Yoga & Smoothies (Ages 16+)

Dates: Wed, May 22 | 4:30pm-6:30pm
Fee: $25.00
Location: Steinbach Arts Council 

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Welcome to Yoga and Smoothies, a unique fusion of invigorating Vinyasa yoga and nourishing smoothie creation. At the heart of our workshop is the belief that wellness is a harmonious blend of movement and nutrition, a philosophy instructors Kaytlin and Cassandra are eager to share with you. Our workshop is crafted to engage the body, mind, and palate, offering a refreshing approach to health that caters to both beginners and seasoned yogis.

Wellness Workshop

These workshops made possible in part by

Soap and Bath Bomb Making Workshop (16+)

Dates: Sat, April 13 | 10:00am-1:00pm 
Fee: $30.00
Location: Steinbach Arts Council

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Immerse yourself in the art of creating luxurious soap and bath bombs infused with soothing essential oils with instructor Patricia Mcpherson. Discover the secrets to crafting these indulgent treats that will elevate your self-care routine to a whole new level.

Registration Information

General registrations priced at $30 offer the opportunity to include a family member from another generation at no extra cost.

Culture & Heritage Multigenerational Workshops

These workshops made possible in part by

Traditional Métis Finger Weaving (All Ages)


Dates: Sat, April 20 | 9:00am-12noon 
Location: Rest Haven Care Home

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Join Brett Mcpherson in celebrating Métis culture by creating your own finger weaving piece. Let your fingers dance across the loom, weaving together a tapestry of culture and creativity.

Note: Children under the age of 12 are required to be accompanied by an adult.

Borealis Beading - Sharing Métis Culture and History (16+)


Dates: Thurs, April 25 | 5:00pm-8:00pm 
Location: The Steinbach Arts Council

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Join in the celebration of Métis culture through this engaging workshop experience, discover Métis artistry and history by crafting a beaded artwork piece with instructor Melanie Gamache

Métis Jigging Dance Workshop (All Ages)

Dates: TBA – Fall 2024 
Location: Steinbach Arts Council

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Join Janessa Roy for an unforgettable experience where tradition meets creativity, and history comes alive through dance. Come dance, learn, and celebrate the rich cultural tradition of Métis jigging

Note: Children under the age of 12 are required to be accompanied by an adult

Mennonite Floor Patterns & Place Mats (All Ages)


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Embark on an enthralling exploration of Mennonite history alongside Margruite Krahn. Participate in crafting a floor pattern place mat, allowing your artistic creativity to connect with the past

Note: Children under the age of 12 are required to be accompanied by an adult

Culinary Arts: Explore Ukrainian Tradition (16+)

Dates: TBA – Fall 2024
Location: The Steinbach Arts Council

Explore, create and sample traditional Ukrainian culinary dishes and treats with instructor Cassandra Kornelsen

Important Information

Refund Policy
Cancellation Policy
Waitlists & Bursaries

Full refunds are given when you withdraw two weeks prior to the start date of a class/workshop/day camp. From that point until the start of classes, a 50% credit will be applied to your account upon withdrawal. There will be no refund after the start date. Your class fees help our Centre operate and offer high-quality programming for you and the community, and we strive to make it affordable for all. By signing up for a class/program, you are acknowledging our refund policy.

Only the Class Fee is subject to a refund. Your SAC membership, admin fees, and material fees are not included in the refund amount. We can send your refund in person back to your original mode of payment or by cheque in the mail.

Class Minimums

Classes/Workshops are subject to cancellation if the minimum number of registrants is not reached. In this case, a full refund (or an account credit) will be issued including membership and administration fees. We inform registering students as soon as possible when we have canceled a class.


If Public Health recommends that isolation is to be reinstated and arrangements for virtual teaching can be made by SAC, no credits or refunds will be issued.

If virtual learning is not possible, the participant will receive a prorated credit for the remainder of their class.

Students will receive an information/reminder email prior to the start of a class/workshop.


Our classes have a limited number of spots each season. If a class you’re interested in indicates CLASS FULL, you can still join our waitlist by emailing! We will contact you via e-mail or phone if a spot has opened so we can take your registration. We cannot guarantee admission to the class even when you have joined our call list.

In most cases, we open the same class in the next season. You can check back on our website from time to time or sign up for our SAC eNews to get updates about current and upcoming classes/events here.


Thank you to our amazing contributors who support and believe in our values at SAC, we are able to provide bursaries to the community. Our bursaries aim to eliminate barriers for families and create opportunities for children in the area.

Applying is easy. For instructions on how to apply, please click here.


For general inquiries about a class/program, please email or call us during office hours at 204.346.107

🍁 The Steinbach Arts Council acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 territory and that the land on which we live and work is the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Ininiw, Anishiniw, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.

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