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September 29, 2014

NMRA of Canada’s Annual Train Show l Oak Hammock Fall Suppers l Russell Beef & Barley Festival l Catherine Banks l GRASS ROUTES - Intersections l Dowland in Dublin l Glenn St. John l Lindsey White l Craig Street Cats’ Black Cat Ball

November 1, 10 am to 4 pm
Whyte Ridge Baptist Church, 201 Scurfield Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R3Y 1A5

Admission by donation.
A portion of the admission will be donated to The St. Amant Centre.
Contact Dennis Rietze 

The National Model Railroad Association of Canada’s Annual Train Show
Presented by the No. 1 Northern Division of the National Model Railroad Association, Thousand Lakes Division.
  • free parking
  • handicap accessible

The No.1 Northern's Free-Mo group HO modular layout, the largest modular layout in the province, will be on display.
There'll be a portable N gauge layout on display!
Learn how to operate your model railroad with a cell phone! (Yes, there's an app)
Try operating a John Allen Timesaver HO switching yard.
Attend model railroading clinics, demonstrations, and video presentations.
Vector Trains will be setting up a G scale display!

The Man with the Giraffe Cars will be there for the kids!!!!
Kids, have your parent take your picture with the Man with the Giraffe Cars!
He'll also let you unload the operating cars!

October 1, 3 and 4 at 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Migration Dinners & Rooftop Talk at Oak Hammock Marsh

Experience the sights and sounds of fall migration while enjoying an elegant three-course dinner prepared by Chef Kelley, followed by a roof-top migration presentation and fly-in of geese and ducks at sunset.

Dinner is $45 for members and $52 for non-members, plus admission.
Phone: 204-467-3300 or email
Click here for more information including the menu.

October 5 - 12
Russell, Manitoba, Canada
Russell Beef & Barley Festival

A scarecrow contest, pancake breakfast, free family movie night, grain competition, and so much more!

October 6, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Colin Jackson Studio Theatre, Prairie Theatre Exchange, 3rd Floor Portage Place
Admission is free
Two time Governor General winning playwright Catherine Banks reading excerpts from award winning "It is Solved by Walking", "Miss N Me" and her latest work in progress "The Mountain and the Valley".
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and chat with the playwright.

For more information Sarasvàti Productions or call 204-586-2236.

October 6 - 11
University of Winnipeg, 515 Portage Avenue (Bulman Students' Centre)

The UWSA and The Campus Sustainability Office present
GRASS ROUTES - Intersections

This is the 5th annual Grass Routes Sustainability Festival. This year, we’re contemplating INTERSECTIONS. We’re thinking about the streets, the art, the politics, the design, the communities, the bustle that make up Winnipeg- and where they meet. Join us to create and explore the intersections of our city.

October 8, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Crescent Fort Rouge United Church, 525 Wardlaw Avenue

Dowland in Dublin
Hosted by Camerata Nova -  Tickets

An Evening of Lute Songs in an Irish Pub!

Camerata Nova joins international star tenor Michael Slattery and La Nef, an early music group from Montréal, in a creative concert based on the music of Renaissance composer John Dowland. With great skill, charm and integrity, La Nef has arranged Dowland’s music in Celtic style, as it would have been played in an Irish Pub in the early 1600s.

For Dowland in Dublin, La Nef features Sylvain Bergeron (lute and arrangements),
Alex Kehler (violin), Amanda Keesmaat, as well as Seán Dagher (cittern and arrangements)
and Grégoire Jeay (flute and recorders).

Oct. 10, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Bell Tower Community Café, 745 Westminster Ave.

Featuring Glenn St. John on stage. Free meals. Free live music. Free food hampers. What a great way to come together as a community!

If you’d like to volunteer at the next café night, show up at 5:30 p.m. and join in!
See Meaghan Pauls, our coordinator, if you have any questions.
Everyone is welcome as a guest when the doors open at 6:30 p.m.
If you need a free food hamper on Friday night, please register with our community partner Winnipeg Harvest at 204-982-3660 (Monday-Saturday, 8:30 AM-4:00 PM).

October 17, 10:15 pm
Shannon's Irish Pub, 175 Carlton Street
No cover.

Last time we rocked Shannon's, there were covers of The Tragically Hip, The Rolling Stones, Fiona Apple, The Mars Volta, Foo Fighters and more, interspersed between the groovy folk-rock music that is Lindsey White!
Rock and roll with shameless balladry. Free hugs. Alasdair Dunlop, Mitch Dorge & Joe Curtis.

October 18, 8:00 pm
Viscount Gort Hotel, 1670 Portage Avenue

Tickets $25 each online and have them waiting for you at the door
or pick them up at our adoption centre 489 Madison St.

Time to put on your best bib and tucker, or your most creative costume, and strut your stuff at Craig Street Cats’ Black Cat Ball! This year we're turning on the glitz.

Cash Bar | Late Supper | Silent Auction | Costume Contest

Celebrity Guest Judge: Frankie Hollywood
Music by Soundwave Music Services

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