March 16, 2013

Halo l Rodrigo Prade: ADENTRO l Boston Terrier & Pug Rescue Reunion l MWR Reading: Dianne Warren and Joan Thomas

March 21 to 24 
Tara Players Theatre Company, 654 Erin Street

Halo by Josh Macdonald presents questions about faith, life and love, with a dose of humour. An image of Jesus appears on the side of a Tim Hortons restaurant in Nately, Nova Scotia, and life for the town residents will never be the same. 
Is it a miracle, an accident or perhaps a hoax? 

Alayna Fender
Sami Desiree
Tiffany Sawatzky
Justin Fry
Tim Nhlazane
Erik Fjeldsted
Shannon Whitehead
Pete Hudson

Directed By Ray Cloutier
Stage Manager Lynne Williams

March 21 & 22 (8 p.m.), March 23 (dinner theatre – doors open 6 p.m.), 
March 24 (matinee – 2 p.m.). 
For tickets, contact Cara Campbell at 204-774-8272 or email.

March 22 to March 28
The Edge Village and Gallery, 611 Main Street

Solo Art Show. New works from Rodrigo Pradel

Opening Reception:  March 22, 7 pm 
Free Admission, Come as you are, Bring whoever you wish!

Boston Terrier & Pug Rescue of Southern Manitoba (BTPRSM)
 4th Anniversary & Reunion
March 24, 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm
Sprockett's Doggy Day Camp, Unit 7- 975 Thomas Ave

Come out to help us celebrate our 4th Anniversary, 
and meet some of the dogs who found their forever homes with us in the past four years.

Refreshments for humans, 50/50 draws and more doggie fun than you can wag a tail at!

We plan on having a photographer available to take photos of all the attending families 
with their furry friends who they have adopted from BTPRSM.

By Manitoba Writers Guild

Winnipeg Free Press News Café, 237 McDermot Avenue
March 25, 7:30 pm
Single Tickets – $10 sold at the door. 
As seating is limited, advance reservations are encouraged by emailing, but not required. 

Dianne Warren is a playwright, and fiction author. She is the two-time winner of both the Western magazine Award for Fiction and the City of Regina Writing Award. Her play Serpent of the Night Sky was short-listed for a Governor General’s Award for Drama in 1992. She was the recipient of the Writer’s Trust Marian Engel Award. 
Her novel Cool Water garnered her the 2010 Governor General’s Award for Fiction.

Joan Thomas is currently Writer-in-Residence at the Winnipeg Public Library, and is the author of two novels, Curiosity and Reading by Lightning

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