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Bloc Rock at the Mercury & Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre

Located on opposite ends of the same block of 13th Ave, The Mercury and the CNC will host eight bands, each playing staggered half hour sets. Venue hop to catch:

  • Failed States
  • Black Thunder
  • Natural Sympathies
  • Both Doors Have Tigers
  • Oiseaux
  • Sadie Hawkinz
  • Slutty Waist
  • Endless Retirement

Date

May 24 2024
Expired!

Time

8:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre
2900 13th Ave, Regina, SK S4T 1N7

Other Locations

The Mercury
2936 13th Ave, Regina, SK S4T 1N7
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Check out The Ben Winoski Project TONIGHT - 8:30pm @ st.Mary’s
Cut loose with Flatland Fiddling Studio + the Northern Lights Bluegrass Society at our Old-Time Dance! 

It’s a closing night of pattern and square dances with a live band and a caller to lead you through each step - so leave the Sunday shoes at home. 

A BIG thank you to @emilydubois98 (Lead Fiddler & owner of @flatlandfiddling) for making our footloose dreams come true! We can’t wait to hear the set list you’ve put together.
Experience Augmented Reality (AR) in Holy Rosary Park! Explore a virtual Philippines street in Samantha Liamzon’s Ligaya, celebrate five interactive birthday parties in Shaira Castillo’s Burnout, immortalize yourself with Jett Kowalchuk’s The Eternal Walking Path, tour an AR art gallery in Madison Cowper’s The Absence of Space, and interact with a whimsical depiction of an artist’s experience before and after being diagnosed with ADHD in Ember Rayne’s HeARtbreak. All projects were created in Evie Johnny Ruddy’s Creative Technologies & Design course, Augmented Reality: Critical Theory, Art, & Activism. 

When: Wednesday, May 22 to Saturday, May 25, any time of day

Where: North of the big tent in Holy Rosary Park

Guided AR Experiences: 

Thursday, May 23: 5 to 7 pm

Saturday, May 25: 10 am to 1 pm

Thank you to our Sponsors!

 
 

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We are on the traditional lands referred to as Treaty 4, the territory of the nêhiyawak, Anihsināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, Nakoda and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation. We respect and honour the Treaties and acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past.

We are committed to moving forward in friendship and respect with the Indigenous Nations in the spirit of true reconciliation.