Maureen Saunders helps student Mackenzie  Magnowski to secure her headdress for a ballet number during dress rehearsal for the dance revue coming up next weekend. The event titled Finale this year

Maureen Saunders helps student Mackenzie Magnowski to secure her headdress for a ballet number during dress rehearsal for the dance revue coming up next weekend. The event titled Finale this year

School of dance revue coming up

Maureen Saunders School of Dance students will perform their biennial dance revue in the Gibraltar Room June 14 and 15.

Maureen Saunders School of Dance students will perform their biennial dance revue in the Gibraltar Room June 14 and 15.

Dance instructor Maureen Saunders has called the revue Finale to recognize that she will be semi-retiring this year and turning over primary management of the dance studio to her protege, Corrine Stromsten.

Corrine recently passed her final exam to become a certified instructor in the Cecchetti method of ballet.

The show features both ballet and modern jazz sections featuring tiny tots to teens and performances with Corrine joining the dances.

Show times are 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, June 14 and 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, June 15. These popular shows may already be sold out but if there are any still available, contact the studio.


Hypnosis show girls’ programs

The Colin Christopher Hypnosis Show is on stage tonight, Friday, June 6 at the Signal Point Gaming Banquet Room. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

There will be a small cover charge, prizes and more.

All proceeds go to the girl’s programs at the Women’s Contact Society.


Magic Show

The Jozef Magical Reptiles Alive show is coming to the Cariboo Memorial Complex on Sunday, June 8 starting at 7 p.m. Advance tickets are available at the complex or at the door. Children ages three and under get in free.


Old time fiddle show

The Scott Woods Old Time Jubilee takes place Sunday, June 8 at 2 p.m. at the Elks Hall in Williams Lake. Doors open at 1 p.m.

The fast-paced, uplifting show delights audiences of all ages with old-time fiddle music, sensational step dancing, trick fiddling, family humour and more.

Tickets are available at the door or in advance at The Open Book or by calling toll free 1-855-726-8896.


Arthritis walk

The Arthritis Society’s Walk to Fight Arthritis takes place Sunday, June 8 in Boitanio Park. Registration opens at 9 a.m. and the walk starts at 10 a.m.

To register go to

More than one in six people in the interior have some form of arthritis, says walk arthritis society volunteer Diana Mickle.


Big Bike Ride

There are still some places left for individuals to participate in the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike Ride coming to Williams Lake, Tuesday, June 10. Ten teams are scheduled to make rides around the city on the big bike which holds 29 riders who pay a minimum of $50 each to support heart disease and stroke research. To register call Elaine Balul at 250-398-4952.



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