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A new travelling exhibit from the Sherbrooke Nature and Science Museum, CLOVIS — THE CARIBOU HUNTERS transports us 12,000 years back in time in the tundra to discover the lifestyle of the first nomads to have roamed the south-east of Canada. Then, it brings us back to present time, with the archaeologists who discovered and interpreted the clues of the passage of these first occupants. A great archaeological adventure for kids and families!
The March 6-April 7, 2018, exhibition at Smithers Art Gallery is “Better Together”, a group exhibition of art and haiku poetry by four Terrace artists: Dyan Myhr, Gail Turner Sears, Joan Billey, and Kathleen Stuart. Please join us and meet the artists at the opening reception on Friday March 9, 7-9pm – all welcome, free admission, refreshments provided. Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-5; Saturday 12-4. www.smithersart.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 250-847-3898.
Unbelievable intimate live music opportunity for Fort St. James!
The incredible Samson’s Delilah is coming to Pope Mountain Arts in Fort St. James Sunday, March 25.
Tickets $20 available in advance or at the door.
This is a group you won’t want to miss and a show you won’t soon forget.
All ages show.
Reviews for their album:
“… downright enjoyable…tightly played mix of alt.folk, reggae tinged funk and country bluegrass…”
The Annual General Meeting of the Terrace and District Museum Society, which operates Heritage Park, is at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28th in the Dance Hall at Heritage Park. Join us for baked goods, coffee, and a short report on 2017 operations and our plans for 2018. We have many exciting projects on the go, and would love to hear all of your feedback. Please come out and support us and our goal to preserve Terrace’s rich history.