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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

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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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Sep 29, 30, Oct 5-7 - The Alcan Craze of '42

Alcan Craze of '42

Sep 29, 30, Oct 5, 6, 7, 2017 @ 7:30 PM
Adults $25, Students & Seniors $20, Children $15

Join the North Peace Cultural Centre and Stage North Theatre Society in celebrating the 75th anniversary of the building of the Alaska Highway and see the fear and excitement the building of the Alaska Highway brought to Fort St. John. Twenty four local actors and 12 production crew are recreating the shock and awe of the locals when 10,000 US soldiers and huge machines invaded the Peace Country in 1942. Determined to build a road to Alaska through the mud and muskeg, the US Army got help and comfort from local residents. The Alcan Craze of ’42 brings those stories to life with vivid detail and northern humour.

The Alcan Craze of ’42 is an original play by local playwright Deborah Butler and directed by BC actor and director Michael Armstrong.

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Sept 30 - Art Auction 34

MusgroveSaturday, Sept 30, 2017
6:00 Doors, 7:00 Dinner, 8:00 Auction
$75 per seat

Peace Arts Gallery Society’s thirty-fourth 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 on Saturday, September 30th.

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 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 each available 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 34th Annual Art Auction. It’s sure to be a night to remember!

Reserve your seat today!

 

 
Pokemon League

PokeballThe North Peace Cultural Centre hosts games of Pokemon: The Trading Card Game in the Concourse for all who enjoy the game.  Free gameplay happens every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 pm until 7pm. We also host more competetive gameplay monthly by hosting a tournament (generally on the third weekend of each month).

Interested in learning to play Pokemon? Join us on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons for some advice, lessons, battles, and trading. We'd love to see you here. We have a selection of cards and supplies at the box office during our regular business hours.

Sunday Sep 17 @ 11am - Burning Shadows League Challenge
Saturday Oct 7 @ 11am - Burning Shadows Championship League Cup
Sunday Oct 22 @ 2pm
- Crimson Invasion Prerelease

 
Saturday, Oct 21 -7th Annual Country Dinner Theatre

Saturday October 21st
Doors at 4:30, Dinner at 6:00
Charlie Lake Community Hall
13-59 $30, 6-12, 60+, Riders $20, 5 & Under Free

Join the North Peace Ride for the Disabled for their 7th Annual Country Dinner Theatre on Saturday, October 21st at the Charlie Lake Community Hall. Doors will open at 4:30 with dinner served at 6:00. there will be door prizes, a tantilizing country meal, silent auction, and wholesome family fun. Entertainment will be provided by Tom Cole with the NewColt 45, and Jayden Stafford.  Don't miss it!

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Sunday, Nov 5 - B.S. with Corb Lund

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All Seats $45

Corb Lund – Canada`s acclaimed authoritative roots/country, singer/songwriter embarks on a new project that takes him to place at the North Peace Cultural Centre on Sunday November 5th. Corb Lund comes home to tour Western Canada this fall, but even diehard fans haven’t seen the JUNO Award-winning country star like this: His “B.S. with C.L.” tour is being billed as “An Evening of Western Conversation, Songs, and Stories” and will feature Lund performing—and BSing—solo.

 

“Playing with my band is great, but doing solo shows is a totally different experience that allows me to be more creative and interact with the audience in a whole new way,” Lund says. “It’ll be a lot of fun, too.” “B.S. with C.L.” will see Lund play songs, tell stories, and BS with the audience in an intimate and interactive format. The three-week tour kicks off Nov. 4 in Grande Prairie, AB, and works its way through B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba before wrapping in Cadillac, SK on Nov. 25. The string of solo dates follows Lund’s successful solo tour of Atlantic Canada earlier this year, and more recent solo shows in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Montana, and New York City.

Lund released his 9th and most recent album, Things That Can’t Be Undone, in 2015. Produced by Grammy-nominated producer Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson), the critically acclaimed release prompted Rolling Stone to declare Lund among the “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know,” while NPR called it “a high mark of a long career.”

 

The show comes to the North Peace Cultural Centre on Sunday November 5th. Tickets are available as of September 15th at the box office, by calling (250) 785-1992 and online.

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Wednesday, Nov 8 - Social Media Camp

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Wednesday, November 8 @ 9AM
All seats $69

NEABC is hosting Social Media Camp 2017 on November 8th at the North Peace Cultural Centre! This is going to be a massive event. We’ve invited some of the worlds professional social media and marketing gurus. They will teach local business's in the Peace Region how to effectively utilize online platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Linked In to maximize their Social Media presence and generate more income!

Reserve your space now!

 

 
Tuesday, Nov 21 - Ron James - Full Throttle!

ron jamesRON JAMES...FULL THROTTLE!
Tuesday, Nov 21 @ 7:30
Reserved Seating $55
(tax and facility fees included)

Award-winning comedian RON JAMES has been selling out theatres for 15 years with his marathon, side-splitting, kinetically charged performances. Marshaling a comedian’s eye for satire and a writer’s ear for language, Ron takes his audience on a breath-taking, non-stop roller coaster ride, cutting a wide swath through contemporary culture with his razor-sharp ribald wit, uncompromising standards and unique, poetically honed delivery ... a stand-out amongst ‘stand-ups’.

With eight critically acclaimed one-hour comedy specials under his belt, plus five seasons starring in his own series, “The Ron James Show”, Canada’s #1 road warrior is back doing what he does best: delivering laughs face to face and coast to coast ... a high octane Full Throttle ride!

“a man of a million words and a million laughs ... genius” - Globe & Mail
“Utterly Brilliant” -  Ottawa Sun
“a unique brand of funny all his own” - Winnipeg Free Press
“hysterically funny ... at the top of his game” - Toronto Star
“fits of helpless laughter” - Halifax Chronicle Herald
“funniest man in Canada” - Victoria Times-Colonist
“a wheezing, snorting, chortling, gasping night of hilarity” - Edmonton Sun
“fast, funny and smart” - Montreal Gazette
“simply the best” - Toronto Sun
“thunderous standing ovation” - Saskatoon Star Phoenix

 

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Help Sturgill Stay

sturgillHELP STURGILL STAY!

“But who is Sturgill?”, you may be asking. Sturgill is a Moose! A magnificent, life-size driftwood sculpture of a male moose created by local FSJ artist Michelle Pringle as a piece of her Drifters collection. Michelle uses driftwood from Williston Lake to create one of a kind masterpieces, and we want him for our very own! Sturgill is currently a part of Peace Gallery North’s February exhibit, My Canada, and has drawn a great deal of attention from everyone who has seen him. Did we mention he is LIFE-SIZE?!

North Peace Cultural Centre want Sturgill to stay right where he is and become a signature piece in our permanent collection. We are celebrating our 25th Anniversary in 2017 and what better way to do that than adopt Sturgill?  But we need your help!

We are asking for the community to donate, and collectively become the owners in this public art initiative with the North Peace Cultural Centre as custodians. Our goal is $5,000 and for a minimum donation of $25 you will receive a tax receipt to the value of your donation and recognition of your contribution posted next to Sturgill, who will be on permanent display outside Peace Gallery North. Let’s celebrate the arts and local talent in our community together.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE