Mondays April 7th to June 2nd 6 pm – Flamenco Fusion 7:30 pm – Bollywood Fusion Thursdays April 10th to May 29th 6 pm – Level 1 ATS 7:30 pm – Level 2 ATS St Michaels Church 1505 5th Avenue Register at first class 250-564-9293
An evening of belly dance and other cultural dance styles, featuring the Raqqaset Al Qamar troupe, the Amanita Middle Eastern Dance students, and special guest performers. Saturday, March 15th, doors open at 7:30 pm, dancing starts at 8:00 pm. Tickets $10 at door, at ArtSpace, 1685 3rd Avenue. Photo credits: Bob D' Auray
The Forever Young Chorus Presents: “Over the Bounding Main “ The theme: A musical tribute to the songs of the sea Special Guest: Carolyn Kelly Elder Citizens Recreation Association 1692 Tenth Ave. Friday, March 28th, at 7:00 pm Saturday, March 29th, at 7:00 pm Sunday, March 30th, at 2 pm Admission $10.00 per person Children 12 and under $5.00 Advance tickets available at the office Phone: 250-561-9381
Elder Citizens Recreation Association (ECRA) Welcomes you to the ECRA Drama Club’s presentation of “Time to Laugh Again” Friday, February 28th at 7 pm Saturday, March 1st at 2 pm Sunday, March 2nd at 2 pm Tickets $10 per person $5.00 for children 12 years and under Tickets are available at the ECRA office and at the door 1692 Tenth Ave., Pr. Geo. 250-561-9381 Just another great show to keep you laughing!
Phos with guest Karl Wyssen, will be playing Riley's on Valentine's, Feb.14th, show 9pm, $5 at door. Phos' original style of dark grunge, groove and glum, and Karl's folk/rock originals.
Check out the awesome test events for Canada Winter Games happening right here in Northern BC!! There will be an Officials and Judging Course as well as two snowboard events.... And it all starts on Thursday January 30th at Esther's Inn! The events will be held at Tabor Mountain on February 1st Slopestyle (SBS) and February 2nd Snowboard Cross (SBX). If you are a parent, volunteer, official, athlete, participant, or media …there is something for everyone. We are thrilled to have great support from the local Tabor Mountain to host these fantastic events and the local shops, as always are pitching in to contribute to a great experience for all levels of riders and volunteers. Please look on the BC Snowboard Web Page http://bcsnowboard.com/event-notices-2/ for the event registration links and the event notices. All the details you need to know are there. If you are coming to Prince George from out of town, please call up the good folks at Esther's Inn http://www.esthersinn.com/ and book your room. A great sponsor for these events, they have preferred rates … so be sure to reference the booking code BC Snowboard. Last but not least…. Never thought we would have to ask for more snow in the north…. But please do your part and do a little snow jig or two to help bring more white stuff our way to make for an even better weekend of events.
Order of the Eastern Star Sweetheart Auction Tickets: $5.00 Includes fancy dessert, tea and coffee Sunday: February 9th, 2014 Time: 1:00 pm - 4 pm Where: At the Masonic Hall - 450 Vancouver Street (4th and Vancouver St.) For tickets or more details please call Geraldine Bailey at 250-962-5528 Tickets will also be available at the door. There will be many great auction items that include a helicopter ride, fine jewelry and many other items too numerous to list.
Senior Idol Contest Once again on Centre Stage at the Elder Citizens Recreation Centre In conjunction with Snow Daze Saturday, February 8th, 2014 at 7:00 pm Admission $10.00 Ladies and Gentlemen 55+ come out for a fun filled evening. Better yet, register and become one of the contestants! Senior Idol Contest at the Elder Citizens Recreation Center 1692 Tenth Ave. (on Tenth Ave. between Winnipeg St. and Vancouver St.) For details on tickets or how to enter the contest please phone: 250-561-9381 All contestant entry forms must be in by February 1st, 2014
As a teenager, Jeremy Stewart could never have conceived of being where he is today. From high school dropout, to migrant vagabond, to celebrated poet with a master’s degree, Stewart’s path to contentment wasn’t one always smoothly paved. “People who grow up in poverty can distort their whole horizon of what’s possible for them,” said Stewart.