A safe place to play

The Dalhousie Parent Advisory Council is hoping to raise over $209,000 to replace the decaying play structure and create a brand new playground behind Dalhousie School (262 Dalhousie Dr.). From left: Jaime Webster, principal Marina Wilson, vice-principal Jennifer Bracken, Suzanne Pothe and daughter Justine Pothe, 3.

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Spring Bike Repair Workshop Series

Learn basic bike mechanic skills with these free workshops at the Bike Dump, Winnipeg's oldest volunteer-run community bicycle education centre. April 11 - Spring Tune-up April 18 - Gears and Shifting April 25 - Brakes Bring your ...

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