The Order of the Eastern Star Garage Sale and Bake Sale Saturday: June 6th, 2015 Time: 9 am to 2 pm Where: At the Prince George Masonic Hall 480 Vancouver Street (4th and Vancouver Street) Come and find some great bargains! Proceeds to assist in supporting charities of the Order of the Eastern Star For more information or to donate items to the garage sale Phone Dianne at 250-964-4131 Sponsored by Nechako Chapter #40 Order of the Eastern Star
The ECRA Gospel Singers present: A Shelter in Life’s Storms At the Elder Citizens Recreation Centre 1692 Tenth Ave. Prince George, B.C Tel: 250-561- 9381 Saturday, March 28th at 7 pm Sunday, March 29th at 2 pm Featuring: Vocalist, Marie Moore accompanied by Glen Callieou on guitar and the Synergy School Hand Bell Choir Admission: Adults $10.00 per person; children 5-12 years $5.00 Tickets available at the ECRA office and also at the door Hard of hearing headsets will be available at the concert Please join us for refreshments after the show.
The Rated PG RollerGirls bring in the noise and, if you’re
unlucky enough to be on the opposing team, they also
bring the pain.
In the 2004 comedy-drama Sideways, Miles and Maya (Paul Giamatti and Virginia Madsen, respectfully) share an intimate conversation regarding their common love of good wine (I’ll assume written accurately, as I’m not yet a sommelier, still unable to distinguish between a Chateau Montelena Chardonnay and a box of Baby Duck).
Just because the sun goes down during the 2015 Canada Winter Games doesn’t mean the excitement stops. Citizen Special Events and Cariboo Brewing are teaming up to present Cariboo House – the downtown hot spot that comes alive after the athletes have gone to bed. Think of it as the “games after dark,” said James Matosevic of Citizen Special Events.
7:00: I’m writing in the present tense as the computer is accompanying me to the Copper Pig’s grand re-opening on October 25th. I’m decked in a new suit and Italian tie (from Italy, no less) overshadowed considerably by a knockout girlfriend at my flank. I want to strut past the entrance like Zapp Brannigan in Futurama and exclaim, “I AM HERE WITH A WOMAN!”
There may not be a royal academy for it, but that doesn’t mean belly dance isn’t an art. It’s one that Sandra Tanemura has been teaching for more than two decades in Prince George and, like her aunt before her, Tanemura still faces the common misconceptions about the form.