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DELORAINE BORDER FESTIVAL PROGRAM
Piano.Vocal.Dance.
Speech Arts.Visual Arts
April 7 through to April 25

Participating Communities
Alexander * Boissevain * Brandon * Carroll * Cartwright * Coulter * Deleau * Deloraine * Dunrea * Elgin * Goodlands * Hartney * Killarney * Lauder * Medora * Melita * Napinka * Nth Dakota * Pierson * Souris * Tilston * Waskada


MISSION STATEMENT
The Deloraine Border Festival presents an opportunity for students in southwest Manitoba to participate in a variety of artistic endeavours, a chance to perform, to learn and to enjoy.
Each spring, we listen and watch with joy and wonder as the artistic talent that blooms and grows in our communities is shared with others at our festival. 
Thanks to all who make it happen.
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DELORAINE BORDER FESTIVAL Always Well Represented at PROVINCIALS!

2014
Jessica Goethals Winner Grade 7-9 Public Speaking - Mary Neill Adjudicator's Scholarship
Sydney Laval received runner-up Grade 10-12 Public Speaking Class

2012
Sydney Laval received runner-up Poetry & Prose, Grades 10-12 - Colin Mailor Memorial Scholarship

2011
Jesse Billiaert Winner of Poetry & Prose, Grades 10-12 - Colin Mailor Memorial Scholarship
Brett Meggison received runner-up Jean & Lorne Chapple Scholarship for Outstanding Piano, J.S. Bach

2010
Brett Meggison Winner Jean & Lorne Chapple Scholarship for Outstanding Piano, J.S. Bach
Jonathon Klassen received runner-up Intermediate Piano Class

2009
Lesley Goethals received runner-up Grade 10-12 Public Speaking Class
Helene Renaud received runner-up Advanced Cdn Composers Class

2008
Brett Meggison received runner-up Junior Piano Class

2007
Laughlin McKinnon received runner-up Grade 7-9 Poetry & Prose

2014 MAJOR AWARD WINNERS

Tudor Bowl (Piano) - Braden Davis - Deloraine
Rose Bowl (Vocal) - Sheena Meggison - Goodlands
Oratorical Cup (Speech Arts) - Sydney Laval - Deloraine

Click on the photo below for a fun look back through the years of all major award winners going right back to the first ever festival in 1981. We started out with one major award, the Rose Bowl, for top performer in the festival. 
In 1990 the major award was renamed the Tudor Bowl as it was realized a Rose Bowl is traditionally awarded in the vocal category. 
In 1992 the vocal Rose Bowl was added as another major award.  The Tudor Bowl would remain a major award for top instrumental performance. 
In 1999 the major award of an Oratorical Cup was added for our ever popular speech arts discipline.

Unfortunately, we are missing some award winners and pictures.  These years are noted - if you are able to provide names and/or pictures the committee would appreciate hearing from you!  We would also like to know of any participants who "placed" in provincials.