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Two Rivers Gallery hosts its free Thursday all day at the gallery where three exhibition spaces have new displays each month. For more information call 250-614-7800. Jeremy Stewart and Erin Arding return to Caf Voltaire Friday at 8 p.m.

Two Rivers Gallery hosts its free Thursday all day at the gallery where three exhibition spaces have new displays each month. For more information call 250-614-7800.

Jeremy Stewart and Erin Arding return to Caf Voltaire Friday at 8 p.m. This will be an evening of music and poetry, and will serve as the launch for Jeremy's exciting new internet song subscription project Dreams in Black & White, an album to be released one song at a time for a year. Come connect yourself with the arts community at Books & Co., 1685 Third Avenue. As always, this event is free.

The Prince George Farmer's Market is open every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the corner of Third Avenue and George Street right in front of the Courthouse, and the indoor market is across the street. There are local vendors selling meat, produce, arts and crafts, jewelry and much more.

An installment of Cinema CNC Fall Film Series will be held Saturday at 7 and 9:30 p.m. The movie is called Jack Goes Boating. The story centres on Jack, a reggae-loving limo driver with dreams of landing a job with the transit authority. All movies are shown in Room 1-306. All tickets and passes are available at Books & Co., 1685 Third Avenue and the CNC bookstore. Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for students and the unemployed.

Northern Lights Festival Light Up Street Fair takes place Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the corner of Third and George Street. Free hot chocolate and cookies will be offered, kids games, hay rides down George Street and tons more fun activities. There's a rumour Santa will join the celebration.

For more information call Tourism PG at 250-562-3700.

Jack Boudreau, a B.C. history author, will debut and sign his new book Whitewater Devils at Books & Co., 1685 Third Avenue Saturday at 1 p.m. This book comes out just in time for Christmas and promises to be just as fantastic as its predecessors.

Theatre North West presents Ivor Johnson's Neighbours until Dec. 5, except Mondays. This play is set in a tiny town in Nova Scotia in the 1950s. The show is part Corner Gas, part Trailer Park Boys, part Beachcombers, and part Peyton Place. Ivor Johnson, the nicest guy ever, presides over his neighbourhood of lovable misfits and their endless adventures. Tickets are at Books & Co., 1685 Third Avenue.

Warm Up to Coldsnap Fall Concert Series performance by Delhi 2 Dublin plays at the Ramada Conference Centre with guest Out of Alba Tuesday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20, available at Books & Co, Studio 2880, and the UNBC Bookstore. For more information visit http://www.coldsnapfestival.com.

On The House is a local band that will perform at ArtSpace Saturday at 8 p.m. The band plays a mix of original music, and covers and classify themselves as folk music with world beat highlights. Tickets on sale at Books & Co., 1685 Third Avenue and at the door.

Quantum Popcorn presents Water, the Great Mystery Friday at 7 p.m. in UNBC's Weldwood Theatre. The organization invites people to bring along their own results from the experiment featured in the movie from Dr. Masaru Emoto. To participate and share results, visit hppt://tinyurl.com/quantumpopcorn and follow the instructions. Tickets $14 general and $12 student, available at Books & Co, Homework, Zen Garden, and limited numbers at the door. Free popcorn. For more information call 250-964-1138.