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April
01
Monday

Intensive Grazing Workshop Dawson Creek

NEAT's Northern Co-Hort has partnered with the Peace River Regional Cattleman's Association and are proud to present Steve Kenyon of Greener Pastures Ranching to facilitate Intensive Grazing workshops in both Dawson Creek and Fort St John on April 1 and 2, 2019. Monday April 1, 2019 - Dawson Creek -  9-4 pm - Northern Lights College, Room 125 Health and Science Building Topics Include: Grazing concepts, grazing principles, pasture plans, cell design, riparian areas, rejuvenation, biodiversity, soil health, water systems, winter water systems, weed control, fencing, grazing chart, off grid, dormant season grazing, swath grazing, residue grazing, bale grazing, human resources, economics and finances. Cost: $30 for non-members            $25 if you are a member of one of the Regional Cattleman's Associations or NEAT. Lunch will be provided and space is limited.  Please pre-register for your space today at www.neat.ca or call the NEAT offices at 250-785-6328. Special thanks to FBC (Farm Business Consultants) for partially funding these workshops and providing a short informative video on Farm Financial Management.        -The Northern Co-Hort Team
Registered Non-profit      Dawson Creek
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April
02
Tuesday

Intensive Grazing Workshop Fort St John

NEAT's Northern Co-Hort has partnered with the Peace River Regional Cattleman's Association and are proud to present Steve Kenyon of Greener Pastures Ranching to facilitate Intensive Grazing workshops in both Dawson Creek and Fort St John on April 1 and 2, 2019. Tuesday April 2, 2019 - Fort St John - 9-4 pm - NEAT offices - 10003 95th ave above the NEAT Finds thrift store Topics Include: Grazing concepts, grazing principles, pasture plans, cell design, riparian areas, rejuvenation, biodiversity, soil health, water systems, winter water systems, weed control, fencing, grazing chart, off grid, dormant season grazing, swath grazing, residue grazing, bale grazing, human resources, economics and finances. Cost: $30 for non-members            $25 if you are a member of one of the Regional Cattleman's Associations or NEAT. Lunch will be provided and space is limited.  Please pre-register for your space today at www.neat.ca or call the NEAT offices at 250-785-6328. Special thanks to FBC (Farm Business Consultants) for partially funding these workshops and providing a short informative video on Farm Financial Management. 
Registered Non-profit      Fort St. John
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April
10
Wednesday

Ovcmt Massage College Info Session

Have you thought about a career as a Registered Massage Therapist? Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy is hosting an Info Session in Fort St. John on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.  Have questions?  Practical Director Robynne Madill, RMT will be providing information about our massage therapy program and answering questions.     Topics to be covered will be: ·         Program Overview ·         Intake Dates ·         Acceptance Process ·         Pre-requisites ·         Employment Opportunities Post Graduation ·         Career Scope ·         BHSc Degree Option – partnership with Thompson Rivers University ·         Advanced Placement Option for Kinesiology Graduates Please call or email to register or for more information 800-701-8863  heatherk@ovcmt.com
Business/Promotion Event      Fort St. John
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April
13
Saturday

Fraser Campbell Live In Concert

Fraser Campbell Live in Concert Saturday April 13, 2019 @ 6 pm   Tickets $10/person or $25/family https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fraser-campbell-concert-tickets-58675820960
Charlie Lake Community Church      Fort St. John
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June
02
Sunday

Walk To End Als

Please join us on June 2nd for the 2nd annual Walk to End ALS (yes, the name has changed a little!) Registration for the event will begin at 10am. There will be food, music, games, raffles, activities and lots for the whole family to do. The walk is about 4km long but the route brings you back to the Greenspace multiple times, if you need to shorten your distance.We are encouraging you to sign up teams this year and challenge other teams to raise money as well. Sports team vs. sports team. Business vs. business. School vs. school. Create some competition and let's make this year better than last!Go to this site to register for this walk:http://events.alsbc.ca/site/TR/WalkforALS/ALSBCTeamRaiser?fr_id=1341&pg=entryThe Walk to End ALS is the largest volunteer-led fundraiser for ALS Societies across Canada. Family-friendly and fun, it unites Canadians in their desire to put an end to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Celebrate hope for a future without ALS. Honour those we have loved and lost. Show support for the 3,000 Canadians and their families living with the disease.Your fundraising efforts and generous donations support the best ALS research in the country and enable ALS Societies to provide community-based support to people and families living with the disease.
Registered Non-profit      Fort St. John
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