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Welcome to Community Calendar!

Welcome to the first issue of Community Calendar, the new weekly newsletter from Canstar Community News, which publishes the East and West editions of the Free Press Community Review.

My name is John Kendle, I'm the managing editor of Canstar, and I hope you'll enjoy what we have to offer in our newspapers, on our website, www.canstarnews.com, and here in the Community Calendar newsletter.

We're hoping to turn this newsletter into a new kind of community billboard — a place where we can tell people about the events, activities and meetings taking place in your areas. Everything from the bridge club at the nearby 55-plus hall to rock concerts at Canada Life Centre and anything in between, from sports registration dates at your community club to where and when you can find a local farmers' market.

However, we won't be able to do this without your input.

We need you to tell us about those events, concerts, club meetings and activities using our online events calendar at www.winnipegfreepress.com/our-communities/events/

What’s this, you ask? An events calendar? Yes, we have now created a reader-driven database of events and activities for you to use.

You’ll find it in the blue menu bar at www.canstarnews.com. If you work for or represent a community group or organization that runs or presents events and acitivities, you can add them to the calendar where other readers and viewers can find them online. They may even show up in the events highlights we will feature in this newsletter each week.

I've included a select list of upcoming events below and I'd like to encourage you to check out the full database online.

And: if you'd like to get this newsletter and its event listings every Monday, sign up to receive this letter by clicking on the embedded invitation above.

I hope you enjoy Community Calendar. I'll see you next week...

John Kendle

John Kendle, Managing editor, Canstar Community News

John Kendle

EVENTS

Concerts/festivals

Festival du Voyageur

Until Feb. 27.

Parc du Voyageur (866 Rue St. Joseph)

Feb. 26, 10 a.m. – Brad Moggie, Madame Diva, Alexandre Tétrault; 2 p.m. – Double the Trouble, Jane and Kyle, Jonny Moonbeam

Feb 27, 10 a.m. – Michael Audette, Double the Trouble, The New Customs; 2 p.m. – Brad Moggie, Dana Waldie, Véronique Demers

Parc du Voyageur activities include historical interpretation at Fort Gibraltar, ice sculpting workshops, children’s playground, horse-drawn sleigh rides, snowshoeing, winter trading camp, National Snow Sculpture Symposium.

Centre cultural franco-manitobain (340 Provencher Blvd.)

Feb. 24, 7 p.m. – Petit Canada, feat. Mountain Seed, The Remedies, Bader Che, Ch’t’koot

Feb. 25, 8 p.m. – Sala, Rayannah

Feb. 26, noon – Concours de gigue Ca Claque!; 8 p.m. – Burnstick, Hello Fiasco

Feb. 27, noon – Concours de violin, Michael Audette

COVID health regulations in effect for indoor performances. Proof of vaccination and picture ID required. Masks are also mandatory.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.heho.ca

 

Film

Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival

Until March 15 — Online only. Compelling feature films, documentaries and shorts from around the world in a multi-theatre style format. For program details and tickets, visit www.winnipegfilmfestival.com

 

Galleries

Buhler Gallery (St. Boniface Hospital, 409 Tache Ave.): Until April 24 — Language of Detail,  works by Winnipeg artists Takashi Iwasaki, Christine Kirouac, and Paul Robles.  www.galeriebuhlergallery.ca

Cre8ery Gallery (125 Adelaide St.): Until March 1: Honour & Reverence: For the Land, the Animals & the Work of Men & Women, by Pat Bragg. www.cre8ery.com

 

Tell us about your events, concerts, club meetings and activities using our online events calendar at www.winnipegfreepress.com/our-communities/events/

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