Tuesday, May 30, 2006


Here is an update re Veronica and Kirk Creed
from Helma Rogge
Kirk and Veronica lost their home/studio in a recent fire, that ate everything, please read on:
The good news is, that they have a roof over their heads and that Veronica can tend her vegetable garden. And even more so that they will be on the WAVE tour which is June 10 and 11. Visit www.watchthewave.ca

Re: social to be held for Kirk and Veronica
Date: Friday, June 16, 8 pm
Venue: 612 Valour Road, north of Portage Ave, Wpg
BYOB and $10 /ticket by donation. When tickets ready Helma will let you know where you can get yours.
Silent Auction And, as usual at occasions like this, bring snack foods for all to share. Darryll and Keith and their fellow musician will entertain, and perhaps more. Please come forward and get in touch with Darryll of Hillbilly Burlesque, or Keith of Spatula, to offer your talents that would make this a great evening. Helma will take offers of volunteers to put together a ‘mean’ Silent Auction, please contact her if you can collect donations that can be put in this. Also volunteers are needed to help set up and clear up the silent auction and the hall. $10 donations requested for the trailer, so Kirk and Veronica will be the rightfull owners of the trailer, are coming in. here is the address to mail your cheque to: Don and Norma Torbert, P.O.Box 1256, Gimli, MB R0C 1B0. Thanks a million for those who have already mailed their donation. Cheerio colleagues in creative synergy - Helma.

5th WAVE Artists' Studio Tour 2006
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm June 10 and 11 & September 2 & 32 Great Weekend Adventures in Art: The tour focuses on art and culture in the Interlake communities. Essentially a self-guided tour, visitors can meet artists and artisans for an up close and personal experience in the artist's studio/workshop.
The tour menu features artists accomplished in these fine crafts: pottery, stained glass, lampwork glass jewellery, fibre art, hooked rugs, quilts, photography. Jewellery, influenced by ancient Celtic designs, waterclourpaintings, acrylic and mixed media; and exquisitely designed willow furniture. A luthier who crafts customs-designed guitars and other stringed instruments brings the discipline of music to give another tempo to the tour. There are eclectic galleries that show high caliber art work by a selection of Manitoba artists both local and province wide.CONTACTS: HELMA ROGGE REHDERS EMAIL: hroggere@mts.net ph: 1.204.389.5633
Sandy Driscoll Email: beachwes@mts.net ph: 1.204.389.4813


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