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Prince Rupert‘s annual Community Hallowe’en Fest with tons of free candy, games, activities and a huge costume parade with prizes! They have been helping the RCMP and Fire/Rescue for 31 years now to provide a safe event for kids and families. The high school students help to decorate, run the games and hand out the candy.
It’s a fun night so come down for free hot dogs and fun! The fireworks display will start at 8:15pm and can be viewed from the Civic Centre parking lot.
Stock up on cozy winter reads at the Fabulous Fall Book Sale, sponsored by the Friends of the Smithers Library.
Friday, November 2nd, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 3rd, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Royal Canadian Legion (3840 1st Avenue)
Drop off donations of books, DVDs and CDs in good condition at the library (or Western Financial on 1st Ave) by Thursday, November 1st. You can also call the library to arrange for pickup at 250-847-3043. They are unable to use encyclopedias, dictionaries, textbooks, condensed books, magazines, or items that have been stored in an unheated space such as a garage or shed.
Do you have a career in science or engineering? Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with Friderike Moon from Science World. Friderike brings tips and techniques on how to share your passion for the sciences and to inspire school-aged youth with a love for science. No registration required.
Friday, November 2nd
7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Smithers Public Library
This event is supported by SCWIST, Scientists and Innovators in Schools (SIS) and the Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation.
On Saturday, November 3 Terrace Community Band opens its 2018-2019 concert season and the theme will be “Adventures”. Guided by their fearless musical director, Mr. Geoff Parr, they will take you on a series of musical adventures around the world, back in time and even below ground with a variety of outstanding music performed to their usual high standard of excellence. Come out and support them not only because they are your community band, but also because you are sure to enjoy an evening of great live music. Tickets are available at Misty River Books, at the door or ask a Band member. See you there!
MNP and Chartered Professional Accounts of Canada in collaboration with Terrace Literacy Table present a FREE workshop for Financial Literacy Month
Own Your Financial Future: Managing Debt and Making Credit Work For You
What they’ll talk about:
How credit works and how debt accumulates
Good debt vs. bad debt
What you need to know about credit ratings
How to take control of your finances
What we’ll work on with you:
Understanding your credit score
Defining your financial goals
Take a situational selfie
Balancing your budget
Free workshop, space limited. Registration Required.
Call 250-638-0228 or register at Eventbrite.
North Coast Transition Society
in honor of National Addictions Awareness Week:
Art Exhibition Evening
“What does addiction mean to you?”
No cost event, Open to all
Lester Center of the Arts
Friday, November 9, 2018
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
There will be some words spoken at 6:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information, please contact:
Jessica, Supportive Recovery Program at 250 627-8959, ext 32
or email email@example.com
On Wednesday, November 14th at 6:30 pm there will be an information session for UNBC’s Bachelor of Education program. This will be at the UNBC Terrace campus at 4837 Keith Ave. Please join in to learn all about our B.Ed. program, including the various paths to enter it, its entrance requirements, and how to apply.