Spring Break up Professional Bull Riding at the EnCana Events Centre

first_img11TH ANNUAL SPRING BREAK UP PARTY & DANCEProfessional Bull RidingFRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010ENCANA EVENTS CENTRE – DAWSON CREEK- Advertisement -Doors 6:00pm       Show 7:00pm You can join the Moose FM Facebook Page and you’ll get the chance to buy tickets starting Tuesday at 10am.  Click here, to join the Facebook GroupTickets available at Tiger Box Office Plus, Dawson Co-op High Performance Ticket Outlet, or call 877-339-TIXX to charge by phone or online at www.dawsonco-optickets.comTickets (incl. GST) $40.00 / $35.00/ $25.00* (additional charges may apply)*$25.00 ticket excludes dance in the dirt. Two pieces of government ID are required to enter the Dance with your ticket +19 event. Advertisement Dawson Creek, British Columbia (February, 22, 2010) Get ready for the best time of the year the 11th Annual Spring Break Up is back with a vengeance as the Bulls return. When the top thirty professional Bull Riders along with the top fifteen Junior Steer Riders storm into the EnCana Events Centre for the 11th Annual Spring Break Up Party Friday, April 23rd, Witness firsthand the non-stop, hard-hitting action, adrenaline-packed evening, as the best bull riders in Canada will battle the rankest bulls in Dawson Creek.Traveling with them will be the baby Bull Riders, the top fifteen Canadian Steer Riders, riding for the richest purse and buckle in Canada, right here on Dawson Creek soil, and if that isn’t enough, you can kick up you heals at the dirtiest dance in the Peace after the grueling ride is over.This is will be best Spring Break Up Party ever, the bull riders are coming…EnCana Event centre, Friday April 23center_img TICKETS ON SALE THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 @ 10AM LOCAL TIME OrAdvertisementlast_img read more

Hamiltons Native Womens Centre shuts down transitional housing program

first_imgAPTN National NewsThe Native Women’s Centre in Hamilton has been forced to make the tough decision to close its transitional housing program.Now, it is scrambling to find housing for its clients.APTN’s Delany Windigo has this story.last_img