Whether pre-bought from a local bakery or made fresh in your oven, Gingerbread Houses give your children and teenagers the opportunity to transform your home with wonderful aromas and festive decorations that are oh so good enough to eat….
they love being creative and enjoy it all the more when they can eat their art supplies.
Ah, but to be Norwegian, particularly on Norway’s National Day, which took place yesterday under sunny skies in Oslo. Men, women and children wore national costumes as they paraded down Karl Johans Gate (Oslo’s main street) waving Norway’s flag and shouting in appreciation of their nation, “Hipp Hurra!
It’s hard to imagine any ceremony that could make a citizen more proud of his or her country. ” I was one of the few fortunate enough to obtain special seats in front of the Royal Palace to watch as parade participants marched up Karl Johans Gate to the Royal Palace, where they were received by the Royal Family standing on the front balcony, waving to the crowd.
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“Nobody knows how far back the game goes, but it’s a part of our cultural and spiritual life,” said Louis Delisle, a Mohawk educator and former star lacrosse player who is organizing a re-creation of an 1867 game between the Kahnawake Lacrosse Club and the Montreal Lacrosse Club.
The game, to be played on the lower field at Mc Gill University on June 17, is the focal point of a weekend-long celebration organized by the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation.
Delormier was on hand for the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation press conference in Montreal on Tuesday May 16, 2017.
As Canada celebrates its 150th birthday, the lacrosse community is marking the 150th anniversary of the modern game — a gift from the First Nations to the fledgling country.
From the very simple designs for those busy moms and dads to challenging blueprints for art projects for those artists among us, we’ve got it all.