September 1, 2014

SHED l ManyFest l The Park Theatre Movie Night & Game Lounge and more! l St. Norbert Farmers’ Feast l Theatre by the River: Cock & Bull l OUTreach l 100 Mile Dinner

September 5 - October 7    
Ace Art 2-290 McDermot Avenue
Launch September 5, 7 pm
Artist talk September  6, 2 pm
SHED: Tracy Peters uses photography, video, and installation to gather, interpret and re-use structural elements from an abandoned farm shed within aceartinc.’s gallery.

September 5 to 7
Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Free entrance; some events may have a fee
(204) 958-4640

ManyFest: All together downtown!  Events included in ManyFest:
Wine & Beer Festival
Food Truck Wars
Movie in the Park
Live Music
Kids Zone
Lights on Broadway
Electric Donkey Run
10 & 10 Race

Events at The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne Street, Winnipeg

September 7
Game Lounge 7 | Team Pub Trivia 8 | Screening 9
Admission $5 | $15 for six film season pass

Movie Night & Game Lounge is bringing you its first movie of the season, everyone's favourite, The Room, "the Citizen Kane of bad movies".

The Movie Night and Game Lounge is a monthly film series at The Park Theatre. We play favourite classic cult movies on our big screen, but along with the movie comes a game lounge, draft beer specials, and a pop-up restaurant.
September 8, 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Advance $10 / Doors 7 & Show 8

The Park Theatre presents Megan Lane – whose new album “Sounding the Animal” drops August 14.  Opening the night for Megan will be Winnipeg favourite Scott Nolan.
September 9, 7:30 pm
Advance Tickets $10 at The Park Theatre, Music Trader

Over the past two years we have had Kalle and his band in our room a couple of times, and it has been great to watch them grow so fast.

Yes We Mystic create something fresh, something that can mellow and groove, but can climb in an instant to towering, frenzied heights.

September 11, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Farmers’ Feast at the St. Norbert Farmers’ Market
Cost: $100 ($35 tax receipt & $5 rebate if you bring your own wine glass)

This gourmet outdoor feast unites some of Manitoba's best chefs with the freshest food from Manitoba's fields and farms. With wine glass and napkin in hand, guests will wander through a harvest festival, tasting the very best of Manitoba, from chefs, brewers, farmers and food artisans, all the while enjoying live music throughout the evening.

Sept 13 - Oct 4   Show Times
Platform Centre, Arts Space Building, 100 Arthur Street

Theatre by the River presents:
Two stand-alone plays by Mike Bartlett, performed with same cast, alternating nights 
Directed by Rodrigo Beilfuss
Featuring Kevin Anderson, Derek Leenhouts, Mel Marginet and Karl Thordarson
Design by Daina Leitold | Stage Management from Lisa Nelson

Cock - Winner of the Olivier Award
After John and M break up, John finds himself falling in love with W, a woman. When he goes back to M, he wonders: Is he gay, straight, bisexual? When M suggests they all share a dinner it’s an evening that will change the way you look at a love triangle.

Bull - A Canadian Premier
Three employees wait to meet their boss; after which only two will have their jobs.  The chronic under-employment faced by Millennials means this play is full of high stakes, low morals and a need to win at all costs.

See one production at full price, come back to see the second for just $12

OUTreach is an initiative to sponsor an LGBTTQ* refugee to Canada.  
With the human rights atrocities occurring around the world, the members of Pride Winnipeg agreed that we must do something to aid those who are at risk of persecution or worse for being LGBTTQ*,” says Pride Winnipeg President, Jonathan Niemczak. 

Our volunteer board of directors is key to the success of Theatre by the River.
Want to learn more? Simply email or call 204.943.9573. 
Theatre by the River is a registered charity.  Donate through Canada Helps, or send a cheque to 386 Alexander Avenue, Winnipeg MB, R3A 0M7. 

September 14, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Caboto Centre, 1055 Wilkes Avenue  
Individual tickets are $125. Call Beth Creed at 204-975-0634.

Come to the fourth annual 100 Mile Dinner, in support of the Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg!  Using fresh food found within 100 miles of Winnipeg, the evening will feature a gourmet selection of dishes.

2014 Chef Team:
Ben Kramer - Diversity Foods & Elements Restaurant
Scott Bagshaw - Enoteca & Deseo Bistro
Tristan Foulcault - Peasant Cookery
Norman Pastorin - Cornerstone & The Grove
Jessie Friesen - 295 York
Luc Jean - Red River College
Barry Saunders - Canadian Museum of Human Rights
Adam Donnelly - Segovia

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