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February 23, 2017

Bouffon Workshop l Ben Caplan l Make Poverty History l Dance l Brian McInnes l Kim Wheeler l Crash l Freeze Frame l Lake Winnipeg Migration l A Little Chaos l Duotang l BudSpud l Princess Ball l Circus Club l Playgroup l Keith McPherson l Reel Green Gala l Tanya Tagaq l STRFKR

March 30th, 7pm-10pm
April 1st and April 2nd, 9:30am-5pm (Includes breaks and 1 hour lunch)
PTE School, Unit Y300 – 393 Portage Avenue, 3rd Floor Portage Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3H6
Fee: Before March 6th $275 / After March 6th $325
Online www.pteschool.ca / Phone 204.925.5252 / Email education@pte.mb.ca

Bouffon Workshop with Eric Davis
Find your critical fun as we seek laughter through explosive parody, strange bodies, and a nudge from the devil himself. In the world of Bouffon, the audience is the joke. To play as Bouffon is to celebrate paradox!  

Eric Davis has been teaching and performing professionally for 20 years. He was the lead clown for Cirque du Soleil’s Iris (he originated the role) as well as the clown for Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam. He is a recipient of the NYC Golden Nose Award. His bouffon show, Red Bastard, was named top 5 shows in the U.K. and received a whopping TWELVE 5-star reviews at Edinburgh Fringe.

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West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1Z8

March 8 at 8 PM - 11 PM
$18.50 plus fees through Ticketmaster   

You loved 'em at the Fest, so we're bringing Ben Caplan and The Casual Smokers back.
As Ben Caplan releases his second album, he’s already gained a following from Australia to Europe and across North America. Caplan’s rough and textured tones cut through crowded halls; an enormous voice, roaring louder than raucous crowds. Once he has your attention, Caplan can croon smoother than a glass of single malt whisky.
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March 16 at 7:15 PM - 10 PM
$25 at the door / $20 online or at West End Cultural Centre 
Student tickets: $10 at U of W Info Booth and U of M Answers
Low income? Please call Social Planning Council of Winnipeg: 204-943-2561 ext 229 
or visit 432 Ellice Ave from 9 - 4:30 Monday - Friday

Make Poverty History Manitoba is proud to announce our first-ever awareness-raiser and fundraiser, featuring:
JD and the Sunshine Band, Tracy Bone
Bubba B the MC, Leaf Rapids, Riel Gentlemen’s Choir
Hosted by Nadia Kidwai from CBC Manitoba
Music has the power to bring people together and focus public attention on the critical issue of poverty in Manitoba. Much of Make Poverty History Manitoba's work is done through in-kind donations of time and resources, however funds are needed for events and materials to advance social justice and end poverty in Manitoba. 
More sponsors welcome! Please contact manitoba@makepovertyhistory.ca

Make Poverty History Manitoba is a coalition of non-profit, faith, labour and business groups working to end poverty in our province. 

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Mar 8 at 9 AM to Mar 12 at 7 PM
Pantages Playhouse Theatre, 555 Main St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P7

Winnipeg Dance Competition · Hosted by Thunderstruck Canada Dance
Thunderstruck Canada is excited to be returning with a Winnipeg Dance Competition. Routine order and performance times will be made available through your studio or you can access them from our Web App. Schedule   

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Room: Tier 307, Tier Building - University Of Manitoba, 173 Dafoe Rd, Winnipeg, Manitoba

March 8 at 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Winter 2017 Colloquium: Brian McInnes
“Sounding Thunder: The Stories of Francis Pegahmagabow"

Francis Pegahmagabow (1889–1952) was an Anishinaabe born in Shawanaga, Ontario. Enlisting at the onset of the First World War, he became the most decorated Canadian Indigenous soldier for bravery and the most accomplished sniper in North American military history. After the war Pegahmagabow served his community, Wasauksing, as both chief and councillor and belonged to the Brotherhood of Canadian Indians. Francis also recorded many stories about his life in a classic Ojibwe narrative. 

Scholar and Indigenous language advocate Brian McInnes provides insights on Francis’s words and world. Presented in their original Ojibwe, as well as in English translation, the stories reveal a rich relationship to the lands and waters of Georgian Bay. 

Brian D. McInnes, a faculty member in the Department of Education at the University of Minnesota Duluth, is a great-grandson of Francis Pegahmagabow. Sounding Thunder is his first book. Buy a copy  
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March 15 at 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Winter 2017 Colloquium: Kim Wheeler: “Online & Oral Traditions: Indigenous Media"

Kim Wheeler, an Anishinabe/Mohawk, is a writer and an award-winning producer living in Winnipeg. Her work on Unreserved, ReVision Quest, and Indian Summer has garnered her New York Festival awards. She also has won two ImagineNative awards. Wheeler currently produces Unreserved on CBC Radio One. She has been bringing positive Indigenous stories to the mainstream media since 1993. 

Dr. Niigaan Sinclair, UMNATV Colloquium Coordinator at niigaan.sinclair@umanitoba.ca
Department of Native Studies  http://umanitoba.ca/native_studies/

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March 9, Doors at 9 pm
Garrick Hotel, 287 Garry St, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1H9, Canada
Tickets (assigned seating) 
WARNING: Graphic Sexuality with Violence. 18+ Valid Photo ID
FREE POPCORN during all soldout events

Welcome to the FETISH MOVIE NIGHT!
9-10 pm: Hangout with drinks and music - Fetish/Kinky video presentation 
10 pm sharp - Movie Crash 
Fetish Attire is welcomed (but most certainly not obligatory)

Crash is a 1996 British-Canadian psychological thriller film written and directed by David Cronenberg. It tells the story of a group of people who take sexual pleasure from car crashes, a notable form of paraphilia. The film stars James Spader, Deborah Kara Unger, Elias Koteas, Holly Hunter, and Rosanna Arquette.

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March 9 – 1 pm
March 10 -10 am
Freeze Frame, 244-340 Provencher Boulevard, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 0G7

That Mennonite Joke film screening at Freeze Frame International Film Festival 

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March 9 – March 12
Gimli, Manitoba

Lake Winnipeg Migration 2017
Make Tracks to Gimli Manitoba and join the largest gathering of ice-fishing dream machines anywhere! SnoBear owners, vendors and sponsors come together for a few days of fishing, fun, tips, and more. Contact your SnoBear dealer for more information.

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March 10 at 5 PM
Winnipeg Cinematheque, Main Floor - 100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H3

Architecture+Film Series - A Little Chaos 
Hosted by Winnipeg Architecture

Set in 1682, this visually splendid and “thoroughly pleasant” romantic drama tells the story of Sabine de Barra (Kate Winslet), a talented and strong-willed landscape designer who succeeds in challenging both gender and class stereotypes by building one of the main gardens at the Palace of Versailles for the Sun King, Louis XIV (comically portrayed by actor/director, Alan Rickman). 
This opportunity leads her down a path of professional and romantic entanglements with the prodigiously cunning André Le Nôtre (b.1613-d.1700). Supporting roles well played by Stanley Tucci and (Harry Potter star) Helen McCrory. 

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March 10 at 9:30 PM - 1 AM
The Handsome Daughter, 61 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B2
$12 tickets at Music Trader, HD and online 

Duotang (SXSW send-off) with Silence Kit and The Sorrels  
Formed in the summer of 1995, the 2-piece band's mix of mod-rock and post-punk garnered critical attention, and in March, 1996, signed to Mint Records. Over the next 5 years, Duotang released three albums: Smash the Ships and Raise the Beams (1996), The Cons and the Pros (1998), and The Bright Side in 2001. All topped the college radio charts in Canada and allowed Duotang to tour across Canada, United States, and Europe. Now, 15 years after their last release, comes Duotang's newest album New Occupation

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March 11 at 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Reign Nightclub, 1792 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2G2
$22 each Tickets are available from Leslie Candy or Bennetta Benson
Tickets include a delicious chicken dinner and a free drink.
To help or donate: OHEYSAutismprograms@mymts.net or at 204-275-1498

Come out again this year for our Annual BudSpud Event in support of OHEYS Autism Programs! Every year we have a huge silent auction with tons of prizes, as well as 
a 50/50 draw and cookie sale! 

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March 12 at 1 PM - 4 PM
The Fort Garry Hotel, 222 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0R3
Tickets

The Sixty-Five Roses Princess Ball - Children are invited to bring their parents to a day of magic and fairytales in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada! Join us for an afternoon of children's activities, music and dancing, food and beverage, and more! 

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March 12 at 2:30 PM - 5 PM
Jubilee Place, 181 Riverton Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba
$10.00  Tickets online, Call (204) 791-3595, E-mail cccaclub@gmail.com 
(free Winnipeg delivery)
At the following mall locations:
Gizmos (Garden City, KP), Dynamic Cellular (St. Vital) 
and Dynasty Jewellers (Polo/Grant Park)

The 5th Annual Winnipeg Circus Club Fundraising Showcase! 
This annual family friendly event is always one of the best entertainment values in Winnipeg! See our members perform amazing feats of strength, skill, and coordination. You will see a couple hours of Winnipeg's best clowns, jugglers, hula hoopers, unicyclists, and contortionists performing for you.
Lots of great onsite and in-vicinity parking

Drop by one of our Sunday practices at the Broadway Neighbourhood Centre (1 pm-4 pm), try out some of our props, and pick up tickets while you are there! 

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March 12 at 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Sprockett's Doggy Day Camp, Unit 7-975 Thomas Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2L 1P7
$5/family

Join Boston Terrier & Pug Rescue of MB for our March playgroup.
Put an end to that cabin fever and get those furry friends some exercise.
50/50 Draw
All socialized dogs are welcome to attend 
All monies raised support the Boston Terrier & Pug Rescue of Southern Manitoba directly.

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March 14, 2 - 3 pm
Rady JCC, 123 Doncaster Street
Tickets $7 members / $11 non-members  call 204-477-7510     

Keith McPherson will be performing a tribute to John Denver and Harry Chapin, an hour of his favourite songs, along with Jef Doerr on piano at The Music and Mavens Series.
It will be a great one hour of music! Hope to see you there! Love, Keith Macpherson

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March 16 at 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre, 281 Donald Street, Wpg, MB R3C 5S4

Join the Manitoba Eco-Network for our annual Reel Green Fundraising Gala.
With host Terry MacLeod, the evening will feature a series of inspiring short films celebrating our natural environment and those working to protect it. We'll award the annual Anne Lindsey Protecting Our Earth Awards, serve great food and drink and have some fun eco-themed prizes and auctions. Proceeds support environmental education and action on climate change, water conservation, youth leadership, organic lawn care and more.

NEW FOR 2017: Fashion Show and Pop Up Thrift Shop!
Wear your finest second hand fashion as we highlight the alternatives to the fashion industry. Show off your second hand glamour on the green carpet!

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March 17 at 7:00 pm 
Riddell Hall, University of Winnipeg
Free and open to the public. No tickets or reservations are required.

Compelling throat singer from Nunavut, Tanya Tagaq
Her lecture will focus on the importance of the arts for the public good, including how Indigenous artists contribute to conversations about processes of reconciliation.

Recently appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada, Tagaq’s music and performance are a complex protest that links lack of respect for women’s rights to lack of respect for the planet, to lack of respect for Indigenous rights. The Arctic-born artist is an improvisational performer, avant-garde composer and experimental recording artist who won the 2014 Polaris Music Prize for an album called Animism. Her critically acclaimed follow-up, Retribution, is an even more powerful masterpiece.

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March 17, Doors 9:00 pm, Show 10:00 pm - 1 am
The Pyramid Cabaret, 176 Fort Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1C9 
Ticket 18+   No Minors 

Timbre Concerts Presents STRFKR, with guests, Psychic Twin
American indie dance-pop band, on tour with their latest Being No One, Going Nowhere.

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