There's no shortage of events at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre over the next month.
From cinephiles to those looking to take in some classic rock-and-roll Canadiana, Moose Javians have a healthy cross-section of enjoyable activities to keep them engaged at the venerable venue.
Here's a breakdown of what is ahead.
Artist Duet: In Light of Presence
May 31, 2 p.m.
Free admission. Featuring Jennifer McRorie and Ramses Calderon. McRorie will paint "an image of her baby daughter's birthmark," according to MJCC marketing co-ordinator Mandy Higgins. Meanwhile Calderon responds to her with his music. Following a short intermission, Calderon will perform an original guitar composition.
June 5, 8 p.m.
Casino Moose Jaw presents Canadian rock-and-roll trio The Stampeders, perhaps best known for Sweet City Woman. Tickets available at the Casino Moose Jaw Box Office at (306) 694-3726.
June 7, 2 p.m.
Admission $5 at the door, cash only. Victor Cicansky, from Regina, an internationally known bronze sculptor will speak about his life's work. "A lot of people from Saskatchewan have probably seen Victor's work," said Higgins. "It's going to be a real honour to have him come here and speak."
Disney's Cinderella Kids
June 12 - 14, 7 p.m. each night
Presented by RuBarb Productions. "What's special about this production is that young people comprise most of the cast," said Higgins. Tickets start at $18 for adults, students and seniors and $13 for children and can be purchased from the RuBarb Productions Box Office at 321 Main Street North or by calling (306) 693-1771.
The Bob Moyer Big Band
June 20, 7:30 p.m.
"This is a 16-member big band from Regina and they play jazz and swing classics — all of the big ones," said Higgins. The band is returning for their third consecutive year. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre box office or their website, moosejawculture.com.