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Xtreme Muzik Tour

Xtreme Muzik Tour

Sounds like a great party is coming to Prince George this fall. Xtreme Muzik Tour is coming to CN Centre September 25 starring Big $ Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Cowboy Troy and Two Foot Fred plus special guests.
Songwriters wanted, vocal talent not required

Songwriters wanted, vocal talent not required

To study the art of sonwriting may not come often but to win a scholarship to attend a writing workshop with pop-culture legend Dave Bidini is a rare bird indeed. The contest is open to emerging and professional songwriters who submit entries.

Caribou Joe And The Building Of The Grand Trunk Pacific

Episode 1: A Dangerous Occupation The construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway brought men, from all walks of life and funneled them into different 'End of Steel Camps' or 'Tent-Towns' along the mainline.

Arts Festival for school district students

More than 1,200 students will attend today's School District 57 third annual Arts Festival, best known as The Show running from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Civic Centre.

Baroque Bouquet - PGSO Review

Mother's Day 2011 was the inspiration behind Sunday afternoon's PGSO concert. Making the day especially festive, the audience was seated at table rounds dressed with crisp linens and scattered with rose petals.

Northern Stars concert

The honour to represent our region at the Provincial Performing Arts B.C. Festival is sought after by hundreds of young performers each year and those representing the city are a credit to the high quality of instruction they receive.
History Told Through a Family Lineage

History Told Through a Family Lineage

While much of the history of Poland, Russia and Germany is well known to most, some events after World War II remained hidden behind the Iron Curtain, but local author Edmund Arndt's new book will impart a little-known portion of European history thr

Best of Speech Arts and Drama showcased in Honours Performance

Six outstanding performances from the Prince George Speech Arts and Drama Festival have been chosen to compete in the provincial festival in Kamloops June 5 to 9, but, before they go, the winners will showcase their talent Saturday night at 7 p.m.

May Day Parade bringing fun back to downtown

Steeped in tradition, the 83rd Elks May Day Parade will be held Saturday beginning at 11 a.m. at the Coliseum downtown with the Legion Pipe Band leading off the event.
Silly and Sacred songs sung by Nove Voce

Silly and Sacred songs sung by Nove Voce

There's going to be a lot of fa-la-la-la-la during the Silly and Sacred Songs of Spring, the Nove Voce season-end concert, held Saturday at 8 p.m. at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church.
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