The North Peace Cultural Centre is operated by the North Peace Cultural Society, a registered non-profit society with the Government of British Columbia and is a registered charity with the Government of Canada, and as such we operate under the strict financial guidelines set out by both levels of government. You can be assured that money donated to us will be used appropriately. All donations over $25 will receive a tax-deductible receipt.
Want to support the operations of the Cultural Centre and want to allow us to decide what the most useful use of your funds would be? Donate to this and we will use your donation in the most appropriate area. Donate now!
“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. Donate now!
Bright Nights in June
Bright Nights in June is the Centre’s annual celebration of the arts in the North Peace. Each year we host an artistic showcase with a number of special events for the community. Donate now!