Here are five activities to keep you busy - and out of the trouble this weekend in the South Peace.
Awareness march Friday evening
May 5th is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The Nawican Friendship Centre is partnering with Matteah Ridley to raise conversations through awareness in our community and to draw attention to the thousands of lives who have been taken throughout our history.
Please join us for a march starting at 6pm at the N.A.R. Park (traffic circle)/
Touching your angels and ancestors
Start a two day interactive workshop being confident in your ability to connect with your own spirit guides and trust your intuition through a variety of spiritual techniques trained by two Spiritual Mediums.
Learn the understanding of your Frequency and how to manipulate it on purpose at KPAC.
Youth are baking
Youth group Young Life Dawson Creek has a May 6 dessert banquet – seeing youth in the program bake desserts for the evening. May 6 at 7pm at the Senior Citizens Hall.
It’s craft fair time at the DC mail this weekend.
Greenhouse open house
It is BBQ and bevvies time at the 9 to 5 open house of Aspen Valley Farms greenhouse - south of DC on 815 Berry Rd. (end of 213 Rd on way to Pouce Coupe)