Check out the many great things to see and do while in Harrison Hot Springs this Winter:

Ranger Station Art Gallery Exhibit – Throughout January

The Life and Paintings of Nancy Goldstein, Walter Conner, and Walter Conner Jr.
www.kentharrisonartscouncil.com
Phone:  604-796-2723

February at the Ranger Station Art Gallery – February 1st

The Monday Painters Group Show.
www.kentharrisonartscouncil.com
Phone: 604-796-2723

Annual Valentine’s Tea – February 9th

An annual afternoon tea and bake sale, hosted by the Legion Ladies auxiliary at the Agassiz Legion.
Phone: 604-796-2332

Bentall, Taylor & Ulrich – February 16th

The Harrison Festival Society presents Bentall, Taylor and Ulrich, three veteran musicians team up to create a BC super group.  Barney Bentall, Tom Taylor and Shari Ulrich bring their considerable talent and experience to create an unforgettable show.
www.harrisonfestival.com
Phone: 604-796-3664

First Nations Student Exhibit – March 1st

The students of Chehalis and Seabird Island Community Schools showcase their aboriginal art at the Ranger Station Public Art Gallery.
www.kentharrisonartscouncil.org
Phone: 604-796-2723

Writers Workshop, World of Words – March 2nd

Who Let the Poets Out! 1 – 4 pm at the Ranger Station Art Gallery, everyone welcome!
www.kentharrisonartscouncil.com
Phone: 604-796-2723

Maeve MacKinnon Trio – March 15th

The Harrison Festival Society presents: The Maeve MacKinnon Trio. Even amid the wealth of gifted musicians thronging today’s Scottish folk scene, singer Maeve MacKinnon stands out as an exceptional young talent.
www.harrisonfestival.com
Phone: 604-796-3664

Walk/Run for Heritage – March 23rd

Take part in the 3km or 5km route and help raise money for the Agassiz Harrison Museum and Kilby Historic Site.  Kent Fitness/Activity Centre, Agassiz.
www.agassizharrisonmuseum.org

Phone: 604-796-3545

Carlos del Junco & the Blues Mongrels – March 30th

The Harrison Festival Society presents: Carlos del Junco & the Blues Mongrels. To say he plays the harmonica is like saying “Jimi Hendrix plays guitar”.  His playing blurs the boundaries between blues and jazz (hence the name for his band “The Blues Mongrels”).
www.harrisonfestival.com
Phone:  604-796-3664

Easter at Kilby Historic Site – March 31st & April 1st

Hunt for Easter eggs, cuddle live bunnies, enjoy a home style Easter feast and tour the museum. Reservations suggested for the Easter meal.
www.kilby.ca
Phone: 604-796-9576