The Candlelight Series are historical conferences, presented in our beautiful library, dating back to 1824. Tea, coffee and desserts are provided, as well as a musical interlude.
Music Matters are a series of conferences held in our Victorian library. We invite you to come meet internationally acclaimed orchestra conductors, such as Yoav Talmi and Eric Paetkau, before the concert. You will have a chance to become more familiar with musical subtleties, to better understand interpretation, discover the historical context of the music and to become more familiar with the musical masters. Conferences will be followed by the concert. Free for ticket holders or $5 for Morrin Centre members and students or $8 for non-members.
Learn the art of screenwriting from Writers Guild member and accomplished Hollywood Producer, Herbert Goss. With the entertainment industry booming all over the world, there is a need for great story telling. This course is designed to help you see and avoid pitfalls, as well as give you literary tools which will allow you to get your story to the right people so that your script can be produced the way you've envisioned.
Are you looking for a way to keep up your English? Join us for an advanced-level discussion group. In an informal and friendly setting, various themes will be discussed to help participants improve their conversation skills.
Specially selected books, based on an interesting theme, will be read out loud in English. The reading will be followed by a fun craft. Don't miss this exciting event for kids! Saturdays from 10 - 11 a.m. Free
A unique chance to learn an ancient traditional Irish martial art, the An Maide Bata (the swift stick), a style of Irish fighting stick. This course will teach you the basic techniques, history and traditions of this art. Taught by the director of An Maide Bata in Canada. Max. of 20 participants. 14 yrs. old +.
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Have you helped out in 2010? Come join us for the evening; this is our way of saying thank you to all our great volunteers!
Learn about this fascinating story, which took place right here in Quebec City and is linked to the Morrin Centre. The scandal of Lord Bury, Superintendent General of Indian Affairs in 1855 and the prime minister Sir Allan MacNab's daughter, Sophia MacNab.