Marianne Wilkinson

Councillor, Kanata North

ENCHANTED MOSAIC… an Evening with the Arts

The Canadian Federation of University Women/Kanata cordially invites You, your Family and Friends to ENCHANTED MOSAIC … an Evening with the Arts on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013 at the Earl of March Secondary School.  More information available below.

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The inspiring musical production includes a performance of Carnival of the Animals by the Kanata Symphony Orchestra, with narration by Laurence Wall of the CBC and interpretive dancing by students from South Carleton and West Carleton High Schools.  The second half of the show is a Tribute to Canada with performances by the Ottawa Catholic School Board Chamber Choir, the Rhythm and Blues Band of Holy Trinity Catholic High School, our own Guitar Groovers and Sherry’s School of Highland Dancers.

There will be an impressive art exhibition showcasing artworks created by talented students from several local high schools.

ENCHANTED MOSAIC is a spectacle that is not to be missed. It will be a feast for the artistic eye, a treat for the discerning ear, and a thrill to the diverse emotions that rich musical and dance traditions inspire.

October 26th is the last Saturday before Halloween so parents are encouraged to treat their children to a family-friendly arts experience and children are encouraged to show up in costumes.  We will provide their treats.

There will be a silent auction as well with items donated by local businesses.

All proceeds from ENCHANTED MOSAIC benefit the CFUW/Kanata Scholarship Trust.

Tickets cost $20 for adults and $15 for students and children and are available at :
Domenic’s Music Store, 444 Hazeldean Rd, Kanata   or
CD Warehouse, in the Signature Centre.

For more information, phone  (613) 592-2144,  or email cfuwkanataconcert@gmail.com   or go to our website:         www.cfuwkanata.ca

Canadian Federation of Women / Kanata (CFUW/K), founded in 1996, is a non-profit, non-partisan, self-funded organization with over 100 university and associate members.  It is one of the 107 chapters of CFUW whose countrywide membership supports the mandate to advocate social issues, particularly equality, education, justice, human rights and legislation for all Canadians.

CFUW/Kanata Scholarship Trust was registered as a charity in 2006.

For several years, CFUW/Kanata has awarded seven scholarships to local high school students for their University education, and one to a returning mature student at Algonquin College. This year’s fundraiser is our unique way of achieving this goal.  We look forward to seeing you there on October 26.

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