The 66th Men's Marine Bonspiel is taking place in Prince Rupert from Friday to Sunday.

What to do in Rupert this weekend: March 10-12

Wondering what to do in Prince Rupert this weekend? We've got you covered.

Creative Jam all weekend long

Starting Friday night, residents are getting their creativity on with workshops for knitters, photographers, painters, comedy, skit writing and more.

Registration started in February to sign up for one workshop, and to dabble in other workshops.

The event is organized by the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council and takes place at the Lester Centre for the Arts.

Registration is still open for quilting and the gospel choir workshops. Visit the website for more information.

Sports

Year-End Skating Show

The Prince Rupert Skating Club is putting on its year-end show on Saturday, called Canada turns 150 Ice Gala.

The show will showcase Prince Rupert’s young skaters, skating to songs by Canadian artists.

Door open at 6:30 p.m. and showtime is at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $10 for youth and adults, $5 for children and free for kids under 3.

Tickets can be purchased at Oceanside Sports or at the door.

Curling Bonspiel

The curling season will soon come to an end, but not before the 66th Men’s Marine Bonspiel this weekend, complete with the slogan “Come throw some rocks at our houses.”

The tournament will take place from Friday to Sunday. Highlights of the weekend include four events, a seafood dinner on Friday night, a dinner on Saturday night, many other prizes and featuring Wheelhouse Gillnetter on tap.

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