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The North Peace Cultural Centre hosts games of Magic: The Gathering in the Concourse for all who enjoy the game. Free gameplay happens every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 pm until close of business. We also host more competetive gameplay on most Friday nights at 6:30.
Interested in learning to play Magic: The Gathering? Join us on Tuesday or Thursday evening for some advice and lessons. We'd love to see you here. You can pick up cards and supplies at the box office during our regular business hours.
Stage North presents God of Carnage
September 22, 23, 24 at 7:30pm
Adults: $20, Students & Seniors: $17
General seating at Evangel Chapel
Directed by Jesse McCallum
Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage relates an evening in the lives of two couples, who meet to discuss a playground incident. Alan and Annette’s son hit Michael and Veronica’s son in the face with a stick, resulting in two broken teeth. The four of them agree to discuss the incident civilly, but, as the night wears on and drinks are imbibed, the polite veneer breaks down.
This show is not suitable for children
This show is presented at the Evangel Chapel.
Tom Cole & Friends - Live From The Living Room
Saturday, September 24th at 7:30pm
All Seats $25.00
Tom Cole is a larger than life, tall drink of water (6ft 6in), that can quench your thirst for country music like no one else! His rich baritone voice was made to sing cowboy songs. His approach to the music makes the listener believe every word he sings. Tom has reached into the hearts of audiences all over Western Canada and continues to touch people with his music wherever he goes. We're thrilled to start this season with such a special artist!
Tickets: $25 person at the NPCC Box office or online at tickets.npcc.bc.ca
Tom grew up in Rose Prairie. His father ran a Community Pasture for the Forestry while raising his own cattle on their ranch beside the Beatton River. It was a natural thing to enter the rodeo circuit with his friends as a teenager, but Tom claims the only prize he ever took home was a bruise or two. After traveling to the city to do his country music recordings he decided to move to Calgary to be closer to the industry and perform with his band Cole Cole Heart. In 1992 Tom garnered "The CMAC Most Promising Artist" award and in 1994 the band took away "Group Of The Year."
After almost seven years of touring Tom moved back home and is spending more time with his wife, daughter and son. He still performs on the festival and convention circuit during the summer along with the western music circuit of Cowboy Gathering and Festivals.
Tom performs with his band, hosts country radio shows, enjoys writing and recording. He also works with long time friend Brian Salmond, an entertainer and cowboy poet from the Charlie Lake area. Tom says about their entertaining together, "Brian recites a few cowboy poems, I sing a few cowboy songs, we tell a few cowboy jokes and we all have a bunch of fun." Count on having a bunch of fun with Tom Cole and friends...Sept 24th, at the North Peace Cultural Centre.
Monday October 3rd @ 7:30pm
Adults $40, Students & Seniors $30, Children $20
Jim Byrnes was born in St. Louis, Missouri – that’s blues country. He grew up on the city’s north side. One of the neighbourhood bars had Ike and Tina Turner as the house band. As a teenager going to music clubs, he and his buddy were often the only white people in the place. “We never had any problems. We were too naïve, and had too much respect for the music and culture – they knew it, they could tell.”
By age thirteen, Jim was singing and playing blues guitar. His first professional gig was in 1964. Over the years, he has had the great good fortune to appear with a virtual who’s who of the blues. From Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker to Taj Mahal and Robert Cray, Jim has been on the blues highway for 45 years.
Byrnes moved to Vancouver, BC in the mid-70s after years of drifting, working odd jobs and playing music. In 1981 he put together a band that became a staple of the local music scene. In 1986 the Jim Byrnes Band played 300 nights.
Jim Byrnes’ fame as an actor has grown immeasurably from his too-numerous-to-mention TV and movie roles, highlights including television’s Wiseguy and Highlander series, and his national variety show The Jim Byrnes Show.
Jim has proven that a serious car accident in 1972 has done anything but hinder him. Despite two swipes with death and some pretty hard knocks, Byrnes has still managed to rack up an enviable string of credits, both on and off-screen.
Jim’s first love, however, is the blues. His evocative, smoky vocals are found in a truth that doesn’t come overnight.
Thursday, Nov 3rd @ 7:30pm
Adults $40, Students & Seniors $30, Children $20
Described by the CBC as the "hottest" guitar ensemble in Canada, MG3 has quickly established itself as a force to be reckoned with, as well as an interactive force in various musical forms. For over 15 years, the trio's virtuosity, rigour, creativity and impressive stage presence – where humour and interacting with the public go hand in hand – have been winning over audiences around the world. The trio, composed of guitarists Marc Morin, Sébastien Dufour and Glenn Lévesque, has given hundreds of concerts in some of the most prestigious venues across North America, Europe, New Zealand and Australia, including the BB King Blues Club in New York, the Rundetårnet in Copenhagen, and the legendary Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
Throughout the years, the trio has collaborated and shared the stage with world-renowned ensembles and artists, such as the Orchestre symphonique de Québec, Jorane et Solorazaf. Their most memorable collaboration to date was, without a doubt, with the California Guitar Trio (CGT), when both ensembles joined forces to give an unforgettable concert, brilliantly performing some of the greatest rock classics from Queen, The Beatles, a few "spaghetti western" themes by Ennio Morricone, as well as some of their original compositions. Starting in the fall of 2010, the sextet has toured across Canada and the United States, performing in over 100 cities.
What the media says...
"The Montreal Trio's guitars know no limits. They journey along with brio from jazz to classical music, from India to Canada. The Ussac Church has been swept away on the thunder of their strings!"
- La Montagne Newspaper - FRANCE
"... They delivered loads of infectious good humour and some solid ensemble playing that skirted the four corners of the musical world."
- Bill Rankin, Edmonton Journal – CANADA
"... Their debut in Germany was one of the most unforgettable events in the festival's history, both artistically and programme-wise. [...] The audience applauded and didn't quieten down until the event organiser had promised to engage the Montreal Guitar Trio again next year..."
- Klauss Ross, Bergsträßer Anzeiger - GERMANY
Saturday, November 5 @ 8:00
All Seats $67.15
Canadian Country superstar Terri Clark will bring her ‘Back to my Roots’ acoustic tour to Fort St. John Saturday November 5, 2016 at the North Peace Cultural Centre, presented by Fort City Chrysler. Tickets go on sale Friday April 22 at 10 a.m.
Hailing from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, Terri Clark is an 8-time CCMA Entertainer of the Year and she has taken home the Female Vocalist of the Year award five times. She still holds the honor of being the only Canadian female artist to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Terri has sold more than four million albums worldwide and has made her mark on radio with 13 Top Ten singles – hits that include “Better Things To Do,” “Poor Poor Pitiful Me,” “Girls Lie Too,” and “I Just Wanna Be Mad.” Terri recently took over as host of Country Gold, a four-hour Classic Country radio show that airs on more than 100 stations across the US.
In September 2016, Terri will kick off the “Back to My Roots Solo Acoustic Tour.” The 40-city tour will traverse Canada, starting in Prince Edward Island and wrap up in British Columbia in November.