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November 3, 2014

Remembrance Day Service and Fall Supper l Winnipeg Model Railroad Club: Steve Boyko & Klinic Karnaval l Holiday Pottery Sale l McNally’s: Deborah Froese l Peter James l Rachel Zolf l Mark Zuehlke l Alan Doyle l Harriet Zaidman l Judy Goodman l Sandi Sellen

November 11, 11 am
St. Philip’s Anglican Church240 Avenue Taché, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 1Z7    

St. Philip’s is holding its annual Remembrance Day Service, to honour those who served their country in times of war, particularly those who paid the supreme sacrifice.
St. Philip’s is joined by the members of the St. Boniface-Norwood Legion, Branch #43, with the flute choir of Nelson McIntyre Collegiate along with dancers from the University of Winnipeg.  Later that day we will also be holding our annual Roast Beef Dinner. 
 $20.00 for adults, and $8.00 for children under the age of 12.
Phone 204-237-3650, ext. 2 or email for tickets. 

Winnipeg Model Railroad Club 
Charleswood Legion Hall, 6003 Roblin Boulevard, in the Tank Room, located in basement of the Legion. Please enter on the west side of the building.

Not a member? No problem! Visitors are always welcome!
You are welcome to attend a few meetings FOR FREE to see if you'd like to join!

November 14, 7:30 pm

Steve Boyko, photographer, railfan, and creator of the blog about rail fanning, Confessions of a Train Geek, will give a presentation on grain elevators of Manitoba. Steve is in the process of documenting all of the remaining elevators left in the province.
December 12, 7:30 pm

Klinic Karnaval

Thinking about doing some model railroading? Not sure where to begin or what to buy?
Come down and get some expert advice on
Making Custom Switch Stands
Working with Styrene
Modelling Peeling Paint
Easy Layout Design Techniques
Z-scale Modelling
Applying Wet and Dry Decals
Wood Weathering
Freight Car Maintenance
Making Realistic Trees
Model Weathering Using Chalks
DCC Stationary Decoders

This is also our Christmas Dinner hot dogs night so bring your hot dog appetite along with something for the Christmas Cheer Board.

Holiday Pottery Sale
November 15, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
343 Cheriton Ave.

Get a head start on your holiday shopping.
I've got a tonne of new work and colours available along with the much loved 'classics.'

McNally Robinson Booksellers Grant Park,  1120 Grant Ave.
Phone 204-475-0483    (Toll Free 1-800-561-1833)

November 16, 2:00 pm 
Mr. Jacobson’s Window

The story incorporates elements of Christmas and Hanukkah, and points to the importance of family, friends and looking beyond first impressions. 

Deborah Froese is an award-winning author of books for young people.

November 17, 7:00 pm
An Evening with Peter James, in conversation with Terry MacLeod of CBC's The Weekend Morning Show and signing his latest book Want You Dead

The 10th book in Peter James’ series featuring Brighton detective, Roy Grace, who faces a virtual romance that has become a terrifying obsession.

James’ novels have been translated into 36 languages. Three have been filmed. They reflect his interest in the world of the police, science, medicine and the paranormal. 

November 18, 7:00 pm 
An Evening with Rachel Zolf, reading and signing Janey’s Arcadia 

Rachel Zolf’s fifth book assembles documents to decry the ongoing violence of Canadian colonialism. Her book of poetry Human Resources won the Trillium Book Award for Poetry. 
Artist and theorist Roewan Crowee is Co-Director of The Institute for Women’s & Gender Studies.  Trish Salah is the author of the Lambda Award winning book, Wanting in Arabic, and Lyric Sexology, as well as co-editor of an issue of TSQ:Transgender Studies Quarterly.  Katherena Vermette's book North End Love Songs won the 2013 Governor General Literary Award for Poetry. 

November 18, 7:30 pm
Forgotten Victory: First Canadian Army and the Cruel Winter of 1944-45

The eleventh of the bestselling Canadian Battle Series relates the story of the First Canadian Army’s gruelling attack against the Rhineland.

Mark Zuehlke received the Pierre Berton Award in 2014. His For Honour’s Sake won the 2007 Canadian Authors Association Lela Common Award for Canadian History and his Holding Juno won the 2006 City of Victoria Butler Book Prize. 

November 19, 7:00 pm
An Evening with Alan Doyle lead singer of Great Big Sea and launch of 
Where I Belong: Small Town to Great Big Sea

Canadian musician and actor Alan Doyle’s musical memoir about growing up in the tiny fishing village of Petty Harbour, Newfoundland, and then taking to the world stage. 

November 20, 7:00 pm 
Sherman and the Sheep Shape Contest

There’s only one week left until the Sheep Shape Contest, but the flock is in chaos.  

Harriet Zaidman’s first picture book, Daisy’s Biggest Success, is about a pup that achieves an unexpected reward for solving her family’s problems. Harriet is a regular book reviewer for the Winnipeg Free Press.
Sonia Nadeau is a talented musician and the illustrator of several picture books.

November 20, 7:30 pm 
Journal Writing: The Healing Benefits

Journal Writing is a tool for self-exploration and decision making. It promotes self-understanding and perspective, and provides physical and emotional healing benefits. 

Judy Goodman developed and teaches Journal Writing Workshops.

November 22, 6:00 pm
Ava’s Mystery

Ava and her doll Milly always tidy up.  But in the morning things are not always where they left them. They decide to solve the mystery. 

Sandi Sellen and her husband, David, have three married daughters and four grandchildren.

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