Sam Tudor will be playing songs from his new album at a concert this Saturday at the arts centre.

Sam Tudor will be playing songs from his new album at a concert this Saturday at the arts centre.

TRU hosts Winter Solstice Celebration Sunday

A Winter Solstice Celebration will be held in the Thompson Rivers University cafeteria on Sunday, Dec. 21 from 2 to 5 p.m.

A Winter Solstice Celebration will be held in the Thompson Rivers University cafeteria on Sunday, Dec. 21 from 2 to 5 p.m.

The event is open to everyone; men, women, and children.

There will be lantern making, dancing, music and snacks all by donation.

Donations of non-perishable food is also welcome.

The event is sponsored by the Canadian Mental Health Association Multiculturalism Program and Women’s Spirituality Circle.

Saturday, Dec. 20

Arts centre concert

Local artists will be celebrating the holiday season with a concert at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre next to city hall on Saturday, Dec. 20.

Sam Tudor will be playing songs from his newly-released album The Modern New Year, and Drum and Bell Tower playing all his hits as well as some new tracks from his upcoming album.

Musical support will be offered by Williams Lake’s hot new prodigal son, Brandon Hoffman.

Tickets are $7-10 on a sliding scale. The show starts at 8 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 14

St. Peter’s Sing and Ring

Bring a bell and ring and sing along with a great selection of Christmas music at the St. Peter’s Sing and Ring coming up on Sunday, Dec. 14 starting at 3 p.m. at St. Peter’s Anglican Church on Carson Drive.

Wednesday, Dec. 31

New Year’s party for Mt. Timothy ski hill

Mt. Timothy Ski Society and Ski Patrol will be bringing in the new year Wednesday, Dec. 31 with a fundraising dinner, dance and silent auction at the Gibraltar Room.

Tickets are available at Adorn Spa, Bob’s Shoes and Workwear, Raymond James, and Chiropractic Associates.

Wednesday, Dec. 31

Signal Point New Year’s Party

The Signal Point Gaming Centre will be hosting the band Red Haven for a New Year’s Eve party in the event room complete with appies, free slot play, and a safe ride home shuttle.

Wednesday, Dec. 31

Local bands party play for New Year’s Eve

The Laughing Loon restaurant is featuring not just one, but two popular local bands for its New Year’s Eve celebration.

Blue Note and Soupbone will be sharing the stage for this party to ring in the new year with great rock and roll and blues music.

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