CANDO SOCIAL EVENT 16TH YEAR
Fun Event for People with Disabilities, family and friends
Dinner and Dance
Saturday May 25th 2013
TIME: DOORS OPEN AT 4 PM
DINNER AT 5:30 PM
FREE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
A $5.00 DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED, BUT WILL BE RETURNED
WHEN YOU ATTEND THE EVENT.
GENERAL $23.00, CHILDREN $ 14.00
Contact Handy Circle Resource Society for More Information or to be added to the list
This prophecy seminar is presented in a relaxed atmosphere as a community service to all people. We invite you to "come as you are" and enjoy this fascinating prophecy seminar. See you there! Registration is free.
Jam every Thursday night with the BC Old Time Fiddlers - bring an instrument or just come and listen. Cost $2. All ages welcome.
Registrations for Minor Boys Fastball are still being accepted. For boys 5-17 years of age.
Going to the Tough Mudder event in Whistler? Let this year be stress free so you can perform your best! Transportation packages now available! Travel in style with Pacific Western Transportation in their luxury coach departing Prince George Jun 21st to Whistler returning June 24th, all while enjoying the scenic views and the company of other Tough Mudders. Stay 3 nights at the beautiful Pinnacle hotel quietly nestled in the heart of the village. Shuttling to and from the events is available. Packages starting at just $175! Register by May 10th to get discounted rate. To book your spot or for more information call (250) 563- 6665
Kick-off summer with a fabulous evening of lobster and music from the Canadian east coast. All funds raised will go to Rainbows, an accredited grief support program for families experiencing death, divorce, or a painful transition here in Prince George.
In addition to great music and delicious lobster, this evening will feature a raffle and silent auction.
$40 per ticket. To purchase tickets, stop by Nancy O's on 3rd Ave or contact Ursula at email@example.com, 250.563.5584, or 250.613.5867.
Join us and enjoy for a good cause!
The Indo Canadian Seniors Society is hosting a seminar Saturday May 25th at 2:00 sharp.
Topics: Mental Health
Guest Speakers: Dr. Satish Mann &
Arti Jani (Psychiatrist)
Place: Sikh Temple 443 Kelly St. South
After the seminar refreshments and snacks will be served.
For more information contact Mr. Kirpal Minhas @ 250-964-4626 or Nachhtar Chaha @ 250-562-5710
SATURDAY MAY 25TH - 9:00am - 2:00pm
ANNUAL PARKING LOT SALE
ST. GILES’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1500 Edmonton St * Perennial Garden Plants * Baking *Books * Cookware * Furniture
* Sports Equipment
* Tools *Toys & MORE!!
Concession: Hot dogs, Burgers, Pop & Coffee
Are you between the ages of 9 and 19 and looking for something different this summer? Have you ever wanted to go rock-climbing (on real rock!), hike to a mountain peak, or swing through the trees?
Join youth from around BC this summer at Educo Adventure School! Educo is a school of adventure and a different kind of learning: learn about yourself, your peers, and leadership! And most importantly, experience fun at a whole new level!
The majority of our participants come from Prince George - check out what all the fuss is about at www.educo.ca.
Educo Adventure School is part of Educo Canada, a non-profit, charitable youth organization.
See you this summer!
Timbers Community Church is hosting a worship concert with Andy Park, the writer of well known songs In the Secret, The River is Here and many more. Andy will also be teaching a seminar on worship on May 24th and 25th, check out our website for more info: timbers.org .
Looking for some plants to make your gardens sparkle this year? Come down to the REAPS Compost Demonstrations Garden, 1950 Gorse Street (right beside Fort George Park), on Sunday May 26 from 10am to 2pm and take part in our Annual Plant Sale. There will be a wide assortment of plants to pick from, including trees, annuals and perennials. REAPS will also be accepting donations of plants and garden tools to sell at the plant sale. You can deliver them or we would be happy to come to your home and dig them up for you. We look forward to seeing you.
REAPS Annual Plant Sale will take place at the REAPS Compost Demonstration Garden (1950 Gorse Street) and will feature veggies, perennials, herbs, hanging baskets, vines, and shrubs.
Donations of plants and garden tools are accepted!
For more information about this event, please contact REAPS firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-561-7327
Cariboo Toastmasters meet Mondays 7:30-9:30 p.m.
(excluding Stat holidays)
jazz - 4pm - 5pm
acro- 5pm - 6pm
street hip hop 6pm - 7pm
only $10.00 a class
Monthly meeting of The Prince George Chapter of the Kidney Foundation. Renal Dietician Shelly Pallot and Dietectic Students will be putting on a Renal Cooking Demonstration on Sunday, May 30th in the 2nd Floor Diabetic Education Room at the hospital. Everyone Welcome. Contact Diane Duperron @ 250-962-7958 for more information.
Adults learn how to help prevent, recognize and react to child sexual abuse during this 3 hour workshop.
Prince George Disc Sports is proud to host our recreational Ultimate Frisbee League on Thursday evenings in spring. Games will be played at the Spruceland Traditional School fields. Learn how to play Ultimate Frisbee, the world's fastest growing sport. Ultimate is non-contact, co-ed, and combines the athletic endurance of soccer with the aerial passing of football and the breakout action of basketball. Newcomers are welcome and will enjoy the emphasis on spirit and sportsmanship over competitive play. Cost is only $60. Fee Includes a day-long tournament and a team T-Shirt.
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