- February 18
- 2-3 p.m.
- Forks River Trail (of course)
Archive for January, 2017
Subject: Red Carpet Event, a fabulous pre-Oscar night fling
Help create a more accepting society through the power of music.
Join us for a great night of dining and entertainment at Rainbow Harmony Project’s 5th Annual Fundraising Dinner, Art Auction and Cabaret, the Red Carpet Event.
Walk down the red carpet and enter the glittering dining room to the sound of the Jonathan Alexiuk Trio. The choir, soloists and ensembles will be performing Oscar winning songs before and after each of the 4 course dinner. Leave the event with a beautiful piece of art from the silent and live auction – there will be some non art items too. Tickets are $145, EARLY BIRD $125 (until Jan 20). A tax receipt will be issued: $95 for full price tickets and $75 for early bird tickets.
Saturday, February 25, 2017
6:00 PM: Wine
7:00 PM: Dinner
Roblin Centre, Red River College Exchange District Campus
P308 – 160 Princess Street, Winnipeg, MB
$125 Early Bird (ends January 20, 2017)
Tickets Online or phone (204) 788-0937 or from Choir Members
Happy new year! Hope everyone’s had a good start to 2017.
It’s time to get LACE dinners going again, and it’s been suggested that we try Chaise Restaurant in St. Boniface for our next gathering. They have a slightly different approach to how they serve meals, so check it out: http://www.chaisecafe.com
We’re looking at meeting at the restaurant at 5:30 p.m. for drinks and 6:00 for dinner on February 10.
If you’re interested in joining the group, please email email@example.com before February 5 and we’ll get that party started!
| Women’s March on Winnipeg Solidarity March with Women’s March on Washington
Portage Place – Centre Court
This march is organized by Black Space Winnipeg, CUPE Local 2348, IRCOM, Women’s and Gender Studies Student Association – Uof M, Winnipeg Labour Council and Women’s Health Clinic.
This march is to stand in solidarity with people gathering all over Canada and the world in support of women’s rights. The march represents and welcomes people from all genders, races, abilities, religious communities, political affiliations and sexual orientation. It will serve as a platform for women in the most marginalized communities to speak and be heard.
ALL genders welcome.