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August 7, 2014

BBQ in Stonewall l Call for Submissions l Shannon’s: Patrick & Ms. Crooks and the K-Tones l Save Lake Winnipeg l Mutts at Farmers Markets

August 16, 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Stonewall Veterinary Clinic, 4 Dolomite Avenue, Stonewall
Stonewall Veterinary Clinic will be hosting a client appreciation day! 
BBQ!! Prizes!!
$20.00 Microchip Special 
$10.00 Nail Trims, of which $5.00 will go to Hull's Haven 
Adoptable Dogs from Hull's Haven Border Collie Rescue
Information on Pet Care, volunteering, fostering and adopting with HHBCR 
Donations of $10.00 or more will be entered for a Free Spay or Neuter Draw

August 15 - October 19
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, 611 Main Street

The Edge is seeking submissions for its 50/50 FUNDRAISER on November 2, 2014.
All mediums accepted! 
Submissions will be part of a silent auction - the artist and The Edge share proceeds 50/50!

Help support us so that we can continue to support emerging artists and community members!  For more information, please message Edge Gallery.

Shannon's Irish Pub, 175 Carlton Street

August 20, 10:30 pm
Patrick is happy to announce returning to his hometown of Winnipeg for a show!
August 22
Come help Ms. Crooks and the K-Tones with friends Louisiana Cock Fight tear up the floor!


Katherine Sinclair was shocked to learn that Lake Winnipeg was named the most threatened lake of 2013 by Global Nature Fund. She decided to take action and organized the Lake Winnipeg Water Walk.  The walkers left from Norway House on July 12 on a 1,032 km trek around Lake Winnipeg.  The group stopped in lakeside communities to share their message.
Sinclair says threats to the lake impact all Manitobans: In 10 years the world’s 10th-largest fresh water lake is no longer going to be able to carry life anymore.

We can see this anywhere, at any time, so people should be on the lookout, especially if they are using lake water or other surface water for drinking, and they should always be wary of the algae blooms, said University of Winnipeg professor Eva Pip.  The taps were turned off in Toledo, Ohio for more than 400,000 people over fear of algae blooms.

Boiling algae-affected water doesn't make it safe and chlorine makes it worse.  Manitoba has had excessive levels of green blue algae.  Shoal Lake is monitored carefully but people at cottages should be extra careful.

Manitoba Mutts Dog Rescue will be at Farmers Markets!!
There will be home-made dog treats, bandanas and rope toys that you can purchase.
All the proceeds going towards helping our dogs in care! 
We will also be bringing a few adoptable dogs.

August 21, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Robert A. Steen Community Centre, 980 Palmerston Avenue
August 24, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm 
Petersfield Community Centre, GU31 4 Petersfield

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