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For children 0-5 yrs! An introduction to books, stories, songs and rhymes specifically for preschoolers.
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.
Visit with other needlecrafters while working on your latest project.
You Eat WE Donate (to the Canadian Cancer Society).
NO COVER CHARGE
Benjamin Dakota Rogers is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and composer. Using his captivating voice, guitar and explosive fiddle he is creating music that draws you in with stories and spoken-word poetry. Benjamin’s sound is hard-driving powerful folk with a contemporary edge. Benjamin has brought his love of music to audiences of all ages with his musicality and engaging performance. Accolades include two Canadian Folk Music Award nominations, three Hamilton music award nominations and winner of three international songwriting competitions.Benjamin is currently on tour promoting his album Whisky & Pine.
Bring your 10-12 year old to meet other Double Digits while enjoying different activities each week.
Learn how communication & leadership skills can take you to where you need to be! Toastmasters is a safe, friendly way to learn how to communicate at meetings, interviews, or in the community, and be a valued leader in any organization.
This is a free, guest friendly event with no commitment to join.
The World Day of Prayer Committee, made up of representatives from local Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Salvation Army members, invites you to attend this year’s World Day of Prayer Service – The World Day of Prayer is a worldwide movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together the first Friday of March to observe a common day of prayer each year – refreshments will be served following the service – Free – More info: 250-564-4511
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
1:00 - 3:00 PM
Arthritis affects people of all ages, including children. Join us to learn about a spectrum of arthritis-related issues that are affecting both your physical and mental health, and how you can navigate through the health services and access arthritis-related services. Topics will include symptoms, treatment options, and availability of healthcare providers for different types of arthritis among children and adults.
This event is available both online and in-person (space is very limited), and coincide with the Prince George Wellness North Expo 2017.
Dr. Lori Tucker , pediatric rheumatologist, Dr. Greg Marcotte, rheumatologist.
About the Symposium
Improve your knowledge of symptoms and treatment options for people with arthritis, especially children;
Improve your self-management skills to manage your arthritis symptoms;
Get a better understanding of the key healthcare providers who should be on your healthcare team;
Learn about the availability of community-based arthritis resources and healthcare options;
Socialize with others with similar condition(s)
Register: Please call The Arthritis Society at 1.866.414.7766 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This 1 hour free workshop usually held the first Sunday of the month is a safe environment where everyone is new! Over the course of this workshop you are given a brief background of yoga, taken through the foundational postures one at a time, and receive alignment cues, emphasizing what is most important. This is a great opportunity for students to experience what a yoga class is like and experience some of the benefits of a yoga practice. FREE
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