Sunday, January 18, 2015

Rock Da Cabin 3RD Annual Edmonton Band-Aid Arts and Music Festival

April 4 2:30 p.m.
In support of Little Warriors
Old Timers Cabin
9430 Scona Road

We have to THANK Dorinda Emery and the Old Timers Cabin for sponsoring us this year ! A true Humanitarian and an Ordinary Albertan Helping Build Be Brave Ranch ! Hats off to you Dorinda Emery and The OTC. Executive.

Tickets & More Info: Facebook Event


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Friday, January 9, 2015

#YEG Edmonton Youth Blues Challenge

We are seeking the best young blues artists in the city…

to share their talents during the intermissions of our presentation of Life, Death and The Blues, February 11 – March 1, 2015, in the Club at the Citadel.

Life, Death and The Blues is a spanking new, made-in-Canada, multi-media concert hybrid created and performed by award-winning blues musician and actor Raoul Bhaneja. This exciting, pulsating musical journey also features none other than the Juno Award winning singer of R & B and soul, the amazing Divine Brown. Also performing are members of the Maple Blues Award winning band, The Big Time: Jake Chisholm (guitar), Tom Bona (drums) and Chris Banks (upright bass).

And we want you!

If you are a blues artist 25 years old or under – whether a solo act, a duo, or a band – you are eligible to enter the Edmonton Youth Blues Challenge. All you have to do is post a video of you performing a blues number on YouTube, using the title “Edmonton Youth Blues Challenge – YOUR NAME.” We also ask that you include the hashtag #YEGYBC in your video upload so you’re easy to find…and be sure to share it with your friends on Facebook and Twitter!  And you could also include hashtag #CitadelYEG to help us stay in touch.

Read more about Edmonton Youth Blues Challenge 

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

#YEG Restore & Renew


Thursday January 18 (13:00–16:30)
School of Raq Bellydance Studio

Rejuvenate yourself and kick off the upcoming dance year with 2 exciting workshops from Kara & Kerry!
As dancers, it is so important that we take care of our bodies and our spirits. These lovely ladies would like to share some of their knowledge on the subject with you.

1:00 – 2:30pm: RESTORATIVE YOGA WITH KERRY $40

Join Kerry for a workshop dedicated to self-care and soul-nourishment. Although the holidays are a time of joy and reconnection with loved-ones, they can often leave us feeling over-extended. This workshop will explore a restorative yoga practice to restore energy and connection to our authentic selves. Restorative yoga brings the practitioner into a state of deep relaxation, not usually reached during sleep, which aids in the lowering of blood pressure and blood sugar as well as improving digestion and symptoms of insomnia and fatigue. Restorative yoga is accessible to all bodies and abilities and uses an abundance of props to ensure your practice is safe and comfortable. Participants will go home with the knowledge and tools to implement elements of restorative yoga in their everyday lives.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

3:00 - 4:30pm: FOAM ROLLING WITH KARA $40
Foam rolling is a form of self massage used to help relieve muscle tension, to stretch and relax the muscles. Join Kara as she works the way through the whole body teaching how to properly stretch and foam roll all major muscle groups from head to toe.

Don't have a foam roller? Pre-order one for $20!

These workshops are not just for dancers! Tell your friends!
Sign up for both workshops for $70!

How to Register
Online http://www.schoolofraq.com/
By Phone 780-761-0727
Via Email info@schoolofraq.com

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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Beginner Hot Yoga - St. Abert

Thursday January 8 - March 26
Noon till 1:00 P.M.
Soul Fitness Mind Body Studios
#10, 20 Circle Drive
St. Albert Phone: 780.458.0009

If you would like to try Hot Yoga and are free on Thursdays at noon, come join in for hot beginners yoga at Soul Fitness! 

This is a registered program where we slowly introduce heat & you can learn how to do yoga for your own body. Classes start this Thursday. Cost is $150 for 8 weeks, and you get 3 free class passes to use how you wish.

More information

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Friday, January 2, 2015

January Camrose Songbook Sunday

Bailey Theatre
5041 50 St,
Camrose, AB
January 11, 2015 (2:00 - 4:00 p.m.)

The historic Bailey Theatre is proud to provide a space for this event, this season. Whether you’re a musician or a music enthusiast, you’re sure to find all the fullness and richness of the Folk tradition at Songbook Sunday, an acoustic song circle and open mic

Songbook Sunday, is always on the second Sunday of each month, every month.

Songbook Sunday January Facebook Event - Facebook Page - Webpage

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Saturday, December 20, 2014

#YEG As The Needle drops on Jasper, anticipation rises

Story by: Tamanna Khurana

Edmonton music fans have been hearing whispers of a new downtown venue opening up in spring of 2015, and as more answers are revealed, more questions are raised in anticipation of what could change the face of the city’s live music scene.

The Needle Tavern plans to bring live music, a full kitchen and bar to the old home of CKUA on Jasper Avenue seven nights a week. While a lot of the venue is still in the works, there are plans for two floors, one with two stages for shows ranging from 150 to 450 people and another with traditional bar games like billiards and darts. Of course vinyl will be spinning from open to close between live acts.

“It’s not just music,” Needle owner James Leder says. “It’s where people can socialize and hopefully build a strong community. It’s all about quality.”


Read the complete article from t5jdowntownnews and follow them on Twitter @T5Jedmonton


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#YEG Did you live in the Town of #JasperPlace before in became part of Edmonton?

Did you:
  • Ride Diamond Bus Lines, to the old downtown Union Depot?
  • Remember the 9:00 curfew, at night?
  • Shop till 9:00 at night, five days a week?
  • Shop in the Jasper Place Department Store?
  • Go to the Starlight Drive Inn?
  • Cruse the "Dub", on Stony Plain Rd.
  • Hang out at Meadowlark Mall?
  • Bowl at Lynwood Lanes or at Meadowlark Lanes?
  • Go to JP High or St.FX?
  • Go for a beer and listen to the great bands, downstairs at the "Diker"?
We've got a Facebook group. This group is for anyone who lived in Jasper Place, before the town was amalgamated by Edmonton. Share this post, with others, you knew that lived in JP?
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