Canada Day!

What a day! We had free popcorn, kids coloured Civic Theatre colouring pages, folks found out (sort of) what it felt like to be Josh Wapp in that great uniform, and people were lining up for memberships! Membership opportunities are…

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Our Proposal

Many of you have asked for details of the proposal we submitted to the city which they recently accepted. We are very proud of the work we have done, and very excited that our proposal was selected to move forward.…

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Bring on the (non) Profit!

We are very pleased to announce another giant leap forward for our theatre's future! The Nelson Civic Theatre Society is now a fully registered non-profit society. Now we have full society status we can begin our fundraising efforts as well as form our Board of Directors and identifying the working groups and committees we need to re-open our theatre. If you are interested in volunteering your skills and energy and would like to be involved with this very exciting project please send us your contact information and comments.
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And the press goes wild!

We've been getting some nice ink--and airwaves--since the Council decision. Here is today's piece from The Nelson Daily online newspaper written by Bill Metcalfe. City Council Gives Civic Theatre Group More Time Nelson City Council has given the Nelson Civic…

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Success!

On Monday June 11 Nelson City Council passed the following motion: THAT the Nelson Civic Theatre Society be given four months to conduct feasibility work and further business planning, raise initial funds, and consult with the broader community; and THAT…

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Today is the day!

It's May 31st - that must mean it's proposal delivery day! At 10AM today, PST, our Nelson Civic Theatre Society proposal will be delivered to the city. Wow, what an incredible journey it has been! Within the last two months…

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May 28 Nelson Daily article

Community Group Puts Finishing Touches on MovieTheatre Proposal by Bill Metcalfe on 27 May 2012 As the May 31 deadline approaches for the submission of proposals for the use of the Civic Theatre, one group has made no secret of…

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