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July 30, 2013

100 Masters Drop-in Tours l Islendingadagurinn l House of David Gang and RasTamils l Forks Outdoor Market l Ghostbusters l Louie's Family Fun Days

Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard
Aug 3 and Aug 4, 2013

100 Masters: Only in Canada include Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Renoir, 
Monet, Picasso, Warhol, and so many more. 
Join one of our Gallery guides for an informative and enlightening tour. 
The tour is included in the cost of exhibition admission.

Contact Email or Phone: 204-786-6641

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August 2 to 5
Festival time in Gimli!

This weekend it's the Icelandic Festival - Islendingadagurinn! 


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August 3, 9:00 pm until 2:00 am
Times Change(d) High And Lonesome Club - Pollo Volonte, 234 Main St.
Doors open 9 PM l 15 @ door

The House of David Gang is a Toronto-based reggae collective that delivers late 70s and early 80s style Jamaican reggae classics . The band is fronted by reggae veteran King Selah; its members have included members of Resinators, Irie Band, Explorer Band, Revelation, Selassie I Power and many others.

For the past 15 years King Selah and the House of David Gang have hosted the Toronto Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer Tributes which have helped bring light to Toronto's burgeoning roots rock reggae scene.

With special guest RasTamils.

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Aug 4, 11 pm - 4 pm
The Forks, 1 Forks Market Road

Support local food producers, crafters and artisans. 
Fresh Manitoba produce, handmade soaps and handbags! 

Interested in becoming a vendor?
Contact Email or Phone 204-942-8898

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August 6, 7:00 pm
Movies on Memorial - Ghostbusters
By Downtown Winnipeg BIZ

Watch a movie under the stars on a giant screen
in Memorial Park, 470 York Ave. (at Memorial Blvd.)

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Louie's Family Fun Days through to August 29
Close to corner of Pembina Hwy & Stafford and public transportation. 

Monday to Thursday, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Special group bookings available.
Free admission and Free parking.

Discover how to stay safe around electricity with games and activities. 
Learn about Manitoba's electrical history. 
Challenge your safety knowledge with games, safety displays and movies - and win prizes!
Phone: 204-360-7905

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