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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!
Come meet Frank the Tank, Delinda the Wolf, Casper the Friendly Bear and a host of other wildlife characters as one of Canada's premier professional wildlife photographers, John E. Marriott, presents the remarkable stories and photos behind his critically-acclaimed new book, Tall Tales, Long Lenses.
John is the photographer behind two of three BC Parks license plates and has been featured in National Geographic, Canadian Geographic, Reader's Digest and Ranger Rick. He's the star of the web series, EXPOSED with John E. Marriott, and is the wildlife photography columnist for Outdoor Photography Canada magazine.
This is an admission-by-donation event hosted by the Prince George Photographic Society.
***Seating is First-Come, First-Serve***
Doors open at 7:00 pm. Show starts at 7:30 pm.
A selection of John's books will be available for purchase.
Create fine metal jewelry from a clay-like substance! Learn the basics of this exciting medium and create a necklace pendant or button.
Join one of Canada's premier professional wildlife photographers, John E. Marriott, for a two-hour wildlife photography seminar focusing on making you a better wildlife photographer. John covers the backyard basics and delves into a variety of topics, including an in-depth, beginner-to-advanced overview of your optimal camera settings and techniques for a diverse range of wildlife photography encounters and situations. John will provide a run-down of his own gear and what he considers to be must-have equipment, he’ll provide a comprehensive look at how to capture action in wildlife photography, he’ll look at the ethics of photographing wildlife, and he will provide insight into how to make a career as a wildlife photographer.
Join John as he shares with you his experiences photographing polar bears, wolves and other wild predators, and reveals his favourite tips, techniques, and easy-to-access locations for getting incredible wildlife shots.
This event is open to the public. Registration is $30 for Prince George Photographic Society club members, $50 for non-members. Seating is limited, so contact Bob Steventon at email@example.com / 250-562-3717 to register and reserve your spot now.
In this presentation, FortisBC will walk through its evolving approach to collaborating with the City to help address community goals through innovation and energy conservation, and will highlight the community impacts of local projects including the Fortis Call Centre, and other new starts in the City.
Enjoy listening to Kodaly’s Intermezzo from the Harry Janos Suite, Gounod’s Petite Symphony, Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9.
Learn more about recreation activities, programming, and events in your community at the upcoming Spring Active Living Market on March 3 and 4 at the Pine Centre Mall: https://goo.gl/y7U4nW
Over 30 booths will attend to discuss how you can get active or involved in recreation programs this Spring and Summer. Some example activities you can receive information about or register for include the following:
• Yoga/ Fitness classes
• T-ball/ softball/ baseball
• Arts, and science
View a full listing of groups and clubs attending the Spring Market:https://goo.gl/UHkUE4
View event details: https://goo.gl/y7U4nW
Is your sports organization planning a two or more day tournament in the#CityofPG? Tourism Prince George and the City will be attending the Spring Market to provide information on the SportPG Hosting grant. Info:https://goo.gl/GmF4gx
When you visit the Market, pick up a free printed copy the 2018 Spring and Summer Active Living Guide – a great resource for information about recreation programs and events in Prince George.
Or, starting March 1, view the digital version of the Active Living Guide online: www.princegeorge.ca/recreation
Looking to host a booth at the Market? Find out how your organization can get involved here: https://goo.gl/UHkUE4
Join us at the winery for a wine and paint night. All supplies and instruction will be provided by the Two Rivers Gallery alongside a glass of our wine and light snacks from the Bistro. Limited space available so make sure to call the Wine Shop to book your space today! $50+tax (250) 564-1112
Johnny Reid with his Big Band, The Soul Providers and special appearance by the Grammy nominated, JUNO Award winning group Glass Tiger - Thursday, March 8!
Chart-topping, multi-platinum, award winning singer-songwriter Johnny Reid is embarking on the 2018 “Revival” National Tour. The JUNO and CCMA Award winning artist will headline multiple venues across the country in support of his soulful new album “Revival” available everywhere.
Immigrant and Multicultural Services society of Prince George invites you to to have a wonderful evening in a Gala Dinner and Dance to celebrate Women achievements.
Tickets are available at the IMSS (1270 Second Avenue, PG) or phone IMSS at 260.562.2900 (Rosemary) to reserve your tickets.
Event Venue: Columbus Community Centre
Join us in a inspirational night United in a Multicultural Diversity and have an amazing time.
Sip some wine while you relax and paint your own meditative mandala. Let your creative side take over!
Friday March 9, join us from 7-9pm for this "Uncork & Unwind" event! It costs $40 to register (includes materials and 1 glass of wine; additional wine can be purchased for $5/glass).
19+ event. Register online: http://tworiversgallery.ca/learn-create/adults/uncork-unwind/
Dr. Andrea Gorrell is an Associate Professor in the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at UNBC. Her research interests stem from structure/function studies on enzymatic reactions, focusing on the reactions which have function in archaeal organisms (single-celled microbes are prokaryotes, meaning they have no cell nucleus or any other membrane-bound organelles in their cells).
Dragons’ Den is calling on all aspiring entrepreneurs to present their business pitches for a chance to be featured next season on CBC. Beginning in Toronto on February 10, the audition tour will be open to the public, as producers hit the road visiting Canadian cities coast-to-coast in search of the country’s best business ideas in need of a Dragon investment.
The audition tour welcomes participants of all ages, with businesses at any stage of development. Hopeful entrepreneurs should prepare to pitch their concept to the Dragons’ Den producers in five minutes or less. If they show the producers they have what it takes to pitch in the Den, they could be invited to Toronto to face the Dragons.
While attendance at the audition tour is not mandatory, in order to better your chances on being selected to appear on the show, we encourage you to come out and audition!
Celebrate this mathematical constant 3.14 at 1:59pm (3.1459) by joining us to make your very own Pi bracelet! This activity is free with admission. Why pi? Because we love math! 1:59-3:30pm.
WHAT IS Pi?
- A mathematical constant
- The ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter
- Commonly approximated at 3.1459
- Represented by the Greek letter p
- It is an irrational number and cannot be expressed exactly as a fraction, and its decimal representation never ends!
- It is used often in trigonometry and geometry especially related to circle, ellipses and spheres
- It is also used in thermodynamics, mechanics, electromagnetism and cosmology
Kym Gouchie and Northern Sky will be performing at the Prince George Playhouse on March 16th, 2018. In coordination with Mad Loon Entertainment, 6ix Sigma Productions, and Russell A/V, this performance will be filmed and made into a live concert documentary film featuring 30-45 minutes of original music and exclusive interview content. Intended to be recorded in the same style as the legendary Live at Massey Hall series of recordings, this concert film will be a one of a kind project, not yet completed by any artist in Prince George.
Kym Gouchie’s band, Northern Sky, is comprised of Naomi Kavka, Danny Bell, Jeremy Pahl, Amy Blanding, and Corbin Spensley. This all-star lineup has been developing a sound with Kym that is both large and graceful. Five-part harmonies, strings, and thumping drums provide a beautiful soundscape behind Kym’s powerful voice and message.
The concert will also have the musical support of Juno-nominated recording artist Marcel Gagnon and esteemed local folk artist Saltwater Hank, rounding out the evening to include a full three sets of incredible music. A celebration of three local indigenous artists with nation-wide reach, this event is sure to bring the community together for an evening that won't soon be forgotten.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.
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