Join the City of Yellowknife, Ecology North and the GNWT for Walk to Work Week. Each morning, walkers in various locations will receive complimentary recreation passes, valid for a single admission at the City's recreation facilities. On Wednesday, walkers are invited to enjoy a hot beverage at the Bromley Building downtown. For World Cancer Day on Thursday, admission to the walking track at the Fieldhouse will be free all day.
Hunting and Fishing videos from all over the NWT in 2015. Several different displays as well as door prizes. Doors and bar will be open at 6:30 pm, first movie will start at 7:00 pm and will showcase grizzly, caribou, moose and lake trout. tickets are avalaible for 10$ each at the tourist centre(not before January 22). Children welcome. Feb 03 At The Explorer Hotel (Yellowknife) 2e édition!!! Des images à couper le souflle et des scènes de chasse et pêche des plus spectaculaires! Prix et kiosques sur place. Les portes ouvrent à 6:30pm, les billets seront disponibles au centre touristique dès le 22 janvier.
Mandy Tulloch and Northern Arts & Cultural Centre present: We Are All Connected!
Yellowknife Feb 5 & 6
Acting on bullying
Set in a futuristic galactic news station, We Are All Connected focuses on the social media aspect of bullying behaviour and its modern influences. The show follows its colourful cast of characters, some new and some featured previously in The Bullying Games, as they each encounter their various issues and struggle to overcome them.
This production is a peer to peer view on the trials and tribulations of social media that is a family fun, entertaining and thought provoking show for all ages.
Covering a range of topics relevant to today’s youth, these stories aim to draw attention to the complexities of growing up in the digital age in a way that’s positive, inspiring, entertaining and educational. Remember, WE ARE ALL CONNECTED!
Celebrate Chinese New Year!
Organized by Yellowknife Northern Star Chinese Classic for Children
Saturday, February 6, 2016 1-5pm @ Prince of Whales Northern Heritage Centre
- Yellowknife Northern Star Chinese Classics for Children
- Chinese calligraphy
- Tai Chi
- Chinese seals
- Chinese calligraphy
- Reading/activity corner
- Try on Chinese costumes
- Beijing Opera face painting
Special lunch menu will be available at the Museum Cafe from 12 noon to 2:30pm
The NWT SPCA is proud to bring you its 4th Annual Diamond Dessert Gala, "Light Up the Night"! Please join them Saturday, February 6 at the Centre Ice Plaza for a beautiful evening you won't forget! The NWT SPCA promises a night like no other with food and drinks, live and silent auctions, its coveted dessert auction and fabulous musical guest, Leela Gilday and her band!
Tickets are $120, a portion of which is tax deductible. Tickets are available from Dana at Sutherlands Drugs and at Luluz Market.
The United Church is pleased to once again its annual Pancake supper on Shrove Tuesday. Come out for an evening with the family, and enjoy the happy atmosphere while you eat.
When: Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm
Where: The auditorium of Northern United Place
Who: Sponsored by Yellowknife United Church
What: Pancakes (Regular and Potato) and Sausage. Beverages (hot and cold)
Cost: $7 per person. Children 4 and under are free.
Come for a skate with your sweetie, loved ones and/or friends. Do some Valentine's crafts in the lobby and feel the love!
Regular rules for public skating apply. Admission is free.
Acclaimed worldwide for their virtuosity, life-affirming energy and charm, The King’s Singers are in global demand. Their work, synonymous with the very best in vocal ensemble performance, appeals to a vast international audience. Performing to hundreds of thousands of people each season, the group tours regularly to Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australasia. Instantly recognisable for their immaculate intonation, vocal blend, diction and incisive timing, The King’s Singers are consummate entertainers.
The group’s repertoire has evolved to become one of the most diverse and compelling imaginable. The King’s Singers have commissioned over 200 works, including landmark pieces from leading contemporary composers including Luciano Berio, György Ligeti, Sir James MacMillan, Krzysztof Penderecki, Toru Takemitsu, Sir John Tavener, Gabriela Lena Frank and Eric Whitacre. They have also commissioned arrangements of everything from jazz standards to pop chart hits, explored medieval motets and Renaissance madrigals, and encouraged young composers to write new scores.
They are in Yellowknife performing at the Northern Arts and Culture Centre, in partnership with the Yellowknife Choral Society.
Tickets are $55 dollars each.
Outside: Join the Prince of Whales Northern Heritage Centre as we launch our new exterior light display. Our new dynamic LED light show is best view from the ceremonial causeway.
Inside: Music by the Accidentals, preforming:
Love makes fools of us all:
A musical journey through love and loss
Special desserts and refreshments for sale
February 11th 2016, 7:00-8:45pm
Prince of Whales Northern Heritage Centre
Join us for heartfelt stories and crafts!
Saturday, February 13, 10:00-11:00am.
Ages 4-7 / Library Meeting Room
* This is a free program but please register by February 9th at the front desk, or by calling 920-5642. A minimum of 10 participants to proceed.
The days are getting longer but there's still time to light up the dark with the Lantern Festival. Come see the display of lanterns in the amphiteatre in the Somba K'e Civic Plaza. Lanterns will be lit each evening by 6:00 p.m. and and we invite you to swing by during your evening stroll. Thank you to everyone who brought lanterns to add to our collection.
Perogie and Sausage Luncheon
Please join us for a fundraising perogie and sausage luncheon, prepared by Metro Huculak. All funds raised will help support the work of Food First Foundation in the NWT and Nunavut. Learn more about Food First at www.foodfirst.ca.
Tickets are $20 each, and are available online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/perogie-and-sausage-lunch-tickets-21274312040?aff=es2 or at the door.
Take your child to the library day! February 20!
Come to the library and celebrate!
Stickers! Books! Games!
Illustrator: Wallace Edwards at 2:00-3:00pm!
Ecole St. Patrick High School Proudly Presents...
February 24-26- 7pm
February 27- 2pm & 7pm
Northern Arts & Culture Centre
Tickets available at NACC or www.naccnt.ca
Written by D.W Gregory
Directed by Emma Smith
Inset Sealskin Baby Booties
Thursday, February 25 from 6-9 pm
$60, all supplies included, maximum 10 people
Learn how to do inset sewing, where you sew a different colour of sealskin into your work to create a design. You will make a beautiful pair of sealskin baby booties with a fur trim. This baby booty pattern is very simple and versatile and can be used with any material.
Open First to Military Personnel
Friday Feb 26 from 7-9 pm
$40, all supplies included, maximum 6 people
Location: NUP, Room 214
Learn to use porcupine quills to make a pair of earrings. Using seed beads, caribouhide and crystals, you will learn a simple stringing technique to make a beautiful pair of earrings.
Saturday, Feb 27 from 10-6 pm
$80, bring your own supplies, maximum 8 people
Location: NUP, Room 215
Learn the basics of mitten-making and learn how to make your own mittens out of materials you bring to class, such as fur, duffle, leather, old sweaters or coats, etc. Learn to make wrist mittens or gauntlet mittens. Copies of both sets of patterns are included in this class: wrist and gauntlet in 3 sizes each.
Featuring: The fiddle Cats and friends Old Town Sound
February 27, 2016
The Top Knight Doors open: 6pm Show starts: 7pm
Purchase from Fiddle Cats members or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come early to this family friendly event get a great seat and enjoy dinner before the show!
Guests under 19 years may stay until 9:30pm
Tickets available at Roy's: $25 interactive main floor seats, $22 Gallery
You are invited to join the Lord and Lady of the Manor in their banquet hall for an interactive evening of music and fun in the style of the late 15th - early 17th centuries!
Come and enjoy the popular music of the day. Songs of love and loss along with bawdy toe-tapping tunes.
There will be musicians, singers, actors and dancers, with something to delight everyone and a reception serving light snacks will follow the show.
To get into the spirit of the occasion, the wearing of period costumes is encouraged.
A reception with light refreshments will follow the show.
Note: This show is suitable for an adult audience, 14+
$175, all supplies included, maximum 6 people
Learn the construction techniques to make a pair of local-style moccasins using commercial moosehide leather, a plain upper, stroud flap and beaver fur trim. A custom-fitted pattern will be created especially for your feet and for your upper. (Bring a lunch!) Bring (or buy) your own beaded uppers to use for class, as it will give you an even more satisfying result! (Also, there is another moccasin class at NUP on March 21 & 23).
Open first to Military Personnel
A monthly musical preformance presented by Classical On Stage Yellowknife
Please join COSY in a celebration of all things romantic at a free concert preformed by COSY members & students of COSY members.
Sunday, February 28th at 3pm in the museum cafe.