Moosomin and District Arts Council is committed to keeping all art forms alive in the Moosomin area.



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 Adult  $100.00 $25.00 $30.00
 Student  $50.00 $15.00 $15.00
  Children under 5 free    
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  • The Wardens

    The Wardens
    When: October 28, 2024 7:30 pm
    Where: Moosomin Community Theatre
    The Wardens don’t just sing about the land, they’re part of it. The Rocky Mountain-based band’s stories and songs rise from the very land they’ve protected as Canadian national park wardens. With haunting three-part harmonies and chilling tales, the band’s mountain music - blending folk, roots and western styles " reflects Canada's protected wilderness areas. Celebrating the return of wild buffalo, wrangling grizzly bears, lonely nights on the packtrail and reflecting on an environment in crisis, a performance by The Wardens has been dubbed "the quintessential mountain-culture concert experience."

  • The Misery Mountain Boys

    The Misery Mountain Boys
    When: November 13, 2024 7:30 pm
    Where: Moosomin Community Theatre
    You might hear the tunes of the Misery Mountain Boys drifting from behind a rotating bookcase of a 1930’s speakeasy. Harkening back to a simpler time, the MMB’s music is infused with tongue in cheek wit, playfulness, and nostalgia. With a mix of catchy originals and contemporary songs reimagined in driving swing, the band’s performance delivers as both classic and fresh. The band offers a generous variety of sweaty jazz numbers, velvety love songs, and swingin' jump-blues, with plenty of lighthearted stories and laughs along the way.

  • Munro & Patrick

    Munro & Patrick
    When: January 09, 2025 7:30 pm
    Where: Moosomin Community Theatre
    Munro and Patrick command the stage with poignant originals and innovative renditions of beloved cover songs and were recently awarded SCMA Group of the Year for 2024. Their performances epitomize the duo's exceptional vocal harmony and undeniable on-stage chemistry. With years of audience interaction and honing their songwriting skills, Heidi and Scott effortlessly engage crowds with their stories and banter, akin to a warm summer night's campfire. Their soul-stirring original tunes captivate hearts, drawing inspiration from their musical roots, and their cover selection spans Motown, 70s Disco, RnB, jazz, country, and rock, delivering a blend reminiscent of Chris Stapleton, Emmylou Harris, Joe Cocker, and Bonnie Raitt.

  • Prairie Debut presents the Prairie Sons

    Prairie Debut presents the Prairie Sons
    When: March 04, 2025 7:30 pm
    Where: Moosomin Community Theatre
    The Prairie Sons, cellist David Liam Roberts, and pianist Godwin Friesen, draw inspiration from the vast Canadian West. They met at the Glenn Gould School of Music and share a deep connection to their Prairie roots. Both awarded and featured in CBC's Hot 30 Classical Musicians Under 30, their concert program reflects their expansive perspective. The Prairie Sons' energy and innovation offer a fresh perspective on their homeland, inviting you to see the everyday as a miracle in the picturesque Canadian landscape.


  • A Selection of Specimens

    A Selection of Specimens
    Dates: January 01, 2025 to January 23, 2025
    Where: Moosomin & District Arts Council
    A Selection of Specimens is a solo exhibition be artist Kristin Teetaert. This exhibition features drawings, felt sculptures, and painted tiles. Kristin states: "The specimens came to life in 2012 in the form of a charcoal gestural sketch. The idea of sculpting them in wool followed. Wool allowed me to use bright colours and to create sculptures that were malleable. A tactile person, I wanted to play with my sculptures. This idea of being able to play with and manipulate the sculptures inspired the tiles; they are all able to interconnect with each other on all four sides. An important aspect of them was the ability to create different paths between the specimens by physically moving the tiles, or as a viewer, by following the shapes as they weave through the installation. I often alternate between two and three dimensions as I work. They are surprisingly autobiographical. I have always had a fascination with botany and nature, and a love of the unique shapes found in the natural and microscopic world. This, combined with my love of colour, has resulted in this series of playful sculptures and drawings that explore the ideas of interconnection, growth, spontaneity, and evolution."