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Things to do this weekend in PG: Sept. 7 - 9

You made it past the first week of school and now it’s time to celebrate! Let us help you let loose this weekend with all of the fun things to do around Prince George!

POPS in the Park: Broadway - Free Concert

When: Sunday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Where: Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park. In the event of rain, the concert will take place at St. Michael's Church, 1505 – 5th Ave.

<who>Photo Credit: The Prince George Symphony Orchestra</who>

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra Presents POPS in the Park: Broadway.

Bring down the entire family to watch and enjoy FREE live music. What a great way to celebrate the end of summer!

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Back to School Bash with Flying Machine and Britt AM

When: Saturday 9 p.m. - Midnight

Where: Legion 43 PG

<who>Photo Credit: Britt AM</who>

Shake off the back to school blues with Flying Machine PG and Britt AM as they keep the dance floor flooded with tunes all night long!

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The Great Park Escape

When: Saturday Noon - 4 p.m.

Where: Lheidli T'Enneh Memorial Park

Head down to Lheidli T'Enneh Park this Saturday for a family friendly event suitable for all ages.

Join Connect PG and Prince George Hospice Society as the recognize all the great not for profit organizations we have here in the city.

Dazzle up your your bike for the ‘Best Decorated Bike Contest’, learn how to construct a kite, take a turn on the bouncy castle and so much more.

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Chris Gordon & Shane Clark LIVE

When: Friday 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Saturday 7 p.m.

Where: Sonar Comedy and NightClub

<who>Photo Credit: Sonar Comedy and NightClub</who>

Give yourself a much-needed break from the first week back to school at Sonar this weekend.

Great for a date night or an evening out with friends and family. Plus, you won’t need to hit the gym for extra ab exercises!

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Open Drum Circle

When: Sunday 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Where: Omineca Arts Centre

Drums played an important role in many indigenous festivals, ceremonies and celebrations.

Through the pounding of the drums one learns culture, history and stories of the past.

Everyone is welcome to the Open Drum Circles whether it’s to learn, observe or participate.

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