August 5, 2015

WSO FREE Noon concerts l INSOMNIUM l Outdoor Rink Playgroup l Aboriginal Music Week: Spence Neighbourhood Block Party & Picnic in the Park & Closing Night Party l Morden Corn and Apple Festival l Slide the City Winnipeg

August 18 - the 201 Portage Courtyard
August 21 - The Cube in Old Market Square
Any questions email

Spend your lunch hour with WSO musicians at two great locations this August and be treated to two FREE noon hour concerts featuring the Calosoma String Quartet.

The Calosoma String Quartet was founded in 1997 and is comprised of four friends within the string section of the WSO: Mary Lawton, violin; Mona Coarda, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; and Arlene Dahl, cello. The quartet has an eclectic repertoire: from Bach to the Beatles, Haydn to Hendrix, and Purcell to Piazzolla, providing varied programming to appeal to a wide range of musical tastes.

August 19, 8:00 pm
The Zoo Night Club, 160 Osborne Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 1Y6
Tickets online, locally and at VIP tickets also available


August 19, 7:0 0pm - 8:30 pm
Riverview Community Centre, 90 Ashland Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 1K6
$2.00/family to help cover the costs of the rink rental.   Meet Up Link

BTPRSM Riverview C.C. Outdoor Rink Playgroup
All socialized dogs are welcome to attend. 
Bring your lawn chairs, mosquito sprays, water/drinks, toys! 
Make sure your dog is wearing its City of Winnipeg License.

We will have water bowls and jugs of water for the dogs. 
We will also block of any openings in the rink using baby gates and x-pens. 

Aboriginal Music Week produces concerts in neighbourhoods throughout the city in an effort to make it easier for families to walk to the venues, but music lovers from outside the neighbourhood are more than welcome to attend.

A family friendly environment (no beer gardens) with great sound and exceptional music in great community settings. 

Free Concerts | Free BBQs | Free Music Workshops
All Ages, Families Welcome
Please bring lawn chairs

August 19, 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Magnus Eliason Recreation Centre, 430 Langside Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
The Aboriginal Music Week Stage at Spence Neighbourhood Block Party
Winston Wuttunee, Nikki Komaksiutiksak, Joe Maxim Band, and special guests!!
The concert is set for an outdoor stage beside the Magnus Eliason Recreation Centre and SNA has several other activities planned for the celebration.
August 22, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
St. John's Park, Main Street and Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
The Aboriginal Music Week Stage at Picnic in the Park
C-Weed Band, Clint Dutiaume with Norman Chief Memorial Dancers, Leanne Goose, 
Mic Jordan, Steven Leveque, and special guests!!
The concert is set for an outdoor stage beside the wading pool in St. John's Park and tents will be constructed to provide shade for audiences.
August 22, 9:00 pm - 2:00 am
The Good Will - Social Club, 625 Portage, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B2G4
$10 | 18+ I.D. Req'd

Closing Night Party presented by RPM.FM

Tall Paul, an Anishinabe MC from Leech Lake, Minnesota, noted for Prayers in a Song.
Mariame, a Cree pop/R&B singer from Montrea, released her debut album, Bloom.
Hellnback, a co-founder of Warparty and a forward for Team Rezofficial, has re-emerged.
T-Rhyme is from northern Saskatchewan. Along with music, her artistry flows through her Beads, Rhymes & Life jewelry line.
Boogey The Beat is the principal producer behind the the introductory music for CBC's New Fire with Lisa Charleyboy.

August 21 to 23
Morden, Manitoba

Morden Corn and Apple Festival

August 22
Adrenaline Adventures, 600 Caron Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R4H 1B4

Slide the City is coming to Winnipeg!  We'll be out at Adrenaline Adventures this year, so get your slippery self ready for a full day of slip n' slide excellence. 

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