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CALENDAR OF EVENTS Saskatchewan Library Week – October 19-25

Wednesday, October 1
Registration begins for Do-It Yourself Mystery Book Club beginning on Saturday, October 11:
9:00 (For ages 11-15. Space is limited.)
Wednesday Movie: R.E.D. 2, 7:00 (116 min., PG)

Thursday, October 2
Explore Lifelong Learning: Nature Walk with Carmen Dodge, 6:00 (Weather permitting)

Saturday, October 4
NEW! Drop-In French Story and Play Time! – Parents et Petits, 10:00-11:30
Drop-In Activity Day: 2:30

Mostly Wanted Band Releases Single

Mostly Wanted is an alternative/ pop-punk band from Saskatoon.

They began in the spring of 2012 where Evan (drums) and Jared Breiter (lead vocals & guitar) began writing songs in their parent's basement. In the winter of 2013 they rounded out the group with Dan Mason (bass & harmonies) and have established themselves in the Saskatchewan music scene as a talented, charismatic, and humorous band.

Auditions for the 2015 showcase will be held at Lucky's Bar and Grill in Prince Albert, SK. on Saturday Oct.18th and Sunday Oct.19th. Registration is from 1pm-7pm on both days.

Those who are underage must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times during the audition.

You may bring your own karaoke track/musical accompaniment or choose to use the karaoke that is provided.

For more info you may contact Sheryl Kimbley at 306-980-8501 or Shauna Sayese at 306-981-6409 or Trina Joseph at 306-960-6928

The daycare Board, parents and staff of Small World Daycare have been working hard collecting pledges, making signs and we even ordered t-shirts for our Little Fox Run event. The annual Terry Fox Run is over, but the Little Fox Run, for the same cause has yet to happen.

The schoo'ls runs are on September 24th,sowe decided to have ours on the 26th starting at 10am.

We will be starting at the Small World Day Care (205 - 10th Ave East), walking up 10th Ave East, and turning right to continue walking down 4th Street east, and so on.

Local Artist Jeanette Munroe at First Nations University - Northern Campus Main Hall Gallery
Local Artist Jeanette Munroe at First Nations University - Northern Campus Main Hall Gallery
Local Artist Jeanette Munroe at First Nations University - Northern Campus Main Hall Gallery
Local Artist Jeanette Munroe at First Nations University - Northern Campus Main Hall Gallery
Local Artist Jeanette Munroe at First Nations University - Northern Campus Main Hall Gallery

Local Athabasca University student and artist, Jeanette Munroe is currently showing her work at FNU's Main Hall Gallery.

She will be having a reception Wednesday, September 24 from noon until 1:30.

L'Ecole des Petit Mini Marche Trade Show will be Saturday, October 18th from 10:00a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Holy Cross School Gym.

The cost is $2.00 at the door. Come see great vendors, canteen, bouncy castle and draw tables.

Candle Lake Fall Supper will be Sunday, September 28  starting at 4:00 pm in the Candle Lake Rec Hall. Prices are: Adults : $12.00; Children : 6-12 $6.00 and Children under 6 are FREE.

Prince Albert Ski League (downhill) will be having a registration and ski swap November 2 from 3-6pm at the Log Cabin at Little Red River Park.

We offer ski lessons for children aged 5-13 years. No experience necessary!! Ski nights are Monday's and Tuesday's you pick the night the works for your family.

All our coaches are Nationally Certified.

We are always looking at growing our program and are also looking for adults or older teens who are intersted in volunteering to coach (all training is provided)

Ski rentals available.

National SIDS Awareness Month: October 2014 - Back to Sleep

October is National Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Awareness Month. SIDS is the leading cause of death in Canada for babies between the ages of one month and one year. SIDS refers to the sudden death of a healthy baby while he or she is sleeping.

Although there is no known cause of SIDS that is common across all cases, there are measures that can be taken to help to prevent SIDS from occurring. These should be shared with everyone who will be providing care for a baby during his/her first year of life.

Family Literacy Training

Story Sack and Resource Lending Library

Everyone Welcome to attend Prince Albert Literacy
Monthly meetings - First Thursday from 3:30 – 5:30 pm at 1410C Central Ave. The next meeting is October 2, 2014.
 

 

Drop in to 54 – 11th St East - Free service

Join the Prince Albert Community Players and have fun being a part of the Fall Production, Vice as in Versa by David Deboy.

Auditions are September 25, 2014 - 6:30pm at 65 11th St E - Wesley United Church

A fast-paced, laugh-packed farce gives a whole new meaning to the term "mistaken identities".

Kinsmen Park from 1 - 6 pm Sunday. Fireworks at 8pm at the park!!!!

Lots of entertainment, Metis Square Dancers, Face painting, Bouncing castles, Elders activities, Display table, Metis Women Entrepreneurs, BBQ's, free draws!!!
Please bring a chair and join us in the festivities.

Bands play Tonight for ALS

Local band, Cars Collide, has been searching for opportunities to showcase their original music. The current popularity of the Ice bucket challenge has inspired the band to spearhead a live music event to showcase their talent, among others in the local area.

MEND Programs
MEND Programs

Join us for an evening of live performance from our very special guests:
Peter Morin- Special Performance, Band Cinged from Kamloops - Ambient Folk & local music

Friday, September 19th

Two Story Café - 7:00 pm

Prince Albert Arts Centre, 1010 Central Ave

__________ALL EVENTS ARE FREE____________________________________

Traditional Drum: Trevor Amyotte

A Transformation performance by Cathey Chicione (drums) in collaboration with the Samadhi Collective exhibition opening.

Spoken Word Performance John McDonald

Sports Nutrition Workshop
Princess to Be Selling Tickets for Fundraising

Shamaya Sunrise Primeau of Prince Albert is an 8 year old dancer with our Thunderingsky Dance Troupe. She has been a dancer from the time she could walk, focussing on Fancy but able to dance all styles.

This little dancer attends many powwows throughout the province and is now selling Northern Lights Casino Princess Pageant tickets that are $1 each or $20 for a book. All the funds go towards Children's Haven in Prince Albert.

We will be having a Facebook Media Workshop with Mike Engbers here at the office on Tuesday, September 30th at 6:00 pm.

All of our downtown are encouraged to attend and we ask that you RSVP to Lori at the office.

Mike has done some great workshops for us in the past and we look forward to this one.

If you have some questions about Facebook and you get that question to the office, Mike will address it at the workshop.

Join in on this weekend of free and interactive cultural activities for the whole family.

See below for activities that are of interest, register if required and mark your calendar for an fun filled weekend, thanks to Sask Culture Grant Funding. Complete weekend schedule and booklets are available at the Birch Hills Co-op, mailboxes, online or facebook. Collect participation stickers and win prizes. See booklets
for more details.

On behalf of SBIA and the Prince Albert Chapter of Brain Injury a huge thank you to all those who volunteered on Saturday Sept 13th at the 12th annual Brain Boogie Walkathon.

Without the giving of yourselves, time and money this would not have been so successful.

Two Story Cafe at Mann Gallery Tonight
Two Story Cafe at Mann Gallery Tonight

IPAC in Partnership with the Mann Art Gallery presents:

TONIGHT
Wednesday, September 17th
Opening Reception and Artist Talks for the exhibition:
Terrance Houle: The National Indian Leg Wrestling League of North America.
With Artists: Terrance Houle, Peter Morin, Chris Bose.
The Mann Art Gallery 7:00 pm

TOMORROW MAIN EVENT
Thursday, September 18th
Performance - Terrance Houle: The National Indian Leg Wrestling League of North America

The Mann Art Gallery 7:00 pm
Comedian Ryan McMahon: Red Man Laughing Zombie Sex Cult Digital Assault

Curling Information & Registration Nights will be Wednesday, Sept. 17 (today) & Tuesday, September 23 – from 5:00 – 8:00 pm each day at Prince Albert Golf & Curling Club lobby located at 900 – 22nd Street East, Prince Albert.

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