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BC Old Time Fiddler's Dance
Saturday January 18, 2020  |  8:00 PM - 12:00 AM
PG Elks Community Hall, 663 Douglas Street

Toe-tapping live music to swing your partner to! A chance to do the old-time dances like polka, waltz, schottishe, barn dance, 7 step, two step. Entrance fee of $10 includes light lunch, prizes. Cash bar. Tickets available at Books & Co or at the Door. Children get in free.

Contact:  (250) 563-1025  |  beth.bressette@telus.net  |  Visit Website
Gin Blossam : A speakeasy
Saturday January 18, 2020  |  8:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Theatre Northwest , #36- 556 North Nechako Road

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern BC and Theatre NorthWest, with the help of a host of guest bar tenders, are teaming up to bring you a gin cocktail competition!

Each guest bar tender will create a signature gin based drink, which will be in a people’s choice competition. It is with great pleasure that we work with our Guest Bar Tenders to raise money for these two important Prince George institutions. Bar tenders are Tyson Witala, Haylee Seiter, Connor Hutchinson, Wayne Carrasco, and Camille MacDonald.

At the end of the evening BBBS and TNW will make a $500 donation to the registered charity of the winning bar tender’s choice. The second place winner will get a $200 donation to the registered charity of their choice in Prince George.

The event is 1920’s themed, and guests are encouraged to dress up. The event will be Saturday January 18th 2020 at Theatre NorthWest

Gin Blossom: A Speakeasy
Saturday January 18, 2020  |  8:00 PM
Theatre NorthWest, 556 N Nechako Rd #36

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern BC and Theatre NorthWest, with the help of a host of guest bar tenders, are teaming up to bring you a gin cocktail competition!

Each guest bar tender will create a signature gin based drink, which will be in a people’s choice competition. It is with great pleasure that we work with our Gust Bar Tenders to raise money for these two important Prince George institutions. Bar tenders are Tyson Witala, Haylee Seiter, Connor Hutchinson, Wayne Carrasco, and Camille MacDonald.

At the end of the evening BBBS and TNW will make a $500 donation to the registered charity of the winning bar tender’s choice. The second place winner will get a $200 donation to the registered charity of their choice in Prince George.

The event is 1920’s themed, and guests are encouraged to dress up. The event will be Saturday January 18th 2020 at Theatre NorthWest. Doors open at 8pm.

Get tickets at https://tickets.theatrenorthwest.com/TheatreManager/1/tmEvent/tmEvent139.html!

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Songs, Stories and Serenades
Saturday January 18, 2020  |  7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Vanier Hall, 2901 Griffiths Ave.

The title says it all! Richard Strauss’ Serenade for Winds, Anatol Liadov’s Eight Russian Folk Songs, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet and Launy Grondahl’s Trombone Concerto featuring Brian Wendel, Principal Trombonist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

Brian Wendel joined the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra as Principal Trombone in 2017, at age twenty-one. Winner of two International Trombone Association competitions (2014 and 2016), Brian has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, and the New York Philharmonic Brass Ensemble.

Contact:  (250) 562-0800  |  gm@pgso.com  |  Visit Website
Alban Classical New Horizons Adult Band
Monday January 20 - Monday June 29, 2020  |  5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
First Baptist Church, 483 Gillett St
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Alban Classical New Horizons Adult Band
Meets every Monday night from 5 pm to 7:30 pm at First Baptist Church
See www.albanclassical.org for details and costs.

Contact:  250-563-4693  |  admin@albanclassical.org  |  Visit Website
Intro to Dungeons & Dragons for 10-18 yrs.
Thursday January 23 - Thursday May 14, 2020  |  4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Bob Harkins Branch, Prince George Public Library, 888 Canada Games Way
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During weekly every-changing campaigns, adventurers will learn the basics of D&D. Each week will feature a new mini-campaign. Materials provided. For 10-18 yrs. Free drop in.

Contact:  2505639251  |  ask@pgpl.ca  |  Visit Website
Coldsnap 2020 - Kick Up Yer Heels!
Friday January 24, 2020  |  7:30 AM - 11:30 PM
Ramada Hotel, 444 George Street

A bluegrass-style dance party at the Ramada Ballroom featuring Big Fancy from BC, The Eliza Doyle Band from Saskatchewan and Foghorn Stringband from Oregon. These bands promise to provide a full blast, boot-stompin' hoe-down!

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Julie Slade & Eric Tompkins Live @ Oakroom Grill
Friday January 24, 2020  |  7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
104 1023 Central Str West

Beautiful jazz and blues songs with powerful vocals by Julie Slade and smooth guitar workings of Eric Tompkins.

Contact:  2502771882  |  oakroomgrill@hotmail.com
Kiwanis Alefest 2020
Friday January 24, 2020  |  6:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Two Rivers Gallery, 725 canada games way

Kiwanis AleFest is the great Northern BC craft beer festival, held annually on the last weekend of January. The festival features two Brewmaster’s Dinners, three tasting sessions and an all weekend Cask Beer Experience. Started in 2015, the event has had tremendous support from the community and has grown steadily each year. Hosted in the heart of the city, all events occur in downtown Prince George. The Brewmaster's Dinner occur at two downtown hotels, the cask beer experience at select downtown establishments, and the tasting sessions are held at the Two Rivers Gallery.


Join us for another exciting year as we look to raise money to support kids and families within our community!

Hip-Hop Happenin'
Saturday January 25, 2020  |  7:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Ramada Hotel, 444 George Street

Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Kimmortal, and Rebecca Andrea & Rich Mac

The Ramada Ballroom will be rockin' with the sounds of hip-hop sensations Kimmortal from Vancouver, Snotty Nose Rez Kids from Kitimaat Village and Rebecca Andrea & Rich Mac from Williams Lake. These musicians are masters of using music to discuss themes of race, gender, identity and community building with unparalleled energy that leave audiences dancing and sweating!

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Hiphop at Omineca: Kimmortal
Saturday January 25, 2020  |  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Omineca Arts Centre, 369 Victoria Street

Omineca Arts Centre is pleased to host a lively hiphop workshop with Vancouver artist Kimmortal. Known for their animated delivery and spirited lyrics, Kimmortal strives to make an impact with their live performances. Their flow, storytelling, animations, point of view and their unmistakable voice will make this up close and personal presentation one to remember.

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Lavender Dreams Art Day Retreat
Saturday January 25, 2020  |  10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Watts Art Academy, 1666 Ogilvie St

Saturday | January 25th | 10am-1pm | $75

Relax and feel the soothing calm with this Lavender inspired day retreat. Spend the morning painting with Christina Watts, have a nice lunch and tea then create an aromatherapy infused bracelet in the afternoon with Kate Roxburgh.

Learn how to watercolour paint glowing lavender fields and lavender sprigs using the highest quality Daniel Smith watercolors.

Enjoy a special light lunch with fruit, salad, soup and sandwiches, and lavender lemon bars. Specialty teas and coffee available throughout the retreat.

Create your own lava diffuser bracelet using stones and beads. Add some calming lavender oil and you’ll have a perfect aromatherapy bracelet.

Lavender is such a popular essential oil. The distilled oils from the Lavandula Angustifolia plant promote relaxation and is believed to aid with anxiety among other great benefits.

Contact:  250-564-5083  |  wattsartacademy@gmail.com  |  Visit Website
Robbie Burns Night Dinner
Saturday January 25, 2020  |  6:30 PM - 11:30 PM
The Exploration Place, 333 Becott Pl

This, our third Annual Robbie Burns Night promises a new take on entertainment that will have you laughing, toasting, and up and dancing to fiddle and drum. It promises to be a memorable evening.

Contact:  (250) 562-0800  |  gm@pgso.com  |  Visit Website
Songs and Stories around the firepit: Eliza Doyle
Saturday January 25, 2020  |  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Firepit, 1120 3rd avenue

Positive Living North is pleased to once again invite one and all to The Firepit Cultural Drop-In Centre to enjoy a gathering with the Eliza Doyle Band. A communal fire has traditionally brought people together for songs and story telling which build communication and understanding among all people in our community.

Tapestry Singers Silent Auction & Dinner
Saturday January 25, 2020  |  5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Hart Community Centre, 4900 Austin Road, W

Please join Tapestry Singers' annual Silent Auction and Dinner night.

- Numerous silent auction items
- Door prizes
- Special raffle baskets
- Delicious dinner
- 3 sets of music performed by Tapestry Singers Seniors

Tickets: $50

All proceeds go towards Tapestry Singers Senior's trip to Whistler to participate in Con Brio Whistler Music Festival in Aptil, 2020.

Contact:  2509648184  |  carolynduerksen@hotmail.com  |  Visit Website
Alban Classical Presents A Sunday Afternoon Concert
Sunday January 26, 2020  |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Trinity United, 3555 5th Avenue

Alban Classical Presents A Sunday Afternoon Concert

Sunday January 26, 2020 at 3 p.m.
at Trinity United Church
3555 5th Avenue
Admission $20
www.albanclassical.org

Simon Cole - Clarinet
Grace Waddell - Clarinet
Erica Skowron - Oboe
Terry Yeh - Piano

Bach Sinfonia from BWV 249
Mendelssohn Concert Piece No. 2
Telemann Fantasia no. 1
Poulenc Oboe Sonata
Weber Clarinet Concerto no. 1
Bach Sinfonia from BWV 21

Contact:  250-563-4693  |  admin@albanclassical.org  |  Visit Website
Champions of Magic
Sunday January 26, 2020  |  6:00 PM - 8:15 PM
CN Centre, 2187 Ospika Blvd.

Direct from London's West End comes a simply spectacular show - Champions Of Magic - January 26 - at the CN Centre!

Tickets start at only $19.50 plus s/c's - available at TicketsNorth.ca.

Contact:  1-888-293-6613  |  Visit Website
Coldsnap for Kids
Sunday January 26, 2020  |  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
PG Playhouse, 2626 Recplace Drive

The Oot 'N Oots

"It’s like Flight of the Conchords meet Fred Penner - with an 11 year old powerhouse of a lead singer thrown in for extra sass." — Squamish Constellation Festival

The Oot 'N Oots are entertainers for the whole family, and create a feeling of community, joy, and understanding through their free-spirited art.

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Sound Temple PG with DCastell
Sunday January 26, 2020  |  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sound Home, 1846 Tamarack St.

2020 has been predicted to be the year that many of us come forward with our gifts and activate our visions.

Do you have something that is ready to birth?
Perhaps a community project, a business or a book?
Or maybe your dream is to resolve a family issue or help with a challenge in your community.

Whatever desire you hold in your heart is there for a reason. Trust it. Share it. Nurture it with sound, image and feeling.

Along with learning the Purification Mantra for the chakra's January's Sound Temple will include a special guided meditation and group ceremony to empower your vision for 2020 with love and group support.
No experience with meditation or singing is necessary for any Sound Temple workshops.
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Investment: $40
Pre-registration required
Location: Downtown PG, address given upon registration
PM or email/e-transfer to: danielea.castell@gmail.com
If you prefer to pay cash, message me for arrangements
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Please arrive a few minutes early to get settled and bring a closed Water bottle for drinking.
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Sound Temple is a sacred space where the power of Love, Voice and Vision are mobilized for self-empowerment and Earth harmony.

Practices include: Vocal Meditation (humming, toning and chanting), Sound Healing and Subtle Activism ( directing collective prayer and meditation towards social and planetary change).
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How does it work?

When our mind is focussed on our breath, the natural vibrations in our voice help our body relax, our feelings to flow and our spirit to align with the unified field of consciousness. In this state of wholeness we become a source and conduit for wholeness in the world.

Other common benefits of vocal meditation and sound healing include:
- feeling connected, happy and light
- reduction in physical pain, tension and stress
- a calm clear mind
- greater lung capacity and vocal confidence
- access to creative insights and visions

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ABOUT DCASTELL
Danielea is an eco-spiritual artist and musician recently moved to Prince George. Danielea creates music, tells stories and hosts nature interventions as an expression of her love and kinship with Mother Earth.

Danielea has been studying Interbeing communication, ethics and diplomacy with Elder Trees and Waters for the past 10 years. She has primary relationships with a salmon-bearing River in British Columbia, a 400 year old Wild Fig Tree in Capetown and a Shiva Mountain in southern India. Together they are committed to supporting Earth Harmony in local communities through deep listening and sharing.

As a musician and sound healer Danielea is trained in Yoga of the Voice and Music Shamanism from the Vox Mundi School of the Voice (2009). She was a Playback Theatre artist from 1990-2000 and has developed an empathic form of chanting she calls sound weaving that brings People, Nature and the Elements together into a communal heart space that transcends traditional species boundaries.

In her improvised sound journeys and performances Danielea uses voice, harmonium, sruti box, frame drum, Tibetan and crystal bowls, native american flute, koshis and sansula. Danielea founded the Water Gratitude Project in 2012 and released her first Water CD Thank You Water in 2017. She is preparing to record her 2nd CD of medicine melodies from Nature in 2020.

Contact:  2509818067  |  danielea.castell@gmail.com  |  Visit Website
Sunday Full Of Soul
Sunday January 26, 2020  |  7:30 PM - 11:30 PM
PG Playhouse, 2626 Recplace Drive

The Sojourners, Khari Wendell McClelland, and Nova Voce

This will be a magical evening of soaring voices. Nova Voce is fresh off a first place win at the 2019 National Music Festival, and both Khari Wendell McClelland and the Sojourners both draw deep inspiration from their African-American history to sing uplifting songs of joy and freedom and deliver rousing messages of social justice and civil rights.

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