Volunteers Needed for PG Iceman

The 33rd Annual Prince George Iceman takes place on February 9th and we are urgently looking to fill volunteer spots across all of our venues and along the route.

We depend on our awesome volunteers every year to ensure that our event runs smoothly and safely. Close to 150 volunteers are needed at the event venues (Otway Ski Club, Olympic Ice Oval and the Aquatic Centre) and along both the 10km and 5km running routes. If you are interested in being one of our incredibly generous helpers you will be given plenty of high fives, more thank you’s than you can count and a FREE LUNCH at the post race banquet and entered to win some amazing draw prizes. Please click the link below and fill out the information requested so that we can put you in the best spot possible.


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For more information about the types of positions available, check out http://www.pgiceman.ca/volunteers

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Prince George Pride is in need of volunteers out for January 3 at the prince George cougars/ pride night at the cougars game. They need dozens of flag holders to be on the ice and some volunteers for out and about. They also need some vendors if you’d like to sell anything but food product. PM on their facebook page to volunteer. https://www.facebook.com/yourpridepg/

Celebration of Lights 2019

Wednesday December 18, 2019 | 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum , 850 River road

Join us this season for “Celebration of Lights” at Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum.
With over 100,000 Christmas lights, the Museum transforms into a true Winter Wonderland. Enjoy a walk or hop onto the Cottonwood Minirail Express to explore the 8-acre park. Our Christmas Village is so spectacular, you’ll think you’re in the Swiss Alps. Roast Hot Dogs and Marshmallows over bonfires or enjoy a delicious meal from our concession (train rides and concession for purchase).
We’ll welcome a very special guest in a red suit at the Museum from December 18th to 23rd, as well as live entertainment on selected dates and times which will be posted prior to the event.
On December 18th, admission to the park will be free with a non-perishable food item donation.

Big Brothers Big Sisters needs wrappers!

Big Brothers Big Sisters is back operating the wrapping booth in Pine Centre Mall. We are excited to be working with Pine Centre Mall and Hub City Volkswagen again this year and want to build on the success from last year’s booth.  Every gift we wrap helps raise money to support BBBS programming here in Prince George.

We know everyone had a great time wrapping gifts last year in the booth. We are hoping that you would like to volunteer your time once again wrapping gifts this year.

We have a schedule set up online for you to look at and pick which days and times work for you to volunteer.  Sign up for as many shifts as you would like.

Please click here to sign up for your shifts!  https://bigsnbc.ivolunteer.com/giftwrapping

Upcoming Training

Volunteering for the Crisis Centre can be a very rewarding experience. The work, although at times challenging, is very fulfilling. Many people from all walks of life, with many different life experiences and backgrounds, choose to volunteer. You do not need any experience, we will ensure you are fully trained and prepared to answer all the calls.

There are many benefits to volunteering with the Crisis Centre. Volunteering brings us into contact with people and issues that we might otherwise not encounter. These experiences can cause us to re-evaluate long-held beliefs and prejudices. In time, new beliefs may arise that are truer to our expanded experience of life.

Volunteering offers career changers opportunities to explore new career fields, try out new skills and gain work experience for their resume. Also, volunteerism provides many opportunities for leaving a legacy. Through volunteering, one can have a lasting impact on individuals, institutions and even communities.

If you are an empathic, caring individual interested in giving back to your community, please find out more about volunteering with us. We would love to have you on board!

We are currently interviewing for our January 2020 Training.

Next Volunteer Training

The dates for January training include (and you must be available for all of these):

January 11th and 12th – Classroom training

January 18th and 19th- ASIST

January 25th and 26th Classroom training

For more information call Emily at 250-564-9312 or email: program.coordinator@crisis-centre.ca


Prince George Council of Seniors seeks a personable, patient, and empathetic problem solver to join their team as a Volunteer Engagement Coordinator. The incumbent will be responsible for recruitment, scheduling, and monitoring of volunteers. The incumbent will also be required to create and maintain a social media presence for the Council of Seniors to help in the recruitment of volunteers and sharing the supports and services available through the Council of Seniors. For complete job description visit the indeed site HERE


Volunteer applications are now being accepted for the 2020 World Women’s Championship, which is scheduled for March 14-22 at the CN Centre in Prince George.

Being part of a world championship behind the scenes is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so it’s recommended that you get involved quickly. A variety of volunteer roles are available for set-up and takedown, working in the stands during games and behind the scenes at various checkpoints. Volunteers are also needed for a variety of media roles and assisting in keeping lounges stocked with refreshments and food.

The world-famous Patch, located just a short indoor walk away from the main CN Centre arena, will also be in full swing during the event. The party zone will be electrifying with live music and more. Volunteers make it all possible by bartending, bussing, assisting patrons with the cashless banking system and enjoying the camaraderie of the Patch.

All volunteers pay a $100 rewards fee, which includes:

• Official volunteer uniform and handbook
• Limited edition volunteer pin
• Access to the venue when not on shift (space permitting)
• Access to the Patch with live entertainment
• Invitation to the volunteer appreciation party.

The 2020 World Women’s Curling Championship will feature 13 teams, including Team Canada — the winner of the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw, Sask.

To become a volunteer, visit: volunteer.curling.ca/2020worldwomen.

Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving

Monday October 14, 2019  |  10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Huble Homestead Historic Site, 15 000 Mitchell Road

Help us give thanks for another great season by joining us for a Thanksgiving celebration!

Push away from the table and take a break from the turkey by heading out to Huble Homestead to enjoy the fresh, fall air! Bundle up and enjoy the crisp conditions outdoors, then warm up with a cup of apple cider or hot chocolate, or by roasting marshmallows for s’mores at the fire pit.

Enjoy the changing colours of the leaves while you sip from a hot drink, or sample the soup from the special autumn menu. Don’t miss your last chance to shop in the General Store, and take advantage of our season-end 10% off sale!

Huble Homestead Historic Site is a 30 minute drive north of Prince George, BC. Leave the city behind, and make your way up Highway 97, before turning off on Mitchell Road to continue another 6 kilometres down a well-maintained dirt road.

Huble Homestead is dog friendly and open daily for guided tours and shopping in the General Store. Enjoy a picnic or purchase lunch from the BBQ as you relax in the fresh air. Admission is by donation, with a recommended amount of $10.00 per family.

Contact:  2505647033  |  programs@hublehomestead.ca


The BC Museums Association conference will take place in Prince George September 30 to Oct 2! It’s been over a decade since this professional conference was held in the north, and the sold out event will see over 140 museum professionals converge on our city in just a few weeks.

Volunteers are needed to assist at the registration desk on Monday, Sept 30, Tuesday, Oct 1, and Wednesday, Oct 2. This is a great opportunity for individuals with an interest in the museum, gallery, and heritage sector to meet professionals from around the province and take the opportunity to learn from knowledgeable conference presenters by attending complimentary sessions in exchange for volunteer shifts. To express your interest in volunteering, please contact Vanessa Gelhaar, BCMA Operations Manager at operations@museumsassn.bc.ca. More information about the conference sessions and speakers may be found at http://museumsassn.bc.ca/conferences/current-conference/2019-conference-speakers/.