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Celebrate winter with panache

The FrancoFun Festival offers a week-long celebration of winter with a number of activities for all ages beginning this weekend. Le Cercle des Canadiens Franais 26th annual event is on from Saturday through Feb.

Symphony ball will have Strauss sizzle

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra will celebrate their 40th anniversary with the Strauss Sizzle Symphony Ball Saturday night at the Civic Centre. "This is a celebration of a milestone," said Ruth Langner, general manager of the PGSO.
Enjoy French-style fun at winter festival

Enjoy French-style fun at winter festival

For the past 26 years, Le Cercle des Canadiens Francais, the Prince George French Canadian Association holds the week-long Francofun Winter Festival to celebrate French culture, music and traditions. From Jan. 29 to Feb.

Winter festival for those Snow-y Daze

Snowman building can be quite the challenge and the Snow Daze winter festival organizing committee is taking it to a whole new level - a record setting level, in fact. The 35th annual festival with more than 70 scheduled events will be held Feb.

Friendly friends play nicely together

A Victoria musician coming to town for the Coldsnap Festival is willing to risk a different arrangement for old favourites.

Cancer Bats come to Generator

The Cancer Bats will be special guests of Devildriver at the Generator Wednesday night. Metal is not just for the young but also the young at heart. Just ask the grandma of Cancer Bats' bass player Jaye Schwarzer.

Coldsnap festival jazzes up winter blues

Christine Skorepa Citizen staff Mayor Dan Rogers has proclaimed Jan. 21 to 29 as Coldsnap Music Festival Week in the City of Prince George because of the positive contributions the event has made to the community.

Enjoy Scottish tradition during Robbie Burns night

The birthday of Scotlands' people's poet Robbie Burns will be celebrated at the Ramada Hotel Saturday night and you don't have to be Scottish to attend.
Donning dancing shoes could lead to happiness

Donning dancing shoes could lead to happiness

If you want to have a beautiful time, then put on your dancing shoes, and head to the Ramada Hotel Friday at 8 p.m. and enjoy Vivo, Cante, Danza, a celebration of life, love and happiness by Cuban-Canadian musician Adonis Puentes.

What's on

Eagle Transforming: The Prints of Robert Davidson, circulated by the Vancouver Art Gallery, will be presented during the opening reception at the Two Rivers Art Gallery Thursday beginning with the Haida artist's talk at 7:30 p.m.