1. Meat draw 3-5 p.m. followed by roast beef or hamburger dinner. Hamburgers and hotdogs available all afternoon. Tickets for dinner must be pre-purchased at the Legion. Call 231-6562 for more info. Bus transportation to picnic and return by donation.

• June 22 Trail United Church from 1-3 p.m. The Gran to Grans Stephen Lewis foundation is holding a  Strawberry Tea  and jewelry sale. Admission $4. Call 364-2779 for more info.

• June 22 & 23, Crescent Valley for the 9th Annual Kootenay Whitewater Festival/Fundraiser. Cost for early registration, $55, with deadline June 19  at 6 p.m. Late registration, $65. To register, call 1-877-FUN-8181, or email

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