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March 14, 2014

ACI: Ruth Howard l McNally: St. Patrick’s Dinner l Dorene Meyer, Shamin Brown, Violet Moore & Sam Parmar l Jeffrey John Eyamie l Yanky Fachler l Cyrus Smith l Asier Polo

April 10, 11, 12, 2014 (18 hours of instruction)
ACI Manitoba Inc., 300 - 245 McDermot Avenue

Register by March 28, see more details on the ACI web site

Starting Points: Community Collaborative Arts Master Class with Ruth Howard
Experiment with creative processes stemming from different starting points and map out how a catalyst idea can guide a complex community arts process.

Ruth Howard is Founding Artistic Director, Jumblies Theatre (Toronto), one of Canada’s foremost experts in Community Collaborative Arts, and a leader in the community play form. She has led a series of multi-year residencies resulting in large-scale performances. Ruth has several decades of professional experience as a set and costume designer.

McNally Robinson 
Phone 204-475-0483   (Toll-Free 1-800561-1833)

March 17, 6 pm - 9 pm in Prairie Ink Restaurant

Prairie Ink is offering a unique selection of dishes from Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food from March 1 to 31.
This evening we will be featuring the welcoming celtic sound of The Hammers. With music to lift your spirits, we will have Guinness on special for $4.50 to keep them high.
The restaurant will be open until 11 pm this evening. For our special St. Patrick’s Day menu.

Northern Writers and friends
April 2, 7:00 pm in the Atrium

Eric is the sixth book in the award-winning novel series by Dorene Meyer. 
I’m an Addict in bits and pieces is a self-help guide/memoir written by Shamin Brown during her journey from addiction to crack cocaine. Also included are her poems. 
Charlotte’s Rescue is a novel written by Steinbach author, Violet Moore.
The Birthday Surprise is a children’s book written by Sam Parmar of Norway House.

April 6, 2:00 pm in the Atrium
League of Justified Vengeance: The Oddities, Book Two

The Zombie Princess Apocalypse was a tea party compared to the super-powered mayhem Emm Dillinger and the Oddities must defeat in Sun Gorge, Wisconsin. As the boys with superhero wishes assemble at the San Diego Comic-Con, the Oddities are blown apart. 

A former child star and grunge singer, Jeffrey John Eyamie once worked for the minister of foreign affairs, conducted an interview with Bob Vila while sitting on the john, and gave the commissioner of the National Hockey League a dressing-down on national television.

April 7, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
Gentile Heroines & Heroes: Encouraging the Jews to return to their Ancient Homeland

Fachler features female Christian Zionists, archaeologists, newspaper editors and politicians who helped turn the idea of a “Jewish national home” into reality.

In 2 Lions, 6 Officers and 750 Mules, writer, broadcaster and historian Yanky Fachler focuses on British officers who pushed the Jews of Palestine to adopt a military ethos. In God’s Little Errand Boys, he focuses on Christian clergymen, including Rev William Hull of Winnipeg. 

April 7, 7:30 pm in Prairie Ink Restaurant

Cyrus Smith is a mixed media artist who uses bold colours and guerrilla style and generally works in a large scale, with subject matter referencing art history, the socio-political sphere, Graffiti, advertising, digital networking, and Pop Culture.  Visit the gallery online.

April 7, 7:30 pm in the Travel Alcove
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Pre-Concert Chat - Asier Polo

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