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As a student, I'll be in the final show (gulp) so come clap along for me! I dare ya to try to make me laugh . . .Just some information about a concert series in the Park that you might be interested in. We'd love for you to come and join us, and to help us spread the word.The Kenosee Lake Kitchen Party is presenting a concert series featuring renowned musicians between August 14 - 18, 2006 at the Kenosee Boys' and Girls' camp at 7pm.Cost is $5 for non-camp participants, and spectators should bring a lawnchair.Children under 12 are free.Concerts will be followed by a jam session, and spectators are welcome to bring instruments and join in as they pleaseThe concert lineup is as follows:Monday, August 14 at 7pm: J.J. Guy (fiddler) Ray Bell (guitarist/singer) Shamma Sabir (fiddler: eldest member of the Sabir Sisters, and a Grand Master finalist. She's also a dynamic performer!)Tuesday, August 15 at 7pm: Trent Bruner (pianist from Norway), Cammy Romanuck (fiddler.. provincial Grand Champion and 5th place winner in Canadian Grand Masters), and Anthony Bzdell (guitarist, singer and key member of the Rotators)Wednesday, August 16th at 7pm: Lucas Welsh (fiddler, one time Provincial Grand Champion and accomplished bluegrass guitarist, singer, mandolin player as well!) Shannon Shakotko (pianist / singer with a powerful voice) John Arcand (world-renowned fiddler and the master of the Metis Fiddle)Thursday, August 17th at 7pm: Camp Pig 'n Whistle: Band scramble and talent show, followed by square dancing with an accomplished callerFriday, August 18th at 7pm, Students' final show, instructors' performance, old tyme family dance with cash bar.Hope this helps with your calendar! The music this week will be phenomenal!...Michele Amy
I don't argue with the science that all of us - as we exhale, as the population grows, as there are more vehicles on the streets and more carbons produced - that we contribute to global warming.I wonder how terrifying it was for him to admit that to himself, given that he thinks his own breath is part of the problem. Really, Mr. Premier. The natural functioning of a human body only contributes to global warming after breathing stops. Up until then, you're a carbon sink. Carbon in, when you eat - remember carbohydrates? Carbon out, when you breathe. More carbon in than out, as you grow. Wait - it just occurred to me - dieting contributes to global warming! Somebody call Hollywood!