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Conductor resigns from PGSO

Conductor resigns from PGSO

Having held the position of music director for the longest period of time in the 40 year history of the Prince George Symphony Orchestra, Leslie Dala has announced his retirement effective the end of this season.

Events list

Move to Change dance for Aids awareness Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. is presented by Positive Living North at YAP Friends, 1160 7th Ave. Entry is by donation of non-perishable food item. This is an alcohol- and drug-free zone.

Volunteers gather for Help-Portrait event

A&E Help-Portrait - photo not treated Gord Kerr is a professional photographer and volunteer with Help-Portrait where those in need are invited to have their picture taken Saturday at Knox United Church.
Great seats on sale for Holiday Festival on Ice

Great seats on sale for Holiday Festival on Ice

Holiday Festival on Ice producers have just released some excellent seats for the Sunday show featuring Joannie Rochette, Kurt Browning and more skating stars. The tickets go on sale at 1 p.m. today - Wednesday.
Tickets now on sale for Sarah McLachlan concert

Tickets now on sale for Sarah McLachlan concert

Tickets are now on sale for the Sarah and Friends tour, which takes place March 3 at CN Centre.

Eclectic band to warm up the Ramada

Warm Up for Coldsnap sees Delhi 2 Dublin at the Ramada Tuesday at 7:30.

Dead Awake will be released in movie theatres soon

Johnny Harrington used to search through the Prince George Citizen classifieds for garage sale sites where he knew he would find comic-book treasures and old books that would fuel his imagination.

Rochette to perform at Holiday Festival on Ice

An Olympic athlete chose to continue on her medal hunt despite facing a tragedy and will now appear during the Holiday Festival on Ice at CN Centre Dec. 5.

Costumes and song bring the world to Playhouse

There's a World of Song and it can be found at the Prince George Playhouse Saturday. The Bel Canto Choir offers this concert as their first mainstage appearance under their direction of artistic director, Jaclyn Reimer.

Remembering the classics

The Prince George Symphony provided the warmth of beautiful classical music for its Saturday evening audience. It was a welcome respite from the cold, dark night outside.