Community Seniors’ Social is from 2 to 4pm at the Terrace Pentacostal Church, 3511 Eby Street. This will be held the third Wednesday of every month. This event is free and includes a coffee/tea/snack time and a time of singing. All seniors and mature adults are invited to attend.
The Skeena Landing Sunday Market has live music, food vendors, craft and produce vendors in a beautiful mountain setting. It’s a great way to spend a Sunday! Vendors interested in selling at the market please call Catherine 250-638-1808.
THE BUTTERFLY PROJECT
This project is an expression of hope and remembrance.
It is an exhibit of artistic pieces that remember and honour the missing and murdered indigenous women- the daughters, sisters, mothers, aunties, and friends.
The project is about hope and humanity.
It is about all of us – together.
Opening Reception to be held on National Aboriginal Day June 21, 2016.
From 7pm to 9pm at 615 3rd Ave. West, Prince Rupert, BC
The exhibit will remain at this venue untill June 28th, 2016
Hours 11:30am to 5:30pm
Sponsored by Prince Rupert Arts Council
The City of Prince Rupert
Live music, children’s activities, Beyond Burgers food truck, poutine eating contest, face painting, and two bouncy castles! Come up for a fun, family-oriented celebration of French Canada. Free cake at 4pm! Open to everyone, French and English Speaking. Event put on in partnership with AFFNO (Association of Francophones et Francophiles du Nord-Ouest). Admission is free or by donation.
Live music, First Nations dancing, and lots of games and contests all day long. Enjoy a multicultural culinary experience with our numerous vendors. There will be salmon bbq! Local artists will exhibit their work in our historic cabins, and there will be a massive silent auction. Free cupcakes will be handed out at 12 noon after Rheann Armes sings 0’Canada. Dr. Fishy headlines the vent at 2:30pm Admission is free or by donation so bring a friend or the whole family up to Heritage Park!
CJ Bennet-Nabess, Gitselasu member and researcher at the Kitselas Treaty Office, will speak about the Tsimshian history at Spa Xksuutks. He will be accompanied by a researcher from Kitsumkalum. Kelsey Wiebe, Curator of Heritage Park Museum and Port Essington enthusiast, will frame the socioeconomic history of Port Essington. Together, the three will illuminate the history of the now abondoned cannery town and fall camping site along the Skeena River. Part of Heritage Park Museum’s Summer Lecture Series. No registration necessary. Admission free or by donation. In the Dance Hall, refreshments provided.