Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Siglarr is Winnipeg's Hottest New Product For Troublesome Skin

started making Siglarr in 2006 when our four kids joined the University swim team. Although they were training in 
a saline pool, they competed in a very chlorinated pool creating various skin problems such as eczema on the face from the water getting trapped around the goggle area. After trying many different creams I started using coconut and olive oil and had very favourable results. With a combination of the four ingredients used in Siglarr today I was able not only to manage their skin problems but clear it up completely.  We now use this cream as our everyday moisturizer it works really well as an eye make-up remover. I have introduced two new products in the same organic base, Siglarr with organic rose hip oil and Siglarr Glacier ( a vapour/muscle rub).  With the same results! 

Please go to my web page for further description of the products and locations:

MetzgerStudios' Abstract Artist & Chartered Accountant :)

"My name is Nicole Metzger and all my artwork is under the name MetzgerStudios.

I grew up in the tiny town of Maryfield Saskatchewan, Canada and moved to Brandon Manitoba, Canada when I was eighteen. The purpose of the move was to go to university to take a business degree.

Although I am now finished my degree in something completely different from the arts I have ALWAYS been driven by creativity and artwork. I have had a passion for painting for many years now! I believe in doing the things I love and what makes me happy even though my life has taken a different path from this.  I am now 26 years old and a full time CA and also an artist!

Most of my artwork is modern/abstract style with lots of texture and dimension."

Phone: 204-730-0282
Instagram: nicolemetzger018

Thursday, August 8, 2013

First Annual Fibre Festival 2013

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
St. Norbert Community Centre, 3450 Pembina Highway, St Norbert, Manitoba, Canada

"We have a great community in this province of fibre producers, spinners, knitters, weavers, and felters, not to mention the sheep, alpacas, llamas and more. Our goal is to strengthen these connections while drawing ever more people into the wonderful world of fibre. What better reason for a festival!

Admission is free to the festival market, demonstrations, and spinning circles."

Winnipeg Makers Market Is Still Going Strong Every First Friday

West Kildonan Community Farmer's Market Is On Until August 24, 2013