Presented by the DoubleTree by Hilton
To make your bid please provide the following information via telephone 306-525-5393 or email New Dance Horizons at email@example.com
1. Auction Item Number
3. Bid Amount
4. Your Name
5. Your Phone Number
6. Your email address
Note all bids must exceed the reserve or current bid, New Dance Horizons will be updating frequently.
WHEN – Saturday, June 13th to Sunday, July 12th 2015.
WHERE – DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina (1975 Broad St., corner of Victoria Avenue)
Visit the lobby of the newly renovated DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina to enjoy a unique array of handmade birdhouses and homes for bats, bees and butterflies. Birdland features the work of artists and makers from Saskatchewan and beyond!
Each of these little homes for winged creatures is available to purchase through New Dance Horizons’ on-line silent auction. Proceeds support the creation and presentation of innovative contemporary dance! For details call New Dance Horizons at 306.525.5393
WHEN – June 13th to Sunday, July 12th 2015.
GRAND OPENING – Saturday, June 13th, 2015 at 2:30pm
WHERE – New Dance Horizons (2207 Harvey Street, north of College Avenue)
An exhibition of handmade and fully functional miniature farm equipment and tools! Check out a video below.
Dick Moulding was born in Abernethy, Saskatchewan in 1939 and came from a farming family. Moulding’s experiences have involved working for the city, building roads, farming, was a commercial grain cleaner for 18 years, and worked for Federated Co-op. Moulding began building Meccano machinery in the mid 1960’s to 1070’s where he has assembled a wide variety of functional miniature machines. Moulding currently lives happily in Regina with his wife Dianne has two sons and five grandchildren.
with Carol Prieur
Through writings and body explorations, we will enter into the internal landscapes of the unconscious, developing and expressing through dance and voice.
A movement workshop of the internal senses, using the body as a vehicle of inspiration to write and develop a story inspired by the body as a poetic landscape.
Hosted by The Conservatory of Performing Arts
Monday-Friday July 6-10
Lunch break from 12:30pm-2:00pm
Where: College Avenue, Regina
Please register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Launch of the 18th annual Secret Gardens Tour!
In Partnership with the Dunlop Art Gallery
WHEN – Wednesday July 8th 5:30-7:30pm
WHERE – Central Library at the Sunken Garden
Join us in RPL’s sunken garden for the launching of New Dance Horizon’s 18th annual Secret Gardens tour for an interactive family event. This year, the story of Rapunzel comes to life and features a little known edible plant called ‘rapini’. Come for play, dance, music, tea and family friendly art activities.