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Follow John Johnston as he captures the best of our city’s social scene from the red carpet to the cocktail circuit to the VIP events. Got a local soiree coming up the Free Press might attend? Tell John at john.johnston@freepress.mb.ca

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At the Exotic Animal Expo at Victoria Inn. For people who like their pets interesting, there's nothing like an exotic animal expo. Dozens of local breeders and store owners gathered at the Victoria Inn to display their exotic snakes, lizards, tarantulas and more. If you missed this one, there is a two-day event on Oct. 4 and 5. From left: Casey Trizpit (Winnipeg Reptiles), Bruce Kiesman, Steve Jones.

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