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You are invited to Bulkley Valley Farmers’ Market in Smithers to pick up some afternoon picnic supplies, groceries for the week, and Saturday dinner fixings from local farms and producers. Each week you’ll find a fresh selection of fresh and organic produce, meat, eggs, poultry, artisanal prepared food, baking and local honey. You will also find the unique talents of local artists and crafters who offer jewelry, wood-working, soaps, stained glass, sewing and much more. Pay a visit to this beautiful laid-back market where you can stop and chat with the producers, sip coffee and enjoy live music.
Bulkley Valley Farmers’ Market runs every Saturday, 8:30am-12:30pm at the corner of Main St and Hwy 16 in Smithers.
The ‘Northwest Artists’ exhibition is made up of multiple artists from the northwest: Kitimat, Terrace, Prince Rupert, and Smithers. ‘Fused Shards’ is a functional glass art exhibition by Elaine Farina from Kitimat. Together they are exhibiting their art in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum & Archives. This show is bursting with colours and textures that delight and awe the viewer. With the diversity of media and subjects, there is something for everyone.
Celebrate Quebec’s National Holiday at Heritage Park with live entertainment, a poutine eating contest, food from Beyond Burgers, a bouncy castle and games for the whole family!
This is an information session for UNBC’s Gitxsan Developmental Standard Term Certificate (DSTC), which is a university credit program that prepares students to teach Gitxsanimx language and culture in schools.
This certificate is granted by the Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) of the Ministry of Education. Upon completion, application is made to the TRB for the Developmental Standard Term Certificate.
The full program will meet the requirements for three separate UNBC credentials:
1. Certificate in First Nations Language;
2. Diploma in First Nations Language;
3. DSTC Certificate.
Upon successful completion of the DSTC students can transfer their credits to pursue a UNBC undergraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Arts (First Nations Studies), or a Bachelor of Social Work.
Heritage Park will be hosting their annual Canada day event. This event will feature a silent auction, artist, pony ride, live music, food, and games for the entire family to enjoy. It is free admission and everyone is welcome.
Heritage Park’s annual Gardens and Green Spaces lecture series started this week!
Join them on Wednesdays from 12:00 – 1:00 pm to learn about heritage gardening!
They will have gardening- and botany-themed lectures all summer. Please see the poster below for dates and topics. More information will be posted on our Facebook page throughout the summer.
See you on Wednesday, and happy gardening!