October 31, 2013

Oak Hammock Marsh Bison Dinner, Trivia Night and Workshops l WSO: Everett Hopfner & Umi Garrett l Shelmerdine l Storytelling with Sue Proctor

Weather Workshop by Barry Konzelman, a meteorology expert.
November 9 - 1 to 3 p.m. 
Workshop fee is $5 plus admission. Pre-register by November 6

20th Anniversary of the Oak Hammock Centre Bison Dinner
November 15 - 6 p.m. 
Members $36 non-members $42 l Pre-registration is required by November 13.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) Workshop
November 20 - 12 to 2 p.m. 
Mapping simulation as well as hands-on use of GPS, and geocaching, a scavenger hunt involving GPS and GIS. 
Workshop fee is $5 plus admission.

Astronomy Night - "Astrophotography - Not for the faint hearted"
November 21 - 7 p.m. 
Jay Anderson will introduce you to the whole field, from the type of telescope to use, the mountings to consider, the cameras, and a discussion of basic processing.  

Second annual Trivia Night fundraising event
November 23 - 6:30 p.m. 
Registration is $10 per person and participants will be divided in teams of 4 and 6. 
Tickets can be purchased at the Interpretive Centre. 
Enjoyable nature related skill-testing questions as well as a silent and rainbow auction (snacks are available for purchase as well as a cash bar). All proceeds will go towards wetland education programming. 

Kids Nature Craft Club
 November 30 - 1 p.m. l Pre-registration l Workshop fee is $5 plus admission. 
Discover the many ways plants and animals get ready for winter. 
Make a beautiful place-mat for your table using colourful leaves. 
Appropriate for children ages 5 to 10. 

The Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre is on highway 67 between
highways #7 and #8. Call (204) 467-3300,  Jacques Bourgeois

November 10, 2013 at 2 p.m. 
The Winnipeg Art Gallery
Tickets: $20 - (students $5 at the door only); also available at McNally Robinson Booksellers. 
Please call 204-944-9431 to inquire about a subscription or a brochure of our concert series. 

Please stay for a post-concert recital - and meet Everett Hopfner!

Everett Hopfner, a proud native of Ste. Rose du Lac, has been celebrated for his passionate and inventive performances of contemporary repertoire!  He graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Piano Performance) in 2010 at Brandon University, and was also a 2008 WMC Scholarship winner.  He is the 36th Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition Winner 

November 15 - BUY  l November 16 - BUY 

Umi Garrett, the winner of the highest award of the International Chopin Competition and J.S. Bach Competition, is in demand as a performer with the world's greatest orchestras.  

Mozart's Jupiter Symphony culminating in a breathtaking finale whose fusion of five separate melodies is as triumphant as the day it was composed. 

WSO Box Office, Winnipeg: 204.949.3999 l Brandon: 204.725.1165 (toll free)

November 14, 9 am to 8 pm

Save 15% on all your purchases this day only!
- Earn Bonus Bucks 
- Enjoy free hot apple cider and food sampling 
- Enter to win fabulous door prizes!

Sue Proctor: Mime, Clowning and Storytelling 
Monday, 7:30 - 9:30 pm, for 5 weeks beginning November 18
Rory Runnells Studio, Room 504, Artspace, 100 Arthur.
Cost $110 for 5 classes l To register or for more info contact Sue 

Techniques for cultivating creative thinking, problem-solving, focused on clowning to explore the expression of your own creativity. Develop a storytelling persona, and learn to use humour.  This class is for actors, storytellers, writers, students, artists and service providers.

Sue Proctor is a performer and workshop leader with the Winnipeg International Storytelling Festival and has developed many original stories and theatre pieces. A teacher with MTYP, Artists in the Schools and a member of the Manitoba Storytelling Guild, Sue has a M.A. in Theatre and Development, as well as background in commedia dell’arte, arts education, theatre for people with disabilities, and clown performance.

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