2012 Spring Brochure is
Check it out here.
HOW TO REGISTER:
Call the Centre 48 office (424-2166) and leave a message
any time for all events and classes. Andrea will contact
you as soon as possible to follow up or you can
mail your name, address, phone number, class you’d like
to take and a cheque to:
Montmartre, Sask., S0G 3M0
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
All Centre 48 classes must be paid in full prior to the class start date. A drop-box for cheques is located in the front entrance of the Montmartre Village Office.
If anyone cancels less than one week prior to the class start date or after the first class, they will receive 50 per cent of their tuition back. There will be no refunds for cancellations occurring after the second class.
Classes with less than six students may be cancelled. Full refunds will be granted.
The Centre 48 Steering Committee recently adopted the following series of goals with the purpose of defining the centre’s role in the region. The goals of Centre 48 are:
To enhance the quality of life for all Regina East residents by providing a wide variety of educational opportunities whether they be arts-related, sport-related, life enhancing, skills-based or academic.
To increase arts offerings to residents of all ages and capabilities in order to cultivate greater interest and participation in music, dance, drama and visual-arts disciplines.
To provide employment opportunities to as many local residents as possible.
To stimulate the regional economy by buying locally, using local facilities and hiring local employees.
To keep circulating our profits back into our communities through local purchases, competitive wages and Centre 48 growth.
To inject vibrancy and a sense of optimism into our communities by providing a concrete example of a successful community-initiated project that has relied very little on government funding.
To build a connection between the communities of our region by working together in a cooperative way to provide opportunities for all of our citizens.
To make the entire region a more attractive place to live by providing as many educational opportunities as close to home as possible.