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August 25, 2017

Art Hive l McNally Robinson September Events l Winnipeg Architecture Foundation Events l The Crosseyed Rascals l River City Jedi Ladies Night l Fibre Festival l Slo-Pitch 4 A Wish l Girl Guides

September 1 at 5 PM - 9 PM
Artsjunktion Mb Inc, 312 William Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 1P9
Free Admission

Join us for September's First Friday Art Hive. 
We’re celebrating ArtsJunktion's 10th Birthday! 
We'll be making fun birthday crafts including potato stamping and pop-up cards! 
Bring an item (cloth, paper) to stamp, or find something stampable in our depot. 

ArtHives are a free community crafting event, working to build community through creativity. Twice a month we gather together, everyone and anyone! Benefit from the wisdom and creativity of others while we share materials, conversation, and ideas. Bring friends, or be ready to make some new ones.

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McNally Robinson September Events: 
Phone 204-475-0483  (Toll-Free 1-800561-1833)

The Burton Trio
Friday September 1, 8:30 pm
Jazz

Artur Kivilaht
Saturday September 2, 8:30 pm
Jazz

Lizanne Lachance
Friday September 8, 8:30 pm
Vocal Jazz

Nadia Douglas
Saturday September 9, 8:30 pm
Jazz

The Peter Frohlich Trio
Friday September 15, 8:30 pm
Contemporary Jazz

Nightfall
Saturday September 16, 8:30 pm
Jazz

The Webster Brothers
Friday September 22, 8:30 pm
Singer/Songwriter

Bob Watts Trio
Saturday September 23, 8:30 pm
Jazz

Brian Chipney / Tim Cummings Trio
Friday September 29, 8:30 pm
Mainstream Jazz

Philip Collins / Keith Price Duo
Saturday September 30, 8:30 pm
Jazz


September 6, 7:00 pm
Margo Goodhand  Launch of Runaway Wives and Rogue Feminists: The Origins of the Women’s Shelter Movement in Canada.
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September 7, 7:00 pm
Armin Wiebe  Launch of Grandmother, Laughing.
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September 7, 7:30 pm
Shahla & Peter Nygaard  
Winnipeg launch of Decade of Discovery: A couple’s adventure that spanned the globe.
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September 8, 7:00 pm
Lyle Bauer & Robert Allan Young  Launch of What Doesn’t Kill You: The Lyle Bauer Story.
Attending will be former Winnipeg Blue Bombers Lyle Bauer, Chris Walby, David Black and other Blue Bombers’ Alumni. What Doesn’t Kill You is not a football story. 
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September 9, 7:00 pm
Shannon Dee  Launch of What Do You See When You Walk With Me?
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September 10, 2:00 pm
An Afternoon with Elaine Dewar, in conversation with Todd Besant and signing 
The Handover: How Bigwigs and Beaurocrats Transferred Canada’s Best Publisher and the Best Part of Our Literary Heritage to a Foreign Multinational
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September 11, 2:00-4:00 pm in the Community Classroom
Ixtapa Travel - Long Stay Winter Vacations Travel Presentation. Come to this travel presentation to learn more about Ixtapa Travel’s Long Stay Winter Vacations in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta, Croatia, Australia, New Zealand & the Cook Islands. 
RSVP to tanis@ixtapatravel.ca or 204-885-0618.
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September 11, 7:00 pm
Cantor Moshe Kraus  Winnipeg launch of The Life of Moshele Der Zinger: How My Singing Saved My Life. Co-presented by B’nai Brith Canada, followed by Q&A and book signing.
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September 12, 7:00 pm
Jason Robbins  Launch of MB Arch Vol_03 presented by StorefrontMB.
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September 13, 7:00 pm
Grant Cameron  
Launch of Charlie Red Star: True Reports of One of North America’s Biggest UFO Sightings.
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September 14, 7:00 pm
An Evening with Gail Bowen, in conversation with Catherine Macdonald and signing 
The Winners’ Circle: A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery. 
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September 16, 7:00 pm
Christine Hanlon  Launch of Out of Old Manitoba Kitchens.
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September 16, 7:30 pm
Sylvia St. Cyr  
Launch of Love vs. Fear: Conquer Your Fears by Trusting in God’s Incredible Love for You.
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September 17, 2:00 pm
Teresa Frigo-Delic  Launch of The Whispers of My Heart.
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September 20, 7:00 pm
An Evening with Wayne Johnston, in conversation with Neil Besner and signing his new book First Snow, Last Light.
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September 21, 7:00 pm
Pauline Dakin  Winnipeg launch of Run, Hide, Repeat: A Memoir of a Fugitive Childhood hosted by Erin Brohman of CBC Manitoba.
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September 21, 7:30 pm
Karen Bate  Launch of Steam: A Murder Mystery.
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September 22, 7:00 pm
Ann Brough  Launch of The Prussian Captain.
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September 22, 7:30 pm
An Evening with Sofi Oksanen  Discussing and signing her new novel Norma. Co-presented by the Finnish-Canadian Club of Manitoba of the Scandinavian Cultural Centre.
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September 23, 10:30 am 
Join us for the storytime launch of Cordell Barker’s The Cat Came Back. His animated short, The Cat Came Back, is one of the National Film Board’s most requested films.
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September 23, 7:30 pm
Natalie Thiessen  Launch of Colour Manitoba.  A portion of proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba.
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September 25, 7:00 pm
An Evening with Chef Lynn Crawford  In conversation with Alison Gillmor and signing
Farm to Chef: Cooking Through the Seasons.
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September 25, 7:30 pm
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Pre-Concert Chat with Ariel Barnes, “the outstanding Canadian cellist of his generation”, in the words of Bramwell Tovey. Barnes will discuss their September 26 concert with MCO Music Director Anne Manson this evening.
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September 26, 7:00 pm 
Suenita S. Maharaj Launch of
Rousing the Sleeping Giant: A powerful tale of mindfulness for life.
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September 26, 7:00 pm
Joanne Kelly’s Book Club - Adam Haslett’s Imagine Me Gone. Get in touch with John by calling 204-453-0424, ex 227 if you have any questions.
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September 27, 7:00 pm
David Camfield  Launch of We Can Do Better: Ideas for Changing Society.
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September 27, 7:30 pm 
Jeanne Martinson . Winnipeg launch of From Away – Immigration to Effective Workplace Integration. See more at www.martrain.org.
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September 28, 7:00 pm
The U of M Café Scientifique presents “High-Tech Humans: Exploring the Limitless Potential of Technology”  RSVP to: research_communications@umanitoba.ca or 204.474.6689.
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September 28, 7:30 pm
Joe Calendino  Speaking & Signing To Hell and Back: A Former Hells Angel’s Story of Recovery and Redemption featuring an introduction from co-author Gary Little. Calendino is the Executive Director of Yo Bro Yo Girl Youth Initiative and works with youth in some of Vancouver’s most vulnerable neighbourhoods.
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September 30, 10:30 am 
A Special Storytime with acclaimed children’s author-illustrator Marie-Louise Gay. Her latest book, Short Stories for Little Monsters, is a collection of illustrated stories that gives us a glimpse into the things children wonder about every day. 
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THIN AIR Afternoon Book Chats

September 25, 2:30-3:30 pm  Robert Everett-Green & Terry Griggs  
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September 26, 2:30-3:30 pm  Darren Greer & Andrew Pyper 
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September 27, 2:30-3:30 pm  Bill Gaston & Anne Fleming  
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September 28, 2:30-3:30 pm  Pasha Malla & Ahmad Danny Ramadan 
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September 29, 2:30-3:30 pm  Natalie Appleton & Kate Cayley

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September 1 at 7 PM - 9 PM
Winnipeg Architecture, 266 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0S8
Free Admission

Where Architects Live exhibit features homes designed by architects for themselves, from the 1950s to the present.
The exhibit will run from 1 September - 27 October, Thursday & Friday, 9 am to 4:30 pm.
Curator: Alena Rieger
With support from: Young Canada Works, Manitoba Association of Architects,
Canada Council, Canada 150 Community Fund
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September 6 at 7 PM
Artspace, 100 Arthur Street

Join us for an architectural tour of the Gault Building (Artspace), including a visit to the roof. Access to the roof requires the ability to climb stairs. There is a lift to the lobby.

The Gault Building is a good example of a Richardsonian Romanesque-style warehouse. The substantial masonry structure, designed by George Browne to accommodate the western expansion of Montreal dry goods wholesaler A.F. Gault and Co., was among the first large warehouses built in response to Winnipeg's rise as a regional distribution centre. Increased business due to an immigration boom soon prompted the firm to expand its premises upward by two floors and to the south with a six-storey annex.
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September 13 at 7 PM - 8:08 PM
Forth, 171 McDermot Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0S1

EXPO67: Mission Impossible
Directors: Guylaine Maroist,Eric Ruel,Michel Barbeau, Canada, 2017

Fifty years on the full story of Expo 67 mania is ready to be told, with never-before-seen footage. Watch this transformative moment in Montreal's history when a whole new island was added to the city, 847 buildings were constructed, as well as three bridges, trains, an amusement park and more in just over 1,500 days. Go behind the scenes to see how this ambitious World's Fair was conceived and created, and barely finished in time.
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September 14, 7 pm

Tyndall stone® Architecture Tour       
The Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, in partnership with the Winnipeg Public Library Local History Room, will offer a tour of Winnipeg buildings. Led by researcher Abi Auld, the tour will include a history of Manitoba’s Tyndall stone® and its use across Canada. The tour will be limited to 25 people and will require registration. You may send a note to waf@shaw.ca
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September 15, noon
Millennium Library, 251 Donald Street         FREE

The Art of Recovery   2015, New Zealand, Director, Peter Young   85 minutes
After a massive earthquake shakes Christchurch city to its foundations, amid the ruins and continuing aftershocks a vibrant community-led movement emerges, transforming the urban wasteland of the central city into a giant canvas for people to express their responses to the earthquakes and their hopes for the city.

Downtown has become a frontier of creativity where new ideas flourish. From simple acts of kindness to large-scale works of art, each is a gift to a recovering city. Projects like Gap Filler’s Dance-O-mat and Pallet Pavilion, the profusion of street art and Peter Majendie’s 185 Empty Chairs Memorial have become iconic symbols of the grassroots urban movement and provide sharp contrast to central Government’s big business, corporate driven approach to the rebuild of the city. Soon, a new city will arise, but whose city will it be?
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September 22, 7 pm
Cinematheque, 100 Arthur Street

Architecture+Film series: The Integral Man   Director: Joseph Clement  2016, Canada,
He decided against Frank Gehry, considered Rem Koolhaas and ultimately chose two young architects (Shim-Sutcliffe Architects) that would come to change contemporary architecture. 

Jim Stewart is the most published mathematician since Euclid, a concert level violinist, calculus professor, philanthropist, and gay rights activist. It took almost ten years to realize his dream, Integral House, which was completed in 2009. Designed around a stunning internal concert hall, it was hailed as a masterpiece by some of the greatest architecture and design critics in the world. Integral House, like Jim, was unlike anything else. Now confronting his inability to play violin as arthritis cripples his hands, Jim boldly faces his declining health, jumping head long into the role of impresario. As unexpected events unfold, Jim is left to make some of the most difficult decisions of his life.


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September 8 – December 8, 7 PM - 9 PM
Station 8 Cafe, 325 Talbot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
$5 Cover charge

Family-friendly Improv Every Second Friday of the Month!
The Crosseyed Rascals will perform two sets each night; a longer show with an intermission, and a shorter set of quick handles to end each night. 
What is improvisational theatre, or Improv? Well, take a bunch of talented actors with a basic story outline, add input from the audience, toss in a pinch of humour, throw in the anticipation of the unknown, shake that up and spill it onto a stage. That's Improv. 
Add a family friendly atmosphere and you've got The Crosseyed Rascals. 

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September 13 at 7 PM - 10 PM  Arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out paperwork.
Assiniboine Park Duck Pond, Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2C 0A1
Free Admission    Anyone is welcome 

River City Jedi Presents: Ladies Night!
Join us for anr introduction class being offered to all who identify as female for a chance to come out and learn more about sabre combat, meet like-minded individuals, and have some fun in an active and engaging environment! 
Between the age of 16-18 with parent/guardian attendance (do not need to participate) 
Between the ages of 12-16, with parent/guardian participation in class.
Please come ready in workout gear, with comfortable runners and water. 

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September 15 at 5 PM to Sep 16 at 4 PM
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Admission is $5. Free for 15 years and under as well as 75 years and older.
To attend a workshop, please register

Manitoba Fibre Festival 
A community gathering of farmers, artisans, and those who love high quality handmade fibre art. Join us for workshops, demonstrations, a fibre art show, a fantastic market, plus lots of inspiration and camaraderie. Visit the sheep and alpacas and watch a shearing demonstration. Bring your project and stay for awhile.

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September 15 – September 17
QX 104, 3rd Floor - 177 Lombard Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0W5
Sign up $100 per team 
(includes 15 weekend pass wrist bands) plus $900 in donations/sponsorships

Step up to the plate for for QX104’s Slo-Pitch 4 A Wish! This slow pitch tournament in support of Children’s Wish Manitoba will be held at John Blumberg Softball Complex. 
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September 15 – September 17
Bird's Hill Provincial Park, Oakbank, MB R0E 1J0

Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 
Our Canadian Spirit Shines On
Hosted by Manitoba Girl Guides

Save the date for this exciting provincial event celebrating Canada's 150th anniversary! 
There will be an option for a day event only. 

Stay tuned to the provincial website for updates.

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