Our first 2014 Philosophers’ Café: January 22 – Bernard Momer on Arts and Culture: How are they important to our quality of life?

Join Bernard Momer for an in-depth discussion on the importance of arts and culture to a community’s economy and quality of life. Bernard Momer, associate professor of geography at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus, is the author of “The Creative Sector of Kelowna, British Columbia – an Economic Impact Assessment” and “Our City, Ourselves: A Cultural Landscape of Kelowna, BC.”  He also contributed to Kelowna’s new Cultural Plan, “Thriving, Engaging, Inspiring.”

Everyone is WELCOME!!
Doors open at the Art Gallery, 9533 Main Street Summerland at 6:30pm and discussion begins at 7pm.

Admission by donation.  Tea, coffee and refreshments available.

 

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Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet presents: ROMEO + JULIET – January 28, 2014

ROMEO + JULIET
January 28, 2014 at 7:30pm
Kelowna Community Theatre – 1375 Water Street, Kelowna, BC
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Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet brings the enduring tale of love, longing and loss to Kelowna with choreographer Rudi van Dantzig’s exquisite classical ballet Romeo + Juliet, January 28, 2014 at the Kelowna Community Theatre. Shakespeare’s beloved star-crossed romance is a timeless masterpiece set to Prokofiev’s gorgeous score, and highlights the impeccable classical artistry of the RWB dancers. Co-presented by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Ballet Kelowna.

Tickets: BalletKelowna.ca, 250.862.2867
Info: rwb.org/romeojuliettour

 

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