We’re meeting at Luxalune (734 Osborne St, Winnipeg) at 5:30 tomorrow (Tuesday) to watch the Germany/USA match. The game starts at 6 p.m. Biggest selection of beers in the city, and they’ll reserve a corner near a screen for us. If you haven’t already done so, email firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know numbers!
Archive for June, 2015
The amazing Canadian gals are out of the finals, and so who will win the FIFA Cup? We’re going back to The Nob Bar in St. Norbert (3540 Pembina Hwy) on Sunday, July 5 to find out.
There’s free pool that day, so you can come for pre-game at 5:00 p.m. or just come for the game at 6:00 p.m. We had 20 gals the last time, so please email email@example.com by Friday evening, July 3, if you’re planning to attend so we can give them a heads-up.
More details coming shortly for a Tuesday evening gathering downtown to watch Germany-USA.
Come to The Nob Bar in the heart of St. Norbert (3540 Pembina Hwy) on Saturday to watch the Canadian team play England!
Pre game at 6 p.m. & game at 6:30 p.m. The bar has reserved the area by a large pull down screen, but we need to give them numbers, so email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday evening if you’re planning to be there.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) will pre-screen the groundbreaking new documentary film “To Russia with Love” Wednesday night (June 24, 2015) in advance of its national television debut on CBC, and host a discussion with its director and executive producer.
Directed by Noam Gonick and produced by Sundance Productions, the film explores the impact of Russia’s anti-gay propaganda law as the world converged on Sochi for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Its storyline follows activists and athletes trying to choose, amid the ensuing media frenzy, between staying silent or speaking out.
“The CMHR, as a national museum with its focus on human rights for all, foregrounds the important work being done by activists from all walks of life,” Gonick said. “Filming sports legends like Billie Jean King and Mark Tewksbury, we learned how trailblazing activists changed perceptions and made possible many of the freedoms we enjoy today.”
What: Film screening – “To Russia with Love”
When: Wednesday, June 24, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Bonnie & John Buhler Hall, CMHR (85 Israel Asper Way)
After the film, CBC Manitoba Radio One host Ismaila Alfa will moderate a question period with Gonick and Sundance Productions president Laura Michalchyshyn, who co-founded the company with Robert Redford. Capacity is limited for this free public event, so seats must be reserved in advance by e-mailing email@example.com .
Narrated by Golden Globe and Emmy award winner Jane Lynch, “To Russia with Love” follows the experiences of outspoken figure skater and commentator Johnny Weir, as well as athletes like diver Greg Louganis, speed skater Anastasia Bucsis, gold medal hockey goalie Charline Labonté, the Calgary Flames’ Brian Burke and many others. New Yorker magazine editor David Remnick is also featured.
The film will air nationally on CBC Television, June 25 at 8 p.m.
QPOC Winnipeg presents: The 2nd Annual “Colour Me Queer” dance party! This hip hop, dance hall, rap based, event is in support of QPOC Winnipeg’s scholarship fund, which will provide post secondary scholarships for high school students. QueerView is proud to support this event and this year’s collaboration is going to make this Pride event unforgettable!
Featuring ENERGY 106.1 DJ Rahdil, resident DJs Two Topping, and DJ C8E (an official Pride Main stage DJ), sick dancers, prize giveaways, and MORE!!!
Date: Sunday, June 14th, 2015 10 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Cost: $10 cover and a pay what you can option for those who attend the QTPOC “Drop The Mic” event beforehand. (details to come)
Location: Good Will Social Club 625 Portage Avenue
QPOC clothing/snapbacks will be available on site
Fully accessible, gender neutral washrooms
Supported by UWSA LGBT Center and Positive Space
Tickets available at Rainbow Resource Centre and by texting 204-770-9701/ 204-962-3052
In celebration of Winnipeg`s Pride festival and 2015 the year of craft, curators Disa Haldorson and Kristin Murray are proud to present: Queerious, Sexual politics and the queering of contemporary craft, a salute to the gay craft of Winnipeg.
Envisioned as a way to connect Winnipeg’s vibrant arts community to its diverse LGBT* community Queerious draws into focus the work of several emerging and established LGBT* artist from around Winnipeg.
Opening reception Thursday June 11, 6pm
Runs Thursday June 11th to Tuesday June 16th