This play honours the 100th Anniversary of Armistice and is suitable for audiences aged 12 years and up.
A play with a heart as big as the prairie skies! MARY'S WEDDING (by Stephen Massicott) is an epic, unforgettable story of love, hope, and survival.
On the eve of her wedding day, Mary dreams of Charlie, her first love. Set in Western Canada during the First World War, Mary and Charlie find one another in a barn during a thunderstorm and a tentative love is born. This is a wonderful tender story of innocent first love and the vicissitudes of fate.
2014-2018 marks the Centenary of the Great War, the 100th Anniversary of Armistice (November 11, 2018) and the Battle of Morieul Wood. MARY'S WEDDING honours these historic events, how they shaped the lives of Canadians at that time, and the lives lost in battle.
Doors open at 6:00pm.
Come on out to our local annual Minimall and get a jump on your holiday shopping! Always a great variety of vendors for you to choose from. DOOR PRIZE and RAINBOW AUCTION tickets available for purchase at the door. Contact Diane Darracott at 208-0171 for your table.
Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 1 PM – 4 PM
All riders welcome to join. Prairie Riders message me for details!
All people welcome as well... don’t just learn History.... feel it! Mark you calendars for October 21 for the last part of the ride to Little Dance Hill ( old Mound site)
The Gus High Eagle Memorial Horse Ride will be ending in Pilot Mound on October 21. Around 11 am please join us in witnessing this Honor Ride. A very visual representation of our rich History in the Municipality of Louise. We will line up on the Road #64 at the base of Little Dance Hill ( the old Mound Site). All are welcome to walk up or Join the Ride if you can with a horse.No vehicles are allowed on the Mound. After the ceremony, we will gather at the UCA 148 Moffat Ave. In Pilot Mound for a PotLuck lunch around 1pm. Please bring some lunch type food to share. I will be cooking turkey and mashed potatoes and gravy. There will be discussions and fellowship. This is a FREE event, no money is getting exchanged. Education, history, and healing are the main goals of this ride. Gifts of Tobacco, Sage and Sweet Grass are considered signs of respect. All people are welcome. Please share and if you can plan to attend.
For information please contact me directly at 204-245-0649
Bill & Kate Isles. Home Routes concert at the UCA