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Concerts

 

WSO: Celebrating 50 Years of Motown

Centennial Concert Hall, 2 p.m. Tickets $23.75-$92.00 at WSO Box Office, 204-949-3999, wso.ca

Tia McGraff

Unitarian Universalist Church on Wellington Crescent at Academy, 7 p.m. to benefit Oak Table Community Ministry. Tickets $20.

 

Theatre

NCIS: Canadian Affair Celebrations Dinner Theatre, 5 p.m. Canad Inns Fort Garry; $28.95 to $64.95 at 982-8282.

 

Out and about

 

Canary and Finch club

Oak Hammock March, noon to 3:30 p.m.

 

Dance

 

RWB's Dance Downtown

Open house 1 to 4 p.m. RWB Building located at 380 Graham, and across the street in the grand foyer of the Manitoba Hydro Building.

 

Literary

 

Bev Pellick

Launch of Daily Eating: Gluten & Dairy Free, 2 p.m., McNally Robinson Booksellers.

 

Nitespots

 

Aqua Books (123 Princess St.): Great Aunt Ida

Cavern (112 Osborne, downstairs): Open Mic Comedy

King's Head (120 King): All the Kings Men

Palm Room (Fort Garry Hotel): Elmer Negado

Tavern United (MTS Centre): JJR

Tavern United (826 Regent): Tom Dunlop

Times Change(d) (Main & St. Mary Ave.): Jam hosted by Big Dave McLean

Upperdeck Sports Bar (McPhillips Station Casino): Pepe Cortes

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 30, 2012 A10

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