Convert List to IENumerable Collection

I am getting an error in the DataProvider.TmpOpps.Load(TmpOppList3) that there is some invalid argument.
The commented out piece of code works //DataProvider.TmpOpps.Load(e.Result.TargetList);
The lines with comments of NEW are ones that I put in trying to get it to work. What I wanted to do is filter the dataset before passing it to the load but am having a difficult time figuring this out. Any help?


 
        void _client_TemporaryOpportunityDeploymentServiceCompleted(object sender, TemporaryOpportunityDeploymentServiceCompletedEventArgs e)
        {
            switch (e.Result.Operation)
            {
                case Operations.CommonGetAll:
                    ObservableCollection<TemporaryOpportunityDeployment> TmpOppList2 = new ObservableCollection<TemporaryOpportunityDeployment>(); //*NEW

                    TmpOppList2 = e.Result.TargetList;  //*NEW
                    var TmpOppList3 = TmpOppList2.Where(x => x.OppEndDate>DateTime.Now);  //*NEW

                    if (e.Result.Succeeded) DataProvider.TmpOpps.Load(TmpOppList3); //DataProvider.TmpOpps.Load(e.Result.TargetList); //*NEW
                    else { _refreshFailed = true; _refreshErrors.Add(e.Result.ErrorMessage); }
                    FinishSetAndCheckCompletion(DataSets.TmpOpps);
                    break;

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mathew_sAuthor Commented:
Had to do something similar to the below code as the version of Silverlight I was using didn't have the overloaded constructor available. This worked.

   public class MyObservableCollection<T> : ObservableCollection<T> 
    {
        public MyObservableCollection(IEnumerable<T> collection)
        {
            foreach (T itm in collection)
            {
                this.Add(itm);
            }
        }

    }

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