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What better way to enjoy the fantastic spring weather than by checking out some great events! Here’s our event wrap up for the month of May in partnership with Move Up Prince George.
Northern FanCon (May 3-5): Northern FanCon returns for its fifth Anniversary! Go see the awesome selection of guests, vendors, artists, and cosplayers you have come to expect PLUS some special extras at the CN Centre. This year’s lineup includes the original Hulk, Lou Ferrigno, and Alan Tudyk from Star Wars and Firefly. To purchase tickets head to Ticketsnorth.ca.
Jack and the Bean (May 6-11): Presentation House Theatre is thrilled to present Linda A. Carson’s enthralling new spin on the much-loved children’s classic, Jack and the Beanstalk. This imaginative adaptation finds Jack surrounded by land that just won’t grow anything. Compelled to sell his beloved toys to feed his hungry family, Jack instead trades them for magic beans, from which a towering beanstalk grows. Jack climbs the beanstalk and is taken on an amazing journey filled with excitement and peril. Children, young and old, will delight in this simple, but highly engaging, environmental tale. For tickets click here: Theatre NorthWest.
West Coast Amusement – Prince George May Carnival (May 9-12): Based in British Columbia, West Coast Amusements is the largest Canadian midway operation in western Canada, and one of the few that remains family operated. This fun-filled carnival takes place at the Prince George Exhibition grounds, buy a wristband to access all the rides!
Rock of Ages (May 10): The mind-blowing, face melting, nothin’ but a good time, audience favorite Rock of Ages comes to the CN Centre in Prince George. This great show features the music of Styx, Poison, Twisted Sister, and Whitesnake among many others! This Tenth Anniversary production revisits the larger than life characters and exhilarating story that turned ROCK OF AGES into a global phenomenon! Tickets range from $29.50 to $89.50 depending on seats and are available at TicketsNorth.ca.
Prince George Bike Rave (May 11): That’s not a typo, it’s a Bike RAVE! Kaiten Mixed Martial Arts Academy and Atmosphere Entertainment, Visual Universe; are hosting this FREE community event. It’s designed as an opportunity to spend quality time with your family and friends. Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park is going to be lit up like you have never seen it before. Imagination and Creativity is the goal, so dress up with white or bright colours, find flashy things or lights for you and your bike. Show your style!
Mother’s Day (May 12): As always there are tons of great events happening in Prince George for Mother’s Day. Check out the events below for a few ideas on how you can celebrate with your mom!
88th Annual Prince George ELKS May Day Parade (May 18): The 88th Annual ELKS May Day Parade is BACK! Proudly organized by the Prince George ELKS Lodge 122 & the Prince George ELKS Community Hall. This family oriented, fun-filled parade gets underway at noon at the corner of 7th and Dominion Street.
Spring on the Homestead (May 19-20): Wave goodbye to winter and celebrate spring at Huble Homestead's two-day season opener! Watch or participate in heritage activities such as the May-pole dance, planting the garden, and making butter and ice cream. Reacquaint yourself with the historic site by taking a guided tour, and explore the buildings by taking part in a treasure hunt. Help them kick off celebrating 30 years of Huble Homestead, by checking out the launch of the new, year-long exhibit that talks about the opening of the park.
CrossRoads Street Festival (May 25): Come enjoy the free, family-friendly community events featuring displays, demos, clinics, and show and shines. There will be fun interactive activities to encourage kids and adults to discover and try different outdoor recreation opportunities. This portion of the day takes place from 10am until 3pm. The ticketed, evening event kicks off at 6pm and goes until midnight. Here you can experience fun, safe adult-oriented activities with fantastic live music, local craft beer, street food and interactive outdoor party games. For more information or to purchase tickets click here: CrossRoads
For more events happening in May, make sure to follow the City of Prince George and Tourism Prince George event calendars. And make sure to watch for monthly event guides throughout 2019 that will be posted to the Move Up Prince George and Tourism Prince George blogs the first Wednesday of every month! Have an event you want us to share? Email email@example.com
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