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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE POTTERS GUILD The Potters Guild welcomes oil former potters and people interested in this croft to visit the Potters' facilities in the Bowman Aris Centre, Four potters' wheels, three electric kilns, and o full range of glaze ingredients are available to all members. Monday evenings from p.m. to 10 p.m. are set aside for Open House Workshops where one can gain instruction in technique, share knowledge, and have stelal contact with other potters. The popular Adult ond Children's Classes have been temporarily susoended to allow the members if me -for professional growth and 1he exploration of new ideas. For further information please phone Mrs. Reno VVhitmore at 327-3515. A Date To Remember THE OLDMAN RIVER POTTER'S GUILD POTTERY DISPLAY AND SALE Sunday, December 5 to Sunday, December 12 Main Arts Centre POTTERY AND LEAD The Oldman River Poiters' Guild are very con- scious Df The danger of lead in glazes. Because of This awareness, you may- be assured that any glaze on any pottery that might possibly used for food is completely lead free. Historical Society of Alberta (WHOOP-UP COUNTRY CHAPTER) Meetings of the Society are held in ihe Assembly Room of Ihe Sir Alexander Gait Museum ihe fourth Tuesday of each month al 8 p.m., Oclober through April. The Sir Alexander Galf Museum is open: September May 2-5 p.m. (Wednesdays and June ihru August 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Monday to 2-5 p.m. THE ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS Alberta's Singing Ambassadors Director: Anne Campbell Accompanist: Marion Swanston Formed in 1968, the Anne Campbell Singers have brought lustre to the music scene locally, pro- vincially, nationally and internationally. Under the tutelage of Mrs. Campbell the choir has won ihe coveted George C. Mathieson Trophy award qiven to the Junior choir in Canuda, on two occasions. Invited to sing at the Eistledford in Wales, the choir won ihe lop award for the beaf choi'- and Inter triumphed again aT ihe Tee- side Festival and the Bournemouth Music Comoeti- tion. Troor-'es of the choir ore delayed In Bow- man Soring Sinp end the Christmas production. The Singing Tree' to funds for their endeavours, and oKo assisting is the sale of commemorative postcard's and the recordings 'Anne Campbell Singers in 'A Snow and 'Teen Clefs in ihe which may be obtained from choir members. The choir is now working towards another tour of Britain in July 1972. Beta Sigma Phi presents THEIR ANNUAL FASHION SHOW "THE FALL DIMENSION" Tuesday, October 19 Wednesday, October 20 P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE THE LETHBRIDGE FENCING CLUB The Lethbridge Fencing Club will commence the fencing season in the month of October. Consequent- ly, ihe inaugural meeting will be on Wednesday, October 6, 1971 and every first and third Wednesday of each month starting at p.m. in ihe Bowman Art Centre. The Lethbridge Fencing Club ?s a non- profit organization for the promotion of fencing in ihe south of Alberta and is in connection with the Amateur Fencing League of America. The club plans to hold championships in Foil, Ladies ond Oenllemen; Sabre and Epee, Genii e men. The Lehbridge Fencing Club will accpl associated members who may prac- tice frncing in the premises of the dub by paying a very -.mall tdj. for further information pltoie phone 327-0994. SOUTHMINSTER JUNIOR GIRLS' CHOIR Present their annual Operetta II PUDDIN HEAD SATURDAY, OCT. 23 P.M. SUNDAY, OCT. 24 P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB {BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE) Jnst.-wCiio.-iol Workshops ccmmsnce Friday, 17 Mrs. Ccihy Evir.s supervising and Monday Sept. 20 Mrs. Dorothy Peterson super- vising. These will be held 12 weeks prior to and 12 weeks ofyer Chrislmas. Workshop times p.m. CCM For entire pluii club membership of S5.00. A free workshop, free to all members is he- Id each Wednesday from p.m. These workshops rep'ace formal classes ond c.-e o new approach for the club and it is hoped sessions. The Sketch Club is located the :ionr, will be accepted a1 workshops. Anyone wish- ing furfher information may call 327-8653 or 338-4861. interested in forming an after- noon workshop may call Mrs. W. F. Jacobson at 327-6152. LETHBRIDGE NATURAL HSSTORY SOCIETY The purpo- c1 of the Lethbridge Nature! his'ory of our area and lo increase awareness ond knowledge of our nclurol environment. The Society is one of ihe louncling mumbers of ihe Federation of Alberta and has been active in ccn- Rc-gulcr monlhly meetings are held ot ilx; Bowmen Arts Centre. The October meeting feature Mr. Lawrence Halmrcsl- on ihe Milk River area, November, Mr. George Scotler of Canadian Wildlife Service, Edmonton, will show slides of the Nahanni River, N.W.T. Field trips are held regularly ih rough ihe summer, and one is ichodulcd lo ihe Pinhorn Pnngo area south of Milh River this Sunday, Sept. 12. The Society welcomes new members. Fees are: Single Membership Family Member- ship, Students 50 cenls. For further infor- maiicn contact the Corresponding Secretary, Leth- bridge Natural History Sociely, Box -47, Monarch. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL OF LETHBRIDGE BOWMAN ART CENTRE Infom-rollon reqcrrding the following Member Organizations of the Allied Arts Council of Le'h bridge may be obtained by contacting ihe Allied Arts Council Office in the Bowman Arts Centre any week day ofternoon between 1 p.m. end 5 p.m. if if if if THF DANCE -rf-ip HAMnir ALBERTA REGISTERED MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION THE ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS BETA SIGMA PHI CITY COUNCIL THE CANADIAN BUREAU FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MUSIC COALDALE LITTLE THEATRE 4-H FOOTHILLS LIGHT HORSE CLUB LETHBRIDGE 4-H LIGHT HORSE CLUB JOLLIFFE ACADEMY OF DANCING THE LETHBRIDGE BAND KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL LETHBRIDGE BALLET AUXILIARY LETHBRIDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE FENCING C'.UB HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ALBERTA WHOOP-UP COUNTRY CHAPTER (CTHRPinr-c THEATRE 'if LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION 'if LETHBRIDGE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S CLUB if LETHBRIDGE YOUTH THEATRE if OLDMAN RIVER POTTERS GUILD if PLAYGOERS OF LETHBRIDGE if SOUTHMINSTER JUNIOR GIRL'S CHOIR 'if SPEECH ARTS if UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE DEPARTMENT OF ART if UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC UNIVERSITY PLAYERS if Y.W.C.A. THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL OF LETHBRIDGE The Council, formed in 1958, is a group of men ond women, volunteers all, whose aim is to encourage, foster arvcf sponsor cultural activities, lo co-ordinate the activities of the member organization's of ihe Council, and to provide facilities for frhe cultural growth of local and district artfsts and craftsmen. The Councif adminis- trates ihe Bowman Arts Centre as a voluntary service to the City of Lethbridge and oil grant money received from the City Council is used exclusively for the main- tenance of this facility. As a central meeting place for many culturally oriented groups, one finds at the Bow- man Art Centre, porters bent over their wheels, weavers working at their looms, ospiring ballerinas sffetching sore muscles, painfers trying new techniques, Mr. Hosek bearing time for members of the band, drama or musical theatre groups in rehearsal, or ihe Symphony Choir singing their hearts out. The Council endeavours to provide, by concert or exhibition, exposure to all art forms. Further inform a I ion is available at the Council Office in the Bowman Art Centre. Is your organization c JOLLIFFE ACADEMY OF DANCING PLEASED TO BE PART OF THE THEATRE SCENE IN LETHBRIDGE LETHBRSDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Executive Manager Mr. Wilf Bowns 102 H003 4th Avenue South Phone 327-1586 'In Support of Continuing Education' THE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH OF THE ALBERTA REGISTERED MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION The Lethbridge Branch or the Alberla Registered Music Teachers' Associalion is a member of Allied Arts Council and is represented on the Council Board, In rhe lale thirties the Alberta Registered Music Teachers' Association was established by Act of ihe Alberla Legislature, wilh the main objective of stimulaling the requirement of oil-round musicianship and a wide general culture among those who in lend to qualify as teachers. In this way the level of music teaching woulcf be raised, and the oublic prelected From In- ferior instruction. Amonp other rpquiremenls, o reg- istered music teacher havr> an Aisociale Diploma from on Conservatory or Unl- versiry with on onH toimhT for t-u'o years. There are four of D W T.A., In many Provdent of the Lelhbrldge branch is Mrs. M. Sinclair ond monthly meetings are held, wilh recitals arranged during the season. The association is a member of ihe Canadian Federation of Music Teachers, The annual con-Terence of A.R.M.T.A. has been held at the Banff School of Fine Arij for a number of years, with workshops, lec- tures and recitals by eminent visiling musicians. The C.F.M.T.A. holds biennial conferences, ihe last in Winnipeg was attended by many registered music teachers from Lethbridge. THE LETHBRIDGE WEAVERS BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE The first meeting of the Lethbridge Handicraft Guild will be held o! 2 p.m Tuesday, September 21 at tho Cenlre, and thereafter on ihe ihird Tuesdcy cf each month. All worn on interested in learning the an of weaving arc invited to aHend this mc-cling. CIciiCL are held every Tuesday afternoon from 2-4 p.m r Mrs. Cynthia Russell, tnslruelor. There are four loomi in use, each set up wilh a different project. Ex- perienced weavers o-c always willing lo b-. ci'.'- LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX noi Symphony Box Office Phone 328-6808 EXECUTIVE: President, D. J. Card. 1 st Vice-Pres., L M. Frouws; 2nd Vice-Pres. Dr. D. S. Smilh, Secretary; Mrs. Hugh Olson, Manager; Mike Thomas; Directors, Mr. O. J. Aos, Mrs. E. J. Mown, A. S. Hunt. Dr. C .A. Palmer, Mrs. H. D. Redcfina, Mrs. D. S. Smith, D. W. G. Sutherland. LIAISON: Orches'ar, A. Polmarcliuk, Chorus, I. Martin. Symphony Wcmen's It-ague. CHORUS EXECUTIVt: R. M-'lir. W. To.ljtrn. A. S M. Fln'cl--- H. O'.o- C 1-h l-Lr Orr-wr. M'si Executive Mrs. 5uow. CONDUCTOR: Walter Goerzen. Accompanist: Ruth Clarke. REHEARSALS Every Monday Evening 6 p.m. Bow- man Arts Centre. ORCHESTRA: President, Alex Palmarchuk, Vice-Pres., R. Hab- ianic. Past S. A. Leister, Secretary, Mrs. W, Primachuk. Treas. E. W. Iveson. Directors; Mrs. J. K. Ferguson, Tom Last.. Librarian, Susanne Purkis, Asst. Lib., Michael Golia. CONDUCTOR PROF. L A. NEEDHAM Concert- master. Dr. C. A. Palmer. REHEARSALS: Every Monday 7 p m. St. Mary's School. SYMPHONY WOMEN'S LEAGUE: President, Mrs. S. A- Walkey. Vic..President, Mrs. John H. Wickcy. Record-Sec., Mrs. Ken W. Spence, Corres.-Scc Mrs. A. Treas., Mrs. Alan Greenwcy. Mrs. H. Olson, Mrs. J. Shorthotse. Meeting First Tuesday foch month at mem- bers hcmes. CONCERTS: DecrTT.ber 6 31 April 17 Ocp- mcn, May C-C'ol Cr.-ccn Pops Concert. LETHBRIDGE HANDICRAFTS GUILD DISPLAY AND SALE OF HANDWOVEN ARTICLES SEPTEMBER 29 2-5 P.M. AND 7-9 P.M. TEA SERVED All WELCOME A draw will be made for a ihag rug. Tickets available any member. LETHBRIDGE 4-H LIGHT HORSE CLUB Meete First Wednesday of Each Month p.m. Bowman Arls Cenlre SHARE THESE OBJECTIVES DC'- c-lcp leadership, mil ia I, (f re- I lance, spcrlnmanihip, and eV: r c- crblc Irciils of chui-aclpr. 2: ;de or pony. 3: Develop an apprecialion of riding o healthy and wholesome form oi recreation. 4: Learn the business of breeding, raising and 1 rain ing horses. 5; Knowledge of safely to themselves, oihcrs ond iheir mounts. Deadline for Membership October 14 LETHBRIDGE YOUTH THEATRE (Project of Allied Arts Wolerfield) Offers young prcpic 2 20 -Direct involve-'1 r in C Theatre in c.-l r. Speech-. Ar's and V.'ri Ushering Ccrpi, '-o-c-b .V-c-.-.crlcI Centre Fncourcgcmer. Work-hep Genera! Sept. 17 p.m. Bowman Arts Centre ft is proposed that a Lclh bridge Minl- Thealre for children S lo 12 be formed. All in- terested may call Bowman Arts Centre ot 327-2313 C2-5 There is no charge. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents The Drama Department, University of Calgary in YOU NEVER CAN TELL By George Bernard Shaw A brighf comedy of 70 years ago SATURDAY, SiPT. 25 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE ;