Ida E. Sanderson
Geographically, the Tiger Hills Arts Association is Manitoba’s largest. Within the confines of seven municipalities (Argyle, Lorne, Louise, Glenboro-South Cypress, Norfolk Treherne , Prairie Lakes and Victoria), it provides from its Holland-based office, a wide variety of programs geared to meet the cultural needs of the communities it serves.
In a rural setting, what inspired the formation of this non-profit organization?
In the 1970’s a nucleus of talented, arts-oriented residents of the Holland area suggested a grand piano for its newly-built hall would be a decided asset. Following the purchase, members of that same group—teachers of voice, band and piano—combined their expertise with that of their students to present concerts. Soon guest choirs and bands were featured events. (Read More…)