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April 28, 2015

Mother’s Day Teas l Drag The Red Fundraising Bingo l UBUNTU with Idelette McVicker l Voter ID Clinic l Winnipeg: A public forum on the state of our democracy l Carly Dow l BaseLAN XXVIII l DWARVES

806B Manitoba Avenue, Selkirk, Manitoba
(204) 785-2398  or email

The next 2 teas are Mother’s Day teas: May 10 and May 24 
We expect that bookings for the May 10 tea to fill up quickly - so we added another one - maybe as a mothers' day gift?   Reserve now!!

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May 9, 1:30 - 3:30 pm
1350 Main Street, Winnipeg, MB

Drag the Red is hosting a merchandise bingo and 50/50 for equipment and boats.
$25.00 for a book of 9, advance tickets can be purchased from Linda English, Bernadette Smith, Sara D Brasseur, Sabrina Leister and Cree-ations. Limited tickets at the door.
There will also be a canteen with drinks, chips and chocolate bars.
To donate merchandise for the bingo please drop off at Cree-ations, 1346 Main St.

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May 11 - May 13, between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm
514 Maryland Street, Winnipeg, MB  (New Life Ministries)
UBUNTU: Finding Our Place in God's Global Story

Join Idelette McVicker exploring the powerful idea of Ubuntu and how understanding that we all belong to each other, informs our view of justice and peace in the world.

Ubuntu is an African concept which means “I am because you are.”  What can a daughter of Apartheid tell us about belonging to each other?  We will explore God’s heart for Peace and Justice together as we look closely at our own story, the biblical narrative and the world. 

Idelette is founder and Editor-in-Chief of www.SheLovesmagazine.com. She’s an immigrant, mother of three and a restaurant wife. In 1999 she moved to Canada. She believes Sisterhood is a powerful and strategic response to injustice.

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The Indian & Metis Friendship Centre of Winnipeg, IMFC, 45 Robinson Street, Wpg R2W 5H5

May 12, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Winnipeg Indigenous Rock the Vote, and SEED Winnipeg are holding a Voter ID Clinic just before the Council of Canadians Go Vote! rally.
For people living on low incomes - SEED Winnipeg will apply for a birth certificate (if you were born in Manitoba) for you (they can cover the fee). And WIRTV will register you to vote in the federal election, plus help you figure out the ID you need to vote.
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May 12, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
FREE TICKETS 

Winnipeg: A public forum on the state of our democracy
It’s been nine years of job losses, health care privatization, falling wages, and environmental neglect.
It’s time for change.
Join a compelling line-up of speakers to learn how you can inspire democratic participation in your community:
– Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, Council of Canadians
– Paul Moist, National President, Canadian Union of Public Employees
– Sylvia Boudreau, Winnipeg Indigenous Rock the Vote Co-organizer
– Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, Associate Professor, University of Manitoba
Moderated by Brigette DePape, Youth Vote Campaigner, Council of Canadians.

Together, we can choose a government that creates good jobs, invests in public health care, addresses climate change, and so much more.
Organized by the Council of Canadians in partnership with the Canadian Union of Public Employees. http://canadians.org/GoVote2015

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May 13, 7:15 pm, Show 8 pm
West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1Z8
$15 Tickets / $20 at door / WECC Box Office, Music Trader & the Folk Fest Music Store

Celebrate the launch of Carly Dow's debut solo full-length album, Ingrained. The night will open with Roger Roger and a special trio performance by The Crooked Brothers.

With Ingrained, Dow explores the complexities of human-to-human and human-to-nature relationships. From soul-inspired songs to bluesy outlaw tracks full of hips and movement, the album covers a spectrum of pretty grittiness. She will be joined on stage by her band (Ashley Au, Daniel Bertnick and Matt Filopoulos), as well as several other special guests.

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May 15 - May 17
Earl Grey C.C., 360 Cockburn Street North, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 2P5
Registration $40 PC, $20 Console, $5 Spectator

Asus Presents BaseLAN XXVIII
Headliner Tournaments:
DOTA 2 - HearthStone - Counterstrike Global Offensive
Ultra Super Street Fighter IV - Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom
Secondary Tournaments:
League of Legends - Starcraft 2 - HalfLife 2 Deathmatch
Trackmania - Assetto Corsa - Halo
BaseLAN 28 Sponsor List:
Presenting Sponsor - Asus - www.asus.com
Network Sponsor - On-Call Solutions
Antlion - www.modmic.com
BeQuiet! - www.bequiet.com/en
Enermax/Lepa - www.enermax.com
Kingston HyperX - www.kingston.com
Leap Motion - www.leapmotion.com
Memory Express - www.memoryexpress.com
MSI - ca.msi.com
Patriot Memory - www.patriotmemory.com
Rockstar Energy Drinks - www.rockstarenergy.com
Rosewill - www.rosewill.com
Silverstone - www.silverstonetek.com

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May 15, Doors 9:00 PM   18+ 
Windsor Hotel,Winnipeg, Manitoba

Good lord...From San Francisco by way of Chicago... Punk rock legends the Dwarves remain one of the most bizarre and misunderstood bands of all time. Their latest album "The Dwarves Invented Rock 'n' Roll" was released August 19. 2014 through Recess Records. 

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