Summer Centennial Celebrations Offer “Something for Everybody”
Prince George, B.C. – This summer’s centennial celebrations kicked off Friday and chairperson Murray Krause says they offer “something for everybody.”
He says it all starts with this weekend’s BMO KidzArt Dayz.
“That’s two days of hands-on creativity for kids and kids at heart,” says Krause. “And then we’ve resurrected the Prince George Canoe Race, something that’s been in hiatus for a long time.”
There’s also Willow River Daze, a guided heritage walking tour, an accessibility festival and a community celebration in the VLA.
“We’ve really tried to work with all areas of the community and the VLA Community Enhancement Association have a parade, barbecue and family fun day on Sunday,” says Krause.
“We need to acknowledge accessibility issues in our community and celebrate what we’ve been able to accomplish so far so Spinal Cord Injury BC is hosting events at Kinsmen Place Sunday.”
Following this weekend he says more events are planned until July 19 including music each day at Canada Games Plaza.
For a full listing of things to do click here.