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Quite a crowd for the weather
CONTRIBUTION · 6th July 2011
Stacey Tyers
It was rainy, windy with a little thunder and lightning on Wed. June 29th to open the first of a series of 4 Night Markets hosted through out the summer.

In spite of the weather, the turn out was great, the spirits were high and a great time was had by all.

The fun could not be dampened by the weather. The evening opened with an amazing performance by King Crow and the Ladies From Hell. Followed by performances by the fillipino community. Performances were organized by the Terrace Fil-Can Association.

Tents were set up in strategic locations to keep the audience as dry as possible. It was mandatory to actually mop the stage. Performers tested their survival abilities by graciously dancing in barefeet on cold, wet concrete. Props were blowing over. All and all, the group of volunteers and early arrivals got creative. Came together and not only made it all work, made it succeed.

A great time was had by all who braved the elements. Thank you to the Sponsors, vendors, Fil-Can and everyone who came out to play in the puddles.

Night Market Medley series sponsored by Skeena Diversity Society, Terrace Arts Council and Sight and Sound. Organized by Leading Communities BC leadership program group.

The next Night Market Medley will be held Wed. July 27, 2011 starting at 6pm at George Little Park (rain or shine ;)) featuring: PUNJABI Community.

If you are interested in being involved or performing please contacting Stacey Tyers, via email below or by calling 250-635-6530
Traditional Fillipino performance
Traditional Fillipino performance
Small children in the audience captured by the performers
Small children in the audience captured by the performers
King Crow and the Ladies from Hell
King Crow and the Ladies from Hell