“All kids should have the opportunity to play, and just enjoy being a kid. If we’re able to help them do that…it feels really good.”
One of Winnipeg’s favourite rock’n’roll sons jams with the WSO for three concerts.
Blending together bluegrass, folk, country and punk with some thrashing banjo licks.
Winnipeg’s Steel Orchestra presents wonderful array of beautiful tones, while sharing the ‘steel pan’ with enthusiastic sold out audience.
Toronto folk-roots-rockers bring joy with Christmas tunes and more from extensive catalogue.
The knives are out at the Mennonite Heritage Centre Gallery and over 130 people showed up on opening night.
She has taught hundreds of people to sing, even those who thought they couldn’t. Now, her renamed choir will again sing for charity, and honour their founder who is in hospital fighting cancer.
Kingston, Ontario band delivers two octane fuelled sold out shows at Pyramid Cabaret.
“If I won the lottery…,” the theme of the Wayne Arthur Gallery’s annual group show, features interesting art suitable for the pickiest on your shopping list.
Theatre Projects Manitoba celebrates its 25th anniversary with a campaign to grow its Agency Endowment Fund, ensuring financial stability for the next 25 years and beyond.