October 11, 2014

Songs of “The Working Man” A Musical Portrait of Merle Haggard

  • Place : Garrick Theatre, Bonavista, NL
  • Time : 08:00
  • Contact : Garrick Theatre (709) 468-5777
  • Details : Bob MacDonald, Craig Young and a stellar back up band pay tribute to a true living legend of country music, Merle Haggard. With personal songs rooted in everyday living, there’s good reason why “The Poet of The Common Man” is among Haggard’s many nicknames. Join us for a night of hidden treasures and #1 hits. Purchase tickets online 24/7 or at the box office (Monday-Friday, 1:00-5:00 pm)
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Saturday Summer Music Series

  • Place : Garrick Theatre, Bonavista, NL
  • Time : 00:00
  • Contact : Phone: (709)-468-5777
  • Details : THIS YEAR’S EDITION of the SSMS is our richest and most diverse to date. Nearly 200 of Newfoundland and Labrador’s finest musicians and vocalists will grace The Garrick’s stage in 18 shows over 18 consecutive weekends. Opera on the Avalon launches the Series in fine style on June 15 with its fantastic production of La Bohème. From there it’s a steady stream of the best and the brightest, the young and the old[er], the up and coming and the iconic - all to provide you with a superb season of music. Flip through this booklet to find shows that tickle your fancy. SSMS runs from June 15-October 11, 2014 Tickets: $30 and $10 (Students) Purchase tickets online 24/7 or at the box office (Monday to Friday, 1:00-5:00 pm) For more information on the SSMS please check our website, or email us at garrickboxoffice@nf.aibn.com
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Topsail United Church Harvest Festival

  • Place : Topsail United Church Topsail
  • Time : 08:00
  • Details : Topsail United Church annual Harvest Festival Celebrations begin on Saturday October, With the Men's Club annual Thanksgiving Breakfast served from 8 A.M. until 11 A.M. Usual Good Menu. Cost $ 7 Adults, Children $ 3.00. available as well.

THANKSGIVING BREAKFAST

  • Place : TOPSAIL UNITED CHURCH
  • Time : 08:00
  • Details : TOPSAIL UNITED CHURCH MEN'S CLUB THANKSGIVING BREAKFAST SAT OCT 11, FROM 8 UNTIL 11 A.M. USUAL GREAT MENU. COST $7ADULTS, $3 CHILDREN ALL ARE WELCOM

Give Me Back, an original play that fights the stigma of mental illness.

  • Place : St. John's
  • Time : 00:00
  • Details :

    Gower Street United Church

    99 Gower Street

    October 8–11 at 8 p.m. and October 11-12 at 2 p.m. SKC originals and For the Love of Learning are coming together to present Give Me Back, an original play that fights the stigma of mental illness. Tickets are $20 or $15 for students, available in advance: The Sundance (30 George Street), all Orange Stores in the St. John’s Area and online at http://skc.etixnow.com/

Scott Kelby’s 7th Annual Worldwide Photowalk

  • Place : St. John's
  • Time : 00:00
  • Details :

    On Saturday, October 11 the whole world will be walking again during Scott Kelby’s 7th Annual Worldwide Photowalk. Taking place in cities around the world, photographers of all walks of life and skill levels gather together to socialize, share and inspire during this one-day, worldwide event. It’s completely free to participate in the walk. For more information and to register visit http:/tinyurl.com/stjohnsnl.

Fall Bazaar

  • Place : Emmaus Cafe & Parking Lot, South River, NL.
  • Time : 10:30
  • Contact : Bob Bishop-528-4669/ cell: 683-0879
  • Details : Vegetable; Crafts and Preserves Stalls; Sweets and Treats Stall with Cotton Candy, Candy Apples, Popcorn, Hotdogs and Drinks. Pony rides; Lunch served--chili (beef or moose); dessert-home made blueberry cake and sauce, tea or coffee-$7.00

Thanksgiving Craft & Gift Fair

  • Place : Riverdale Banquet Hall, Kelligrews
  • Time : 10:00
  • Details : Thanksgiving Craft & Gift Fair Saturday, Oct 11/14 10am-4pm Riverdale Banquet Hall, Kelligrews Admission $1; kids under 12 free 40+ vendors, face painting, balloon animals, visit from Elsa for pictures from 12-2pm. All proceeds in aid of 9 year old Joey Dywer who recently had brain surgery in Toronto

Closing Night at the Festival of New Dance

  • Place : LSPU Hall, 3 Victoria Street, St John's
  • Time : 20:00
  • Contact : For tickets Call the Hall at 753-4531 or rca.nf.ca
  • Details : Jo Leslie - Siren The piece celebrates the feminine (and all that entails metaphorically) and sends a warning about its denigration. How we treat women, each other and the planet are all inextricably linked. Performed by Robyn Breen. Jo Leslie - Affair of the Heart When Jacinte was 39 years old (and a mother of 2 small boys) she suffered a massive stroke. Consequently she has become aphasic (lost a great deal of her speech capacity) and her right arm and leg are numb. I met Jacinte in 2008 when I volunteered to direct her group’s rehearsals. Her vivacity, bravery and joy shone through anything we refer to as disability, and deeply moved me. Dance, for Jacinte, is life. I offered to create a solo so that she might return to the professional dance milieu and also, share a new perspective on the art form. Affair of the Heart (the title of the music) has been precisely that: with very few words but a great deal of passion and laughter, Jacinte’s remarkable story unfolded in dance. Enjoy Louise Moyes - Pants on Fire Jack wins the Princess's hand - by lying? A contemporary take on a tale from St. Mary's Bay, with the Princess giving her side of the story. What happens when the foundations of your relationship are built on slippery ground... A new Docudance work combining folk tale and contemporary writing with dance, both folk and contemporary.
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Katie Ward matinee at the Festival of New Dance

  • Place : Masonic Temple/Spirit of NL., 6 Cathedral St. , St John's
  • Time : 02:00
  • Contact : For tickets Call the office 722-3663 or e-mail ndw@nfld.net 15$ cash at door
  • Details : Katie Ward - infinity doughnut I see Infinity Doughnut as a blind and imaginative system of navigation exploring inanimate and also human phenomena. Together we’ll look at shapes, spaces and interconnectedness though simple-minded, volatile and robust dancing. In this speculative and naïve survey of our surroundings, bodies are squeezed and compressed, they also laugh, vibrate and drift. We will create a movement machine to show the mind’s fluctuations. This performance event invites performers and audience to surrender to change, flow and spontaneity. Family friendly!
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Boreal Breaths and Steps Part 2 - Festival of New Dance

  • Place : Marlene Creates' Boreal Garden, Portugal Cove
  • Time : 02:00
  • Contact : Call NDW office at 722-3663 or e-mail ndw@nfld.net for reservations and details
  • Details : Boreal Breaths and Steps, part 2 A walk in The Boreal Poetry Garden with site-specific performance by duo Susanna Hood and Scott Thomson as they perform unconventional and dynamic combinations of dance and trombone inspired by Marlene Creates' poetry and the surrounding boreal forest. The Boreal Poetry Garden is an ongoing project that focuses on the six acres of boreal forest where Marlene Creates lives on the outskirts of Portugal Cove. Since 2006, the site has been the platform for in situ multidisciplinary performances to bring attention to and appreciation for the boreal forest ecosystem.  For the Festival of New Dance 2014, the audience will go on a guided walk along the paths, stopping at certain spots to experience site-specific poetry, dance, and music in response to the immediate environment where they are standing.
  • Schedule - Festival of New Dance

CLOSING PARTY at the Festival of New Dance

  • Place : The Ship Pub, Duckworth Street, St John's
  • Time : 22:00
  • Contact : For more information call the NDW office at 722-3663 or e-mail ndw@nfld.net
  • Details : CLOSING PARTY AT THE SHIP PUB Saturday october 11 10PM If you were there last year you know it is not to be missed – choreographers, dancers, technicians, festival staff and audience members all move, move move to local DJ Moondog. This year a special encore of Susanna Hood + Scott Thomson will highlight the party! DJ Moondog can’t help playing an irresistible mixture of rock, soul, disco and r&b from all eras that gets the dancefloor pumpin’. He’s pretty excited to be back after last year’s wicked party, so get ready to sweat! DJ Moondog is one bad dog. http://djmoondog.wordpress.com/ Tickets 5$ at door or free with Saturday Night LSPU Hall ticket holders.
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Thanksgiving Breakfast

  • Place : Coley's Point
  • Time : 08:00
  • Details :

    Thanksgiving Breakfast on Saturday, October 11 from 8 - 11 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church Hall, Coley's Point.  We  will be serving, sausages, bologna, baked beans, scrambled eggs, toutons, and rise-n-fries. For more info call Debbie at 786-0555. Come and bring your friends.

The Craft Market

  • Place : Church of the Ascension, Smallwood Dr. Mt. Pearl
  • Time : 10:00
  • Contact : email us at: thecraftmarketnl@gmail.com or call 691-5893
  • Details : Drop by The Craft Market at Church of the Ascension on Smallwood Dr in Mt Pearl between 10:00 & 3:00 on Oct 11th . Purchase hand made arts and crafts from local vendors. You will find something for friends and family of all ages and tastes. That unique item is waiting for you. While you're visiting, stop by the Charity Café - all proceeds from this will go to "Heavenly Creatures", show them your support by stopping by for a hot or cold beverage and lunch or a snack. Support local artists, get your retail therapy' and have lunch with a friend. We would love to see you! Admission $2.00, children under 12 free. Contact us for more information at: thecraftmarketnl@gmail.com

All Saints Open Mic

  • Place : Foxtrap
  • Time : 19:15
  • Details :

    All Saints Open Mic. Come up to Foxtrap Parish Hall, cbs on October 11.  Doors open at 7:15 p.m.  Come enjoy a great evening of entertainment.  For information call Selina at 834-5960

Live taping - Burnin' Down the Kitchen Cabaret

  • Place : St. John's
  • Time : 21:00
  • Details :

    The Annexe

    32 George Street

    Oct. 11 at 9 p.m. Live taping - Burnin' Down the Kitchen Cabaret presents: Amanda Batten, Liz Solo, Tallulah Fucque, Jenny Naish, Irene Duma and Colleen Power performing Standup Comedy and Comedy Songs. Hosted by Amanda Batten. For many months the gals from Burnin' Down the Kitchen Cabaret have been honing their act in front of local audiences. Now they are ready to put their first show down on tape and unleash it on the Internet. Join us from 9 to 10:30 at the Annexe for some stand-up comedy - fresh from the mouths of BABES!!  Bonus - There are a limited number of slots for our Open Mic segment, sign up early with Amanda at the show.