Happy Holidays, everyone.
Wishing you all the blessings of the season:
a Christmas filled with all you hold dear
and a New Year filled with all the best!
Thank you for visiting ~
hope to see you again in 2022!
The Good Will - Social Club, 625 Portage Ave
January 5, 6:30 PM
New Music Night is all about highlighting new local music on the first Wednesday of each month.
7:00PM Jace Bodner
7:40PM French Class
8:20PM Freddy and the Fire Nation
18+ with ID / Proof of vaccination required / Masks required when not seated
Apply now at www.manitobamusic.com/newmusicnight
Jace Bodner, a 19 year old singer/songwriter/guitar player/bass player, is the frontman of the hottest band out there, THE MOTHERFUNK.
French Class is an electronic dance/pop project from Megumi Kimata.
Harmonizing different backgrounds such as jazz, classical, gospel, and audio production, Freddy and the Fire Nation seeks to bring people closer together.
January 13, Doors at 8:00 / Show at 9:00
18+ / $10 in advance at www.reallovewpg.com
Real Love Thursday: our bi-weekly Thursday series at The Good Will
Polyglots (ft. members of Conduct & Spooky Eyes) ~ Viewing Party ~ Zoo Pit
Little Brown Jug on special!
January 8, 8 PM – 1 AM
The Royal Albert Arms, 48 Albert Street R3B 1E7
$10 Advance at showpass.com / $15 At Door
18+ / Proof of Vax Required
The first Wobble of 2022 is doing it up big with our friends at Mi Casa Live in celebration of our good buddy Jim Stiff aka GRAYSCAYLE's wobbly day of life. We are also bringing in Shambhala Music Festival Village Stage Headliner Crystal Fresh.
We will also be treated to two very special sets from our bday boy!
January 8, 8 PM – 1 AM
The Pyramid Cabaret, 176 Fort Street
Dead Levee’s aggressive attitude-driven style harks back to the high energy outlaw rock 'n roll of the late 60's to mid-80s.
The exciting power pop punk trio, The 12/21, consists of three talented brothers: Roman Maceda (vox/guitars), and twins Rico Maceda (bass/vox) and Roque Maceda (drums).
The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne St
COVID-19 protocols for concert attendees: https://myparktheatre.com/faq/
January 9, Doors 8 pm | Music 9 pm
Tickets · $10 via Eventbrite / $15 at the doors
Enveiled, Phantom Killing, Wilt, inhumed
January 9, 6 PM – 11:30 PM
Wilt, Inhumed, Enveiled and Phantom Killing
January 13, Doors: 7:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM – 11 PM
On her third album U kin B the Sun, Vancouver-based singer/songwriter Frazey Ford inhabits an entire world of shapeshifting rhythm, elevating every beat and groove with the subtle magnetism of her mesmerizing voice.
January 14, Doors: 8:00 PM / Show:9 PM – 12 AM
Tickets · $15 via Eventbrite
Chain Link with special guests Max Winds
You Can Perform Comedy, Sing & Play Games
January 7, 8:30 PM – 10:30 PM
Comedy at Wee Johnny’s, 177 McDermot Ave.
First Friday of every month is Women's Open Mic Comedy!
FREE COVER, $5 DRINK SPECIALS, GREAT FOOD SPECIALS!
Comedians, show up by 8:00 at the latest, talk to Dana Smith to sign up.
Comedians who are hiring babysitters in order to perform please contact host, Dana Smith
We will be taking donations of hygiene products to donate to women's shelters!
January 7, 9 PM – 1 AM
Bulldog Pizza, 1364 Main St, Winnipeg, MB R2W 3T8, Canada
Join us every Friday night for cover free Karaoke with the incredible Loretta Johnston!
Proof of double vaccination required. cover free
January 11, 7 PM
Across The Board Game Café, Unit 105, 211 Bannatyne Ave.
Tickets $15/person includes access to our board game library after the event.
Trivia night is back at Across The Board!
Bring a team of up to 4 people and test your knowledge in 5 rounds of general trivia.
Prizes will be awarded and fun will be had!
Across the Board is a licensed restaurant, so food and drink options are available.
Across the Board Cafe follows provincial COVID-19 guidelines.
On Line Events
January 7, 12 PM
MAWA Mentoring Artists for Women's Art, 611 Main St
Zoom link will be posted on mawa.ca on January 5) or come to MAWA.
Please bring your proof of vaccination and wear a mask to attend in person.
Ecosystems of Inheritance by Lindsey Bond - First Friday Lecture
Bond will share her graduate “research as creation” projects, which explore unsettling her family archive to sew a more conscious legacy for the future generation.
Live ASL interpretation will be provided. Auto-captions on Zoom.
The lecture will also be recorded and posted by the end of January.
January 9, 6 PM – 7 PM
Online Event by Sport Manitoba
Embracing Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
The fourth free session of the Bison Transport Sport LeadHERship Series will break down stereotypes and critically discuss the impacts and effects of systemic discrimination and social exclusion.
Coming to Canada from Ethiopia in 2015, Betty Kassa uses her experience to teach kids fundamentals. Betty is the Program Soccer Coach at Winnipeg Newcomer Sport Academy, an organization that aims to give low-income, refugee, and newcomer youth multi-sport programming to help them integrate into their new communities.
Lily Rich, at age 16, advocates on behalf of people with disabilities in sport and was selected to sit on Manitoba’s Student Advisory Council for the 2021-22 academic year.
Anastasia Bucsis is an analyst, host, and commentator at CBC. A two-time Olympic speed skater and member of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, Anastasia uses her platform and podcast, Player’s Own Voice, to champion issues around mental health, remove homophobia in sport, and tell the stories of Canada’s high-performance athletes.
January 30, 2:30 PM – 3:45 PM
Free via Eventbrite / Event by World Virtual Tours
The last day of Pompei
Can one of the most catastrophic events of the ancient world become the most incredible archaeological adventure ever?
Live stream event from Rome, with SIMONE L., licensed tour guide of Rome and the Vatican City, Archeologist, Egyptologist with 15+ years of experience
-Contents suitable for children
When Mount Vesuvius literally exploded in 79 AD , the ancient city of Pompei was cancelled from the face of the Earth. 1700 years later the archaeologists brought back Pompei to life. No ancient city has ever been found in such a wonderful state of preservation.
We'll follow Pompei's citizens for the last few hours of life. We'll shed light on their dreams and fears, their daily challenges and loves. A journey through political corruption, trades, slavery, gladiators fights, graphitti, incredible wealth and absolute poverty.
Attendance is FREE, but TIPS are appreciated
Would you like to discover your family history?
Manitoba Genealogical Society can help you get started. We are offering a ‘Beginning Genealogy Workshop’ series starting February 2 at 7 pm.
You can attend these three workshops (Beginning Genealogy, Finding Your Genealogy Information, and DNA Testing in Genealogy Research) via Zoom.
There are a limited number of in person spots. To register and for all details please visit:
January 14: Noon - 9 pm
January 15: 10 am - 9 pm
January 16: 10 am - 6 pm
RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg, 375 York
The Winnipeg Renovation Show
Children 12 & Under FREE
For more information: https://winnipegrenovationshow.com
January 20, Doors at 7 pm. Movie at 8 pm.
The Park Theatre
$15 Tickets at myparktheatre.com and Eventbrite.ca
Every admission includes a specially brewed 16oz pour from Sookram’s Brewing.
We’re partnering with the Sookram’s for our monthly Movie Night in 2022 and they’re helping curate the movie list for the whole year!
We will have a specially brewed Sookram’s beer named after the movie you’re going to see.
Hard Core Logo: Bruce Macdonald follows punk bank Hard Core Logo on a harrowing last-gasp reunion tour throughout Western Canada. A truly classic independent piece of Canadian Cinema directed by Bruce MacDonald and starring Hugh Dillon and Callum Keith Rennie.
Family Nature Events
Assiniboine Park & Zoo P: 204 927 6000 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org://www.assiniboinepark.ca/events
100 TREES FOR 100 YEARS
We have set an ambitious fundraising goal of raising $10,000 to support the planting of 100 trees in the Park next spring.