The Winnipeg Foundation grants half a million dollars for major space upgrade project to Manitoba Museum’s Alloway Hall which will double in size and pave the way for world-class touring exhibits.
Sarasvàti’s Cabaret of Monologues provides a different perspective on gender and equality. This year’s theme: SuperWomen.
Billed as an evening of “films, food and fun”, Reel Green promises to inspire people and celebrate nature.
Very READ-y’s goal is to help start children on the path towards literacy and to wholesome and fulfilling lives.
You’ll go home with great art and a smile on your face, knowing folks living with HIV can continue to thrive in their loving transitional residence.
On the heels of several successful premieres, Rainbow Stage brings Sister Act to Manitoba for the first time.
Getting sober is only half the battle. The hardest times may lay ahead, once back in the community and facing the challenge of staying free of addiction.
Colleen Furlan will play Cosette in the company’s July 2015 summer blockbuster.
Resource Assistance for Youth takes unique approach to helping marginalized youth in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg’s first free meditation marathon features the practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation – a gift that keeps on giving.