Prince Rupert Special Events

New events added to 40th Seafest

New events added to 40th Seafest

Prince Rupert’s annual festival welcomes new activities to “the Way It Was”

 

The 27th annual Children’s Festival was full of fun and laughter thanks to the helping hands of volunteers, as well as the time and funds of more than a dozen donors. Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain, Ken Copping of the Lions Club, Prince Rupert Port Authority Irene Mills, Lani Dyck from Bytown Diesel Sales, Rosa May Syring of the Filipino Canadian Association, Shawn MacDonald from the Loyal Order of the Moose #1051, president of the Rotary Club Karen Basso, Bob Payette from the District of Port Edward, Mike Pucci of DP World, Mary St. Louis of the Ladies Auxiliary Royal Canadian Legion Branch #27, Polly Pereira from the District of Port Edward and (front) Bev Killbery. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Another successful Children’s Festival thanks donors

The 27th annual Children’s Festival in Prince Rupert was helped along by more than a dozen donors

 

Jacob Reece took to the climbing wall at the 26th Annual Children’s Festival. This year’s events will take place on March 3. (File photo)

Puppets come to life at Children’s Festival in Prince Rupert

The 27th annual festival features Kellie Haines, puppets, a teddy bear clinic and more games

 

Children watch the 2017 Seafest parade, an event organized by Prince Rupert Special Events. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Special Events numbers drop, but festivals must go on

In the wake of the Prince Rupert Special Events AGM, the board is seeking new members

Children watch the 2017 Seafest parade, an event organized by Prince Rupert Special Events. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Lions Club members, left to right, Wayne Lundman, Jamie Scott, Paul Rajendram hand Bev Killbery a cheque for the 2017 Halloweenfest fireworks show in Prince Rupert. (Submitted)

Prince Rupert Lions Club donates $2000 to Halloweenfest fireworks show

Ensuring the 2017 celebrations will go off with a bang

  • Oct 4, 2017
Lions Club members, left to right, Wayne Lundman, Jamie Scott, Paul Rajendram hand Bev Killbery a cheque for the 2017 Halloweenfest fireworks show in Prince Rupert. (Submitted)
Prince Rupert residents were treated to a spectacular firework show on Saturday evening for Canada’s 150th birthday celebration. Matthew Allen photo                                Prince Rupert residents were treated to a spectacular firework show on Saturday evening for Canada’s 150th birthday celebration. Matthew Allen photo

UPDATE: Canada Day fireworks bigger than ever

Ready, aim, fireworks! This year $10,000 was spent for the evening Canada Day show in Prince Rupert

  • Jul 1, 2017
Prince Rupert residents were treated to a spectacular firework show on Saturday evening for Canada’s 150th birthday celebration. Matthew Allen photo                                Prince Rupert residents were treated to a spectacular firework show on Saturday evening for Canada’s 150th birthday celebration. Matthew Allen photo