|Saturday, May 28 (View map of this day's events)|
|5th Annual Town Wide Yard Sale|
$10 REGISTRATION FEE: Gets your location and address of yard sale on the map. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 20th.
Register your Yard Sale at ACL - 216 Bridge Street or call 748-1444.
MAPS - $2 and will be sold at various locations around town.
For more information, stay tuned to the following page. Thank you.
9 am - 4 pm, Virden, Manitoba, Virden, Manitoba
|Brandon and Area Acquired Brain Injury Awareness Walk|
Join us for the 4th Annual Acquired Brain Injury Awareness Walk!
1:00pm Registration and check in
2:30pm Entertainment and refreshments
3:00pm Presentation and prize draws!
No entry fee, donations gratefully accepted.
For more information please contact Shirley at 204-725-3330
1:00pm - 4:00 pm, Riverbank Discovery Centre, Riverbank Discovery Centre
|Eco Day at the Global Market|
Come on down to the Global Market located at 12th and Rosser as we celebrate "Eco Day" on May 28th from 10am - 2pm!
Free compost, tree seedlings, eco checks by CAA and veggie seed packets! A day full of entertainment from MECCA Productions, Prince Eddy House Band, the Vikings Perform, face painting, gardening activities, fire breathing, learn how to make apple jam and so much more!
And because it's at the Global Market...we have a full market with lots of great vendors such as Brown Sugar Produce and River Valley Farms with great produce and more, Boissevain Bakery, Ten Thousand Villages with fair trade coffee and items, and a lot more!
Always a great time! See you at the Global Market!
10am - 2pm, Global Market, 12th and Rosser
|Manitoba Youth Job Centre Open for the Summer & Shoppers Mall Booth|
The Brandon Manitoba Youth Job Centre has opened for the summer and is offering free services to youth and students ages 12-29. They run the Odd Job Squad, which is an employment program for 12-16 year olds. This is designed to help them gain first time work experience and extra spending money through one-day and casual events. A job referral program is run for 17-29 year olds that can connect them with positions that fit their qualifications. Homeowners, businesses and employers are welcome to drop off job orders for any casual, part, or full-time positions that they may need filled (yard-work is always welcome). Resume, cover letter, job search, and interview help is also available with the centre.
The Brandon Manitoba Youth Job Centre will be at the Shoppers Mall on Saturday, May 28th from 9:30am-4:30pm where you can find out more information and get signed up.
Contact Abigail or Lynelle today at (204) 724-9172 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get signed up with the job centre. They are located in Room 127 of the Brandon Provincial Building (340 9th Street) and their hours are Monday – Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm.
9:30am-4:30pm, Brandon Shoppers Mall , 1570 18th St.
|Moms Without Borders 7th Annual Yard Sale|
We are looking for donations for our upcoming fundraiser:
Moms Without Borders 7th Annual Yard Sale
May 28th, 2016
Earl Oxford School Parking Lot
540 18th Street, Brandon
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Please visit our Donation Drop Off
TEAMS semi-trailer will be parked at 18th andRichmond
April 16th/17 th : 4-6pm
April 19th/20th/21st : 6-8pm
April 23rd/24th : 4-6pm
April 26th/27 th/28th : 6-8pm
April 30th/May 1st : 4-6pm
May 3rd /4th/5th : 6-8pm
May 7th/8th : 4-6pm
May 10th/11th/12th : 6-8pm
May 14th/15th : 4-6pm
May 17th/18th/19th : 6-8pm
May 24th/25th/26th : 6-8pm
Or call now to arrange pickup of your househouse items,clothes, furniture, etc.
Happy to pick up after garage sales.
(Please no T.V.s,Computers or wall units)
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m, Earl Oxford School Parking Lot, 540 18th St Brandon
PRAIRIE SOCIAL SINGLES DANCE
SATURDAY, MAY 28
PARK AVE. ACTIVITY CENTRE, 311 PARK AVE. E. 8 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT
LIVE MUSIC BY CATCH 22
ADMISSION: $12 MEMBERS/ASSOCIATES; $15 NON-MEMBERS
FOR INFO CALL LORRAINE 725-2389
8 p.m. to midnight, Park Ave. Activity Centre, 311 Park Ave. E.
|Spring Plant Sale!!!|
Brandon Garden Club's annual
SPRING PLANT SALE!
SATURDAY, MAY 28
9:00 a.m. until sellout!!!
The Parks Complex 2020 McGregor Ave.
More info—call David at 204.727.5664 email@example.com | thebrandongardenclub.weebly.com
9:00 am till sell-ou, Parks Complex, 2020 McGregor Ave,
|St. Mary's Anglican Church Basement Sale|
St. Mary's Anglican Church Basement Sale
Plenty of Treasurers and Great Prices!
Saturday, May 28th
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
First Street & Louise Ave.
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m, First St. & Louise Ave., 401 -1st Street
|Sunday, May 29 (View map of this day's events)|
|Brandon Lions Purina Walk For Dog Guides|
Dog Guides are provided at no cost to qualified applicants. Thanks to national sponsors, 100% of the funds raised from the Walk go directly to the six Dog Guide training programs. Dog Guides Canada has already provided their specially trained Dog Guides to more than 2,000 men, women and children from ages 4 to 88, all without any government funding. With your help more people can experience the mobility, safety and independence a devoted Dog Guide brings
We will be at the Brandon Pet Expo May 7th and May 8th for registration and General Info
We will also have a Raffle
9am Registration, 2720 Park Avenue, 2720 Park Avenue
|Manson's Second Annual Antique/Vintage Flea Market|
Vendors can contact Lil at firstname.lastname@example.org 20.00 for a 15 x 30 Ft. spot All proceeds of rentals and gate and concession go to Manson's Community Rink.
So come on all you collectors, junk gypsies, artisans, treasure seekers and what-ever and spend some exciting time with us.
Lunch & Refreshments available.
$2.00 admittance charge (12 and under free)
10:00 AM- 2 PM, Manson Mb. (Community Rink Grounds), Manson Mb. (Community Rink Grounds)
|Manson's Second Annual Antique/Vintage Flea Market|
Vendors can contact Lil at email@example.com $20.00 for a 15x30 Ft. spot(you supply your own table or props) All proceeds go towards Manson Community Rink.
So come on all you collectors, junk gypsies, artisans, treasure seekers and whatever and spend some exciting time with us.
Lunch & refreshments available.
$2.00 admittance charge (12 & under free)
10AM-2PM, Manson Mb. Community Rink Grounds, Manson Mb. Community Rink Grounds
|Monday, May 30 (View map of this day's events)|
|Trivia at the Double Decker!|
Join us at the Decker every Monday night at 8pm for TRIVIA with Kate and Aaron. Play as a team or individual against the rest of the pub, and win gift certificates! FREE to play, and a great time!
Who knew being smarter than your friends could be this much fun!
8:00pm, Double Decker Tavern, 943 Rosser Avenue
|Westman Floor Shuffleboard Club|
Our 2016 season of floor shuffle will start up in May. Shuffle will take place every tues. and thurs. @ 9:00 A.M. This will run from May to Sept. Equipment will be supplied , all you need to do is show up. Everyone welcome. Your first 2 outings are free to see if you like the game and if you do you are welcome to sign up. Exact start up date has not been confirmed as of yet because of upgrades to the courts. Contact Mel @204-726-4869 or Al @204-728-4856 end of apr. to confirm start up dates.
9:00 A.M, Riverview Curling Club, 420 Maryland Ave.
|Tuesday, May 31 (View map of this day's events)|
|Author Reading - Letters to Brian by Martha Brooks|
On May 31st at 2:00pm Martha Brooks, author of Letters to Brian will be at Brandon Public Library for an Author Reading and Book Signing event.
Letters to Brian is a memoir chronicling the year after Martha loses her husband to brain cancer. Although particularly poignant to readers who have lost a loved one, Letters to Brian speaks volumes to anyone who has undergone loss and is looking for inspiration on how to deal creatively with grief.
For more information please contact Brandon Public Library at 204-727-6648 or Brandon@wmrl.ca
2:00pm , Brandon Public Library, 1-710 Rosser Avenue
|Wednesday, June 1 (View map of this day's events)|
Do you walk in the evenings on a regular basis? Do you enjoy meeting people? Would you like to reward others being physically active? If you've answered YES, then Healthy Brandon in motion has a volunteer opportunity for YOU!
Be a secret walker with the Walking and Wheeling Wednesday program, which runs May 25 - July 13. Time commitment: only once per the 8 week period.
If this sounds like something you are interested in, please contact Healthy Brandon in motion at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to hear from YOU!
5 - 7 PM, city wide
|Wheat City Lawn Bowling Open House|
Wheat City Bowling is hosting an Open House on June 1, 2016 for people to come and try the sport of lawn bowling. Lawn bowls will be supplied. Instruction about the game from 6:30 - 7:00 pm with a friendly game to follow. Bring your friends!
6:30 PM, 345 Park St in Rideau Park
|Thursday, June 2 (View map of this day's events)|
|BabyTime at the Library|
This is a program for caregivers and babies ages 0-18 months. Come to the library and meet other parents and babies while we sing, read and play! This six week session on Thursday afternoons at 2:30 between May 19th and June 23rd will include singing, rhymes and a short storytime.
The session will be about 20-30 minutes long and afterwards you are welcome to stay to read, socialize and play.
BabyTime is a lap-sit session, sometimes we will be in chairs and other times we will be on the floor, so please bring a blanket for baby to play on.
Space is limited so please call the Children's Department at 204-727-6648 to register.
2:30 PM, Brandon Public Library, 1-710 Rosser Avenue
|Direct Marketing Your Meat Products Workhsop|
If you are a producer and you want to explore the possibility of direct marketing your meat products, this workshop is for you. Topics include:
- regulatory requirements
- understanding provincial abattoir and meat processor expectiations
- understanding how to calculate product pricing
- first hand story from a producer who currently direct markets his meat products
- available resources and services
Please contact: Jayne Kjaldgaard 204-461-2978 or email email@example.com
Cost is $20 per person.
4:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m., Riverbank Discovery Centre #1-545 Conservation Drive, Brandon, Riverbank Discovery Centre #1-545 Conservation Drive, Brandon
|Snak The Ripper|
SNAK THE RIPPER for the first time in Brandon MB with Junk, Golden, Capitole D, and Fallen Ones!! With opening support by Justinsane and more!! Come party on a Thursday at Houston's for only $10 ADVANCED or $15 @ at the door! Doors open at 8 and the shows done at 11 so make sure you come early! Not done drinking at 11? Stay for Houston's ladies night! And did I mention 4.50 drinks all night?? Brought to you by Prairie Dawg Entertainment with the help from our awesome sponsors C.R.E.A.M. Clothing, Fat Panda, B.O.B Headquarters, and Innk Blott Tattoo and Piercing! LETS GET IT BRANDON!!
Tickets available at C.R.E.A.M. Clothing, Fat Panda, B.O.B. Headquarters, and Innk Blott Tattoo as well as online at -
8 pm - 11 pm, Houstons Roadhouse, Houstons Roadhouse
|Summit Toastmasters Organization|
Toastmaster clubs provide a supportive and positive learning environment for members to develop and practice communication and leadership skills, which in turn fosters self-confidence and personal growth.
Please join us for a complimentary morning of fun and learning!!!!
Please call Debbie at 728-6074 for more details.
7:00 AM, Clark Hall Building, Room 212-270 18th Street Brandon, Clark Hall Building, Room 212-270 18th Street Brandon
|Tyler Gilbert live at the Prairie Firehouse|
Indie sensation Tyler Gilbert will be performing at the Prairie Firehouse as part of his "Go Big or Go Home" 2016 tour in support of his brand new album "The Montana Kid". This event is free admission.
As far as accolades go, Calgary born, Saskatchewan based singer/songwriter Tyler Gilbert has been nothing short of an indie sensation since releasing his 2008 debut EP Vos to his current release The Montana Kid(2016). He’s done national tours all over his native country, from Vancouver and Edmonton to Toronto and Montreal; performed at countless major festivals, including the Canadian Country Music Award Festival and Canadian Western Agribition; done national tours of the U.S. from LA and Salt Lake City to Chicago and Cleveland to Nashville and Kansas City; and performed live on Global TV and CTV while his music hit the playlists of top stations all across Canada. Recently endorsed by Steve Clayton USA Picks and Shubb Capos.
8:30pm, Prairie Firehouse
|Friday, June 3 (View map of this day's events)|
|Pass the Pie|
PASS THE PIE day is fast approaching. This is an annual FUNdraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Brandon.
How it works: Someone pays $5.00 and orders a pie by June 2nd. The person receiving the pie on June 3rd has 3 choices. Take the pie in the face(yes we have caps and garbage bags to keep you clean) Pass it on to co-worker, friend, family member, etc. for $5.00 or pay $50.00 and the pie is sent back to the person who sent it to them and they have to take the pie!
And no we do not just smack someone with a pie. The person has to choose one of the 3 options.
To order your pie call Big Brothers Big Sisters at 204-727-1787 or come down to the office at 153A - 8th Street.
9:00 - 4:00, Brandon, 153A - 8th Street Big Brothers Big Sisters
|PrairieCon XXXVII - Canadian Settlers of Catan Championship|
|Join us here in Brandon, Manitoba for our premier event, the Canadian Settlers of Catan Championship with a chance to win a trip to the International Championship in Colorado during September! We are a long-running tabletop gaming convention, boasting 37 years of continued support of the westman gaming community. Come play card, miniature, role-playing and board games at our annual event. Register online at our website. Pre-registration starts May 1st and goes until May 29th. Feel free to check message us at our Facebook page, with the 'contact' page at our website or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the event organizers directly. Hope to see you there!|
all weekend, Assiniboine Community College, East Campus, 1430 Victoria Ave East
View the events above plotted on a Brandon city map
View all events for the month of:
|Discussion Group Topics
|Classified Ad Marketplace