|The Lester Centre bathed in Orange on September 30th in|
observance of The Day of National Reconciliation
(From Lester Centre Facebook page)
Some more welcome news on the local theatrical and arts sense to relay today, following on our notes of yesterday hailing the prospect of a return to the pursuits of Harbour Theatre,
Today it's to the city's showcase of the Arts and the centre of our cultural experiences the Lester Centre, where planning for a return to performances is now in full motion, with the Lester Centre officials making note of the recent changes from the COVID related health orders of Doctor Bonnie Henry and sharing their plans through their Facebook page this week.
Towards some of that upcoming programming, the Lester Centre social media stream notes of a special event set for tomorrow evening at the McBride street home of the arts, with a mini film festival focus on Arts in the time of COVID the feature presentation.
The event is a presentation of the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council with local videographer capturing the creativity and passion of large collection of North Coast artists and their work across a range of genres.
The work is part of the Prince Rupert Community Arts Councils participation in BC Culture Days.
More notes on the plans ahead for the Arts Council can be found from their Facebook page.
Also on the horizon for the Lester Centre, the return of live music, with a Rupert Rocks collective, preparing to offer up some Thank you notes to frontline healthcare workers in the community.
That event is scheduled for November 13th at 7PM.
The music showcase featuring some of Prince Rupert's most popular performers, ready to shake off some COVID rust and rock (among other stylings) the Lester Centre through the night next month.
The much anticipated new additions to our entertainment listings can be reviewed from our Archive page here.