The Order of the Eastern Star cordially invites you to their annual Sweetheart Auction and Dessert Come and enjoy tea, coffee, fabulous desserts and a live auction! There will be many great auction items and a fun Valentines Day theme. Tickets: $5.00 (includes fancy desserts, tea and coffee) Sunday: February 14th, 2016 Time: 1:00 pm - 4 pm (doors open at 12 pm) Where: In the Masonic Hall banquet room at 480 Vancouver Street (4th and Vancouver St.) For tickets or more details please call Dianne at 250-564-8499 Tickets will also be available at the door Sponsored by Nechako Chapter #40 Order of the Eastern Star To support our charities
Join us for the Prince George premier of this stunning and inspiring documentary about BC's fracking industry. Filmmaker Damien Gillis will be at UNBC with us to discuss the film. With some of the world's largest fracking operations on his territory, a young indigenous leader and lawyer confronts the fractures within his community and himself as he struggles to reconcile traditional teachings with the law to protect the land. When: Wednesday, Jan 27 @ 7:00 pm Where: UNBC Weldwood Theatre - 7-238 Presented by PG PIRG. TICKETS: $11/$9 students - at the door or online: http://bit.ly/1W8inPa HOW TO GET HERE: ~ Bus: take bus #15 to UNBC. Trip planner: http://bctransit.com/prince-george/home ~ Parking: Remember your license plate number and pay inside the building at these locations: http://www.unbc.ca/parking/dispenser-fees-locations ~ The Weldwood Theatre (7-238) is located next to the book store, just past Tim Horton's. Map of campus: http://www.unbc.ca/sites/default/files/detailmap_2014.pdf This is an accessible event and everyone is welcome to attend.
The internationally renowned Culinary Team Canada will be coming to CNC on October 5th to try out their succulent creations on local food lovers before heading to Erfurt, Germany for the 2016 Culinary Olympics.
Like the porridge and the mattress in Goldilocks, the ArtsWells Festival is one of those things in life that is juuuuuust right. It's not too hyped, not too dull, not too quirky - it's the perfect fit for the village of Wells and the nearby museum hamlet of Barkerville.
Nearly 20 years ago, a small group of people created the very first Pride Parade in Northern British Columbia. This event met with visible resistance, and changed the face of the North and the direction of the LGBT community forever.