Past Arts Events

Nicola Valley Arts Council supports a variety of arts events in the valley.

More past NVAC events over the years coming....

 

Past Dance, DramaMusicVisual Arts Events

Or all Arts together!

The following Events and Programs presented more than one art focus!


2017

Art in the Park

Canada Day, July 1st, 2017


Art in the Park

Aboriginal Day, June 21st, 2017


My Fair Lady High Tea

June 19th, 11:30 am at the Merritt Golf Club

 

The annual Learn to Dance "High Tea" will be held at the Merritt Golf Club on June 19 this year. This is a chance to dress up in your elegant attire and wear a lovely hat! Please add a touch of red to your ensemble to celebrate Canada's 150th. Be brave and outrageous and let's have fun.

 

The High Tea will include a luncheon of fancy sandwiches and desserts, tea and coffee. For info and tickets, call 250 378-9898.

 


Children and the Arts!

This mixed-art program is presented by the Love To Dance Academy!

10 weeks of dance, music, and art for ages 3-13+ (three groups)

Coordinated by Lizette Nels, who teaches the dance component.

$145 for all sessions. Tuesdays 3:30-5:30

The Olde Courthouse on Nicola Avenue

Phone 250-378-9898


SD58 Arts Festival...more photos!

Elementary...

Secondary...



Movie Screening – “Water” award-winning film by director Deepa Mehta

NVIT LECTURE THEATRE at 7:00 pm on April 19th
The Nicola Valley Film Society will be participating in a  Canada 150th celebration  along with approximately 180 Film Societies across the country on April 19th.  This celebration is called CANADA ON SCREEN  and for April 19th every Film Society participating will be screening a Canadian film without charge.  This initiative is  through the Toronto Film Circuit of which we are associated.  The film that we will be screening is “WATER” by acclaimed director Deepa Mehta.  This film was released in 2005 and has received many awards and was nominated for an Academy Award  in 2007. It will be screened up at the NVIT LECTURE THEATRE at 7:00 pm on April 19th.  We are excited about our participation in this Cross Canada event!
 
Sounds like Merritt is going to have a full slate of exciting events for the Canada 150 celebration.
 
Cathy  Frizzell

 

Nicola Valley Film Society