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April 8, 2013

The F-Holes l Steve Brockley Band l Walk for Mother Earth

April 20
West End Cultural Centre: 
The F-Holes “Red Hot” Vinyl Launch w/ Andrew Neville, Jess Reimer & Jay Nowicki

Saturday April 20   Doors 7:15 pm | Show 8:00 pm
Tickets: $15 advance | $20 door

Winnipeg-based Dixieland swingers, The F-Holes, are set to bring a big ol’ party to the WECC, including an opening set backed by some of their favourite local artists, Andrew Neville, Jess Reimer and Jay Nowicki. We expect a party to break-out on the dance floor.

Red Hot includes 10 unique versions of songs from Tom Waits to Nintendo composer 
Koji Kondo.  The fantastic artwork for Red Hot (done by Sheldon Sveinson at the Fire and Water Festival) includes drawings of some of the venues they’ve played.

Tickets available at the West End Cultural Centre, Ticketmaster, 
Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store and Music Trader 

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Steve Brockley Band Live @ The Folk Exchange
April 21  Doors 7:15, show 8:00 PM
  
The Folk Exchange  
Tickets $12 at the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store; $15 at the door
  

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10Th Annual 7th Generation Walk for Mother Earth
April 21, 12:30 pm
Central Park, 400 Cumberland Ave

The walk this year is in support of the 
VOICES OF INDIGENOUS WOMEN and in solidarity with INM.

Speakers at Central Park, 12:30 - 2 pm
Jo Redsky, Diane Maytwayashing and more
Flaming Trolleys Marching Band

Walk leaves Edmonton and Portage at 2:15 pm, heading to the Oodena Circle for a water ceremony and free picnic.  Take to the streets with drums, a cup and plate/banners/placards/songs/kids to honour the women and Mother Earth.

THIS IS A GARBAGE FREE EVENT

Join us for our evening coffee house meet and greet at Thunderbird House, 6 - 9:30 pm
Live music: Ian La Ian Neufeld La Rue and Timothy Joseph Butler confirmed.

The 7th Generation Walk for Mother Earth is an alternative, earth day event, founded by three Indigenous Women - Judy DaSilva, Chickadee Richard and Betty Maud as a way of claiming the day for Indigenous Peoples protecting Mother Earth for future generations.

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