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Marc Holt Trio -- Live Musical Performance

Saturday Dec 27 2014 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Jazz

The Marc Holt Trio is a Saskatoon-based group of young jazz musicians exploring and putting their own spin on standards and new arrangements. The group consists of Marc Holt on bari sax, Michael Stankowski on guitar and Nevin Buehler on bass. Check out Marc Holt Music on Facebook to keep up with this group.

The Nobles -- Live Musical Performance

Friday Jan 02 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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The Nobles consist of the father/daughter team of Madison and Lorry Noble. Madison has been playing piano, guitar and has been singing for over half of her life. Lorry is a seasoned musician, playing guitar and drums in a number of bands for over 25 years. The Nobles play a wide variety of classic rock and country songs from Patsy Cline to Bryan Adams.

Wayne Bargen -- Live Musical Performance

Saturday Jan 03 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Instrumental Guitar

Wayne Bargen is a finger style acoustic guitar player. All of the songs that he performs are originals. His influences are Bob Evans, Bruce Cockburn, Don Ross, Antoine Dufour, and Andy McKee. His goal is that people who come to his show will walk away relaxed, have a greater appreciation of acoustic guitar music, and be inspired to start playing guitar.

Between the Lines -- Journal Launch

Thursday Jan 08 2015 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, Saskatoon

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Between the Lines: A Journal of Hockey Literature, Fall/Winter 2014

Featuring readings by Glen Sorestad, Bill Robertson, gillian harding-russell, and Todd Devonshire.

Published by the University of Saskatchewan, Between the Lines celebrates creative writing about hockey in all forms, including drama, poetry, fiction and non-fiction. Edited by Dwayne Brenna and Lacey Thiessen, this issue features work by writers from across Canada, including Saskatchewan-based Laurie Lynn Muirhead, Keith Foster, Myrna Garanis, Glen Sorestad, Todd Devonshire, gillian harding-russell, Robert Currie, and William Roberston.

Purdy Bird -- Live Musical Performance

Friday Jan 09 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Folk/Acoustic

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Alt/country folk n' roll at its finest. From Saskatoon, this eclectic group of hooligans is sure to get your toes a tappin' and your hips a shakin'!

Alexa and Katelyn

Saturday Jan 10 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Pop/Contemporary

Alexa and Katelyn share a love for music and enjoy giving new sounds to familiar melodies. Together they have had many fulfilling opportunities including venues like coffee houses, art shows, churches, school events, talent shows, fundraisers and the Saskatoon River Boats for a Canada Day celebration.

Alexa Saleski is a student at Bishop James Mahoney High School. She has been singing and performing for nine years. Alexa continuously works on her voice grades and is preparing to write grade seven Royal Conservatory. She has had many great experiences including an opportunity to sing with Kenny Rodgers and the Canadian Four Tenors. She performed with Saskatchewan Express for six years and has worked with many great local artists. She truly has a love and passion for the arts.

Katelyn Sirman is is a student at Bishop James Mahoney High School. Since the age of five, she has been playing piano. She has many individual accomplishments including playing for birthdays, retirement homes, trade shows and a client appreciation event on the Prairie Lily Riverboat. She continues to work on her Royal Conservatory exams in piano and participating in music festivals. In her spare time, she practices hip hop, lyrical, ballet, and contemporary dance.

Two Tall Dudes -- Live Musical Performance

Friday Jan 16 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Pop/Acoustic

Two Tall Dudes is two tall guys playing acoustic versions of the 70s and 80s pop and rock music they grew up playing. Their play list include songs from Van Morrison, The Doors and James Taylor.

Arnold James Isbister -- Book Signing

Saturday Jan 17 2015 2:00 pm - Main Floor, Saskatoon

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Strange Bannock

This compilation of stories is bound together by the art of the Native storyteller, a shaman of words who weaves fantasy and fact. All are connected to the culture of the Plains Cree who have for generations passed on their knowledge, education and history through the ancient art of storytelling. On this creative journey are fantastical parables with horrific lessons, romantic tales that are endless, and dark to silly humorous anecdotes that you will remember with a smile. “An old friend at Bingo once told me, ‘Time changes, but not Bannock.’ Bannock does change as the stories will show.... some are even strange.”

Arnold James Isbister is a member of the Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation. He is a visual artist and the author of three books, including Stirbugs and Screws.

It's Too Late, Baby -- Live Musical Performance

Saturday Jan 17 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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It's Too Late, Baby is a group of friends brought together by their common enjoyment of the music of Carole King and James Taylor. Performing a variety of the enduring songs from these two great singer-songwriters, as well as a smattering of originals, Penny Rosten (keys/vocals) is joined by vocalists Doug Campbell and Al Loewen and bassist Bruce Wilkinson to bring back some great tunes!

Guy P. Fehr -- Speaking and Signing

Monday Jan 19 2015 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, Saskatoon

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The Unwritten Rules: Leadership in the Work Place

Presented in partnership with the Health Facility Resource Council and the International Facility Management Association.

Effective management impacts everything from the front line to the bottom line. As workplace leaders, the managers that deal most frequently with the front line staff have the greatest impact on a workplace's culture and functionality. They are unique in their position to directly impact productivity and growth. Every workplace has its own intrinsic rules that are not written down as policy or process, but are every bit as critical to a manager's effectiveness. Inside this book are twenty of the most important and the most applicable unwritten rules found in most businesses and organizations.

Guy P. Fehr, RPA. FMP. has sixteen years experience in the private sector and twenty-four years experience in the public sector. Throughout his career, Guy has made a study of workplace leaders and he has utilized the lessons learned in coaching and mentoring other supervisors and managers, honing their day to day leadership skills. Currently, working with a team of roughly one hundred and forty staff, he oversees the maintenance and operations of a five million square foot portfolio comprised of twenty-one healthcare facilities. Married for forty years, Guy and his wife live in Saskatoon.

Merit Travel -- Presentation

Tuesday Jan 20 2015 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, Saskatoon

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Costa Rica with G Adventures

Join Merit Travel Saskatoon as travel consultant, Julia Aden, speaks about her recent trip to Costa Rica with Canadian tour operator, G Adventures. Julia will be sharing destination information, sights to see, excursions and her experience travelling with G Adventures! If you’ve ever wondered if Costa Rica or a small group adventure is for you, now is the time to find out!

For more details email Saskatoon@MeritTravel.com or call 306-975-3722.

The Standards Trio -- Live Musical Performance

Friday Jan 23 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Jazz Ensemble

Don Sawchuk (guitar, mandolin and vocals), Todd Gursky (drums and vocals) and Matt Gruza (bass)

Doug Boomhower Trio -- Live Musical Performance

Friday Jan 30 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Jazz

With two careers in art, one as a jazz guitarist and the other as a visual artist, Doug Boomhower has enriched the Saskatoon art scene immensely over the past 40 years. Joining Doug is Ray Stephanson (piano) and Bruce Wilkinson (bass).

Katie Miller -- Live Musical Performance

Saturday Jan 31 2015 8:00 pm - Prairie Ink Restaurant, Saskatoon

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Folk/Rock

Katie Miller is a singer-songwriter from Esterhazy, SK, with an extensive list of venues under her belt: coffee houses, pubs, art galleries, ski resorts, and house concerts…she is always looking for the next gig. Katherine draws inspiration for her folk-rock songs from the land, the sky and the human spirit, and crafts them into little stories to share with her audiences. With deep-run influences of Neil Young and more recently influenced by Canadian duo Whitehorse, Katherine delivers passionate performances with a Canadiana flavor with her own accompaniment on acoustic guitar and harmonica. Katherine’s song "Prairie Sea" was chosen and performed by Embrace Theatre from Saskatoon in their 2014 summer touring play that was performed at Saskatchewan's provincial parks. Katherine is thrilled to be one of three performers at this year’s Regina Women In Song Event held May 6, at Bushwakker Brewpub in Regina. Her latest accomplishment, debut EP Silverflower, was recorded at Blue Door Recording Studio in Regina, and she is excited to share these songs and many more with her audiences as she continues on her gigs across the prairies.

Rapid Change for Heart-Centered Women Authors -- Book Launch

Thursday Feb 05 2015 7:00 pm - Travel Alcove, Saskatoon

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Rapid Change: For Busy Heart-Centered Women Who Want to Be the Best Version of Themselves

The heart heals all, allows for patience, gratitude, emotion, simplicity, generosity, grace, understanding, awareness, life force, and meaningful intention that allows for letting go. In Rapid Change, 30 women, all experts in their field, have come together to take the complication out of complicated change. With proven methods and models of success, they share tools to help women transition themselves from everyday surviving to everyday thriving. The benefits and empowerment of collaboration are endless. 30 extraordinary women share their own knowledge and experiences to help you broaden your horizons, raise your consciousness, and reach the best version of you.

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