Located at 10015 100th Ave, Fort St. John, BC

Facility Hours:  Mon - Sun, Open at 8:00am

Office Hours:  Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pm

Box Office Hours:  Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00 pm and 1 hour prior to performances


For general inquiries, contact us at reception@npcc.bc.ca

Ticket Sale Policy

Refunds or credits are not available on all ticket sales. All exchanges are subject to a $2.00 per ticket fee. There are no additional fees for on-line purchases. Exchanges are not permitted on the date of the show. For online purchases, please bring in your email confirmation and 1 piece of photo ID to pick up your tickets.  The Centre reserves the right to refuse admission/sales to anyone. The Centre is not responsible for the content of any performance not directly presented by the North Peace Cultural Society.

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Saturday, Oct 10 - Pollinating Rios Vivos

pollinating rios vivos

Saturday Oct 10 @ 1pm
$10 at the door

Join Beehive Design Collective and Movimiento Rios Vivos in a multimedia experience about land defense in South America.  See how communities defend their territories from resource extraction industries through photographs, maps, short films, and live narration.

Saturday, Oct 17 - Auction 32

art auction 32Saturday, Oct 17, 2015
6:00 Champagne Reception & Viewing
7:00 Dinner
8:00 Auction
Dance to follow Auction
$75 per seat

Peace Arts Gallery Society’s thirty-second Annual Art Auction is destined to be an unforgettable event celebrating our community as well as the arts and culture of the Peace Region. PAGS is pleased to announce that this year’s fundraiser will once again take place at the Pomeroy Hotel, opening at 6.00 and ending at 1:00 after a late-night lunch on Saturday, October 17th.

The Art Auction is an exclusive look at specially selected, original artworks created by local, regional and national artists. We are pleased to present 60 outstanding works of art with a silent auction on display throughout the night and an exciting live auction program that begins at 8:00 pm.

Funds raised at this event enables PAGS to support Peace Gallery North operations and exhibits, children’s art programming, the giving of student bursaries, community and North Peace Cultural Center art initiatives and more.

To ensure this is our most exciting and successful event ever, a PREVIEW EXHIBITION at Peace Gallery North of all of the works on offer at the event during the week leading up to the auction..

The evening begins with a Cocktail Hour including a complimentary glass of champagne and viewing of the original artwork from 6 - 7 accompanied by live entertainment. A scrumptious 4-line buffet, as only the Pomeroy Hotel can deliver and including complimentary wine will conclude with an assortment of desserts, coffee and tea.

Tickets are $75 eachavailable at the North Peace Cultural Centre Box Office.

Call the North Peace Cultural Centre at (250) 785-1992 and speak with reception to purchase your tickets over the phone. Tickets may also be picked up at the door the night of the event.

Peace Gallery Arts Society, the North Peace Cultural Centre and Peace Gallery North hope that you will join us at the 32nd Annual Art Auction. It’s sure to be a night to remember!

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Oct 30, 31, Nov 5-7 - Stage North's Macbeth

ForestOct 30, 31, Nov 5-7 @ 7:30pm
Adults $25, Student & Seniors $20, Children $15
At the Door Adults $30, Student & Seniors $25, Children $20

Stage North is proud to present William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, directed by Dawn Ljuden.

Macbeth is considered one of Shakespeare’s darkest tragedies, exploring ambition, witchcraft, greed and guilt. This play makes us take a hard look at ambition and getting what you want at any cost, it also introduces us to the knock-knock joke. It is often said that all story lines can be brought back to works first written by Shakespeare, this is very true of Macbeth…winter is coming. The Bard has been killing off main characters since at least 1606.

Macbeth has long carried the superstition of being cursed, and forcing many an actor or crew member to call it The Scottish Play while in the Theatre. It is even against the rules to quote Macbeth – the only time mention of Macbeth is OK inside of a Theatre is when it is being performed! Theatre folk can take this very seriously! If an Actor accidentally lets the “M” word fly, they are expected to leave the theater immediately, spit, curse, turn around three times and then knock on the door to be let back in. Serious stuff!

Macbeth will be showing in the North Peace Cultural Center October 30, 31, November 5, 6 and 7th at 7:30 pm.

Come out and get your fill of greed, witches and death


Monday Nov 9 - Brett Kissel

Brett KisselMonday, November 9th @ 7:30 pm
All seats $42.75

Brett Kissel is THE country music story in Canada for the past few years and is making his way to Fort St John appearing at the North Peace Cultural Centre on November 9th.   The performance will be part of his “Airwaves Tour 2015”.

The 25 year old singer/songwriter has 4 nominations for this year`s Canadian Country Music Association awards show in Halifax in September including male vocalist of the year and single of the year and is currently enjoying unprecedented success with his single “Airwaves”.   Brett`s forthcoming second album will be released in September and his national tour this fall is expected to draw sellout crowds.

Even before release of his second album, Warner Music`s “It Started With a Kiss”, Kissel had already made radio history with more than 93% of Canadian country stations adding the first single…”It Started with a Song”.   Since the album`s release, Brett has been the talk of the Canadian country music scene. He has seen two of his music videos reach number one at CMT and has won his first Juno Award….being the first country artist to be awarded “breakthrough artist of the year” in 17 years.

Joining Brett on stage in a support role is Jordan McIntosh another up and coming country artist.   Tickets for the “Airwaves Tour 2015” are available at the North Peace Cultural Centre Box Office and on line.  The show is a presentation of Gee Dan Productions and 890 CJDC.  

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Thursday, Nov 12 - Gordie Mackeeman and his Rythmn Boys

Gordie MackeemanThursday Nov 12 @ 7:30 PM
Adults $35, Students & Seniors $30
At the Door Adults $40, Students & Seniors $35

Hailing from Prince Edward Island, the award-winning Gordie MacKeeman and his Rhythm Boys serve up old-time roots music with an energy level that practically yanks you out of your seat by the collar. Tom Power, host of Deep Roots on CBC, recently called the Rhythm Boys his "Best Discovery Band" at the 2012 East Coast Music Awards. If ever someone was deserving of the nickname "Crazy Legs", it just might be Gordie MacKeeman. His thrilling dance style mixed with great bluegrass vocals, Peter Cann's blistering guitar solos, and the lively multi-instrumental talents of Thomas Webb and Mark Geddes, and Gordie MacKeeman and his Rhythm Boys are a complete entertainment package.

Within months of forming the Rhythm Boys and releasing their self-titled debut CD, the band received two Music PEI awards in 2011 for Roots/Traditional Group of the Year and Instrumental Recording of the Year, and were nominated for Roots/Traditional Group Recording at the 2011 ECMAs.

"These lads from PEI have taken their great musical skill and love for the repertiore and added engaging, sometimes jaw-dropping, stagecraft and showmanship. Man for man there may not be a better roots band playing in Canada today. Booking them is a no-brainer".
– Matthew Large
Montreal's Folk Festival on the Canal

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Nov 13 & 14 - Handel's Messiah

Nov 13 & 14 @ 7:30
Adults $25, Students and Seniors $15

The seasonal favourite "Handel's Messiah" will be performed Friday Nov 13th and Saturday Nov 14th at the North Peace Cultural Centre.  Featuring a 70 member chorus from the North Peace Community Choir, vocal soloists and a live orchestra. This is the last fundraising concert for the Choir before they go to perform at Carnegie Hall

Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. The doors open at 7 and the show begins at 7:30.

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Thursday Nov 26 - SD60 Fall Band Concert

Band LogoThursday, Nov 26 @ 6:30
Admission by donation

The Band students of School District 60 have been busy practising their songs since September and now it is time to hear the results. Come join friends and family in celebrating the children's acheivements at the Fall Band Concert on Thursday Novemeber 26th at 6:30.  Admission is by donation and goes towards furthering the band program's goals in music education.


Saturday, Feb 13 - Fred Penner

Fred Penner

Saturday, Feb 13 @ 3:30
Adults $30, Children $25
At the Door Adults $35, Children $30

At a recent keynote address to an early childhood education conference, acclaimed family entertainer, singer/songwriter, composer, actor, writer, author, TV host and keynote speaker Fred Penner delivered a simple, yet powerful message. “Never underestimate your ability to make a difference in the life of a child.”

A gentle giant with kind eyes and an undeniable ability to make you feel good about yourself, this musical master brings 25 years of commitment, consistency and depth to a career that skillfully blends the many genres of performing and communication. Dubbed “Mr. Multi-Media" by Billboard Magazine, his diverse repertoire includes a prolific 12 Children’s Albums, countless energetically packed live shows for throngs of eager audiences across North America, composing the music for APTN/YTV’s Tipi Tales, and writing the score and hosting the TV documentary The Simple Way (focused on the relevant, world-wide topic of voluntary simplicity). He has, without a doubt, established himself as a fundamental part of the North American family entertainment scene. And whether it’s through CDs, videos, books or television, his cornerstone philosophy remains the same: absolute trust that his work can make a difference.

His pre-music experience working with troubled youth set the stage for what was to come; providing an understanding of the trauma of child abuse and the ability of music to heal. Those learnings, along with the untimely passing of his 12- year-old sister with Down’s Syndrome and subsequent passing of his father a year later, sparked a period of deep soul-searching and life-changing decisions. Inspired by his sister’s pure love of music, the man who had planned to become an economist, made a choice to become a performer. Lucky for us, he did.

More than the music, the two-time Juno winner for Best Children’s Album Sing with Fred and eight-time nominee’s body of work is about energy and emotional connection. The guy who crawled magically out of that hollow log for 12 seasons and nearly 900 episodes in the hit CBC TV show Fred Penner’s Place receives fan mail to this day from some of the 55 million American viewers where the show ran for four years on the U.S.’s Nickelodeon. Always building on a common theme rooted in integrity and a “belief in what I can do” he has created a lasting impact that crosses the generations and continues to grow.

Fred Penner will be appearing at the North Peace Cultural Centre on Saturday, Feb 13th at 3:30 pm

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