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  • Movie Night! Amelie

    • Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 07:00 PM
    • North of Ordinary in Whitehorse, YT, Canada
    • $7.00 CAD
    AMELIE (Audrey Tatou) grows up the lonely child of parents who do not know how to show their love for her. She becomes a thoughtful, quiet, observant girl who decides to change the lives of those around her, opening hearts to the adventure that is waiting for them, taking revenge on a cruel grocer, bringing together a couple who are afraid to show their longing for each other, and bringing the outside world to a reclusive painter and to her own father. But will she do for herself what she has done for others and find love with the mysterious collector of rejected photo booth pictures? And who is the "ghost" who appears in so many of the torn photos?
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  • DJKJ LIVE! @ North of Ordinary

    DJKJ LIVE! @ North of Ordinary

    LIVE! DANCE! PARTY!

    Featuring the Yukon's very own DJKJ

    You wouldn't think we would need to say much more than that, but here we are! It's getting cold, and we are ready to warm your hearts, minds, and souls with an incredible night of sounds, sights, and sensory overload.

    Tickets will be sold at the door and online.


    Doors open at 10pm and the dance party goes on all night long!!

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  • Nude & Rude Revue Burlesque Show

    Nude & Rude Revue Burlesque Show

    The Nude & Rude Revue is a burlesque variety troupe with a home base in Southeast Alaska and members hailing from all over the United States. Nude and Rude began as a state of mind and life philosophy shared by an eclectic group of artists working a summer season in Skagway, Alaska. We, the collective, believe -- above all -- in art, beauty, and love in all their forms. We strive to tantalize, empower, celebrate, and surprise with an array of acts fueled by humor, tease, and an abundance of glamour. We invite all humans into our world to escape and play. Let the skeptics become believers and the believers fall in love. We do not exist if we do not have each other. You are a part of us, and we are a part of you. Tonight we are all Nude and Rude.

    https://www.facebook.com/nudeandruderevue/

    Two shows will happen on Saturday: 7pm & 10pm

    Tickets will be $40 each and only 40 tickets are available for each show (available online or at the door -- if there are any left!!!)

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  • 10 Minutes to Tuk (Documentary)

    10 Minutes to Tuk

     

    In January 2018, Lead Photographer of Take Off Photography, Jason Cole embarked on an expedition to the Arctic, travelling the new road from Inuvik, Canada to Tuktoyaktuk, Canada with the goal of being the first to document this route. The new road, known as the Mackenzie Valley Highway, was completed in November of 2017 and provided access to an area that could only be accessed by ice road in the winter or plane in the summer prior to the new road’s construction. Jason’s journey started in Vancouver, Canada and to complete this trip, he outfitted a Ford Camper van, travelling in weather that hovered around -45 Celsius during the time he spent in Northern Canada. Known to locals as “the Visitor”, Jason discovered the challenges of winter in the North, often being isolated for miles in every direction during his journey, while learning about the landscapes and people that make this a unique place to visit. A portion of proceeds from any pictures sold will go to the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC.
     
    https://www.takeoffphotography.ca/Roads-Less-Travelled-Arctic
     
    Doors open at 7pm
    Tickets are $7.00 (and include a copy of the documentary)
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  • Church of Zombie LIVE! at North of Ordinary

    • Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 09:00 PM – October 28, 2018
    • North of Ordinary in Whitehorse, YT, Canada
    • $20.00 CAD

    Church of Zombie LIVE! at North of Ordinary

    Welcome to the North of Ordinary Halloween Freak Show!!

    Wonder over the weird and unsettling sounds of the Haunted Garage. 

    And then take in the spectacular spectacle that is the Church of Zombie!! 
    (https://www.facebook.com/ChurchofZombie/)

    And their ghoulish gang of Abscess of the Dog!!
    (https://www.facebook.com/Abscess-of-the-Dog-240072846070431/)

    Tickets will be available from the bands ($20 each) and at North of Ordinary (4201 4th Avenue -- in The Old Canadian Building) which will be totally haunted..

    Doors open at 9pm

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  • The New Customs LIVE! at North of Ordinary

    • Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 07:00 PM
    • North of Ordinary in Whitehorse, YT, Canada
    • $20.00 CAD

    LIVE! at North of Ordinary
    The New Customs from Winnipeg, Manitoba will be wrapping up their Aurora Trail Home Routes Tour with one final performance at the North of Ordinary Experience Centre. Doors open at 7:00 pm and the music will begin at 8:00 pm.

    Creativity. Chemistry. Captivating. No three words could better describe Indie folk duo The New Customs. Through their command of the many instruments they bring to the stage, along with sublime harmonies, thoughtful storytelling and razor-wit banter, Emma Cloney and Dale Brown are leaving audiences across the country wanting more. Capable of going from foot-stompers to tear-jerkers, ballads to barnburners, The New Customs are doing their home city of Winnipeg proud tour after tour, album after album.
     
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  • Movie Night! IT

    • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 07:00 PM
    • North of Ordinary in Whitehorse, YT, Canada
    • $7.00 CAD

    In IT, it's 1988 in the town of Derry, Maine, and little Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott) goes outside in the rain to sail the toy boat that his older brother, Bill (Jaeden Lieberher), made for him. The boat goes down the drain. Looking into the sewer, Georgie encounters a scary clown called Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) and disappears. The following summer, as school lets out, Bill and the other town outcasts -- including pretty Beverly Marsh (Sophia Lillis) and loudmouth Richie Tozier (Finn Wolfhard) -- are beset by bullies. They start to experience terrifying events of their own and notice that other kids in town are disappearing. Thanks to their new friend, Ben (Jeremy Ray Taylor), the teens discover that the waves of evil things seem to happen in cycles of 27 years and that all of it leads back to a well in the basement of a creepy old house. Bill vows to stop whatever it is that killed his brother.
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    Join us at North of Ordinary for a spooky screening of IT; if not, maybe you'll float too...

     

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  • 2019 Yukon, North of Ordinary Discovery Tour

    • Sunday, July 28, 2019 at 12:00 PM – August 05, 2019
    • The Yukon
    • $2,397.00 USD

    Yukon, North of Ordinary 2019 Discovery Tour

    A Magical and Mysterious Adventure in the Rugged North

    Yukon, North of Ordinary and Country Travel Discoveries are thrilled to introduce you to the wonders, natural beauty, and rugged character of Canada’s western-most territory. Travel through pristine landscapes by waterways and scenic rail routes, discover the First Nations roots of this diverse region, and meet people who thrive amid sometimes harsh conditions and living with nature. Local Yukonners/Yukonnais will share their knowledge of forestry, natural cooking, outdoors living, wildlife care, ancient indigenous cultures and much more. It’s an adventurous trip in a fascinating place you won’t soon forget!  

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