Trails & Rec Sites
Local and regional trail maps are available at the Visitor's Information Centre.
Learn to clown, juggle, stilt walk, and trapeze in a week long circus camp. May 4-8 from 330-730pm. Cost $89. Phone 250.615.3000 to register
Ferry Island will be closed to the public on April 7 & 8 to do dangerous tree removal
MMBC, Multi-Material BC news release announcing recycling depot in Terrace. Starting today, Terrace and area residents can take their packaging and printed paper recyclables to Do Your Part Recycling, located at 3220 River Drive, without charge, as it joins the Multi-Material BC (MMBC) network of nearly 200 depots. Click here for details.
Please be advised that Multi-Material BC (MMBC) is adding to the network of nearly 200 depots across BC by opening up a Depot in the Terrace area.
Do you have a backyard fire pit or are you thinking of getting one? We've put together a brochure to explain what is permitted in Terrace.
Extra refuse is collected from City residents, without charge, during clean-up week.
Attention Terrace residents!!
Composting pick up has now ended for the season but for those that wish to continue composting throughout the winter, we have backyard composters on sale at Terrace Public Works, located at 5003 Graham Avenue, starting today!
Please see attached poster for full details.
Apr 16 2015 to May 01 2015
The Pacific Northwest Music Festival is celebrating their Golden Anniversary this year! Come experience music and performing arts by students from all over the region. See website for more information: http://www.pnmf.ca/
Apr 20 2015 to Apr 20 2015
2015-16 School Registration and Kindergarten Open House at Spring Creek Adventist Christian School @ 5401 McConnell Cres Terrace BC V8G 0C5
Apr 23 2015 to Apr 23 2015
Please join us for a free informational workshop to learn about Love Terrace, a unique online marketing program showcasing independent, non-franchise businesses in the region.
Apr 24 2015 to Apr 24 2015
Everyone is welcome to attend a 2-day exhibition by first and second year students from the First Nations Fine Arts Certificate & Diploma programs at NWCC. The annual "Arts of the North" exhibition showcases a wide variety of original wooden carved pieces created by our students during the 2014-15 academic year.