Dec 09 2013
“A dream so beautiful you remember it all your life, always wishing you could get back into that dream again.” Peter and Lucy Pevensie may be adults now, but a regular life in London cannot compare to their adventures in the land of Narnia. When they revisit The Wardrobe, they are soon caught up in their memories and relive their journey through the land where it was always winter and never Christmas. The land where Peter and Lucy, joined by their siblings, were not mere children, but warriors for the great Lion Aslan, defeaters of the White Witch, and finally, kings and queens. The land no one can forget once they have experienced it.
By telling C.S. Lewis’ beloved tale with only two actors, “we give the audience room to see their Narnia, superimposed on the story Peter and Lucy, play out”, says Pacific Theatre’s Artistic Director Ron Reed. “The opportunity to participate in co-creating the world of the play… perhaps is the essence of live theatre.”
Bring the whole family to see this beloved story told in a fresh and imaginative way.
Dec 07 2013
The Winter 2014 Activity Guide for the City of Kamloops is now available online: http://www.city.kamloops.bc.ca/activityguide/pdfs/13-Winter/12-10-ActivityGuide.pdf
Aquatic Registration Only begins December 10, 2013 at 8:30 a.m.
General Registration begins December 11, 2013 at 8:30 a.m.
Dec 06 2013
The Westsyde Neighbourhood Watch is a non-profit, volunteer based organization founded and formed on the principles of working towards a safer community for all who live in Westsyde.
They are holding their 1st Annual Toy Drive for Christmas Amalgamated and have a goal of collecting 200 toys this season. Please consider dropping off an unopened toy at the following locations:
- The Little Red Store (3010 Westsyde Road)
- Oak Hills Grocery (2501 Sandpiper Dr.)
- Westsyde Fellowship Church (2833 Westsyde Road)
- The Hamlets in Westsyde (3255 Overlander Dr.)
Bums Away began over 4 years ago in the small town of Brockville, Ontario. At the time, Kristie’s daughter was 1-1/2 and in cloth diapers. There were no local cloth diaper stores in Brockville, so Kristie began Bums Away. Over the years, the local cloth diapering community grew with more and more people considering and using cloth. Kristie enjoyed meeting with Brockville parents interested in cloth diapering during monthly cloth diapering evenings and at the Great Cloth Diaper Change, which she organized for 3 years in Brockville.
Over the years, Bums Away has grown and so has Kristie’s family. While her daughter was finished with diapers years ago, her 1-1/2 year old son is a sometimes guinea pig + READ MORE
Dec 04 2013
Looking for something fun to do with your family on a Saturday evening? Don’t have a sitter but still want to get out and have an adult conversation? There’s a solution!
The Barnhartvale Community Association organizes several family dances a year, and they are open to everyone! The dances feature a dj and lighting system with plenty of family-friendly music to get the whole family out on the dance floor.
After attending several of these dances with my husband and two children, I can truthfully state that they are a lot of fun; The kids get to dance and burn energy that they otherwise wouldn’t get to when out “visiting” with adults. Also, a concession is available for them to quickly re-hydrate and re-fuel between songs.