Events

July

Jul 01 CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS

Canada Day Celebrations is a party you don’t want to miss!  Come to Somba K’e Civic Plaza in front of City Hall for an afternoon of great local entertainment on the shores of Frame Lake.  There will also be kids activities, food vendors and more! 

Canada Day Celebrations are funded by Celebrate Canada at Canadian Heritage.  Les Célébrations Canada Day sont financées dans le cadre du programme Celebrate Canada de Patrimoine Canadien.

Start Date:
Friday, July 1, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 1, 2016
Time:
3:30 pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Somba K’e Civic Plaza
Contact:
Special Events Coordinator – City of Yellowknife
Contact Phone:
867.920.5676

Jul 01 Canada Day Parade

Join in the fun, enter the Float Competition or the Kid's Decorated Bike Contest!

 

Come celebrate Canada's 149th Birthday!

 

Bring the whole Family!

Start Date:
Friday, July 1, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 1, 2016
Time:
11:00AM
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Franklin Avenue
Contact:
Ted McLeod
Contact Phone:
765-0585

Jul 01 Canada Day at Fred Henne Park

Come to the Cultural Grounds at Long Lake Beach for a day of cultural activities celebrating Canada's diverse heritages. Featuring Artistic demonstrations by:

Cassandra Thibault - Print-Making, Beading, Fabric Painting and Card-Making
Emily Lawson - Adventure games, brain teasers, experimental learning tools

Stephanie Canning - Graphic Arts

Maggie Alanak - Inuit Folk Art Crafts

Charlotte Overvold - Inuit Artist
Simon Donovan - Folk Music
Nick Jackson - Folk Music

Noah Giang - Folk Music

Please car pool! Parking available at the long lake beach day use parking area.

Start Date:
Friday, July 1, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 1, 2016
Time:
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Long Lake Beach Cultural Area
Contact:
Lisa Tesar
E-mail Address:

Jul 03 Yellowknife 2nd Annual Car Show4MS

The NWT Motorsports Club & Yellowknife MS Society brings you the

 

2nd Annual Car Show4MS on Sunday July 3, 2016  10am - 5pm

YK Community ARENA parking lot (next to Ruth Inch pool) 6004 franklin avenue

 

 

Bring your own ride! cars, trucks, motorcycles or Soapbox Car from the NWT Disabilities Council Grand Prix.

 

Cost : $30 per entry, SOAPBOX CAR ENTRY IS FREE

every entry fee receives a ticket for a draw - a return trip for 2 to Edmonton thanks to First Air.

 

Bring the whole family - something for everyone!

 

Food & Beverages for purchase on site.

 

Show off your ride, hang out with other car enthusiasts and support MS Awareness!

 

 

Trophies and/or prizes will be given out for various categories:

best 4x4 / off-road

best muscle car pre ‘80

best muscle car post ’80

best motorcycle

Best import

Best classic

best soapbox car

best truck -lowered, street

people’s choice

 

 

All proceeds go to the MS Society, Yellowknife chapter.

Start Date:
Sunday, July 3, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 3, 2016
Time:
10AM-5PM
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Community Arena
Contact:
Laurie McLean
Contact Phone:
867-444-0338
E-mail Address:

Jul 03 Car Show 4MS

The Car Show4MS is on Sunday in the YK Arena parking lot. Classic cars, muscle cars, trucks, 4x4s and even soapbox racers from the NWT Disabilities Council soapbox race will be on display. Come vote on who boasts the most stylish rides, grab some food and enter a raffle draw for a free trip to Edmonton.

Start Date:
Sunday, July 3, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 3, 2016
Time:
10:00 - 17:00
Community:
Where:
YK Arena parking lot

Jul 06 print making workshop

Location: JAMmed Studio, 3806 Bretzlaff Drive, the cabin next to the Midnight Sun Gallery.

What's it about?: We will be making our very own print using a lino block. At first we will draw out our composition on a board and then we start carving it with some tools.

After finishing the carving portion of this workshop we will take ink and print onto some cards (its similar to a stamp) and lovely good quality paper. At this stage prepare yourself for a lovely surprise! Printmaking is a lot like opening a gift on Christmas morning. When you print with your carved lino block you will be amazed at what your carving looks like on paper!

You will get to keep the prints you make and your lino block so you can make more prints on your own!

Materials: All materials for the workshop are included just bring your lovely self!

Workshop Instructor: All our art workshops are taught by Jessica A. McVicker.
Jessica has a bachelors in Illustration from ACAD (Alberta College of Art and Design). She and Jillian Mazur are the recent winners of the Northwestel Phone Book Competition.

Jessica believes in having serious art fun when it comes to teaching. After her hearty years of school and her home spun training she knows that color theory is a central ingredient to learning how to paint and how shape can bring out the best in block prints.

She provides a comfortable and non-judgmental environment where people can find their own artistic voice and just have a good time.

Start Date:
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
End Date:
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Time:
6-9pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
3806 bretzlaff drive
Contact:
jessica McVicker
Contact Phone:
867-446-1818

Jul 07 Painting Workshop

Location: JAMmed Studio, 3806 Bretzlaff Drive, the cabin next to the Midnight Sun Gallery.

What's it about?: Painting is a beautiful way to express yourself and to deepen your appreciation for your surroundings.

During this workshop you will be creating your very own 8x10" master piece. You will get your hands dirty dabbling in colour theory, mark making with brushes, composition and all sorts of other painterly stuff. 

Materials: All materials for the workshop are included just bring your lovely self!

Workshop Instructor: All our art workshops are taught by Jessica A. McVicker.
Jessica has a bachelors in Illustration from ACAD (Alberta College of Art and Design). She and Jillian Mazur are the recent winners of the Northwestel Phone Book Competition.

Jessica believes in having serious art fun when it comes to teaching. After her hearty years of school and her home spun training she knows that color theory is a central ingredient to learning how to paint and how shape can bring out the best in block prints.

She provides a comfortable and non-judgmental environment where people can find their own artistic voice and just have a good time.

Start Date:
Thursday, July 7, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 8, 2016
Time:
6-9pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
3806 bretzlaff drive
Contact:
jessica McVicker
Contact Phone:
867-446-1818

Jul 08 Trout Rock Lodge Fly Fishing Tournament

Only $995 per person

 

Includes:

Charter with Summit Air

2 nights and 2 days guided fishing

All meals and accomodations

And Tons of Fun!

Start Date:
Friday, July 8, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 8, 2016
Time:
July 8-10, 2016
Community:
Where:
Trout Rock Lodge
Contact:
Enodah
E-mail Address:

Jul 08 DIVERSITY OF LIVING THINGS COMES TO YELLOWKNIFE THIS WEEKEND

YELLOWKNIFE NWT- Little Ray's Reptile Zoo is coming to the Ed Jeske Arena, 41 Kam Lake Rd in Yellowknife this coming weekend with our largest and most comprehensive exhibit to date, '"Diversity of Living Things" The event opens at 4pm on Friday and will run until 8pm.

The show continues from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Get face to face with a live caiman (small crocodilian), giant snakes, monitor lizard, iguana, giant tortoise, boa constrictor and a few more reptilian friends. But that's not all. For the dinosaur lovers we will have a triceratops skull, T-Rex skull, a super croc skull and a few more very cool fossils.

Little Ray's will be setting up a very cool 2,500 sq ft exhibit with 10 live animal exhibits for you to enjoy at your leisure and will be performing multiple 30 minute formal educational programs throughout the day. Between shows the staff will have animals out for you, your family and friends to interact with. Ever touched a crocodile or snuggled with a snake?

"Give yourself a good 1.5 to 2 hours to see and do everything, the shows are the highlight of this exhibit so DON'T miss them. Bring your camera (no flash photography please), your enthusiasm and enjoy!!!" says Little Ray.

We are also offer SPECIAL TIMES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS FAMILIES - We recognize that many families have children with special needs who could benefit greatly from these events however, may not be able to attend as they may not do well in crowds. We will be opening at 9:00 am on Saturday, July 8th for special needs families to attend as our guests. This first hour will be for you and of course siblings are welcome.

The event is general admission and tickets can be purchased at the door. Admission is $17.50 per person with children 2 and under being free BUT if you 'SHARE' the post on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/littleraysreptilezoo, it is only $15.00 per person.

Little Ray's Reptile Zoo is the largest animal rescue in Canada and is an accredited CAZA Zoo. 80% of their reptiles are seized or unwanted pets.

Start Date:
Friday, July 8, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 10, 2016
Time:
Friday July 8th: 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Multiplex – Ed Jeske Arena
Contact:
Derek Young
Contact Phone:
705-918-2601
E-mail Address:

Jul 09 Yellowknife International Air Show

The Yellowknife International Air Show, featuring the Canadian Snow Birds will be taking place Saturday, July 9th. Doors will open at 10 am and the show will begin at 12.

 

Start Date:
Saturday, July 9, 2016
End Date:
Saturday, July 9, 2016
Time:
10 am
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Yellowknife Airport

Jul 11 Collective Soul Space - Spring into Summer Retreat

Spring into summer with the members of this community co-op! Register for parts that fit your schedule or treat yourself to all six classes plus healthy snacks and meals! 100% of your registration fee goes toward the co-op's final renovations to the studio.

9:00 - 10:15 Kundalini Yoga (Maureen Tonge)

10:15 - 10:45 Tea and snack (provided)

10:45 - 12:00 Nia (Johanna Tiemessen)

12:00 - 1:00 Lunch (provided)

1:00 - 1:20 Taiko Drumming Demonstration (Nancy Mullick)

1:30 – 2:30 Sivananda Yoga (Christa Domchek)

2:45 - 3:00 Tea and snack (provided)

3:00 - 4:00 Restorative Yoga and Gong Meditation (Maureen Tonge)

 

Register for the whole weekend or parts that fit your schedule:

·      Whole workshop: $125

·      Friday evening: 2 classes and healthy snack = $40

·      Saturday full day: 4 classes, 2 snacks and lunch = $85

·      Saturday morning: 2 classes and healthy snack = $40

·      Saturday afternoon: 2 classes and a healthy snack = $40

 

How to register:

·      In-person with cash or cheque to one of the teachers

·      E-transfer to collectivesoulyellowknife@gmail.com

·      Registration is limited to 12 people so don’t delay!

Start Date:
Monday, July 11, 2016
End Date:
Monday, July 11, 2016
Time:
9 am - 4 pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Collective Soul Space

Jul 11 Dene Nahjo to host caribou and moose hide tanning camp in downtown Yellowknife

Somba K’e, Denendeh — Dene Nahjo invites the public to experience the revitalization of an ancient cultural practice through the teachings of Elders during a three-week caribou and moose hide tanning camp at Somba K’e Civic Plaza (Yellowknife Tennis Courts) this summer, July 11-29, 2016 Monday – Friday.

 

Elders, instructors and experienced hide tanners will join together to tan over 10 hides using various regional techniques, while creating traditional tanning tools in the process. Members of the public are invited to come to the site to observe the traditional tanning, in action. There will be opportunities to touch and try the tools, ask questions of the tanners, and enjoy some tea and bannock.

 

Program Hours:

Mondays: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Tuesdays: 12:00pm – 7:00pm

Wednesdays: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Thursdays: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Fridays: 10:00am – 4:00pm

 

The camp will help to create a space for critical reflection and discussion around the history of colonization in Canada, Indigenous political mobilization, Northern health and wellness, and cultural revitalization.

 

“Reclaiming Indigenous knowledge and revitalizing cultures is the path by which Indigenous peoples can transcend the damage created by colonization, which has had devastating impacts on Indigenous people and communities’ health and well-being,” says Dene Nahjo project director Iris Catholique.

 

“Hide tanning is an important contemporary cultural practice, but the opportunities to learn are not readily accessible. This moose and caribou hide tanning camp will open the space for intergenerational knowledge exchange, and give the general public get a better understanding of why hide tanning is so important to many Indigenous peoples in the North.”

 

The hide tanning revitalization project is made possible by the generous contributions of the City of Yellowknife, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (Education, Culture and Employment), GNWT Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, Denesoline Corporation Ltd and the Sacred Fire Foundation.

 

Dene Nahjo, a project of Tides Canada Initiatives, is a new generation of leaders and community builders working to advance social and environmental justice for Northern peoples and promote Indigenous leadership.

Start Date:
Monday, July 11, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 29, 2016
Time:
See event description for details
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Somba K'e Civic Plaza
Contact:
Iris Catholique - Dene Nahjo Project Director
Contact Phone:
1-867-444-3363
E-mail Address:

Jul 11 Hide Tanning Program - Somba K’é Civic Plaza

July 11th – 29th, in the Somba K’e Civic Plaza in Yellowknife –

Mondays + Wednesdays-Fridays: 10 am to 4 pm
Tuesdays: 12 pm to 7 pm

Come spend some time outside on one of Yellowknife’s beautiful summer days, and learn how Dene Nahjo is helping to revitalize this important cultural practice.
Dene Nahjo is a new generation of leaders and community builders working to advance social and environmental justice for northern peoples and promote indigenous leadership.
Moose and caribou hides will be tanned in the traditional styles of various regions of the NWT
Hide tanning tools will be created over the course of the program using traditional materials
Dene elders will be on location demonstrating this skill and passing along information to the next generation of tanners.
There will be a variety of scraping and tanning tools on display for the public to see and try, guided tours will be offered for anyone wanting to ensure they get the full experience.

Start Date:
Monday, July 11, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 29, 2016
Time:
See description
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Somba K’e Civic Plaza

Jul 12 Grow together Brown Bag Lunch - Succession Planting

As part of the GROW together gardening workshop series, the Yellowknife Community Garden Collective and ITI, North Slave Agriculture team are hosting a bi-weekly brown bag lunch event and you are invited! It is happening every second Tuesday throughout the summer and fall.

 

Share garden tips and ask questions during lunch hour at the City YK Park/ Somba K’e Park.

 

Bring lunch and a blanket and your gardening questions or tips.

 

Dates:

 

July 12:             Succession Planting

 

If you know of anyone that would like to be added to the distribution list, please provide the full name, phone number and email address to Laura_Vittrekwa@gov.nt.ca

 

For more information contact Agriculture Mentor for the North Slave Region, lone_sorensen@gov.nt.ca

Start Date:
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
End Date:
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Time:
Noon
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Somba K'e Civic Plaza
Contact:
Lone Sorensen
E-mail Address:

Jul 12 Memoir Writing 101

If you are a senior, we invite you to learn how to write and share the stories of your life. Taught by local author Annelies Pool, Memoir Writing 101 will run every Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. from October 18 to November 29 (a total of 7 weeks) at the Baker Center. In December there will be an opportunity to publicly share some of your work. This is a free program but it will be capped at 10 participants and will need at least 5 registered in order to proceed. Registration begins on Monday, August 8 and registration forms will be made available at the front counter and online. (Keep checking this space.) This program has been made possible through a Service Canada New Horizons for Seniors grant.

Start Date:
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
End Date:
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Time:
Tuesdays, 10am-12pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Yellowknife Public Library
Contact Phone:
(867) 920-5642

Jul 15 Warm the Rocks at Sombe K'e Park

12:00 - Lauren Mann
1:00 - Diyet
5:10- P-E-E-K-ABOO Kazoo
6:05 - The Kerplunks
7:00 - Double Treble
7:45 - Twin Flames
 

Start Date:
Friday, July 15, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 15, 2016
Time:
12:00-19:45
Community:
Where:
Somba K'e Park

Jul 15 Folk on the Rocks Music Festival

Folk on the Rocks has come a long way since founder Rod Russell and his band of folkie go-getters re-booted a small outdoor gig on the shores of Frame Lake, and transported it over to Long Lake in the summer in 1980.

We are one of Canada’s top summertime music and cultural festivals, drawing performers from the NWT, Nunavut and across the globe for the North’s biggest party under the midnight sun.

More than 24 hours of programming on six stages, including a Kidszone, The One World (Cultural Area) and a beer garden, promises fun and enjoyment for all ages. Along with the music, crowds can savour international and traditional cuisine at the food fair, and buy Northern creative works in the Art on the Rocks area.

Come delight in this musical offering and be a part of the magic as performers from all over Canada and the world create and collaborate in the biggest artistic jam in the North.

 


Buy tickets here: http://folkontherocks.com/news/ticket-prices
Performers include:
Joel Plaskett and the Emergency
A Tribe Called Red
The Barr Brothers
Lauren Mann
Tasman Jude
And so many more!
 

Start Date:
Friday, July 15, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Time:
All Weekend Long
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Folk on the Rocks Site - Long Lake
Contact:
Carly Bradley - FOTR Administrator
Contact Phone:
867-920-7806
E-mail Address:

Jul 15 Warm the Rocks at Long Lake

Gates open at 7:15
7:30 - Erebus & Terror
8:25 - Tasman Jude
9:25 - Lemon Bucket Orkestra
10:20 - Young Mic
11:20 - Slowcoaster
 

Start Date:
Friday, July 15, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 15, 2016
Time:
19:15-23:20
Community:
Where:
Folk on the Rocks site at Long Lake

Jul 18 Saxifrage Studio Summer Art Program: Artistic Explorers

Ages 6 ‐12
Cost: $285
Limit: 12 kids
Drawing inspiration from Canadian artists such as Emily Carr, Tom Thompson and the ‘Famous Group of Seven’ we will venture into the wilds around Yellowknife to capture the sub arctic terrain with our drawing tools and paint.
A typical day will include: a morning excursion, picnic lunch, free play, and an afternoon in‐studio art lesson. Day camp runs from Monday to Friday. Camp begins at 9:00am (drop off is between 8:30‐9:00am) and runs until 4:00pm (pick up is between 4:00‐4:30pm)
Requirements: Good walking shoes, small backpack, a snack, a picnic lunch, a water bottle, and appropriate painting/hiking clothes
Provided: All art materials, including portable easel and sketchpad and 1 healthy snack
Camp base: 5507 47th Street (off of school draw)
To Register: I accept E-­Transfer, cheque and cash. Please make cheque payable to ‘Tracey Bryant’
 

Start Date:
Monday, July 18, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 22, 2016
Time:
9 am - 4 pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
5507 47th Street (Off School Draw)
Contact:
Tracey Bryant
Contact Phone:
445‐8302
E-mail Address:

Jul 22 Scholarship Golf Classic

The Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first annual Scholarship Golf Classic on Friday. Each hole at the Yellowknife Golf Club will be modified to a par 3 and every hole will offer $10,000 and $30,000 hole-in-one prizes. There will also be a closest-to-the-pin competition with a shoot-out chance for a $100,000 hole-in-one prize as well as a grand prize of two round-trip flights between Edmonton and Yellowknife sponsored by First Air.

Start Date:
Friday, July 22, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 22, 2016
Time:
All-day event
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Yellowknife Golf Club
Contact Phone:
867-873-4326

Jul 22 Sing your heart out for NWT Pride

Ring the Alarm, I'm Every Woman, Bohemian Rhapsody: whatever your song of choice is, Friday night is an opportunity for a good cause at the NWT Pride Karaoke fundraiser at Twist Bar & Grill. There will be NWT Pride merchanidise for sale and the organization is hosting a 50/50 draw. So do a few vocal runs and get down there to boogie for Pride. Entry is by donation.

Start Date:
Friday, July 22, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 22, 2016
Time:
21:00 - 02:00
Community:
Where:
Twist Bar & Grill

Jul 23 McKenna Funeral Home Junior Golf Classic

The McKenna Funeral Home Junior Golf Classic is slated for Saturday and Sunday at the Yellowknife Golf Club. The tournament offers two divisions – one is for children 13 and under and the second is for adults 17 and older. Registration is at the golf club's pro shop.

Start Date:
Saturday, July 23, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 24, 2016
Time:
All-day event
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
YK Golf Club
Contact Phone:
867-873-4326

Jul 25 Saxifrage Studio Summer Art Program: En Plein Air

Ages 6‐12
Cost: $285
Limit: 12 Kids
Drawing our inspirations from French Impressionist artists such as Monet, Degas and Renoir we will venture into the back yards and garden spaces of Yellowknife’s most characteristic zones to capture a sensory impression of a place or a moment with an extra emphasis on bold color and lots of light!
A typical day will include: a morning excursion, picnic lunch, free play and an afternoon in studio art lesson
Day camp runs from Monday to Friday. Camp begins at 9:00am (drop off is between 8:30‐9:00am) and runs until 4:00pm (pick up is between 4:00‐4:30pm)
Requirements:Good walking shoes, small backpack, a snack, a picnic lunch, a water bottle, and appropriate painting/hiking clothes.
Provided: All art materials, including portable easel and sketchpad and 1 healthy snack
To Register: I accept E-Transfer, cheque and cash. Please make cheque payable to ‘Tracey Bryant.’
 

Start Date:
Monday, July 25, 2016
End Date:
Friday, July 29, 2016
Time:
9 am
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
5507 47th Street (off of school draw)
Contact:
Tracey Bryant
Contact Phone:
445‐8302
E-mail Address:

Jul 26 Grow together Brown Bag Lunch - North of 60 Nutrition right onto the plate

As part of the GROW together gardening workshop series, the Yellowknife Community Garden Collective and ITI, North Slave Agriculture team are hosting a bi-weekly brown bag lunch event and you are invited! It is happening every second Tuesday throughout the summer and fall.

 

Share garden tips and ask questions during lunch hour at the City YK Park/ Somba K’e Park.

 

Bring lunch and a blanket and your gardening questions or tips.

If you know of anyone that would like to be added to the distribution list, please provide the full name, phone number and email address to Laura_Vittrekwa@gov.nt.ca

 

For more information contact Agriculture Mentor for the North Slave Region, lone_sorensen@gov.nt.ca

Start Date:
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
End Date:
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Time:
Noon
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Somba K'e Civic Plaza
Contact:
Lone Sorensen
E-mail Address:

Jul 29 10th Old Town Ramble & Ride Festival

The Ramble and Ride is an eco-friendly festival held annually in the historic area of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories on the August long weekend. The 2016 festival marks the 10th anniversary edition of Old Towns beloved festival and will sure to be the best one yet!

Start Date:
Friday, July 29, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Time:
All Weekend Long
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Old Town
Contact:
Emily Smits - 2016 Festival Co-ordinator
Contact Phone:
867-445-8169

Jul 30 YDC presents: Moving Spaces at the Old Town Ramble and Ride

Hello friends of the Yellowknife Dance Collective,

YDC is proud to once again present Moving Spaces, a site specific dance show at the 2016 Old Town Ramble and Ride festival.  

This FREE show starts at the Government Dock in Old Town at 2pm on both Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31.  

This year's production features new choreography by YDC choreographers Laurinda Cheng, Caihla MacCuish, Katherine Mansfield, Darha Phillpot and Tomiko Robson.  Music is performed by Andrea Bettger, Al Bee, and Ben Russo.

 

Please join us at the Ramble and Ride and help us spread the word!

Start Date:
Saturday, July 30, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Time:
2 pm both days
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Government Dock, Old Town

Jul 30 Yellowknife Dance Collective Presents: Moving Spaces

Join us for a free hour-long travelling dance performance at the Old Town Ramble and Ride festival!

Music by: Al Bee, Andrea Bettger & Ben Russo
Choreographers: Laurinda Cheng, Caihla MacCuish, Katherine Mansfield, Darha Phillpot (with Keri-lyn McLeod & dancers) & Tomiko Robson

Start Date:
Saturday, July 30, 2016
End Date:
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Time:
2 pm
Community:
Yellowknife
Where:
Government Dock, Old Town