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Training to use MakerLab’s 3D printer. Learn the background of 3D printing, about current technologies and applications. Have a hands-on demo of the Gallery’s printer. Prerequisite for 3D printer use.
Fee: $50 (includes one month MakerLab membership – $30 value | 15 hours print time)
Dance North Ballroom & Social Dance
7:30 every Wed & Fri - drop-in fee $5
Anyone welcome to drop-in anytime
Judy Russell is thrilled to be bringing back Kander and Ebb’s Tony Award-winning musical CABARET to the Prince George Playhouse February 13, 2018 – February 24, 2018. Russell previously staged the production in 2001 at the Ramada and remounted due to overwhelming demand in 2002 at the Prince George Civic Centre. Proudly sponsored by Canadian Tire. Featured cast members in the 2018 Production will include Owen Selkirk as the Emcee. Selkirk is a former dancer with Ballet Kelowna and was last seen on the Prince George stage in The Producers in 2012 as ‘Leo Bloom’. Judy Russell Presents Alumni Shelby Meaney will play Sally Bowles, (previously Maria-The Sound of Music), and Catherine McCarthy as Fraulein Schneider. McCarthy played Sally Bowles in the 2002 Production. Additional cast includes: Franco Celli as Cliff, Gary Chappel as Herr Schultz, Adam Harasimiuk as Ernst and Sandra Clermont as Frau Kost. CABARET also features an amazing local dancing chorus and production crew. Musical Director Curtis Abriel, Band Leader Greg Prosser, Director/Choreographer Judy Russell. CABARET, takes audiences deep into the seedy nightlife of the Kit Kat Klub in Weimar, Germany on the eve of Hitler’s rise to power. Led by the enigmatic and dazzling Emcee, CABARET is an intoxicating theatrical experience, featuring well-known classics of the musical stage such as “Don’t Tell Mama,” “Maybe This Time,” and of course “Cabaret”. CABARET is a beloved and compelling piece of theatre and the winner of 8 Tony Awards and has characters that are not only complex and dark, but funny and delightful – all in all, deeply human.
Join Northern Lights Estate Winery every Friday in the bistro to enjoy live music. They have curated a rotating list of local artists to perform while you enjoy local wine and delicious food with a beautiful view.
This is the second annual history conference at UNBC, hosted by the Northern Historical Student Society. Our theme this year is "Discovery." There will be presentations from scholars, community members, and students from all over BC, with a focus on Northern British Columbia. This conference provides excellent networking opportunities and an exciting chance to learn about history and share what you love.
Our keynote this year is Mica Jorgenson from McMaster University.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This art with a twist show is an open interpretation, non juried exhibit where each art piece is up for silent auction bids! The event will run February 20-24th this year with a Saturday Night finale. Tickets for the finale grant you access to live music, a cash bar and the last chance to secure a finishing bid on your favourite piece(s) of original art.
70% of the art sale proceeds go directly back to support Northern BC artists.
Open Exhibit with preliminary bids: Tues Feb 20th-Sat Feb 24th 11am to 4pm.
Saturday Finale And bid close: 6pm-8:30pm. Final call is 8pm for bids and you can pay for and take home your winnings.
Find out more at ridgesideart.com
Tuesday-Saturday performances begin at 8pm. Matinees on Saturday and Sunday begin at 2:00pm.
One of theatre history’s greatest plays Hedda noir tells the story of a beautiful daughter of the late General Gabler, who returns from her honeymoon to confront the boredom and banality of married life in a world where her strength as a woman is not socially acceptable. When the re-appearance of an old flame of hers threatens her husband’s career prospects, Hedda, too proud to lose the only power she believes she can still wield, sets in motion a tragic series of events that builds to a climactic finish. In this new adaptation set in 1938 and with an exciting original design sourced from the Film Noir genre of that period this production of a playwright considered the greatest in history second to only to Shakespeare is a must see for any theatre goer.
Life can be hard. iRest can help.
iRest is a simple form of meditation designed for modern day living. Everyone needs a way to feel at ease when life gets challenging. iRest helps you tap into a place that is calm - even when life is not.
It is easy to learn, easy to do, and it can be done by anyone.
Some people use iRest to relax when life gets busy. Others use it to help heal from: serious trauma, stress, insomnia, depression, PTSD, chronic pain and chemical dependency.
Research shows iRest works. iRest meditation helps:
Decrease stress, anxiety, and depression
Improve sleep, Increase energy
Strengthen your resilience to deal with day-to-day life
The best way to understand iRest is to do it.
$50 - workshop limited to 20 people
For children 0-5 yrs! An introduction to books, stories, songs and rhymes specifically for preschoolers.
The Prince George Yellowhead Rotary Club is holding its 8th Annual "Taste of India — A Celebration of Cuisine, Culture & Community" cultural event, at the Prince George Civic Centre on Saturday, February 24, 2018. The Taste of India event is such an enormous success that, to date, it has raised over $375,000 for Rotary initiatives locally and internationally. To honour Yellowhead Rotary’s ongoing commitment to children and youth, locally and internationally, this year funds will go toward the following:
•Local projects, including renovations at the Elder Citizens Recreation Association, playground equipment for Big Brothers Big Sisters and a bike skills park for the Blackburn Community Association
•Ongoing International projects in Amreli, India and Mgutwa, Tanzania
All showcase entrants and their guests are invited to the reception in the Keith Gordon Room at the Bob Harkins Branch of the Prince George Public Library. Appetizers and refreshments will be provided.
The Kiwanis Club of Prince George will present prizes in five categories including: most original, best use of materials, people's choice, best overall, and social commentary.
The Teen Artists program is open to all youth in Prince George and the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George, ages 12-18. One submission per artist. Art supplies are available through the Community Arts Council for any participating youth artist who does not have access to supplies.
An introductory class on the design and manufacture of traditional archery equipment. Instructor Theo Ploias will teach you how to build your own longbow, from the design stages to the finished product.
Alban Classical presents a Sunday Afternoon Concert featuring Erica Skowron - oboe, Simon Cole - clarinet and Terry Yeh piano performing works by Debussy, Mozart, Bizet, Chausson, Destenay and Confrey.
February 25, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
Trinity United Church
(Formerly St. Andrew’s United) 3555 5th Avenue
Tea and Cookie Reception to Follow
Children get in free if accompanied by an adult www.albanclassical.org
For more information call 250-563-4693
Sacred Sound Artist and Ceremonialist Danielea Castell has recently returned to Canada from China and the United Nations in Geneva Switzerland where she was leading Water ceremonies and workshops as an Emissary for Water.
"I am deeply humbled and excited to be able to offer Sacred Sound Journeys in partnership with Water now. Water has been my primary teacher for 6 years and when we consciously connect with Water as we will in the sound journey, we harmonize with the frequency of Love."
WATER WATER EVERYWHERE
Water is integrated in every aspect of our life: inside the 3 trillion cells in our bodies, pouring from the taps in our homes and the skies over our heads, and flowing and floating outside in Nature. Water has powerful healing qualities especially in the way it moves and can change form which can help us be more flexible and forgiving.
In this Sound Journey with Danielea, you can call on the healing powers of Water to:
- Deepen your soul connection with Water
- Call in the healing qualities of Rivers, Lakes and Streams
- Allow the current of sacred sound and Water to take you into deeper connection with yourself and Nature
We will have an opening circle where we honour the Waters of our world and the Waters you have brought. After the sound journey we share some quiet time together and tea.
***Please arrive by 6:15 so you can settle in.
WHAT TO BRING:
For Personal Needs
- closed Water bottle for drinking
- yoga mat, blanket and pillow for your head if you like
For Water Ceremony
- a glass mason jar of Water gathered from your local tap or a local Water source, preferably large wide-mouthed mason jar, 2/3 full, *Please offer a gratitude in exchange.
DETAILS / REGISTRATION
Investment: $40 per person or “Bring a Friend” and save $5 each - 2/$70
Register/Info- Rachelle Diachuk, Sunset Studio 250- 981-1159
Danielea's Thank You Water CD will be available for sale at a special discount for participants. $15
STREAM the Album at: www.danieleacastell.bandcamp.com
More about Danielea's Sound Journeys at:
Danielea’s Water work: waterharmony.org
"It is a profound connection to the earth that allows Danielea to create such magic. She can feel and hear the rivers and the trees. I have never known anyone quite like her, she is a gift and a treasure." Doug Koyama, improv vocalist
"Danielea Castell's debut album, Thank You Water is medicine for all of us, uniting us with water through messages of love, peace and harmony." Kym Gouchie, singer/songwriter
Visit with other needlecrafters while working on your latest project.
Bring your favourite Pokemon deck to Wonderland every Sunday between 1:00 and 4:00 and play for cool promos!
All ages are welcome!
Are you new to Pokemon, or just starting out? This event is also the perfect opportunity to learn how to play the game!
BIG WRECK ANNOUNCES IN LOVING MEMORY OF 20TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR AND NEW SINGLE “DIGGING IN”
multi-platinum selling Canadian rockers Big Wreck announced the release of the band’s third single “Digging In”, from their successful fifth studio album Grace Street (ole label group / Anthem). The band is also hitting the road to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of their debut album, In Loving Memory Of, which garnered the band’s first three Top 10 singles, "The Oaf", "That Song" and "Blown Wide Open" and earned a double platinum certification. The 35-date North American tour will see Big Wreck playing In Loving Memory Of in its entirety in addition to fan favourites from their vast catalogue of music
Tickets available friday Nov 3 at 10am for fanclub/ radio Pre-sale is Nov 7, and general on sale is Nov 8! Grab one before they are sold out atwww.ticketsnorth.ca or charge by phone at 1-888-293-6613 or head over to the CN Centre Box office!
Bring your 10-12 year old to meet other Double Digits while enjoying different activities each week.
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