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February 21, 2016

McNally Robinson: March Music & Events l Amelia Curran l Women's Meet Up l Dr. Adele Perry l Boys with Braids l Chief Perry Bellegarde l De Danann l International Women's Week Cabaret of Monologues: Stolen Sisters

McNally Robinson: March Events 
Phone 204-475-0483  (Toll-Free 1-800561-1833)

Helen White Trio
Friday March 4, 8:00 pm
Jazz

Carlos and the Suspiroes
Saturday March 5, 8:00 pm
Singer-Songwriter

Kevin Curtis
Friday March 11, 8:00 pm
Jazz/Folk/Pop

Bob Watts Trio
Saturday March 12, 8:00 pm
Jazz

Lindsey White Trio
Friday March 18, 8:00 pm
Groovy Folk Rock

Doug Edmond
Saturday March 19, 8:00 pm
Singer/Songwriter

Karen Hammarstrand
Saturday March 26, 8:00 pm
Folk/Blues/Jazz


March 4, 7:00 pm
Chris MacDonald - Should We Let Uber In? Debate on the Ethics of the Sharing Economy.
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March 5, 7:00 pm
Amber Dawn - Reading & Signing Where the words end and my body begins
Presented by The Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture at the University of Manitoba and the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Winnipeg. 
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March 7, 7:00 pm
The University of Manitoba Café Scientifique presents Multiple Sclerosis: Questions and answers from Manitoba researchers. Please RSVP or call 204.474.6689.
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March 8, 7:30 pm
Karen Sunabacka, a special talk entitled Composing our Stories: Inspired by Family and the Prairies, presented as part of our ongoing Meet the Composer series.
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March 9, 7:00 pm
Linda Szyszkowski & Daniel Clement, launch of Secret Adventures of Tiny Toba: Gold Star Gratitude - First Journey.  Visit Tiny Toba online at www.tinytoba.com
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March 17, 7:30 pm 
Barbara Bowes  Cracking the People Code
Ms.  Bowes, FCHRP, CCP, M. Ed is President of Legacy Bowes Group, the author of six books and a weekly columnist with the Winnipeg Free Press.
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March 22, 7:00 pm 
Flair Travel Presentation:
Sail the Mediterranean on your own private yacht.
Find out more from MedSea Yachts and Flair Travel.
RSVP to Marianne by March 14 / 204-284-9682
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March 22, 7:30 pm 
Pianist Janina Fialkowska and Conductor Scott Yoo will discuss the program of the March 23 MCO performance, which will feature the first of two new works by John Burge this season, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4, in G Major, Op. 58, and a reprise performance of Everything That Rises by Randolph Peters. 
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March 24, 8:00 pm 
Winnipeg Comedy Festival Preview Night in Prairie Ink Restaurant 
An evening of comedy while you dine and an exclusive preview of one of North America’s funniest festivals. Call 204-975-2659 to reserve your table. 
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March 29, 7:00 pm
Joanne Kelly’s Book Club - The choice for March 2016 is Yvonne Adhiambo Owour’s Dust. Call John at 204-453-0424, ex 227 if you have any questions.
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March 30, 7:00 pm
Secret Loves of Geek Girls presents a Women & Fandom panel
Featuring Nyala Ali (academic/journalist), Samantha Beiko (publishing editor), Autumn Crossman (artist), Alicia Faucher (arts event organizer), Jamie Isfeld (new media developer), and Hope Nicholson (publisher, event organizer, editor).
Nyala Ali holds an M.A. in Cultural Studies: Texts and Cultures from the U of W. 
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The Winnipeg International Writers Festival (collaborative Spring Literary Series)

March 1, 7:00 pm
An Evening with Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm. In conversation with David McLeod and signing The Stone Collection.
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March 3, 7:00 pm 
An Evening with Robert J. Sawyer, Winnipeg launch of Quantum Night.

March 10, 7:00 pm
Deconstructing Alice, hosted by Charlene Diehl.  Writer David A. Robertson and his editor Warren Cariou will talk about the process of creating a coherent mosaic from narrative fragments. 

March 14, 7:00 pm
An Evening with Yann Martel, Reading & Signing The High Mountains of Portugal.
Yann Martel is the author of Life of Pi, the #1 international bestseller.
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Providence University College Public Lecture Series 2016
Admission is free – no registration is required.

March 5, 7:00-8:30 pm
Nicholas Greco, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communications and Media, presenting
“David Bowie in Darkness: How Celebrities Navigate the Mediated World.” 

March 12, 7:00-8:30 pm 
Dennis Hiebert, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, presenting
“Human Rights and Religion: The Awkward Waltz.” 

March 19, 7:00-8:30 pm 
Val Hiebert, Ph.D. (Cand.), Assistant Professor of Sociology, presenting
“Jesus and Women: The Untold Stories.” 

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March 6, 8 PM
The Good Will - Social Club, 625 Portage, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2G4
$20 through Ticketmaster and at the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store. (18+)

They Promised You Mercy, nominated for the 2015 Juno Award for Roots and Traditional Album of the Year, is the newest collection of songs by Amelia Curran, Canada’s master contemporary songstress. Amelia’s knife-sharp lyrics find peace and cheerfulness amidst lush layers provided by producer Michael Phillip Wojewoda’s nuanced studio vision.

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March 6, 2 PM - 4 PM
Winnipeg Film Group, 304 - 100 Arthur Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H3
Join us for the next Women's Film &Video Network Meet Up! 
Share stories. Exchange contact info. Develop community. Enjoy yourself. 
Free! All women working in film and video are invited and welcome! 
Please bring some group snacks if you can. The WFG will supply hot and cold beverages. 
Email Monica if you can help set up before hand and clean up after. 

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March 9, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Tier Building - University Of Manitoba, Room: Tier 307, Winnipeg, Manitoba
"Drinking Dispossession: Winnipeg, Water, and Settler Colonialism, 1913-1919"
UMNATV Winter Colloquium 2016: Adele Perry

Dr. Adele Perry is an associate professor of history and Canada Research Chair in Western Canadian Social History at the U of M. Her areas of expertise include Western Canadian history, migration history, gender history and the history of sexuality. 
Perry is also the author of the prize-winning On the Edge of Empire: Gender, Race, and the Making of British Columbia, 1849-1871, and co-editor of Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women's History.

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March 10, 6 PM
University of Winnipeg Convocation Hall,
515 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Boys with Braids is a gathering to share teachings about the sacredness of hair, to foster a sense of pride for boys who choose to grow their hair long and using education to stop teasing, bullying and harassment. 

Endorsed by Boys with Braids Saskatoon creator Michael Linklater, a father who was tired of hearing his children's experiences. As these were the same issues he’d faced as a braid-wearing boy he opted to have an educational gathering.
Feast of stew and bannock generously provided by Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc. 
#BoysWithBraids #HairIsSacred

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March 11, 6:30 PM - 11 PM
1715 Wellington Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Tickets $150/person and $1200/per table of 10 by cheque in person at
TLEC Office, 200-1765 Sargent Ave. / Order by Fax 204-942-0248

The Treaty Land Entitlement Committee of Manitoba Inc. (TLEC) and Brokenhead Ojibway Nation (BON) are proud to present a Fundraising Gala that features keynote speaker:
AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde
"MIKINAKAY - TRAIL OF THE TURTLE" a first film by Cree Director Erica Daniels
Followed by CWEED BAND!
All proceeds from this Fundraising Gala will go towards the upcoming gathering:
from May 21-24 at Bannock Point, Whiteshell Provincial Park

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March 11, 8 PM
West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1Z8
Tickets are $37.50 through Ticketmaster and at the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store.

“Once described as 'the Rolling Stones of Irish Traditional Music', the legendary group De Danann, returned to the festival stage in 2009 with a new album Wonderwaltz. Founding member Alec Finn is joined by Eleanor Shanley (vocals), Derek Hickey (accordion), Brian McGrath (banjo/piano), Ronan O'Flaherty (fiddle) and Neill Lyons (bodhrán).

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March 12, Matinee at 4 pm Evening Performance at 8 pm 
Asper Center for Theatre & Film, 400 Colony Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Tickets $10 at the door, or online at http://sarasvati.ca/season/iww-stolen-sisters/

International Women's Week Cabaret of Monologues: Stolen Sisters

Sarasvàti Productions celebrates with a Cabaret of monologues, slam poetry, spoken word, dance, and visual art! 
Each piece explores the realities and absurdities of systemic violence as well as the inequality that shapes women’s lives. This year’s selections share wisdom, highlight hard truths, pose difficult questions, and use humour to inspire.

Featuring the following performers and playwrights:
Doing It for the Fame by Makrenna Sterdan / Performed by Kim Kakegamic

Chance by Melaina Serafinchon Sheldon / Performed by Kelsey Wavey

Lingua Franca by Frances Koncan / Performed by Erica Wilson

Good Enough by Lynne Carol Martin / Performed by Shaneen J. Robinson

The Visitor by Alison McEvoy Murray / Performed by Heather Ada Bjorklund

She Said by Robyn Pooley / Performed by Teri-Lynn Friesen

Finding Freedom Written and performed by Shamin Brown

Warrior by Helena Kelly / Performed by Montana Lehmann

Stolen Girls by Hope McIntyre / Performed by Sydney Macfarlane 
Voice-Over by Florence Okwudili

QUIET Written and performed by Mary Black

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