February 8, 2014

Valentine’s Day Dinner l Dr. Robert Bray l Suzanne Rivard l Cluster: New Music Festival l Larissa Peck l Sam McKegney: Masculindians

February 14, in Prairie Ink Restaurant

Enjoy a special five-course, all-inclusive romantic dinner for two, featuring live music from Kevin Curtis on piano. The first sitting is at 4:00 pm, with a second sitting at 7:00 pm. 
The cost is $55.00 per person, or $100.00 per couple. 
To make reservations, please call Prairie Ink Restaurant at 204.975.2659.

February 21, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
Tennessee Williams Presentation

In conjunction with the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre’s production of The Glass Menagerie, join us for an engaging look at the life and times of Tennessee Williams and a discussion on the importance of his work. Dr. Robert Bray teaches courses in modern American literature, modern drama, and Tennessee Williams. 

March 2, 2:00 pm in the Atrium
Things I Wish My Mother Taught Me: 15 Strategies to Uncover Your Happiness

Suzanne Rivard is an integrative wellness coach, empowering her clients to lead a more fulfilled, balanced, and meaningful life.

March 4, 7:30 pm in the Travel Alcove
Composer Panel Discussion, hosted by Winnipeg composer Gordon Fitzell 

Cluster: New Music + Integrated Arts Festival (March 1-9) is pleased to present an illuminating Composer Panel. Guest composers Martin Arnold, Adam Basanta, James O’Callaghan and Jason Sharp will discuss their work, collaborative performance, and new music, among other topics.

March 5, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
Decaf Coffee Dates: Stories and Insights from Winnipeg Seniors

It’s about being hip. And hip replacements. Ten fascinating stories from Winnipeg seniors ranging in age from 70 to 100. Larissa Peck enjoys laughter, songs, sun, proper grammar and caffeine. You can follow her on Twitter @tickledpeck.

March 6, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
Masculindians: Conversations About Indigenous Manhood 

Sam McKegney is the author of Magic Weapons: Aboriginal Writers Remaking Community After Residential School

Warren Cariou’s latest book is Manitowapow: Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water, co-edited with Niigaanwewidom James Sinclair. 

Duncan Mercredi’s work has been featured in three anthologies of native writing and in periodicals such as Prairie Fire and CV2

Niigaanwewidom James Sinclair is co-editor of The Winter We Danced: Voices of the Past, the Future, and the Idle No More Movement

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