Please join us on this year's tour which is limited to Wolseley and the West End.
There are only 6 places to visit, easily done in an afternoon. NO CHARGE!
Visit us at the following locations: Jo'Anne Kelly, porcelain and paintings on silk - 1106 Wolseley Ave. Kathleen Black, glass and paintings, and Ann Tyre, ceramics - 151 Garfield St. Lily and Sonja Rosenberg, jewellery - 206 Chestnut St. Jane Gateson and Pat McCullough, paintings - 762 WestminsterAve. Michel Saint Hilaire, paintings - 69 Maryland St. Kathleen Kolba and Sharon Cory, paintings - 618 Arlington St.
I know, I know. Spring is supposed to be here. At least the
Equinox happened, and that was supposed to be the first day of Spring, right?
But look at my back yard! Does that look like Spring?
The equinox fooled some birds, too. I have heard some
foolish flocks of geese flying overhead the past two nights. They seem to be
following the river, vainly looking for a stretch of open water to land on. Good
Luck! I worry about them – they are going to have to survive by eating snow for
quite a while.
And I have been hosting a poor little mourning dove for the past
couple of weeks. It comes to my bird feeding station. I thought it had perished
during that last awful snow storm we had, but this morning I heard its sad little
“whoo – whoo”. I hope it gets the best little mourning dove mate of the season –
it deserves her.
Anyway, here are some neat things to do during this sloppy season.
and congratulations to Jolanta Solkalska, whose work in glass became the awards handed out to Winnipeg realtors recently, given on their Annual Gala Dinner in the Convention Centre in late February
each realtor winner is holding an award made by Jolanta.
In Plain View artist, Michel St. Hilaire has some work to show you. If you would like to visit Michel's home gallery, just contact him:
69 Maryland St., Winnipeg, MB
Phone: (204) 956-5008