100 Mile House & South Cariboo Arts & Culture

100 Mile House & South Cariboo Arts & Culture. Exercise your aesthetic sense by viewing an art show or attending a cultural event. The South Cariboo is home to musicians, writers, photographers, painters, sculptors, weavers and quilters – craftspeople specializing in all media. Situated beside the entrance to Centennial Park, Parkside Centre provides a cozy setting and backdrop for the works of local artists as well as showcasing larger provincial shows.

Also in 100 Mile House, Martin Exeter Hall is a warm and cherished venue for theatre productions, and many musical performances featuring talented performers, singers and instrumentalists. Community halls, pubs and dining establishments throughout the region also host concerts and entertainers from around the world.

South Cariboo history and culture are further illustrated by beautiful outdoor murals in 100 Mile House. During the pleasant summer months, many annual community events take place at outdoor locations such as Centennial Park in 100 Mile House, and Reg Conn Park in Clinton. Most communities have regular farmers markets, showcasing an array of homemade arts and crafts, whether at an indoor winter venue or outside under the summer sun.

Pick up or request the “Art & Culture” brochure from the South Cariboo Visitor Centre in 100 Mile House for more information on 100 Mile’s cultural side.

Interested in attending local events? Check out the South Cariboo Calendar of Events for dates and event information!