April 28, 2019 – Seine Singers Spring Concert


It is that time of year again! The snow is melting, the grass is emerging and we’ll soon see the trees in bloom. And it is, once again, time for the Seine Singers Spring Concert.’

We’ve got another wonderful lineup of music in the works for you. The concert will feature the Seine Singers Treble and Mixed Choirs, Plain Salt, and Special Performances and, of course, delicious desserts!

Please come and join us!

Sunday, April 28, 2019
7:00 pm
Trans-Canada Centre
Ile des Chenes, Manitoba

Tickets $15 available from choir members.
or call 204.878.2016



Nov 23 – Nov 25 The Coffee Shop – Live Theatre


The Coffee Shop

We’re thrilled to be announcing live theatre in Lorette.

The Coffee Shop by local playwright Neil Peters will have four showings:
Thursday, Nov 23 at 7:30 pm
Friday, Nov 24 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, Nov 25 at 1:30 pm
Saturday, Nov 25 at 7:00 pm

all performances at Seine River Church, 1464 Dawson Road

Tickets: $5, Children 12 and under free.

For more info call (204) 232-4326

Nov 8, 2017 – Keiran Shae @ Scribblers


Keiran Shae

We’re really looking forward to having Keiran join us for an evening at Scribblers on a WEDNESDAY, November 8. She’s a talented young singer songwriter who we’re sure you’ll thoroughly enjoy.

Up first is the CLC band and choir.

Admission is free and we pass the hat for the feature act.

7:00 pm at Bibliothèque Taché Library in College Lorette Collegiate.

Feb 23, ’17 – Movin’ Right Along at Scribblers



7:00 pm, February 23, 2017
Bibliothèque Taché Library
Collège Lorette Collegiate
Lorette, MB

Admission free, with pass the hat. CLC school band and choir opening.

Jake and Sam Menard, go by their band name Movin’ Right Along! Jake is 20 and Sam is 17, and have been playing together in one form or another for around 8 years. Their family is very musical, and both play in a bigger blues band, (which is where they started playing.)

 Sam, with a low, Johnny-style voice lays down a cool rhythm guitar and Jake with a SRV sort of feel pumps out some eccentric leads that leaves you wanting more. Both draw influences from the greats (IE: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, and various other legendary artists.)

 With a focus primarily on blues and old school country, they have recently branched into more of a classic rock feel, (think “Sweet child o’ mine, or “house of the rising sun,” but with their unique twists added in!)  They absolutely love to play music together and are beyond excited to perform at Scribblers.