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April 27, 2021

Fundraisers & Events to Help Winnipeggers l Art Exhibits l Art Classes: Forum Art Centre & MAWA l J. R. Léveillé Book Launch l ThetaHealing Manifesting & Abundance Workshop l Music l Museums l Nature

Fundraisers & Events to Help Winnipeggers

Winnipeg Humane Society's Paws in Motion
Tel: 1 204 982 2041

Go for a walk on June 26th with your family and furry friends!

Purchase a limited edition participant T-shirt for $25 until April 30 at midnight.
You must be registered to purchase a shirt! All money raised from T-shirt sales will help the WHS care for animals in our community. T-shirt purchases do not qualify for a tax receipt. T-shirts to be picked up at the WHS, 45 Hurst Way, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 0R3.

Fundraising Prizes
Once registered, for every $50 raised you'll be entered to win one of four weekly cash prizes.
JUNE 4 ($250)
JUNE 11 ($250)
JUNE 18 ($500)
JUNE 30 ($1,000)
Prizing is sponsored by Petsecure

May 13, Doors open at 7:30. Show 8:00 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Nashville's Winnipeg, 826 Regent Ave W
Tickets are $10 each. Buy tickets at the door or online

Empower Me Concert - In Support of The Shameless Circle
We have some amazing singers and speakers, in collaboration with Now Country 104.7.
Artist: Quinton Blair, Rhianna Rae Saj and Renée Lamoureux
Speakers: Amy Tung and Chantal Lacoste
Emcee: Morgan James
Special Guest: Rhonda Dagg

West Central Women's Resource Centre
640 Ellice Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0A7

It’s devastating to see the toll this year has had on women in our community:
Women have been laid off from their service-industry jobs and have nowhere to go.
Women in our city are walking around without shoes.
Women don’t have supplies to keep themselves clean and safe.
Women are struggling to access food for themselves and their children.
The need is overwhelming.

We staff the WCWRC Street Outreach Van – the only 7-day-a-week outreach services focused on women in Winnipeg. Every day we meet homeless women who are looking for safety and support, and just a little bit of connection and normalcy. By seeing many of the same women everyday, we can also check in on their wellbeing and connect them with additional services, such as housing supports and counselling.
Will you please help keep the van on the road?

Please donate today

With your gift, you will ensure women have the support and dignity they deserve. Thank you!

Siloam Mission, 300 Princess Street, Winnipeg R3B 1M3

Our Transition Services team has 9 clients who moved into housing on April 1st.
But, we need your help. We’re in need of items for Move-Out Kits to help turn their new living spaces into a home.
These kits include dinnerware, silverware, kitchen utensils, small appliances, and more.
Complete Move-Out Kits or single items from the list are gratefully accepted.
Your support is much appreciated and will make a difference in someone’s life!

A complete list of specific items can be found here:…/2…/03/Move-Out-Kit-Sign-Up-Sheet.pdf

The Assiniboine Valley Railway, Inc., 3001 Roblin Blvd.

The 1/8th scale railway just west of Assiniboine Park, is sad to report that the family of the AVR founder, the late Bill Taylor, has given notice that the AVR has 6 months to vacate the property.

We will likely have to put everything into storage temporarily. We will need a new home, or else will have to dissolve the AVR and sell off our assets.
All public access to the property must cease, so there will be no AVR Season this year.
If we are to continue, we will need at least several acres to rebuild on, with hydro & water, close enough to the city that we & the public have easy access. We cannot see rebuilding without public monetary support.

All of us at the AVR miss Bill since his passing in 2013, and have been honored to continue his dream hobby that has given pleasure to so many people. We want to thank the thousands of people - individuals, families and organizations, and the media - who have supported us and enjoyed riding on our Open House trains in the summer, on our Halloween & Christmas Weekend trains and sharing meals on the Dinner Train Weekends.

For more info about what the AVR has been (and, hopefully, could be again), check out our website:

Len La Rue, President, AVR (204) 832-3448

Art Exhibits

April 30, 12 PM, Duration: 5 hr
Free · Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery

Ełexiìtǫ ; Ehtsʼǫǫ̀ / Connected ; Apart From Each Other
By Casey Koyczan

April 30 - May 29 (by appointment, contact

"Ełexiìtǫ ; Ehts'ǫǫ̀" is an interactive installation that communicates the journey of learning more about one's culture through distance education and research; utilizing and adapting to work with technology and communication tools as viable resources for learning language, tradition, stories, and spiritual beliefs.
Within my art I use every part of the materials harvested. During my early adulthood I've tried to follow the teachings of "Dene Laws”. I try to always return to these teachings as they have helped me to represent myself in a way that is common to Dene people.

Art Classes

Forum Art Centre online art classes 

We have classes for kids, teens, and adults! Some classes are delivered by video for those that like the flexibility of creating their own schedule. Others are a blend of independent work and personal interaction with your instructor. 
We also have classes that meet weekly by video chat to provide one on one mentoring.

We are putting our support and energy into our online programming and building a fabulous line up of in-person classes for the Spring Session (April) when our safe, comfortable classrooms will be waiting and ready for our artists’ return. 
Want to schedule a class for you and a couple of your friends? We can arrange that too! 
Email Programming Director, Shawna, and she can guide you into the right online class for your needs

May 5, 6:30 – 8 PM

ART JAM: Painting by MAWA Mentoring Artists for Women's Art and Jessica Canard
Any questions in regards to ART JAM can be sent to:

ART JAM is a free online makers group, open to all ages, genders, and skill levels.
When it's time just click the zoom link below to join

Brush basics, paint layering and blending techniques used for background application, then paint a black silhouette image over top to get a stunning finished painting.
- Various brushes: flat, round, fan, sponge, etc.
- Acrylic or gauche paints
- Canvas to work on or heavy weighted paper
- Painters tape (optional)
- Paint pallet or wax paper
- Water container to clean brushes
- Paper towel or news paper to absorb excess water

This is a monthly online space in which to gather and make art. Jessica Canard will share different techniques in the month’s featured medium. You can follow along and try them out or work on your own projects. Then the group will take turns sharing experiences related to that medium, talking about our art practices, and showing each other what we have made or are making. You can create with whatever you want during Art Jam.

Jessica Canard is a multimedia visual artist with a focus on creating murals and making art with people. They are a 2 Spirit Anishinaabe from Sagkeeng First Nation who uses art to explore, reclaim and bridge this part of their heritage with urban living.
More info about MAWA and their programming can be found here:

May 6, 7 PM – 8 PM

Free · Online Event by McNally Robinson Booksellers
Registration is required for the Zoom webinar:

Please join J. R. Léveillé for the virtual launch of his collaborative book written with poet E.D. Blodgett, Ex Nihilo. Hosted by Paul Morris, featuring a reading from Rosmarin Heidenreich.

A bilingual collection of renga poetry by two of Canada’s most celebrated poets in English and in French, each writing in his respective language in response to the other. Léveillé and E.D. Blodgett share an unprecedented dialogue that possesses both paradox and complete clarity of word.

E. D. Blodgett was a poet, literary critic, and translator of more than 20 collections of poetry and the winner of the 1996 Governor General’s Award for his collection Apostrophes: Woman at a Piano. In 1999, Jacques Brault won the Governor-General’s Award for Translation for Transfiguration (1998), a translation of Blodgett’s poetry.
Host Paul Morris is Professor of English and the current director of the master’s programme in Études canadiennes et interculturelles at the Université de Saint-Boniface.

It will be simultaneously streamed on YouTube and available for viewing thereafter:

May 15 & 16, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Register online at or with
Reception at 204-233-8778, or in person at Divine Clarity 2071 Portage Avenue.

ThetaHealing Manifesting & Abundance Workshop
Event by Divine Clarity and Kristel Kernaghan

In ThetaHealing®, the concept of manifesting is the Belief that it is possible to create something into the physical using the connection to the Creator of All That Is. Every statement, thought and action is reflected by what we are manifesting in our lives. If you constantly say that you are poor, you will be. It is of the utmost importance to stay on a positive mind set. But you must first decide what it is you want in your life.

This class will assist students in creating on a variety of ways in their life, as well as enable them to assist their clients in manifesting and abundance.

Prerequisite: Basic & Advanced DNA from a certified ThetaHealing™ teacher. Includes: Manifesting and Abundance Manual and Manifesting from the 7th Plane Meditation CD.
Investment: $500 plus GST (at start of class) or $550 plus GST (Installment plan). A non-refundable deposit of $100 is required at time of registration, the balance due at the start of the workshop. Students may retake workshop for $200 plus GST. Spiritual Centre & Metaphysical Shoppe offering large variety of services, workshops and products for body, mind & spirit.


The Park Theatre

May 15, 9 PM – 12 AM

Ninjacat Productions and The Park Theatre present
The Punkrock legend from DYS / ALL / DAG NASTY / DOWN BY LAW
Dave Smalley and The Bandoleros and guests tba.

May 21, Doors 7:00 pm / Show 8 PM – 10 PM
Tickets · $24.03 (socially distanced limited seating)

With nominations for JUNO Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, and Canadian Folk Music Awards, Del Barber has shaped the folk music canon in Canada with five critically acclaimed studio albums. His new album 'Easy Keeper’, has received critical acclaim from Rolling Stone Magazine and No Depression, and a nomination for a 2020 JUNO award.

May 27, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Tickets online and at The Park Theatre, Wild Planet and Into the Music

Ninjacat Productions and The Park Theatre present

May 27, 6pm doors 7pm show
Club Regent Event Centre
Tickets · $31.50 - $36.75

Queen It's a Kinda Magic
All Ages


May 21, 9:30 AM– 2:30 PM

Visit with the People of Red River
at Seven Oaks House Museum

Please contact us at to confirm your reservation or for more information.
Teachers, This exciting living-history school program is recommended for grades 4-7.
Curriculum-linked activities bring lessons to life, and help make history a reality.
May 21, 9:30 - 2:15     $8.50 per student
Register class or home-school group:

Winnipeg's oldest home, built in 1851 for the Inkster family. Step back to the 19th century, and experience a day in the life of a Metis-Scottish family.

Free Admission to Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum Throughout 2021

The Grey Nuns’ convent, Winnipeg’s oldest building, houses Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum, home to the world’s largest collection of Louis Riel artifacts. Built for the Grey Nuns who arrived in the Red River Colony in 1844, the structure is an outstanding example of Red River frame construction. The Museum presents an impressive collection of artifacts that reveal the lives and culture of the Francophone and Métis communities, including a special exhibit about Louis Riel, the “father” of Manitoba.


Assiniboine Park & Zoo

P: 204 927 6000 | E:


Harry J. Enns Wetland Discovery Centre

Snow Goose Bay, Oak Hammock Marsh, MB R0C 2Z0

We appreciate your patience with the new guidelines and look forward to seeing you!

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Our Gift Shop is now online!