Activities will be all about the wolf at a free Family Wolf Day coming up this Saturday, Feb. 28 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Scout Island Nature Centre.
“We will wolf down stories about local wolf research, dress in costumes, play with puppets and look at skulls and teeth, says event leader Mary Forbes.
“Half the day will be spent outside playing games and sniffing the fresh air and stretching our legs.”
Everyone and all ages are welcome. No registration is required.
For questions on this special event call 250-398-8532 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Safety Meeting concert series starts Saturday night
Lakecity musicians Brent Morton and Brandon Hoffman are teaming up to be the first acts performing at the new Safety Meeting concert series starting up this Saturday night at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre. Morton and Hoffman will play independently and together during the evening that starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at Red Shreds for $10.
Signal Point art shows
The Signal Point Convention Centre will be displaying a variety of artist’s works such as weaving, carving, photography, painting and more on Thursday, March 5 and Friday March 6 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. each evening .
Potters host Night of Decadence
There will be great food, great music, auction items, door prizes and pottery on offer at the Night of Decadence hosted by the Cariboo Potters Guild coming up on March 6.
Dean Fulton and Joel Gyselinck from the band Soupbone and musician Troy Forcier will be entertaining for the evening.
The $25 tickets will include a plate to take home that will be made by one of the potters, says event organizer Jude Prevost. “There will be a silent auction and tons of door prizes,” adds Prevost.
Studio Theatre celebrates
For its 60th anniversary Studio Theatre is staging two plays by club founder, the late Gwen Pharis Ringwood. Still Stands the House directed by Cathie Hamm and Garage Sale directed by Sylvia Swift will be on stage at the Studio Theatre, March 11 to 14 and March 18 to 21. Both plays will be performed each night.