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A Bouquet of talent

Bouquet 2010 is presented to showcase the talents of students of Dawn Boudreau Music at the Playhouse Saturday at 7 p.m. There is also daytime session at 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Doors open half hour before each show.
Hippies unite in Hair-raising production

Hippies unite in Hair-raising production

Most of the Excalibur cast of Hair is a bit too young to know about free love, LSD, and the hippy movement, so not only is the show entertaining, it's a bit of a lesson in recent history.
School band goes to Ottawa

School band goes to Ottawa

The Ottawa tour band at D.P. Todd secondary school recently returned from MusicFest Canada 2010 with a silver level standing. There were 61 D.P. Todd students among 10,000 from across the country that participated in the event.

Locals at performing arts provincials

There are 15 Prince George performers at the Performing Arts B.C. provincial competition in Duncan, B.C.

A&E events list

Miniature horse show will take place at the Agriplex Friday to Sunday. The horses will jump, drive carts, do obstacle course and participate in a halter class. Each day begins at 9 a.m. and end times will vary in the afternoon.

Suffering for their art

The Sufferin' Bastards will be accompanying Ross Neilsen for a bit of Redemption at Nancy O's. The Redemption Tour will see the band travel from Halifax to Tofino and back, making a stop in P.G. Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.
Show is F-U-N

Show is F-U-N

Don't be fooled by the innocent name of the show. The Tony award winning show, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, got the Playhouse audience buzzing as soon as it started.

Spring Fling at Huble Homestead

There is a living historic site that offers a peek into times gone by for area residence. Huble Homestead is having the kick off to the summer season this weekend with special activities taking place during a Spring Fling Sunday and Monday from 10 a.

Flurry of activity for Coldsnap ticket holders

Prince George Folkfest Society is offering an early-bird ticket sale for the 2011 Coldsnap festival. The Flurry ticket is $100 and offers a free P.G. Folkfest CD and five mainstage tickets to the Coldsnap festival.

Elvis impersonator

Morris Bates, show business veteran and Elvis impersonator, will perform at Cafe Voltaire at Books and Co. today from 5 to 7 p.m.