Arts and Culture Bring Hope and Connection During COVID-19

Golden adapts its offerings, including a rolling curbside concert series Performer Ricky Diamonds commands centre stage in a smoking jacket and greased-back hair, dressed to impress a Las Vegas crowd. But he’s not entertaining in Sin…

Cabin Preserves Pioneer Life

Meadow Creek Museum invites visitors to explore a pre-dam home. To travel back in time to pioneer life in the Basin, soon all it will take is a step into the restored Billy Clark cabin in Meadow…

Ready for Restoration

Creston grain elevator moves closer to a rejuvenated future Pass by Creston’s two grain elevators and they’ll look like they have for a long time—historically and visually fascinating but in need of repairs and a good…

An Eye-catching Restoration

Outside the Revelstoke Railway Museum sits a vibrant yellow caboose. Not long ago, the caboose was showing its age. Now, with help from the Trust’s Heritage, Museum and Archive Grants, Ed Koski and Jimmy Young from…

Art Energizes Public Spaces

Communities celebrate their people and places It engages minds and offers broad learning experiences. It adds vibrancy to communities, attracts visitors and benefits local economies. It helps provide a living to those engaged in creative careers….

Behind the Walls

“It’s all behind-the-walls stuff. It’s not something you see, but something you feel,” says Peter Schalk, Board Chair of the Cranbrook Community Theatre Society.

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