CANCELLED: December 5th KinderConcert, Winter Wonderland
November 23, 2020

Please be advised that our December 5th KinderConcert: Winter Wonderland has been cancelled.

All ticket holders have been contacted for action. If you haven't heard from us, please check your email (including spam filter), and if you still don't see anything from us please call our office at 250 562 0800.

On November 19 Dr Bonnie Henry issued new orders for public gatherings in BC, reducing the limit of 50 audience members to 0.

While we are disappointed to cancel any performance, we understand Dr Henry's reasoning and support her efforts to keep our communities safe.

Truth be told, we feel enormous gratitude to have gotten this far and done so well into our 50th anniversary season, and for the enthusiastic support of our patrons who make it possible.

If public health guidelines allow, we plan to continue with the remainder of our 20/21 season, starting with "Picturing Spring In Winter" on January 30th/31st. Tickets will be made available in early January, once we get a better idea of the trajectory of the public health situation.

"Winter Wonderland," created by one of our local musicians, Barb Parker, will make its debut next winter. So it's only been postponed, technically.

Thank you for your understanding, and please stay safe. You and your loved ones are ever in our thoughts.

Upcoming Shows

Chamber Social: Hallowe'en

Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 7:30 pm & Sunday, October 31, 2021 at 2:00 pm ∗ Hart Community Centre ∗
Series: Chamber Music

Chamber Social: Viennese Classics

Saturday, November 27, 2021 at 7:30 pm & Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 2:00 pm ∗ Prestige Treasure Cove Resort ∗
Series: Chamber Music

KinderConcert: Winter Wonderland

Sunday, December 5, 2021 ∗ UNBC Canfor Theatre ∗ 2:00 pm
Series: KinderConcerts

VIEW ALL SHOWS

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