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Cirque du Soleil is coming to PRINCE GEORGE with a brand-new arena creation. Cirque du Soleil’s CRYSTAL, explores the artistic limits of ice for the first time in the company’s 33-year history. This unique production pushes boundaries of performance by combining stunning skating and acrobatic feats that defy the imagination. CRYSTAL will perform at the CN CENTRE for 7 performances only, APRIL 25 to 29, 2018.
Tickets start at $35 for adults, $28 for children.
Wednesday, April 25: 7:30pm
Thursday, April 26: 7:30pm
Friday, April 27: 7:30pm
Saturday, April 28: 4:00pm and 7:30pm
Sunday, April 29: 1:30pm and 5:00pm
SacredSoulDance: Conscious Dance
is an event for every body with awesome music of all genres to inspire you to get you out of your mind into your body.
This dance is best suited for adults. No previous dance training required, just a willingness to move and explore your authentic movement.
Sacredsouldance intends to facilitate free conscious movements with rhythmic music in a safe, shoe- and drug free space. It offers a space for the joy of movement and potential physical and mental rebalancing and reconnecting ourselves on different levels.
Dance as one traditional human form of meditation, ceremony and ritual can contribute to a shift in consciousness. Surrender to the music and our movements, our hearts and spirit guides us.
We start at 6 pm, but need some time before for intro and organization if you come the first time.
Drug and shoe free dance. Bring water bottle, comfy clothes, prepare to sweat!
Conscious dance, health promotion, wave, rhythm, joy of movement, stress relief, exercise, rebalance, reconnect, body mind spirit, community , embodied authenticity, stress relieve, inner healer, exercise, creative playfulness of movement
Suggested Donation 10 -15 $
This 4 session class will begin with mugs and then move onto teaching more hand built clay pieces. Come and learn the joy of making some pottery without the challenge of the wheel. $147 plus tax includes all materials. Register online at carlsonpottery.com/classes.
Tuesday-Saturday performances begin at 8pm. Matinees on Saturday and Sunday begin at 2pm.
After losing their free-spirited mother in a freak accident involving a large drag queen named Pina Colada, brothers Kyle and Hamilton Best have to find a way to work together to make the final arrangements. Polar opposites, Hamilton and Kyle are hampered by past resentments and the age-old sibling-rivalry question “Who did Mom love best?”
In this 2012 hysterical comedy by famed Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor (whose play How it Works was one of TNW’s best attended shows!) two brothers reunite to gain a better understanding regarding their relationship with her, each other, and the family dog. A play for anyone who has had a mother, brother, or dog!
Every Friday evening from 7pm-9pm in our Bistro we highlight a live performer. Our intimate venue provides the perfect place for exclusively acoustic music that showcases PG's talent. Stay tuned on our Social Media for weekly announces of who will be taking the stage!
Take the influences of 1920s and 1930s Delta blues, play it through amps and recording technologies of the 1950s, and filter it through the musical sensibilities of a child of the grunge-era 90s, and you have The 6L6s.
After years honing in on the most primal guitar sounds he could find, singer and guitarist Mike Watson began seeking out new sounds during the last few years of the King Eddy’s life. He began to dig up old records of blues men, hill people, hollers, and prewar gospel.
Backed by ta rhythm section built with bricks, the fluid interplay of 1930’s music mixed with modern ideas and rock and roll is enthralling to listen to, and even better to experience live.
Join a friend, pal or BFF to learn the basics of throwing a clay pot on the wheel. We provide all the materials and instruction. You choose your best piece and we will finish it. Cost is $99 for two people. Register and pay online at carlsonpottery.com/classes.
Rogers 'n' La Pointe present their band "Barbed Wire" at the Legion. Their first concert since the Harvest Fest last September, the night will be filled with classic rock, country, folk, and blues tunes, as well as original music ! Be sure to bring your dancing shoes.
$10.00 cover charge at the door.
Vanessa hit the Northern B.C. music scene after winning the 2015 Limelight Quest competition and hasn't looked back since. With a smooth tone that recalls classic folk, her music combines modern and classic country for an alternative take on old favourites alongside her own work.
Volunteers are a 4 piece "cosmic mange" group from the Okanagan Valley lead by singer-songwriter Liam McIvor. Their sound is reminiscent of Crazy Horse, the Magnolia Electric Co. and the Sadies. Classic Americana with a loose, spooky vibe, doused in tremolo and reverb.
4 piece revival swamp rock in the vein of Neil Young, Father John Misty, John Prine. Upbeat original country blues rock and roll tunes original tunes with occasional authentically delivered covers.
Invoking the masters of old time, country, blues, and ragtime, Big Fancy roams the land, a true troubadour moonshiner with a sharp wit and love-lorn voice who’ll break your heart like an echo from a hidden treasure of a record collection.
Rent a table for $10 and come and sell your new or old gear, parts, and supplies. This event is open to ALL riders. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE SPCA
The Rated PG Northstars are headed to Hilo, Hawaii for the Big Island Brawl tournament! This is a huge derby tournament and boasts some formidable opponents. Come support the team by joining us for a tropical themed pub night to raise money for travel costs at the BX Pub on Saturday April 28, 2018.
Wear your best Hawaiian shirt or dress. There will be prizes for "best dressed", lots of games, and great music!
Admission is $10 at the door. Be sure to bring some extra coins for some games and maybe some sweet Rated PG Roller Derby merch! Can't wait to see you there!
Local Artisans, Food Growers, Specialty Items, Great Gift Ideas...
Items include (just to name a few) Organic Produce & Meats, Clothing, Jewelry, Salsa, Bread and Baked Goodies, Jams & Jellies, Preserves, Leather Goods,, Kombucha,, Art, \Preserves, Soap, Pet Products, Soup Mixes, Knitted Items , Artisan Crackers, Wolies, Locally Roasted Coffee, Turmeric /Ginger Beverage Concentrates (from Elixir for Life) ... and so many more.
New vendors arriving all the time...
This market thrives in the summer but many people don't know that it is also year round (inside the green building at the end of 6th (behind the Keg). For more info contact our Market Manager.
Looking for something the whole family can enjoy! Come on out to the Prince George Dome and join our Public Skating every Saturday and Sunday. Roller-skating, inline skating, heelies, and strollers are all welcome. It is great way to incorporate exercise and family time into your weekend. It's great for all ages and everyone leaves with a smile on their face.
Sicker Than Your Average Saturday is the perfect blend of awesome house DJs and 50+ beer options!
Happy Hour after 9pm
Double Long Island Iced Teas $6
Rotating Tallies $5
$6 & $10 Late Night Menu
After 9pm every night
Adapted Aquatic swims run on Sundays and are FREE for disabled visitors and their immediate family members.
The Adapted Aquatic program runs from 10:00am to 11:30am at the Four Seasons Leisure Pool, starting on the first Sunday after Labour Day in September and running to the last Sunday in June. Swimming opens to the public at 11:30am to 5:30pm on Sundays.
Our place, our community, our neighbourhoods.
FREE drop off bins at: Hart Hwy Plaza; 3rd & Watrous; 5th & Kiloren; Ospika & Andres; Park & Bunce; College Heights Secondary; Hudson Bay Wetland (East Side); Hart Weigh Scales; Blackburn Elementary
No LARGE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS or HAZARDOUS MATERIALS are accepted.
PITCH-IN contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-561-7327
The Caledonia Ramblers will be hosting a snowshoe to The Farm on Sunday April 29.
This trip is a change from the previously-scheduled destination for this date of the Powderhouse trail near Barkerville.
The Farm is rated strenuous with a distance of 15-20 kilometres and an elevation gain of 600 to 900 metres (2,000 to 3,000 feet). The actual snowshoe will take 6-8 hours.
Participants should bring a day backpack, sufficient water or perhaps something hot to drink, lunch and snacks, extra warm clothing and rain gear, gaiters, hiking poles and perhaps bear spray.
Meet at the city hall parking lot 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time of 6:30 a.m. The carpool fee is $10 and the trailhead is 117 kilometres northeast of Prince George.
For more information, contact Tennile at 250-961-9207 or Deb at 250-981-2238. You can also check the Caledonia Ramblers' website (www.caledoniaramblers.ca) or Facebook page for any last-minute changes.
This is an entirely hands-on class, making classic sourdough bread from start to finish!
INCLUDES: Large private kitchen with all required supplies, equipment, and ingredients to make dough in class; sourdough starter to take home; fresh-baked bread to enjoy in class; and an info booklet with recipes and instructions.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or looking to learn, this is the place to do it! The club is celebrating their 61st year as a square dance club and offers people the opportunity to learn a new hobby and meet new people.
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