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February 28, 2014

The Winnipeg Model Railroad Club's Annual Spring Show 2014 / Fundraiser for St. Amant l Tim Schouten: Spirit Lake Project l Cinematheque: Anita Hill and Mark Cousins l Ceramic Sculpture Workshop

The Winnipeg Model Railroad Club is hosting their  
Annual Open House / Model & Photo Contest Display at  
Westworth United Church, 1750 Grosvenor Avenue at Lanark, on  
Saturday, March 15 - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm 
Sunday, March 16 - 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

The show is wheelchair accessible.
Please use the front entrance to the church. There is a ramp.
The church has an elevator that will take you down to the basement to the show.

Admission by donation
Proceeds to support St. Amant Centre
Snacks and drinks available

There will be operating layouts, including 
The NMRA's #1 Northern Division's Free - mo HO modular group
and…

The Man with the Giraffe Cars will be there for the kids!!!!

Kids, have your parent take your picture with the Man with the Giraffe Cars!
He'll also let you unload the operating cars!

Parents, have a seat and enjoy the continuous slide show of great train pics!

Along with demonstrations, the entries and winners in 
their model and photography contests will be on display.

Meet Morgan Turney, publisher of the Canadian Railway Modeller Magazine!
The library will be selling magazines at a quarter each!!
They will also be selling train books!!!

  
Each year the WMRC holds its Annual Models and Photography Contests.  
All model entries are showcased at the club's Annual Open House.  
Experienced modellers judge a variety of model categories using 
guidelines set out by the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA).
  
A photography contest, judged by professional photographers, is also held.
The winning photos will be displayed at the Open House.

Questions about the Model Contest / Photo Contest entry forms and rules? 
e mail Morgan Turney or call 668-0168 

Learn more about The WMRC through its blog, published by Paul Ullrich.

St. Amant is a comprehensive resource for Manitobans with developmental disabilities, and autism.  We are a not-for-profit organization that offers a wide range of programs and services to support individuals and their families.

St. Amant programs include a large residence for complex-care, more than 50 community sites and homes, the St. Amant Research Centre, the St. Amant  School and River Road Child Care, a community child-care centre. 
We offer effective programs for children with autism and also for families who care for an individual with a developmental disability at home.
We strive to enhance the quality of life and self-determination for the thousands of individuals and families we serve each year.  We believe research is essential to developing environments that emphasize dignity and respect for each person.

St. Amant, 440 River Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2M 3Z9
Tel: (204) 256-4301 Fax: (204) 257-4349  or email

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March 7 to March 31
Gurevich Fine Art, 200 - 62 Albert St

March 7, 7:00 pm Opening: Tim Schouten's Spirit Lake Project
The Spirit Lake Project reflects the ongoing conversation between six artists who created artwork on or about the Spirit Lake Sioux Reservation in North Dakota.

These paintings take photographs that Tim Schouten has taken at the reservation as their starting points. They are painted with "encaustic", a hot wax medium in which a blend of waxes and resin is mixed with pigments and applied to a ground. The wax dries almost instantly and is translucent.

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Cinematheque, 100 Artspace Building (Elevator) Corner of Arthur & Bannatyne-main fl.
$9 General, $8 Students and Seniors, $6 Cinematheque and Wpg. Film Group members

March 7: 7:00 pm Anita: Speaking Truth to Power
Directed by Academy-Award-winning director Freida Mock, the film tells the inspiring story of Anita Hill, the African-American woman who charged Supreme-Court nominee Clarence Thomas with sexual harassment in the 1991 Senate hearings.

March 7: 9:00 pm  A Story of Children and Film by Mark Cousins
From classic movies like E.T., Night of the Hunter and The Red Balloon, the world’s first movie about kids in cinema is a poetic portrait of childhood, as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries.

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March 9, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, 611 Main Street
Cost: $55 (all supplies + firing costs included)

Learn how to turn your sketches and illustrations in detailed ceramic sculptures!

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, March 7, 10 pm
For more info or to register call 204.260.0756 or email.

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