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SATUR­DAY, NOVEM­BER 10

Books

1 p.m. Robin Mcgrath

Robin Mcgrath will read from her lat­est book, “Life on the Mista Shipu: Dis­patches from Labrador” from 1-2 p.m. at the Holy­rood Pub­lic Li­brary, Holy­rood Ac­cess Road. Re­fresh­ments will be served. Books will be for sale. All are wel­come.

Dance

9 a.m. Na­tional Au­di­tions

Canada’s Na­tional Bal­let School (NBS) is dar­ing dancers across the coun­try to make their dreams come true by au­di­tion­ing for NBS’ an­nual Na­tional Au­di­tion Tour. The tour will visit St. John’s with open classes on Nov. 10 and au­di­tions on Nov. 11 at the Arts and Cul­ture Cen­tre. Au­di­tions for the school’s full-time Pro­fes­sional Bal­let Pro­gram (stu­dents in grades 6 –12) and Post-sec­ondary Pro­gram (high school grad­u­ates) are spe­cially de­signed bal­let classes where dancers are as­sessed for qual­ity of move­ment, co­or­di­na­tion and over­all suit­abil­ity for the de­mands of clas­si­cal bal­let. The min­i­mum age to au­di­tion is 10, and no prior bal­let train­ing is re­quired for stu­dents aged 12 and un­der. Ju­nior and se­nior dance stu­dents are also wel­come to par­tic­i­pate in NBS open classes, which are de­signed for stu­dents to at­tend re­gard­less of their in­tent to au­di­tion for the full­time pro­gram. For fur­ther de­tails please visit www.nbs-enb.ca. Open classes take place be­tween 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Au­di­tions take place be­tween 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Live Mu­sic

10:30 p.m.

Dana Par­sons Project

Per­form­ing at The Mar­tini Bar.

11 p.m.

Adam Bax­ter Al­bum Re­lease Party

Re­leased as a sur­prise treat for at­ten­dees of Mu­sicnl Week and Live at Heart New­found­land in Oc­to­ber, “Open and Shut” comes just four months af­ter Adam Bax­ter’s re­cent full-length, full-band re­lease, “Do­mes­tic.” Adam is ex­cited to of­fer his lis­ten­ers an in­ti­mate col­lec­tion of stripped down acous­tic songs to cap­ture the solo live show he has given all over At­lantic Canada. Fresh off a sold-out New­found­land tour sup­port­ing Aus­tralian record­ing artist Daniel Cham­pagne, Adam is ex­cited to bring the show to St. John’s at The Black Sheep with guests Kay­lyn Turner and The Blue Mood. $10 cover at the door. Lim­ited seat­ing, get down early. 19+.

The­atre

2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. ‘Beauty and the Beast’

The Flu­var­ium and Ren­nie’s River Fall Mu­si­cals’ pro­duc­tion of “Beauty and the Beast,” the Broad­way mu­si­cal, is on­stage at Holy Heart The­atre in sup­port of The Flu­var­ium. For tick­ets, con­tact the box of­fice at 579-4424 or visit holy­heartthe­atre.com.

SUN­DAY, NOVEM­BER 11

Ra­dio

2 p.m.

VOWR Guest In­ter­view

Bar­bara De Land speaks with Robert Doyle, ed­i­tor of Doyle’s 2019 New­found­land and Labrador Al­manac. Robert high­lights in­trigu­ing in­for­ma­tion about the prov­ince’s his­tory and tra­di­tions, and pro­vides phys­i­cal in­for­ma­tion con­cern­ing cli­mate, tem­per­a­ture, tides, ice and snow. He also gives his 2019 weather and cli­mate pre­dic­tions.

Tune in on the AM dial 800, on­line at VOWR.ORG., or through cable ra­dio – Rogers 945 and Bell Aliant 756.

Re­li­gion

5:15 p.m. Latin Mass

The holy sac­ri­fice of the mass in the ex­tra­or­di­nary form (tra­di­tional Latin) is cel­e­brated on Sun­days at St. Pius X Church on Smithville Cres­cent. Latin-english missals pro­vided. Come ex­pe­ri­ence the ever an­cient and the ever new. For more in­for­ma­tion, email un­av­oce.sopc@gmail.com.

Re­mem­brance Day

10:10 a.m. Pa­rade and cer­e­mony in St. John’s

The Royal Cana­dian Le­gion New­found­land and Labrador Re­mem­brance Day pa­rade and cer­e­mony will be­gin at the Sergeants’ Me­mo­rial, Queen’s Road at 10:10 a.m. The pa­rade will ar­rive at the Na­tional War Me­mo­rial at ap­prox­i­mately 10:45 a.m.

4 p.m.

For the Fallen

Can­tus Vocum Cham­ber Choir (Chad Stride, Artis­tic Di­rec­tor) presents our an­nual con­cert, For the Fallen. Joined by the won­der­ful Young Men’s En­sem­ble of At­lantic Boy­choir (Jakub and Jen­nifer Martinec, Artis­tic Di­rec­tors) and the rous­ing Sal­va­tion Army Ci­tadel Band (Don Lang­don, Band­mas­ter), you will be treated to a wide range of gor­geous mu­sic pay­ing trib­ute to all who have served and cel­e­brat­ing our pre­cious lives and free­dom. For the Fallen takes place at the Sal­va­tion Army Ci­tadel (25 Adams Ave.). Ad­mis­sion is $20 ($15 for se­niors and stu­dents) and tick­ets are avail­able now from choir mem­bers, or at the door.

Go­ing Down of the Sun

In­stead of reg­u­lar morn­ing ser­vices, St. James United Church (330 Eliz­a­beth Ave.) will hold a Go­ing Down of the Sun ser­vice to com­mem­o­rate Re­mem­brance Day, with mu­sic by our church’s band, Sight Re­stored. We in­vite you to join us in re­mem­ber­ing our vet­er­ans, sol­diers and oth­ers who suf­fered or sac­ri­ficed their lives dur­ing war.

Sun­set Bells of Peace

The Royal Cana­dian Le­gion is hold­ing a spe­cial event at sun­set called ‘Bells of Peace’. The event be­gins with a short cer­e­mony at 3:45 p.m. at the Na­tional War Me­mo­rial in St. John’s and con­cludes with the ring­ing of one hun­dred bells at sun­set.

The­atre

6:30 p.m. ‘Beauty and the Beast’

The Flu­var­ium and Ren­nie’s River Fall Mu­si­cals’ pro­duc­tion of “Beauty and the Beast,” the Broad­way mu­si­cal, is on­stage at Holy Heart The­atre in sup­port of The Flu­var­ium. For tick­ets, con­tact the box of­fice at 579-4424 or visit holy­heartthe­atre.com.

MON­DAY, NOVEM­BER 12

Ac­tiv­i­ties

9 a.m.

Tour Gov­ern­ment House

Free tours of Gov­ern­ment House are avail­able Mon­day to Fri­day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. by ap­point­ment only. To re­quest a tour, call Yvonne Pars­ley at 729-4738 or email ypars­ley@gov.nl.ca.

Fundraiser

On­go­ing

Sea­son of Sight Lot­tery

It’s time to cel­e­brate a sea­son of sight. The Cana­dian Na­tional In­sti­tute for the Blind’s 50-50 draw is back again. Tick­ets are $5 each and the grand prizewin­ner could walk away with up to $5,000. Ticket draw is Nov. 23. For tick­ets, call 754-1180.

Groups

7 p.m.

The Writ­ers’ Cir­cle

Need help with an as­sign­ment or just en­joy writ­ing cre­atively? Come to the Writ­ers’ Cir­cle – a very in­for­mal, friendly group which meets bi-weekly at St. James United Church (330 Eliz­a­beth Ave.) on Mon­days. This par­tic­i­pant-driven group is fa­cil­i­tated by Chris Pen­ney, B.A. His­tory and Po­lit­i­cal Sci­ence, M.A. His­tory, and is open to any­one with an in­ter­est in writ­ing. You don’t need to be a mem­ber of our con­gre­ga­tion! Drop in any­time to have a cof­fee, re­lax, chat and write. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 722-1881, ext. 200.

Live Mu­sic

7 p.m. Dave White

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

10 p.m. Damian Fol­lett

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

TUES­DAY, NOVEM­BER 13

Live Mu­sic

7 p.m. An­drew Rodgers

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

10 p.m. Dave White

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

WED­NES­DAY, NOVEM­BER 14

Film

7:30 p.m. Tournée Québec Cinéma

Screen­ing of Les let­tres de ma mère by Serge Giguère (with English sub­ti­tles) at Me­mo­rial Uni­ver­sity’s Arts & Ad­min­is­tra­tion Build­ing, room 1043. The di­rec­tor will be in at­ten­dance.

Live Mu­sic

7 p.m. Dave White

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

10 p.m. Damian Fol­lett

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves. Meet­ing

2 p.m.

Na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion of Fed­eral Re­tirees

The gen­eral meet­ing for mem­bers of the Na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion of Fed­eral Re­tirees - Avalon/burin Branch will take place 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Royal Cana­dian Le­gion on Black­marsh Road. Guest speaker for this meet­ing will be Na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion CEO, Si­mon Coake­ley. Re­sults of the re­cent branch sur­vey for mem­bers will also be pre­sented. Tick­ets for the Christ­mas din­ner and dance on Nov. 30 will also be avail­able at this meet­ing, or by call­ing Kevin at 687-3410.

Ra­dio

7:30 p.m.

VOWR Guest In­ter­view

Bar­bara De Land speaks with Robert Doyle, ed­i­tor of Doyle’s 2019 New­found­land and Labrador Al­manac. Robert high­lights in­trigu­ing in­for­ma­tion about the prov­ince’s his­tory and tra­di­tions, and pro­vides phys­i­cal in­for­ma­tion con­cern­ing cli­mate, tem­per­a­ture, tides, ice and snow. He also gives his 2019 weather and cli­mate pre­dic­tions.

Tune in on the AM dial 800, on­line at VOWR.ORG., or through cable ra­dio – Rogers 945 and Bell Aliant 756.

Sto­ry­telling

7 p.m.

Cana­dian Sto­ry­telling Night

The St. John’s Sto­ry­telling Fes­ti­val presents a spe­cial edi­tion of their monthly sto­ry­telling cir­cle cel­e­brat­ing Cana­dian Sto­ry­telling Night, fea­tur­ing Larry Brazil and Dave Penny from 7 to 9 p.m. at Erin’s Pub on Wa­ter Street. Ad­mis­sion is $5 (cash only). As this is our spe­cial Cana­dian Sto­ry­telling Night edi­tion of the story cir­cle, there will be two fea­tured tell­ers in ad­di­tion to the open mike. Larry Brazil and Dave Penny bring charm­ing, witty, and heart­felt songs and sto­ries to the stage that are sure to de­light.

Cana­dian Sto­ry­telling Night is a grow­ing event sup­ported by Sto­ry­tellers of Canada-con­teurs du Canada, an op­por­tu­nity to share Cana­dian sto­ries, a time to gather at the turn of the year when the nights grow longer and colder, and a com­pan­ion to World Sto­ry­telling Day in March.

THURS­DAY, NOVEM­BER 15

Live Mu­sic

6:30 p.m. Rob Cook

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

11 p.m. Glory Days

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

FRI­DAY, NOVEM­BER 16

Film

7:30 p.m. Tournée Québec Cinéma

Screen­ing of Les faux tatouages by Pas­cal Plante (with English sub­ti­tles) at Me­mo­rial Uni­ver­sity’s Arts & Ad­min­is­tra­tion Build­ing, room 1043. The di­rec­tor will be in at­ten­dance.

Live Mu­sic

5 p.m. Rob Cook

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

8 p.m. Damian Fol­lett

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

10:30 p.m. Red City

Per­form­ing at The Mar­tini Bar.

Mid­night

Dave White and Carl Peters

Per­form­ing at Green Sleeves.

SATUR­DAY, NOVEM­BER 17

Books

11 a.m. Book sale

Book sale at Tor­bay Pub­lic Li­brary (1339C Tor­bay Rd.) un­til 1 p.m. Books $1 and less, cash only - bring your loonies & toonies! To do­nate books (any genre, any ages) for the sale, please bring them to the li­brary in ad­vance dur­ing open hours.

Games

8 p.m.

Fall Fair Card Game

St. John the Evan­ge­list Church (20 Rec­tory Rd., Top­sail) hosts their an­nual Fall Fair Card Game. Cost $5. Please bring your own cards and bas­kets.

Novem­ber 11 pa­rade and cer­e­mony in St. John’s — The Royal Cana­dian Le­gion New­found­land and Labrador Re­mem­brance Day pa­rade and cer­e­mony will be­gin at the Sergeants’ Me­mo­rial, Queen’s Road at 10:10 a.m. Sun­day, The pa­rade will ar­rive at the Na­tional War Me­mo­rial at ap­prox­i­mately 10:45 a.m.

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