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February 1, 2017

Aid for Victims of Quebec Shooting l Petitions: Welcome Refugees & Abolish the Electoral College l Walk for Human Rights l ChristieFest benefit l Oak Hammock Marsh Events l Zumba l Comedy for K9 l Yoga l Bingo Bowl l Art Documentation l Festival du Voyageur Events l Nu Sound l I.O.U. Video Festival

Helping the families and victims of Quebec mosque shooting

Six lives were lost and eight people were injured when a gunman opened fire in a Quebec City mosque during evening prayers on Sunday. 
Let us take this opportunity to show our solidarity with the victims and encourage love, tolerance, and unity. All funds raised are going to be distributed to the families by Islamic Relief Canada. Please Donate here

Islamic Relief Canada is the largest faith-based NGO in Canada and a leading institution representing the interests and voices of Canadian Muslims. Inspired by our faith and guided by prophetic values, we stand in solidarity with marginalized communities globally and we are striving for a more just world.
Islamic Relief Canada is a Registered Charity, Tax ID 821896875RR0001


To Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and 
Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Ahmed Hussen
Tell Trudeau: Welcome Those Fleeing Violence and Deportation Under Trump


To President Donald Trump, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate: Amend the constitution to abolish the Electoral College. 

February 4, 12 PM - 1 PM
The Forks, 1 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4L9

Winnipeg Walk for Human Rights · Hosted by Brian Bowman
Please join me and many others as we walk in solidarity to show our support for diversity, inclusion, and human rights.

Winnipeg today is a growing, diverse city. Our compassion, diversity, and acceptance of new people and cultures are what make us strong. Now, more than ever, is a time for compassion. It is a time for us to embrace our values of openness, acceptance, and diversity, and it is a time to ensure fear does not triumph over hope and humanity.

February 12 at 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre Warehouse
Admission is by donation – suggested donation $15      
e mail for more info

As part of RMTC’s ChristieFest, this special benefit reading of A Murder is Announced will take place with 11 of Winnipeg’s best actors. And you, the audience, get the chance to sleuth along with Miss Marple.

The residents of Chipping Cleghorn are intrigued by an ominous announcement in the town gazette. Is there really going to be a murder that evening? Miss Marple, among others, cannot resist finding out. Many clues, twists, and turns later, Miss Marple solves the crime, showing that seniors can be canny mystery solvers. 
A brief intermission gives the audience the chance to guess "whodunnit" and one lucky detective will be awarded a copy of Christie's biography.

PAL Winnipeg is a not for profit, registered charitable organization dedicated to providing affordable housing and support services for older members of our community, particularly those in the performing and allied professions. 

Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre, 1 Snow Goose Bay, MB R0C 2Z0
For more information call (204) 467-3300 or e mail:

February 16 - 7 p.m. 
Astronomy Night - Auroras 
Learn about the beautiful auroras,with Gerry Smerchanski from the Royal Astronomical Society of Manitoba. An indoor presentation and an outdoor observation session with telescopes. Members $5, non-members $10.
February 18 - 1 p.m.
Birding Hour Workshop - Birds of Grenada
Naturalist Paula Grieef guides you through the avian world of this tropical island.
Workshop fee is $6 plus admission. Pre-registration required.
February 20 
Voyageur Day
Test your Voyageur skills through Voyageur Challenge and Bannock Tossing.
Learn how to make your own delicious Bannock at 11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.
Bring your skates and glide on Cattail Pond or play sponge hockey in the bay.
Sticks, nets and pucks available.
Try your hand at Snow Sculpting. Some tools will be available to borrow - 12 to 3:30 p.m.
Join an interpreter on a snowshoe walk and look for clues of activity by jackrabbits, coyotes and winter birds.
Until February 28 or the arrival of the first goose - First Goose of the Year Contest
Guess the date and time of the arrival of first Canada Goose at Oak Hammock. 
You could win a family membership for one year!
The first goose arrives between the end of February and the end of March. Last year it was seen on March 10. To enter fill out a ballot at the Interpretive Centre. 

February 18, 7:00 pm  (doors open 6:30 pm)
North Centennial Community Centre, 
90 Sinclair Street, Winnipeg, MB
Tickets $10   contact: Sheila: 204-979-0710
or Joel 204-230-4427

Zumba for a Cause - for Heart & Stroke Foundation
Hosted by D’Funtastic Crew

February 18 at 7:15 PM
Rumor's Comedy Club, 190-2025 Corydon, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3P 0N5
Tickets are only $20 Please message us for tickets.

Comedy for K9 starring Michael Kosta!     We are supporting our rescue, K9 Advocates Manitoba, a nonprofit organization devoted to assisting rural First Nation communities with the on going problem of canine over population.

February 18 at 4:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Yoga Public, 280 Fort Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1E5
$60 per person  Tickets   

Join Monica Angelatos and Lesley Brown for three hours of Thai Yoga Massage and therapeutic Acro Yoga. Cultivate connection, compassion and letting go as you learn to give and receive this lazy yogis practice. 

Thai Massage is a soothing practice, done fully clothed on a comfortable mat on the floor to help maintain normal range of motion and flexibility in the body. You will be guided in moving your partner through a series of yoga-like postures and Thai techniques. Both partners will have the opportunity to give and receive the sequence. The therapeutic flying of Acro Yoga uses the principles of Thai Massage along with gravity to further release and decompress the body. 

No prior experience with massage, yoga or Acro Yoga is required. Bring a partner with whom you feel comfortable being in close contact.

February 18 at 7 PM - 9:30 PM
Alpine Bowling Lanes, 20 Alpine Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2M 0Y5
Tickets $17.00 - e transfer and e mail with how many tickets you need and your address. We'll send you tickets or hold them at the door.

Come to Manitoba Pug Rescue's Annual Bingo Bowl Event!
Bring your friends and family to this fun night out and help support a great cause as well!
Individuals and Teams Welcome! Silent Auction, 50/50 Draw, Food & Pop!

February 18 – February 21
Cre8ery gallery & studio, 125 Adelaide Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0W4
Fee: $17 per piece

Dave's Art Documentation Special
Drop off art: February 18 between 12-5 pm   Bring art, USB stick, and the cash or cheque in a ziplock bag or envelop with your name on it for receipt. 
Pick up art: February 21, 12-6 pm 

Festival du Voyageur Events

The Forks, 1 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4L9

February 18 at 7 PM - 11 PM
FREE ADMISSION!  Everyone is welcome to attend!
Fierté d’hiver, presented by Festival du Voyageur and ROOM SERVICE Winnipeg, 
is a Winter Pride Celebration for Winnipeg’s LGBTTQ community!

Two-Spirited People of Manitoba will start the celebration with a traditional drum song and welcoming invocation, followed by a performance by Rylee Sandberg, a 7-year-old Anishinabe, Cree and Metis hoop dancer.

ROOM SERVICE Winnipeg has lined up a night of entertainment featuring Local DJ’s, a drag show performance by Lita Takeela! ROOM SERVICE has also teamed up with Alpha Records. Performing artists: Jerm the Worm, Fresh Fries and Farrison Hord.
February 19 at 4:30 PM - 9 PM

Rendez-vous on Ice (at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers)
Discothèque sur Glace - Discothèque on Ice
An event presented by Festival du Voyageur and Alliance Française du Manitoba! 

Up and coming artists in the local pop and electronica scenes are being brought together by Alliance Française du Manitoba to share their love of French music, from Gainsbourg to Daft Punk. And with one goal: to make you dance on the ice! Line-up:
À La Mode
DJ Kasm (Balanced Records)
DJ Beekeeni Official
Monsieur Iceberg aka Damien Ferland
DJ Cédric Le Fantastik
February 19 at 7 PM - 12 AM
Voyageur Park, Université de Saint-Boniface Portage Tent
233, boul. Provencher Blvd, Wpg, MB R2H 0G4

Soirée Célibataire / Singles Night, presented by Diamond Gallery
"A canoe for two!"
Join us for a fun, romantic evening hosted by Françoise Therrien Virgnon and DJ Co-Op. 
There will be games and competitions for the love birds and those searching for love! 
February 25 at 7:30 PM / Show: 8 pm - 11 PM
Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain, 340 boulevard Provencher, Wpg, MB R2H 0G7
$40 (plus GST and service fee)   Rushed seating   
Tickets on our website, the Voyageur Boutique (233 Provencher Blvd) or online   

Martin Sexton’s voice comes in a hundred impossible shades. His songs are sweet and spirited and soulful. His repertoire is like a cross-country tour of the American musical vernacular. – Boston Globe.
The activity and touring behind his records laid the foundation for the career he enjoys today headlining everywhere from The Fillmore in San Francisco to Carnegie Hall… and now, Festival du Voyageur!

Justin Lacroix, along with Joël Perreault, Joel Couture and Ivan Burke, delivers folk-rock with a touch of the blues, and is known for catchy melodies and colourful lyrics.

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

February 19 at 8 PM - 10 PM

Nu Sound Series 2017: Keith Price · Hosted by Jazz Winnipeg

Nu Sounds is about bold ideas and daring creative pursuits. The results have always been incredible and have delighted, engaged, and challenged. The ensemble will put their own spin on songs by artists like The Alabama Shakes, Wilco, The Weakerthans, and Sufjan Stevens, while creating a lyrical story arc that accompanies the incredible musicianship. It’s Keith Price like you’ve never seen him.
February 26 at 6 PM - 11 PM

The I.O.U. Video Festival is an event created for emerging filmmakers, by emerging filmmakers. The purpose of the festival is to have a place to screen the work of young filmmakers from the province of Manitoba and offer a community setting for networking.

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