Dance to electric blues
The Blues Underground Network Prince George Chapter invites you to come dance to the electric blues music of the Mike Foottit Band on Saturday, April 17 at the Moose Hall. Doors open at 7:30. Dance from 8 to midnight. Tickets $12 at Mosquito Books.
Fanfare 2004 hits the stage at Duchess Park Secondary School April 1 and 2. Performances by elementary and senior concert bands as well as jazz bands and choirs ensures a delightful two-day event.
The Prince George Hospice Society is holding their annual Spring Antique and Collectibles Fair at the Role-A-Dome Saturday, April 3 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is $5 per adult for a weekend pass or $3 for a day pass. Senior rates are $2 per day or $3 for the weekend. With 100 tables booked there’s sure to be a hidden treasure or two.
Jezebel’s Jam music and arts fest featuring music, dance, poetry, drama and more entertainment. Some performers include South of the North, Jackie Baldwin, Rae King Band and Dimple Joshi. The event will be held Saturday, April 3 at 7 p.m. at The Atrium. Ticket price is $10. For further information please call Sarah Boyd-Noel, Coordinator, Northern Women’s Centre 960-5632 or email@example.com.
Message through music
Everyone is invited to attend a free dance show by Maxwell International Performers. The event showcases 18 teens from all over the world who address today’s social issues through music, dance and theatre.
High energy step and hip hop, along with dramatic dances concerning issues such as drugs, racism and peer pressure make an exciting and dynamic program that goes beyond the intellect and right to the heart.
The youth are from the Maxwell International Baha’i School and range from Grade eight to 12. They’re goal is to promote the elimination of all prejudices and inspire positive personal transformation.
It all takes place April 3 at Peden Hill Elementary School gym at 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.