North Peace Cultural Centre reopens to the public

It's been a long time coming, but the North Peace Cultural Centre has finally reopened to the public. The Cultural Centre reopened this week for the first time since March 18, with some new protocols and changes in place. 

“While we were closed to the public, we published performance videos of local dancers and musicians on our Youtube channel (North Peace Cultural Centre). This served two purposes, it allowed artists an opportunity to perform safely, and it was important for us to keep in contact with our community,” said Oliver Hachmeister Artistic Director. “If current restrictions remain in place, we are also adding the ability to offer online performances and workshops to ensure that physical isolation doesn’t also mean artistic isolation.”

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Current services being offerend at the Cultural Centre include: Peace Gallery North, Before and After School Care, room rentals for weddings and birthday parties, and the theatre is open for performances -- limitations apply. 

The NPCC is starting up a comedy improv league, the Peace Region Improv Club, and will be host to practices for the Peace Region Badminton Club. 


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