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Pocket Theatre and Cinema CNC are pleased to present "Dearly Departed"

Pocket Theatre and Cinema CNC are pleased to present "Dearly Departed" by David Dean Bottrell and Jessie Jones. Bud Turpin may have been "mean and surly" in life, but his dysfunctional family tries hard to bury him with dignity. "Dearly Departed" is a play about the Deep South, about family, and about yam queens, philanderers, and incontinent preachers. Shows run nightly from Thursday, May 1st to Saturday May 3rd at 8pm and a Matinee Sunday May 4th at 2pm Performances at CNC Lecture Theatre Rm 1-306 Tickets are $15. and are available at Books & Company, VideoNexus and at the door. Directed by Dominic Maguire Produced by Allison Haley Join us on Facebook This show will be Prince George's entry in Theatre BC's Central Interior Zone Festival May 31, 2014 in Williams Lake

Prince George Ultimate Spring League


Thursday evenings from May 1 to July 31 at 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Spruceland School fields. Learn how to play Ultimate Frisbee, the world's fastest growing sport. Ultimate is non-contact, co-ed, and combines the athletic endurance of soccer with the aerial passing of football and the breakout action of basketball. Newcomers are welcome & will enjoy the emphasis on spirit and sportsmanship over competitive play. Cost is $90 & includes a day-long tournament & team T-Shirt. For more information visit:

Derek Joyce and Rosewood's Diary CD release concert


Local singer-songwriter Derek Joyce and Vanderhoof's Rosewood's Diary have been up to something. We are hoping both of those somethings will be a delight to your ears. Come and celebrate with us as we release our albums. Tickets can be found at Books and Co. for $10. Albums, of course, will be available for purchase on the night of. "Singer-songerwriter-soulsearcher Derek Joyce has been penning tunes to process life's trials and joys for years. His first full length album will be finished in the spring of 2014, to much shouts of joy and acclamation. Of the album he says, "These were songs written about going through hard times and finding hope, being hard on myself and finding grace, and the people I find hard to forget."' "Rosewood's Diary hails from the beautiful interior of BC, Canada. Their music reflects the sound of the local landscape- mixes of beauty, thoughtfulness and even at times sorrow. Their folk rock sounds are crafted together with the help of acoustic noises from the accordion to the ukulele (and if you listen close, you may hear the plunking of a banjo in the background). So feel free to pour yourself a coffee, sit back and enjoy the comfort this band will have for your ears and hopefully the heart."

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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