Monthly Archives: June 2019

Artists Reception Thursday, June 27

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James R. Page: The Living Grasslands Photo ExhibitionExhibition 2019 Small Works from a Big Land

You’re invited to the Artists Reception for our two exhibitions:
Small Works For a Big Land – in the Museum Gallery, featuring artists from around the province, and

The Living Grasslands – in the Cloakroom Gallery. Photography from renowned photographer, and Val Marie’s very own, James R. Page.

Reception begins at 7:30 pm, Thursday, June 27. We will have snacks and a cash bar. Admission is free! Come and meet the artists! We’re in the Little Red Brick Schoolhouse, 100 Centre Street, Val Marie.

More information about both exhibitions is available here >

Author Reading Series: Anne Lazurko – June 10

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Prairie Wind & Silver Sage presents author
reading from Dollybird
Monday, June 10, 2019, 7 pm
@ Prairie Wind & Silver Sage

— Pass the Hat Admission —

Winner of the WILLA Award for Historical Fiction. Shortlisted for the SaskPower Fiction Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards 2014.
Set in 1906, Dollybird tells the story of pregnant Moira, banished by her embarrassed family to the Canadian Prairies. The term ‘dollybird’ meant either ‘housekeeper’ or ‘prostitute’ in the 1900s west. Twenty-year old Newfoundlander Moira Burns is determined to survive, and even thrive, in small town Ibsen, despite the stories that circulate about her past.

Author Reading: Anne Lazurko June 10 @ PWSS