Saskatchewan Construction Association Summer Meetings

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Eye Inspire Events is excited to take on this years Jungle Safari themed Summer Meetings for Saskatchewan Construction Association at Elk Ridge Resort

The Event will host association meetings and updates, education sessions on current industry issues, and of course a little golf and fishing at some of Saskatchewan’s premier locations!

Let us treat you right!

Questions? Contact the SCA at 306-525-0171 or email [email protected]

Gold Medal Plates Regina

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The PyeongChang 2017 Winter Olympic Games are around the corner and our athletes are gearing up for Canada’s most successful Winter Olympic Games yet! Our athletes did us proud at the Rio Summer Olympics with the highest summer Olympics medal count for Canada ever! They brought pride and patriotism to our country capturing the hearts of Canadians with their successes and stories. The funds raised by Gold Medal Plates each year are instrumental in the phenomenal success of our athletes.

We will be celebrating the successes and stories of our Canadian Olympic athletes at Gold Medal Plates Regina Saturday, October 14, 2017

Along with over 400 key leaders in the Regina community, in a stand up cocktail reception format, guests will sample the culinary creations of our city’s top chefs competing for gold, and the Canadian beverages that have been carefully paired with their dishes, in what is called Canada’s best kitchen party. Guests will then sit to enjoy dessert and wine, celebrate our Olympians, be entertained with great music, bid on amazing live auction trips hosted by Olympians and Canadian musicians, and witness the crowning of a gold, silver and bronze medal chef!

Find out more on our website

If you would like to get involved as a sponsor or purchase a ticket, please call Lisa Peters at (306) 539-5339 or email at [email protected]

 

Saskatchewan Construction Association Summer Meetings

Event Type: Event

Eye Inspire Events is excited to again take on this years Summer Meetings for Saskatchewan Construction Association at Elk Ridge Resort

The Event will host association meetings and updates, education sessions on current industry issues, and of course a little golf and fishing at some of Saskatchewan’s premier locations!

Planing has begun!

Questions or interested in sponsorship? Contact Megan Jane at SCA at 306-525-0171 or email [email protected]

Crimson Cocktail Party

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Your Time Women’s Empowerment Foundation is hosting an Invite Only private gala to raise funds to support the purchase of menstrual cups.

Menstrual cups have only become widely available and used within the last ten years, although they have been available much longer. In 2011, the College of Family Physicians of Canada published a report on the use of menstrual cups compared to tampons: its conclusion was that menstrual cups have the potential to be a sustainable solution to menstrual management with much-reduced environmental effects compared to tampons. The average woman uses one box of tampons or pads every period. This adds up to 11,000 to 16,000 in a lifetime – 150 pounds of trash. Plastic tampon applicators from sewage outfalls are one of the most common forms of trash on beaches and flushed pads and tampons are the most common causes of plumage problems. One reusable menstrual cup can last up to ten years. Menstrual cups can be in place for ten to twelve hours, obviating the needful toilet facilities. They are chemical free – tampons and pads have bleaches and other chemicals which disturb the pH of the vagina. They provide overnight protection and are low leakage. There is little to no risk of toxic shock. Menstrual cups are lightweight and compact. This factors make them easy and affordable to ship. The young women can discretely carry them. They are relatively easy to care for: a rinse after each change, and disinfection in boiling water at the end of the period. There are existing successful programs in place in Uganda, Kenya, Ghana, and Tanzania, which provide menstrual cups to young women. These programs have proven empowering and have decreased the number of school girls dropping out of school. Other alternatives such a reusable menstrual pads were considered. They necessitate changing pads throughout the day, which is difficult because of the lack of toilet facilities in several schools. Also, they need to be washed and are frequently improperly dried rendering them unhygienic. They also are prone to saturation and leakage.

For more information about Your Time Womens’ Empowerment Foundation.  See our website

Rotary Clubs of Regina 100th Birthday Celebration

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The Rotary Clubs of Regina will be celebrating their 100th Birthday celebration on August 25, 2017 at the Conexus Arts Centre.

More information to come!

2017 Cornwall Centre’s Regina Crime Stoppers Charity Golf Classic

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The Cornwall Centre’s Regina Crime Stoppers Charity Golf Classic will take place  July 17, 2017 a the Royal Regina Golf Club.

Regina Crime Stoppers is a community service program that combines the efforts of the public, the media and the Regina Police Service to prevent and solve crime. Funds raised from this event enable Crime Stoppers to pay rewards for anonymous tips, which result in arrests and recovery of property in our community. Our goal is a safer community for all.

 

Stay tuned for More information!

Dean Renwick Design Gala

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Dean Renwick Design Studio, Dr. Roberta McKay & Elmer Brunner are excited to host the 6th annual Dean Renwick Design Gala on Saturday, November 18th at the Queensbury Centre at Evraz Place.

This fundraiser and line launch will feature the highly anticipated 2018 Spring collection from well-known clothing designer, Dean Renwick.

With more than two decades of experience dedicated to his art, Dean Renwick intimately understands not just the process and the detail of creating beautiful clothing, but also the psychology of design and the effect that custom clothing has on the wearer. Born in Regina and trained at the seminal Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles, California, Dean has international experience in custom design for the film and television industries, private couture clientele as well as the fashion house of Azar-Woods. Today, Dean creates inspired custom designs for a range of clients and has been honoured to design clothing for the previous two Lieutenant Governors of Saskatchewan, as well as international stars of the movie and music industry. Always known for his warmth and candor, Dean is an admired and dedicated activist for projects close to his heart and which impact the community.

This worthy cause will bring together Dean Renwick’s top customers, local media, and VIP’s. We would like to extend an exclusive opportunity to your company to participate as a sponsor at this exclusive event. Funds raised for 2017 will support the Your Time Womens Empowerment Foundation.

If you are interested in becoming involved as a sponsor, please contact Kara Lachance at (306) 535-4243 or [email protected]

We look forward to seeing you at this event. Tickets on sale in September 2017!

The Henderson Insurance Risk Education Series

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Stay tuned for more details on the Henderson Insurance Risk Education series featuring keynote Greg Johnson, the Tornado Hunter

Click here for more information on Greg Johnson.

Ride Don’t Hide – June 25, 2017

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Ride Don’t Hide is a community bike ride hosted by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) with support from Eye Inspire Events, with the goal to raise awareness and help break the stigma surrounding mental health while raising essential funds to support mental health programs.

The community event is a ride, not a race, with routes designed for riders of all ages and abilities—from novice rider to the advanced cyclist. Regardless of distance, you will travel a route supported from start to finish with rest stops, water to fuel the journey, fans to cheer you on, and enjoy a fun day on your bike for a great cause! To find locations and ride details, find a ride in the community nearest you.

If you are not near a ride location but want to support this meaningful event, consider becoming a virtual rider or create your own!

More information to come!!

SASKTOBERFEST

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Lisa Peters of Eye Inspire Events is excited to be volunteering alongside Karl Fix and an amazing group of community minded business people for this fun new event supporting the Street Culture Project

SASKTOBERFEST  – a Saskatchewan style Oktoberfest combining the traditions, food, drink and gear (costumes) of Bavaria (the home of Octoberfest ) and our own “Rider Nation”. In turn dress up in unique combination of Bavarian and Saskatchewan attire along the lines of what you see on the event logo. The Street Culture Project face painting team will also be there to further enhance your look. An in house photographer will be on hand to not only take pictures of the ongoings, but to also take personal pictures of you and / or your crew as you arrive. These will be made available complimentary to everyone later in the evening.

WHO IS THIS FOR ? – the funds go to Street Culture Project which is a non-profit, charitable organization in Regina, Saskatchewan that mentors and supports under-serviced youth. “Using social entrepreneurialism and positive adult role models, we connect with youth to help them work through changing their lives.” They work to teach youth how to finish school, get their driver’s license and keep a job. The youth work at face painting, odd jobs and turning their lives around. These young people are trying to get off drugs, alcohol and get out of a gang, or keep out of trouble after school
THE ENTERTAINMENT – just like the food and attire the music will follow suit. It will feature the Jack Semple Band (rock and roll and blues), Brian Sklar And The Western Senators (oom-pah, polkas and country) JJ Voss (country), Dennis Ficor (accordion polka) and Roland Woitsch a renowned traditional Bavarian musician/singer direct from the Munich area. There will be non-stop entertainment. The real Oktoberfest in Munich does not have a dance floor area (they dance on the tables which you are free to do of course), but then again this will be a Saskatchewan add on. Regina has never seen anything like this unique line up of acclaimed musical talent !!!

THE FOOD – a sit down meal which includes a combination of traditional Bavarian and local stubble jumper cuisine prepared by the Hotel saskatchewan chef who happens to be from the Bavarian area. This will include German Potato Salad, Sliced Radishes (Bierradi), Creamed Cucumber Salad with fresh Dill Pickles (Essiggurkel). Bavarian Cabbage Salad with Bacon and Caraway Seeds, Braised Red Cabbage, Bavarian Roast Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Assortment of Sausages (German and local), Sauerkraut, Roast Pork Knuckle with Saskatchewan ‘s Dog River Bavarian Dark Beer Sauce (Gebratene Scheinshaxn), Perigees and Cabbage rolls, and of course the traditional Apple Strudel with Vanilla Sauce.
THE DRINK – although at the real Oktoberfest they only serve beer to add a “Sasktwist” red and white wine will be also be available for the faint of SASKTOBERFEST heart.

WHERE AND WHEN – The Regency Ball Room at the Hotel Saskatchewan starting at 6:30 pm on Saturday September 10 , 2016 . Meal served at 7:30.

THE COST AND WHAT IT COVERS – $300 per ticket with a $250 official tax receipt form this registered charity. Tables of 8 and 16 can be booked so in turn you can sit with your crew. The price of the ticket includes all your food and drink, a photograph of you and to your crew along with a one off SASKTOBERFEST ceramic beer stein.

ORDER YOUR TICKETS NOW AND DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS UNIQUE PARTY (email Karl Fix at karl_v_fix or text/phone 306-535-0800).