Gweneth Lloyd and Betty Farrally emigrate from Leeds, England, to establish The Canadian School of Ballet in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The Winnipeg Ballet Club is formed to promote interest in this new field.
Gweneth Lloyd joins the dance division of the Banff Centre for the Arts.
Betty Farrally joins the Banff faculty. Their tenures would continue until 1968 and 1982 respectively.
The Winnipeg Ballet Club receives the Royal Charter from Queen Elizabeth. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is the first royal ballet of the commonwealth.
Gweneth and Betty establish The Canadian School of Ballet in Kelowna.
Mel Brown and Lori Larsen, mentored by Lloyd and Farrally, become owners/directors of The Canadian School of Ballet.
The Canadian School of Ballet celebrates its 50th anniversary with a gala. There are performances from The Banff Centre for the Arts, The Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and the National Ballet of Canada.
A vision of Lori Larson, Mel Brown, and David LaHay, associate director of the dance program, Banff Centre of the Arts becomes Ballet Kelowna. They perform their inaugural season in 2003.
The Banff Centre, Dance Division, celebrates its 60th anniversary.
The Okanagan Summer Dance Intensive offers its first dance training program at UBCO.
Regeanna Stubel and Carley Bailey, CSB Alumnae, become owners/directors of The Canadian School of Ballet.
The Canadian School of Ballet celebrates its 75th anniversary. Ballet Kelowna marks its 10th anniversary.
The Nutcrackers marks its 25th anniversary.
The Canadian School of Ballet launches its Pre-Professional Training Program.
The Canadian School of Ballet celebrates its 80th anniversary. Ballet Kelowna marks its 15th anniversary.