Le Rendez-vous des jeunes voyageurs

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The Rendez-vous des jeunes voyageurs runs from Monday to Friday starting at 4:30PM on Zoom each day! Meet TiBert le Voyageur and a special guest for an interactive show for the whole family.
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Meeting ID: 871 1482 2945
Programming is in mostly French.

WEEK 1

February 1

Pedro Bédard – Fort carpenter

February 2

Janine Tougas – Storyteller

February 3

The official family

February 4

Jean-Marc Lafond and Roger Dallaire

February 5

Madame Diva

WEEK 2

February 8

Dolorès Gosselin – Storyteller

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Musée de Saint-Boniface

February 9

Fabrice Siaux – Tinsmithing

Fabrice, a tinsmith and teacher, uses sheets of tin to shape cups, chandeliers, lanterns, and spice graters (to name a few!) using historic methods that he’s been researching for the last 5 years.

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Shanley Spence – Hoop Dancing!

Shanley is Nihithaw (Swampy Cree) from Pukatawagan and Anishinaabe from Lake. St Martin First Nation. She began her hoop dancing career at the age of 13 performing at a variety of nationwide and international events, daycare and school institutions of all ages, conferences and interactive workshops with the Walking Wolf Singers and Dancers, Folklorama and independently.

February 10

Jeremy Kingsbury – Scottish Bagpipes and George McKay

Jeremy Kingsbury is an American bagpiper and historian who will show off and play the Scottish Highland bagpipes, and the Uilleann pipes from Ireland.

February 11

Bart House Band – Traditional music

The four Bart brothers are the core of this fiddle-driven folk frenzy that breaths fire into old tunes from the Old World and sets them alight!

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Mark Blieske – Carpenter and retired teacher

Mark has been an industrial arts teacher in Manitoba for many years, and will demonstrate voyageur paddle-making.

February 12

Micah le jeune voyageur  – Music for youth

Micah le jeune voyageur is a singer-songwriter, actor, and dancer. Micah’s easygoing talent quickly made him a fan-favourite among young audiences and their parents.

Semaine 3

February 15

Day off!

February 16

Jean-Marc Lafond – Voyageur cooking

The voyageur-chef, Jean-Marc will explore traditional fare cooked on the fire, all while singing voyageur songs!

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Fit Kids, Healthy Kids

Raquel, the program coordinator for Fit Kids Healthy Kids, along with Léo LaTuque will demonstrate fun physical literacy skills – not only for children, but for adults too! A special Festival du Voyageur ambassador and guest will also join us!

February 17

France Adams – Author of children’s books and francophone plays from Manitoba

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Alison Palmer – Théâtre Cercle Molière School Program

Join us for theatre games!

February 18

Musée de Saint-Boniface
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Eric Mentuk – Fancy Dancer

Fancy Dancer and creator of bustles for fancy dancers, trad dancers, chicken dancers. Mostly fancy dance hackle bustles.

February 19

Madame Diva – A visit from one of Madame Diva’s band members

Semaine 4

February 22

Pedro Bedard – Blacksmithing

Fort Gibraltar’s blacksmith will show us how to hit hot metal at the forge!

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Roger Dallaire –musician, storyteller, ventriloquist, dancer, puppeteer and folklorist

Roger has several strings to his bow. Most recently, he is the cornerstone, alongside Daniel Gervais, of the Flying Canoë Volant winter festival which is held in February in Mill Creek in Edmonton.

February 23

Desmond Mentuk – Anishinaabe language and culture

An experienced ex-interpreter from Riding Mountain National Park, Desmond will introduce us to his language, Anishinaabemowin, and to Anishinaabe culture.

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Fit Kids, Healthy Kids

Raquel, the program coordinator for Fit Kids Healthy Kids, along with Léo LaTuque will demonstrate fun physical literacy skills – not only for children, but for adults too! A special Festival du Voyageur ambassador and guest will also join us!

February 24

Andrina Turenne – Singer and musician

Andrina Turenne is a Franco-metis singer and musician from Winnipeg. She’s played several international festivals across 5 continents, and recently appeared as a solo artist at National Indigenous Day on APTN. She launched her first single “When the Smoke Clears” in February 2020, and she’s currently working on her first solo album.

February 25

Bart House Band

The four Bart brothers are the core of this fiddle-driven folk frenzy that breaths fire into old tunes from the Old World and sets them alight!

February 26

Madame Diva

Under the pseudonym Madame Diva, Jocelyne Baribeau has travelled the country peforming at festivals in Whitehorse, Montréal, BC, and back in her own home at Winnipeg Folk Festival, entertaining young people with her songs.

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https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87114822945
Meeting ID: 871 1482 2945