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Omineca Arts Centre and Metis artist, Lynette La Fontaine are hosting a weekly community beading circle every Wednesday after drumming circle, 7-10pm.
Bring your beading projects and let’s sit together to inspire, connect and learn from one another.
By donation. Everyone is welcome!
Come down to the year round Prince George Farmers Market where you can find a bit of everything on Saturdays 8:30am-2pm. Located in the old Bank of Montreal building at the corner of 3rd & Quebec (down from Northern Hardware) It's a Happening Place!
RUMMAGE SALE – open to everyone!
Saturday, April 27, 2019
9:30am – 1:30pm for everyone
AT: Connaught Youth Centre
1491 17th Avenue (17th & Victoria St.)
Clothes for all ages, shoes, toys, misc stuff for kids. NO carseats.
Some vendors will be there too.
Hosted by the Parents of Twins and Triplets
email PGPOTTA@hotmail.com if you'd like to sell or want more information. There's no deadline to be a seller.
"Open Drum Circles" on Sundays!
Art is Ceremony. Drumming is a sacred and powerful form of ceremony and an art in itself. Creativity goes beyond the pen an paper to sounds, actions and energy. As we work together to build a strong community, events like this can build lifelong relationships and connect creative people with other creative people, breaking barriers and making our PG arts and culture scene stronger every day.
Everyone is welcome!
No experience or equipment necessary.
Come check it out!
Hosted by the Khast'an Drummers in partnership with the Omineca Arts Centre and with support from the City of Prince George MyPG Community Grants.
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.
The IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s is the Alzheimer Society of B.C.'s flagship fundraiser and is a way British Columbians can celebrate and remember people in their lives who have been affected by dementia, while they raise valuable funds and awareness to create change.
Each year we honour a member of the local community who has been affected by dementia or who has valuably contributed to the lives of people living with the disease in Prince George. This year we honour Granville Johnson, a member of the community who has been affected by dementia. “As I interact with people, I tell them I have dementia, so I don’t have to pretend,” Granville says. “Hang onto the happy while sad. Stay in tune with yourself, feel the fear, anxiety and depression – then pump yourself full of positive energy.”
Get your family, friends and colleagues together and join us for an amazing day at the 2019 IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s.
Contact: Nicole Lupul and Mackenzie Kerr
Phone: 250-640-1917 | 250-301-9197
YMCA Healthy Kids Day is more than just a day; it’s a movement to inspire and involve kids and parents throughout Canada in fun, easy ways to develop a healthy, active lifestyle.
This year, thousands of kids and families will join us to discover how to live a healthier, more active lifestyle. Healthy Kids Day will host fun and healthy activities from many community partners, showing parents how to be healthier role models and kids how to be more active.
Join us in celebrating YMCA Healthy Kids Day, our national day dedicated to improving the health and well-being of kids each Spring. This is a FREE event for everyone in the community, with lots of activities for the entire family.
FREE Family Participation Community Event-> “Bike Rave”
Location -Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park
Saturday May 11nth 2019
Time – STARTS- 8:00pm-10:55pm
Kaiten Mixed Martial arts Academy and Atmosphere Entertainment are teaming up to bring you Prince George's first annual FREE Bike Rave community event! We are all about creating strong individuals, strong families and strong communities! Prepare for the 3-d projection mapping of the band-shell from Prince Georges own specialized company "Visual Universe" . We are very excited to light up the natural background with lighting effects and laser show that is jaw dropping.
This event is organized and sponsored by Kaiten Mixed Martial Arts Academy, Atmosphere Entertainment, Visual Universe, Jag Seerha Boxing Academy, Sasa Human Gait Bio-mechanics,
Why we created this FREE event. We have created a Northern BC evening experience for everyone ! At Kaiten MMA programs we are all about families. We have created an opportunity to create memories and a relationship with your child or your friends and family doing a positive fun activity enjoying our outdoor benefits of living in Prince George. We are demonstrating sober fun in our community with our goals of creating this event in demonstrating that you can forgo the use of alcohol and drugs during the ride while still having a fantastic safe and fun experience for the whole family. These events are very popular and showing up all over the world and now right here in Prince George this Saturday May 11nth 8-11pm
We will encourage a slow jaunt around the park moving between 2 stage areas with traffic moving clockwise. If one needs to go counter clockwise take a trail head clockwise adventure ride to your next location. The ride will be lit up special lighting effects and with 2 sound systems strong enough to support over hundreds of riders. In addition to the bright lights and heart-pumping music, we are proud to introduce Prince George’s 3-projection mapping team, “Visual Universe”. Their skills are what one can see on new stage design world wide. We can’t wait to light up the park into a magical universe bike ride adventure.
Express your creativity and style by wearing white or bright clothes and decorate you and your bike with lights and flashing shiny things, glow lights, paints and glow-sticks! The more time you put in to getting ready the more fun you get when you share your personal style.
We have teamed up with Atmosphere Entertainment and Visual Universe and we are going to make Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park seem like its never looked like before with laser and light show!! Imagine how hundreds of Prince George families with colourful flashing bikes all cruising around trails, zig zagging, stopping by for a dance with you and your family.
With Prince George pride we invite, the entire city to cruise with us Prince George to all meet up for a FREE community Bike rave at on Saturday May 11nth 2019 at 8:00pm-10:55pm
Music by local favorite DJ's:
3-D projection mapping and lighting design by “Visual Universe”
Dr. Paul Siakaluk was born and raised in Calgary, AB. He received his undergraduate and Masters degrees at the University of Calgary, and his PhD at the University of Alberta. He taught at the University of Southern Mississippi for two years prior to his arrival at UNBC in 2004. Dr. Siakaluk is a cognitive psychologist whose research interests during the past decade have focused on understanding how bodily experience contributes to the formation and retrieval of word meaning. One of Dr. Siakaluk’s intellectual interests is evolutionary psychology, and he has taught such a course at UNBC multiple times.
Since the re-emergence of evolutionary thinking in scientific psychology in the mid-1980s, various schools of evolutionary psychology have been advanced. In this talk I will present the core, foundational assumptions and theoretical considerations of the (original) school of evolutionary psychology developed by David Buss, John Tooby, Leda Cosmides, Margo Wilson, and Martin Daly. I will also present research findings in the areas of sexual jealousy and (if time allows) cheater detection as “case studies” in how an evolutionary perspective may, or may not, be useful in better understanding human psychology.
Doors open at 6:45pm
Lecture at 7pm
Q+A after the lecture
Cash beer and wine bar.
As always, this event is free thanks in part to generous support from the Prince George Community Foundation and the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George.
Event is in the atrium, galleries will be closed.
How does DNA translate into form and structure? Join us for a free workshop and learn how to decode DNA sequences into dinosaurs that would have existed millions of years ago. Follow up by making a replica fossil of one of your favourite extinct creatures.
Pre-registration is required on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/symbiosis-workshop-series-dinosaur-dna-tickets-60472714517
Please register as an 8-year old + child/adult duo or trio. Big people must be accompanied by small ones!
The 88th Annual ELKS May Day Parade is BACK!
Proudly organised by the Prince George ELKS Lodge 122 &
the Prince George ELKS Community Hall.
Parade participants will begin forming into position starting at
10:30 AM on Dominion Street (between The Rolling Mix Concrete Arena and 7th Avenue; the parade will commence at 12:00 PM sharp!
We will have prizes for the most creative float, as well as every parade participant will receive something special from the
P.G Elks Lodge! There is no entry fee for Parade Participants!
The public is welcome to find their perfect spot to enjoy the parade along our designated parade route.
If your organisation or business would like to submit a float for the 88th Annual May Day Parade pleases contact:
P.G Elks Lodge 122 President Jim Lovell
Please join us for an afternoon of FUN and EXCITEMENT!!
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