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April 14, 2014

Easter Sunday Service l WEST Handmade & Vintage Sale l BTPRSM Spring Party l (official denial) Trade Value In Progress

April 20
St. Philip's Anglican Church, 240 Tache Ave  
(204) 237-3650

Service at 11, followed by lunch
provided by members of our Pakistani community. 

tickets: $10 adults, $5 children

April 27, 11:00 am until 4:00 pm
Holy Cross Gymnasium Hall, 290 Dubuc Street
FREE Parking & FREE Admission & Play tents!

The Winnipeg Etsy Street Team announces their fifth Handmade and Vintage Sale! 
Look forward to a wide array of vintage vendors selling everything, including:
Jewelry, Pottery
Crocheted, hand embroidered & knit goods 
Paper products, original artwork & cards
Men's accessories, Baby clothing & accessories
Craft supplies (new & vintage)
Silk screened and sewn goods
Housewares, Handmade soaps & cosmetics
Eco-friendly/green, vegan, recycled, upcycled, and reclaimed pieces

April 27, 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm      Meet Up Link
Sprockett's Doggy Day Camp, Unit 7-975 Thomas Avenue
$5/family and all socialized dogs are welcome. 

Come to our Spring Party & Playgroup and have some fun with your furry friend!
There will be some nibbles for the humans and for the furry friends! 
Tons of doggy fun for the pooches, a 50/50 draw and much more!
All proceeds support the Boston Terrier & Pug Rescue of Southern Manitoba. 

April 27, 12:00 pm until 4:00 pm    
Neechi Niche, 865 Main St

A SEWING ACTION AND ARTIST TALK e mail: Leah Decter and Jaimie L. Isaac   

In June, 2008, Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued an official “Statement of Apology to former students of Indian Residential Schools.” 
In September, 2009 at the G20 Summit in Pittsburg he stated publicly in reference to Canada that, “we also have no history of Colonialism”. 

(official denial) trade value in progress appropriates the latter statement as a springboard for critical exchange. A composite of Hudson Bay Blankets with this statement machine-sewn at its centre acts as a platform for dialogue about contemporary conditions. 
The project invites all Canadians to respond to Harper’s G20 statement. 

In Sewing Actions participants hand-sew collected responses onto the blanket.

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