It is our hope that we can share the events of Tumbler Ridge as best we can. Please submit any events you would like listed in this column to Erin Hanna 242-3364 or email@example.com.
At A Glance: All events in bold have been added since last publication of Town Crier.
Ongoing Tumbler Ridge Hospital Foundation Fundraiser ? Selling limited edition prints by artist Brad Piatka to support our local hospital foundation. There are a total of 24 prints at $100 each. Matted and framed ones additional cost. These are available for view and purchase at the Health Centre. For more information, contact Gail at the Health Centre 242-5271 or Bev 242-4803.
Ongoing Seniors & Pets Bottle Drive ? An effort to help pay for emergency veterinary care for seniors who are unable to. Contact Lynn Way 242 – 4624 to arrange donations of bottles for refund for this venture.
23School?s Out Pool Party ? Aquatic Centre – 6:30-9 pm ? Pool party, music & dancing – Regular admission
24Summer Reading Club ? Grand Opening & registration ? Library ? 1 pm
24Java Jive ? Live music and refreshments. Hosted by TRUMP ? 7-10 pm. Adults 12+ – Twoonie and under 12 – $1. Contact Brian Bray 242-4333
24 Art Show & Sale ? Room 3 ? Community Centre. Saturday – 10 am-3 pm. There will be a display of local artwork available for show and to purchase. Contact Maureen 242-4174 or Mila 242-3389.
24-25Hudson?s Hope Rodeo ? Hosted by the Double H Saddle Club ? Packhorse races and all your favourite others; parade, pancake breakfast, trade fair, beer gardens, BBQ dinners, Saturday night dance, music provided by ?Rusty Spurs?,. Contact Alison Hildebrandt 250 783 5799
25WNMS Hike – Bergeron Falls/Cliffs ? 1 pm ? Contact Crys White 242-4499.
27Positively Pregnant Program ? Library ? 7 pm ? A free program facilitated by Northern health Public Health Nursing. For mothers to be and new mothers.
28Awards Day ? TRSS ? 1 pm ? Awards and scholarships presented to the graduating class of 2006.
29Grad Night ? Curling Rink ? the 2006 Grads celebrate with their ceremony, dinner and dance.
1Canada Day Celebrations ? Concert hosted by TRUMP in Curling Rink 8:00-10:30 pm. Contact Brian Bray 242-4333. Arts Council will be serving up hot dogs and beverages! Carole-May Coty 242-4416
1WNMS Hike ? Roman Mountain ? Emperor?s Challenge route: run/walk ? 9 am ? Contact Helms 242-3984 or Sharmans 242-4860
3Extreme reading (Summer reading Club) ? Library ? 3 pm ? Goes each day except Mondays.
8Downtown Getdown Summer Series ? Roman Walkways. Outdoor music 3-7 pm.
15WNMS Hike ? Mount Spieker ? 9 am ? Contact Crys White 242-4499/
22WNMS Hike ? Cowmoose Mountain & Babcock Falls ? 9 am. Contact Crys White 242-4499.
22Downtown Getdown Summer Series ? Roman Walkways. Outdoor music 3-7 pm.
28Art Show & Sale ? Room 3 ? Community Centre. Saturday – 10 am-3 pm. There will be a display of local artwork available for show and to purchase. Contact Maureen 242-4174 or Mila 242-3389.30
29Phase One of the Family Skate Park will be unveiled, sometime between the two showings of the RCMP Musical Ride.
29RCMP Musical Ride ? Two performances 10:00 am + 5:00 pm. Tickets $10 ? available at Community Centre. 242-4246
29Outdoor Crafter?s Sale ? Artists and craftspeople can rent a table for $10 to be part of the pedestrian mall in the downtown core, which will be cordoned off from traffic. For info, contact Cry White at 242-4419
30-Aug 4 Wilderness Family Conference held at Claude Galibois Centre. Don Spratt 242-3300.
31-Aug 4 Downtown Busking (street musicians) and Battle of the Bands TBA. Contact Brian Bray. 242-4333.
2WNMS Hike ? Holzworth Meadows ? 9 am ? Contact Crys White 242-4499.
3(Tentative date) 25th Anniversary at the Library – Kalaya and her Tibetan Singing Bowls 12 -8 pm. Demonstrations from residents of TR who practice alternative health options will be done throughout the day and evening in booth-type settings. 242-4778.
5Celebrations Dance ? Curling Rink 8 pm-2 am. Tickets at Community Centre. 242-4246.
5 & 6Grizfest ? Outdoor music festival for two days and nights. Tickets available at front desk of Community Centre. 242-4246. See the website online at www.grizfest.com
7Family Day ? Details TBA from Wilderness Family/Ministerial Assoc.
12 Celebration & Prize Day (Summer Reading Club) ? Library 1 pm
12Emperor?s Challenge Mountain Run ? 9 am- Contact Doug Foerster 242- 5870
18-19Red Ribbon Days ? Rooms 4 & 5. Cultural fair with ribbons and prizes.
20WNMS Hike ? Pinnacle Peak ? 9 am ? Contact Sharmans 242-4860.
25Peace Liard Regional Arts Council meeting ? Room 3- 9:30 am
26 Art Show & Sale ? Room 3 ? Community Centre. Saturday – 10 am-3 pm. There will be a display of local artwork available for show and to purchase. Contact Maureen 242-4174 or Mila 242-3389.30
26WNMS Hike ? Quintette Mountain ? 9 am ? Contact Crys White 242-4499.
9WNMS Hike ? Bullmoose Marshes ? 10 am
23WNMS Hike ? Murray Canyon Overlook (Fall colours) ? 10 am ? Contact Crys White 242-4499
30PLRAC Meeting ? 9:30 am ? Meeting of the six Peace communities regarding the arts.
14WNMS – Wolverine Ski Trails workbee. Contact Crys White ? 242-4499.