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Thursday, February 26 (View map of this day's events)
Card Making Class - Card Holder Box

Card Holder Box

Join us for a ladies night out and a fun evening of card making.  

Make a cute little magazine holder style box to organize all your handmade greeting cards.  Also, choose 2 cards from the Card buffet to make and add to your box. All are welcome to attend.

Date:  Feb. 26th

Time:  7-9pm

Location:  639-24th Street

Cost:  $10

RSVP to Jenn by Feb. 21st to reserve your spot.


or register online at






7-9pm, 639-24th Street
Eliza Au - Artist Talk

Eliza Au received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (2005) and her MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University (2009). Au’s work is ceramic based and centers around the process of slipcasting.  She is interested in how sacred space is transformed by the use of pattern and geometry in Gothic and Islamic architecture.  Her large scale ceramic and glass based projects investigate how systems work and how they relate to symmetry, repetition and scale.


She has previously completed residencies with Greenwich House Pottery (NYC, NY), The Museum of Contemporary Craft (Portland, OR), and the Corning Museum of Glass (Corning, NY).  Recent exhibitions include the 66th Scripps Ceramic Annual at Scripps College and The RBC Emerging Artist People’s Choice Award at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto, ON.  She has taught previously at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design, the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and the Alberta College of Art and Design.  Currently she is a visiting professor at the University of Iowa in Iowa City.



Thursday, February 26, 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, 2021 Victoria Avenue
Gowen's Brandon: Then &; Now

Gowen's Brandon Then and Now

Proudly presented by the Daly House Museum and the S.J. McKee Archives, Gowen's Brandon: Then & Now features 47 historic photographs side-by-side with modern day images of the same locations. The exhibit aims to contrast Brandon during a period of unprecended development (c. 1911) to the cityscape we see today.

Frank Gowen, a British a British trained photographer, known for his scenic images, arrived in Brandon around 1906 at the height of the city's expansion. By 1911, he had partnered with another local photographer, Alexander C. Davidson, to form Davidson & Gowen. Carefully selected from more than 150 Frank Gowen photographs held between the Daly House Museum and the S.J. McKee Archives, the exhibit features photographs taken by Gowen and his business partner as well as by Gowen alone. The now images were taken by local photographer Graham Street during the latter half of 2014.

The exhibit, which was funded by the Manitoba Heritage Grants program, will be on display concurrently at the Daly House Museum's Exhibit Gallery (122 18th Street) and the Tommy McLeod Curve Gallery at Brandon University's John E. Robbins Library (270 18th Street) from January 22 to April 30, 2015.

There will be an opening reception hosted at the Daly House Museum on January 21, at 7:00PM.

Brandon University and Daly House Museum
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

Saturday, February 28 (View map of this day's events)
ACCSA Pond Hockey Tournament


9:00 a.m. - 5:00p.m., POwer SMart Waterfall of Lights Skating Oval, McGregor Avenue
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


9:30 or 10:45, RR3 Brandon
NFB Film ";Everything Will Be";

The Brandon Public Library will show an adult National Film Board documentary called, "EVERYTHING WILL BE".  This documentary captures the subtle nuances of a culturally diverse neighborhood-Vancouver's once thriving Chinatown-in the midst of transformation.  The community's oldest and newest members offer their perspectives on the changing landscape.  Night and day a neon sign that reads "EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT" looms over Chinatown.  The big question is-for whom?  The documentary is on Sat. Feb. 28, 2015 at 2 pm in the Program Room .  Free admission.

2 pm, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Ave.
Parents, Friends, and Family of Trans Folks Social/Peer Support Group


Parents, Friends, and Family of Trans Folks Social/Peer Support Group


This isa group for parents, friends, and family members of transgender individuals to meet, get support, give support, and/or just hang out and listen.




Next Meeting: Saturday February 28th, 2015 at 7-9PM.


Please contact Rune for location.




For more information about the LGBTTQ* Community in Westman, please connect with Rune Breckon, LGBT* Program Facilitator SERC Brandon:  204-571-3282 /

7-9PM, Please Contact
Singles Dance







8 p.m. - midnight, Park Ave. Activity Center, 311 Park Ave. E.

Sunday, March 1 (View map of this day's events)
Gord Bamford In Concert

Brandon Area Community Foundation 


Gord Bamford with Special Guests 

the Boom Chucka Boys

Sunday, March 1, 2015

at the 

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

7:30 P.M.

Tickets Available

WMCA Box Office 


Buy Online

or by calling 204-728-9510


7:30 PM, Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Monday, March 2 (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.


Registered Charity #11893 4371 RR0001






St. Matthew's Cathedral
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



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



6:45 -7:45pm, South End Community Centre, 1140 - 9th St

Tuesday, March 3 (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 or call us at 


Thank you!            


9am - 3:30pm, Museum in Brandon Armoury, 1116 Victoria Ave Brandon
Armstrong's War

Professional theatre comes to Brandon as the Royal MTC brings their touring productin to Brandon.  Starring Heather Russell, a former Brandonite now working as a professional.  The production played at the Warehouse in Winnipeg last fall to very positive reviews.  The story of two characters, 12-year old Halley Armstrong and Corporal Michael Armstrong, an Afghan veteran in a rehab centre.  Pathfinder Halley arrives in a wheelchair to read to Corporal Armstrong in order to earn her Community Service badge.  Tickets at the WMCA box office.

8:00 PM, Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Wednesday, March 4 (View map of this day's events)
Globus Journeys Presentation

Globus has more than 80 years experience showing people the world.
Learn more at our CAA Presents evening with Globus rep Connie Szczerba.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Riverbank Discovery Centre
1-545 Conservation Drive
Brandon, MB
7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)


or call your CAA Travel consultant at 204 571 4102


7pm, Riverbank Discovery Centre, 1-545 Conservation Drive

The westman Local Members,

Member's family, guests


Potluck - Bring a cooked dish of wild meat or any other food you would like to share.

Harvester Display and Info Session - All are welcome to bring their horns, hides, photo's and stories.

                        TRADITIONAL MUSIC & PRIZE DRAWS


                            HALL OPENS AT 5:30pm FOR SET UP

                            DINNER AT 7:00 pm


                 Southwest Region Metis Centre Hall

                 656 6th street

                 Brandon, Mb


For more info contact  RICK BEAM at 204-727-8558




Woodland Farm Food Consultation

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Can Manitoba develop a wild food industry?

Wooded lands in Manitoba's agricultural zone are rich with foods, and offer an untapped opportunity for economic diversity. The Woodlot Association of Manitoba (WAM), with support from Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (Growing Forward 2 program), is holding consultations in March and April to evaluate the potential for creating a sustainable woodland foods industry. We want to know what you think.

March meetings: March 2, 2015, 7-9 pm, Bignell Room, Kikiwak Inn, OCN

            March 3, 2015, 7-9 pm, Meeting Room, Canway Inn, Dauphin

            March 4, 2015, 7-9 pm, Salon 1, Victoria Inn, Brandon


Contact: Mike James, 204-663-0408 or email

7-9 pm, Salon 1, Victoria Inn, 3550 Victoria Ave., Brandon, Salon 1, Victoria Inn, 3550 Victoria Ave., Brandon

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