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Roland Cactus Café and Variety Night

The Roland Cactus Café has a stellar line-up of Manitoba artists on Sat., April 9, 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm.), in the Roland Memorial Hall, in beautiful downtown Roland. Great entertainment provided by El Major, Swingtyme, Jelly B and the Kmart Shoppers, The Other Brothers, and Tom and Lori. It's an evening of great family entertainment. Refreshments will be available, admission is free, donations are welcome. Further information at http://www.mts.net/~tomlori/cactus.html

Where:
Roland Cactus Café - Roland Memorial Hall
45 3rd St., Roland, MB
1-204-343-2358
http://www.mts.net/~tomlori/cactus.html
When:
Saturday, April 9, 2011 from 7:15 PM to 10:30 PM
What:
Night Clubs > Coffee Houses
Neighbourhood:
Centre , City Centre , The Herald (Northeast) , Birds Hill , East Kildonan , East St. Paul , Elmwood , Harbour View , Lakeside Meadows , North Kildonan , Transcona , The Lance (Southeast) , Island Lakes , River Park South , Southdale , St. Boniface , St. Vital , Windsor Park , The Metro (West) , Charleswood , Crestview , St. James-Assiniboia , West End , Weston , Westwood , Wolseley , The Prime Times , The Sou'wester (Southwest) , Crescentwood , Fort Garry , Fort Richmond , Fort Rouge , Lindenwoods , Osborne Village , Richmond West , River Heights , St. Norbert , Tuxedo , Waverley Heights , Whyte Ridge , The Times (Northwest) , Brooklands , Garden City , North End , North West , The Maples , Tyndall Park , West Kildonan
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