Spring Tea and other Actvities

Come join us Sunday, April 22, 2018 12:30 p.m. for tea and music at Laurier Community Hall, 14405 85 Ave. NW in Edmonton.

Daiga Stube on piano and her daughter Anna Štube on the violin will be performing a selection of popular melodies.  This will also wonderful opportunity to meet our Latvian Ambassador Kārlis Eihenbaums and his wife Ināra Eihenbauma who are visiting.  Come Continue reading → Spring Tea and other Actvities

Latvian Artist on Canadian Tour

Electro-choral pop music from Canadian Hello Moth collides with the neo-psychedelic dreams of Latvian musician Elizabete Balčus to take audiences to unexplored heights of sonic fantasy. Exciting soundscapes unfold across each memorable evening of cutting edge artistry and performance. Link below to get more information for dates of the tour and when they will be in Edmonton.

Hello Moth and Elizabete Balcus Tour Press Release

Thank You!

Thank you to all the wonderful volunteers who helped us out for our casino event on February 20 and 21.  We couldn’t have done it without you!

Help still needed!

The timeline is winding down and there a still some volunteer positions that need to be filled for our casino event.

Imanta is looking for volunteers for our Casino commitment on February 20th and 21st, 2018 at the Casino Yellowhead located at 12464 153 Street. There are day shifts and evening shifts available. No experience necessary! All volunteers will get a free meal!  Remember: Casino funds are vital to our scholarship and seniors programs. Continue reading → Help still needed!

Pro Coro Concert featuring Ugis Praulins

Pro Coro Canada will host Latvian composer Ugis Praulins who will be here in Edmonton for the concert ‘Canadian Connections SIX’. They will perform the Grammy-nominated work The Nightingale, and the composition that was so generously supported by Imanta: The Way Children Sleep.

February 25, 2018 at All Saint’s Anglican Cathedral Edmonton, Alberta

For more information contact Pro Coro Canada.

October 2017 Newsletter

IMANTA has a new logo! Many thanks to Raina Mithrush for designing this along with our new banner, which was used for the first time in September at the Winspear Centre.

 

This year’s Latvian Independence Day celebration is being organized using suggestions from our enthusiastic newer members, with the intent of making our event accessible to more families. We will be celebrating with a potluck style event,with Latvian foods and recipes. Your relatives, friends, or Google can help you decide which delicious Latvian food to make. Please let us know what dish you’ll be bringing to help us plan the menu.

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