KEKULI at Sorrento Centre
Sorrento Centre’s Kekuli is a large outdoor covered open space where you will enjoy classes and workshops, theatre arts presentations, concerts, spontaneous performing arts, free public lectures, evening events – dances and parties, even! For announcement updates, see here »
A quiggly hole, also known simply as a quiggly or kekuli, is the remains of an underground house built by the First Nations people of the Interior of British Columbia and the Columbia Plateau in the U.S. The word quiggly comes from kickwillie or keekwulee, the Chinook Jargon word for “beneath” or “under”.