June 24 – Create, Connect, Inspire: An Evening of Empowerment for Women

Healthy Empowered WomenWine & Cheese
Doors open at 7:00pm.
$10 (Advance tickets required – click “read more” to purchase.)

Holistic Wellness Facilitator and host of Healthy Empowered Women meetup group, Dawn Kress, will be sharing her journey of empowerment, through illness, low self esteem and debilitating fear, to wellness, self acceptance and light.

Create new paradigms, Connect with like minded women,
be prepared to be Inspired!

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Week #1: An Empty Room with Megan Nash – “Try”

We are so excited to launch “An Empty Room” with Megan Nash’s performance of “Try”!  Watch the video today and tune into CBC’s Morning Edition tomorrow (Tuesday) morning for the official Radio launch of the series!  CBC will be airing the audio of this recording and Brent Nielsen, the artistic director of the series, will on at 8:15am to tell you all about it!  Subscribe to our youtube channel to follow this weekly series and tune into CBC every Monday morning to hear the audio from each live off the floor recording.  For more on Megan Nash, go to http://www.megannash.ca

Empty Room series to Launch next week!

Megan Nash recording for An Empty Room.

Megan Nash recording for An Empty Room.

We are about to launch our cool new video series “An Empty Room”.  The series showcases some of Saskatchewan’s most promising artists, such as Megan Nash, Colter Wall, and Rosie & the Riveters.  Why look beyond our borders when Saskatchewan has so much to offer?  Exactly… that’s why we didn’t.

Twelve Saskatchewan acts have been hand picked to perform two songs each to an empty room in the Hague Gallery at Creative City Centre.  We will be posting one video a week for 24 weeks, starting this Monday with Megan Nash!  The audio from these live performances will be broadcast on CBC Radio’s Morning Edition with Stefani Langenagger.  (This week, the audio will be on CBC on Tuesday morning, due to the long weekend.)  Stay tuned for the first video or subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you don’t miss any of these great performances!

May 29 – Thirst Youth Slam featuring Elif Atila and Caragana Ennis

Elif Atila

Elif Atila

Doors at 7:30pm
Show starts around 8:00
Admission: $5 or pay what you can (no one turned away)
Cash bar – must be 19 with valid ID
All ages

Thirst Youth Slam is Regina’s only youth-specific spoken word performance series… and we cannot wait to share with our community.  So, in anticipation of a full season of things to come… we are soft-launching NOW — with a full 2015/16 season launch in the fall. Celebrate with us!

A poetry slam is a dialogue between audience and performer. It is a competitive event wherein spoken word artists share their work in a high-spirited, fast-paced environment to an often uproarious crowd. We’ll also follow up the slam with an open mic, time permitting.

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May 30 – Behind the Songs: Keiffer Mclean, Colter Wall, and Judith Morrissey

BTS circle cropped

Features: Keiffer Mclean, Colter Wall and Judith Morrissey
Doors at 8:00pm. Show starts at 8:30pm.  Open mic to follow.
$10 (Advance ticket sales are now closed.)
All ages.  Cash bar.

Behind The Songs is a monthly concert series that features Canadian songwriters in a songwriters circle format.  We take songwriters from various backgrounds, put them on stage, and encourage them to share with the audience their songs, the stories behind the songs, and a bit about their writing process.  This intimate format enables the audience to feel closer to the songwriters and to learn more about them and their creative process.  You don’t have to be a songwriter to enjoy this, as long as you enjoy music, this event is for you!

Each month features three or four songwriters on stage, and this month, we’ve got Keiffer Mclean, Colter Wall and Judith Morrissey.  Following their performance, there will be an open stage, where anyone is welcome to share one or two of their own songs.  Join us for this special night of music and story-telling, and in welcoming these three talented songwriters and performers to the stage… they will be on from 8:30pm to 9:45pm, with our open mic session to follow.  (Next month’s “Behind the Songs” is on June 20.)

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May 2 – Nightrunner Scavenger Hunt

7-10pm
Free, with suggested donation of $20 per team

Night Runner promoThe Nightrunner Team is holding an INTERACTIVE Scavenger Hunt to raise funds for the film (more details here)!

Get together a Team of 2 or 3 (families with children can compete as one team). Starting at 7:00pm till 10:00 pm bring your team down and register at the Creative City Centre – Haque Gallery. Register your team name to receive your list of clues for the scavenger hunt.
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May 6 – Hitchhikers Improv!

Doors at 7:30 pm

Show starts at 8:00 pm

Hitchhikers Improv

Come join us May 6th for something a little different! A night of sketch and stand up comedy featuring all of the members of Hitchhikers Improv!  This show is limited seating and all tickets will be sold in advance, so get yours now!  Only $5!  Click here to purchase tickets!

May 9 – Stillhouse Poets CD Release with Kenzie

Stillhouse Poets

Stillhouse Poets

Doors at 7:30pm.  Show at 8:00pm.
$10 admission.  All ages.  Cash bar.

They played to a sold out crowd here at the CCC for the launch of their self titled debut – and now The Stillhouse Poets are back to release their sophomore album “Hangin’ Crows”. The Poets are a roots duo from Regina.  Their influences are drawn deep from the musical well waters of the Mississippi Delta and the Appalachian mountains.  With songs about blood & dusty bibles, black crows & barbed wire, there’s a  “prairie gothic” theme that runs through the music.  Advance ticket sales are now closed.  $10 Admission at the door. [Read more…]

How To Run a Non Profit, Take Two! May 19 to July 21

Due to popular demand, we are adding an evening version of this program, to be held on Tuesday evenings from 7 pm to 9:30 pm.  Tnonprofithis ten-week course (beginning May 19 at 7 pm) will introduce participants to general concepts in non-profit organization administration, including the process of managing and marketing non-profit organizations, examining models for financing organizations, and board governance. While the primary focus of this program is on arts and creative industry organizations, the concepts align across all types of non-profit organizational management. [Read more…]

April 11 – Heritage Tours presents: Kristina Hedlund, Riva Feelings Experience, Dagan Harding, and Tiny

Dagan Harding

Dagan Harding

IMPORTANT: This show has been relocated to the Lancaster Taphouse, 4529 Gordon Road, Grasslands.
Show starts at 8:30pm.  No cover.
www.thelancaster.ca
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Heritage Tours is an ongoing tour of various Heritage sites in Regina by musician Dagan Harding and others and is intended to engage crowds with art and music at weird, random, up-close and intimate Heritage sites throughout Regina.  By combining a fun evening of live music with beautiful Heritage sites, these shows create a new, more intimate way for people to experience heritage buildings and their history.  This April 11th show features performances by Kristina Hedlund, Riva Feeling Experience, Dagan Harding, and Tiny, with live images by Colby Richardson.

After a successful career with indie band Despistado (Jade Tree) in the early 2000s, and rock ensemble Geronimo in the late 2000s, Dagan Harding has spent the last four years honing his next project in Montreal, Que. Upon his recent return to the prairies he has brought with him a new batch of songs and a unique approach to writing, singing and playing — all influenced by his neighbour Leonard Cohen, bands The Smiths, The Sonics and Fugazi.

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