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‘Tourist in Your Own Town’ Campaign

Are you a business that caters to tourists? Are you interested in promoting your tourism product, establishment or business to local residents?

 

The North Slave regional office, in coordination with the City of Yellowknife, is teaming up to promote tourism to locals!

 

‘Tourist in Your Own Town’ is a month long event being launched this spring to promoted tourism to local residents May 9 – June 6, 2015.

 

Volunteer for the annual BURN ON THE BAY; In memoriam

Burners and friends of burners of YK! Our annual Burn on the Bay approaches. Please feel free to SHARE this email with anyone you might think would be interested.


The YK Burners want to take a moment to remember to Amy O'Connor, our friend who suddenly passed last fall. Her dedication and love she so freely gave to our annual Burn is greatly missed. She won't be forgotten. We dedicate this year's Burn on the Bay, Rebirth, in her memory. Please join us for the bonfire she loved to help create. (Saturday, March 28, 8:30 pm, across from the Castle.)

Share your Yellowknife Festival Experience and WIN!

Post your stories, photos and videos about Yellowknife festivals on Twitter and Instagram using #ykfestivals or visit ykfestivals.ca for your chance to win a fantastic summer fishing adventure!

 

Grand Prize: A day-long east arm fishing trip for two! Fly to blanchette Island, fish the crystal clear waters of the East Arm, enjoy a shore lunch and dinner then boat home under the midnight sun.

A Second Public Art Pop-Up Display In Yellowknife

~~Yellowknife still loves its public art. Come see a new pop-up installation, corner of Burwash Drive & Rycon Drive!

 

These eye-catching, re-purposed traffic signs are fun to view in the daytime, but they also dance with reflections at night!

Bring a flashlight to shine on these works, and watch the graphics reflect back at you just like a sign on the highway!

It’s Free! On display for a limited time during March.

Signs by Boris Atamanenko and Rowan.

Installed by Donna Dooley, Rowan and Boris Atamanenko.

Lunch Pail Theatre: First Call for Actors and Crew

First Call for Actors and Crew

Lunch Pail Theatre presents the award-winning play, “Twelve Angry Jurors”

Set in 1956 and originally titled 12 ANGRY MEN, the play has been updated with a diverse cast of men and women set to deliberate on a murder case.  There have been few changes to the powerful script and though some details have been updated — the basics of the story and characters are timeless.

New Evening Workshops and FREE item in February at Old Town Glassworks


Greetings Friends and Supporters of Old Town Glassworks.  We are now offering Evening Workshops Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 6-8 pm! We are also running a Special until the end of February , where every participant of an evening workshop  can receive one extra FREE item of your choice -up to an $18 value. Please share with any one you know who might be interested.


Thanks & Have a super day!


Old Town Glassworks
3510 McDonald Drive
Yellowknife, NT, Canada
X1A 2H1

info@ygr.coop

867-669-7654

NWT Teachers' Association Territorial Conference, Sept 29 - Oct 1

Registration is now available for the NWT Teachers' Association Territorial Conference, Sept 29 - Oct 1. The conference website includes information on presentations, registration forms, and information on transportation to Yellowknife as well as accommodations.

We encourage all of our members to welcome the participants in this conference and help provide them with the best experience possible during their stay in our city.

Mental Health Matters, Clara's Northern Journey

In May 2014, Olympian Clara Hughes visited 9 communities in Northern Canada as part of her "Let's Talk" bicycle journey across Canada where she encouraged all Canadians to be part of the conversation about mental health and help end the stigma around mental illness.

 

As well as riding her bike down the Dempster Highway, Clara engaged in 24 community events and visited 9 schools where she shared her own ongoing journey, suffering and challenges with mental health in an engaging and inspirational way.

 

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