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CONTRIBUTION · 23rd September 2010
Evan Jennings
This weekend looks to be so packed full of events it will be virtually impossible to attend them all.

Friday is full of big events starting early in the morning at 9 AM with the Graffiti Fest at the old CO-OP building. Everybody is welcome to attend and bring out the artist in yourself. There will be tutors on site to help you learn how to make graffiti. This event will also take place on Saturday and Sunday. For more info on this event, CLICK HERE to read the previous article.

From 10 AM to 4 PM, the Northwest Science and Innovation Society if having a presentation, which will also happen on Saturday at the same times, called Green’s the Word. For more info on this event, see the article on it HERE

At 4 PM, the ground breaking ceremonies for the new bio-coal facility will take place at the Coast Tsimshian Office at 4905 Keith Ave This is a change in address from the last announcement, just in case it turns out to be a rainy day.. For more info on this project, read the article HERE.

RDKS will be having their monthly meeting in their board room at 7 PM. We will be live streaming the meeting on our site. Once the meeting is in session just CLICK HERE or click the link on the frontpage.

Saturday begins with the Skeena Valley Farmer’s Market which is almost at a close for the season, which ends on the last Saturday of October. The Copper Mountain String Band will be playing at the Market from 9-11 AM. Come down and get some fresh produce, buy some home crafted items and listen to some local talent play.

The first concert put on by the Terrace Concert Society is on Saturday at 8 PM at the R.E.M. Lee Theatre. The performers are two hip-hop/contemporary dance groups, 605 Collective performing Audible and The Response performing Hero & Heroine. For more info on this event, see the article HERE

Sunday is full of all the previous events from Friday and Saturday. It is also World Rivers Day. This is a very important day, especially to those of us who live in the Sacred Circle. We have so many projects starting and in progress, that could possibly be devastating to our rivers. We need to raise the awareness of these rivers and the wildlife they sustain.

I hope to see you at some of these events, rain or shine. Come out and have some fun with others in community!
Dont forget
Comment by Steve on 23rd September 2010
The Toy Run---Saturday afternoon!