October 29, 2016

Foundations of Drawing

  • Place : Rotary Arts Centre
  • Time : 13:00
  • Contact : To register call 1-709-630-0012 or Email info@rotaryartscentre.ca
  • Details : Join artist Sarah Whiffen at the Rotary Arts Centre for a workshop on the foundations of drawing. The artist will be covering exercises that help beginners understand the basics of drawing, it also works as a great refresher for those out of practice. $25.00 goes towards supplies and helping support the RAC.
  • Foundations of Drawing with Sarah Whiffen

October 30, 2016

Mi'kmaq Centre Grand Opening/ AnnualAssembly

  • Place : 811 Oceanview Dr
  • Time : 14:00
  • Contact : Trista Simon
  • Details : Our Mi'kmaw Centre Grand Opening and Benoit 1st Nation annual Assembly takes place on Sunday, October 30, 2016 at 2;00 PM. All are welcomed
  • Mi'kmaq Centre

October 31, 2016

Funds Available for Community Projects

  • Place : Province-wide
  • Time : 00:00
  • Contact : info@cfnl.ca; 709-753-9899
  • Details : The Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador is now accepting grant applications for a wide variety of community projects. Grants of up to $2,000 are available for projects in arts and culture, health, education, environment, and community capacity, with special grants for projects that support women or that celebrate the Newfoundland and Labrador fishery. All projects must have a special component that recognizes Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017. Registered charities, municipalities, and other qualified donees are eligible to apply, and the deadline for applications is October 31, 2016. A link to the online application form is available at our website: http://www.cfnl.ca
  • Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador

Visiting Author Series: Tracey Lindberg

  • Place : Swirksy's Theatre and Music Hall
  • Time : 20:30
  • Details : We are delighted to announce that Tracey Lindberg (Ottawa), acclaimed author of Birdie, will be reading in Newfoundland as part of WANL’s Visiting Author Series. Corner Brook Monday, October 31st, 8:30pm Swirsky’s Theatre and Musical Hall TRACEY LINDBERG is a citizen of As’in’i’wa’chi Ni’yaw Nation Rocky Mountain Cree and hails from the Kelly Lake Cree Nation community. She is an award-winning academic writer and teaches Indigenous studies and Indigenous law at two universities in Canada. She sings the blues loudly, talks quietly and is next in a long line of argumentative Cree women. This is her first novel.