Voice Events Listings

To list events in your area, e-mail voice@ausu.org with “events” in the subject line.

CALAWAY PARK
Calgary, AB
September – October 2006
The park contains everything from roller coasters to the Log Ride and bumper cars, as well as daily live entertainment, Western-themed mini-golf and a whole host of rides designed specifically for younger kids.

10 Sep-10 Oct; Sat, Sun & holiday; Mon 11am-6pm
C $23; 50 yrs & over C $15
3-6 yrs C $17; under 3s free
family ticket C $65
Tel 403 240 3822 – Fax 403 242 3885
calaway@calawaypark.com
http://www.calawaypark.com/

BODY, SOUL & SPIRIT EXPO
Calgary, AB – September 22 – 24, 2006
The best in healing arts, alternative therapies, spiritual lifestyles and personal growth.
Opening Hours: Fri 3pm-10pm; Sat 10am-9pm; Sun 11am-6pm Cost: C $10; weekend pass C $25
Venue: Stampede Park
403 261 0214 – Contact: 403 246 0668
http://www.bodysoulspiritexpo.com/

VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Vancouver, BC
September – October 2006
For details of the screening schedule in 2006, please visit the festival website.
Contact: 604 685 0260 – Fax 604 688 8221
viff@viff.orghttp://www.viff.org/

VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL WRITERS’ FESTIVAL
October 2006 – Granville Island, BC
The event features readings, lectures, the Literary Cabaret and a poetry bash. The focus is moving towards a more performance oriented one, making the literary work and recitations much more lively.
Contact: 604 681 6330
viwf@writersfest.bc.ca
http://www.writersfest.bc.ca/

AUSTIN LESBIAN & GAY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Austin, Texas, USA
September 29 – October 08, 2006
Screening over 150 films from 15 countries in 50 programs, this is the largest gay & lesbian film festival in the Southwest.
Website: http://www.agliff.org
Telephone: 512-302-9889
Email: info@agliff.org

RAYCLIFF MANOR HAUNTED ATTRACTION
Eureka Springs, Arkansas, USA
September 29 – October 31, 2006

Welcome to Raycliff Manor, a catacomb of nightmares, a macabre maze of horror. Enter freely and of your own will. This may be your last contact with reality; you have now entered the world of spirits.

7:00 pm – 12:00 am – $13.00 Admission
Website: http://www.eurekascreams.com
Telephone: 479-253-7887
Email: info@eurekascreams.com

VIRGINIA WINE FESTIVAL
Leesburg, Virginia, USA
September 30 – October 01, 2006
The event features a grand tasting from 57 of Virginia’s award-winning wineries, educational seminars, headline entertainment on the main stage and kids stage all day both days, and a veritable treasure trove of culinary and craft artisans in a fabulous al fresco show.

Performers: Headliners include several of the hotttest groups on the scene today – the Grandsons, Cartoon Johnny, several features from Virginia’s Crooked Road, Sapphire: The Uppity Blues Women and Lisa Moscatiello, who took home the big haul with four WAMMIES, including Album of the Year, in the 2006 awards competition.

Location: Morven Park Intl. Equestrian Center
Times: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Admission & Parking:
$20.00 / $12.00 Designated Drivers & Under 21
Website: http://www.virginiawinefestival.org
Telephone: 703-823-1868
Email: info@virginiawinefestival.org

OKTOBERFEST IN BUCYRUS
Bucyrus, Ohio, USA
September 30, 2006
The annual “Oktoberfest in Bucyrus” is a one-day, family-oriented celebration of the town’s German heritage in a traditional Oom-Pah fashion, complete with authentic foods, festivities and fun.

Location: Crawford County Fairgrounds
Times: 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
Admission & Parking:
$5 per adults
kids free with adult

Website: http://www.bucyrusoktoberfest.com
Telephone: 419-562-7741
Email: carlesbrats@earthlink.net

THE MOON FESTIVAL OF THE SILICON VALLEY
Cupertino, California, USA
September 30 – October 01, 2006

The Moon Festival is a full-fledged fair held in Memorial Park in Cupertino, California every year. Organizations join together in over one hundred booths and performing stages. Merchandise and Chinese art and culture are exhibited for all to enjoy. The event is a family day with activities for all ages.

Location: Memorial Park
Times: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
free parking
Website: http://www.theMoonFestival.org
Telephone: 408 858 1715
Email: Jennie_Yeung@hotmail.com

WACO CULTURAL ARTS FEST
Waco, Texas, USA
September 30 – October 01, 2006

Revel in the live music, dance performances and children’s performances. Enjoy free hands-on arts activities for all ages. Purchase art from over 50 juried artists selling oil paintings, watercolors, wood sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, photography and more. Savour the flavors of ethnic cuisines, beer, wine and beverages. The festival also produces the Waco National Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, and finalist sculptures remain in the community for one year.

Location: Heritage Square
Times: Sat, 10:00-11:00 pm; Sun, 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
FREE Admission & Parking
Website: http://www.wacoartsfest.org
Telephone: 254-772-7637
Email: doreenr@hot.rr.com

MONTREAL FESTIVAL OF NEW CINEMA
October 2006 – Montreal, QC
A film festival with an avant garde focus. Included are film, video, installations, websites, and performances focusing on a high degree of originality and new expressive forms.

The festival has four main sections:
Feature Length Film and Video
– screens work in any genre
Short and Medium Length Film and Video
– screens a similar selection of films not exceeding 60 minutes

New Media
– a broad range of work including performances, installations, CD Roms, websites and more
Digital Cinema
– work of any genre which uses digital manipulation or media

Venue: Ex Centris Cinema and New Media Complex
514 847 3536 – info@ex-centris.com
Contact: info@nouveaucinema.ca
http://www.fcmm.com/

BLACK & BLUE FESTIVAL
October 2006 – Montreal, QC

The week-long event celebrates gay culture through social, cultural and sports events as well as lots of parties and brings together 80,000 people from all over the world.

Weekend passes
C $200 – C $350
VIP passes C $300 – C $650

Contact: 514 875 7026
Email information@bbcm.org
http://www.bbcm.org/
800 955 1864 (tickets)
info@capitalcommission.pe.ca
http://www.peishellfish.com/

To list events in your area, e-mail voice@ausu.org with “events” in the subject line.

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