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Jail and bail 2011
P.S.A.'S · 3rd August 2012
Terrace Daily News
Save On Foods Chainsaw Carving Contest Skeena Mall

Crimestoppers “Jail & Bail” 4625 Lazelle Avenue 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Community Fundraising Barbecue Brolly Square (Lakelse Avenue & Emerson St.) 11:00 am to 1:30 pm

Battle of the Bands Elks Hall (2822 Tetrault St.) 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm

2012 Riverboat Days Opening Ceremonies Spirit Square, (George Little Memorial Park) 7:00 pm

Opening Reception - “Annual Members Exhibition” Terrace Art Gallery (Terrace Library, 4610 Park Avenue) 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Mixed Slo-Pitch Tournament Riverside Park, Rotary Kerr Field and Thornhill Regional Field - 7:00 pm, Friday, all day Saturday, Sunday & Monday

Ma Lambly’s Historical Drama Dance Hall at Heritage Park (4702 Kerby Ave) Museum doors open at 7:30 pm
Fundraising Barbeque, this year at Brolly Square, next to the Royal Bank on Lakelse Avenue
Fundraising Barbeque, this year at Brolly Square, next to the Royal Bank on Lakelse Avenue
Nathan Cullen addressing the crowd at the opening ceremonies 2011 with the translator/signer for the hearing impaired signing for chainsaw carving
Nathan Cullen addressing the crowd at the opening ceremonies 2011 with the translator/signer for the hearing impaired signing for chainsaw carving
Tourism Season
Comment by Maggie Jo Johnson on 4th August 2012
I have tourists next door who pulled into town this past Thursday. After friendly neighborly conversation, they apprised me that they travelled to Terrace to camp out in a trailer in my neighbor's driveway so they can take in all the RiverBoat Day Festivities.

This is definitely Tourism Season. Let's put on our best face...pick up litter when we come across it...help out a lost tourist.

The City will be congested with traffic for the next while. Let's give the other driver some courtesy leeway with a friendly wave and a smile.

RiverBoat Days serves as a prime opportunity to showcase our City to visitors as a friendly, enticing place to return to in visiting form...or to choose to relocate to.

Happy RiverBoat Days, everyone:)
Meanwhile, out at Kitsumkalum....
Comment by Janice Robinson on 3rd August 2012
Women, men and children are busily preparing for the much-anticipated, annual, Salmon Barbecue.

The sockeye is as fresh as can be, and will be sliced into hefty, tasty portions for your eating pleasure. As usual, the potatoe salad will be made fresh, from only the finest ingredients.......and prepared by the best cooks in the world.

I see the barbecue pit is ready, and ample wood already there. Kitsumkalum men and women (volunteer firemen too!) will tend the barbecue pit all day (no matter how hot it gets).

Refreshments, smiles and hugs will be plentiful.

We may fight like cats and dogs over many political, Tsimshian issues, but we all hold our Annual Salmon Barbecue very near and dear to our hearts. It is one of the few opportunities for us to mingle with you all, and share our nutritious bounty. All who participate, do so proudly.

So, after the River Boat Days Parade, make your way out to Kitsumkalum.......and enjoy!