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The Kole Crook Fiddle Association (KCFA) is comprised of fiddle-music lovers who have come together in memory of Kole Crook, well-loved and respected Metis fiddler who died in a plane crash December 31, 2001. Kole was on his way from Ft. Good Hope, NT, to Tulita, NT to play for a New Year's Eve...

Lunch Pail Theatre was established in April 1994 with its first production, "Talking Dirty".

To date we have produced over 30 live theatre shows at NACC and various other locations throughout town.  Tickets for our performances can be purchased in advance at the NACC Box Office or online...

This festival is held on the land 25 miles SW of Fort McPherson, a small community located just off the world famous Dempster Highway over the first long weekend in August. It is a wonderful opportunity for family to come out and enjoy live music and storytelling. There is also a dance floor to...

Music NWT is a non-profit, service-based association dedicated to helping develop and foster music and the music industry in the Northwest Territories.

The Music Teachers Association of the NWT supports NWT music teachers at all levels, both with private studios and in schools. Beyond being involved with their own students, Music Teachers’ Association members are involved in fostering musical excellence and appreciation amongst their pupils and...

Norman Wells Historical Centre (1989) portrays the history of the construction of the Canol Pipeline, geology, bush aviation, Mackenzie riverboats and Sahtu Dene culture. The Centre hosts an annual arts exhibition and its Great Bear Gallery gift shop features traditional Dene craft items, and...

The Northern Arts and Cultural Centre (NACC) is a 297 seat theatre facility located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. It was built with the help of the publisher of the Globe and Mail newspaper whose fund raising efforts raised monies from varied sources across Canada. It is the...

The Northern Life Museum and Cultural Centre holds what is considered among the best collection of northern native and early white settlement material in Canada. Our collection is comprised of over 17,000 artifacts including traditional work of the Inuit, Inuvialuit, Dene and Metis, as well as...

The NorthWords organizing committee was born on a snowy day in February, 2006. Conversations at literary events in Yellowknife, NWT, had led a number of writers and readers to the conclusion that there should be a summer literary arts festival in the community to showcase and support Aboriginal...

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