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Folklorama pavilions slated for southeast

Six local venues to host cultural festivities each week

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Winnipeg’s annual festival of cultural celebration once again promises to offer up a melting pot of sights, sounds and smells in a carnival-like atmosphere.

This year’s Folklorama will run from Aug. 4 to 17. There will be 46 pavilions located across the city and there will plenty going in southeast Winnipeg.

Here’s a list of the upcoming local pavilions in Week 1, which will run between Aug. 4 and 10:
• Africa — Holy Cross Gym, 290 Dubuc St.
• Caribbean — Centre culturel franco-manitobain, 340 Provencher Blvd.
• Celtic Ireland — Fort Garry Curling Club, 696 Archibald St.
• Cuba Va! — Notre Dame Community Centre, 271 Avenue de la Cathedrale.
• India — Heather Curling Club, 120 Youville St.
• Scotland — Glenwood Community Centre, 27 Overton St.

Week 2 pavilions will run from Aug. 11 to 17:
• Belgian — Belgian Club, 407 Provencher Blvd.
• Brazilian — Heather Curling Club, 120 Youville St.
• Chilean — Notre Dame Community Centre, 271 Avenue de la Cathedrale.
• Ireland-Irish — Holy Cross Gym, 290 Dubuc St.
• Canadien-Français — Centre culturel franco-manitobain, 340 Provencher Blvd.
• Warsaw Poland — Glenwood Community Centre, 27 Overton St.
For more information, ticket prices and showtimes, visit www.folklorama.ca.

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