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Sunday, May 1 (View map of this day's events)
Brandon &; District Learning Disabilities 3rd Annual Shopping Extravaganza

Free Admission

Home-Based Vendors including Pampered Chef, Gelmoment, Sunset Gourmet and many more. 

Make LD Matter


1-5 p.m., Victoria Inn-Imperial Ballroom, 3550 Victoria Avenue

Monday, May 2 (View map of this day's events)
South End Community Centre Annual General Meeting

The South End Community Centre will be holding its Annual General Meeting on

Monday, May 2, at 7:00

in the South End Community Centre

1140-9th Street

Come and get involved in your community!

Everyone is welcome to attend!


7:00 p.m., 1140-9th Street, 1140-9th Street
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 3 (View map of this day's events)
Spanish Courses

 

WILLING TO LEARN SPANISH THIS SPRING AND SUMMER? The Manitoba Alliance for International and Heritage Language Education Inc., offers the great opportunity to learn or to continue learning this beautiful language in a 10-week course.

 

 

 

Beginning Spanish level I

 

This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture for individuals who wish to learn it for the work environment or for their personal enrichment. Emphasis will be placed on phonetics, basic grammar patters and vocabulary. The course provides students with close interaction with native Spanish speakers.

 

Capacity: 15 students

 

Length: 10 weeks, from April 26 to June 23, 2016

 

Time: Tues. &Thurs. from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.

 

Instructor: H. Hernández

 

Place: Brandon University, Clark Hall, room 22

 

Course fee: $180

 

 

 

Beginning Spanish level II

 

 

 

This course is perfect for you if you already have basic Spanish knowledge and you want to increase your language skills and your understanding of more complex structures.  

 

Capacity: 15 students

 

Length: 10 weeks, from April 26 to June 23, 2016

 

Time: Tues. &Thurs. from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.

 

Instructor: E. Serrano

 

Place: Brandon University, Clark Hall, Language Laboratory

 

Course fee: $180

 

 

 

Registration at:

 

204 573-5360

 

maihlemanitoba@brandonu.ca 

 

This program is supported by the Department of Modern Languages of Brandon University.

 


from 6:30 pm to 8:00, BRANDON UNIVERSITY, BRANDON UNIVERSITY

Wednesday, May 4 (View map of this day's events)
Brandon NAOSH Launch

 

May 4, 2016, Shoppers Mall, Brandon, from 9:30 am – 5pm. There will be speakers and dignitaries in attendance at noon, for the official launch to join in promoting the event. 

 

Some of the great things you will see, is our first Safety & Health Exhibitor Zone. We have a number of safety associations and local businesses participating to support NAOSH Week in Brandon, while promoting injury prevention.  

 

We have a number of opportunities for attendees to win prizes all day on May 4, as well as, throughout the week. 

 

The intent of the day is to bring awareness and encourage people to think about safety and health at work, home, and in the community and that's just what the Brandon NAOSH Committee intends to do.

 

http://safemanitoba.com/naosh-week

 

For more information, contact

 

Greg Brown

 

204-729-2293

 

Greg.brown@brandon.ca

 


Noon, Shoppers Mall Brandon
Douglas Community Turkey Bingos

DOUGLAS COMMUNITY TURKEY BINGOS

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, FEB 10 - APR 27, 2016

DOORS OPEN AT 6:30, GAMES BEGIN AT 7:00

10 REGULAR GAMES, MEATDRAWS, BREAKOPENS, SHARE THE WEALTH

COME OUT AND JOIN US FOR SOME OLD FASHION BINGO - NO DABBERS NEEDED!


7:00 pm, Douglas Community Hall, Douglas Community Hall

Thursday, May 5 (View map of this day's events)
Spanish Courses

 

WILLING TO LEARN SPANISH THIS SPRING AND SUMMER? The Manitoba Alliance for International and Heritage Language Education Inc., offers the great opportunity to learn or to continue learning this beautiful language in a 10-week course.

 

 

 

Beginning Spanish level I

 

This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture for individuals who wish to learn it for the work environment or for their personal enrichment. Emphasis will be placed on phonetics, basic grammar patters and vocabulary. The course provides students with close interaction with native Spanish speakers.

 

Capacity: 15 students

 

Length: 10 weeks, from April 26 to June 23, 2016

 

Time: Tues. &Thurs. from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.

 

Instructor: H. Hernández

 

Place: Brandon University, Clark Hall, room 22

 

Course fee: $180

 

 

 

Beginning Spanish level II

 

 

 

This course is perfect for you if you already have basic Spanish knowledge and you want to increase your language skills and your understanding of more complex structures.  

 

Capacity: 15 students

 

Length: 10 weeks, from April 26 to June 23, 2016

 

Time: Tues. &Thurs. from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.

 

Instructor: E. Serrano

 

Place: Brandon University, Clark Hall, Language Laboratory

 

Course fee: $180

 

 

 

Registration at:

 

204 573-5360

 

maihlemanitoba@brandonu.ca 

 

This program is supported by the Department of Modern Languages of Brandon University.

 


from 6:30 pm to 8:00, BRANDON UNIVERSITY, BRANDON UNIVERSITY
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
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.

Friday, May 6 (View map of this day's events)
Brandon Community Orchestra in Minnedosa
Brandon Community Orchestra
conducted by Jarrett Fuller
&
Minnedosa United Church Choir
conducted by Elizabeth Gebauer
present a fundraising
Spring Concert
 Friday, May 6th, 7:30 PM
Tanner’s Crossing School, Minnedosa
 
Silver Collection at the door
Proceeds to support the Minnedosa Church Choir and the Minnedosa band program

7:30 pm, Minnedosa, MB

Saturday, May 7 (View map of this day's events)
50+Active Adult Living Suites - Open House

PLEASE JOIN US SATURDAY MAY 7TH

OPEN HOUSE @ FALCON RIDGE

 Private Tours 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

General Public 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

 

Call To Book Your Tour 204-573-3281 or 204-332-1416 or e-mail olebed@bridgeroad.ca

 

24-Unit Adult Living Suites

 

Attractive Features

 

·         Geared to Low Maintenance Lifestyle

·         Grass and Snow Yard Care Provided

·         Friendly Community

·         Private Balcony for each Suite

·         Indoor Heated Garage 

·         Ample Visitor Parking

·         Common Room with Kitchen Facility

·         Guest Suite

·         Central Elevator for Convenience and Ease

·         Security Entrances Controlled from each Suite

·         Engineered Sound Resistant Walls

·         Interconnected Fire Alarm System

·         1 BDR & 2 BDR Suites Available

·         Public WI FI

·         Pet Friendly

·         One Monthly Payment includes: Rent, Heat, Hydro, Water, Wireless Internet, Garbage Removal, Common Area Cleaning, Building Maintenance, Snow Removal & Yard Care.

 

Suite Features

                                       

·         Modern Elegant Suites

·         Spacious Kitchen with Large Corner Pantry & build in Microwave Shelve

·         Fridge, Range & Dishwasher included

·         Individual Temperature Controlled Suites & Hot Water Tank

·         Wide, Wheelchair Friendly Bathrooms & Hallways

·         Large Utility Room with Laundry outlets

·         Big Living Room windows with lots of natural light

·         All 2 BDR Suites come with 2 Bathrooms

·         Walk In Closet

 

Contact Graeme & Rhonetta Brown @ 204-573-3281  or Elena @ 1-204-332-1416

 

Retirement Living at Its Best!

 

Rent Yours Today!


11AM TO 4PM, Falcon Ridge Estates, 5 Outback Drive, Brandon, Mb R7C 0C7
Andrew Dunn Walk

This is the 2nd Annual Andrew Dunn Westman Walk to raise money to help educate and create awareness surrounding mental health issues and suicide prevention.  Research suggests that one in five Canadians will develop a mental illness at somepoint during their lives, yet it is estimated that almost everyone will be affected by them indirectly.  This is a family event so all ages are welcome.  All monies raised will stay in the Westman area to support mental health initiatives.  We want people to work towards a successful recovery, connect with and support each other, and to know they are not alone.  Together we can make a difference!  The event will proceed rain or shine.  Our cycling friends can also enjoy the designated route.  There is a free BBQ for participants following the walk.  There is also a Silent Auction and prizes for the top pledge collector and team awards. 

For more information or to get sponsor sheets go to AndrewDunn.org or contact Cathy at 204.721.4944 or by email at cat.davwilliams@gmail.com

         


9:30 am registration, Souris Curling Club, Souris Curling Club
Brandon Community Orchestra 30th Anniversary Concert
Brandon  Community Orchestra
conducted by Jarrett Fuller
will be presenting a
30th Anniversary
Spring Concert
Saturday, May 7th, 3:00 PM
WMCA, 20th & Princess, Brandon
Adults: $10
Students: $5
Children under 12: Free
Guest Performers: Brandon Community Band
conducted by Anna Penno

3:00 pm, Westman Centennial Auditorium
Brandon Pet Expo

Calling all four-legged friends! The Keystone Centre is pleased to announce the first domestic pet show for the region, being held this Spring. The Brandon Pet Expo will be held on May 7 & 8, 2016 in the Westoba Ag Centre.

The Brandon Pet Expo will contain educational seminars for the exploring, new and experienced pet owners. It will showcase experts from a multitude of pet-focused fields, and demonstrations on everything from having fun with your pet to keeping them healthy to training tips. A large pet-specific tradeshow will be open throughout the Expo.

Now accepting tradeshow and sponsor applications. 

Tickets: tickets.keystonecentre.com

Note: Please do not bring your pets to this event.  


Keystone Centre
Horticulture Garden Day

* *LEAP INTO SPRING* * hosted by HARTNEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
     Registrations begin 9:00 a.m. Program   $20.00 includes Lunch

1.  CONNIE LAGERQUIST (Peace Garden horticulturist) Containers, Etc.

2.  HOLLY MAWBY, Garden Dwellers  Farm (North Dakota's only culinary herb farm) - Herb Gardening—Growing and Using Herbs-a healthy way to spice up cooking with a few common, easy to grow perennial and annual herbs  with recipes and helpful cooking tips. 

3.  HOLLY MAWBY - The Unusual Garden
  Explore some little known but easy to grow vegetable and flower varieties that will add curiosity and wonder to your garden as well as food for the table or color to your home.

4.  CONNIE LAGERQUIST A Look at What's New for your gardens, beds, and containers.

Horticultural Displays & Sales   Door Prizes   EVERYONE WELCOME

For more information Call  858-2287 or edradcli@mymts.net


9:45 a.m. to 3:30, Hartney Centennial Center
Melita Nursery School Craft Sale

Melita Nursery School is having a craft sale!


When? MAY 7, 2016

What Time? 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Where? MELITA LEGION HALL, 95 MAIN STREET MELITA, MB

$3 per person at the door, 10 and under free!

 Enter for a chance to win great door prizes (1 entry per person)

 PLUS! Pulled pork on a bun for $5, Canned Drinks for $1 and Dessert for $1

Food is hosted by our local Pursuit Youth group from the Elim Chapel.



FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO BOOK A TABLE CONTACT:

DANIAL FORSTER @ 204-522-3376
or
Danial_F@hotmail.com

Hope to see you there!


10:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m, Melita Legion Hall, 95 Main Street, Melita, MB
Step Into Spring

Step into Spring Vendor Sale

Saturday May 7, 2016 - 10 am - 5pm 

Knox United Church Brandon

 

Come check out our amazing vendors :

Tupperware                JK Apparel                      Isagenix

Epicure                       Jamberry                        Jewellery in Candles

Mary Kay                     31 Gifts                          Sunset Gourmet

Norwex                       Origami Owl                   Steeped Tea

It Works                     Color By Amber              Avon

The Knit Side              Stella & Dot                   KTAK Fashions

Scentsy                      Pakvora Designs            Where Fire Meets Metal         

Watkins                     Gold Canyon Candles

Younique                  Homemade Items by Tiffany

Jamberry

There is no fee to attend, however we will be accepting donations

of Non-Parshiable Food Items to be donated to Samaritan House


10 am - 5 pm , Knox United Church, 451 18th Street


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