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Gold Rush Revue

The Rainbow Singers at the Elder Citizens Recreation Centre will present the Gold Rush Revue at the ECRA Salon March 26 at 7 p.m. and March 28 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at the centre at 1692 10th Avenue and are $12 each.

PGSO set to play Sunday serenade

Works by Mozart and Schubert will be on the card when the Prince George Symphony Orchestra performs the last of its Sunday Serenade Series this weekend. The show will centre on two pieces: - Mozart's "The Hunt," otherwise known as String Quartet No.

Strut your mutt

The dog days of spring hit Prince George Saturday and Sunday with sanctioned agility dog trials at the Livestock Arena at Exhibition Park. The North Cariboo SPCA is teaming up with Top Dog Agility to present some fun and worthwhile events.

Alex Puentes up for Juno Award

Northern B.C.'s first son of world beat, Alex Puentes, is up for another Juno Award. The Smithers resident, born and raised in Cuba, performs under the name The Alex Cuba Band.
Local dancer to compete at festival

Local dancer to compete at festival

One of the hundreds of young dancers who will attend the 34th annual Prince George Dance Festival next week will be taking her last steps at this event as she moves on to pursue a post-secondary school dance education in Vancouver.

Events list

The Friends of Leora Wildi committee has organized a fundraiser dinner dance and silent auction at the Treasure Cove Casino Saturday, with band Andy & Dave providing the entertainment.
Kill Matilda coming to P.G.

Kill Matilda coming to P.G.

One of B.C.'s big-city buzz bands has roots in the most rural corners of the Prince George region. Kill Matilda is growling out a name in Vancouver's vibrant pop-punk/metal scene.

Prism holding fundraiser

The Prism Film Festival - the region's only film fest dedicated to gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, two-spirited and queer celluloid - is holding a fundraiser. The event coincides with International Women's Day. Come out March 6 at 8 p.m.

Kovacic commissioned for internment camp painting

Prince George artist and College of New Caledonia fine arts instructor Betty Kovacic has been awarded $19,500 from the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund to create her largest piece of work ever.

Spring break dancing

Hundreds of young dancers will strut their stuff at the 34th annual Prince George Dance Festival. Dancers from 14 different studios located from Edmonton to Prince Rupert and from Fort St.