Every small town has a tale to tell. Whether it’s the local grocery shop on the corner that still doesn’t open on Sundays, or the story behind building the world’s biggest fire hydrant, Charles and Lisa are driving cross-country to find out.
'Learn, listen and jam'. Educational vignette with Steve Gedrose, guitarist Nick Mah's music and multi-media Lennie Breau project toasting this Canadian jazz icon, and the traditional jazz jam. Presented by Jazz Yukon
'Learn, listen and jam'. Educational vignette with Steve Gedrose, saxophonist Olivier de Colombel & from France guitarist Romain Fitoussi's Thomas Chapin Tribute Project, and the traditional jazz jam. Presented by Jazz Yukon
Located in the Whitehorse downtown core, within walking distance of hotels, shops, restaurants and bars. The Old Fire Hall's intimate space is well suited for cabaret style performance, concerts, art installations as well as private gatherings. The Old Fire Hall is a unique branch of the Yukon Arts Centre, combining the resources and leadership of the Yukon Government, Department of Tourism and Culture, the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce and the Yukon Arts Centre.
In operation since 2007, it has become a hub for community and cultural events. From theatre, live music, dance, and visual art exhibitions, to film screenings, book launches, conferences and retreats, the Old Fire Hall is the place to check out many of Whitehorse's vibrant community offerings.