What s Happening in our Community

What’s Happening in our Community DECEMBER 2016 Events DATE TIME Thurs. Dec 1st & 15th Beading Workshop Thurs. Dec 8th Painting Workshop with Arti...
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What’s Happening in our Community

DECEMBER 2016

Events DATE

TIME

Thurs. Dec 1st & 15th Beading Workshop Thurs. Dec 8th Painting Workshop with Artist Remai

12:30 2:30 PM

Tues. Dec 6th and 13th

DESCRIPTION International Women of Saskatoon (IWS): Just4Women: Beading and Painting Workshops The Just4Women program is offering painting and beading Workshops as a part of our skills building sessions every Thursday. The sessions are open to all women, everyone is welcome to attend!

CONTACT Tayyaba Sultana: 306-978-6611

Location: International Women of Saskatoon’s Main Office 303-336 5th Avenue North, Saskatoon www.internationalwomenofsaskatoon.org 10:00— International Women of Saskatoon (IWS): 11:30 AM Just4Women Fitness Sessions: Yoga The Just4Women program offers fitness sessions every Tuesday each month. Just4Women will be offering Yoga Sessions for December. The sessions are open to all women, everyone is welcome to attend!

Tayyaba Sultana: 306-975-6611 Just4womenseries.iws @gmail.com

Location: International women of Saskatoon’s Main Office 303—336 5th Avenue North, Saskatoon www.internationalwomenofsaskatoon.org Tues. Dec 6th and 13th

12:30 2:30 PM

International Women of Saskatoon (IWS): Just4Women Women’s Club: Financial Consideration for Women The Just4Women program is offering sessions on financial considerations for women. The sessions are open to all women, everyone is welcome to attend.

Tayyaba Sultana: 306-978-6611

Location: International Women of Saskatoon’s Main Office 303—336 5th Avenue North, Saskatoon www.internationalwomenofsaskatoon.org Wed. Dec 7th

1:00— 3:00 PM

International Women of Saskatoon (IWS): Group Learning Circle—Child Care in Saskatoon: Everything You Need to Know The session will explore the following different types of child care options, choosing the right child care option for your family, eligibility and applications for child care subsidies and how to report concerns with child care. Sessions are open to all newcomers, immigrants and refugees. Location: International Women of Saskatoon’s Main Office 303—336 5th Avenue North, Saskatoon www.internationalwomenofsaskatoon.org

Juliana Marques: 306-978-6611 Settlementadvisor.iws @gmail.com

What’s Happening in our Community

DECEMBER 2016

Events DATE

TIME

Dec 7

7:00 PM

DESCRIPTION Federation des Francophones de Saskatoon Open Mic Nights Free!

CONTACT For more info: www.francosaskatoon.ca

Location: Drift Sidewalk Café & Vista Lounge 339 Avenue A Dec 8

8:00 PM

Federation des Francophone de Saskatoon Le PIF et sa drole de bande—Francophone Improve Adult $4 Students and Under 18 $2

For more info: www.francosaskatoon.ca

Location: Le Relais—308 4th Avenue North Sat. Dec 10th

2:00— 4:00 PM

Amnesty International Write-a-Thon: International Human Rights Day—Write for Rights

Helen Smith— McIntyre:

Use your pen to show some love!

306-717-5110

Location: Augustana Lutheran Church 1201 Broadway Avenue, 7th St. and Broadway (Use the 7th St. Entrance) Fri. Dec 9th & 16th

12:30— 2:30 PM

International Women of Saskatoon (IWS): Just4Women Baking and Cooking Class The Just4Women program is offering cooking and baking classes every Friday. The sessions are open to all women, everyone is welcome to attend!

Tayyaba Sultana: 306-978-6611

Location: International Women of Saskatoon’s Main Office 303—336 5th Avenue North, Saskatoon www.internationalwomenofsaskatoon.org Tues. Dec. 13th

7:30 — Roxy Theatre: 11:30 PM Allegiance: a Broadway Musical on the big screen Allegiance is the story of the Kimura family, whose lives are upended when they and 120,000 other Japanese-Americans are forced to leave their homes following the events of Pearl Harbor. Sam Kimura seeks to prove his patriotism by fighting for his country in the war, but his sister, Kei, fiercely protests the government’s racist treatment of the Japanese American people. Location: The Roxy Theatre—320, 20th Street West [email protected]—Tickets available now

Jordan: 306-665-0552

What’s Happening in our Community

DECEMBER 2016

Events DATE

TIME

Dec 14

7:00 PM

DESCRIPTION Federation des Francophones de Saskatoon Tout en haut du monde >> to Remi Chaye

CONTACT For more info: www.francosaskatoon.ca

French movie with English Subtitles Location: Roxy Theatre - 320 20th Street W Four Week Program Bi-weekly Start dates

9:00 AM - Radius Community Centre - Pre-Employment Training for Rhea Rosvold: 3:00 PM Unemployed or Underemployed Workers: Daily 306-665-0362 Skills Enhancement Pre-Employment Program  Employee Development Workshops  Career exploration and action planning  Resume, Cover letter, Interview Skills and Job Search Support Minimum CLB English Language Level 5 requirement, call to inquire. *No charge—made possible through funding from The Ministry of the Economy, Province of Saskatchewan. Location: 611 First Avenue North www.radiuscentre.com

Weekly until Dec. 17th. Will resume Jan. 9th

Varies

Saskatoon Open Door Society: Conversation Circles for English Practice Learn about Saskatoon and Canadian culture while you practice speaking and listening in English. Everyone is welcome, no registration necessary. Drop-in anytime. Mondays 9:00-10:30am Lawson Heights School 430 Redberry Road Tuesdays 6:30-8:00pm Mayfair Library 602 33rd Street West Tuesdays 7:00-8:30pm Alice Turner Library 110 Nelson Road Wednesdays 6:30-8:00pm SODS 247 1st Avenue North Wednesdays 6:30-8:00pm WP Bate School 2515 18th Street West Thursdays 6:30-8:00pm Cliff Wright Library 1653 McKercher Drive Saturdays 10:30am-12:00 SODS 247 1st Avenue North

Taya Raine: [email protected] 306-653-4464 Ext #354

What’s Happening in our Community

DECEMBER 2016

Events DATE

TIME

Sat. Dec 31

5:00 8:45 PM

Every Friday

DESCRIPTION

Saskatoon Fireworks Festival: Jeff Culbert YXE-NYE-150 Mark December 31, 2016 on your calendar. A special celebration 306-652-1487 on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River will launch Saskatoon’s 150 birthday party with some great outdoor fun. Join [email protected] us for snow and ice art, cultural performances, live entertainment, and a fireworks show fired from the Broadway Bridge slated for 20:17 (8:17 pm hehe) Lots to experience!  Cultural performers and entertainment / bands on an outdoor stage on Spadina Cres.  A skating party at the Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink at PotashCorp Plaza  A pyrotechnical show visible from a wide geographic area on both sides of the river

10:00 AM International Women of Saskatoon (IWS): Drop in EAL Class 12:00 PM Drop in English Language classes open to everyone, offered every Friday. Location: International Women of Saskatoon’s Main Office 303—336 5th Avenue North, Saskatoon www.Internationalwomenofsaskatoon.org *Classes are cancelled the last two weeks of December (Dec 23rd and Dec 30th)

1st Sunday of the Month

1:00 PM

CONTACT

Shandee Chapman: 306-978-6611 [email protected] gmail.com

Unitarian Congregation: Drumming Circle The Unitarian Congregation hosts a drumming circle on the first Sunday of the month. It’s free and no experience is required. We have an assortment of percussion instruments, if you don’t have your own. Location: Unitarian Centre—213 2nd Street East

Every Thursday

11:00 AM CHEP Good Food Inc.: - 3:00 PM Fresh Food Community Market A weekly produce market designed to make fresh, inexpensive, healthy food more accessible in Riversdale and the core neighborhoods. Please check out www.chep.org for more information. Location: Station 20 West—1120th 20th Street West

For more information please call: 306-655-4575

What’s Happening in our Community

DECEMBER 2016

Events DATE Ongoing Every Tuesday & Thursday

TIME

DESCRIPTION

1:00 PM - Saskatchewan Intercultural Association: 3:00 PM Mom & Tot Sessions Provides an opportunity to newcomer moms to meet other newcomers and promote friendships, and support networks and offer a place for both moms and toddlers to play, learn and develop in a stricter twice a week program. Location: Forest Grove Community Church www.saskintercultural.org

Starting January

DanceEgypt Dance Co.: Middle Eastern Belly Dance Classes Join us for our January session of Middle Eastern belly dance classes starting January 9th. An excellent way to de-stress, exercise and learn a new dance. Learn technique or check out Shaabi Fit for follow-along fitness. Make it your New Year’s Resolution.

CONTACT Tehreem Zafar LINC Program Coordinator: 306-978-1818 Ext 221 [email protected] cultural.org

Elaine Mantyka: [email protected]

Location: 508—12th Street East www.danceegypt.com of Find us of Facebook. Feb. 2nd & 3rd

Ignite The Life: Ignite the Life Youth Suicide Prevention Conference The aim of the Ignite The Life conference is to give youth the tools, guidance and support to push through difficult and challenging times where hope is all but lost. We are planning a 2 day conference with speakers, panels and interactive sessions to actively engage and inspire the 500 Northern SK youth aged 11-15 we aim to host. They will become Ignite The Life Ambassadors. Location: Saskatoon Inn

Please see website for more details: www.ignitethelife.ca