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Caravan Farm Theatre presents Outdoor Film Festival and Indigenous Short Film Showcase

Caravan Farm Theatre presents Outdoor Film Festival and Indigenous Short Film Showcase

It takes place from Sept. 3 through Sept. 5 at the theatre company's Armstrong location.
Live comedy returns on Saturday with Kamloops comedians

Live comedy returns on Saturday with Kamloops comedians

Live comedy is returning to Kamloops with a show at the former Stage House Theatre. Ryan Williams will headline a show at The Effie Arts Collective, 422 Tranquille Rd., at 8 p.m. on Saturday.
Music in the Park cuts through the smoke

Music in the Park cuts through the smoke

Nightly 7 p.m. concerts continue through Aug. 28 in Riverside Park.
Paranormal tales solicited for Half Cut: Myths and Mysteries webcast

Paranormal tales solicited for Half Cut: Myths and Mysteries webcast

So far, the video series, called Half Cut: Myths and Mysteries, includes chats with local ghost hunters and other purveyors of the paranormal. Anyone interested in sharing their own paranormal experience can reach out by email at todd.sullivan@gmail.com before Friday, Aug. 20.
Abbreviated Music in the Park coming to Kamloops

Abbreviated Music in the Park coming to Kamloops

Nightly concerts are set for Riverside Park from Aug. 15 through Aug. 28.
Kamloops Film Society buys MovieMart

Kamloops Film Society buys MovieMart

The store’s collection of movies will be transported to the Paramount Theatre, from where rentals by the public will continue. Scroll down to watch a short documentary on the city's longest-running movie rental shop.
Gruff marks the return of Project X Theatre's live park production

Gruff marks the return of Project X Theatre's live park production

The play will be performed in Prince Charles Park downtown from Aug. 3 to Aug. 21. Many early dates are sold out, but later dates have tickets available online at projectxtheatre.ca.
Creating art from the ashes in Kamloops

Creating art from the ashes in Kamloops

Artist Sandra Pasmen is using ash and charcoal from the July 1 fire between Juniper Ridge and Valleyiew to create artwork. Her creations are being bid on, with money raised going to help wildfire evacuees and the Kamloops Fire Fighters charity.
Smoke wipes out weekend drive-in flicks, but Paramount Theatre showing once again

Smoke wipes out weekend drive-in flicks, but Paramount Theatre showing once again

Due to wildfire smoke in the area, the Kamloops Film Society has cancelled its weekend showings at the Twin Rivers Drive-in. Both of the cancelled films, Beetlejuice and Toy Story 4, will be shown later in the month, instead.
Kamloops Arts Council names new executive director

Kamloops Arts Council names new executive director

The Kamloops Arts Council has named its new executive director. Tanya Nielsen has taken the reigns of the arts organization, which has a mandate to take the arts out into the community by offering no-cost programs, performances, workshops and events.