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Known best for his Northern-inspired paintings Robbie Craig is moving into the fashion world with pendants. - photo courtesy of Robbie Craig
Painter's art turns into silver
Robbie Craig turns paintings into jewelry

Best known for his Northern-inspired paintings, artist Robbie Craig is taking his work from canvas to runway. With vibrant works reminiscent to painter Lawrence Harris, Craig has been capturing the North with his paint brush since 2006. News LinkContinued

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Entertainment Notes

E-mail: entertainment@nnsl.com Friday, July 3, 2015

March festival has new board in charge

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The snow may not yet be falling but that's not stopping the Snowking Winter Festival board from getting a head start.

Six new people were elected to take on roles last week.

That includes Janna Graham as program co-ordinator, Nico Todd-Cullen as volunteer co-ordinator, Karen Mitten on sponsorship and Stephen Folkers taking over funding. David Zethof as well as Sheila Bassi-Kellett are now acting as board members.

Library offers book worm fun

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - Usually, people don't get medals for reading, but that's about to change.

The Summer Reading Club, run by the Yellowknife Public Library, is taking off this summer, giving children the opportunity to win rewards for reading.

Children who read 49 days and track their progress are to get a medal as motivation.

The reading adventure is for children from age three to 12.

Movie showcases B.C. beauty

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - Take a trip to the west coast Monday through film.

The Northern Frontier Visitors Centre is hosting STAND, a movie that showcases B.C.'s coast and what's at stake if the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline goes through.

The movie explores B.C's aboriginal culture as well as a tour of all its scenery.

The film begins at 7 p.m, with admission by donation.

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