Warfield hosts Easter Egg Hunt Saturday

Upcoming events in include TSPA's Tiller's Folly, Visac Gallery's "A Way to See" and more.

Music

• The Trail Society for the Performing Arts presents Tiller’s Folly on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Charles Bailey Theatre. Hailed by critics, the Folly’s words and melodies are at once populist, minimally produced and poignant while at the same time singularly powerful and sincere. Tickets, $30, available at the box office.

Film

• Deadline for submissions to the U-19 Film Festival is Saturday. Submit your masterpiece for the Apr. 14 festival at the Royal Theatre. Join the filmmakers and paparazzi at the Big Red Carpet Event at the Royal from noon to 4:30 p.m. and enjoy door prizes, food, music and people’s choice awards as they reveal the festival winners, $5 admission.

Gallery

• The VISAC Gallery presents “A Way to See,” a photo exhibition by accomplished photographer Ursula Albresch, and what she best describes as “photo-impressionsim.” The show runs Monday to Wednesday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., and Thursday-Friday, 2 p.m.-6 p.m. until April 4.

Other

• The Warfield Recreation Commission is hosting its Annual Easter Egg Hunt for children 0-12 years old. Come join us Saturday for lots of Fun, games, and activities while you wait your turn to go out and hunt for those hidden goodies. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the community hall and park.

• The Trail Ambassador Committee presents its Candidate Speech Contest Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Trail Alliance Church. Admission: $5.

• The Greater Trail Chamber of Commerce invites members and non-members to its AGM Gala, Friday at the Riverbelle. Enjoy dinner, dancing, wine-cellar draws and a frame-yourself fundraiser. $35 or $60 per couple. Cocktails at 5 p.m.

• Trail Middle School students in the KCLC woodwork programs have fabricated a number of cedar garden boxes.  The attractive boxes along with sawhorses and Adirondack chairs are for sale to the public. Help keep the program going and add some charm to your garden or deck – call 231-6979 for more info.

• The Trail Middle School is looking for interested parties to help start and maintain a Community Garden at the school.  Residents will work with the students in cultivating a healthy, productive and fun project for the community, call 231-6979 for more info.

Upcoming

• All are welcome to the Easter Sunrise Service, Apr. 8th at 7 p.m. at Kerby’s Farm in Happy Valley, Rossland.   Service Leader Keith Simmonds of St. Andrews United Chruch will be joined by musical guests Janet and Terry Marshall.  Watch for signage.

• Enjoy the critically acclaimed performance of “DECK: How I Instigated then Overcame an Existential Crisis Through Home Improvement,” playing at Rossland Miners’ Hall Apr.7 at 8 p.m. $12 advance, $15 at door. DECK is a darkly hilarious take on the modern milieu of a small town, semi-urban environment.

• It’s time for action on poverty, join B.C. MLA, Jagrup Brar at the Trail United Church, Apr. 10 for a talk on “Living the Welfare Challenge,” 5 to 8:30 p.m. For more info call 368-3225.

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