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Location
230 8th Street, South
Lethbridge, AB
T1J 5H2, Canada
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(403) 327-2272
Hours
Monday 9:00 am 10:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am 10:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am 10:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am 10:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am 10:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am 10:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am 6:00 pm

Casa is closed Christmas Day, New Years Day and Good Friday.

All other holidays: 10:00am - 5:00pm.

Upcoming Events

18
Nov

Christmas at Casa 2017 10:00am FREE

The Allied Arts Council presents: Christmas at Casa
Friday, November 17, 5pm to 9pm
Saturday, November 18, 10am to 5pm
Throughout Casa, 230 8 Street South

Held in conjunction with Downtown Lethbridge BRZ Bright Lights Festival, Christmas at Casa is Lethbridge's premiere holiday sale. Artists, Artisans and Crafters are all juried and selected during the summer to present an exciting selection of one-of-a-kind items for holiday shoppers. As well, seasonal entertainment and a pop-up coffee shop plus treats!

Vendors:
45pictures.com – Wayne Dwornik: Photography
Balsamroot Studio – Kathleen Sheppard: Functional stained glass items including coasters, jewellery boxes and desk organizers
Balsamroot Woodwork – Rob Miller: Woodwork boxes and picture frames
Beads of Awesomosity – Laurel Pryde: Handmade lampwork glass beads - jewellery and accessories
Beulah Jovenazzo: Functional pottery, stained glass and jewellery
Chinook Woodturning Guild – Wood-turned decorative and functional objects by members
Cog~Knit~Ive Design Studio – Jordana Kohn: Fibre arts. Felted gnomes, animals, bags, purses and bowls. Pop culture cross stitch
Coulee Clay – Karen Armstong: Pottery works
Creative Ventures – Dean T. Reeves: Landscape paintings in pastel, watercolour, India ink on paper
Elaine Harrison: Hand-built and wheel thrown pottery
Fox Jewellery – Janet Barkwith: Handcrafted silver, copper and bronze jewellery
Fran Hutton: Pastel on Paper
Gathering Dust Photography - Kyla Black: Southern Alberta images on prints, photo canvas and gift cards
Hillcrest Naturals – Suzanne Gomez: Handcrafted bath and body products
JaMi – Jaime Johnson: Upcycled leather purses and wallets plus scarves and necklaces
Jim Munro: Functional and decorative pottery, ceramics and metal sculptures
John Krampl: Textiles, paper works, felt jewellery, mixed media sculpture and wall relief
Judith Nickol: Watercolour paintings
Karina Mak: Hand-painted greeting cards and small canvas paintings
Kathy Schwarz: Fused glass jewellery, coasters, fridge magnets and boxes
Knot and Burl - Mike Pickett: Woodwork pens, rings and earrings
Lethbridge Artists Club: Paintings, drawings and 2D work created by artist members
Lethbridge Handicraft Guild of Weavers: Weaving and related textiles created by the Guild.
Lethbridge Society of Glass Artisans: Works by members using a range of techniques including fused, stained, mosaic, torchwork and sandblasting
Life on Earthenware - Annette TenCate: Ceramic animals
Little g Ceramics - Giselle Peters: Whimsical figures and ceramic pottery
Louise Cormier & Linda Spaller: Pottery; functional wares and hand-built forms
Lynne Hunter-Johnston: Textiles and paper works, felt jewellery, mixed media sculpture and wall reliefs
Mad Fish Glass Beads – Shauna Hayward: Handmade glass bead jewellery and upcycled tin/metal jewellery
Margaret O’Hara: Knitted and crocheted hobby horse, mittens and dolls
Mudhut – Blake Wilson: Handmade pottery
P Bar Custom Sterling Silver Jewellery – Gerry Pittman: Handmade sterling and gemstone jewellery
Pottery by Natalie Brewster: Wheel thrown pottery and dishware sets
Ron Brown: Acrylic paintings
Rose Clothes – Rose Jurisich: Hand-felted clothing and accessories
Sandrine Coronet: Fabric purses, pillows, stuffed animals and ceramic buttons
Tammy Hollingsworth: Handmade pottery vessels
Tanya Doody Ceramics – Tanya Doody: Pottery works
Textile Surface Design Guild: Fibre, paper and mixed media arts produced by guild members.
The Leathersmith – Janet Costa: Leather bags, purses, gloves and pillows
The Otter and the Owl – Shannon Carmichael: Buttons, magnets, watercolour, gouache on canvas Elizabeth Ginn: Acrylic on canvas, acrylic on board, greeting cards
The Studio – Jill Moloy: Functional one of a kind ceramic pieces
Thingmaker- Sharon Simmers: Upcycled boxes, wall pieces, mirrors, sculpture, jewellery
The Wool Sisters Collective – Ashley Markus, Karla Mather-Cocks adn Margaret Chubb: Handspun and dyed yarns. Crochet and knit accessories

*Please note that all vendors have been selected and our wait list is comprised of those that have gone through the jurying process. Submission deadline for Christmas at Casa 2018 is June 1, 2018. Please visit the AAC website for guideline closer to the submission date.

Category: Visual Arts
  Add to Calendar http://casalethbridge.ca/event-detail/1846 Nov 18 10:00am 9 Christmas at Casa 2017 The Allied Arts Council presents: Christmas at Casa Friday, November 17, 5pm to 9pm Saturday, November 18, 10am to 5pm Throughout Casa, 230 8 Street South Held in conjunction with Downtown Lethbridge BRZ Bright Lights Festival, Christmas at Casa is Lethbridge's premiere holiday sale. Artists, Artisans and Crafters are all juried and selected during the summer to present an exciting selection of one-of-a-kind items for holiday shoppers. As well, seasonal entertainment and a pop-up coffee shop plus treats! Vendors: 45pictures.com – Wayne Dwornik: Photography Balsamroot Studio – Kathleen Sheppard: Functional stained glass items including coasters, jewellery boxes and desk organizers Balsamroot Woodwork – Rob Miller: Woodwork boxes and picture frames Beads of Awesomosity – Laurel Pryde: Handmade lampwork glass beads - jewellery and accessories Beulah Jovenazzo: Functional pottery, stained glass and jewellery Chinook Woodturning Guild – Wood-turned decorative and functional objects by members Cog~Knit~Ive Design Studio – Jordana Kohn: Fibre arts. Felted gnomes, animals, bags, purses and bowls. Pop culture cross stitch Coulee Clay – Karen Armstong: Pottery works Creative Ventures – Dean T. Reeves: Landscape paintings in pastel, watercolour, India ink on paper Elaine Harrison: Hand-built and wheel thrown pottery Fox Jewellery – Janet Barkwith: Handcrafted silver, copper and bronze jewellery Fran Hutton: Pastel on Paper Gathering Dust Photography - Kyla Black: Southern Alberta images on prints, photo canvas and gift cards Hillcrest Naturals – Suzanne Gomez: Handcrafted bath and body products JaMi – Jaime Johnson: Upcycled leather purses and wallets plus scarves and necklaces Jim Munro: Functional and decorative pottery, ceramics and metal sculptures John Krampl: Textiles, paper works, felt jewellery, mixed media sculpture and wall relief Judith Nickol: Watercolour paintings Karina Mak: Hand-painted greeting cards and small canvas paintings Kathy Schwarz: Fused glass jewellery, coasters, fridge magnets and boxes Knot and Burl - Mike Pickett: Woodwork pens, rings and earrings Lethbridge Artists Club: Paintings, drawings and 2D work created by artist members Lethbridge Handicraft Guild of Weavers: Weaving and related textiles created by the Guild. Lethbridge Society of Glass Artisans: Works by members using a range of techniques including fused, stained, mosaic, torchwork and sandblasting Life on Earthenware - Annette TenCate: Ceramic animals Little g Ceramics - Giselle Peters: Whimsical figures and ceramic pottery Louise Cormier & Linda Spaller: Pottery; functional wares and hand-built forms Lynne Hunter-Johnston: Textiles and paper works, felt jewellery, mixed media sculpture and wall reliefs Mad Fish Glass Beads – Shauna Hayward: Handmade glass bead jewellery and upcycled tin/metal jewellery Margaret O’Hara: Knitted and crocheted hobby horse, mittens and dolls Mudhut – Blake Wilson: Handmade pottery P Bar Custom Sterling Silver Jewellery – Gerry Pittman: Handmade sterling and gemstone jewellery Pottery by Natalie Brewster: Wheel thrown pottery and dishware sets Ron Brown: Acrylic paintings Rose Clothes – Rose Jurisich: Hand-felted clothing and accessories Sandrine Coronet: Fabric purses, pillows, stuffed animals and ceramic buttons Tammy Hollingsworth: Handmade pottery vessels Tanya Doody Ceramics – Tanya Doody: Pottery works Textile Surface Design Guild: Fibre, paper and mixed media arts produced by guild members. The Leathersmith – Janet Costa: Leather bags, purses, gloves and pillows The Otter and the Owl – Shannon Carmichael: Buttons, magnets, watercolour, gouache on canvas Elizabeth Ginn: Acrylic on canvas, acrylic on board, greeting cards The Studio – Jill Moloy: Functional one of a kind ceramic pieces Thingmaker- Sharon Simmers: Upcycled boxes, wall pieces, mirrors, sculpture, jewellery The Wool Sisters Collective – Ashley Markus, Karla Mather-Cocks adn Margaret Chubb: Handspun and dyed yarns. Crochet and knit accessories *Please note that all vendors have been selected and our wait list is comprised of those that have gone through the jurying process. Submission deadline for Christmas at Casa 2018 is June 1, 2018. Please visit the AAC website for guideline closer to the submission date.
Price: FREE
Throughout Casa DD/MM/YYYY
20
Nov

ArtNOW Speaker Series- Andrew Hunter 12:00pm Free

The Gallery at Casa is now streaming the University of Lethbridge`s ArtNOW speaker series.

Art Now –Andrew Hunter

12:00-1:00
FREE, bring a brown bag lunch
November 20 Andrew Hunter

20
Nov

The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers 7:30pm Free

The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers in conjunction with LIFS - Lethbridge Independent Film Society

Watch locally made short films and then participate in a question and answer panel with the directors.

Monday, November 20, 7:30pm to 9pm
Approximately 30 minutes of films
Cash bar and popcorn

Films:
Teri Petz - Shadows - Àrnyak. 4m15s
Charlie Christensen - Scarlet Gloves. 3m20s
Charlie Christensen - Murphy. 12m
JP Marchant - Lockdown. 5m
Jeff Bingley - Music Video. 5m

Teri Petz is a Videographer and Photographer in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. She creates videos in English and Hungarian, also German and Croatian music videos and has an extended collection of video footage taken in Canada, Hungary and Belgium.

Charlie Christensen is an up-and-coming producer and director from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. His previous work as a director won an Award of Distinction from the Canada Shorts Festival in New Brunswick. Always looking forward, Charlie hopes to cultivate and help grow a thriving film community in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta.

A lifelong cinephile, JP Marchant began producing movies after taking a filmmaking course at FAVA in Edmonton several years ago. Since then he has worked on nearly a dozen independent film sets and shot several of his own award-winning films. He is currently freelancing as a videographer, director, editor and colour grader, while also working towards his Fine Arts graduate degree at the University of Lethbridge.

Jeffrey Bingley is a creative director, engaging communities in social transformation through documentary, narrative and art film. Using a StoryBridging process developed through his thesis, Jeff initiates productions that address conflict surrounding migration, culture and heritage. Jeff also works as a grip on various industry productions through IATSE 212 and is a Technical Director of sports simulcasts with Teleview/International Sound.

Please visit www.lifs.ca to learn more about the Lethbridge Independent Film Society

Category: Film & Video
  Add to Calendar http://casalethbridge.ca/event-detail/1837 Nov 20 7:30pm 9 The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers in conjunction with LIFS - Lethbridge Independent Film Society Watch locally made short films and then participate in a question and answer panel with the directors. Monday, November 20, 7:30pm to 9pm Approximately 30 minutes of films Cash bar and popcorn Films: Teri Petz - Shadows - Àrnyak. 4m15s Charlie Christensen - Scarlet Gloves. 3m20s Charlie Christensen - Murphy. 12m JP Marchant - Lockdown. 5m Jeff Bingley - Music Video. 5m Teri Petz is a Videographer and Photographer in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. She creates videos in English and Hungarian, also German and Croatian music videos and has an extended collection of video footage taken in Canada, Hungary and Belgium. Charlie Christensen is an up-and-coming producer and director from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. His previous work as a director won an Award of Distinction from the Canada Shorts Festival in New Brunswick. Always looking forward, Charlie hopes to cultivate and help grow a thriving film community in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. A lifelong cinephile, JP Marchant began producing movies after taking a filmmaking course at FAVA in Edmonton several years ago. Since then he has worked on nearly a dozen independent film sets and shot several of his own award-winning films. He is currently freelancing as a videographer, director, editor and colour grader, while also working towards his Fine Arts graduate degree at the University of Lethbridge. Jeffrey Bingley is a creative director, engaging communities in social transformation through documentary, narrative and art film. Using a StoryBridging process developed through his thesis, Jeff initiates productions that address conflict surrounding migration, culture and heritage. Jeff also works as a grip on various industry productions through IATSE 212 and is a Technical Director of sports simulcasts with Teleview/International Sound. Please visit www.lifs.ca to learn more about the Lethbridge Independent Film Society
Price: Free
ATB Financial Community Room DD/MM/YYYY
22
Nov

ArtNOW Speaker Series- Janet Rogers 12:00pm Free

The Gallery at Casa is now streaming the University of Lethbridge`s ArtNOW speaker series.

Mohawk/Tuscarora writer from Ontario Six Nations. Victoria’s Third Poet Laureate (2012-2015).

12:00-1:00
FREE, bring a brown bag lunch
November 22, Janet Rogers

24
Nov

ArtNOW Speaker Series- Charlotte Huddleston 12:00pm Free

The Gallery at Casa is now streaming the University of Lethbridge`s ArtNOW speaker series.

Art Now – Charlotte Huddleston

12:00-1:00
FREE, bring a brown bag lunch
November 24 Charlotte Huddleston

24
Nov

Studio Practice: Sculpture Practice 7:00pm $5 + GST, or free to Casa Studio Pass artists

Sculpture manifests in many forms and materials. Sculpture Practice looks to join artists working in a variety of mediums, to cultivate approaches to the challenges of their own three-dimensional art forms.

November 24th
7PM-9PM

Studio Practice is a self-directed, drop-in studio program at Casa; participation in the group is open to all working artists. During each session, artists will be able to work independently on personal projects, collaborate with other artists, share knowledge and experiment with new skills or unorthodox methods. Studio Practice sessions aim to add to the vibrant studio culture at Casa, build community and allow artist to grow in their art practices.
All Studio Practice sessions cost $5 + GST, or are free to current Casa Studio Pass artists. All sessions are for ages 18+.

Curios about Studio Access Passes? Read more here: http://www.casalethbridge.ca/artist-studio-access

25
Nov

Textile Surface Design Guild Meeting: Festive Fancies 1:00pm Free admission

Textile Surface Design Guild Meeting: Festive Fancies
Saturday, November 25, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Casa Textile Studio

Bring your handmade festive fancies that you use during the holiday season and share your memories and stories with other Guild members.
Members of the public are welcome to attend one meeting free of charge before joining the Guild.

30
Nov

Inclusion Lethbridge presents: Art for Autism Black Tie Fundraiser 7:00pm $50

Inclusion Lethbridge presents: Art for Autism Black Tie Fundraiser
Thursday, November 30, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
ATB Financial Community Room

Inclusion Lethbridge is collaborating with the Chinook Autism Society to host an art fundraising event called Art for Autism.
Art for Autism's focus is to raise money to better support individuals with developmental disabilities here in Lethbridge.
The art to be showcased and auctioned off to registered attendees (via silent auction) will be donated by local artists. Upon registration and a $50 donation to the organization, the attendee will receive a $50 voucher, valid for the event only, to use towards bidding on the artwork in question.
Appetizers and beverages will be provided by Inclusion Lethbridge

Tickets can be purchased at Inclusion Lethbridge - 527 6th St S
Proceeds go toward autism and disability awareness

01
Dec

ArtNOW Speaker Series- Tyler Los-Jones 12:00pm Free

The Gallery at Casa is now streaming the University of Lethbridge`s ArtNOW speaker series.

The broad range of work Los-Jones has produced is connected by an overarching interest in how visual culture relates to expectations of environments within the broader social sphere.

12:00-1:00
FREE, bring a brown bag lunch
December 1, Tyler Los-Jones

01
Dec

Lunch & Listen Concert Series – Celtic Tunes, Airdrie Robinson (guest: Adult Fiddlers) 12:15pm Free

The University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music: Lunch & Listen Concert Series – Celtic Tunes, Airdrie Robinson (guest: Adult Fiddlers)

December 1, 12:15 p.m
Casa’s ATB Financial Community Room

For more information visit: www.uleth.ca/music-conservatory

04
Dec

ArtNOW Speaker Series- Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens 12:00pm Free

The Gallery at Casa is now streaming the University of Lethbridge`s ArtNOW speaker series.

Ibghy and Lemmens have developed a collaborative practice that spans across multiple media, including video, performance and installation.

12:00-1:00
FREE, bring a brown bag lunch
December 4 Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens

09
Dec

The University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music: Suzuki Violin Winter Recital 1:00pm Free

The University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music: Suzuki Violin Winter Recital

December 9
1:00 p.m.
Casa’s ATB Financial Community Room

For more information visit: www.uleth.ca/music-conservatory

09
Dec

The University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music: Stringendo & Sinfonia Allegro Winter Recital 3:00pm Free

The University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music: Stringendo & Sinfonia Allegro Winter Recital

December 9
3:00 p.m
Casa’s ATB Financial Community Room

For more information visit: www.uleth.ca/music-conservatory.

12
Dec

Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society Presents: 'Shakespeare Meets Dickens' 7:00pm $15

Shakespeare Meets Dickens: A Tudor / Victorian Christmas Celebration
Including Performances of 'A Christmas Carol' and Scenes & Songs from Shakespeare

Tuesday Dec 12, 7 p.m. in the ATB Financial Community Room, Casa

Join us for Tasty Tudor Treats: mulled wine, mince-pies, eggnog and gingerbread

Audience members are encouraged to dress in Tudor or Victorian style!
Tickets $15 - available after Nov 1 at Casa

For details, phone Kate (403)-329-4568

05
Jan

Lunch and Listen: Schubert, Debussy and Bach featuring Lisa Mulgrew (voice) 12:15pm Free

January 5th
12:15 – 1PM

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.

28
Jan

Mimosas, Muffins & Movies: IDA APPLEBROOG 10:30am Admission by donation

Mimosas, Muffins and Movies
Spend Sunday morning watching an Art Documentary in your PJ’s with mimosas and muffins at Casa. Bring a sketchbook to capture inspiration.

Sunday, January 28, 10:30am - 12:30pm, ATB Financial Community Room, Casa
Admission by donation, Mimosas $5, Pyjamas optional

IDA APPLEBROOG (Directed by Beth B, 2016, 70m)
This deeply personal portrait of acclaimed New York–based artist Ida Applebroog was shot with mischievous reverence by her filmmaker daughter, Beth B (Exposed). Born in the Bronx to Orthodox Jewish émigrés from Poland, Applebroog, now in her 80s, looks back at how she expressed herself through decades of drawings and paintings, as well as her private journals. With her daughter’s encouragement, she investigates the stranger that is her former self, a woman who found psychological and sexual liberation through art. As Beth B finds a deeper understanding of her mother as a human being, Applebroog shares a newfound appreciation for her own provocative work.

02
Feb

Lunch and Listen: Iberoamerican Music, featuring Iliana Matos (guitar) 12:15pm Free

February 2nd 12:15 – 1PM

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.

02
Mar

Lunch and Listen: Global Drums 12:15pm Free

March 2nd 12:15 – 1:00

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.

06
Apr

Lunch and Listen: Piano Guys Arrangements. featuring Graeme Roset (piano) and Mark Rodgers (cello) 12:15pm Free

April 6th 12:15 – 1:00

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.

15
Apr

Mimosas, Muffins & Movies: PATRICK NEU - SALAMANDER COMPLEX 10:30am Admission by donation

Mimosas, Muffins and Movies
Spend Sunday morning watching an Art Documentary in your PJ’s with mimosas and muffins at Casa. Bring a sketchbook to capture inspiration.

Sunday, April 15, 10:30am - 12:30pm, ATB Financial Community Room, Casa
Admission by donation, Mimosas $5, Pyjamas optional

PATRICK NEU - SALAMANDER COMPLEX (Directed by Stéphane Manchematin and Serge Steyer, 2014, 80m)
The French artist Patrick Neu lives in a remote island village to the north of the Vosges, far from all of the central focal points of the art world. He creates his pieces slowly, with the patience and precision inherited from Flemish artists. He works with materials not often found in the world of art: bee wings, soot on glass, ink sculpture, butterfly wings, shed snakeskin, eggshells, painting on ashes. One day, the director of the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris pays him a visit: after following his work for fifteen years, he wants to commission him with his first individual exhibition. Neu accepts, but on the condition that he will not have to change his methods in any way. The film follows him as he leaves the safety of his studio and prepares to produce his exhibition in Paris.

21
Apr

Suzuki Violin Spring Recital 1:00pm Free

Suzuki Violin Spring Recital presented by the Music Conservatory of the University of Lethbridge.

April 21st 1:00PM
Casa's ATB Financial Community Room

For more information visit or call:
http://www.uleth.ca/music-conservatory/concerts-and-workshops 403-329-2304

21
Apr

Stringendo Orchestra Spring Recital 1:00pm Free

Stringendo Orchestra Spring Recital presented by the Music Conservatory of the University of Lethbridge.

April 21st 1:00PM
Casa's ATB Financial Community Room

For more information visit or call:
http://www.uleth.ca/music-conservatory/concerts-and-workshops 403-329-2304

24
Apr

W.H.I.P. (We Hit It Percussion) Ensemble Spring Recital 5:30pm Free

W.H.I.P. (We Hit It Percussion) Ensemble Spring Recital presented by the Music Conservatory of the University of Lethbridge.

April 24th 5:30PM
Casa's ATB Financial Community Room

For more information visit or call:
http://www.uleth.ca/music-conservatory/concerts-and-workshops 403-329-2304

24
Apr

Let’s Drum: World Drumming Class Spring Recital 5:30pm Free

Let’s Drum: World Drumming Class Spring Recital presented by the Music Conservatory of the University of Lethbridge.

April 24th 5:30PM
Casa's ATB Financial Community Room

For more information visit or call:
http://www.uleth.ca/music-conservatory/concerts-and-workshops 403-329-2304

04
May

Lunch and Listen: Student Showcase 12:15pm Free

May 4th 12:15 – 1:00

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.

01
Jun

Lunch and Listen: Ventus Women’s Choir 12:15pm Free

June 1st 12:15 – 1:00

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.

06
Jul

Lunch and Listen: Our Favourite Things with Megan Wittig (voice) and Joel Goodfellow (cello) 12:15pm Free

July 6th 12:15 – 1:00

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.

03
Aug

Lunch and Listen: Jazz for Juniors, featuring Don Robb (trumpet) and friends 12:15pm Free

August 3rd 12:15 – 1:00

FREE noon hour performances are held on the first Friday of each month, from 12:15 - 1:00pm in Community Room at Casa (230 8th Street South). Bring your lunch and enjoy a concert featuring the talent of our Conservatory of Music faculty and students.