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Tuesday, September 19 (View map of this day's events)
Duplicate Bridge

DUPLICATE Bridge lessons to start again for bridge players interested in perfecting bidding & playing strategies. 


9:30 am - 12:00pm, Prairie Oasis

Wednesday, September 20 (View map of this day's events)
20/20 TM Club of Brandon

20/20 Toastmasters will resume their meetings every Tuesday, starting

September 13, 2017 

at 4:30 PM

at Rotary Villa,

Unit A – 1340  10th St.

Brandon, MB.

Please contact

Bette at 204-726-4191,

Patti at 204-727-2042, or

David Boyce 204-717-1830  


4:30 pm , Rotary Villas, Unit A 1340 10th Street
Brandon Embroiderers

The Brandon Embroiderers meet every 2nd and 4th week of the month on Wednesdays. The group meets from 1:30pm to 3:30pm to stitch, do workshops, to share project they are doing. Anyone one is welcome to come. There are experience embroiderers if you need a hand or just want to be inspired and share your projects.


1:30pm, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba
North End Bingo

Nothing to do Wednesday afternoons ?? Come join us for a fun afternoon of Bingo !! Doors open at 12:30, early birds at 1:30. 

Bus stop right across the street! 


12:30 - 4:00, North End Community Centre, North End Community Centre
Overeaters Anonymous

Overeaters Anonymous meet Wednesdays 6:00-7:00pm and Saturdays 10:30-11:30

in the John Howard Boardroom at 153-8th St . For more information......

please call or text Debbie 204-720-4053 or visit oa.org.


6:00, John Howard Society Office Building, 153 8th St Brandon
Workshops!

The Brandon Garden Club presents

Great Workshops!!! with Master Gardener Gwen Beam

 

Wednesday, September 20 at 7:00 p.m.

 

Park Ave. Activity Centre, Don Glen Hall, 311 Park Ave. East

(a.k.a. Seniors for Seniors)

Join us!!! call Gwen at 204-727-8558

 

 “Kokedama”means “moss ball” in Japanese; it is made by transferring a succulent, small fern or other plant into a ball of soil held together with moss and colourful string or twine, which is also used to hang the plants.

These string gardens look great hanging in homes and are a fun way to bring the outdoors in.

The idea has its origins in Japan, where it is a combination of both Nearai and Kusamono Bonsai styles. Today, Kokedama is very popular in Japanese gardens.

 

``Terrariums and Dish Gardens``

 Terrariums are decorative gardens that are grown in sealable glass containers that provide just enough of an opening for the gardener to access their plants.

 

A dish garden is a garden of plants growing in a shallow dish or bowl for a container. The dish garden can be landscaped to represent a scene in nature, it is a miniature ecosystem. The plants used in a dish garden should be compatible and cultivars that stay small or grow very slowly are most commonly used.

 

 

Info call

Bill Sutherland 728-0380

Gwen Beam 727-8558

 

Yearly membership is $25 for individuals or $40 for two family members (couple, mother daughter, etc.). Visitors can attend for $5 per meeting. The annual membership comes with a club card that entitles members to discounts at local greenhouses and nurseries


7:00 p.m., Don Glen Hall, 311 Park Ave. EAST, Don Glen Hall, 311 Park Ave. EAST

Thursday, September 21 (View map of this day's events)
CARD BUFFET - Card Making Class

Artsy Fartsy Gallery

Card Buffet

Join the healthiest Buffet in Brandon. You choose which cards you would like to make from a selection of 20+ different cards. All projects are pre-cut, ready to stamp and assemble. The cost is $3 per card. All are welcome to attend!  It is a fun and easy way to meet some new people.  Please RSVP by September 18th to reserve your spot!

Date:  Thursday, September 21st

Time:  7pm

Location:  Artsy Fartsy Gallery at 639-24th Street

Cost:  $3 per card—all supplies are included

RSVP by Sept. 18th to reserve your spot.

Jenn Houston

Independent Stampin’ UP! Demonstrator

204-571-1483

photophilosophy@mts.net

www.facebook.com/artsyfartsygallery

www.jennhouston.stampinup.net

 

 


7pm-10pm, 639-24th Street
Chili Cookoff/Book Sale in Support of the Women's Resource Centre

CHILI COOKOFF AND BOOK SALE

The staff at Shoppers Drug Mart on Victoria will be hosting a chili Cookoff and book sale on September 21st. Staff will each make their own chili with a judge to choose the top 3 chili's for a prize.

Guests can purchase one bowl of chili for $5 and browse the selection of gently used books for purchase. The books will be $3 or less each. All funds raised will be donated to the Women's Resource Centre in Brandon. We are hoping to raise $3000 throughout our Growing Women's Health campaign with this event being a huge aide in meeting our goal.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/378901032527923/?ti=cl for more details and times to be determined.


TBD, Shoppers Drug Mart on Victoria, 139 Victoria Avenue East
Rapid City Community/Farmer's Market

Come for supper, play some trivia and shop for baked goods, fresh produce and crafts.


5:30 pm to 7 pm, At the beach
Yoga classes at Lady of the Lake (Ginger's Dance Studio)

Not Your Daughter’s Yoga

Starting in September – Thursdays 11:00am - 12:00pm with Rebecca. $6 with registration of 6 classes. Drop-ins $10.

 

Mature bodies have special needs! This hour long class will feature accessible, clearly cued postures designed to stretch out, strengthen and relax those areas that are most prone to carrying stress and tension. You will be gently encouraged to explore a full range of movement with hands-on enhancements and options for modifications. All ages and abilities are welcome at this class, no prior experience with yoga is necessary! Bring your mat, a water bottle and a full size towel.

 

 

Simply Yoga

Starting in September – Thursdays 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. with Rebecca. $6 with registration of 6 classes. Drop-ins $10.

 

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A 60-minute class designed for every body. Experience an uncomplicated, unpretentious and well-rounded vinyasa practice with clear cueing designed to leave you feeling limber and relaxed. Expect to build a little heat while we work on strengthening and lengthening our muscles and joints, then cool is down with a soothing floor series and savasana. All ages and abilities are welcome at this class, no prior experience with yoga is necessary! Bring your mat, a water bottle and a full size towel.

 

For more information please contact Rebecca at 204 578 2010 or go to her Facebook page at:

https://www.facebook.com/rebeccaalexandreyoga/

 

 


11 am, Lady of the Lake (Ginger's Dance Studio), Lady of the Lake (Ginger's Dance Studio)

Friday, September 22 (View map of this day's events)
Benefit Social for Janelle Lamontagne

 

Janelle is a 29 year old woman originally from Wawota, SK but who has made Brandon her home. She works as a Medical Speech Language Pathologist helping our community on a daily basis. She is a single woman with a fabulous fur baby, Beau, that she rescued and dotes on every day. She is extremely close to her family and they take priority along with her many friends.
 She was recently diagnosed with a brain tumour and on June 29, 2017 she went through a 9 hour craniotomy. She then received the devastating news that the original diagnosis of an oligodendroma was actually an anaplastic astrocytoma. With this diagnosis comes a 6 week trial of chemotherapy and radiation every day which has to be carried out in Winnipeg. After the 6 weeks she then must endure further rounds of chemotherapy 5 days a week , 23 days off for a year.  To assist her in accomplishing her treatment her mother needs to take off work to care for Janelle though this time. Her original hope was to return to work within a few months but now her new diagnosis changes that plan.  
To help off-set costs for Janelle we are putting on a benefit social at the Clarion on September 22, 2017 and are hopeful our community will help us raise money by attending our benefit social. We want the community to come out and have a great time supporting a great cause. There has been some amazing gifts donated. I am so proud to be part of this community! 
 We thank you so much in advance for your generosity and support. 

 


8 pm to 1 am, Victoria Inn Imperial Ballroom, Victoria Inn Imperial Ballroom
Fundraiser Soup and Sandwich

Queen Mary #3 Order of the Eastern Star

Soup & Sandwich

Friday, September 22

11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

 

Variety of Wholesome soups, Sandwiches, Fresh Veg, Tea & Coffee, and Scrumptious Desserts!

All for $10

 

302 – 8th Street at Lorne Ave. Brandon


11:30 a - 1:30 p., 302-8th Street, Brandon, 302-8th Street, Brandon
Minnedosa Farmers Market

Minnedosa Farmers Market

Joing us every Friday from 5-7 pm. At our new loaction at 4th Ave SW Covenant Church Parking lot. We have everything from Fresh Veggies, jams/jellies, home businesses, local charities, honey, baking, licensed meat available, local artisans and bbq smokies. A great way to shop local. Our first market is June 23 and our last will be Sept 15th. 

Or if your looking to become a vendor please email minnedosafarmersmarket@gmail.com

Check us out on Facebook for updates  https://www.facebook.com/MinnedosaFarmersMarket/


5-7 pm, 4th Ave SW, Covenant Church Parking lot, 4th Ave SW, Covenant Church Parking lot
Mud Play Day

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You’re invited to

MUD DAY

Presented to you by:
the Early Childhood Education department
at Assiniboine Community College

Date: Friday, September 22 2017
Time: 10:00am-2:00pm
Where: Assiniboine Community College
1430 Victoria Avenue, E
The event will be set up in the field facing Victoria Avenue.



10-2pm, 1430 Victoria Avenue East (ACC), 1430 Victoria Avenue East (ACC)

Saturday, September 23 (View map of this day's events)
9th Annual Provincial Hunting Day

Free Activities for the Whole Family Featured at the 9th Annual Provincial Hunting Day Celebration

 

Brandon, MB: Hunting has a long and rich tradition in Manitoba and should be celebrated, promoted and valued. The 9th annual Provincial Hunting Day Celebration is an event dedicated to showcasing one of Manitoba’s most time-honoured pursuits.

 

Provincial Hunting Day 2017 takes place Saturday, September 23, from 11:00AM – 3:00PM at the Brandon Gun Club –  just ½ mile South of the junction of HWY 10 and HWY 110 South of Brandon.

 

The event is sponsored by the Manitoba Wildlife Federation, together with the Brandon Gun Club, Brandon Wildlife Association and a variety of partner organization and will take place rain or shine. This family-friendly event features an array of fun and exciting family activities including:

 

×        Free shotgun training and shooting to the first 100 people

×        Hunting demos & exhibits

×        Game cleaning and preparation

×        Cooking demos

×        Youth ‘Calling Contest’

×        Shooting ranges

×        Hunting seminars & exhibitors

×        Kids games

×        Free Prize draws

×        Live music

×        Hunter Education & PAL Course information

×        Free online Hunter Education course vouchers for the first 25 youth (ages 12-16)

 

The Manitoba Wildlife Federation is thrilled to deliver this event at the Brandon Gun Club, a facility that has been operating in Brandon since the early 1960’s. The club has been providing exceptional shooting opportunities to the residents of Brandon and the surrounding area, as well has hosted the Canadian Trapshooting Championships in 1984. Since its inception, the club has expanded to 18 trap houses, a skeet layout and a 5-stand sporting clay, allowing the Brandon Gun Club to facilitate all shotgun sports.

 

Volunteers from the Brandon Wildlife Association will also be onsite assisting with the event delivery. Brandon Wildlife Association is one of Manitoba’s largest clubs, boasting over 1000 members and actively supporting provincial and national matches, Junior Rifle and Junior Shotgun Programs.

 

“We are excited to deliver Provincial Hunting Day this year in Brandon and have the ability to share our outdoor passions with a new area of the province”, said Carly Deacon, Program Manager with the MWF. “The number of exhibitors has grown and visitors can look forward to a variety of fun and exciting demonstrations. Provincial Hunting Day is fun for the entire family and reminds us of the significant contributions hunters make to conservation programs in Manitoba, and the need to promote and preserve this rich tradition”.

Special Announcement:

There will be live music featuring a special acoustic performance by Canadian Country Music Star Jason Kirkness.

About Jason Kirkness:

Jason has performed hundreds of shows throughout the U.S. and Canada including opening spots for Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, George Canyon, Jake Owen, Kipp Moore, Dwight Yoakam, Deric Ruttan, George Canyon, The Roadhammers along with showcases at the Canadian Country Music Awards and Western Canadian Music Awards.

Jason has currently been nominated for several Manitoba Country Music Association awards in 2017 including: Male Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Music Video of the Year and Single of the Year.

To learn more about the Manitoba Wildlife Federation, go to www.mwf.mb.ca and subscribe to our e-newsletter.

 

For more information, contact:

 

Carly Deacon, Program Manager

Manitoba Wildlife Federation

PH: 204-633-5967

EMAIL: cdeacon@mwf.mb.ca

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11:00AM - 3:00PM, Brandon Gun Club, Brandon Gun Club
Brandon MCC Relief Sale

 

Join us for the 33rd Annual Brandon MCC Relief Sale

on Saturday, September 23!

Keystone Centre, Brandon (Manitoba Room)

10:00 am                        Doors open – sale begins!

10:30 am                         MCC presentation

11:00 am – 12 pm            Children’s activities

                                       Music by Prairie Joe

11:30 am – 1:30 pm         Meal in UCT Hall

                                 featuring perogies and farmer sausage

1:30 pm                          Children’s auction

1:45 pm                          Auction of quilts and

                                      miscellaneous goods

3:00 pm                          Sale closes

                              Special Features:

Pie and coffee served all day.

Sales tables, farmer sausage, handicrafts, produce and baked goods.

Children's activities, music and auction!

 

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10:00 am - 3:00 pm, Keystone Centre, Keystone Centre
Club 77 Singles Dance

  Attend the Club 77 Singles Dance, happening Saturday September 23 from 8 til midnight at the Shriners hall, 1110 McTavish Avenue east in Brandon, with music by Larry and the Boys. Lunch served at 10 p.m., singles and couples welcome.  Admission $15 for non members, $12 for members and associates.   For more info, call (204) 729 9301 or (204) 729-8982.

 


8 p.m to midnight, 1110 McTavish Ave. east Brandon MB
Intro to Video Games at the Library

Look! We're excited about video games and we think some of you might be as well! That's why we're offering a free Intro to Video Games program at the Brandon Public Library, open to anyone aged 8 - 12.

In this free, interactive program, we’ll explore the history of video games and video game design, play jeopardy for prizes, and learn to design our own simple games using Scratch Programming! Bring your own laptop if you have one. Snacks will be provided! For more information and to register, phone 204-727-6648, email Danielle@wmrl.ca, or stop by the Children’s Services Desk at the library!


2:30 - 5:00 pm, Library Program Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Kids &; Seniors Baking Class

Know a Senior or a kid who likes to bake & play games? This intergenerational cooking class will provide an enriching opportunity for kids & seniors to learn from eachother. We will make oatmeal chocolate chip cookies & play games together. Everyone will be paired with either a senior or a kid and everyone will leave with some cookies. 

 
Cost is $10.00 per person.  Space is limited to 20 people (10 kids & 10 seniors)


Call Barb Myrah at 204-727-6641 to register


10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Prairie Oasis, 241 8th Street, Brandon
Let's Talk Science Day at the Library
Saturday, September 23rd is Let's Talk Science Day at the Brandon Public Library! In celebration of Science Literacy Week, we're offering a glorious assortment of science education programs ALL DAY! Free to anyone between the ages of 8 and 12, these programs are hosted jointly by the Brandon Public Library and the Let's Talk Science team from Brandon University. Sign up for one program, two programs, or an entire day of high-energy scientific fun! Register at the Children's Services Desk, by phone at 204-727-6648, or by email at danielle@wmrl.ca.
 
10:00 am - 10:45 am: Super Science Challenge
Work together in teams to design, create, and test a variety of items; everyday materials are used to solve challenging science and engineering problems. One of the challenges includes an egg drop. Please inform us when registering if there is an egg allergy.
 
11:00 am - 11:45 am: Driving Towards the Future
Learn about the current topic of self-driving cars and use it as a platform to learn about the big ideas behind computational thinking – how to break down a problem into steps, and how to create a process that can be followed to reach a goal.
 
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm: Marshmallow Challenge
Work together to design and build the tallest building out of spaghetti, string and tape. Will your building be able to support a marshmallow placed on the top? This challenge involves food items. If there are any food allergies, please inform us upon registering.
 
2:30 - 5:00 pm: Intro to Video Games
In this free, interactive program, we’ll explore the history of video games and video game design, play jeopardy for prizes, and learn to design our own simple games using Scratch Programming! Bring your own laptop if you have one. Snacks will be provided!

10 am - 5 pm, Library Program Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
St. George's Kid's Karnival

St. George's Kid's Karnival

SEPTEMBER 23, 2017    

11 AM - 2 PM 

CORNER OF 5TH ST.  AND SOUTHERN AVE.

HAY RIDES - BOUNCY CASTLE - CUPCAKES

- GAMES - PRIZES - CRAFTS - FOOD

FREE FAMILY FUN!

WWW.STGEORGESBRANDON.COM

 


11 AM - 2 PM, Corner of 5th St. and Southern Ave. , 1011 5th St.
Westman Stroke Support Group

Westman Stroke Support Group Meeting

every 2nd Saturday from September - June

Faith Fellowship Baptist Church

starting at 1:30 pm

Everyone Welcome 

Please contact 204 728-7713 for info 

 

 


1:30 pm, Faith Fellowship Church, 26th &; Willowdale
Yard Sale

Come one, come all, to Westman Kiwanis Court, 121 4th St. on Saturday, Sept. 23rd, from 9 - 3.  We are having an End of the Season Yard Sale!  Many items up for sale.  Wedding Dress, size 18 - 20, Mary Kay cosmetics, books, candles, jewelery, and much more miscellaneous items up for grabs! 


9 A.M. -3 P.M., 121 4TH STREET, 121 4TH STREET

Sunday, September 24 (View map of this day's events)
1st Annual Souris Glenwood Golf Course Fowl Supper

SOURIS GLENWOOD GOLF COURSE

1st ANNUAL  FOWL SUPPER

4PM-7PM

ROAST TURKEY, HAM , MEATBALLS

ALL THE TRIMMING

SALAD BAR

LOTS OF GREAT DESSERTS

$16.95 includeS TAX

RESERVATIONS ADVISED

204-483-2956

COME ENJOY THE GREAT FOOD, COMPANY

AND GREAT FALL COLORS ON THE GOLF COURSE

SEE YOU THERE


4pm-7pm, Souris Glenwood Golf Course Clubhouse
Grande Clairiere Fall Supper

Adults $14

6 - 10 years

Preschool  Free

Everyone Welcome!


4:00 - 6:30 pm, Grande Clairiere Hall
Souris Scarecrow Days Flea Market

SOURIS SCARECROW DAYS FLEA MARKET

SUNDAY THE 24TH OF SEPTEMBER 

10-3

COMMUNITY HALL IN THE COMPLEX IN SOURIS

ADMISSION $2

PROFITS FROM FLEA MARKET WILL BE DONATED

TO PALLIATIVE CARE

FOR INFO OR TABLES

204-483-3517 OR 204-724-0401


10-2, Souris Community Hall

Monday, September 25 (View map of this day's events)
Garden Bros Circus

Garden Bros Circus

Location: Red River Exhibition Park 3977 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3K 2E8, Canada

 

Day/Date: Friday, September 22, 2017, Saturday, September 23, 2017 and Sunday, September 24, 2017

 

Show times: Friday- 4:30 and 7:30

                  Saturday- 1:30, 4:30, and 7:30

                  Sunday- 1:00, 3:30, and 6:00

 

GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS gives their Audience the Best Circus at the Best prices. GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS celebrates 100 years entertaining families throughout North America and “we are bringing an all new, fast paced; totally exciting show to town!” You’ll see the Nitro Motorcycle Cowboys; the Worlds’ Funniest Clowns; Natalia, defying death on the 40’ swaying pole; the exciting Cossack Riders; a Real Dog and Pony Show; the Human Slingshot; Acrobats, and so much more! Its 1½ hours of excitement and fun at GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS.

 

Free children’s tickets have been distributed at all elementary schools, pre-schools, day care centers and churches. The Free Tickets are also available at sponsoring businesses in the area.

 

First one hundred adult tickets sold online are only $12.95 at  www.GardenBrosCircus.com

 

 

Thank You!


4:30, Keystone Agri and Recreational Centre, 1175 18th St #1, Brandon, MB R7A 7C5, CAnada
Garden Bros Circus

Garden Bros Circus

Location: Keystone agri and Recreational Centre

              1175 18th St #1, Brandon, MB R7A7C5, Canada

Day/Date: Monday September 25, 2017

 

Show times: Monday-4:30 & 7:30

 

GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS gives their Audience the Best Circus at the Best prices. GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS celebrates 100 years entertaining families throughout North America and “we are bringing an all new, fast paced; totally exciting show to town!” You’ll see the Nitro Motorcycle Cowboys; the Worlds’ Funniest Clowns; Natalia, defying death on the 40’ swaying pole; the exciting Cossack Riders; a Real Dog and Pony Show; the Human Slingshot; Acrobats, and so much more! Its 1½ hours of excitement and fun at GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS.

 

First one hundred adult tickets sold online are only $12.95 at  www.GardenBrosCircus.com 

 

Thank You!

 

 


4:30 &; 7:30, Keystone Agri and Recreational Centre, Keystone Agri and Recreational Centre
MS Strong

Fitness class for those living with multiple sclerosis (MS) with personal trainer Stacey Dittmer. Focused on cardio, functional movements, balance and strength building. Stacey has received specialized training on MS. To register call the MS Society, Westman Chapter 204-571-5671 or email gail.campbell@mssociety.ca


11:00 a.m., First Baptist Church gym, 3881 Park Avenue
Sharron Arksey Author Reading
At 7:00 pm on Monday, September 25th, Manitoban author Sharron Arksey presents her recent novel, The Waiting Place. Published by Turnstone Press, The Waiting Place is a story of duty, desire, love, and purpose. As Susan prepares for the birth of her first child, she contemplates her role as a mother, wife, and partner on the family farm through the lives of the women closest to her. In a world of wanting and waiting, is fulfillment always beyond reach?
 
The Waiting Place is a finalist in the 2017 High Plains Book Awards competition in two separate categories: First Book, and Woman Writer.
 
Born and raised in Langruth, MB, Sharron Arksey studied journalism at Ryerson University. After several years as a reporter/photographer in Portage la Prairie, MB, Sharron returned to Langruth to marry her high school sweetheart, raise Simmental cattle and two children. For 25 years, she wrote a weekly column about life in rural Manitoba called "Rural Routes". The Waiting Place is her first novel.

7:00 - 8:00 pm, Library Program Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1


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