Travel and technique go hand in hand for spinner, weaver and crafter Lynne Vander Linde. She is eager to bring an open type of weaving that she discovered from trips overseas to workshops here in Prince George.
What does a marriage counsellor and an award winning musician have in common? Kenny 'Blues Boss' Wayne (Kenneth Wayne Spruell). The man who once made a living working with couples on improving their relationships has for 40 years been entertaining crowds and finding fans wherever he goes. He will be bringing his West Coast blues style to Prince George January 26.
Get ready for the next TNW production called Other People's Money by Jerry Sterner. It begins February 2. Story line: Do you have a mill or plant or railway near your? Watch out. Larry the Liquidator could be on his way...when the big city money man and take-over artist arrives to pronounce that the town's plant should be gobbled up, the townsfolk have the fight of their lives on their hands. Phone 563-6969 for info and tickets.
Crafter Dollie Morgan's seasonal "hunting" trips usually end up in a rather humorous spectacle for people back onshore. "When my husband Wayne and I go to the lake for a day of fishing, we always end up bringing back a boatload of driftwood. I think people must find the sight really funny, us going up and down the lake with a boat full of driftwood. But Wayne helps me look for wood."
It only makes sense that a biologist might venture into the world of scents, soaps and soothing oils. Kim Richards is a young entrepreneur who also happens to have old world business sense. She found a niche and she filled it.
It's getting easier after 14 years in the publishing business. But Cynthia Wilson still gets goosebumps when she picks a winner. Caitlin Press Inc., a successful local publishing house with an eye on the north, was taken over by Wilson and the late Ken Carling, in 1991. She had to be talked into the idea.