It's been the summer of events for Terrace, with the community still talking about last week's Northwest Regional Air Show and the variety of aviation that was showcased at the airport.
This week, the community presents its annual Riverboat Days and the 2022 edition is full of a large volume of events for those heading into the Skeena Valley community this weekend.
The Official start for events comes this evening at 7PM at George Little park sponsored by the City of Terrace, the signal that the weekend is underway comes with a blast from the black powder cannon.
Another signature event comes up on Saturday morning at 11 AM with the Riverboat Days Parade starting near City Hall on Lakelse Avenue travelling to the east end of the city.
Music in the Park, Sports events, dances and a lot more make for the weekend festival, though Riverboat Days really makes for a week long event, with a number of events carrying through until next weekend.
The anticipation has been high in the Skeena Valley for the last few months as the plans came together and the opportunity to once again put on a full summer festival following our last few years of COVID challenges.
Find the full list of what to take in from the Riverboat Days website here.
Keep up to date on any changes or last minute additions through the Riverboat Days Social Media Stream.
For those visiting Terrace this weekend, be sure to take pu the opportunity to win back some of your money spent at Riverboat Days, your windfall could be but one duck away in the Riverboat Days Wild Duck race hosted by the Terrace Rotarians, the ducks hit water at 10 AM on August 1st.
More notes on Northwest community events is available here.