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Free Admission – Second Anniversary Party and SPCA Fund Raiser

Pull Together Prince George: A Fundraiser for First Nation Legal Challenges Against Enbridge Northern Gateway Citizens across BC are pulling together to help First Nations lawsuits stop the Enbridge Northern Gateway project. Join us in Prince George on December 4th for a heart-filled evening of music and speakers with performances by Raghu Lokanathan and Erika Callaweart. When: Thursday, December 4, 2014 Time: Doors at 6:30, show at 7:00 Where: PG Native Friendship Centre Hall, 1600 3rd Ave Tickets: $10 at Books & Co and at the door. Kids under 12 get in free. What: an evening of local music, speakers, silent auction

Join us for a fun night at Zaffron with fantastic Flamenco dance by Eileen! Book your party with us!! No Cover Charge! November 22nd, 2014 @ 7pm 1085 Vancouver St. 250-596-4800 \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Persian cooking workshop will be offered again at Zaffron Cuisine. At this workshop: First hour: you will learn how to make a tasty stew, saffron rice, accompanying salad, and you will be introduced to some of Persian herbs and spices! Second hour: Enjoy the food made at the workshop. Please share with those interested in cooking! Reservation required! Call to save your seats! 250-596-4800

An evening of belly dance, featuring the Raqqaset al Qamar troupe, Amanita Middle Eastern Dance students, Peña Gitana Flamenco, and special guest dancers. Saturday, November 15th, 8 pm start, Art Space, above Books and Company. Tickets $10 at door.

Annual Craft Fair and Bake Sale At the Elder Citizens Recreation Center 1692 10th Avenue (on Tenth between Vancouver and Winnipeg St.) Saturday, November 15th, 2014 10:00 am to 4:00 pm We have a great variety of vendors – too many to name Christmas shop here for that unique gift item Lots of free parking Bake sale extraordinaire: Delicious home baked goods with hot out of the oven apple pies! Concession available Proceeds to centre operations Some vendor tables still available - to book a table call 250-561-9381

Oct. 25th at the Prince George Playhouse Presented by Nove Voce. Come out for a night of fabulously creepy music from movies such as The Nightmare Before Christmas, Interview with a Vampire and Harry Potter's Double Trouble. We are also proud to be performing the North American Premiere of Martin Romberg's Streghe!These pieces focus on Acient prayers from this lost wickan religion. We are welcoming back Maureen Nielsen at the piano and one of Nove Voce's founding members Naomi Kavka on cello. Tickets are available at Studio 2880, $15.00 all ages.

7th Annual Homemade Frozen Cookie Dough and Pastry Dough Sale We are now taking orders! Fundraiser for the Elder Citizens Recreation Association 1692 10th Ave. (between Vancouver and Winnipeg St) We have 7 varieties of frozen cookie dough to choose from. Each package contains three one pound logs of frozen cookie dough for $10.00. It is simple and it is easy; just slice it and bake it. Baking instructions are included The one pound packages of homemade frozen pastry dough are a bargain and a real hit at just $2.50 per package For more details or to order just phone: 250-561-9381 and ask for the cookie dough order desk. The last day to order is Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

There’s a certain amount of courage - and crazy - required to give everything up and follow your dream.

A self-proclaimed girly-girl, Mandy Paavola’s home make up studio is decked out with the brightest pink you can imagine.

Mount Robson is still waiting to be captured by Gurinder Paul. An elementary school trip to the provincial park was the catching spark for what would eventually become GSP Photography. “It was unbelievably beautiful up there,” Gurinder recalls, “but I didn’t have a camera. I kept thinking, ‘I would love to come back here if I had a camera.’”

The second album from Horses and Bayonets is a new release in more ways than one.

Shortly after the news of Robin Williams’ death hit the world, Scott Dunbar found himself atop a schoolroom desk.

I will always remember my first day in his classroom for grade ten media. His opening words to our group were the following, “This is an English media class. If English is not your first language, I suggest you drop this course. We are not here to watch movies and TV shows all day.” He then followed with, “if the word ‘like’ is repeatedly used out of context, I will fail your presentation.

Changing your life doesn’t have to be a painful process. According to life coach, spiritual teacher, author and motivational speaker David Wahlund’s, there are 10 key elements to making that change.

The course of true love never did run smooth. – A Midsummer Night’s Dream In a season where music festivals were making headlines for all the wrong reasons, the organizers behind MidSummer’s Dream could breathe a sigh of relief.

(Photo Credits: James Doyle) It’s 6:45 in the morning. From her studio in downtown Prince Rupert, CBC Radio One host Carolina de Ryk is speaking to a man standing in the middle of a field. He’s practicing for a cow dog championship in Vanderhoof, and says the key is to communicate with the dogs herding the cattle through a series of whistles.

(Photo Credits: James Doyle) In speaking with Erika Callewaert, it’s difficult not to see her path laid out as a movie montage.

(Photo Credits: James Doyle) Despite claims from my great Aunt that my Portuguese blood tracks back to Vasco Da Gama, I believe there must be a drop of Persian flowing somewhere in my veins. How else can anyone explain my appetite for rosewater?

(Photo Credits: James Doyle) It’s a tale as old as time. Girl leaves the Lower Mainland to attend postsecondary school at University of Northern B.C, girl flounders around dabbling in various disciplines, girl watches America’s Next Top Model and it opens her eyes to a career she never dreamed was possible.

A little about me

ncoyne3Norm Coyne has been active in local arts, entertainment and promotions for 15 years. He developed the Scene PG to provide local artists and musicians with exposure as well as connect a broader audience to the events and talent Prince George has to offer.


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