Stacy Ollenberger is the Show Manager for the event. She says the show is suppose to be a fun event for first time riders.“Our show is more like a school show, so we have a lot of young riders, or riders that have never shown before, so we try to give them some feedback so that they can improve their riding,” she says. “We try to make it a fun show, and today is English, so right now we’re doing English flat classes, and then later on we’ll be doing the jumper.”She says despite having a small turn 0ut for this year’s event, the riders and volunteers help make it a success.- Advertisement -“We have a small show this year, we kind of picked a bad weekend, there are a few other things going on,” she says. “Even if we have small numbers, we have great people that come, so it’s a relaxed and fun atmosphere.”The aims to tell riders the reasoning behind their placing at the event, so they know what to focus on as they improve their skills on a horse.“We typically try to get judges here who will give positive criticism, so help them, and tell them why they placed where they placed,” Ollenberger states. “So if they placed lower, they’ll tell them what to work on to improve their placings for next year, which is a good thing because some shows you go to, you get judged, and they don’t tell you why you’re judged that way.”Advertisement Ollenberger also notes that the community support for the show has been great, and that there would be no event without them. Day two continues tomorrow with western classes, with the events getting underway at 9 a.m.
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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, consider seeing Dr. Kearney Middle School Musical Theatre’s latest production, Into the Woods Jr.It debuted last night at the North Peace Culture Centre, and continues tonight and tomorrow night. The show starts at 7 p.m. and runs for an hour and a half.The musical follows a baker and his wife, who learn they’ve been cursed by the Witch next door. They embark on a quest — deceiving and stealing from such already-victimized characters as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, and Rapunzel — to get the things they need to break the spell.- Advertisement -However, the story isn’t as simple as ‘happily ever after,’ as decisions come with consequences.Into the Woods Jr., appropriate for all ages, is based on the Broadway production which won several Tony Awards, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and the original book by James Lapine.It’s noted that there may be minimal use of a fog machine during the production.Advertisement Tickers are on sale, $15 for Adults, $13 for Students/Seniors, and $11 for Children. Children under five have free admission. Tickets can be bought at the NPCC Box Office.
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