Iqaluit This Week

By NUNATSIAQ NEWS

Halloween party
Saturday, October 30, 8 p.m., the Storehouse. Tickets are $25 and are available at the bar. Prizes are awarded for best costume, best costumed couple, and best theme (involving three or more people).

Spook-a-rama
The fifteenth annual Spook-a-rama teen dance is on Halloween night this Sunday, October 31. Tickets are required in advance and are available at the Makkuttukkuvik Youth Centre or the Recreation Office
for $2.

The Spook-a-rama bus starts picking up teenagers at 6:30 p.m. at Inuksuk High School, Northmart and Abe Okpik Hall, then brings them to the secret location. Teenagers are asked to be at one of the three locations at 6:30 p.m. Fabulous prizes will be awarded for best costume. For more info, call Amy at 979-5620.

Power rate review hearings
Thursday, November 4 and Friday, November 5, the Utility Rates Review Council will hold public hearings on the Nunavut Power Corporation’s rate hike application. Location TBA.

Cape Dorset 2004 Print Collection
Exhibition and sale at the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum until November 28.

Upcoming

Fall Classical Concert
Saturday, November 6, 7:30 p.m., St. Jude’s Anglican Cathedral. The Iqaluit Music Society presents the Community Choir and Chamber Orchestra, Iqaluit fiddlers, Inuksuk High School Band, singer Alison Lee and pianist Bella Lamb, and special guest violinist Patrick Bismuth. Tickets, $20, can be purchased at Unikkaarvik Visitor’s Centre or from music society members. For more info, call Heather Daley at 975-2351.

Second annual D.A.R.E. Comedy Fundraiser
November 5 and 6, comedian David Bruce and special guest appearing at the Gallery Dining Room at the Frobisher Inn. Advance tickets available at the Bank of Montreal, $20.

To have your event listed, free of charge, please call 979-5357, fax 979-4763, or send an email to saram@nunatsiaq.com.

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