Art Classes & Workshops
Gallery Exhibits & Artists
Our Fine Arts Preschool provides children, ages 3 to 5, with abundant opportunities to experience creative movement, language, literature, rhythm, dance, cooking and the visual arts. Hands-on involvement in three to four art forms daily helps children find enjoyable ways to express themselves and grow through experience, nurturing development of the whole child.more
We are pleased to offer you the ability to purchase your tickets to events in our theatre, and around the community as well.
Full Box Office Services for large and small events
In addition to operating our downtown box office and online ticket sales for events at the Centre, the North Peace Cultural Centre also offers box office services to local groups and organizations. We can offer online and in person advance ticket sales for any venue, both reserved and general seating. We also offer ticket printing services at affordable prices.
Our box office is open Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm. Closed on holidays
We have some amazing shows lined up for 2018-2019. But we know that people can be busy and not able to see everything. Why not get a pass for some of the shows and save! You choose the shows that you want to see and we'll get you all set up. Not sure what your schedule will be in the future? Buy the pass and choose your shows as the season progresses.
The music of Canadian legend Stompin' Tom Connors will be alive once again in venues across Canada. Taw Connors, the son of Stompin' Tom Connors, takes to the stage over the next year at venues across Canada in a tour paying tribute to his father.
When the Johns Hopkins Civility Initiative debuted in 1998, Daniel Buccino was among its earliest champions. The clinical social worker and assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences deeply admired the work of the program’s first director, P.M. Forni, who was passionate about offering guidance on how to foster respectful human interactions and etiquette. Buccino was on a parallel mission in his work teaching aspiring psychotherapists how to build and maintain cordial relationships with patients and colleagues. In 2014, he succeeded Forni in directing the Civility Initiative.