The Annual General Meeting of St. John’s Institute will be held on Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 3:00 pm. Refreshments will be served at the meeting. All are welcome, and memberships will be sold at the door. Please come and show your support for St. John’s Institute!
What We Offer
SJI is dedicated to promoting Edmonton’s arts and culture scene. We provide sponsorship and support for a number of local and national organizations and also host numerous arts and culture events in our facility throughout the year. Visit our Arts and Culture page for information on the SJI Centre for Arts and Culture.
We pride ourselves on our excellent food! Cooked in-house by our talented chefs, SJI provides catering for events held at our facility or at an external location. Check out our Food page for more information on food projects and for our online catering menu.
SJI offers an affordable housing option in a desirable location. Close to shopping centres, restaurants, and public transit, SJI is a place to call home when you’re away from home! Visit our Accommodation page for more information on our Bachelor, 2-bed, 3-bed, and 4-bed suites.
They came; they mesmerized; and left us wanting more!
Edmontonians, you should be proud! Ukraine’s famed a cappella ensemble, Pikkardiys’ka Tertsia took the stage at Edmonton’s Jubilee Auditorium on Saturday, January 17, singing to an audience of over 1,800 people! (click HERE for short film clip)
Gasps were audible when the curtains parted, revealing over 278 Ukrainian youth behind the 6 artists. Together, they lead the auditorium in a sonorous rendition of the Canadian and Ukrainian national anthems. With cheers and cries of joy and patriotism, Pikkardiys’ka Tertsia lead us on a journey through a mix of well-known and rare Christmas carols and folk songs. With only a few notes sung, the crowd simultaneously rose in salute for the requiem Plyve Kacha, bringing shivers to all in the hall. The concert culminated with a 20+minute encore presentation, leaving everyone hoarse (from all the cheering!), but with a wealth of emotions to take home!
More photos on Facebook – thanks to Aidan Ware for his wonderful work!