Friday Night Mics with Ivan & Wyn at Cafe Voltaire stage tonight at 8 p.m. They are great local folk musicians becoming well known for their nice harmonies and lovely tunes. As always, Friday Night Mics are free of charge.
Northern B.C. author DebiLyn Smith will have a book signing at Books & Co., 1685 Third Ave., at 10 a.m. today, featuring two books, Running from Cancer, and her mystery book Not Just One.
Hart Community Centre, 4900 West Austin Rd., presents CountryFest, another Raise the Roof Fundraiser Saturday, doors at 7:30, band at 9 p.m., featuring Rick Stavely and DJ Chump. The proceeds will go to the debt incurred by the non-profit society replacing the roof on the community centre. Tickets are at the community centre for $25 each, 19 and over are welcome. ID required, security on site.
Family Movie Saturdays at the main branch of the public library, 887 Dominion Street, at 1 p.m. featuring Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of GaHoole on Oct. 5, Fantastic Mr. Fox on Nov. 2, Horton Hears a Who on Dec. 7. Bring the kids to the Public Library and settle in for a free, family-friendly afternoon movie. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis so arrive early and dont forget to bring your own snacks.
Dora the Explorer LIVE at the CN Centre Sunday at 1 p.m. Everyones favourite explorer and all her best amigos are coming to Prince George. Tickets at all Ticketmaster outlets.
Doc Cinema - Films to change your world, come to the public library, 887 Dominion Street, for Jane's Journey on Sunday, October 6, Friday, November 1 for Babies and What Would Jesus Buy? on Sunday, December 8 from 2 to 4 p.m. This is an eye-opening documentary film series hosted on the first Sunday of the month, featuring breathtaking films about life, morals, the environment and poignant stories of human kindness.
The Forever Young Chorus from the Elder Citizens Recreation Centre will perform The Romance of the Rail at the Hixon Community Hall Sunday at 2 p.m. This is a musical tribute to the age of steam locomotion. Tickets $10 per person, children five to 12 years old $5. Call Bill or Donna Bosnich at 250-963-9475 for tickets. There is limited seating so call early to avoid disappointment.
The Bank of Gratitude Art Exhibit, Talk and Community Water Celebration takes place Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. and the exhibit continues until Oct. 10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. except for Oct. 5, at the Exploration Place, 333 Becott Place. This is a public celebration about gratitude to water hosted by performance artist and sound healer Danielea Castell.
Five college kids go to a remote cabin in the woods - the perfect set up for a screamfest. That's Evil Dead: The Musical, right in time for Halloween Oct. 23 to Nov. 2 at the Prince George Playhouse. Ask about the Splatter Zone and group pricing as tickets are available at Studio 2880, 2820-15th Ave., or call 250-563-2880.
Two Rivers Gallery is hosting an exhibit called Chosen: Work from Two Rivers Gallery Permanent Collection that will be showcased from Oct. 11 to Jan. 5. Artist Will Gill gives an artist talk Thursday, Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. with reception at 8:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the public. People were asked to cast their vote for their favourite pieces to go into the Chosen collection and this show represents both a perspective on the
work housed in the gallerys permanent collection as well as what the people of Prince
George chose to see featured in this exhibition.
Menagerie, a Night to Let It Out! goes at Two Rivers Gallery Saturday, Oct. 26, with a dance, cash bar, performers, games and a silent auction, as well as a trip for four for best costume prize and a draw for a trip for two to any scheduled Westjet destination. For more information call 250-614-7800 or visit www.tworiversgallery.ca.