January

Jan 09 @ 7 PM $20 - $40

DJD Dance Centre
111 12 Ave SE
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A riveting exploration of what it means to belong. Don’t miss this unique performance by our hometown Olympic hero, inspirational leader and world-renowned social justice activist. We’re presenting Mark Tewksbury at DJD Dance Centre for three nights as part of the 34th annual High Performance Rodeo. It’s not an author event. Nor is it a play. It’s this lovely sweet spot between the two and it’s magical. And so important right now. READ MORE
Jan 10 @ 7 PM $20 - $40

DJD Dance Centre
111 12 Ave SE
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A riveting exploration of what it means to belong. Don’t miss this unique performance by our hometown Olympic hero, inspirational leader and world-renowned social justice activist. We’re presenting Mark Tewksbury at DJD Dance Centre for three nights as part of the 34th annual High Performance Rodeo. It’s not an author event. Nor is it a play. It’s this lovely sweet spot between the two and it’s magical. And so important right now. READ MORE
Jan 11 @ 7 PM $20 - $40

DJD Dance Centre
111 12 Ave SE
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A riveting exploration of what it means to belong. Don’t miss this unique performance by our hometown Olympic hero, inspirational leader and world-renowned social justice activist. We’re presenting Mark Tewksbury at DJD Dance Centre for three nights as part of the 34th annual High Performance Rodeo. It’s not an author event. Nor is it a play. It’s this lovely sweet spot between the two and it’s magical. And so important right now. READ MORE
Jan 29 @ 7 PM $10

Memorial Park Library, 2nd Floor
1221 2nd Street SW
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Have you vowed to wean yourself off Netflix and get some serious reading done this winter – then have a great chat about what you’ve read with an equally engaged group of book lovers? Come prepared to delve into Three Women by Lisa Taddeo, described by Elizabeth Gilbert as "a nonfiction literary masterpiece." READ MORE

February

Feb 26 @ 7 PM $10

Memorial Park Library, 2nd Floor
1221 2nd Street SW
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Have you vowed to wean yourself off Netflix and get some serious reading done this winter – then have a great chat about what you’ve read with an equally engaged group of book lovers? Come prepared to delve into The Innocents by Michael Crummey, described by Emma Donoghue as, "A gripping and credible page-turner about children surviving in the wilderness, but more than that: this Adam and Eve struggle to make sense of a world that's somewhere between Eden and Hell." READ MORE