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June 7, 2014

June at Oak Hammock Marsh l Remaking the Real l "Big’Uns" by Dayna Danger l Perennial Plant Sale l Sonia Eidse l Hull's Haven and Selkirk GM l BIKE WEEK and MEC’s BikeFest

The Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre is located 20 minutes north of Winnipeg. 
For more information call 467-3300 or email  Jacques Bourgeois

June 7 and 21
Join an experienced guide1 as we take visitors on an exclusive tour of the Wildlife Management Area in the Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre van.
This special tour is only $10 plus admission. 
June 15 
Father's Day Annual Waterbug Derby

Participate in our Annual Waterbug Derby from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bring dad to the Café for a special lunch from noon to 2 p.m.

Explore the marsh with Allan Webb and his horse-drawn wagon from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. 
$5 for non-members and $3 for members 
June 21 
National Aboriginal Day

Participate in Aboriginal games, learn the importance of many marsh plants and cook your very own bannock. Taste and learn how to grow and make wild tea and create a three dimensional model of a canoe, inuksuk, or Red River Cart to take home.
June 22, 6:45 a.m. until noon
Summer Bird Census

Teams of volunteers, consisting of one expert and some novices, walk a section of the dike system, recording everything seen and heard. 
After the morning walk, a lunch will be served and prizes awarded.
Call us at 467-3300 to register before June 19. 

June 12, 8:00 pm - 12 pm
La Maison des artistes visuels, 219 boul. Provencher

Launch Party - Remaking the Real: Issue 130 features Tom Sachs, June Leaf, Vera Frenkel, Rob Hornstra, David McMillan, Vincent Trasov, Stan Denniston, and Eldon Garnet. The issue also features a review section, great interviews with the delightful detailing of Tom Sachs and beautiful images from June Leaf's repertoire. 

Tony Neu will be serenading with his dj set.  
Delicious beer from Half Pints and treats from cake-ology will be served. 

June 13 - July 19
Urban Shaman Gallery, 203-290 McDermot Avenue

Opening Reception June 13, 2014, 8 pm; Artist Talk at 9 pm 

"Big’Uns" byDayna Danger

Women identified, trans, trans* and non-binary individuals often lack power over their own sexuality through misrepresentation, objectification, and violence in various types of media, from fashion magazines, to music videos, mainstream porn, and even hunting magazines.

Big’Uns is a photographic portrait series that explores the reclaiming of sexuality and our bodies. 

Sport hunting uses a language that is violent and oppressive.  An example of this is the common term “Big’uns” to refer to an animal’s antlers. Even though antlers come from a male animal, they are fetishized as being female breasts. These photographs are an act of reclaiming power over our own sexualities.

Dayna Danger is an emerging Métis/Polish/Ojibway artist. From August 2010 to 2011 she was an Aboriginal studio work-study in The Banff Centre. In the winter of 2012 she was part of “Trading Post,” an Aboriginal residency at The Banff Centre. In 2011 her work was displayed at the New Mexico Museum of Art for Santa Fe’s Indian Market.

June 14, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Craig Street Cats, 489 Madison St.

Spiff up your garden with some wonderful perennials, and help out the cats!
Are you dividing your plantings and wondering what to do with the cuttings?
We will gladly accept your healthy perennials for the sale.
They may be dropped off at 489 Madison St. on June 12 and 13.
Round 2 Craig Street Cats' Perennial Plant Sale
June 21, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

We have so many amazing plants left from our incredibly successful Round 1, we decided to do it again! Day lilies, canna lilies, lily of the valley, irises, herbs, flowering shrubs, hostas, daisies, tall plants, short plants, and everything in between!
If the weather is good, we'll even get the barbecue going!!

June 14, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Sam's Place, 159 Henderson Hwy
$5 cover charge, proceeds go towards the good works of Mennonite Central Committee
Come watch Sonia Eidse perform a few sets of original songs and her favourite covers!

June 21, 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Selkirk GM, 1010 Manitoba Avenue, Selkirk, Manitoba

Hull's Haven Border Collie Rescue / Selkirk GM special events

Check out the schedule for the Bike Week Events   starting June 14

June 22, 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
In the Forks Market Plaza, under the canopy

MEC’s BikeFest Annual Event
All events are free!
For more information or to bring gear to the gearswap, please email

All day long there will be draws and prizes
You can try out gear, test ride a new bike, browse exhibitors’ booths, score deals at the MEC Marketplace and Gearswap, or learn skills at a bike clinic.
You can also test ride and try out the newest models from MEC, Ghost and Ridley.
There’ll also be live music, provided by the Park Theatre, group rides, performers, entertainment, and kids’ activities.

Gear Swap: buy, sell or trade used bikes, cycling clothes or bike accessories.
Get your bike in tip top shape with a free basic tune-up (first come, first served).
Take advantage of the stands and tools available and fix your own bike with the assistance of professional bike mechanics.
The bike fitting clinic will ensure your bike fits you perfectly.
Art City will provide decorating stations for kids and also the young at heart.
Get your picture taken with your bike, and be entered to win great prizes.
Fat Levels will be on hand to demonstrate thrilling trials by local riders.

Bring your mountain bike and take part in the afternoon group rides:
Whittier Park (15-20km) and City Cruise (15-20km).

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