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PG ESporta, Northern Soul Sheepskin and Wool and Predator Paintball are holding a special Christmas event December 15th and 16th.
They will be holding an indoor garage sale, a BBQ, as well as giving away warm clothing.
This event is a fundraiser for a play-day at Predator Paintball.
CIRQUE MUSICA HOLIDAY presents Wonderland is a fun-filled concert experience for the whole family featuring the talented cast of Cirque Musica accompanied by holiday songs performed by a live symphony orchestra.
The audience will journey into a visual world of "Wonderland" with amazing acrobats, aerialists, hilarious hijinks and holiday cheer. The show blends the spellbinding grace and daredevil athleticism of today's greatest circus performers with the sensory majesty of a symphony orchestra performing the greatest holiday music of all time!
It is a holiday show not to be missed!
Prince George's beloved Christmas tradition: Handel's Messiah. You will want to burst into song during the Hallelujah chorus. The Prince George Cantata Singers, guest soloists, and the PGSO all combine to make this a concert you won't want to miss.
Conductor: Michael Hall
Prince George Cantata Singers join with the Prince George Symphony Orchestra as they present the very first choral piece they sang 50 YEARS AGO!
Prince George’s beloved Christmas tradition: Handel’s Messiah. You will want to burst into song during the Hallelujah chorus. The Prince George Cantata Singers, guest soloists and the PGSO all combine to make this a concert you won’t want to miss.
A Holiday Family Tradition! Judy Russell Presents: Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” adapted by Anna Russell. Last seen in Prince George in 2012 and 2014, A Christmas Carol tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a greedy businessman who thinks only of making money. For him, Christmas is, in his own words, a humbug. It has been seven years since his friend and partner, Jacob Marley, died and on Christmas Eve. Marley's ghost tells him he is to be visited during the night by three spirits: The Ghost of Christmas Past, The Ghost of Christmas Present and The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. When Scrooge awakens on Christmas morning he is a new man, intent on doing good and celebrating the season with all of those around him. Filled with Christmas music, dance and entertainment for the whole family, this Holiday Classic is not to be missed!
Show times vary each day, click here to see all times: https://tickets.centralinteriortickets.com/TheatreManager/1/online?event=0
The Prince George Farmers' Market is proud to have served the community of Prince George since 1995! You'll find fresh produce, local meats, artisan products and crafts, fresh food and more every week! Our vendors are proud to make, bake, or grow everything that they sell. Open year round at the corner of 3rd and Quebec including an outdoor Market from April- October. Check out the Market in the summer to hear live music, enjoy the weather, and support your local producers!
Winterfest Christmas Market is one of the last big craft fairs before Christmas! This year, we have; over 100 vendors from all over the Cariboo, the 'Newfie food truck' coming from Prince Rupert, raffle draws, a child minding area, a fundraiser raffle for Positive Living North, artists, bakers, crafters, home based businesses, items for pets, alternative health products, and the best of all - Free Admission.
The Caledonia Ramblers are hosting a snowshoe up to Viking Ridge, 80 kilometres east of the Prince George on Sunday, Dec. 16.
The trips is rated strenuous and will be a full day.
Participants should be equipped with the proper clothing and footwear as well as daypacks carrying food, drink and raingear. Ice grippers are also suggested.
Meet at the city hall parking lot 10 minutes before the 7 a.m. departure time. Carpool fee is $8.
For more information, go to caledoniaramblers.ca, the club's Facebook page or email email@example.com.
The PG Aquatic Centre is making a splash with its 20th anniversary celebrations on Sunday, December 16 from 1:30pm to 4:30pm:
• Join us for a free swim at the Aquatic Centre.
• Listen (and possibly dance) to music by DJ Ant.
• Play games and win prizes.
• Grab a balloon and eat cake.
Before you head to the Aquatic Centre, pick up an Active Living Guide and flip to page 27 to find an original colouring sheet from 1998. Colour the sheet and bring to the Aquatic Centre to celebrate 20 years.
Then join us for a free pool party on Sunday, December 16 from 1:30pm to 4:30pm.
The PG Aquatic Centre was established in 1998 and features a 50-metre pool, a wave pool, diving boards and tower, an on-site fitness centre and pro-shop, and a hot tub, sauna, and steam room. Learn more about the Aquatic Centre, including the facility and programs at http://princegeorge.ca/aquatics
Come out & join us for Scrabble Sundays, a relaxed gathering of logophiles & board game lovers from 1-3pm every Sunday.
We have the pleasure of introducing John Aitken as our Scrabble word master. John is an intermediate-level, one-time competitive player and former director of the Vancouver Scrabble Club who now plays solely for love of the game. His goal is to make players of all abilities feel welcome. 'Play often, play fair, have fun.'
Come join us for the family-friendly Ugly Christmas Sweater 5K! This is a Boogie with the Stars Fundraiser for the Prince George Hospice Society. The 5K will take place outside on the trail from Northern Sports Centre to University Heights subdivision & back.
Please register online at http://bit.ly/uglychristmas5k
You can pay on the day of the event.
Can't make it but still want to make a donation? You can do so right here: http://bit.ly/TeamDunkley
Café Chess is a relaxed gathering of chess enthusiasts to play, learn, and socialize. Join Zak and Martin along with other local chess fiends to improve your games & have fun!
Come celebrate the winter solstice/beginning of the holidays at Otway with a guided snowshoe under the full moon. There will be a variety of guided tours available, led by our amazing volunteers, to accommodate different ability levels. Sign up ahead of time for easy, intermediate, or difficult level routes.
Warm up by the fire at the gravel pit with s’mores and hot chocolate, Bailey’s will be available to those who need a little extra warming. Then finish the night in the lodge, enjoy a drink (or two! or three!) with friends. Hot soup and snacks will be served in the lodge for free. Beer, wine, and cider will also be available for $5 each.
The snowshoe will begin at 6:00 pm, arrive earlier to sign in, find your group leaders and put on your equipment. Rentals will be available on a first come first serve basis in the rental office.
All proceeds will go towards the school ski programs.
Must be 19+ to participate
Check in at 2:00 in the Welcome Center (log building in parking lot). At 2:30 we
will meet shortly in the gym to judge costumes and talk about safety when
January 1st, 2019 at 2:30
Entry Fee is $25.00 (anyone who raises more than $25.00 in pledges will have
this fee waived. Prize for top pledge raiser)
Free Polar Bear Dip T-shirts for first 40 Participants
Costumes are optional (but encouraged, prizes for best costume!)
Pledge forms and general information is available atwww.nesslakebiblecamp.com
Money raised from this event will go towards the camper sponsorship fund which
makes camp possible for families who would otherwise not be able to afford it.
This year out goal is to send all the kids from the Harwin Community!
Every kid deserves to go to camp and we have always strived to make camp
accessible for all. One way we do that is by paying for part of the fees for families
that are not financially in a place to afford to send their kids.
Pledges: Participants are encouraged to raise pledges. Cheques should be made
out to Ness Lake Bible Camp. Donations over $10 are tax deductible. The entry
fee is waived for anyone who raises $25 or more in pledges.
Last year’s Polar Bear Dip raised approximately $7800.
Spectators are encouraged and welcome. Hot chocolate and cinnamon buns for all!
Women's game starts at 6pm
Men's game starts at 8pm
The Snowed In Comedy Tour has now grown to become the biggest comedy tour in Canada, playing in 65 cities this year coast to coast. Four international comedians come together to create one amazing show with each bringing a unique and hilarious take, providing something for everyone.
Two shows will be available, starting at 7:00pm and 10:00pm.
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