Door Admission $25 ; Plated Meal $30 Optional Extra
Advanced Tickets Only. Tickets available from Church Office or Call Karen at 306.825.2976. Tickets available until June 12th.
Meal by Chef Marcin Paszkowski.
Meal Choice 1: Braised Beef - Tender beef served with roasted potatoes, honey- glazed carrots, French beans, caramelized onions and gravy. Dessert included.
Meal Choice 2: Ravioli - Ricotta ravioli, applewood bacon, chicken, wild mushrooms in cream sauce and spinach. Dessert included.
Smooth Jazz – NOT your common elevator music! Smooth Jazz songs are based on simpler chords like you here on top 40 pop tunes and the instruments (most often Saxophone) are the ‘voice’ – playing simple and beautiful melodies. June’s event is a favorite for our electric bass and drums – as they add a definite funky feel – and the jazz comes into play as the music is improvised over those beautiful melodies, and easy to listen to chords. If you like the music of Dave Koz, David Sanborn or Richard Elliott to name a few – you’ll enjoy Smooth Jazz Night.
Awkward Silence (Comedy)
A generic date for a man and a woman were they participate in the date and narrate their experiences.
The Art of Dating (Comedy)
In the near future, relationships are negotiated using professional matchmakers, who hope for a spark between their clients. But what happens when the chemistry is between the matchmakers?
The Casseroles of Far Rockaway (Drama)
Ron and his three daughters are dealing with moving on and too many casseroles.
Three Tables (Drama)
Three tables: three dates: three different relationship stories.
Wedding Bash (Comedy)
Lonny and Dana are hosting their old friends shortly after their wedding where they discover not everyone was as impressed with the wedding reception.
Call Vic Juba Box Office: 780.872.7400 (Monday-Friday 9:30 am - 4:30 pm)
Buy the Book - Coles will be on site with books for sale from regional authors
When he began his career with the Saskatoon Police in 1987, Ernie Louttit was only the city’s third indigenous police officer. Indian Ernie, as he came to be known on the streets, details an era of challenge, prejudice, and also tremendous change in urban policing. Drawing from his childhood, army career, and service as a veteran patrol officer, Louttit shares stories of criminals and victims, the night shift, avoiding politics, but most of all, the realities of the marginalized and disenfranchised.
Louttit spent his entire career (including as a Sergeant) patrolling the streets of Saskatoon’s west side, an area until recently beset by poverty, and terrible social conditions. Here, he struggled to bring justice to communities where the lines between criminal and victim often blurred. Though Louttit’s story is characterized by conflict, danger, and violence, he argues that empathy and love for the community you serve are the greatest tools in any officer’s hands, especially when policing society’s less fortunate.
To all performing artists: Thank you for your interest in this year's festival.
At this time we are only accepting inquiries from Saskatchewan musicians, drama productions, and dance productions for July 26 - August 1, 2020.