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Gingerbread House Decorating Competition

Entries need to be dropped on Friday December 1st, before 4:30PM. Judging will commence on Saturday December 2nd, and winners will be announced the following Monday. The community can come and vote on they’re favourites any time between Saturday December 2nd and Thursday December 7th. There will also be the option to vote online for those unable to make it in person. Visit for full contest rules.

Studio 2 Stage Christmas Recital

Join us for an enchanting day of rhythmic spectacle and artistry as the Studio 2 Stage Dance Academy proudly presents its Christmas Dance Recital, featuring three distinct performances on December 10th.

Prepare to be captivated by the grace and elegance of our young dancers as they perform classic ballet routines, tap their way into your hearts, and sway to the vibrant beats of jazz and hip hop. Be enthralled by the innocence and talent of our budding performers, ranging from adorable 3-year-olds to expressive teenagers.  Indulge in a day filled with exuberance and artistry as our dancers take you on a journey through the diverse realms of lyrical movements and contemporary expressions. Witness the power and passion of our young artists as they weave together stories through their movements, delivering a breathtaking performance that will leave you mesmerized. Experience the dazzling display of energy and creativity. Our adult dancers will take the stage alongside the young talents, creating a fusion of styles that will ignite your senses. From the precision of tap to the fluidity of jazz and the raw energy of hip-hop, this promises to be an unforgettable celebration of the art of movement.

Don’t miss the opportunity to witness the magic of dance, brought to life by our passionate performers. Secure your tickets early at the North Peace Cultural Centre to be a part of this extraordinary celebration of talent and creativity.

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Smoke & Rain Book Reading

Smoke And Rain – Katelyn is a hairdresser who grew up in various small towns, each with its own secrets that the locals were trying to hide. She has been an avid journaling enthusiast since she was a young girl and has a strong passion for anything that allows her to be creative. Katelyn lives in Fort St. John, B.C., with her husband and two young children.
“Sixteen-year-old Bree wants to get out. Her family has moved, yet again, to a new town, but their problems have followed them to Kitimat. In an attempt to escape her manipulative and volatile father, Bree turns to pot and alcohol, but her stash is running low, and she needs to find a new supplier. The first step to finding one is to make some new friends. But this isn’t Bree’s only problem. An elderly man keeps harassing her, telling her how terrible her father is. She already knows this, but how does this old man know? They’ve only just moved here. Is it possible her father has been here before?…”
This event is open to everyone, free admission, we will have food and beverages.