Saturday Jul 30 2016 9:00 pm - Store Wide Event, SaskatoonPost a comment
McNally Robinson Booksellers Saskatoon will be hosting a Harry Potter Party in celebration of Harry Potter's birthday, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.'s birthday, and the release of
The Saskatoon Harry Potter Party will begin at 9:00 PM on July 30th and will run until 1:00 AM on July 31st. We will have treats and various activities throughout the night. Costumes highly recommended!
The official release of the book is July 31st. This means, at midnight, we will be releasing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. We are unable to sell the books before midnight. Vouchers, required to claim the book, are on sale in-store now. The party is free and open to the public. To keep up with the details, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join our official Facebook event page and follow the #HarryPotterPartySK tag on Twitter.
Saturday Aug 06 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
Called “groovy folk-rock” and showcased on stages all over Canada, the music of Renegade album was produced by Mitch Dorge, (Crash Test Dummies) mastered by João Carvalho (The Tragically Hip, Sarah Slean) released in 2015 with a companion book (of poetry, prose and other writings) and expands the “groovy folk-rock” label to include punk, soul, bossa nova and more.uses many instruments and one strong voice to craft performances with unmistakable passion and emotional depth. The new, fan-funded
Tuesday Aug 09 2016 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, SaskatoonPost a comment
J. Robert Oppenheimer called the first atomic bomb “technically sweet,” yet as he watched it explode in New Mexico in 1945, he also thought of the line from The Bhagavad-Gita: “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” Theoretical physicist, scientific director of the Manhattan Project, and a man whose name has become synonymous with American nuclear science, Oppenheimer was and still is a controversial figure. Following the seventieth anniversary of the Manhattan Project, new book examines how he has been represented over the past decades in biographies, histories, fiction, comics, photographs, film, television, documentaries, theater, and museums. Unpacking how and why Oppenheimer is depicted, this book offers insights into the rise of nuclear culture, the figure of the scientist, and how we think about the relationship between history, imagination, science, and nuclear weapons.
English at the University of Saskatchewan. He is also the author of Travel and Drugs in Twentieth-Century Literature (2009).is an associate professor of
Wednesday Aug 10 2016 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, SaskatoonPost a comment
Reading from Dark Shores
Dark Shores is the third book in the young-adult Black Depths Series, which follows the journey of the sea-witch, Nessa. Nessa's friends have been missing for months. With few other options left, Nessa is forced to leave behind the new home she made on Canada's Pacific Coast, and head to Northern Ireland. Once there, Nessa will begin to discover just who she is and what she stands for. Using the water magic that flows through her veins, Nessa will follow the corrupt pirate, Victor Jimenez, tracking him from continent to continent. Nessa's own life is on the line, along with those of her dearest friends. Does she have enough strength to save those she loves and stop Victor Jimenez for good?
When J. E Hunter is not writing, she often reading or working to protect the environment.
Black Depths Universe is set.was born and raised in the Canadian Prairies. While she lived most of her life in Saskatoon and worked and travelled abroad to diverse places such as Egypt, Iceland, New Zealand, Scotland, and Peru. J. E. Hunter also loves to travel the North American continent with some of her favourite destinations being the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Coast where the
Friday Aug 12 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
Listen to Justice's special blend of Jazz and contemporary guitar. He plays Jazz standards and also takes contemporary songs and creates his own arrangements. Justice also plays a Jazz set with his sister Jasmine as she plays piano. As a duo these young whips play Jazz standards, contemporary songs as well as their own arrangements.
Saturday Aug 13 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
evolved from a group of friends and acquaintances back in the 90’s that would gather together a few times a year and jam into the wee hours. Since then we’ve been playing gigs for a wide variety of special occasions. We’ve also played business functions such as the annual outdoor BBQ for the Medicine Shoppe on 33 rd and the annual Spotlight on Seniors event at TCU Place. A highlight for the band was playing at the famous Manitou Beach Danceland. We have also enjoyed performing for the Brain Tumor Research Foundation at their Heading for a Cure and Spring Sprint events. Our jam band roots from over twenty-five years ago has given us a love for all kinds of music-- blues, rock ‘n’ roll, folk, country, old time, and waltzes-- from way back when to contemporary songs that strike our fancy.
Tuesday Aug 16 2016 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, SaskatoonPost a comment
Retirement Noir: A Tale of Prune Juice and Murder
Retirement Noir: A Tale of Prune Juice and Murder is a Film Noir style murder mystery thriller about Albert Gale, a long retired private eye from the 1950s, who is trying to adapt to life in a retirement home. But when his neighbour dies in what he deems to be suspicious circumstances, Albert decides to hunt down the murderer. As things become more complicated, Albert questions whether there really was a murder or if he is being led by a misplaced desire for adventure.
is a U of S graduate who spends most of his time reading and writing. James currently balances many projects including 5 novels, 4 short stories, a journal and a few hundred pages of notes. He is an avid traveler, but always returns to Saskatoon to be with family.
Friday Aug 19 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
hails from tiny town Saskatchewan where she spent most days reading books and writing down whatever came to mind. Singing was a regular thing in the household and as she got older she picked up the guitar so she had some accompaniment.
Busking was her way for the first bit: 2008-2011 Fringe Festival and then as mid 2011 came along, indoor venues were opening up its doors to welcome Natalie in. Armed with just her guitar, Natalie managed to win over the audience slowly but surely and released her pop/rock/folk debut EP Try Being Yourself in December, 2011 produced by Efren Pereira Jr. and Eli, For Short. Natalie filmed an episode of the local showcase show "Stripped Down", and she is currently in the Top 10 on the Reverbnation singer/songwriter chart for Saskatoon. She is enjoying radio play on CFCR and CBC Radio 3. Natalie has recently added 2 band members to her live show, guitartist , and percussionist .
Saturday Aug 20 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
is an improvisational pianist, who enjoys the art of crafting new melodies, rhythms and chord patterns on the fly. He got his start with piano helping out a Saskatoon based ministry named . Providing classical and improvisational music during reflective times throughout weekend seminars, Garnet has been able to fan into flame his improvisational gifting across Western Canada in various event centers.
often performs with his wife, , who is a talented Celtic Folk singer, between the two of them be prepared to feast on the diverse sounds of folk and classical music.
Thursday Aug 25 2016 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, SaskatoonPost a comment
Running the Riders
Grey Cup as the franchise worked its way out of financial distress and tried to reconnect with its fan base. In 2004, offensive lineman-turned-educator was hopeful that the directors would hire him as the team’s first full-time president and CEO. He believed that the team, with its incredible fan base, could become a successful business that consistently posted strong annual profits while playing in and winning multiple Grey Cups. And it happened. After a decade under leadership (2005 to 2015), the became the Canadian Football League’s strongest franchise, appearing in four Grey Cup games (winning twice) and selling more team merchandise than the other eight CFL franchises combined. They obliterated their debt and posted a record-setting profit of $10.4 million after winning a hometown Grey Cup in 2013, which has been described as the biggest moment in the 105-year-old team’s history.were mired in mediocrity, a decent football team that couldn’t advance to the
A former offensive lineman with thegrew up in Regina before playing junior football with the and advancing to a career in education as a teacher, principal, and administrator. After a decade at the helm of , he retired from his duties early in 2015.
Friday Aug 26 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
The Trudel family resides on a farm in Honeymoon Saskatchewan and all 6 family members take part being on stage. The Trudel’s second album Not Unto Us, which was recorded in their home parish in Albertvill, won the SCMA Country Gospel Album of the year in 2014! In the past 5 years Erik Paquette has joined the band and added his many musical skills
Gospel, bluegrass, old-tyme
Saturday Aug 27 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
has been flying upwards and onwards with wings of song for as long as he can remember! Engaging the art of song as a practice of holistic living, health and happiness, Brian shares music to sing along with, listen to, breath with and co-creatively engage for all potentially harmonious levels of participation.
Brian is joined onstage by a few of his favorite people.
Friday Sep 02 2016 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, SaskatoonPost a comment
are three singer-songwriter sisters who love to play chill, laid-back music. They have been playing together for many years now and always enjoy playing for those who love music like they do!
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