March 8, 2016

Shamrocks & Shenanigans l Smithfits l Duotang l Towodo l Micah Visser l Longwalkshortdock l Nap Eyes l Grass Routes l refugees l Ripperz l Perpetrators l Jordan Klassen l Counterparts l Wintersleep l Easter Pet Photos l CraftED

The Good Will - Social Club, 625 Portage, 
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2G4

March 17, 9 PM - 2 AM
Only $5 before 11 PM

Shamrocks & Shenanigans
A Night of Nineties Hip-Hop and R&B

"Shamrock Shakes" (Irish Whiskey Sours) on special!
March 19, 9 PM
18+   Tickets at Music Trader and Ticketfly 

SMITHFITS - DJs: DJ Co-op, Scott Wade, Rob Galston
The Ripperz Nothing but Teeth - Afterparty! Half price admission to SMITHFITS with your ticket stub from The Ripperz Nothing but Teeth CD Release show at The Park Theatre!
March 24, Doors at 9 pm, Show at 10 pm 
$12 tickets at Music Trader, The Good Will and Ticketfly

DUOTANG with guests The Zorgs and DJ Rob Vilar 
Duotang will be performing a chunk of old classics and material from their new album! 
March 25, 9 PM
The first 100 tickets include admission and a free CD of TOWODO's 'The Depths'.
Send a private message to TOWODO or any band member. Tickets are $10.00.

TOWODO is releasing their debut album The Depths!
SELCI (10:00 pm) / Slow Spirit (11:00 pm) / TOWODO (12:00 pm)  
March 30, Doors at 7, show at 8
Tickets at The Good Will, Music Trader and ticket fly

After a two week long tour through Eastern Canada, Micah Visser is thrilled to be returning to a crowd of friendly faces for a homecoming performance with Finn and Okay Mann.
March 31, Doors @ 9:00 | Show @ 10:00   18+
$12 | Tickets at Music Trader, The Good Will, Ticketfly 
Longwalkshortdock essentially started the first time Dave King heard gritty electronic music in early eighties videogames. A veteran of sound design and electronic music production for well over a decade, Longwalkshortdock's music has stepped into a genre of its own. 
April 1, Doors @ 9:00 pm | Show @ 10:00 pm    18+

Nap Eyes (Halifax) / Cian Nugent (Dublin) / Surprise Party
Lanikai (Members of Imaginary Cities & Slow Spirit)

March 17, 6 PM
University of Winnipeg Convocation Hall, Winnipeg, Manitoba

As part of Grass Routes Sustainaiblity Festival, The Uniter Speakers Series and the UWSA present: Water and Indigenous Women's Wisdom 
w/ speakers Freda Huson and Chickadee Richard 
Come for a discussion on sustainability of practices surrounding water in Canada.
Grass Routes is an annual, week-long celebration of ideas, skills, and creativity for a sustainable future. Through workshops, exhibits, and various lecture/dialogue events, the festival seeks to engage discussion about what sustainability means, what a sustainable world might look like, and how we might get there. 

March 18, 7 PM
The Daily Bread Cafe & Catering, 92 Dysart Rd, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2M5
Tickets $5 or by donation at the door. 

St. John's College is hosting an international coffee house to celebrate the diversity of cultures at the University of Manitoba and raise money to bring Syrian refugee students to live in our residence. 
There will be snacks, drinks, beer for purchase, and some great acts! 
Come for a fun Friday study break and support this opportunity for students through the WUSC student refugee program.

The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2B9

March 19, Doors 8 / Show 9 PM - 11:59 PM
Tckets $10 / $15 Doors  at The Park Theatre, Music Trader & online

The Ripperz release their highly anticipated new album Nothing But Teeth. To make things even better, Dangercat will be opening up the show.
The home-style brand of rock and roll varies from folk tinged ballads to upbeat rockers with an occasional hard rock scream thrown in for good measure.
March 24, Doors 8 / Show 9 PM - 11:35 PM
$15 Advance at The Park Theatre, Music Trader, & online

The Perpetrators with guests Mulvey Street Maniacs. We’ve had the pleasure of having The Perps a few times in the last couple years and it’s always a wild party. 
March 27, 8 PM - 11 PM

Javelin’s ten songs, among the most confidently and imaginatively arranged Jordan Klassen has ever recorded, engage the past, reassess recollections and impressions, turn failures not into successes but lessons for the future.
March 29, Doors 7:15 / Show 7:30 PM - 11:10 PM
$18.50 at The Park Theatre, Music Trader, & online 

Counterparts have been here a couple times before, and have torn the place apart opening for Comeback Kid and Terror. Can’t wait to have them in to headline. Joining them will be hardcore heavy hitters Expire, Gideon, Knocked Loose and locals Usurper
March 31, 8 PM
 $20.50 Winnipeg Folk Festival Office (203-211 Bannatyne Ave.) or Ticketmaster

The Winnipeg Folk Festival and the Park Theatre are thrilled to bring you Wintersleep.
The Great Detachment, Wintersleep’s sixth LP, is very much an introspective work, both conceptually and thematically.

March 26, 12 PM - 4 PM
Pet Valu - Meadowood Drive. Winnipeg Mb200 Meadowood Drive

Easter Pet Photos in support of Hull's Haven Border Collie Rescue and Rescue Siamese
Pet Valu Meadowood has selected Hull's Haven Border Collie Rescue and Rescue Siamese to be a recipient of their PAWS program in April. 
We are kicking things off with Easter Pet Photos. 
Just $5.00 and the amazing and talented Tim Hellsten is going to be the photographer!

March 31, 7 PM
MAWA Mentoring Artists for Women's Art, 611 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2W 0J7

CraftED :: Janet Morton
CraftED-thinking through craft, a series of artist talks interested in bringing the larger context of contemporary craft to Winnipeg.

MCC, in partnership with MAWA, is excited to bring Janet Morton to Winnipeg.
Since 1992 Morton has used knitting and sewing symbolically in her work as blatant low-tech metaphors. By using stereotypically domestic techniques and recycled materials, Morton explores issues of consumption and how “value” is assigned to objects and time investment.

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