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Time to Fly

March 9 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm



March 9
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Nutrien Wonderhub
(306) 249-3574
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Nutrien Wonderhub
950 Spadina Cres E
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3H6
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(306) 249-3574
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Join local artist and designer Valerie Wiebe at Wonderhub for a book reading of her picture book “Time to Fly” followed by an interactive storybook creation activity. Participants will be invited to come listen to Valerie read her book and then explore the birds eye view perspective to create their own storybooks.

Session: Time to Fly
Date: Saturday, March 9, 2024
Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
(Session start times 1:00pm & 2:00pm)

Wonderhub Performance Hall (located in Lower Lobby)
Cost per ticket: FREE Drop In – no registration required

Supervision requirements: 1 adult to 6 children/youth
All Ages.
*Completed Waiver required to attend

Our Storyscapes program is supported by Sask Lotteries &
the City of Saskatoon


Valerie Wiebe, an accomplished artist and designer based in Langham, SK, holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture and Design from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and another in Fine Arts with Honours from the University of Saskatchewan. With a background in Arts Education, she brings a diverse skill set to her company Wiebe Works Creative Productions. Valerie’s art-related career spans international work in Bangladesh, affiliations with CARFAC and Saskatchewan Craft Council, and active participation in various exhibitions throughout Saskatchewan. Her artistic practice, showcased in solo and group exhibitions, reflects a rich portfolio, culminating in publications and media features, including publishing the picture book, “Time to Fly.”  Valerie is passionate about facilitating others to find their creative voice with Wiebe Works Creative Productions, that hosts a yearly art and music festival, Art in the Garden Festival, as well as numerous creative workshops.  Valerie’s commitment to her craft is evident through her ongoing contributions to professional associations and her notable presence in the Canadian arts scene.