Coming Events

Fri Feb 23, 20247:00 P.M.
Game Night

Game Night

Fri Feb 23, 20247:00 P.M. at the OAC

Looking for a night of fun? Drop by the Arts Centre for "Game Night". Bring your own game or come to play one of the various ones in our game library: Catan, 7 Wonders, Trivial Pursuit, Scrabble, Balderdash, Risk, etc.

Coffee and tea provided. Cash bar with beer & wine. Bring your own snacks.

Fri Mar 8, 20246:30 P.M.
VDI Competitive Team Showcase

VDI Competitive Team Showcase

Fri Mar 8, 20246:30 P.M. at the OAC

The dancers will give you an advance look at the dances they will be performing at the upcoming competition.

TICKETS
Adult $10 • Senior/Student $8 • Child 12 & under $5

Sat Mar 9, 20242:30 P.M.
VDI Competitive Team Showcase

VDI Competitive Team Showcase

Sat Mar 9, 20242:30 P.M. at the OAC

The dancers will give you an advance look at the dances they will be performing at the upcoming competition.

TICKETS
Adult $10 • Senior/Student $8 • Child 12 & under $5

Sat Mar 16, 20247:00 P.M.
Nteimun Music

Nteimun Music

Sat Mar 16, 20247:00 P.M. at the OAC

Join us for a celebration of Innu language, music, and culture!

Featuring performances by Tshusemnutt, Scott-Pien Picard, and Maten. Open to everyone, this jam-packed evening is sure to be a blast as we honour and celebrate Innu language through music!

Tshusemnutt is a new musical group featuring local youth performers from Sheshatshiu. The word “Tshusemnutt” translates to “our grandchildren” in Innu-Aimun.

Scott-Pien Picard is an Innu singer-songwriter from Uashat-Maliotenam, Quebec. He is most noted as a three-time Félix Award nominee for Indigenous Artist of the Year, receiving nods at the Félix Awards in 2020, 2021, and 2022.

Maten is an Innu folk-rock band from Mani-utenam, on the Côte Nord of Quebec, anchored between the St. Lawrence River and the boreal forest. Respected by their peers and renowned by the public for years, Maten is truly community-engaged. Their lyrics often highlight their language, their Innu roots, their values, and their culture. Their pride in their identity weaves through all they do.

TICKETS $30

Wed Apr 17, 20247:30 P.M.
ALTAR

ALTAR

Wed Apr 17, 20247:30 P.M. at the OAC

Santiago Guzmán is an award-winning playwright, dramaturge, performer, and director originally from Metepec, Mexico, now based in St. John’s, N.L. He is the Artistic Director of TODOS Productions and the Artistic Associate for Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre.

His one-man play “ALTAR” tells the story of Eugenio, a queer young immigrant living in St. John’s, N.L. Less than a year has passed since his move from Mexico, but in that time, he experienced deep love and deeper heartbreak when his new boyfriend, Benjamin, inexplicably ghosted him. No, Benjamin isn’t dead; he just stopped calling and texting. And the thing is, Eugenio is still not over it.

Looking to the traditional Mexican holiday Día de Muertos (The Day of The Dead) and his father’s previous experience with paranormal activities, Eugenio decides to build an altar (a central part of the Día de Muertos ritual) in the hopes that he will be able to summon his boyfriend’s “ghost” to sort out the end of their relationship once and for all. Through the altar, Eugenio realizes that he has been something of a ghost himself to the loved ones he left behind in Mexico. Will setting up an altar be enough for Eugenio to forgive, forget, and love again? Or enough to help him heal the relationships with his friends and family far away?

TICKETS: Regular $30 • Senior $25 • Student $20

Tue Apr 30, 20247:30 P.M.
Ennis Sisters - Daughters of Newfoundland and Labrador Tour

Ennis Sisters - Daughters of Newfoundland and Labrador Tour

Tue Apr 30, 20247:30 P.M. at the OAC

The Ennis Sisters have been captivating audiences with their sibling harmonies for over 25 years. This spring, the Juno Award winning trio are touring across Newfoundland and Labrador with a brand new show that celebrates the songs and stories of their unique province and its rich cultural history. Come on out and enjoy a beautiful evening of music, stories and laughter with the Daughters of N.L.!

TICKETS $45

 

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