Kayden Mercer will perform at the community hall in Rankin Inlet on Feb. 29, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
The concert will feature the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty, Johnny Cash and other classic artists.
Mercer’s performance is a fundraising effort for Northern Youth Abroad.
A total of eight teams competed in two divisions during the annual Arctic Atoms hockey tournament in Rankin Inlet last weekend.
Making up the North Division were the Rock Black, Arviat, Baker Lake and the Rankin Novice squad, while the South Division was comprised of the Rock White, Coral Harbour, Team Kivalliq and Naujaat.
As of print deadline, three teams – Arviat, Coral Harbour, and Rock White – were still in contention for the tourney championship.
An informative men’s workshop was scheduled to be held at the Baker lake community hall Feb. 17.
The workshop was to allow elders to teach those aged 16 and about dangerous ice areas around Baker Lake, as well as lands that become foggy when approached.
There was a question-and-answer session scheduled with the elders after presentation and maps were available for the participants to note the dangerous areas the elders spoke about.
A new Flurries program focused on basketball and futsal is beginning in Baker Lake for boys and girls in grades three to five.
The eight-week program on Sunday afternoons is being run by high school students Haley Hachey and Kristen Kablutstiak with adult assistance.