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Monday, March 30 (View map of this day's events)
Beginner Tai Chi Classes

Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism

offers Taoist Tai Chi Beginner Classes

beginning the week of Feb. 2-7, 2015.

We do welcome new participants at any time.

Location: St. Matthew's Cathedral

                403-13th St.

                Brandon, MB

Times: Mondays 9:30-11:00 am

            Tuesdays 5:30-7:00 pm 

            Wednesdays 7:00-8:30 pm

            Thursdays 1:30-3:00 pm

             Saturday Practices 10:00-11:00 am

Please call 204-571-0684 for further information.

Website: www.taoist.org

Registered Charity #11893 4371 RR0001

 

 

 

 

 


St. Matthew's Cathedral
Brandon Unity Study Group

Brandon Unity Study Group

Explore a positive spiritual journey through study, meditation and prayer.

Meets Mondays 7PM to 9PM 

For more information Contact 

GRACE 204 717 7474 or brandonstudygroupc17@gmail.com


7-9pm, Grace's home, Grace's home
Prairie Sky Yoga Classical Hatha

Improve posture and flexibility; relax and unwind.

Classes run from Jan 12 - Mar 23.  Classes cancelled on Jan 26 and Feb 16.

Contact Carolynn Derksen

204-728-4976

prairieskyyoga(at)gmail(dot)com

Drop-ins welcome or preregister.


8:00 - 9:00pm, South End Community Centre, 1140 - 9th St
Prairie Sky Yoga Power Fusion

Looking for a good workout?

Class Session runs from Jan 12 - Mar 23.  Classes cancelled on Jan 26, Feb 16.

Drop-ins welcome.

 

Contact Carolynn Derksen

204-728-4976

prairieskyyoga(at)gmail(dot)com


6:45 -7:45pm, South End Community Centre, 1140 - 9th St
V. - Thesis Exhibition by Candice Ringland
 

The Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art and The Brandon University Fine Arts Student Association are proud to host

 

V.

BFA Thesis Exhibition by Candice Ringland

 

Starting Wednesday March 25th until Tuesday March 31st, 2015 at the

Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art.

 

V. is a visual celebration of women’s individuality and sexuality.  By unabashedly displaying the most hidden parts of the female body through the use of paint and chewed bubble gum, Ringland seeks to remove shame and place the vulva in a position of strength and sensual power. Her artwork attempts to remove the stigmas that are associated with the vulva that arise from pressures in society and representation in the media.

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An opening reception will be held

Thursday March 26th from 7PM - 10PM – Food and wine will be provided

 

HOURS:

Wednesday to Tuesday from 2 - 6pm

 

Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art

   Brandon University

2021 Victoria Avenue (between 20th and 21st)

Brandon, Manitoba

 

Please Note:  The gallery entrance is on the north side of the Jeff Umphrey Centre, facing the parking lot to the South of the BU Phys Ed Centre.

Monday to Friday – between 2 - 4PM parking can be located in 2 hour parking on 21st street, otherwise parking in front of the gallery is available.

 

For more information, please contact:

 

Tim Brown

Gallery Coordinator

Sutherland.manager@gmail.com

 

or

 

Prof. Steve Gouthro

(204) 727-7332.

 

gouthros@brandonu.ca


2:00pm-6:00pm, Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art, Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art

Tuesday, March 31 (View map of this day's events)
50th Anniversary Canada Flag Exhibit

50th Anniversary of the Canada Flag Exhibit at 26 Fd Regt RCA - XII MB Dragoons Museum in the Brandon Armoury.     

The Canada Flag turns 50 years old       on 15 February 2015.    Each Tuesday from  3 Feb 2015 until 11 April 2015, come and see our very small exhibit about the Canada Flag.

Would you like to win a Canada Flag?  Enter our contest to win a Canada Flag.  Entry Froms are available at our Museum,  26 Fd Regt RCA - XII MB Dragoons Museum, as well as at Brandon General Museum and Archives(19- 9th Street Brandon).

Comment what the Canada Flag means to you on our Comment Board.

 

For more information,  please e-mail 2612museum@gmail.com or call us at 

204-717-4579   

Thank you!            

 


9am - 3:30pm, Museum in Brandon Armoury, 1116 Victoria Ave Brandon
Beginners Learn To Kick Box

Beginners Learn To Kickbox

6 Week Program 2x/week

Tues and Thurs

March 17 - April 23

Equipment Provided

For more info contact Renee Hunt at itsalifestyle@reneehunt.com

 


5:30-7:00pm, Knox United Church, Brandon, MB, Knox United Church, Brandon, MB
BU Chorale in Concert

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Join us for an opportunity to hear the splendid restored pipe organ at St. Matthew’s Cathedral! French masterwork for choir and organ, Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem, is featured, performed by BU Chorale under the direction of Andrée Dagenais, accompanied by guest organist Lottie Enns-Braun. Soloists include Emily Diehl-Reader (mezzo), David Playfair (bass), and cellist Leanne Zacharias. Tuesday March 31st 8:00pm St. Matthew’s Cathedral corner of Louise and 13th, Admission: $12, $6.

 

Please join us for this  transformative music experience!

 

For further information, please contact the BU School of Music at (204)727-9631.


8:00pm, St. Matthew's Cathedral, St. Matthew's Cathedral
BU Chorale presents Duruflé;'s Requiem

BU Chorale, under the direction of Andrée Dagenais with guest organist Lottie Enns-Braun is presenting Duruflé Requiem. Soloists include Emily diehl-Rieder and David Playfair with special appearance of Leanne Zacharias. Admission Adults $12; Students and Seniors $6. 

For more details: 204-727-9743


8:00pm, St, Matthew's Cathedral, St, Matthew's Cathedral
V. - Thesis Exhibition by Candice Ringland
 

The Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art and The Brandon University Fine Arts Student Association are proud to host

 

V.

BFA Thesis Exhibition by Candice Ringland

 

Starting Wednesday March 25th until Tuesday March 31st, 2015 at the

Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art.

 

V. is a visual celebration of women’s individuality and sexuality.  By unabashedly displaying the most hidden parts of the female body through the use of paint and chewed bubble gum, Ringland seeks to remove shame and place the vulva in a position of strength and sensual power. Her artwork attempts to remove the stigmas that are associated with the vulva that arise from pressures in society and representation in the media.

.

 

An opening reception will be held

Thursday March 26th from 7PM - 10PM – Food and wine will be provided

 

HOURS:

Wednesday to Tuesday from 2 - 6pm

 

Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art

   Brandon University

2021 Victoria Avenue (between 20th and 21st)

Brandon, Manitoba

 

Please Note:  The gallery entrance is on the north side of the Jeff Umphrey Centre, facing the parking lot to the South of the BU Phys Ed Centre.

Monday to Friday – between 2 - 4PM parking can be located in 2 hour parking on 21st street, otherwise parking in front of the gallery is available.

 

For more information, please contact:

 

Tim Brown

Gallery Coordinator

Sutherland.manager@gmail.com

 

or

 

Prof. Steve Gouthro

(204) 727-7332.

 

gouthros@brandonu.ca


2:00pm-6:00pm, Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art, Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art

Wednesday, April 1 (View map of this day's events)
Artist Talk - Amelie Proulx

BRANDON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL & ABORIGINAL ART AND

THE ART GALLERY OF SOUTHWESTERN MANITOBA PRESENT A PUBLIC TALK BY

 

Amélie Proulx

 

 

Detail of Jardinet mécanique II, 2013, Porcelain, glaze, steel structure, springs, motors, microcontroller, electronic circuit

 

Amélie Proulx received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Concordia University in 2006 and her Master of Fine Arts at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design

University in 2010. Her work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally, including participation in a survey of Quebec ceramics in Bandol, France.

She has participated in a number of residences including the European Ceramic Work Centre in The Netherlands and will be artist in residence at

Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark. She is a ceramics and visual arts instructor at the Maison des métiers d’arts de Québec

and Cégep Sainte-Foy in Quebec City

 

Proulx’s work is focused on transformation and process of natural phenomena. Although clay can be considered to be stable and permanent once fired, her

work acknowledges an ongoing state of transformation and slippage of meaning. Her multimedia installations often have a kinetic component that engages

 the viewer with the work, and challenges the assumed immutable permanence of the ceramic object.

 

 

 

Wednesday, April 1 2015 7:30PM

The Glen P. Sutherland, Gallery

2021 Victoria Avenue between 20th & 21st St.

Brandon, Manitoba

(Entry and parking behind Healthy Living Centre)

 

 

The Department of Visual and Aboriginal Art and the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba kindly thank the Canada Council for their financial support.


7:30pm, Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art, Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art

Thursday, April 2 (View map of this day's events)
Karaoke nights @ The Crystal

Party Jockeys Music is hosting karaoke at the Crystal every Thursday night! Come down and sing your favourite tune, along with enjoying your favourite beverages! We have a large library of music to choose from, so make sure to sign up early for more chances to sing!


9:30 pm, Crystal Hotel

Friday, April 3 (View map of this day's events)
Brandon Healing Rooms

We pray with you for physical healing, however we pray for other needs as well

We are a group of trained Christians  from several different Churches and  denominations in Brandon.

Walk in hours 10:30 am to 12:00pm

It is God's will to heal you!

For more information,  Phone Judy at

204 727 3605

 


10:30 to 12 pm, Brandon Vineyard, 1327 Rosser Ave.

Saturday, April 4 (View map of this day's events)
Hot Zone Yoga

Hot Zone Yoga classes will energize you!  Held at Prairie Sky Yoga Garden Studio where you can watch the deer nibble on native prairie gardens.  We're just 5 km west of Home Depot.

Two times to choose from 9:30-10:30 OR 10:45- 11:45.

Pre-registration required. 

Contact Carolynn Derksen

204-728-4976

prairieskyyoga@gmail.com


9:30 or 10:45, RR3 Brandon
K-9 Obedience Class

K-9 ENTERPRISE will be holding a k-9 Obedience Class at the Killarney Legion Hall, located in Killarney, MB. Cost is $65 per person/k-9. Coffee, treats, and food for the dogs will be provided. Class starts at 0900 on Saturday the 7th of March and goes until 1200- Break Lunch is not provided. From 1300- 1500 we will be doing practical skills and putting what you have learned into use. I ask that only 1 dog per person attend so bring the dog that needs the most work. Every handler must have their k-9's leashed and during the class the k-9's and their respective handlers will be spaced out enough so if any dogs have aggression issues they won't bother the other dogs/handlers. 

For reservations please call 204- 523- 4934 or email

logue184@hotmail.com


0900-1500, Killarney Legion Hall, Killarney Legion Hall


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