George Johnson’s play Boomerangst, an eco-comedy featuring idealistic seniors attempting to protect their paradise from environmental threats, runs in Kamloops June 8-17. Continue reading Boomerangst coming our way soon
Celebrate Earth Day, April 22nd, and support Chimera Theatre, a grass-roots, independent company to mount its production of George M. Johnson’s award-winning eco-comedy, Boomerangst. Continue reading Earth Day fundraiser for new eco-comedy
Climate scientist Elin Kelsey in Hope Matters writes, “We can choose the stories we live. We are shaped by the stories we tell. Hope lies in the capacity of stories to transform.” Imagining is key. So, here are some what ifs that occurred to me, without regard to cost or practicality. Continue reading What if…
Part of what we do at Transition Kamloops is build community connections by shining a light on good work done by other local organizations. We’ve long been superfans of the Kamloops Food Policy Council’s work, and their latest series of … Continue reading Shoutout to Kamloops Food Policy Council for the Food & the City series
You Are Here is a free space to share your vision for the cultural direction of the City of Kamloops. Inside 207 Seymour (Kamloops Museum & Archives), you can share your ideas in a guided research project led by the … Continue reading Help shape the cultural future of Kamloops!
Come and celebrate with Kamloops author and artist Wendy Weseen as she launches As Wise as Nature’s Wings—eighty individual books of illustrated eco-poetry, each handmade and featuring a unique piece of original art on the cover. Continue reading “As wise as nature’s wings” book launch and reading