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August 3, 2014

Scott A. Ford l Harvest Sun Music Festival l Jelly B & The K-Mart Shoppers l Racking Them Up l Adoption Fair & BBQ l Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival l HARSH TOKES l Cam'ron l memory awareness expectation l Shine On Festival

August 14 - 20
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, 611 Main Street

Two Dimensional: New Illustrative Works by Scott A. Ford
August 15, 7:00 pm  Opening Night with smaller prints for sale.
There will also be appetizers and a cash bar.
All displayed works will be for sale over the course of the exhibition.

August 15 to 17
Kelwood, MB, in Riding Mountain National Park

The Harvest Sun Music Festival is a grass roots prairie music festival dedicated to showcasing Canadian musicians, and to supporting the agricultural community.  The festival is geared towards families and provides entertainment, activities and workshops.
Passes are available for days or the weekend; there will be tent and RV camping spots.
There will be a farmers market and food vendors, including Cornell Creme!

August 15, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Bell Tower Community Café, 745 Westminster Ave.

Jelly B and The K-Mart Shoppers
Free BBQ! Free live music. Free food hampers.
Let's celebrate summer by making good things together and taking care of each other.

August 16, 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Crazy 8 Billiards & Lounge, 42-820 Berry St.

Racking Them Up for the Scruffs
All you can play pool, then enjoy a pizza dinner for just $15.
Play Bingo pool, enter win great prizes.
Proceeds going to Earthdog Terrier Rescue of Manitoba.
If you would like to purchase a support ticket for $5.00 please email.

Aug 16, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Rona, 1333 Sargent Avenue

Adoption Fair &BBQ
Donations raised through Rona’s July popcorn sales were given to Manitoba Mutts.
We're showing our appreciation by hosting an adoption fair and BBQ, and will have adoptable dogs, merchandise, and a bake sale (both human and dog treats)!

August 16 and 17
Shaw Park, Portage Avenue East

CJOB is proud to present the 2014 BBQ and Blues Festival! 
Early Bird Weekend Passes: $39.50 - Day Passes: $34 

Union Sound Hall, 110 Market Avenue

August 16, 10:00 pm
Union Sound Hall and The Urban Bakery present: HARSH TOKES
Featuring Calgary's #1party rocker: DJ PUMP!!
with guests: DJ Zuki & DJ Hipnotic (Official Birthday Jam!)
and very special guest: STONED ALF

Hip Hop // RnBae // Trap // Reggae // Throwbacks
August 20, 10:00 pm
$35 Tickets available at TUB / THE URBAN BAKERY, MUSIC TRADER

Union Sound Hall is proud to present:
Cam'ron   "The First of the Month Tour"
w/ Grippin Grain DJs  (Co-op, Footwerk, Lonnie Ce) 

Cam'ron is a rapper and actor from Harlem, New York. 
He is the de facto leader of East Coast hip hop groups The Diplomats, and The U.N.

Platform Gallery, 121-100 Arthur St.
Contact Andy Rudolph at 949-9134 ext. 1
Exhibition to August 23

Video Pool Media Arts Centre presents an exhibition of works created via the New Artist in Media Arts and Media Production Fund.  Featuring new works by:
Shawn Jordan 
Jaimie Isaac
Ryan Amadore 
Kevin Tabachnik 
Marianne Jonasson 
Elvira Finnigan

memory awareness expectation showcases new works which address the passage of time. Experiential re-creations, themes of loss, remembrance and anticipation for a future that draws ever nearer are discussed via video, sound and sculpture.

August 21 - August 24
Beavercreek Park, Kerry, Manitoba
Tickets at Music Trader, 97 Osborne. $40 for camping and a festival pass.

Blue Grass Brunch 2014, 10 am - 2 pm
Unitarian Universalist Church, 603 Wellington Cres.
$20 tickets l $5 for children under 12

Among the acts performing at this year's 10th Anniversary 
Bud Gordon and the God Awful Gospel
Holly Ruth and the Bindle Band(its)
Keiran West and His Buffalo Band
Somebody Language
The Unbelievable Bargains
Rise ‘n Shine host Kevin Roy and The Neighbourhood Watch

We’re opening the gates Thursday evening for our first ever Jam Night.  This is an unserviced festival. Please bring plenty of water, food, and adequate gear for the weekend. The weather can become inclement at a moment’s notice. 

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