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May 14, 2013

Craig Street Cats' Kitten Baby Shower l Lobby Hero l Night for the Congo l Draw the line - Skate4Cancer

Craig Street Cats, 489 Madison St.
May 24: 5 to 8 pm 
May 25 & 26: 1 to 5 pm

Wow, it's been a whole year since we opened our adoption centre! 
Please help us celebrate with a 3 day birthday party. 
On day 3 we will be having a baby shower for all of the kittens we will rescue this year.

The barbeque will be going all weekend, and we'll be serving birthday cake and beverages. 
There will be amazing silent auction baskets, and too much cute to handle.

Baby Shower Gift Requests:
Kitten Formula (KMR, Nutrience, etc.)
Canned Kitten Food (Performatrin, Wellness, etc.)
Dry Kitten Food (Royal Canin, Wellness, Nutram, etc.)
Kitchen Scales (digital up to 10 lb)
Feeding syringes (10 & 20 ml)
Corn Syrup
Pedialite (unflavored)
Polysporin eye ointment
Disposable gloves
L-lysine powder
Digital rectal thermometers 
Extra-large cardboard boxes
Medium and small litter pans
Fleece blankets
2 oz squirt bottles (
Old style heating pads (the kind that don't shut off after a couple of hours)

The Forest Nickerson Theatre (Manitoba Center for the Deaf), 285 Pembina Highway
Call (204) 452-4791 for reservations.
May 22, 23 24 - 8 pm
May 25 - 2 pm AND 8 pm
May 26 - 2 pm 

Lobby Hero, by Kenneth Lonergan, tells the story of Jeff, a luckless young security guard trying to get his life together after being thrown out of the navy. Jeff is drawn into a local murder investigation involving his supervisor, and a rookie policewoman who is in over her head with her hero-cop partner.
It was nominated for the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Play.

Directed by George Toles
Justin Fry - Bill
Stephanie Moroz - Dawn
Ray Strachan - William
Thomas Toles - Jeff

The West End Cultural Center
May 25 - Doors at 6:15 pm | Show at 7:00 pm
Tickets: $15
At Into the Music, The West End Cultural Center, and The Seven Oaks Met School

All money raised will go to Doctors without Borders who are currently operating hospitals in the Congo.

Sons of York combine the soulful grit of The Black Keys, Everly Brothers harmonies, Springsteen-like honesty and the brit brashness of The Who. Their EP "NYC Demos" is available on iTunes.

Renée Lamoureux has released five albums with her band Keith and Renée and recently completed her debut album, I Fall For You.

Anne-Marie Williot writes original songs in French and English while wielding a guitar, accordion, or flute.

The crisis in the Congo has already taken an estimated six million lives. As Canadians, we play an integral role in fueling this conflict as 75% of the world’s mining companies are registered in Canada.  By raising awareness for this issue, we hope to bring to light this human catastrophe and see change at a federal government level. Please come out and support this worthy cause.

Draw the line - Skate4Cancer Art Fundraiser
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, 611 Main Street
May 30, 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm
No cover

There'll be tons of great pieces by Blair Kroeker, Shouresh Jalili and many other local artists.  We'll also have a table set up with S4C merchandise.
All proceeds go directly to skate4cancer!

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