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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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Peace Gallery North Exhibits
Aug - 7 - 22 - Convergence


Convergence Poster"Convergence: 2 artists consider their landscape" is the upcoming show at Peace Gallery North. Running from Friday, August 7 to Saturday, August 22, this is a joint exhibition of work by Dawson Creek artists, Mary Mottishaw and Kit Fast.

The theme of the work in this mixed media exhibit revolves around the changing landscape in the BC and Alberta Peace region. The artists have recognized the landscape is being redefined according to the demands of industry and community. Their work addresses this theme in contrasting yet compatible styles.

The opening of the show will be on Friday, August 7 from 7:00 to 9:00pm... everyone welcome!! We look forward to seeing you


Jul 17 - Aug 4 - Jewels of the Peace


Jewels of the PeaceThe next exhibit at Peace Gallery North is a micro-show for the summer.

"Jewels of the Peace" is an exhibition of whimsical "outstallations" created by local artists, Miep Burgerjon and Lorna Penner. It runs from July 17 to August 4, with an opening on the evening of Friday, July 17 from 7:00 - 9:00pm. Everyone is welcome!!

WARNING!! These "outstallations", although whimsical, are created to highlight environmental changes that are about to occur in the Peace River Valley. The materials to create such works, collected from the Halfway, will soon be lost forever!!


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