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Larry gets r done at CN Centre

Larry gets r done at CN Centre

There will be a tailgate party Jan. 10 at CN Centre and the host is Larry the Cable Guy.

Wizard of Oz blows into CN Centre

Prince George residents can be singing We're Off to See the Wizard, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz as they head on down the road to CN Centre Dec. 12. This family-friendly musical performance celebrates the legendary 1939 MGM film, The Wizard of Oz.

Under the Stairs art exhibit at the Rotunda at UNBC

There's a new art gallery at the University of Northern B.C. and Under the Stairs, an exhibition of UNBC/Emily Carr bachelor of fine arts program students' work, is on display until Dec. 15.
Quebec traditional band will warm up the crowd at ArtSpace

Quebec traditional band will warm up the crowd at ArtSpace

The gentlemen of Genticorum will be showcasing their Quebecois musical talents Saturday at ArtSpace at 8 p.m. during a Warm Up to Coldsnap concert.
She's just gotta be Terri Clark

She's just gotta be Terri Clark

In the making of her new album The Long Way Home, eight-time Canadian Country Music Association Fan's Choice Entertainer of the Year Terry Clark finds her own way and tells her own story as audience members will see Sunday night at CN Centre.
Affectionate and lively approach to music

Affectionate and lively approach to music

She's been a teacher for nine years, a student for 11 years and an award-winning performer through all of it. She's 15.

Ivor Johnson's Neighbours

The story of Ivor Johnson's Neighbours, about to hit the Theatre North West stage, has nothing to do with Scooge, but it will stir the very heart of the Christmas spirit.

What's on this weekend

Top off the week with a coffee and some live music Friday Nights at Cafe Voltaire. Every week there is a different local musician providing free live entertainment.

Horse rescue immortalized in book

When a concerned community dug two stranded, starving horses down from a snowbound mountain two winters ago, it touched the hearts of the nation. It also touched off the pen of Birgit Stutz, a horse professional and one of the ones working a shovel.

Events list for Nov. 11 to 14

Remembrance Day Ceremonies Thursday begin at the Civic Centre at 10 a.m. for speeches, a moment of silence and laying of wreaths in honour of men and women who have served and are serving our country during times of war, conflict and peace.