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Conceived and Written by Jim Caron
Music by Bob Hubley
Additional Music by Michael McGill
Original Staging by Jim Caron
Arranged by Michael McGill
The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents THE PIED PIPER, an original adaptation of the classic children’s tale. What do you do when your town is overrun by ravenous rats? Sara, an orphan girl, and the other Townspeople of Hamelin Town turn to the Mayor of Hamelin and his Council when their town is threatened. They then call on the Pied Piper to save them from the troublesome creatures. The Mayor’s son and daughter and the Cooks also join in the endeavor. Find out what happens when the town is unable to pay the Piper and the children are led away from the town along with the rats!
Auditions: Monday Morning
Rehearsals: Tuesday – Thursday (12:45-5:00pm)
Shows: Friday @ 1:30pm & 6:30pm
Congratulations to all of our intermediate students for doing such a great job at this year’s science fair! We would also like to extend a huge thank-you to Mrs. Martin for once again taking the lead and organizing this event, hopefully she will come back next year and help us with this!
All the best to those students who were selected to represent Baldonnel at the Regional Science Fair in Dawson Creek after spring break … Good Luck:)
Chase Liwiski – “I am Confused”
Kasey Ditner – “Stains Beware”
Drayden Tyrell – “A Burning Sensation”
Daysie Callison – “Save Your Drain”
Tanner McCracken & Timber Wuthrich – “Behind the Scenes with Mr. Hockey Stick”
Adarah May Burrows & Ann-Marie Barrette – “Take a Pill”
Pink Shirt Day is about standing up against bullying in our schools, communities and online. It takes courage to do your part to stop it, but by wearing pink, we are sending a clear message that bullying won’t be tolerated. We would like to thank Constable for Josh Zwambag for joining us for the day to chat with our students about bullying.
A big thanks to Mrs. Martin for organizing this presentation for all of our classes back at the start of February! As you can see … the students thoroughly enjoyed these hands-on activities!
SILENT AUCTION / RAFFLE
Benefit for Barry Moss
PEACE GALLERY NORTH
January 20 – February 7
Flying Colors Artists’ Association is pleased to partner with Baldonnel School to help defray Barry’s expenses while he is recovering from a serious case of pneumonia during a potential period off work for many more weeks.
1) Baldonnel School is holding a Recycled Children’s Book Sale on January 27th with all proceeds being donated to Barry. There is a cash/cheque collection jar in the office for those wishing to support in that manner as well.
2) Raffle Ticket Sale for the artwork titled “THE PARTY OF FIVE II”. This beautiful acrylic piece measures 16″ x 32″ and was donated by local artist Sandy Troudt.
Raffle tickets (1 for $20 … 3 for $50) are on sale at Peace Gallery North and Baldonnel School.
3) The Silent Auction is being hosted by Peace Gallery North and will be open for bidding from January 20th to February 7th.
BID ONLINE – By using the message service on the Peace Gallery North’s Facebook page!
All silent auction pieces can be viewed at the following sites:
(Scroll down to to SILENT AUCTION/RAFFLE BENEFIT under Galleries and click on individual paintings for more information. Available for viewing now.)
– Peace Gallery North’s FACEBOOK page
– Baldonnel School website (See the Silent Auction pieces below)
Winners announced on February 7th.
To all contributors and supporters, THANK YOU!
Please click on the link below to access the schedules for all 3 of our basketball teams … this document includes both games and practice times.
Welcome Back & Happy New Year!
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We were honored to have Veteran Gavin Holmes join us this year to speak with our students about the importance of Remembrance Day. We would like to thank him for spending this time with us and we would also like to thank Mrs. Martin and her students as well as Mr. Johnson and his students for the wonderful job they all did at this year’s assembly.