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Pawson Players Presents

Appropriate Audience Behaviour by Ian McWethy

Carol and Ashley are expecting a tale of woe as they take their seats to watch Hamlet, but the real tragedy is that they're sitting next to the world's noisiest weirdos. An outrageously meta comedy that reminds us where the drama belongs--onstage.

Performance will be Tuesday, May 17th & Wednesday, May 18th at 7:00 p.m.

Venue:  Uplands Community Centre

  • Admission by donation ($2 - $5 / person)
  • Mask wearing for the audience is encouraged but not required
  • To keep numbers down, we ask that you attend ONE performance only, not both
  • There are no tickets and no seat reservations
  • Pawson Players members are to be at the community centre by 6pm; they must bring their costume (including footwear), their script, and a water bottle
  • any further questions can be directed to carri.lelliott@rbe.sk.ca

Mental Health Resources

APRIL 4, 2022 -- Anxiety, worry and stress are something we all feel, and sometimes we may need help. Mental health supports are available to help you if and when you need it. Listed below are some helpful resources.

HealthLine 811 - offers mental health and addictions service, including 24/7 crisis support, advice to help manage a caller’s situation, information and connection to community resources.

Wellness Together Canada (https://www.wellnesstogether.ca/en-CA) - connects people to peer support workers, social workers, psychologists and other professionals for confidential chat sessions or phone calls. Their website offers immediate crisis support/counselling by clicking the “I Need Help Now!” button at the top of the page. Crisis support resources for Indigenous Peoples can be found at https://www.wellnesstogether.ca/en-CA/indian-residential-schools-crisis-support

211 Saskatchewan (https://sk.211.ca/) – connect with resources in your community by searching a database of over 6,000 community, social, non-clinical health and government services across the province.

PocketWell app download (measure and track your well-being)

Mobile Crisis Helpline in Regina – (306) 757-0127

Kids Help Phone - 1-800-668-6868

Indigenous Peoples:

Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1-855-242-3310 (hopeforwellness.ca)

Reconciliation Canada (https://reconciliationcanada.ca/need-help/)

TAO Tel-Aide Francophone Helpline in Saskatchewan - 1-800-567-9699

Farm Stress Line - 1-800-667-4442

NORS - overdose prevention hotline - 1-888-688-6677

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Online Therapy Unit (https://www.onlinetherapyuser.ca/) - for Saskatchewan residents who are experiencing mental health difficulties, including depression and anxiety

Family Service Saskatchewan, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, supports free mental health walk-in clinics in 24 communities. These clinics offer free one-time counselling sessions, which are now available by phone.

Family Service Regina - (306) 757-6675

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We apologize for any confusion caused by this error.