Whitehorse Daily Star

July 28, 2014

 PERFORMING TONIGHT

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

PERFORMING TONIGHT – The Extremely Moving Youth Society’s Interactive Dance and Technology Installation will be presented from 7:00 to 8:00 this evening at Leaping Feats, 38 Lewes Blvd. This is a free event, and the dancers have been working with U.K.- based artists makeAMPLIFY.

FOX FUND-RAISER CONTINUES

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

FOX FUND-RAISER CONTINUES – The three-month-old red fox found injured in April at Marsh Lake is seen Tuesday afternoon at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. A fund-raiser has been launched to build an enclosure next to the Arctic fox enclosure. There has been $1,000 raised so far toward the $10,000 goal.

HEADED FOR SMITHERS

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

HEADED FOR SMITHERS – The two bear cubs at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve are living in a trailer until they can be sent to Smithers, B.C., where they will spend the winter. Their mother was shot by conservation officers last week in Whitehorse.

 FRENZIED FODDER

Photo by Dan Davidson

FRENZIED FODDER – Feeding Frenzy, from Fairbanks, Alaska, performs at the past weekend’s Dawson City Music Festival.

ON TOP OF THE WORLD

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

ON TOP OF THE WORLD – Argentina players celebrate their second straight junior men’s world softball title Sunday after beating New Zealand 9-0 in the championship final held at the Pepsi Softball Centre in Whitehorse.

JUMPING INTO SHOW WEEKEND

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

JUMPING INTO SHOW WEEKEND – Anna Ramminger and Sitka go over a jump Wednesday evening on the North Ridge Community Association show grounds. This year’s Yukon Horse and Rider Association horse show will be held this evening through Sunday at the new grounds off Burma Road north of Whitehorse.