February 24, 2013

Know More about Idle No More l International Women's Day March 2013 l Gurevich: Andrew Beck l Freedom to Read Marathon l Manitoba Mutts: ADOPTION FAIR

Know More about Idle No More, A Teach In
February 26, from 6 - 9 pm, doors closed at 7:30 pm
782 Main Street (South Door)

It is for non-Aboriginal (settler) peoples gathering to learn at teach-in event 
Wheelchair accessible

Speakers include:
-- Chickadee Richard (local Idle No More Organizer)
-- Tasha Hubbard (Member of the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba's Speaker's Bureau and U of M Faculty)
-- Peter Kulchyski, Winnipeg Indigenous People Solidarity Movement, Native Studies Professor at University of Manitoba

International Women's Day March 2013
Friday, March 8, 5:15 pm
The Union Centre, 275 Broadway

We will march from and to The Union Centre for International Women's Day this year. 
The theme is SOLIDARITY so start brain storming about making noise and taking up space with your voices, drums, shakers, bodies, chants, placards, human flotillas, costumes, dance routines to show solidarity!

Come make props/art for the IWD march with Art City 
West Central Women's Resource Centre, 640 Ellice 
February 26 and March 5 from 4 - 6.
More info call (204) 774-8975 or Email

The WCWRC exists to empower women to help themselves, their families and their community to safer, healthier lifestyles. Our home is the diverse West Central neighbourhood of Winnipeg.

Gurevich Fine Art, 200 - 62 Albert St
Opening night: March 1, 7 pm

Under the Same Blue Sky | Andrew Beck
March 1st through 23rd

Scenic designer and accomplished painter and sculptor Andrew Beck has produced his first series of gritty urban paintings.

The MWG and the WPL Present a Freedom to Read Marathon

March 2, 10:00 am until 5:00 pm

Every year the Winnipeg Public Library and the Manitoba Writers’ Guild hold a Freedom to Read Marathon to collectively assert our right to the fundamental freedoms of thought, belief, expression, as well as the freedom of the press and other means of communication. We do so by taking turns reading aloud from works that have been, or continue to be, banned or challenged in our country or elsewhere.

We invite you to take part in our efforts, either by spreading the word, coming out to support us, or signing up to read from the work of your choice. 
A selection of works will be provided.

For information or to sign-up to read, please contact 
the Reader Services department of the Millennium Library (204-986-6779).

Manitoba Mutts Dog Rescue: ADOPTION FAIR
Pets 101, 2573 Portage Ave
March 2, 12:00 pm until 4:00 pm

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