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Archive for January, 2019

Ibsenfest: Hedda Re-Imagined

Hi All
A couple of us are going to see Hedda Reimagined at the Dalnavert  museum Monday February 10 at 7 pm.  We can meet at the museum at 6:30. The show is only an hour long so if anyone is interested we can go for drinks after the show.
If you would like to go you can order your tickets at https://heddareimagined.brownpapertickets.com/
Email judith.weidman@gmail.com if you are interested.
The Dalnavert is located at 61 Carlton Street.
PS. Sorry about the wonky formatting … for some reason the line spacing isn’t adjusting. Must be the temperatures. Even the letters are huddling up. 😉
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Festive Get Together (via Kelly Black)

The winter version of Festive Fridays is happening at Club 200 (190 Garry Street) on Friday, February 1. This tends to be women ‘d’un certain age’ who gather for drinks and dinner starting at 4:30 p.m.

Here’s the note that Kelly Black sent out:

What a great turnout we had in January…over 30 people!

Great food, happy hour prices, wonderful entertainment, meat draws. Come on down and meet some old and new friends.  You just never know who is going to show up.

See you then. 

 

 

 

Book Launch February 22

Queer writer Laurel Johanson is releasing her debut novel, a lesbian space opera called All Things Mortal. The launch will take place at the Travel Alcove in McNally Robinson Booksellers Grant Park on Friday, Feb. 22 (7:30 to 8:00 p.m.). All are welcome to come to celebrate with the author!

Event is wheelchair-accessible.

Keep an Eye on this …

Saravati is proud to present its annual event to celebrate International Women’s Week.

This year’s theme is Here I Am. They will feature an array of stories about embracing identity with pride and coming into one’s own.

Monologues from playwrights across Canada, as well as performance pieces, will be featured in shows at various locations throughout the community and our two public performances.

March 9th shows at 4 and 8 p.m. at the Asper Theatre. More details to follow closer to the date but here’s the website in the meantime: http://sarasvati.ca/season/iww-2019-cabaret-of-monologues/

Shawna and Lorri: The Local Sky Tonight (Feb 3)

Shawna and Lorri are performing a “part planetarium show and part rumination” on Alice in Wonderland at the Gas Station Theatre (445 River) at 7 p.m. on Sunday, February 3.

Most of you will know Shawna and Lorri as “The Lesbian Rangers” or from “We’re Talking Vulva” (http://www.shawnadempseyandlorrimillan.net), so you know you’re in for an amazing show!

Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-local-sky-tonight-a-shawna-dempsey-lorri-millan-performance-tickets-54545113904?fbclid=IwAR2ygGMBMIxt6wdXXsVPbziyelkpHP9_Isg2axBIQuSUzmYLF9k3n1GVCZk

Click on “donation” to pay the suggested $10 (or whatever you can manage) for your ticket. If you are getting multiple tickets you’ll need to repeat the “donation” process for each person.

Hope to see you there for the Winnipeg debut of this show!

 

 

 

Dinner before Many Friends Concert

Just a quick reminder about the Many Friends Concert coming up next Saturday. If you’d like to join the group going to Buccacino’s before the concert, please email praxis2121@gmail.com before Wednesday.

Many Friends Concert

Rainbow Harmony Project is presenting Many Friends on Saturday, January 26. Some of the LACE gals will be going for dinner beforehand. If you’d like to join the group, email praxis2121@gmail.com.

  • CONCERT – 7:30PM
  • CRESCENT FORT ROUGE UNITED CHURCH
  • 525 WARSAW AVE.

Along with the choir, there will be:

  • Spoken Word Poet Janine Brown
  • Red Sisterhood Singers – Artistic Director: Sara Clefstad
  • Representative from Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc. (pre-concert talk at 7:15pm)

Tickets are $15 ahead of time and $20 at the door. They can be purchased at https://www.rainbowharmonyproject.ca/concerts-1/.