Aaarrrrrrr! Our annual Salty Sea-dog 'n Child scurvy pirate parrrty on June 9th be comin' up 'n tickets be available now at the Prairie Ink galley. Dress like a scurvy pirate, speak like a scurvy pirate, put grub in me gullet like a scurvy pirate! Spy wit' ye eye ye thar!
Or, if you prefer speaking plain ol' English...
Our annual Father & Child Pirate Party on June 9th (Moms welcome too!) is coming up and tickets are available now. Come and dress like a pirate, talk like a pirate, and eat like a pirate!
Festivities will take place on Sunday, June 9 at 9:30 AM in Prairie Ink Restaurant.
Tickets are $20 plus tax and gratuity, and are on sale now. Call 204-975-2659 or visit Prairie Ink Restaurant to claim a pair for yourself.Categories: Winnipeg, Ongoing Kids Events in Winnipeg, Prairie Ink
McNally Robinson Booksellers and Scholastic Canada invites grade 5 and 6 students from Manitoba and Saskatchewan to enter our "Laugh Out Loud" writing contests!
This year we are very excited to announce that celebrated author Gordon Korman will be one of our judges! He has written more than 75 books, including the chuckle-filled MacDonald Hall Series and his current hilarious series, Swindle. The fifth book in the Swindle series, Hideout has just been released.
Now it's your turn to make us laugh out loud! Submit an essay or story of 500 to 800 hilarious words to enter these exciting contests. Entries from Manitoba students will be accepted at our Winnipeg location and entries from Saskatchewan students will be accepted at our Saskatoon location.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, March 22 at store close. Winners will be announced on Friday, April 19 and celebrate their chuckle skills at an awards evening on Tuesday, April 30, where the winning entries will be presented.
For more details, check at our Kids service desk, or click here for more information.
Good luck to all!Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Contests and Giveaways, Ongoing Kids Events in Saskatoon, Ongoing Kids Events in Winnipeg
Dress your best. Bring your mom or bring your grandma, or both, to Prairie Ink for our annual Mother & Child Storytime Tea Party.
There will be music, stories, crafts and tiers of teatime treats. Children, you are invited to write a poem for your mom to be read aloud if you are so inspired.
Tea will take place on Sunday, May 5 at 9:30 PM in Prairie Ink Restaurant.
Tickets are $20 and go on sale April 2. Call 204-975-2659 or visit Prairie Ink Restaurant to claim a pair for yourself.Categories: Winnipeg, Ongoing Kids Events in Winnipeg
Author Erna Michalow will be launching Whose Trees Are These? (Peanut Butter Press) this Saturday January 26 at 2:00 pm in McNally Robinson's Atrium event space.
Have you ever wondered about the role of trees in nature and their relationship to the rest of the environment? The author weaves the story's other main characters - the sun, rocks, earth, water, air, fire, animals and people - into scenic treed landscapes and brings them all to life through the use of lyrical prose. Each character in turn claims ownership of the trees, but the trees have the final say. Scientific details in both the text and illustrations depict the natural beauty of our world.
Erna Michalow is a graduate of the University of Manitoba and taught elementary school for many years. She lives in Winnipeg where she is an active participant in several art clubs. Her inspiration for this book arose from a club challenge requiring members to create their own short book.Categories: Winnipeg, Event News, Ongoing Kids Events in Winnipeg
Join author David Goldenstein on Saturday January 12 at 2:00 pm for a reading & signing of his first book for children, Why Are You Crying? (We Communications).
David M. Goldenstein is a native of Winnipeg, Manitoba. He is happily married to his soul mate with two wonderful boys who were the inspirations for David's first book Why are You Crying?. David is the owner/operator of dmg commercial credit consulting - a business he started 7 years ago - but his passion is his family and story-telling.
A few years ago Robert and Michael were faced with the passing of their much beloved Aunt. Their heartbreak prompted their Dad to console them with a story about Guardian Angels who watch over their loved ones. "She will always be in our hearts so she won't really be gone, right Dad?" This is an actual quote from Robert when he tried to stop his brother's tears. As Aunt Gloria becomes a Guardian Angel, the boys learn life and love can continue after death.Categories: Winnipeg, Event News, Ongoing Kids Events in Winnipeg
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