Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 12/8/2014 (1100 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Take me out to the ball game. Buy me some peanuts and Crackerjacks … or fresh-squeezed lemonade and chocolate-covered bananas.
A Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball game is just one way to enjoy a warm summer evening. The Goldeyes offer an affordable, family-friendly event, complete with fireworks and enthusiastic ushers, mascots and Dancin’ Gabe to keep the crowd jumping. A big bouquet to Gabe — the most passionate fan of Winnipeg I’ve had the pleasure to know. I suggest you bring a glove to the game to catch the variety of flying objects, ranging from errant baseballs to shirts, ice cream bars and hot dogs.
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I recently tried a new type of yoga workout — on water!
Shakti SUP offers paddleboard yoga at the Adrenaline Adventures recreation complex on the west Perimeter. I’m not experienced in yoga but I am comfortable on the water, so I presumed I had an advantage as we paddled out onto the lake.
The stretches themselves were a great workout but balancing on the paddleboard was the real exercise. If you’re ready to take on a new yoga format, you’ll need to make reservations in advance, as these classes fill up fast.
Many thanks Ashley – it was a blast!
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Come out to the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre Old Timers Reunion on Sun., Sept. 28 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Whether you were a member of the former Sturgeon Creek C.C. or the current Sturgeon Heights C.C., adults are invited to spend the afternoon reminiscing. Memorabilia from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s will be on display, and everyone is welcome to tour the new facility and see what it has to offer. Tickets are $10 and include a lunch and door prizes, with refreshments available at minimal cost.
You can contact Fay Townsend at 204-837-6384 to reserve your tickets.
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Readers are asking how I started writing for The Metro, so here’s the scoop: I have a full-time paying job and a full-time family job. I’m also a very busy volunteer in a variety of areas.
I’m not a professional writer but I love my community and this city, and I appreciate the opportunity to share my thoughts. I enjoy new experiences, and I’ll keep writing about them if I think others will enjoy hearing about them.
Wanda Prychitko is a community correspondent for St. James-Assiniboia. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org