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At Col Juicery, we are always looking for ways to improve. We believe it is important to be continuously educating ourselves to do the best we can, and when we know better, do better.
We want to continue to connect with our community and work together to take these steps, which is why we are excited to be hosting a series of Col-Laborative Movie Nights.
These evenings will take place on the third Thursday of every month, starting with Thursday Oct. 18. Each evening will feature a different documentary and will have experts from the areas in the documentary to host a Q&A after the movie.
The first film we have chosen to kick off this series is:
Wasted! The Story of Food Waste.
This documentary aims to change the way people buy, cook, recycle, and eat food. Through the the eyes of chef-heroes like the late Anthony Bourdain, Dan Barber, Mario Batali, Massimo Bottura, and Danny Bowien, audiences will see how the world’s most influential chefs make the most of every kind of food, transforming what most people consider scraps into incredible dishes that create a more secure food system.
With support from the Northern Sport Centre, this evening will be held in the Wolf Den Room at the Northern Sport Centre. Doors open at 6:00pm and the documentary will start at 6:15pm. After the film we will have a discussion session with experts from the local food industry and sustainability and resource management fields.
Our young patrons are amazingly gifted! We've put together a Variety Show to showcase library kids with extra talents. Everyone is welcome to join us to celebrate our Highland dancers, violinists, Ukrainian dancers, piano players, singers and more. Free drop in to view the show!
Vanessa hit the Northern B.C. music scene after winning the 2015 Limelight Quest competition and hasn't looked back since. With a smooth tone that recalls classic folk, her music combines modern and classic country for an alternative take on old favourites alongside her own work.
**No Cover Charge**
Do you absolutely love Halloween?
Are you stuck wanting peculiar trinkets but you're not sure where to look?
Well you're in for a real treat!
This years Halloween themed craft fair will be held at upstairs at Books and Company on Saturday, October 20th. From 2pm to 10pm in the evening these bewitching vendors will be set up, entry is free, children are welcome! There are sure to be ghoulish delights and spooky treasures to be found at this haunting event, something spooktacular for everyone!
This fun, FREE and inclusive run welcomes all runners out to the trails. Our leaders ensure you always have someone to run with and will take you on a great run!
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!
The Elks have purchased the Moose Hall at 663 Douglas. We are celebrating with a craft and Merchant Fall Fair from 10 am - 3 pm.
Over 20 Craft and Merchants with unique gifts. A 50/50 cash draw and the lunchroom is open all day with soup,sandwiches and many desserts.
Prayer Wind, a performance piece by José Delgado-Guevara
For 3 piano backs, viola and singing audience.
3 percussionists, with various kinds of mallets
Audience or part of an audience that is willing to sing
Volunteered Morse-coded prayers
As an earnest hope or wish, prayers carry intention. Though our words, loudly spoken or mentally whispered, may be taken away by the wind, it seems to me that an intention stays with us.
I believe we are responsible for this intention.
Prayer Wind is a performance piece that will combine the sounds of a viola, piano-backs, and singing.
Please share with me a word, a wish, or a whole prayer in Morse code; we will translate your code to rhythms to be played upon the piano backs. Feel free to email me your Morse coded words, or you can bring them in the day of the performance. firstname.lastname@example.org
This performance is free of charge
The son of an organist/choir director and 50s vinyl fan, Joe grew up in a large musical household in southern Ontario. Trading the family piano for an acoustic guitar, and Hamilton Mountain for the Rocky Mountains, he played in basement apartments and open mics before recording his first EP in Calgary 2004. Pausing to pursue a PhD in Vancouver and raise a family, Joe returned to music as frontman for The Mixtapes cover band in Kathmandu, Nepal (2014 - 2016).
In 2017 and 2018, Joe returned to songwriting and performing with the most excellent Ellen Braun ,Together as the duo Trundled the two released their eponymous EP in 2017 and have played concert halls, bars, stages, caves, mountain tops, and stairwells in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.
Joe’s songwriting blurs genres and is influenced by folk, Americana, Irish, and independent musical styles. He wraps words and melodies in a musical house framed by guitars and piano, and his solo shows mark a new chapter of audience captivation. Now a full-time resident of Prince George, Joe is playing solo shows and continues to tour with Trundled
Confirm your participation by contacting Liza at 250-563-6969 x304 or email@example.com no later than 5:00 pm on October 22nd .
Thank you for being interested in our ladies clothing sale!!
General Sale Information:
All items must be in “good as new” condition and purchased in the last 3 years by you. This is a consignment sale, proceeds are split 60% to you and 40% to TNW. If you bring a rack the proceeds will be 65% to you and 35%. Please let us know if you have a rack before you bring your clothes. You will be issued a cheque approximately a month after the sale. This is a new fundraiser for TNW. You create your own price tags and price items yourself.
1. Bring your items (priced and ready to go) to TNW October 25th between 6-7 pm.
2. Shirts, coats and dresses on hangers, pants and shorts will be on tables.
3. Clothes will be separated into small, medium, large, xlarge, 1x,2x and 3x.
4. Sign in and hand in a self addressed stamped envelope (so that we can mail you your cheque).
5. Set your items out in the appropriate area.
6. Return to TNW to pick up your unsold items on October 27th 1:30pm. All must be picked up by 2:30 pm. Items may be taken home or placed in donation bins. Please do not leave your items for us to deal with.
7. Sign out with us while picking your items up.
Volunteers: Our sale would not happen if it was not for the hard work and time put in by our volunteers. If you would like to volunteer, please let Liza know.
Please join us and a representative from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada- Prince George Centre- for an introduction to astronomy. Telescope purchase and use will be discussed and, weather permitting, telescopes will be available for stargazing.
Bring your little ones dressed in their PJs for stories, rhymes and songs before bedtime.
Bring your little ones to Bob Harkins Branch for half an hour of fun. Support their early literacy through stories, songs and rhymes.
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