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The Nude & Rude Revue Presents: Guilty Pleasures!

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*TICKETS AVAILABLE VIA: https://getrudewhitehorse.brownpapertickets.com * Returning to Whitehorse for their second year, Skagway’s very own burlesque troupe, The Nude & Rude Revue, brings more debauchery and merriment than ever before! Come celebrate, indulge, and join the spectacle Friday & Saturday, September 27th & 28th at the North of Ordinary Experience Center. Two shows each night! […]

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Annual Summer Closing Party

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Celebrate the season’s end with the Family Literacy Centre at our summer location, The Pioneer Hotel in Shipyards Park. Check out our upcoming Fall Programs, eat some cake, enjoy some snacks and activities, and browse the Free Book Store. You can check-out the Fireweed Market too! See you there. *This event is FREE and EVERYONE […]

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Summer Kick-Off Party!

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It’s that time of year again! Join the Family Literacy Centre at our summer location, The Pioneer Hotel in Shipyards Park, for our annual Summer Kickoff Party. Have some cake, enjoy some snacks and activities, and browse the Free Book Store. You can check-out the Fireweed Market too! See you there. *This event is FREE […]

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Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Festival

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The Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Festival presents an inclusive, innovative, and community-minded festival of visual printmaking, literature, publishing, and heritage. Featured guests include emerging and established printmakers, publishers, and writers, all embracing a spirit of independent creativity while remaining open to collaborative processes. Printmaking workshops and daytime Festival events take place in the […]

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CASTING CALL for Gwaandak Theatre’s Indigenous Summer Play Readings!

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Gwaandak Theatre is seeking performers for our 2019 Indigenous Summer Play Readings, taking place in Whitehorse June 11 & 13, with an encore reading of one play on July 4 at Adäka Cultural Festival. Auditions: May 29th, 6-8pm, at Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre. Open to anyone ages 16 and up, with priority to Indigenous actors. […]

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5th Annual Meadow Lakes Golf Tournament

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The 5th Annual Meadow Lakes Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, June 2 2018 at the Meadow Lakes Golf and Country Club. This tournament is in support of the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada, BC and Yukon Chapter. Children’s Wish the largest all Canadian Wish Granting charity, that grants wishes to Canadian Children diagnosed […]

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Porter Creek Secondary Craft Sale

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Porter Creek Secondary Grad Class of 2018 invites you to join us at our Christmas Craft Sale! Come by and do some Christmas shopping in the PCSS cafeteria for 2 days; December 2nd from 10am-4pm & December 3rd. For more info or to book a table email: zabrina.rm.leslie@hotmail.com

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Freedom has never felt so good

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Unmatched beauty lies in the snow-kissed mountains, glacial lakes, fjords, rivers, valleys, and lush forests of Alaska. Visiting this majestic wilderness isn’t a question—but how you want to explore it may be a slightly tougher decision. With multiple trip options, you can make your Alaskan journey your own and ensure you return home with unique […]

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Season of Swans

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Spring comes to the Yukon with longer days, warmer weather, blue skies and melting snow. After a long winter, signs of spring are welcomed. One of the most anticipated portents of spring is the arrival of swans. Swans, as well as other waterbirds, arrive in the Yukon in April each year. M’Clintock Bay on Marsh […]

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