SUM Theatre in Mount Royal Park – July 19

SUM Theatre in the Park 2018

“Queen Seraphina & the Land of Vertebraat”

 

July 19th at 7pm in Mount Royal Park

FREE event hosted by SUM Theatre

“Queen Seraphina & the Land of Vertebraat” is an epic tale about a time & a place where everyone was disabled. A land of golden ramps & quiet spaces that was ruled by kindness alone, until a mysterious stranger arrives… This original story was written by Adam Pottle & adapted by the Sum Theatre ensemble.

Everyone welcome at this FREE, family friendly show. Come an hour early to do a free craft with the Children’s Discovery Museum!

“Queen Seraphina & the Land of Vertebraat” will be performed in Saskatoon parks from July 2 – 31st.  Check their website to see the complete lists of dates in Saskatoon:

http://www.sumtheatre.com/theatre-in-the-park

Please note: SUM Theatre has requested this be a “Nut Free Performance” in Mount Royal.

 

Yoga Classes in June

You’re invited to join in a special summer yoga class held at Mount Royal Collegiate this June.

In this all-level summer yoga class, we will workshop specific poses according to each student’s body and level of ability.

Taught by Yoga Instructor Erika Faith, this special 4-week intensive will be held Tuesday evenings from 8:00pm -9:15pm, at Mount Royal Collegiate (2220 Rusholme Road).

Please check out the ad on kijiji:  https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details.html?adId=1359611478

If you know someone who may be interested, please pass this information along to them.

Mount Royal Newsletter 2018 June

Hello, the 2018 June issue of the Mount Royal Community Association newsletter is ready to download.  A printed copy will be delivered to over 1700 homes & businesses in Mount Royal.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD ALL PAGES (in PDF file format) of the Mount Royal Community Association’s 2018 June Newsletter

The Mount Royal Community Fun Day is on Saturday June 9th in Mount Royal Park.  Everyone is invited & welcome to attend.

 

 

Mount Royal Community Fun Day on June 9th

Mount Royal Community Fun Day

Mount Royal Community Fun Day

Saturday June 9th, 2018

11am to 4:30pm

 

The Mount Royal Community Association is excited to host our 6th annual Community Fun Day event with FREE entertainment for the community. The event is free & open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend!

The Mount Royal Community Day will take place in Mount Royal Park next to Howard Coad School from 11am to 4:30pm.

Please join us for an afternoon of activities, food & socializing with your neighbours!

 

Garage Sale:

The Mount Royal Community Association will have a garage sale table at the event to raise funds for Mount Royal community events & programs.

To donate any items, please email MountRoyalCommunity@gmail.com or call Larry at 306-384-3426 or 306-717-3276 & we can pick up the items at your convenience. Thank you for your donation.

 

BBQ:

Lunch – There will be a concession stand with BBQ hamburgers, BBQ hotdogs, pop & water available for purchase.

On-site – There will be tables & chairs to sit at while enjoying the entertainment, plus we have large tents *just in case* it rains or is really hot.  (It’s hard to predict the weather in Saskatchewan!).  There are washrooms available in the school.

Drop-Off – We will have a designated area next to Mount Royal Park where vehicles may drop off people at the entrance to the event.  This will hopefully make it easier for people with limited mobility or with children to attend & not have to walk so far. There will be no parking along this small part of the street as it will be reserved as a drop-off & loading zone.  This drop-off zone will be located on Avenue T North in between Howard Coad School & the Mount Royal Park (close to the intersection of Avenue T North & Rylston Road)

 

Fundraiser Concert with Saskia & Darrel, The Great Plains

A Fundraiser Concert with Saskia & Darrel, The Great Plains

 

Sunday, March 11 at 7:00 PM

 

Presented by & at: The Mount Royal Emmanuel United Church

Everyone is WELCOME!!!!

Tickets $15/Person. Available from Barb at 306.249.2433 or 306.370.0136. Tickets also at the door.

An evening filled with laughter & friendship, this is a show not to be missed!!

​Award winning Canadian Folk Duo Saskia & Darrel LOVE what they do & it shows in every song they sing. They have an easy, crowd-friendly style that instantly endears them to any audience.

This is “real” Canadian Music, woven around exquisite melodies, drenched in our culture & heritage delivered in comfortable highly skilled sets with oodles of self-poking humor. Enjoy a taste of Celtic, a dab of Bluegrass, some beautiful Gospel & some toe tapping favorites. Warning…..there might be some yodelin’!

They perform throughout all of Canada & Western Europe & have cultivated an immense following…… winning over their fans one town, one hall at a time.

www.thegreatplains.ca

…………. How do others presenters feel about an evening with Saskia & Darrel …………. 

“We are so glad your “walking shoes” brought you to Montgomery Place tonight. You connect so well with your audience through the words you write & sing. You sing of roads & journeys, trains & elevators, lands that shape us, & of gratitude, faith & love. Just like in your elevator song where the grain pours out like “liquid gold,” your songs pour out over the audience like “liquid gold.” Until we meet again, we’ll “keep the porch light on.”
—– By: Lesley Newman, St. David Trinity United Church, Saskatoon

  • One of the Great Songwriters in Canada —– Gary Fjellgaard
  • “The Voice of an Angel”  —– Gerrit Vermeij. Radio 2 Holland
  • “Standing Ovation in Switzerland”  —– Signed Robert Collette, Ambassador, Berne/Canadian Embassy, Bern
  • “Wild response from the Audience”  —– Todd Maclean. The Guardian, Charlotte Town, Prince Edward Island

………….  What do the fans say …………. 

Uplifted my Spirits!! I wanted to thank you both for the wonderful show. It uplifted my spirits & I could see many others around me. From the bottom of my heart, I just want to let you know how much your music, voices & spirits touch all who are lucky enough to be in the audience. Thanks again, we have a couple of CD’s now so we can listen again, & again………. —–Randi & Art. Nipawin

See you on stage! “The first time I heard the song “Laura’s Kitchen” I knew Darrel & Saskia had something special. The rest of the songs on this CD measure up to that standard. Heartfelt lyrics, friendly melodies, great vocals all supported by Darrel’s intricate acoustic guitar. Saskia more than holds her own with sensitive electric bass. Their live performance matches the quality of the CD. With the stories around the songs, it all adds up to an enjoyable evening of entertainment. A very comfortable visit to “Laura’s Kitchen”. See you on stage.” ——Gary Fjellgaard

Great Singing & Musicianship. Saskia & Darrel have assembled a great batch of songs on “songbirds”. They’ve obviously put in their time playing together, & it shows on this album; full of great singing, musicianship, & heart-felt original songs. ——Steve Dawson

Catch One’s Breath. Saskia & Darrel: What a fabulous show! Between hilarious stories & poignant song lyrics accented by extraordinary harmonies, there was hardly a moment to catch one’s breath. It was an evening none of us will forget for a very long while! Thank you on behalf of the Anne Murray Centre for an outstanding performance.” ——Susan Belliveau-. Springhill, Nova Scotia

Fundraiser Concert with Saskia & Darrel, The Great Plains

Thank You SaskPower

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SaskPower employee Nicky Breckner volunteered over 300 hours for the Mount Royal Community Association & received $500.00 from SaskPower to present to this organization.

SaskPower’s Employee Volunteer Program rewards employees volunteering in their communities by providing funds to the non-profit organizations they serve. Thanks for making your community a better place.

Thank you SaskPower for recognizing Nicky’s volunteerism & this generous donation to the Mount Royal Community Association!

 

Community Information Night with Troy Davies

Community Information Night with Troy Davies (City Councillor)

Thursday January 11th

6:30pm in the cafeteria at Mount Royal Collegiate

 

HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT THE CITY OF SASKATOON?
ie. Concerns about the Sound Wall; new user fees for garbage collection; taxes; delays in removing graffiti; new restrictions on backyard fire pits; pedestrians being hit by vehicles on 22nd Street; etc…..

Join us for coffee & meet City Councillor Troy Davies [Ward 4].  Troy will update us on city projects, concerns about our community & answer questions.

Everybody is WELCOME & encouraged to attend.  There will be coffee & dessert