A good time was had by all tonight as Lloydminster reads featured not only Saskatoon author J.C. Paulson but local authors Billi Miller, Ted Haas, Karue Wacira, Ann Campbell, Kyra and Della Stefanuk.
A special shout out to event co-chairs Denise Totman and Leslie Anne Davidson who once again did a great job in creating a stellar event.
Thanks go out to Tara Challman who created a replica of the murder weapon from Adam's Witness and demonstrated its efficacy as a weapon on the author. (Please note: no writers were injured in the production of this photo)
Art Market, Farmers Market, Main Stage, Children’s Area, Food Trucks Artist Demonstrations outside The Collective Art Market
In Partnership with Downtown Lloydminster BID and Lloydminster Farmers Market
Don't forget to stop by and take part in our Community Art Project. We can’t wait to see the community get creative with this string art, and have the finished pieces hanging in various facilities and locations throughout town!
Juried Show, Photography Show, and Youth Show - featuring local and regional artists and photographers in the following categories: landscapes, seascapes, floral/botanical, portraits, wildlife, cropped perspectives, still life, westerns, stained glass, sculptures, carvings, woodworking, pottery, folk art, contemporary, colour photography, gothic, cartoons, B&W photography, tattoo designs, model painting, animae, and fantasy art.
On display at the Lloydmiinster Cultural and Science Centre until June 23. Regular admission applies.
For two nights, June 20 & June 21, The Root Bistro will ring with the sounds of Smooth Jazz, Acid Jazz and some plain old funky music. Murray McDonnell and Ross Ulmer have been transcribing tunes like crazy. You’ll hear “Get it On’ by the Smooth Jazz sensation Brian Culbertson, standard fusion music from the 70’s like the pop hit “Feel’s So Good’ by Chuck Mangione, and even the Dave Stuart/Candy Dulfer hit “Lily was Here”. Featuring some of Lloydminster’s finest local musicians.
It will be a fun night - - music starts at 7:30 - - visit the Root’s new décor and special supper menu and enjoy a draft or a glass of wine while listening to some great tunes. Proceeds from the $10.00 cover charge will go entirely towards Arts Without Borders Festival. Reservations highly recommended, call 306-825-5885.
The Ties That Bind is a collection of six one-act plays performed during 2018 Arts Without Borders Festival. Each one-act explores relationships in different stages. Mature content.
Lloydminster Little Theatre and Arts Without Borders is using Vic Juba Box Office to sell tickets for The Ties That Bind. All performances will be held at Black Box Theatre at Lakeland College. Order your tickets online by clicking the date above, or order by phone at 780.872.7400 (Mon-Fri 9:30am-3:30pm), or order in person at the Box Office.