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April 15, 2016

Food for Shelter l Winnipeg: like & share l FREE Classes l Van Damsel l Spring Market l Etsy Market l Drop & Swap l Craft Sale l Beltaine in the Park l Summering l Blackheart Burlesque l Simon Townshend l 204FM l Grownups Read

Royal Lepage: Food for Shelter 3rdAnnual food drive fundraiser

During April please donate any non-perishable food, or any items on the list 
The food will be for our local shelters in Winnipeg and Steinbach.  We also added the organization Feed My Lambs.  
Drop off your donation at any Royal LePage office throughout the city.  We also have a pick up service - please call our office at 204-989-6900.
One item will go such a long way to help our women and children who are victims of domestic violence.  Please help.

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April 29 at 6 PM
Cre8ery gallery & studio, 125 Adelaide Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0W4

Winnipeg: like & share
A solo art exhibition featuring Winnipeg cityscape paintings by Elena El.
It’s morning. You sip coffee while scrolling through social media posts. You see exotic places, far away people… And then suddenly, something looks familiar. Yes, it is an image of your neighbourhood; sunshine, tall trees, that interesting building at the corner of the street, the man that looks just like your neighbour walking his dog…
This picture makes you feel good. It makes you feel proud of the beautiful place you live in – Winnipeg. You like it and you want to share it with others.

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Shelmerdine Garden Centre, 
7800 Roblin Boulevard, Headingley, MB  R4H 1B6
P: 204.895.7203   E: info@shelmerdine.com
Monday - Saturday  9 am-5 pm / Closed Sundays 
Spring hours start April 18, 2016

FREE CLASSES!

APRIL 28 AT 6:30 PM
CONTAINER GARDENING FOR BEGINNERS 
Learn the basics of container gardening such as choosing the right plants, pots, soils, fertilizers and watering techniques.

APRIL 30 AT 11 AM
CONTAINER GARDENING FOR MASTERS 
Skip the basics to talk about designer plants, trends and how to achieve cutting edge creations in your container garden.

MAY 7 FROM 10 AM - 4 PM
FREE TOOL SHARPENING
Bring in your garden tools for a FREE sharpening and get the edge you need for pruning, clipping and shearing tools! Limit 2 per person.

MAY 7 AT 1 PM
THE LAZY GARDENER 
Learn how to get maximum enjoyment from your garden with minimal work with everything from automatic water systems to low maintenance plants.

MAY 14 AT 11 AM
SPRING PRUNING CLASS 
Proper pruning results in thriving plants and an attractive landscape. Our experts will teach you how and when to prune with the right tools.

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April 29, 7:15 pm
West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1Z8
Tickets: $12 Advanced / $17 At the door
Online Ticket Link / ALL AGES SHOW 

In support of their debut LP, Kamloops foursome Van Damsel is set to bring their distinct brand of energetic, danceable alt-pop to Winnipeg. Joining the band is fellow BC sensation, Little India, who will be bringing the heat with their own version of hyper catchy indie pop with a tropical flavour. Rounding out the bill is hometown favourites, the up-and-coming indie phenomenon, Paisley. 




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April 29 6 pm - 9 pm + April 30 from 10 am - 4 pm
Transcona Country Club, 2070 Dugald Rd, Winnipeg, MB
Tickets  $4 / Kids 12 and under FREE / FREE onsite parking
Sorry no strollers, we happily encourage baby wearing :)

We are excited to bring you the 3rd Annual Third + Bird Spring Market. 
Last year we saw over 2500 attendees! 
Find all the things you love about Third + Bird... 80+ local vendors local + handmade makers, cafe with great food, women’s co-op from Nepal table, cookie + raffle tables.
New: an art installation, an area for kids to create and play, and all vendors on ONE floor. 

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April 30 at 11 AM - 4 PM
St. James Civic Centre, 2055 Ness Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
$2 Admission with ages 12 and under free  Twitter: @winnipegetsy
FREE Parking in large onsite lot. Stroller Friendly.

The Winnipeg Etsy Street Team market showcases local Etsy sellers of handcrafted wares and curated vintage from select team members.
Find handmade home decor, soap, pottery, art, hand-bound books, jewellery, clothing, children's items, embroidery, vintage housewares, collectibles, clothing and lots more.

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April 30 9 -11 AM DROP! 12 - 1:30 PM SWAP!
Evangelical Free Church, 500 Lagimodiere Blvd.
ADMISSION IS STILL FREE / Suggested donation at the door: $5 / family
To donate, please email with the password 'springswap'. Thank you so much! 

Drop & Swap!!
We are not able to hold a craft sale, so we have started a go fund me page to raise the funds needed to support this event.

Items must be clean, freshly laundered, in good working order.
Clothing pre-sorted by size and item, no holes or stains, no broken buttons or zippers. Toys must be pre-sorted by item. We will not accept items dropped off after 11 am.

The first 100 people dropping off AFTER 9 am will get a ticket 1, going in to swap at 12 sharp. The next 100 people will get a ticket number 2, and will be in the second line up. The next will get a ticket number 3, and so on. Stay after you drop off, and have a coffee or tea, and then starting at 11:45 pm, the line ups start. At 12 pm sharp, show your ticket to join many excited local parents.

NO STROLLERS, PLEASE. Also, no wagons allowed in the swapping area.
Leftovers will be donated to local family charities.

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May 1 at 10 AM - 3 PM
Earl Grey Community Centre, 360 Cockburn Street North, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Funds for Pets is hosting a Spring Craft Sale! 
Join us for a day of fun! 
Come out to explore 30 tables full of wonderful and unique crafts, baking, and direct sales.
Refreshments will be available, and a silent auction will be held.
Find the perfect gift for Mother's Day! 

TO RENT TABLE SPACE, PLEASE EMAIL, OR CALL 204-253-4175.

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May 1 at 11 AM - 4 PM
Kildonan Park

Beltaine in the Park, honouring Egyptian gods and goddesses and the four quarter will again represent the 4 colours of the world. 
Volunteers for the quarters and drumming and music welcome. 
Inclusive and healing will be the focus this year. And water as healing and fertility.

Vendors welcome. We do not charge for the tables. We will gladly accept donations.
We are not paying for the site this year to guarantee it just plan to be there early. 

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May 1 at 9 PM
The Handsome Daughter, 61 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B2

SUMMERING - Vancouver psychedelic post-rock 

BETH - ex-Pop Crimes, first show, etc, blah blah

VAMPIRES - Noise rock 2 piece fun times

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May 2 Doors at 8 PM
Garrick Centre, 330 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2G6
Tickets, also at Music Trader / 18+ No Minors
$32.50 / VIP (Priority entry, meet & greet, photo/signing opportunity & VIP lanyard) 
$102.50 + S/C available online at Unionevents.com & Ticketfly.com GA 

UNION EVENTS & 92 CITI FM PRESENT 
The Suicide Girls: Blackheart Burlesque is unlike any other burlesque act you’ve seen filled with pop culture references, high energy indie soundtrack and the sexiest choreographed strip tease to make your inner nerd explode with striptease performances in tribute to Star Wars, Orange Is The New Black, Donnie Darko, Clockwork Orange and more! 

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May 3 at 8 PM
The Good Will - Social Club, 625 Portage, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2G4
Tickets are $20.50 Ticketmaster and at the Winnipeg Folk Festival office 

The Winnipeg Folk Festival presents Simon Townshend, the Who's secret weapon for the past 20 years. He was born the son of England’s top big-band reed man, Cliff Townshend, and younger brother of The Who legend Pete Townshend. Simon has been recording and performing since the age of nine, when he added vocals to The Who classic Tommy.

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April 26 - May 24 8:00 p.m.
West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1Z8
Tickets are $20.00 per show or $50.00 for the full series pass. Visit for more info.

One Trunk Theatre, together with the West End Cultural Centre and UMFM 101.5 present 204FM, a comedy radio series performed live weekly with broadcast to follow. 
A new episode debuts every Tuesday! 

Directed by Andraea Sartison.
Written by Gwendolyn Collins, RobYn Slade, Toby Hughes, Ross McMillan and William Jordan. Performed by the writers, Gord Tanner and guest musicians.

Each performance will feature an opening set by a guest musical act, followed by the radio play with live sound foley. Each episode will be broadcast on UMFM Fridays at 7:00 p.m. 

In the early 1900s unfortunate mistakes bind Hermes, the god of travel, in gold. Now a statue, Hermes is passed from one continent to the next, bringing bad luck and a feeling of “stuckness” everywhere he goes. World powers unite and decide to send him to a place in the middle of nowhere… Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Hermes has perched atop the Legislature and we call him the golden boy, a statue reeking a feeling a apathy and not letting anyone leave. Enter regular Winnipeggers who are sucked into an adventure exploring the city and meeting a cast of characters, from the Grey Nuns to Burton Cummings, who give them a new perspective. 

A hilarious roller coaster ride through time, winters, socials, and mysteries, '204FM' is a uniquely Winnipeg buffet, created by top Winnipeg comedians and theatre artists for the citizens of our one great city.

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May 4 Doors at 7:30, show 8 PM - 10:15 PM
The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2B9
Tickets Available

Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids Winnipeg   19+
Do you still have any of your childhood or teenage writing? Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids is an open-mic evening of book reports, poetry, diary entries, letters from camp, etc. — all read out loud by adults to a room full of strangers.  Sign up to read

This event will be recorded, and selections may air as part of a radio broadcast or podcast.

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