A range of activities are planned for the day at the Rotary Waterfront Park, with cultural dancers, music and family activities the focus of the eight hours to celebrate and recognize Aboriginal people across the nation.
Along with the family events, those attending the Prince Rupert event have an opportunity to collect on a range of door prizes to be offered throughout the day.
Should the weather prove not to cooperate with the day's plans, events will be moved to the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre complex on McBride Street.
|Rotary Waterfront Park is the destination for Thursday's |
National Aboriginal Day Celebrations in Prince Rupert,
Should the weather not cooperate, the events
will be shifted to the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre
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The Prince Rupert National Aboriginal Day committee has also added a Free Swim to their calendar of local events, with that event set for June 23rd from 2 until 4 PM.
Updates on the plans ahead for Thursday's celebration can be found from the National Aboriginal Day Facebook page for Prince Rupert available here.
As we get closer to the end of the month, the Canada Day festivities loom just over the horizon and Prince Rupert's Special Events Society has issued the call for a bit of help in putting on this years celebration of Canada's 151st Birthday.
That event is scheduled to take place July 1st, from Noon to 4 PM at the city's Mariner's Memorial Park, Special events is looking for volunteers for two shifts of the day's events from Noon to 2 or 2 until 4 PM.
If you can help out, contact them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 250-624-9118
Organizers would like to have potential helpers call in by June 27th to help with their planning for the day's activities.
Find out more about Prince Rupert Special Event's plans for Canada Day from their Facebook page.