Electric Vamp (Jan Smith and company) is playing early sets at the De Vries Legion (3900 De Vries Road, Henderson Highway and the Perimeter) on Feb. 28. They start at 7:00pm and finish around 11:00pm. There’s usually a small cover charge at the legions.
Archive for February, 2015
|Date & time:||08 March 2015 6.30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Free admission, but donations accepted|
|Event:||RAISING OUR VOICES: CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY|
|About:||Come join us for a special evening to recognize the work and contributions of women around the world. In spite of some progress, many challenges continue â€“ this will be a chance to raise our voices, in song and in verse, about injustices – and to honour the women and men that are making a difference. A no ticket event, but there will be a suggested donation to support Dr. Mugwege’s work at Panzi Foundation DRC.|
|Venue:||Westminster Church, corner Maryland and Westminster, Winnipeg|
|Organisation:||Institute for International Women’s Rights – Manitoba: Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, IIWR-Mb is founded to generate education, awareness, and action to promote women’s human rights.
Check out the Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/events/662171030579226/permalink/662171033912559/
SARASVATI PRODUCTIONS presents: International Women’s Week Cabaret of Monologues: Super Women!
March 7 at 4pm and 8pm
Get tickets here: http://sarasvati.ca/season/iww-super-women/
A LACE group is going to the 4 p.m. show with plans for dinner afterwards. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in attending.
Sarasvati Productions will again be producing and taking to the community a cabaret of monologues to celebrate International Women’s Week. This year’s theme is Super Women, which means that stories will focus on extraordinary women or ordinary women who have done incredible things! The evening will offer a diverse line-up of monologues by Canadian playwrights, performed by a talented local cast. It gives voice to women of all backgrounds and covers topics from the hilarious to the inspiring.
Note: Some of the monologues will contain strong language.
At the Gate by Sandra Drag
Performed by Elena Anciro
A remarkable woman’s tale of wrestling a family away from a horrific car accident. Poetically and ambiguously weaved, the story is related with increasing difficulty, until the truth unfolds.
Zelda with a Z, by Frances Koncan
Performed by Kim Kakegamic
The audience becomes… the audience, of a talk show! Zelda with a Z, is an exuberant and flustered host as she talks to us about her life with writer F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Glory Bound by Scott Douglas
Performed by Samantha Walters
A comic book come to life! Glory Girl attempts to escape her captors, but is she really bound against her will?
Loretta by Step Taylor
Performed by Lorraine James
Loretta lies to her drug addict son about losing her job so that he can focus on passing his exams and graduating, but the jig is now up.
An Inheritance by Jennica Grienke
Performed by Liz Whitbread
Get to know a little girl struggling with the death of her mother and a new understanding of what her father truly is. Meet a young woman, angry with God, and faced with a horrifying decision. Now meet Ida, reliving her trauma in the hopes of healing before it’s too late.
John Fubbister (also known as Isobel Gun) by Sandy Klowak
Performed by Mallory James
They said it was impossible- that the grueling work of a fur trader in the wilds of Rupert’s Land would break a European woman like a twig. Not if Isobel Gunn has anything to say about it.
Mutated by Carly Pokoradi
Performed by Jenna Jenna Leanne Hill
Travel the world! Go on adventures! Have a f$*k ton of… well, never mind. Bea’s exciting life plans are put on hold when she’s faced with a life-altering situation.
Urban Nun by Dave Carley
Performed by Jane Burpee
Probably the coolest nun at the convent in her day, this wildly rebellious woman reveals her thoughts on life and God through her time at the nun retreat.
Hi there, Out There Hikers.
There have been a few requests that we organize a winter walk. Here is our proposal:
A walk along the River Trail (on the Red River) from the Forks toward St Vital Bridge.
When: Saturday, February 28 at 1 pm
Where: We will meet at the Forks Market, in the in the glassed in area just south of the elevator, near the food court.
We will follow the River Trail, inspecting the winners of this year’s warming hut competition along the way. This year`s river trail is 6 km long. However, we will follow the consensus about how far we should walk before turning back to the Forks.
We can have hot chocolate together when we get back to the Forks.
If you would be interested in joining us, please “sign up” by emailing Thomas at email@example.com
(Should there be a storm that day or the trail unexpectedly closes early, we will send out a note of cancellation.)
Looking forward to seeing many of you there!
Thomas and Cheryl,
Coordinators, Out There Hiking
It’s going to be a great summer for women’s soccer fans! http://www.fifa.com/womensworldcup/
Pre-Sale tickets for the FIFA Women’s Soccer games have gone on sale for Visa cardholders (now to Feb 26) http://www.ticketmaster.ca/fwwc2015
The Dali exhibit at the Winnipeg Art Gallery has been extended. If you’d like to go with the LACE group on Friday the 13th (Dali would approve of this date!), you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
The group will meet in the lobby at 5 pm. Tickets are $18 for non-members and $4 for members.
Dinner will be at 6:15 at Dessert Sinsations, right behind the WAG. If you’ve already seen Dali (or aren’t interested in the melted-clock maestro) but still want to meet the group for dinner, you can also email email@example.com.