“It feels like it’s in the DNA of the town, an appreciation for the arts,” Ann Hodges, Director
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Our 2016/2017 Season at a Glance
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Flin Flon Arts Council Presnets: Codie Prevost. June 24th. R.H. Channing Auditorium. 7:30pm
Flin Flon Cranberry Folk Society presents: Kevin Roy and Logan McKillop. Johnny's Social Club. July 23rd. 7:30pm
Flin Flon Arts Council Presents: Culture Days! Get your Culture Days Passport to join all the fun! Three days of Culture! Sept 30th, Oct 1st, Oct 2nd.
Flin Flon Arts Council Presents: Everything Fitz. R.H Channing Auditorium. November 8th, 7:30pm
Flin Flon Arts Council Presents: Arts and Crafts Sale: R.H. Channing Auditorium, November 5th 9am.
MCA 40th Anniversary: Manitoba Sings! November 6th. Winnipeg.
Ham Sandwich Presentation:The (Almost) Totally True Story of Hansel and Gretel. November 18th and 19th 7:30pm. Matinee on November 19th at 2:30pm
Flin Flon Arts Council Presents:Royal Winnipeg Ballet Concert Series. R.H. Channing Auditorium. November 22nd. 7:30pm
Flin Flon Arts Council Presents: Christmas with the Choir. December 17th and 18th. R.H. Channing Auditorium. 7:30pm and 2pm
Flin Flon Arts Council Presents: Yenshan Ukrainian Folk Ballet Ensemble. January 21st. R.H. Channing Auditorium. 7:30pm
Films Up North TIFF Film: Genius Hapnot Theatre. 7:30pm
Royal Manitoba Theatre Presentation: Last Train To Nibroc. February 17th. 7:30pm R.H. Channing Auditorium
Flin Flon Arts Council Presents: FFCC Musical Theatre Production: May 5,6,7
The Strength of Rhonda Head
CBC interviewed Rhonda Head about her struggles, triumphs and her love of music.
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At the Heart of the Arts, A Mine
FLIN FLON — It’s Saturday morning and director Crystal Kolt stands at the bottom of a tiered room, leading the Flin Flon Community Choir through vocal warm-ups.
Crystal Kolt, Head of the Flin Flon Arts Council, looks out over Flin Flon from a high ridge in town.
"Ma, me, mi, mo, mu," the members hum as Kolt shouts out, albeit kindly, technical corrections. "Tacca, tacca, tacca, he, ha, he," they continue.
Despite the low-key rehearsal setting — a local elementary school — and the group’s understated name, this is not an informal gathering of friends with a common hobby.
RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
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Elly on the Arts: New Column
Follow Elly Spencer as she spreads community awareness through our local newspaper The Reminder. Click below to view.