September 10, 2016

Bulbs! l Thrift Shop l CMU Festival l Room Service #01 l Taste the Village l Walk/Run for Wildlife l Reptile Breeder's Expo l Wall-To-Wall X l Family Dance l Gonzo Drift Demo l March for Peace l Craft Show l Family Fun l Light The Night l WNDX

Vesey's Fall Bulb Fundraiser in support of 
Boston Terrier & Pug Rescue of Southern Manitoba (BTPRSM)

To place an order, please email us at

ORDER DEADLINE: September 24, 2016

Canadian Mennonite University, 500 Shaftesbury Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N2
(204) 487-3300 

September 22 at 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Come to CMU's Marpeck Commons to our Thrift Pop Up Shop. Find clothing, housewares, plants and furniture! Bring your reusable shopping bag to hold all your treasures. 
Show your receipt & get 25% off your purchase of coffee or gelato at Folio Cafe.
Contact Simone at, or 204-261-6381, with any questions.
September 23 – September 24  
CMU Fall Festival 2016, an event that offers something for everyone — students, alumni, friends, donors, and community members. 
Activities include a Face2Face conversation; a farmer’s market; a cyclocross bicycle race; alumni reunions; a folk festival featuring music by CMU students and alumni; the presentation of our Distinguished Alumni Awards; an opening program service; and more. This high-energy weekend features opportunities to connect, learn, play, and celebrate with the CMU Community.

September 23, DOORS AT 9PM / 10 PM - 2 AM
216 McDermot Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0S3, Canada

Room Service #01 - The first edition of Winnipeg's newest gay dance party! 
Featuring local DJ's Craig Ryan 10 PM - 12 AM and Jared Star 12 AM - 2 AM
Invite all your friends. Straight friendly. Everyone is welcome.

September 24 at 11 AM - 7 PM
Osborne Village

Taste the Village is now partnering with the Wall to Wall Mural Festival for 2016 to unveil the new murals of Osborne Village with a culinary twist. 
The Wall to Wall mural celebration will take place at the corner of River Avenue and Osborne Street, located at Little Sister Coffee Maker. 
The culinary activities will take place one block south at the Winnipeg Parking Authority lot. With places to wine, dine or sip and savour, the Village has a little taste for everyone.

September 24 at 9 AM
St.Vital Park
Questions? Email us at or call 204-510-1855.

4th Annual Walk/Run for Wildlife, Hosted by Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
This is PWRC's biggest fundraiser of the year. The money raised goes directly to cover the cost of care for the over 1200 wild patients PWRC admits each year. 
Please join us for a 5 km walk, 5 km run or 10 km run followed by pancake breakfast and meet and greet time with our Educational Ambassadors. Participants are encouraged to collect pledges from their friends and family either online or via our paper pledge sheet. 

September 24 – September 25, 10 am - 5 pm
VIP access 9 am Saturday ONLY with weekend passes available
Canad Inns - Polo Park, 1405 St Matthews St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0K5
(204) 775-8791
Tickets are just $10, with kids 12 & under FREE!!

The 2016 Manitoba Reptile Breeder's Expo

Wall-To-Wall X Events

September 24 at 2 PM - 5 PM
Little Sister Coffee Maker, 470 River Ave.
September 24 11 AM - 4 PM Coffee & tea available for purchase

Wall-To-Wall X - Gillies/Doucet/Baird
Join us in watching the creation of Little Sister Coffee Maker’s newest addition to their patio! Hannah Doucet, Toby Gillies and Natalie Baird will be painting throughout the day while local vinyl collective, The Jom Jom Club, plays their all-styles record collection!  
September 30 at 6 PM / Performance 7:30 pm - 10 PM
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre

Wall-To-Wall X Star Blanket Project X - ᒪᒫ Māmāow Community
Join us in celebrating this mural encompassing the parking lot of 611 Main Street by Kenneth Lavallee and emerging artists from Red Road Lodge. The event will feature a curated art exhibition by Niki Little, live music performances and the official unveiling of the work. 

The star blanket’s geometric representation of our morning star is intended to protect, empower, give comfort and hope to those wearing it over their shoulders. The design will commemorate and draw attention to missing and murdered Indigenous women. 

ᒪᒫ | Māmāow | Community - Win-nipi has been a site of Indigenous community for over 6,000 years, Win-nipi has experienced many histories, treaties and “developments”. Māmāow highlights the way Indigenous communities can be activated through art and creators. Lita Fontaine, Katherena Vermette, Jackie Traverse with Red Rising Magazine, and Jaime Black are artists who work with Indigenous community.
October 1 at 6 PM - 10 PM
Winnipeg Centre Vineyard, 782 Main St., Winnipeg, MB R2W 3N4
(204) 582-2900

Wall-To-Wall X NUIT Blanche X - RTMF BIKE JAM Launch
We will be launching the famous Rainbow Trout Bike Jam with a full free concert series and art programming! This will be the official unveiling of Winnipeg’s newest works by Bruno Smoky & Shalak Attack and The PA System (with mentoring artists Parr Josephee and Parr Josephee.) We’ve got the Main Stage going with some of Winnipeg’s best acts! A collaborative graffiti mural will be happening and youth arts programming with Jessica Canard.

Manitoba Music Main Stage: BEGONIA, 3PEAT and STUDIO 393
On The One Collective (Sponsored by Red Bull)
The Red Bull Sugga will keep the music grooving all night with On The One Collective. The Sugga will be a part of a moving light installation titled NU-HAUL by Inthemiddle. 

September 25 at 1 PM - 5 PM
The Good Will Social Club, 625 Portage Ave.
$5 per person, babes in arms are free. Every child MUST attend with parent or legal guardian. Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be available.

Mama Cutsworth's Family Dance Party!
Are you tired of being a small child that can't go out late at night and dance to Mama Cutsworth's DJ sets? Do you feel like listening to music other than lullabies or the theme song from Frozen?
Good news, kids of Winnipeg, there's a party just for you!
Featuring music your moms and dads will enjoy, like Madonna, Jackson 5, Blondie, David Bowie and Daft Punk, all played at reasonable volume levels that won't damage your precious ear drums!

September 25 at 1 PM - 5:30 PM
Springs Church, Winnipeg
$20 - Ride Along Pass available at 12:00 PM at the Gonzo Drift tent!

The Gonzo Drift Demo is one of the most action packed events Winnipeg gets to experience each year! Pro drivers showcase door on door drifting action along with driver stunts, motorcycle stunts and your chance to get a ride along with them!
Show Cars will be on display, with award winning cars from SEMA and all over Canada!

September 28 at 5:30 PM - 8 PM
Downtown Central Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Daniel McIntyre St. Matthews Community Association at 204-774-7005, 
Spence Neighbourhood Association at 204-783-2758, or 
West Broadway Community Organization at 204-774-7201 ext 3

Communities March for Peace and BBQ
Meet at 5:30 pm at Orioles Community Centre, 444 Burnell St., OR NW Corner of Sherbrook and Broadway. The Marches will wind up at Central Park at 7 pm with a community BBQ and free live concert by JD and the Sunshine Band! 

Hundreds of people from the seven West Central communities will come together to say 'no more violence' in our homes, on our streets or in our communities. Violence has touched many of our lives and it is time to support each other as we work to stop the cycle. 
The March is being put on by community organization Peace Partners that provide help to families, youth, adults and seniors. They will be on hand with information about resources. 
So bring your drums, signs and noise makers, and help us show the community that they are not alone as we walk together towards peace!
Mobility issues - please call to find out where you can meet us along the way. 

October 1 at 10 AM - 4 PM
Canad Inns Club Regent Casino Hotel, 2nd Floor, 
1415 Regent Avenue West Winnipeg, MB 
FREE Admission with "Mystery Bags” to first 50 Patrons

Spooks and Sparkles - Craft and Holistic Show
Shop with Over 50 Local Unique Crafters & Popular Vendors!
Get a Head Start on Christmas & the Holidays!
Face Painting with “Silly Faces” 
Free Balloons & Candy with Spooks The Clown
Door & Silent Auction Prizes
Proceeds to Children’s Rehab Foundation

October 1 at 12 PM - 10 PM
Lions Park in Warren, Manitoba

FREE Family Fun Day Hosted by Woodlands Community Development Corporation
- Wagon rides, Skateboard demos
- Face painting & kids games/activities
- All ages bubble soccer, Jumbo jenga
- FREE popcorn & cotton candy!
- Scarecrow display, Buskers
At 8:00 PM we will be screening a movie at the Warren elevator site - bring a drink and chair, popcorn will be provided!

Biggest Pumpkin Contest at the Warren elevator between 10 AM and 12 noon
Winners announced at 12:30 PM. Pick your pumpkin up at or after 3 PM.
1st prize: A pumpkin trophy and framed photo.
2nd prize: Photo displayed for 1 week on our Facebook page.

Scarecrow Contest - create your own scarecrow and display it in the weeks leading up to the event! We will accepti photo submissions via email to (include name, address and phone number).
We will announce the winner, who will receive a scarecrow trophy!
Bring your scarecrows on the morning of the event, where they can be displayed all day!

October 1 at 5 PM - 8 PM
The Forks

Light The Night Winnipeg Hosted by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada
Friends, family, co-workers walking towards a cancer cure!
The Forks Festival Park and Stage
Phone: 204-291-3642 / Email:

Join us for an evening filled with inspiration and hope, at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada’s Winnipeg Light The Night Walk, and help make a difference in the lives of more than 110,000 Canadians affected by blood cancer. 
Hold your illuminated lantern high: red for supporters, white for patients and survivors and gold for loved ones lost. Together we can bring light to the dark world of cancer.

October 2 at 7 PM - 10 PM
The Rachel Browne Theatre, 211 Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg

The One Take Super 8 Event Hosted by WNDX Festival of Moving Image
After more than a decade and hundreds of films, you would think Winnipeggers would’ve run out of original ideas for super 8 films. You would be wrong.
Over thirty new, never-seen-before small gauge reels will be added to WNDX's One Take Super 8 Event’s canon. Anything can happen in these single reel, unedited super 8 films. Audiences are guaranteed a one of a kind film screening featuring local talent on the big screen adding new treasures to a long history of totally independent and budget conscious filmmaking in the peg. 

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