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Join us for the Sharpe Sisters Hangups and Hobbies exhibition reception on Saturday, February 16, 2019, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The Sharpe Sisters have added to their love of musical harmonies with a new combination of harmonic Hangups & Hobbies — photography, painting and woodworking. They achieve harmony in a singular fashion by putting their hobbies together. The combination of their talents clearly shows their passion for nature through the eyes of a lens, a paintbrush, and woodworking tools

Exhibition dates: January 29, 2019, to March 2, 2019

Contact Portage & District Arts Centre
Phone 2042396029
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More Info http://www.portageartscentre.ca
Files Poster_-_Sharpe_Sisters.pdf

Published in Portage la Prairie

Art Talk - Underground Railroad Quilts - Pembina Hills Arts Council  every Third Thursday of the month at 7:30pm

Presented by Laurie Wiebe. Come learn about the significance of quilts, and how they led to freedom during the Underground Railroad period. 

Art Talks featuring local artists bringing light and discussion to various topics in art. Everyone invited! All levels of interest welcome.

FREE admission. Cash bar.

February 21st 2019, 7:30pm – Underground Railroad Quilts with Laurie Wiebe
March 21st, 2019 – 7:30pm – Favourite Artists by Members!
April 18th, 2019 – 7:30pm – National Free Film Day! – Film TBA

Published in City of Morden

The Harvest Moon Festival celebrates the harvest season and local food production, while providing an opportunity to link those from rural and urban communities.

The festival is a key to promoting the Harvest Moon Learning Centre, the generous spirit of the Town of Clearwater, the talents of local artists, tasty produce of local producers and the beauty of the Pembina Valley.

An important economic development activity, the Festival brings in over 2,000 patrons annually and revenue generated from the festival gives an important boost to Clearwater organizations and businesses.

Please attend the Harvest Moon Festival each autumn and bring your friends and family!

Contact:

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http://www.harvestmoonfestival.ca/

Published in Louise

Featuring local vendors, and a new gallery display every month. Visit our website for more information.

Stop in and see what our vendors and artists have to offer. New exhibits every month!

Published in RM of Victoria

The parish of Ste. Elizabeth, situated between two municipalities, Montcalm and De Salaberry, was twelve sections long by eight sections wide. It was in 1898 that this town had its beginnings.

Published in RM of Montcalm

Elm Creek has the world's second largest fire hydrant, come and check it out!

Published in RM of Grey

Saint-Claude has the world's second largest Smoking Pipe commemorating early settlers who came from Saint-Claude, Jura, France, whose main industry was the manufacturing of smoking pipes.

Published in RM of Grey

Visit Saint-Claude Community Gardens, a kilometer of gardens where artists-gardeners gather to plant and maintain these local gardens, award winners of Communities in Bloom 2004.

Go To Gallery to your left on the webite and click on blue St. Claude Sign 

 

Published in RM of Grey

Golden Prairie Arts Council provides educational programs designed to foster and promote the development of arts and cultural activities. Our heritage office building in Carman, MB also houses our gallery, art and music classrooms, a gift shop, and an outdoor courtyard.

Published in Town of Carman