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
The 2020 BC Winter Games kick off on Thursday, February 20 at 7:00 pm with the Opening Ceremony. Welcome more than 1500 athletes and coaches to Fort St. John and enjoy the excitement and entertainment of this long-anticipated event and celebrate the official start of the games with the lighting of the ceremonial torch. Doors open at 6:00 pm with entertainment to start after 6:30 pm. Tickets are free but reserve your spot to avoid disappointment.
Fred Penner is a gentleman with an undeniable ability to make you feel good about yourself. This musical master brings more than 40 years of commitment, consistency and depth to a career that blends many genres of performing and communication. Fred continues to grow and create music for his generations of “Fred Heads”. His latest Juno Award / Canadian Folk Music Award / Western Canadian Music Award-winning CD project, Hear The Music is dedicated to all who have travelled with him on his musical journey. He is thankful to the generations for allowing him into their lives, listening and singing along.
Rex Murphy has one of Canada's most distinctive voices of commentary, both for its folksy Newfoundland tone and its typically Canadian flexibility. Like the nation itself, one could argue, Murphy can identify with the dirty hands of hard work and the white collars of policy. As a columnist, in the broadcast and written forms alike, he has made a career out of finding the pulse-points of Canada.Join Rex Murphy, CBC and National Post commentator for an evening of insight and incomparable wit will keep you laughing and nodding as he offers his tales with a special focus on the energy sector, the construction industry, and the politics of natural resources.