REPORTING · 21st October 2013
The following events and holidays are coming up this week.
Monday, October 21st
The Regular Meeting of Kitimat City Council is jammed packed full of presentations and reports. It begins at 7:30 at the Council Chambers in the College.
Tuesday, October 22nd
The Seniors Centre is putting their soup and sandwich. The food starts at noon with a cost of $6 per person. They are asking people to sign up in advance. Following is a Medichair information session.
Friday, October 25th
The Kitimat Public Library is hosting Halloween Crafts. Children 7 years old and under are making crafts from 10:30 to 11:30 am. Children over 7 years get to make crafts from 1:00 until 2:00 pm
Saturday, October 26th
The Alcan Fun Run takes place at Riverlodge at 9:00 Am.
The Catholic Women’s League is holding their Annual Fall Bazaar in the Church Hall from 12:00 to 3:pm with the theme, around the world.
Let’s Talk Energy put on by KEDA takes place at Mount Elizabeth Theatre which features a presentation by Peter Tertzakian and an acoustic performance by Aaron Pritchett. There is a trade show in the cafeteria at 5:30 and the presentation begins at 7:00.
Sunday, October 27th
The Halloween Howl takes place at Riverlodge. Pumpkin carving takes place from 2:30-4:00 pm. Carving costs $10 per family and requires pre-registration. The howl itself takes place from 3:30-4:00 pm for preschoolers and from 4-6 for all ages. Entry to the Howl is by donation to the Food Bank.
First Nations, a majority of British Columbian’s, Raincoast and thousands more have spoken loud and clear – we stand together for an oil-free coast. With a decision on Enbridge’s Northern Gateway and an application for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain expansion both due this year, 2013 marks a critical point for the future of our coast. Join Raincoast and Douglas Channel Watch to be informed and inspired by the steps we’re taking to keep our coast oil-free. Join us for a screening of our films "Reflections" and "Groundswell" as well as Q and A with Raincoast, Douglas Channel Watch, First Nations and community leaders. Location: Riverlodge Recreation Centre- Community Room (Copied from Calendar)
If you know of an event which is missing from this list, which you think should be listed or any errors, please email me at walter,,,northwebpress.com or post it on our community calendar page.