Whitehorse Daily Star

May 25, 2016

A VICTORIA DAY WANDERER

Photo by freelancer

A VICTORIA DAY WANDERER – A fox is seen Monday in the Copper Ridge area. Photo by TERRY SCHEEL

ANOTHER SEASON BEGINS

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

ANOTHER SEASON BEGINS – Finn and Ross Beaulieu raise money Thursday afternoon for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at the season’s first Fireweed Community Market at Shipyards Park.

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OPENS

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OPENS – Helen O’Connor has curated an international exhibition featuring artworks made from handmade paper integrated with haiku and poetry at the Northern Front Studio Gallery. The show is presented by the Stovepipe Paper Artist Collective and IAPMA 30th anniversary events. It’s being held in conjunction with the Haiku Canada Conference 2016. The show will open at 5:00 this afternoon.

DOG DAYZ

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

DOG DAYZ – Yappy Hour was held Monday evening at the Whitehorse Waterfront Trolley Roundhouse. ‘Dogtown: the Musical’ hosted the Food Truck Festival, featuring treats and trolley rides for dogs. The musical will be presented at next month’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival in the Roundhouse. The trolley will open to this season’s riders on Saturday.

ON STAGE TOMORROW

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

ON STAGE TOMORROW – École Whitehorse Elementary School is presenting the musical ‘Je te raconte le Petit  Prince’ at the Yukon Arts Centre. After presenting a show early this afternoon, the young people will do it again Wednesday.

MARKING YUKON FRANCOPHONIE DAY

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

MARKING YUKON FRANCOPHONIE DAY – The Association franco-yukonnaise, together with the territorial French Language Services Directorate, celebrated the 10th Yukon Francophonie Day on Saturday afternoon at the MacBride Museum. Here, can can girls greet the guests.

RCMP issue rental scam alert

Whitehorse RCMP are warning potential renters to be aware of a rental scam that has been making the rounds in Whitehorse.