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October 18, 2018

Sunday Football l Music & Comedy Events l Half Marathon Clinic l Ingrid McMillan l Fundraisers l Country Music Awards l The Big Lebowski l Festive Christmas Events, including Eaton's Fairytale Vignettes l Giller Light Bash for Literacy

Every Sunday until Nov 18
The King's Head Pub, 120 King Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H9

Nott your typical Sunday - sponsored by Nott Autocorp & Torque Brewing Co. 
Football on all screens, dart boards, pool tables, pitchers of Torque. Awesome giveaways!! Be there for your chance to win a jersey EVERY Sunday night during the regular season! Plus the grand prize give away - an all-inclusive prize pack for 2 to the Green Bay vs. Minnesota game on Sunday November 25th!

Music & Comedy Events

The Knndy, 330 Kennedy at Ellice inside the Hotel Royal Plaza, Winnipeg
Tickets are available at the door.

November 2, Doors at 7:15pm / Show 8pm 
Kelly Hughes Live! Resurrection
Hughes is joined by comedian Carole Cunningham, Sierra Noble, musician Kenzie Jane, and a special guest!
November 3, Doors at 8pm / Show 9pm 
Comedy @ The Knndy: Donkey Kong Sucks!
Chad Anderson, Dione C. Haynes, Ana Damaskin, Troy Toderian, Sarah London
November 9, Doors at 7:15pm / Show 8pm 
Jazz Machine III: Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors w/Two Hip, plus special guest Fever Rose
November 10, Doors at 8pm / Show 9pm 
Comedy @ The Knndy

November 2, at 7 PM – 9 PM
Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club, 234 Main St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1A8

Raoul Bhaneja of Raoul and The Big Time (Toronto) returns to perform in a duo show with legend Big Dave McLean. The two have performed many times over the years, including a tour of Ontario and Quebec in 2000, in his hit play Life, Death and The Blues which tours across Canada, the Pan Am Games 2015 and 2017 at Koerner Hall. 
Two guitars, at least two harmonicas and a lot of blues!

November 6, 2018 at 7:30 PM
Burton Cummings Theatre, 364 Smith St, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2H2
Tickets   The event time is 7:30pm. Tickets listing 8pm will be honored at the door.

Tash Sultana - Flow State World Tour
Presented by Winnipeg Folk Fest

November 6, Doors: 8:00pm / Show: 9:00pm
The Pyramid Cabaret, 176 Fort Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1C9
Tickets: $27.50 (Incl. GST) + s/c   18+ / General Admission

USS (Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker) - Bonavista Tour
with guests The Elwins and Hotel Mira 

November 7, Doors 6 pm | Show 7 pm – 10:30 pm
The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2B9
Tickets $25 advance | $30 doors

Korpiklaani & Arkona
Three years since the last album, Finnish Folk Metal Superstars Korpiklaani offer their 10th album titled »Kulkija« (“Wanderer”).  »Kulkija« is their most natural sounding one. 
“It’s closer to how we sound on stage, and we’ll be able to play all new songs live, that’s for sure,” explains Jonne. 

November 11, 2018 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
Crescent Fort Rouge United Church, 525 Wardlaw Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0L9
Tickets are $15 at the door

Songs of Remembrance will showcase music about war, peace, death, and loss, as well as the music of composers whose lives were deeply affected by war. 
Featuring a wide range of musical styles, periods, languages, and composers, in various groupings of instrument and/or voice.
Michael Cutler, organ
Sandra Bender, soprano
Michael McKay, piano
Nathan Poole, violin

November 3, at 9:30 AM – 11 AM
Running Room (Pembina), 2095 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 5L1

Half Marathon Clinic - goal race Hypothermic Half marathon
18 week training program to train for a half marathon in February, Come train with us for the Hypothermic half marathon. Learn what to wear for winter running, how to dress for winter conditions and challenge yourself to run a winter half marathon.

Nov. 8 - 20
Fleet Gallery, 65 Albert Street, Winnipeg

In ‘Play to Audience: a social media addiction’ I take a critical view of social media culture and its implications to our humanity.

Seventeen small paintings on paper, 9” x 12”, of people taking selfies are painted quickly and intuitively, where observer becomes the observed and self consciousness is suppressed by the viewer as voyeur.  
Seven oil paintings, 28” x 34”, of theatre interiors are painted slowly and in many layers, as a process of fusing organic with inorganic elements.  

Loose outlines of human heads suggest at once a conscious, attentive audience, and an unconscious audience, oblivious to being ensnared by social media. 

I am interested in the gap between participation and addiction. At the heart of these paintings is our vulnerability of needing to fit in. There is an amoeba-like quality to how we move in and out of consciousness, where we vacillate between free and parasitic. 
Ingrid McMillan


November 9, at 5:30 PM – 10 PM
Hilton Winnipeg Airport Suites, 1800 Wellington Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H 1B2
Tickets: Adult Ticket (18+)  $75 - receives a $40 tax receipt
            Youth Ticket (17 and under) $50 / no tax receipt
            Group Bundle (6 tickets minimum) Save $30 when you purchase 6 tickets

Everything Chocolate - a fun and delicious fundraiser in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. Local vendors will showcase their chocolate products for sampling and will have product for sale. 
A glass of wine and appetizers are included in the price of your ticket.

November 10, at 6 PM – midnight
Hotel Fort Garry, Crystal Ballroom, 222 Broadway, Winnipeg
Tickets  - $200  
A tax receipt will be issued for the charitable portion of individual tickets, or upon request.

An Eve for ADAM
An Evening Gala Fundraiser for the Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM)
Please join us for an exciting black tie (optional) event.
The evening will include a swank Cocktail Reception, a tantalizing Dinner, a grand Silent Auction and, of course, Dancing the night away to the music of the Danny Kramer Band.

For any additional information about ADAM please visit our website
To learn more about our sponsorship categories, please contact our Gala Chair, Dr. Susan Rich, by email or by phoning 204-925-0040. 

November 10, Doors open at 6:00PM Show starts at 8:00PM
The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre, 281 Donald street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 5S4
Tickets are $35, plus taxes      18+ event

The Manitoba Country Music Awards
presented by the Manitoba Country Music Association (MCMA) and Dauphin’s Countryfest
This is an evening not to be missed as we bring the province's country music community together. Several of Manitoba’s top country acts, along with host Patricia Conroy, will entertain as the prestigious awards are handed out to the highest-voted artists. 

November 13, Doors 7:15 pm Show 8:00 pm – 10 pm
The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2B9
$10 Doors / $5 Advance through The Park Theatre, Music Trader and online 

Drink Special: $13 pitchers of Draft
The Park Theatre is proud to bring to you a screening of the Coen brothers classic The Big Lebowski. Come hang out with The Dude, Walter, Maude and Donny, fill yourself with dairy & liquor (Yes, white Russians will be on special) and enjoy the movie. Costumes are optional, but strongly encouraged.

ANDDD! Bowling afterparty at Park Alleys. 
Following the film the party moves to Park Alleys, for bowling, and more White Russians. 
Free admission.

Festive Christmas Events

November 15, 2018 at 10 AM – 4 PM
Manitoba Hydro, 360 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Manitoba Crafts Museum & Library presents the 9th Annual Festive Artisans Market!
Manitoba craftspeople will be selling their beautiful and functional creations during this sale of unique handcrafted items, including stained glass, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, wood, fabric, and more.

Visit: for more information

November 17, 2018 – January 6, 2019
Manitoba Children's Museum, 45 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4T6
Free with general museum admission

Eaton's Fairytale Vignettes
Explore a Winnipeg holiday tradition for all generations!
The Children’s Museum is pleased to be the home of the last original Eaton’s Fairytale Vignettes Display from the ninth floor annex of the Eaton’s downtown store – fully restored and open to the public for a limited time only.

Visitors of all ages will be delighted by the fifteen fun, fairytale vignettes that make up this classic favourite including Cinderella, Humpty Dumpty, Three Blind Mice, and more.

Guided Exhibition Tours
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 11:00AM and 2:00PM 
Included in general museum admission during the holiday season or 
$5.00 (plus GST) per person
These tours are also open to adult visitors unaccompanied by children.

We are pleased to offer guided tours to guests of all ages. 
Tours are offered in French on demand. 
Please register at least a day in advance at 204.924.4005.
To book a tour for your group outside of these times, please call 204.924.4005.

The Children’s Museum reserves the right to restrict admitting children unaccompanied by adults as well as adults unaccompanied by children.

November 18, 11am until 2:30pm
Scandinavian Cultural Centre, 764 Erin Street, Winnipeg 
Free Admission

Christmas Market & Cafe
We'll have locally handmade quilted items, knitted sweaters, hats and scarves available, as well as stained glass decorations, Viking replica items, Nordic style handcrafted Christmas decorations, and gift items for pets. 
Also a cafe serving imported Scandinavian food and candy, and home baking.

November 19, 2018 at 5:30 PM – 9 PM
McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 2A6
You may also purchase tickets in store or by phone 204-475-0483
Tickets must be purchased in advance.
Dietary issues should be recorded at the time of the table booking.

2018 Scotiabank Giller Light Bash for Literacy
A delightful evening of good literature, food, and interesting advocates in celebration of Canada's largest literary prize. Listen to local advocates from the community present each Giller shortlist nominated book, dine on a delicious meal, and watch the proceedings on television from Toronto. 

All proceeds benefit Frontier College. Canada's original literacy organization was founded in 1899 on the belief that literacy is a fundamental right.

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