WINNIPEG- Dress up in your best costume and join us for Boot-iful brunch
Sunday, October 26 at 9:30 AM.
Enjoy Boo-berry pancakes and hop, dance, or walk through the store in our Costume Parade, followed by spooky stories and pumpkin carving!
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, September 23 at Prairie Ink Restaurant. Buy in person or by calling 205-975-2659. Tickets are 17$ per person.
Seating is limited!
SASKATOON- Hey there Fans of all things Fandom! If you're a middle and/or teen reader with a thirst for following the things you love, this is for you! Whether a seasoned fandom veteran or a novice looking for a place to get their fandom feet wet, this is the place to discuss all things**!
**Apparently Fandom can be traced back to the 1930's! Who knew? It can also be characterized by a feeling of empathy and camaraderie with others who share a common interest. If you are an avid fan and follower of books, movies, television shows, comics, and/or anime, (etc.), chances are, you may already be a part of Fandom culture!: (consisting of fan [fanatic] plus the suffix -dom, as in kingdom) is a term that refers to a microcosm of people who are fans of a fiction genre.
Hosted by our very ownSo feel free to join us every , you can expect an excellent evening and a chance to meet, hang out, play games, and participate in Fandom-related activities! We will be discussing a wide range of topics, including, but not limited to, fanfiction, cosplay, fan subculture, fan-created meta, and all things fandom related! . Groups are always welcome!
Check out our excellent new Tumblr page, mcnallyfandomfridays.tumblr.com
For more info, call the kids desk (306)-955-1477
There is a $5.00 drop in charge to help cover the cost of refreshments/goodies (Mmmmmm! nom nom nom)Categories: Discussions, Fun, Saskatoon, Ongoing Kids Events in Saskatoon
Phoebe loves her pet fish, Betty #2 (named after Betty #1, may she rest in peace), making lists, and her best friend Sage. But when Camille, a tall French girl, arrives at school with unusual lunches, Phoebe's friendship with Sage doesn't seem so important anymore. Thanks to Camille, Phoebe discovers goat cheese, butter lettuce, and cilantro (although she's convinced that's not a real word). She's determined to get invited to her new friend's house for dinner to see what other mysterious food Camille eats. But what about Sage? Can Phoebe make a new friend and keep an old one?
Phoebe G. Green is a laugh out loud book. It has a big heart, a colourful story line, and snappy dialogue showing Phoebe as an average third grader just getting through life. I for one just got past the third grade, and I can relate. Losing your friend to be with someone else is devastating to anyone, but also teaches her the value of what you already have.
- Lily, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
Phoebe G. Green: Lunch Will Never Be the Same will be available on October 7.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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