Trail and District Arts Council

There’s something for everyone at VISAC’s annual holiday pottery sale, running Friday and Saturday. This sale is presented by the Trail Pottery Club.

Pottery sale, reception for exhibit Friday at Trail art gallery

Leading all goings-on in the downtown Trail gallery is a new executive director, Sharon Roberts

 

Photo: thebailey.ca

Teck Family Series returns to the Trail stage, Sunday

Next year the series continues with two performances that emphasize movement and joy

 

Canadian machine gunners dig themselves in shell holes on Vimy Ridge. Photo: Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada

Battle of Vimy Ridge in story and song on Trail stage

Brendan McLeod and the Fugitives presenting “Ridge,” a visceral music storytelling show about the momentous battle that shaped Canada

Canadian machine gunners dig themselves in shell holes on Vimy Ridge. Photo: Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada
Image: City of Trail

‘Tea, Music and Artifacts’ coming to Trail library

Call the library 250.364.1731 or register online at: traillibrary.com

Image: City of Trail
Jean-François Alcoléa’s show features mysterious short silent films accompanied by three live virtuoso musicians playing an array of instruments. Photo: Submitted

Must-see show coming to Trail for Spooktacular on Saturday

“Right in the Eye” is promised to wow children and adults alike.

Jean-François Alcoléa’s show features mysterious short silent films accompanied by three live virtuoso musicians playing an array of instruments. Photo: Submitted
Third place award; Sandra Irvine, “Taking the Plunge.”

Meet the artists Friday at the VISAC in downtown Trail

The showcase — “365 All in a Year” — will run from Sept. 23 to Oct. 18 at the Trail VISAC

Third place award; Sandra Irvine, “Taking the Plunge.”
First place award; Elaine Alfoldy, “Berries and Flowers and Unusual Leaves. “ Photos: Submitted

West Kootenay artists shine in juried showcase

The showcase — “365 All in a Year” — will run from Sept. 23 to Oct. 18 at the Trail VISAC

First place award; Elaine Alfoldy, “Berries and Flowers and Unusual Leaves. “ Photos: Submitted
Tom Cochrane, pictured at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook, March, 2019. Photo: Barry Coulter

Tom Cochrane returning to the Trail stage this fall

Tickets are available at The Bailey box office, or by calling 250.368.9669

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Tom Cochrane, pictured at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook, March, 2019. Photo: Barry Coulter
Rossland’s TR Byhand will feature fibre work and soapmaking, #5 on the Columbia Basin Culture Tour list this weekend.(Columbia Basin Culture Tour/Facebook photo)

Columbia Basin Culture Tour hits the road this weekend

The 2022 culture tour has 84 locations featuring the work of talented West Kootenay artists

Rossland’s TR Byhand will feature fibre work and soapmaking, #5 on the Columbia Basin Culture Tour list this weekend.(Columbia Basin Culture Tour/Facebook photo)
Sarah Barr and Sharon Roberts, from the VISAC Gallery with Shelly Martin, KSCU Marketing Department. Photo: Submitted

Trail art gallery among recipients of Kootenay Savings foundation grant

Kootenay Savings Community Foundation has invested millions of dollars into communities it serves

Sarah Barr and Sharon Roberts, from the VISAC Gallery with Shelly Martin, KSCU Marketing Department. Photo: Submitted
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Bluegrass fiddle meets modern country tonight in Trail

In the case of inclement weather, the show will move to The Bailey

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Blustery weather in Trail may change Music in the Park locale tonight

Admission to Music in the Park is by donation, a $3 minimum suggested.

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Admission is by donation, $3 minimum suggested. Or, support the future of Music in the Park and buy a season pass for $50. Photo: File

Folk-rock meets brass tonight at Trail’s Music in the Park

Music in the Park is held at the East Trail venue Thursdays starting at 6.15 p.m.

Admission is by donation, $3 minimum suggested. Or, support the future of Music in the Park and buy a season pass for $50. Photo: File
Weather permitting, the Trail Pipe Band and Boomer will open Music in the Park at 6:15 p.m., June 16.

Music in the Park returns to Trail this week

Weather permitting live music returns to Gyro Park Thursday, 6:15 p.m.

Weather permitting, the Trail Pipe Band and Boomer will open Music in the Park at 6:15 p.m., June 16.
Ron James is touring B.C., including Trail, June 11. Photo: Shantero Productions

Legendary comic Ron James hits the Trail stage Saturday night

Canadian comedian is back on tour, with a new memoir that is a comedic map of the country

Ron James is touring B.C., including Trail, June 11. Photo: Shantero Productions
The Barra MacNeils return to The Bailey Theatre Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 10. Photo: Submitted

Celtic favourites returning to Trail

The show is now slated for The Bailey Theatre on Monday Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m.

The Barra MacNeils return to The Bailey Theatre Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 10. Photo: Submitted
This family movie will air at 8:15 p.m. on Friday, May 27 at Haley Park.

Families invited to Friday night outdoor movie in Warfield

Trail arts council and Royal Theatre screening “The Princess Bride” at Haley Park

This family movie will air at 8:15 p.m. on Friday, May 27 at Haley Park.
Tickets for Jann Arden LIVE go on sale at The Bailey Theatre in Trail on Thursday April 14, and at the Key City theatre box office in Cranbrook. Photo: Submitted

Jann Arden hits Kootenay stages this summer

Live! Jann Arden! Cross Canada Tour in Trail on June 26 and Cranbrook on June 27

Tickets for Jann Arden LIVE go on sale at The Bailey Theatre in Trail on Thursday April 14, and at the Key City theatre box office in Cranbrook. Photo: Submitted
Tickets for the Trail show go on sale Friday, Dec. 10. Photo: Submitted

Washboard Union coming to Trail’s Charles Bailey Theatre

Washboard Union has been certified gold twice in Canada for “Country Thunder” and “Shot of Glory”

Tickets for the Trail show go on sale Friday, Dec. 10. Photo: Submitted