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March 13, 2014

Forum Art Flea Market l St. Patrick’s at SEW l Sandra Chen: Living Landscapes l Lost Heroes l Stand Up to Stigma

March 29, 10 am - 3 pm
Forum Art Centre Flea Market, 120 Eugenie Street 
Free admission 

Anyone can donate, anyone can volunteer, anyone can come!!

We're a registered charity, we want to build our Bursary fund to give away to deserving teens, we want to celebrate our 50th anniversary and we just need a good excuse in Winnipeg to have a Spring flea market kind of day!

Call 204.235.1069 with questions, or to donate or volunteer.
Donations will be accepted on March 27, and sorted on March 28.
On March 29 we will also need sellers and packers for leftovers, which will be donated to another organization.

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March 17
Sewing and Embroidery Warehouse, 15 Keith Rd  email

Customers who wear green will receive 15% off most products at SEW, excluding machines.
Two of our most popular Brother machines are at rock bottom prices.
With a purchase from SEW, receive a ticket to enter the draw for a $20.00 store coupon.
Treat yourself to something sweet by enjoying our shamrock cookies.

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March 21 to April 3
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, 611 Main Street

Living Landscapes by Sandra Chen
Opening reception: March 21, 7 - 10 pm - meet the artist!

Sandra Chen’s mystical landscapes offer a feeling of invitation and habitability while still providing a looming presence of the unknown. Her works explore the human struggle with both intimacy and isolation.

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March 22, 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm
Winnipeg Cinematheque, Main Floor - 100 Arthur Street

Winnipeg's annual documentary film festival Gimme Some Truth! is proud to announce the Winnipeg theatrical premiere of Lost Heroes, introduced by Hope Nicholson, Lost Heroes' producer/researcher and comic book historian.

Directed by Will Pascoe (Orphan Black, Bitten) and produced by Tony Wosk and Kyle Bornais, Lost Heroes documents the history of the Canadian comic book superhero.
From the Golden Age, through the invention of Captain Canuck and Wolverine, to the present day this film asks: Why can't Canada maintain its national superhero?

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March 22, 8:00 pm l Doors will open at 7:00 pm (rush seating)
Pantages Playhouse Theatre, 180 Market Avenue East
Tickets are $20 through Eventbrite - all proceeds going to MDAM.
For any questions or further details, please contact

Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba (MDAM) is holding its Stand Up to Stigma Comedy Night. The show will be filmed as a special edition of the Shaw TV show, The Week Thus Far. Al Rae will be our special guest. Scott Nolan will be our musical act.
We will also have a silent auction during our intermission.

All funds raised will be used to provide education and support to those suffering from postpartum depression and youth suffering from mood disorders. Our key focus is to reduce the stigma towards mood disorders.

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