Project and donor contributed description follows: "Filmed by Kate and Stan’s dad, George, in 1963. George staged this shot of Stan is in his Virden Band uniform marching with his alto horn in his bedroom before going downstairs into the world. Four years later the Virden Band would go on to play at Expo ’67 in Montreal."
Project and donor contributed description follows: "On January 24th, 1963, Kate’s mother, Clara Chan, prepares for Chinese New Year the night before, setting the table and filling red envelopes with money her kids. Cut to the next day where Stan, Joyce, Linda and Kate, are coming downstairs to receive their red envelopes. Everyone sings around the piano as Joyce plays. Upon further observation Kate’s friend notices that they are singing 'Away in a Manger'. Clara is a Russian refugee who came to Canada after the war in 1950. Fortunately for Clara the Manitoba law that prohibited white woman from working in Chinese restaurants was repealed in 1948. Her parents met in the Virden Café in 1950."