Date: February 7
Location: Gardenton Park Main building
Times: 7:00 PM
Would you like to participate in a dinner theater production in Gardenton? Then, please, plan on attending this organizational meeting and open call… Not only do we need a name, we need set builders, props managers, stage managers, light & sound managers as well as actors and a director… we need you all!
If you have experience in live local theater or if you would like to try it out, we’d love to see you there!
Date: February 9th, 16th, 23rd and March 9 (four-part class)
Location: Lac du Bonnet Centennial School Rm 5
Times: 6:30 PM TO 9:00PM
All Premium Supplies included with lots of “new” fur and suede color options! Student price perks and access to a student at home assisted videos. In this course, students will design and learn to make their own unique pair of moccasins, beginning with beading techniques, to sewing and full instruction to enable them to make a completed pair. Multiple variations of moccasins will be covered. Amber (the instructor) will provide information on where to shop for materials as to enable students to continue on their own making more moccasins. Students will also receive a complete package of materials as well as access to patterns and equipment required to make their first pair and many more. Material package will include; choice of colored suede, choice of colored rabbit fur, foot linings, beads, beading needles, beading thread, glover needle (specialty leather needle), specialty leather thread.
Date: February 10 and 11 – Please note: preregistration is required.
Times: 9:00 AM start
Comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. Meets federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR. Exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED).
Date: February 9th to 11th
Location: Whiteshell Community Club
Beaver Days is a premier winter festival! Hosted by the Whiteshell Community Club in Falcon Lake, it is a winter weekend destination – attended by snowmobilers, area residents, cottagers, and families. The fun and games of Beaver Days offers something for everyone! Check out the brochure for more event details and times!
Date: February 9th to 11th
Location: Red River Exhibition Park
Times: Friday 4 PM – 9 PM, Saturday 11 AM – 5 PM, Sunday 11 AM – 5 PM
While this event isn’t located in the Eastman, Eastman Tourism and a bunch of our friends are going to have booths at the show. The Manitoba Outdoors Show is a showcase for outdoor enthusiasts featuring products & services geared towards a healthy and adventure-filled lifestyle. Stop on by our booth and discover how your heart beats in Eastern Manitoba!
Coffee House Fundraiser for the Piney Area Food Pantry
Date: February 10
Location: International Christian Fellowship Church
Time: 4:30 PM
Enjoy live music, silent auction, light lunch, desserts, specialty coffees, and teas.
Date: February 10, 2018
Location: Woodridge Community Club
Times: From: 5:00 PM
Don’t miss out on a fun and entertaining evening with tribute artist Corny Rempel as ELVIS, Saturday, Feb 10th at the Woodridge Community Centre. The dinner is at 5 pm and the show starts at 7 pm (cash bar, 50/50 draw).
Date: February 11, 2018
Location: Pine Point Trail – Whiteshell Provincial Park
Times: From: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Trek through fresh snow, discovering winter’s finest designs and some of the most scenic locations in the park on our guided snowshoe adventures!
Snowshoe along with a Park Interpreter as we trek to the scenic Pine Point Rapids. Along the way, discover what makes a Whiteshell winter special. At the rapids, warm up in the shelter with hot chocolate next to the woodstove. We’ll provide snowshoes or bring your own!
Date: February 10 to 11
Location: Light of the Prairies Centre Lumiere des Prairies – Lorette, Manitoba
This is the basic, introductory course of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. It is the prerequisite to the advanced weekend workshops and other advanced training through the Foundation (www.shamanism.org)
During the Basic experiential workshop, participants are introduced to core shamanism, the universal, near-universal, and common methods of the shaman to enter nonordinary reality for problem-solving and healing. Particular emphasis is on the classic shamanic journey, one of the most remarkable visionary methods used by humankind to explore the hidden universe otherwise known mainly through myth and dream. Participants are initiated into shamanic journeying, aided by drumming and other techniques for experiencing the shamanic state of consciousness and for awakening dormant spiritual abilities, including connections with Nature.