Documents a special screening of Prairie Echo Clips. A community tea,which brings together the people from the audio CD “I Remember”, with The Board of The Cupar and District Heritage Museum -Director- Darryl Miller. Eight individuals from the Cupar area share stories of early life and growing up on the prairies. Produced with assistance from Common Weal Community Arts in Regina, and support from the Cupar and District Heritage Museum,Shalom-Cupar and District Nursing Home,the people of Cupar, my wife Elaine, and family.-A 47 minute audio CD was produced called I Remember, with assistance from Common Weal Community Arts in Regina.Links to FREE high resolution downloads + music at http://cuparsaskatchewan.blogspot.com/ http://prairieecho.blogspot.com/ http://darkonetrailers.blogspot.com/
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9 yrs ago   17:30
142.82 MB   English
oral history,documentary,educational

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