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March 7, 2015

The Real McKenzies l RBS 6 Nations 2015 l World Poetry Day l Got Bannock: 'Got Art?’ and Katherena Vermette l FREE kidney screening l Animal Teeth l Jazz Recital l Governor General's Literary Awards Gala

March 21, 9:00 pm
Windsor Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Tickets 
$18.00, Music Trader and Into the Music   18+ with photo ID
The Windsor Hotel and UMFM 101.5 Presents
Fat Wreck Chord Recording Artists from Vancouver: The Real McKenzies
with special guests Isotopes

Chris Walter will do a reading from his Real McKenzies' book:

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March 21, 7:00 am
The Pint Winnipeg, 274 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
$20 at the door - Friends and family welcome

Winnipeg Wasps Present : RBS 6 Nations 2015
Italy Vs Wales: 7.30 / Scotland Vs Ireland: 9.30 / England Vs France: 12.00
There will be Rugby Canada, Guinness and Kukri giveaways during both games! 
A full buffet, all you can eat breakfast will be served throughout the matches.

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March 21, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Avenue
Free - open to the public
Prairie Fire and CV2 Magazine invite you to World Poetry Day.
Featuring a performance by award-winning, dub poet, Lillian Allen, with live musical accompaniment from musicians, Ashley Au, Brady Allard, and Brendan Kinley, and two of Winnipeg's finest young spoken word artists, Chimwenwe Undi and Joshua Whitehead.
Hosted by Charlene Diehl.  Come for the poetry, stay for the cake!

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Althea Guiboche
March 22
Thunderbird House on Main Street

Artist Jackie Traverse is organizing 'Got Art?’, an art auction fundraiser for Got Bannock, a registered non-profit.  Traverse will donate two original pieces.  Others featured include Patrick Ross, Arlea Ashcroft, Victor Tssessaze, and Ernie Cobiness, son of late Eddie Cobiness, one of the Native Group of Seven.

When I went homeless I felt forgotten by society. For me, that is the worst feeling in the world and I want to do everything I can to make the people on the street feel that they are not forgotten and I care that they are out there.  I am going to do everything I can to advocate for them and help bring change for them. Althea Guiboche

In that spirit of philanthropy, Althea Guiboche said once her food truck gets off the ground, for every customer who buys a meal for themselves she will donate one meal to a person in need.  Donations can be made to Got Bannock Inc. at Median Credit Union.

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Neechi Commons, 865 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2W 2Y1

March 22, 3:00 pm
Everyone welcome! Celebrate the launch of Katherena Vermette's book series for children, The Seven Teachings Stories.  Join Katherena and special guests for storytelling, singing, refreshments, and book signing.  Donations to support Got Bannock will be accepted.
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March 24, 10:00 am - 2:30 pm
FREE kidney screening clinic!
March is Kidney Health Month. Come to get them tested, and learn more about them! 
No appointment is necessary. It takes about 15 minutes.  
You don't need a health card. Completely free and anonymous. 
Aboriginal people are at a higher risk for kidney disease, the silent killer, so get tested.
This clinic is brought to you by The Kidney Foundation of Canada - Manitoba Branch.

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March 23 9:00 pm - 12:00 am
The Handsome Daughter, 61 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B2
No Cover
Winnipeg's most beloved live bands provide the soundtrack to your evening.  
But there's a catch....  These bands aren't playing their own songs....
They're DJing - featuring Animal Teeth

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Centre culturel franco-manitobain, 340 Provencher, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 0G7

March 23, 8:00 pm
Aaron and Brennan's Jazz Recital
Come check out our special blends of jazz! 
No cover charge.  Beverages, 2 full sets of live music, and local art by Graham Wiebe.
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March 24, 7:30 pm
$10, available at McNally Robinson and through the Festival website.
Governor General's Literary Awards Gala
Three Governor General's Award-winning writers - Martha Brooks, Raziel Reid, and Susin Nielsen - will read and share their thoughts about the challenges kids face on the road to adulthood with Festival Director Charlene Diehl.  McNally will be on site with books.

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