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 April 23, 1999 Volume 6, Number 15

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Year 2000

COMING EVENTS

Extension

  • COMMUNITY ARTS PROGRAMS - KIDS CAMPS (2)

    • Dramatically Different Art Camp for Kids

      Four-week-long camps in July. These popular camps offer creative activities in both art and drama for children age 5 to 15. Themes covered: mixed-media camps, create-a-creature camps, drawing and painting, and art exploration for teens.

    • Music, Movement, and Art Camps for Kids

      Two-week-long camps offered in July. These new camps will offer activities in both music and art for children age 5 to 9. Self-expression in music, song, and movement will be encouraged and visual art activities will complement musical themes resulting in daily creative projects.

    For registration information about these programs, call 966-5539.


  • COMMUNITY ARTS WORKSHOPS - APRIL, MAY, JUNE

    Program offerings include screenplay writing with Bill Boyle, photography with David Mandeville, glass fusion with Lee Brady, papermaking and bookbinding with Tanya Norman, and landscape workshops with Degen Lindner.

    For a Community Arts Program newsletter and registration forms, call Carol at 966-5574.


  • CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR ENGINEERS (2)

    • Fundamentals of Project Management

      The purpose of this two-day workshop is to introduce professionals to those principles and techniques of effective project management which can be usefully applied to non-technical projects.

      On completing this workshop participants will be able to: formulate and communicate plans effectively; organize and lead a project team; apply techniques of project control; apply effective project monitoring and evaluation techniques.

      Instructor: Francis Hartman, P.Eng., April 27 - 28, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Saskatoon Inn, $525 (includes lunch).

    • Principles of Mining and Processing Ores

      This workshop will be of interest to professionals whose occupations are other than mining or geological engineers but who are providing a service to the mining industry and require an overview of mining and processing methods. You will learn the principle underground and surface mining methods and the principle methods for processing metalliferous and non-metalliferous ores.

      Instructor TBA, April 30, Saskatoon Inn, $200 (includes lunch).

    For more information on the above workshops, call Jim Sadler at 966-5552.


  • EMMA LAKE KENDERDINE CAMPUS WORKSHOPS - JULY

    Raku pottery, papermaking, figure in the landscape, drum making, drawing, painting in opaque media, nature photography, wild wood creations: willow furniture and sculpture, watercolor and nature, creativity and wellness retreat, painting fairy island, willow basket making.

    For a Community Arts Program newsletter and registration forms, call Carol at 966-5574.


  • TODDLER HIKES

    Toddler hikes on nature-viewing sites to prairie, river bank, parks, and wetlands. Caregiver attends with 2 - 5 year olds. Requires own transportation to sites. 2 sessions, 6 weeks, May and June, Wednesday or Friday 10 - 11:30 a.m. Fee $75. To register call 966-5539. FMI, call Melanie or Dee at 966-5484.




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