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The Prince George Fibre Arts Guild would like to invite you to CONFLUENCES - June 11th to 16th, 2019
2019 Association of Northwest Weavers’ Guilds Conference.
Not just for weavers! We have tried to cover as many of the fibre crafts as possible with workshops in spinning, weaving, dyeing, felting, knitting, Shibori, fibre preparation, design and more. We have 24 instructors offering 18 workshops and 76 seminars.
Early Bird Registration continues until April 15th with a great choice of 2 Day Pre-Conference Workshops and Conference tickets available.
Keynote Address and Fashion Show. Vendor Hall, Exhibits and Awards, Guild Booths, Author Signing, Tea Towel Exchange, Door Prizes, Fluff and Stuff, Spin-Ins, Knitting Circles and more.
Prince George Canoe & Kayak Club is a club for kids 7-19yrs to learn the fast-paced sport of Sprint Kayaking & Canoe.
Come down to Camp Hughes and try our Sprint Kayaks. (Free pre-registration from our Website Programs is recommended to ensure a spot)
We are hosting an Open House - come meet our Coaches & Team. Learn about our Day activities & Summer Camps.
We also have a Paddle-A-Thon to raise funds for a Sprint Canoe.
Sprint Canoe / Kayak is an Olympic sport and its also a sport in the BC Summer Games. Every 2 years the Prince George team sends athletes to the BC Summer Games. In 2022, our team will be competing locally as the Summer Games comes to Prince George.
To build community we are inclusive in drum ceremony as we use it to learn and promote Indigenous and Dakelh languages, knowledge, cultures and histories. Everyone is welcome to our Open Drum Circles on Sundays to participate, share, dance, learn or observe.
The Community Counselling Centre is hosting its first Block Party BBQ!
Come join us for good food, live performances by the South Pacific Dancers and Mike Vigano, raffles, arts and crafts, and more!
The Community Counselling Centre is a non-profit organization providing low barrier counselling to the citizens of Prince George and surrounding area since 2009, as well as serving as a training facility for UNBC Master of Education Counselling students.
See you there!
DATE: Tuesday, May 07, 2019 to June 25, 2019
TIME: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm PDT
WHERE: Spruceland Elementary Fields (Across from Rainbow Park)
TYPE OF EVENT Sports & Recreation
AGE RANGE Adults
EVENT FEE $65 (includes a jersey)
Ultimate Frisbee is a fast-paced sport played with a flying disc. Adults of all genders and all skill levels are welcome. An organized league will run for May and June with pick-up on the same night for July & August.
Hadi! Tansi kakeyow?
Community beading circle.. Learn by watching, asking and doing. This is not a class, but a place to bring beading projects and sit together to inspire, connect and learn from one another. Anyone with an interest is welcome.
Omineca Arts Centre is offering their space by donation for us to meet every Wednesday after drum circle, 7-10pm.
On June 21st, National Indigenous Peoples Day, festivities will take place in Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park from 11:00am to 4:00pm, showcasing cultural dances, food vendors, activities, and more.The evening performances will begin at 7:00pm at Canada Games Plaza.
Saltwater Hank, born in Prince Rupert, BC and a member of the Gitga’at community, and a well-known Tsimshian folk artist, will open the evening. Rivière Rouge, a high-energy traditional folk band that use the button accordion, the fiddle and the guitar in the Métis and Québécois style take the stage next. Tonye Aganaba Band, of Nigerian and Zimbabwean descent, will finish the evening by lending their dynamic and sultry voice to all ranges of styles and genres. Tonye’s style, like her gender, is fluid (or at the very least non-binary) - but can be described as Soul/Neo-Folk/R&B, the kind of singer/performer that turns heads wherever they go.
Goodsir Nature Park is celebrating their 30th anniversary!
You are invited to join the festivities on the June 21st weekend. Free refreshments on Friday June 21st at 7:30pm, and as always admission is by donation.
This annual event will provide free, high-caliber nightly entertainment in Canada Games Plaza to anchor a weekend festival that promotes cultural understanding, social connectedness, and community pride. The event will be held June 21-23, 2019, and will connect National Indigenous Peoples Day, IMSS’ Day of Cultures, and the Saint-Jean Baptiste Day. There will be daytime events in Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park for National Indigenous Peoples Day and all other events will take place in Canada Games Plaza.
The Prince George Folkfest Society (the organizers of Coldsnap) will provide entertainment spanning the three evenings and connecting the music to the cultural festivities.
We have award-winning Ribbers from across Canada coming. The event is free you just need to come down and enjoy the day.
The Ribbers and the vendors are happy to sell you the best Ribs in Canada! We will have a variety of events:
We will have details to come soon. If you love Ribs or want to volunteer let us know!
The proceeds will be used to help the Homeless in Prince George and other community projects.
Come celebrate the Summer Solstice with us Friday, June 21st.
Enjoy a cold beverage, delicious food, and a beautiful view while listening to local musicians accompanied by the sweet sounds of the Nechako River. Family friendly and free for everyone, just bring your lawn chair!
- Live music (Bands TBA).
- Beer, wine, and cocktails
- Food trucks: Col Juicery, White Goose Bistro, Frozen Paddle, and Smokey J's.
See you there!
Like Buti Yoga? Have you tried Hot Buti?? Here's your chance to!
Hot Buti is a Buti yoga class, but brought with less cardio and more yummy intuitive flow in a heated room. Full of deep static stretch and deep core activation. Packed with dynamic asana, balancing, binding and bursts of strength and conditioning. Lots of twists and lengthy heart openers will leave you feeling wrung out in the best way. The grounded shaking and jiggling will help your body unwind and release stored trauma and information.
Instructor - Robin MacDonald
Investment - $20
Location - Yoga PG
You’ll have the opportunity to try out:
• Wheelchair Racing
• Seated Throws
• Wheelchair Tennis
• Wheelchair Basketball
• Wheelchair Rugby
BBQ in support of United Way of Northern BC
$5 BURGER, CHIPS & POP
Bring your family and friends along for a FREE fun filled day of adapted sports and inclusive activities.
Come check out this unique event and discover new ways to play!
Paralympic athlete, Marni Abbott-Peter will be on hand to share her passion for adapted sports.
BC Wheelchair Basketball‘s Let’s Play program will have activities for younger children, along with local author Larry Fielding and his new X-tails colouring book, Explore Adaptive Sports from A to Z.
Visit all the sport stations and you’ll be entered to win prizes!
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A brain-teaser of an event for the entire family!
If you enjoy finding clues and solving puzzles, you’ll enjoy this self-led excursion. This inexpensive, fun-filled activity can be done as a family, a group of friends, or on your own!
Get your first clue and spend some time trying to crack the case by following clues, finding evidence, and cracking codes throughout the site – don’t worry, the staff will be on hand to help with hints and pointers.
Upon your arrival, make your way to the General Store to sign in and collect your first task. The event kicks off at 11:00 AM, and visitors are welcome to start at any point throughout the day until 3:30 PM.
Huble Homestead Historic Site is a 30 minute drive north of Prince George, BC. Leave the city behind, and make your way up Highway 97, before turning off on Mitchell Road to continue another 6 kilometers down a well-maintained dirt road.
Huble Homestead is dog friendly and open daily for guided tours and shopping in the General Store. Enjoy a picnic or purchase lunch from the BBQ as you relax in the fresh air. Admission is by donation, with a recommended amount of $10.00 per family.
This Day is for the club members, and community members. To come out and have some fun.
Paddlers please be ready for the race Starting at diamond wave at 2pm . The finish line is the "last rock"/jumping rock.
Bring your own meat for the Grill after!!
talk to "sausage party coordinator" for further grill detail.
Wilson Square Farmers Market - Prince George's community market.
Come join us every Saturday starting May 4th. Local vendors loaded with their produce, their meats and poultry, fiddleheads, mushrooms and other wild things. Lots of baking and crafts too. Everything under the sun. It's a great place to meet your old friends, make new friends, and just shop.
At Pine Centre on Westwood, every Saturday starting May 4th.
Come down to the Wilson Square Farmer's Market at Pine Centre Mall Saturday 8:30 to 2:00pm .
We are celebrating Father's Day
Live Music: Chris Cahill-singer, songwriter and guitarist
A BBQ draw for Fathers including steaks, smokies, bread and produce from our vendors
Breakfast combo including a bacon-sausage, egg and cheese baguette and French Press Coffee for a $7 donation to the food bank :)
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