Whitehorse Daily Star

November 21, 2019

LET THE GAMES BEGIN

Photo by John Tonin

LET THE GAMES BEGIN – The Canadian-Filipino Sports Association of Yukon kicked off its third season with an opening ceremony followed by basketball and volleyball games last Saturday at Vanier Catholic Secondary School.

THE SOUND OF MUSIC

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

THE SOUND OF MUSIC – Ellen Thompson, left, and Katie Avery perform Sunday at the first Gallery Recital Series put on by Whitehorse Concerts at the Yukon Arts Centre. The artwork in the gallery is Lillian Loponen’s ‘Into the Kalevala’ exhibit.

 ASPIRING PHOTOGRAPHER

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

ASPIRING PHOTOGRAPHER – Mike Prokopchuk had some photographs for sale Sunday at the United Church table at the Global Village Craft Fair. They were raising money for the Mission and Service Fund.

SURVEYING THE TERRAIN

Photo by Photo Submitted

SURVEYING THE TERRAIN – These two well-fed coyotes were spotted recently near the Whitehorse landfill. Photo by JANNIK SCHOU

GETTING INTO THE STEP OF THINGS

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

GETTING INTO THE STEP OF THINGS – Gurdeep Pandher and his dance students will present a Bhangra concert at 9:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at the Yukon Arts Centre. Immediately after the 90-minute concert, there will be free-style Bhangra dance with a DJ in the arts centre lobby for the audience to participate in and dance along with everyone. The show will feature Pandher and his dance students (seen here on Wednesday) as lead performers. Created with Yukoners, there will be many exceptional and world-class ‘dance-music’ fusions.

 TOP PERFORMER PLAYS FESTIVAL

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

TOP PERFORMER PLAYS FESTIVAL – Winnipeg performer Sierra Noble performs last Saturday evening at the Blue Feather Music Festival. She has performed around the world, including as an opening act for Paul McCartney, Kid Rock, and Bon Jovi. She released her fi rst album – a traditional Métis fiddle album – at the age of 13. Saturday’s show included local band Dinosoar, Leela Gilday and Crystal Shawanda.