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Located at 10015 100th Ave, Fort St. John, BC


Facility Hours:  Mon - Sun, Open at 8:00am

Office Hours:  Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pm

Box Office Hours:  Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00 pm and 1 hour prior to performances

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Ticket Sale Policy

Refunds or credits are not available on all ticket sales. All exchanges are subject to a $2.00 per ticket fee. There are no additional fees for on-line purchases. Exchanges are not permitted on the date of the show. For online purchases, please bring in your email confirmation and 1 piece of photo ID to pick up your tickets.  The Centre reserves the right to refuse admission/sales to anyone. The Centre is not responsible for the content of any performance not directly presented by the North Peace Cultural Society.

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Events
Help Sturgill Stay

sturgillHELP STURGILL STAY!

“But who is Sturgill?”, you may be asking. Sturgill is a Moose! A magnificent, life-size driftwood sculpture of a male moose created by local FSJ artist Michelle Pringle as a piece of her Drifters collection. Michelle uses driftwood from Williston Lake to create one of a kind masterpieces, and we want him for our very own! Sturgill is currently a part of Peace Gallery North’s February exhibit, My Canada, and has drawn a great deal of attention from everyone who has seen him. Did we mention he is LIFE-SIZE?!

North Peace Cultural Centre want Sturgill to stay right where he is and become a signature piece in our permanent collection. We are celebrating our 25th Anniversary in 2017 and what better way to do that than adopt Sturgill?  But we need your help!

We are asking for the community to donate, and collectively become the owners in this public art initiative with the North Peace Cultural Centre as custodians. Our goal is $5,000 and for a minimum donation of $25 you will receive a tax receipt to the value of your donation and recognition of your contribution posted next to Sturgill, who will be on permanent display outside Peace Gallery North. Let’s celebrate the arts and local talent in our community together.

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Magic: The Gathering & Pokemon League

Magic: The GatheringThe North Peace Cultural Centre hosts games of Magic: The Gathering and Pokemon in the Concourse for all who enjoy the game.  Free gameplay happens every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 pm until 8pm. We also host more competetive gameplay on most Friday nights at 6:30 (Magic: The Gathering only at this time).

Interested in learning to play Magic: The Gathering or Pokemon? Join us on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons for some advice and lessons. We'd love to see you here. We have a selection of cards and supplies at the box office during our regular business hours.

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Upcoming in Magic: The Gathering Upcoming in Pokemon League

Friday Mar 31 - Commander Tournament

Friday Apr 7 - Chaos Draft Tournament

Friday Apr 14 - Frontier Tournament

Friday Apr 28 - Amonkhet Sealed Tournament

Sunday Apr 23 - Guardians Rising Prerelease

 
Saturday, May 6 - Vivaldi: Gloria

VivaldiVivaldi: Gloria
Saturday, May 6th @ 7pm
All Seats $20.00

Come join the North Peace Community Choir and Chamber Orchestra on May 6th at 7pm for the best of Baroque when they perform Vivaldi’s Gloria and several orchestral concerto’s. It will be a night of incredible musical talent featuring Fort St John’s own Lance Stoney on violin with several of his students in the orchestra. We have guest musicians Josh Giesbrecht & Jordan Dyck on violin and cello as well as Chris Young on trumpet. A few of these magnificent musicians are travelling from as far as Vancouver and Edmonton to be a part of this musical spectacular! They have Merrill Flewelling from Dawson Creek as their guest conductor and of course the angelic voices of our own local choir. Tickets are now on sale for a great price so you can bring the whole family. It will be a fabulous evening of musical prowess and breathtaking resonance.

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Thursday May 11 - NDTS Dance Gala

Thursday, May 11th @ 7:30pm
Cocktail hour @ 6:30pm
Adults $20

Northern Dance Theatre Society presents over 50 local dancers from the age of 6-17 winding up their year of hard work with Gala at the North Peace Cultural Centre Thursday May 11 at 7:30pm.

The dancers have spent the last eight months training and competing and now would like to showcase their talents to our community. The dancers have competed to various festivals and have performed at our recent local Peace River North Festival. They are proud to be sending several students to the BC Festival of the Arts to compete with the province's best dancers in Kamloops next month. This year the Gala features several graduating students.

Please join us for a cocktail hour starting at 6:30 prior to the show.

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Saturday, May 13 - Studio 2 Stage Spring Dance Recital

Studio 2 Stage Spring Dance Recital
Saturday, May 13 @ 11:30AM, 2:00PM & 7:30PM
Adults $15, Children $11

Studio 2 Stage will close their season of dance with three recitals on Saturday May 13th; the first at 11:30AM, the second at 2 PM and the third at 7 PM.  These recitals will consist of both recreational dancers and Studio 2 Stage's competitive troupe dancers. Dance styles will include Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, and Modern across a diverse range of ages.

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May 18-20 - Five Women Wearing the Same Dress

five women-400Stage North Presents Five Women Wearing the Same Dress
May 18-20, 2017 @ 7:30 pm
Adults $25, Students & Seniors $20

During an ostentatious wedding reception at a Knoxville, Tennessee, estate, five reluctant, identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom, each with her own reason to avoid the proceedings below. They are Frances, a painfully sweet but sheltered fundamentalist; Mindy, the cheerful, wise-cracking lesbian sister of the groom; Georgeanne, whose heartbreak over her own failed marriage triggers outrageous behavior; Meredith, the bride's younger sister whose precocious rebelliousness masks a dark secret; and Trisha, a jaded beauty whose die-hard cynicism about men is called into question when she meets Tripp, a charming bad-boy usher to whom there is more than meets the eye. As the afternoon wears on, these five very different women joyously discover a common bond in this wickedly funny, irreverent and touching celebration of the women's spirit.

Contains Coarse Language, which may not be suitable for all audiences.

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May 26 & 27 - Peace River Zone Theatre Festival

Theatre BC is presenting their annual regional theatre competition at the North Peace Cultural Centre May 26th and 27th.  Join us for an exciting line-up of plays from communities throughout the Peace Region.  Weekday curtain at 7:00 pm, Saturday matinee at 1 pm and Saturday evening at 8 pm.

May 26th 7:00 pm - Late Company
May 27th 1:00 pm - Self Help
May 27th 7:00 pm - Salt-Water Moon

Each show $12.75 or buy a pass for $33.30. Passes are available at the box office only.

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Sunday, June 4 - A Forever Frozen Story

forever frozen storySunday, June 4 @ 3PM

Discover the new family show created by Tohu-Bohu Productions. Enjoy an amazing and interactive large-scale musical in the world of Hans Christian Andersen’s fascinating tale, "The Snow Queen". Take part in a fantastic journey to the land of winter, a colouful adventure filled with original music, done in the most spectacular staging and presented in front of a dazzling decor. Along with tons of magical characters, your whole family is invited to travel in the heart of an imaginary and enchanted world of song, dance, laughter, emotion and surprises!

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June 8-10 - Bright Nights in June

Bright Nights in JuneYou are invited to join us in a celebration of the arts at the North Peace Cultural Centre this year on Friday June 9th. Join us for a cocktail hour, and the opening of Peace Gallery Norths June art exhibit “Our Home and Native Land”. The Bright Nights Gala begins our celebration of arts in the community by highlighting local artists and performers. We are excited to bring back artists who have exploded over the world wide scene, which include tap dancer Brock Jellison, pianist and composer Peter-Anthony Togni, country singer Karee J Phillips, and modern dancer Shannon May. Talent in piano, dance, music, and collaborations between local arists, including Tom Cole, Studio 2 Stage Dance Academy, Tanisha Ray, Peace Fusion Dance Company, Wesley Phan, and many more will fill in the rest of the evening. The 25th anniversary of the North Peace Cultural Centre will take you through the ages from 1867, 1942, to 1992, as we celebrate Canada, The Alaska Highway, and our very own Cultural Centre.

Events being held include:

Thursday June 8th: Art Stars – Talk of the Town – 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Hear about the journeys of people who lived in Fort St. John and went on to make their careers in the creative arts or arts administration. A roundtable discussion with the Arts Stars includes inspiring stories of what motivated them to achieve professional status in their fields.

Friday June 9th: Bright Nights in June Gala - 6:30pm
Cocktails and Gallery opening start at 6:00pm, Performance at 7:30pm. Performers include: Brock Jellison, Peter-Anthony Togni, Shannon May, Tom Cole, Studio2Stage, Wesley Phan, Tanisha Ray, Morgan Mora, Peace Fusion Dance Company and more! Tickets are $25 each.

Saturday June: 10th: Art Market & Big Print Day- 10:00am - 2:00pm
We’re creating a series of large-scale relief prints which will be printed using a road roller (yes!) - we’re following a worldwide trend to have a public Big Print Day. The final works will be on display in the North Peace Cultural Centre throughout the summer.

Bright Nights in June started in 1992 when the Cultural Centre first opened and we are proud to put on an event that showcases the outstanding local talent in our community.

Check back often as we will be updating the schedule and getting more information out in the coming weeks!

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Saturday, July 8 - Alaska Highway Roadshow

Alaska Highway RoadshowAlaska Highway Roadshow
July 8 @ 7:30 PM
All Seats $12.75

The Alaska Highway Road Show, (AHRS) is a touring celebration marking the occasion of the famous route's 75th anniversary. The show launches in early July, 2017, at the Provincial Archives of Alberta as part of Edmonton's Historic Festival. It will then head north, visiting 11 other communities and eventually wrap up in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Performances range from large city performance halls, to small spaces in villages like Teslin and Lower Post

The AHRS celebrates the Trail of '42 with three artists whose families have a long history in the north. Bill Dolan, Allison Tubman and Kathy Jessup weave together research, family stories, music, artifacts and photographs to present an entertaining look back on the route's remarkable 75 year history. Raised as "highway kids," they lend an authentic voice to this tribute concert. Audiences will gain an appreciation of why the Alaska Highway deserves to be Canada's newest National Historic Site, and why truckers and all those who've called it home over the years, proudly share a special bond. The Trail of '42 is a remarkable story, and as the Highway reaches its 75th birthday, this is the time to tell it!

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