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 this coming fall, winter, and spring season. Why not get a pass for the shows and save! We have different pass options for you allowing you to save up to 25% or more.
Me squared. It’s me before knowing or accepting who I am. It’s me hidden, disguised, concealed beneath appearances. It’s me before understanding that being myself, the one and only me, is the ideal that is priceless. Me Squared is a contemporary work that addresses questions that are particularly sensitive at the dawn of adolescence, and explores the sometimes tortuous path in the quest of self and others. Three protagonists evolve in a space reminiscent of abandoned buildings, a space that transforms with belonging and rejection, with separations and reconciliation. Shadow play and subtle lighting effects serve to accentuate the different personalities. In a highly energetic and athletic movement style, the characters dance from one “me” to another, hoping finally to be someone in the midst of others.
The creepy and kooky, and altogether ooky Addams family visit the family crypt for an annual gathering of all family members (living, dead, and undecided) to celebrate what it is to be an Addams. A adult Wednesday Addams reveals a secret to her father Gomez on the same night that she brings home a normal boy and his family for dinner. Between the "normal" acting Addams family and a normal family trying to be polite, hi-jinx ensue in hilarious scenes and musical numbers.