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The Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre Society announces the launch of its 2015/16 Dance Series
The Vernon Performing Arts Centre has a few concerts and recitals left before summer begins.
The VDPAC is home to some of Vernon’s best. See for yourself (broken bones not required) when you attend these next few events:
It’s one of the busiest times of the year for the performing arts so don’t miss your chance to take in these great performances.
The arts scene in Vernon is about as busy as it gets throughout the spring.
We are spoiled in Vernon with incredible selection, especially throughout the busy spring performance season
Don’t wait ‘till spring to check out what’s happening in the arts.
The busy season for the arts is just ramping up as the Vernon Winter Carnival wraps up.
The Vernon Performing Arts Centre's Brian van Wensem is snowed in and loving it.
Caravan Farm Theatre’s Winter Sleigh Ride show starts this Thursday.
With December only a week away, the spirit of Christmas is gaining serious momentum.
From caterpillars to Celtic music and dance, and violins to vampires, there is something for everyone in the coming weeks.
This is the season to add a little something extra to your life - a full calendar of incredible concerts, dance, theatre and storytelling.
A look at the shows that have been clogging up Brian van Wensem's desk at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre.
The Vernon & District Performing Arts Centre kicks off a new season of top-notch entertainment, starting with WWE's Mick Foley
As we anxiously await solstice and ensuing summer fun, there are still a few more chances to catch the finest up and coming local talent.
Local and visiting groups stage shows in dance, music, theatre and more, along with Creative Chaos , which returns to Vernon June 6 to 8.
Experience the energy for yourself at the live events reaching their moment in weeks to come.
Working in a highly creative job in the arts for over five years now, Brian van Wensem enjoys endless diversity in the work he does.
Lots of performances coming up at the Performing Arts Centre and in Vernon