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
Please join us on the night before Mary’s wedding in 1920. We join Mary through a dream, flowing through her past, and we meet her first love Charlie before he volunteers to join the war. Through Charlie’s letters, we are in the trenches of WW1 alongside his mentor and sergeant. Come for the romance Come for the history
Join NDTS in celebrating another successful year of dance with an entertaining evening of various styles of dance including ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and more. The repertoire will consist of dances performed at competitions across BC and Alberta, many having won awards at various festivals.
At his workplace, 55-year-old Ray is shocked to be visited by a young woman, 27-year-old Una. Fifteen years earlier, he had sexually abused her. Ray and Una engage in a long and difficult confrontation involving Una's continuing struggles to understand and come to terms with the abuse and her intensely conflicting emotions, which pivot between anger, curiosity, confusion, and even a persistent attachment to Ray, whom Una loved – and she believed that he loved her. The fearful Ray, who is himself trying to forget the past and the potential feelings he had for Una, parries her demanding questions and descriptions of her feelings and experiences, all the while uncertain of her intentions.