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Thursday, November 1 (View map of this day's events)
CoderDojo at the Public Library
CoderDojo is an international organization dedicated to providing free computer coding learning opportunities for youth ages 7 to 17.
 
In collaboration with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Brandon, the Brandon Public Library is pleased to open a "Dojo." Our first two sessions will be held on Thursday, November 1 and Thursday, November 8, each from 4:30 - 6:00 pm at the Brandon Public Library. Programming projects may include Scratch, HTML, Python, Raspberry Pi, and many more, though not all these languages will be covered in the first two sessions.
 
Please register ahead of time in person at the Brandon Public Library, or by phoning 204-727-6648. For more information, please email Programming and Outreach Librarian Danielle@wmrl.ca, or visit the CoderDojo website at coderdojo.com.
 
CoderDojo at the Brandon Library is entirely free. Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptops if possible, though some computers will also be provided by the hosting organizations.

4:30 - 6:00 pm, Library Program Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Gordon Goldsborough at the Brandon Library
On Thursday, November 1, Manitoba superstar Gordon Goldsborough will present his most recent book, "More Abandoned Manitoba," at the Brandon Public Library.
 
Gordon Goldsborough is the Head Researcher of the Manitoba Historical Society, as well as the host of CBC's Weekend Morning Show. In 2016, Goldsborough published "Abandoned Manitoba: From Residential Schools to Bank Vaults to Grain Elevators." "More Abandoned Manitoba" is the much-anticipated sequel, a historical adventure through Manitoba's architectural past.
 
Goldsborough will be presenting at the Brandon Public Library from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. All are welcome and no registration is required. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, phone the library at 204-727-6648, or email Danielle Hubbard, the Programming and Outreach Librarian, at Danielle@wmrl.ca.

7:00 - 8:30 pm, Library Program Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Money Matters for Newcomers &; New Canadians

Join us for the upcoming

 

MONEY MATTERS

For Newcomers

& New Canadians

 

FREE Workshops at

Brandon Literacy

Council Inc.

 

 

Topics include:

Workshop 1:

How to Bank and Save in Canada

Thursday, October 25, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 2:

How to Build Credit in Canada

Thursday, November 1, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

 

Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

129 - 12th Street |204-729-9964

blc@wcgwave.ca |blcbrandon.com

 

Learnmoreatabcmoneymatters.ca


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Brandon Literacy Council Inc., 129 - 12th Street
Pilates at Physio4U

Join us for Pilates at Physio4U!

Beginning September 13th we are offering a 12 session Pilates package at a cost of $180.  Classes will run Thursdays at 12:00PM, ending at 1:00PM.

Classes are being held at our clinic, located at 459 23rd Street.

If you are interested in participating, please call (204) 725-4066 or email reception@physio4u.net.


12:00PM, 459 23rd Street, 459 23rd Street
Prairie Sky Yoga Workshop

Yoga Workshop

Balance Poses & Inversions: How we see the world

$30 Register by September 30.

Contact Carolynn at 204-728-4976 or prairieskyyoga(at)gmail(dot)com


7-9 pm, Grand Valley Road, Grand Valley Road
Summit Toastmasters

Toastmasters is a great club to join if you‘re looking to improve your public speaking and gain confidence.


7:00 am, Rotary Villas, 1340 10TH
The Last 100 Days - RCA Museum Exhibit

 

1918 – The Last 100 Days

 

 

The RCA Museum at CFB Shilo is proud to present “1918 – The Last 100 Days”.  This temporary exhibit traces the Canadian experience at the end of the First World War in France and Belgium.  

Some of the hardest fought battles and highest casualty rates came at the end of the war – 100 years ago.

 

 

 

 A temporary gallery will run from May 17, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. until December 14, 2018 at: 

 

The RCA Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building N-118

 

Patricia Road

 

CFB Shilo

phone (204) 765-3000 ext 3570 for more information.


1:00 p.m., The RCA Museum, Building N118, Patricia Road, Shilo, Manitoba

Friday, November 2 (View map of this day's events)
Canada Games Celebratiom Stop

 

MNP is delighted to be the presenting sponsor of the 2019 Canada Games Torch Relay, the first ever to run coast to coast in celebration of Canada’s best young athletes.

 

 

 

We’re celebrating the Torch Relay at a special event in Brandon onNovember 2nd from 5-6pm at the MNP hall in the Keystone. We’d love it if you could join us to celebrate and have your picture taken with the official MNP Canada Games Torch and mascot. There will be games, facepainting and popcorn! Fun for the whole family.

 It’s a great opportunity to support this all-Canadian initiative and raise awareness of the 2019 Canada Winter Games which begins in Red Deer, in February, 2019.

 

 

 

We also invite you to share your pictures from the event with us on social media. We’re using the hashtag #MNPTorchRelay if you want to join the fun!

 


5-6Pm, MNP Hall Keystone Centre
Christmas Season in Souris

Lots to do in Souris in November and December. Just 35min SW of Brandon!

Stores open late Thursday nights starting Nov. 22

Red Card Campaign & Draws begin Nov. 16


Souris, MB
Keith Kitchen in Concert

Keith Kitchen is an award-winning singer/songwriter coming in from Swift Current, Sk.

Keith will be playing

at St. Matthew's Cathedral

at 7:30 pm on Friday, Nov. 2.

Learn more about Keith and

what he brings to us here in Brandon

at his website below. Tickets are only $15 

Call one of the three Anglican churches in town

to reserve your tickets. 

St. Mary's at 204-727-3393

St. George's 204-728-6542

St. Matthew's  204-727-2380

www.keithkitchenmusic.com 

 


7:30 pm, St. Matthew's Cathedral, 403 13th St. Brandon mb
Sharing Dance Seniors comes to Westman Region

 

 

Are you living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia? Join us for new social opportunities in the Baycrest NBS Sharing Dance Seniors program, a pilot program offered by Canada’s National Ballet School and  Baycrest Health Sciences.   

 

At no cost to participants, this program offers dance classes for seniors with dementia and their carers, free of charge.  Weekly sessions for 8 weeks starting week of September 10 ending week of October 27.

 

Four locations:

Wednesdays 12:30 pm

Alzheimer Society of Manitoba

Westman Region

Unit 4B - 457 9th Street, Brandon

(204) 729-8320

 

Wednesday 2:00 pm

Country Meadows Personal Care Home

(Residents and family only)

500 Veterans Way, Neepawa

(204) 476-2383

 

Wednesday 2:30 pm

Prairie Oasis

241- 8th Street, Brandon

(204) 727-6641

 

Friday 10:00 am

Minnedosa 50 + Activity Centre

31 Main Street South, Minnedosa

(204) 867-5190

 

Call the location of your choice to register today. Come Join Us!


Four Locations

Saturday, November 3 (View map of this day's events)
Austin Fall Market

Come and do your Christmas shopping at our variety of vendors. Some vendors include Pampered Chef, Usborne Books, Sunset Gourmet, Avon, home baking ,wood crafts and many more.


9-2, Austin Community Hall
Campbell's Jump for the Cure

Campbell's Jump for the Cure is a fundraiser horse show for Breast Cancer Research. 

Horses and Riders of all ages and levels compete Saturday and Sunday.

There is an auction table open to anyone - you do not need to be in attendance to win prizes!

Since 2014 the event has raised over $36,000 for research in Canada!

FREE ADMISSION ALL WEEKEND

Event is held in the Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence in the Keystone Centre (North Arena).


8am-6pm, Keystone Centre, 1175 18th Street
Minnedosa Fun Fest's Christmas Gift &; Craft Sale

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Minnedosa Fun Fest’s Christmas Gift and Craft Sale
Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 10am to 3pm
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre

Shop from over 30 crafters, artisans and home-based business vendors!

There will be hourly draws for $20 gift certificates to be used at the sale, raffle prizes, a supervised Kid’s Activity room with face painting, crafts and more!!

$2 Admission (Kids 12 and under are Free!)
Lunch will be available from the Minnedosa Beach Enhancement Committee


10am-3pm, Minnedosa Community Conference Centre, 63 Main St N, Minnedosa, MB
Nacho &; Nowledge Quiz Night

Chapter R P.E.O.

(Philanthropic Education Organization)

is hosting a Trivia Night 

in support of Women's Education

Tickets are $20.00 per person and includes a Nacho "Bar" during break in play.

Teams of 4 to 8 players - participants must be 18 years of age or older

(Wine & Beer to be sold)

Doors open at 6:30p.m.- Quizmaster will begin the games at 7:00 p.m.

For more information contact Sheri at: 204-573-0528 or email at peosheridaisy@gmail.com

Come join the fun and support a great cause.


7:00 - 9:00 p.m., Brandon Shrine Club, 1110 McTavish Ave E, Brandon
Spirt Fair

Spirit Fair

Curious about life?

Need clarity, guidance and a little fine tuning?

Experience what our intuitive readings and services have to offer.

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018

11:00AM - 5:00PM

Park Community Centre, 1428 Louise Avenue


11:00am - 5:00pm, Park Community Centre, 1428 Louise Avenue
The New Woman's Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980

Daly House Museum New Fashion Exhibit –  The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880 to 1980

BRANDON, MB October 12, 2018 –Eileen Trott, Curator, Daly House Museum announced today that the Museum has launched anexciting new exhibit in its Community Gallery to celebrate Women’s History Month.  It’s a 100-year retrospective that focuses on the unprecedented changes in women’s fashions from the 1880s to the 1980s and the underlying seismic shifts in women’s roles in Canadian Society.    Artifacts from the Museum’s own collections examine the emergence of the “New Woman” as she was dubbed in popular culture from the 1890s. During this time period women started to move away from their traditional domestic roles and began pursuing higher education, office jobs, active sports, and social reforms. The active lives of the newwoman required more practical streamlined clothing than the many-layered, heavily draped outfits of the late Victorian lady. 

A fashion timeline of costumed mannequins shows the progression of women’s dresses, most noticeably in their size and shape, the fabrics and layers used, and the varying necklines, waistlines and skirt lengths deployed.  A sampling of women’s undergarments and accessories illuminate how women achieved the desired/required shape. An array of hats, shoes, and jewelry which complemented a woman’s look is also on display. 

Scattered throughout the exhibit photographs depictthe styles of local women and store front displays from local businesses.  A section of these photographs highlight the clothing that represents the active outdoor life of the New Woman.  This active woman defied societal rules to create clothing that allowed women to participate energetically intennis or to wheel her bicycle down a country lane, but societal ideas of “proper” feminine attire slowed the progress of more practical sportwear including swimwear.

“The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980” is a stunning visual experience bound to appeal to costume lovers and historians alike. By tracing the evolution of fashion that took place in reaction to the numerous changes in women’s roles, visitors are reminded of how intertwined decorative arts are with the culture of the times.

This exhibit was made possible through the support of Manitoba Heritage Grants.  Daly House Museum is grateful for this support.

Exhibit will run until February 28, 2019. 


10:00 am - 4:00 pm, 122-18th Street Brandon, MB

Sunday, November 4 (View map of this day's events)
Campbell's Jump for the Cure

Campbell's Jump for the Cure is a fundraiser horse show for Breast Cancer Research. 

Horses and Riders of all ages and levels compete Saturday and Sunday.

There is an auction table open to anyone - you do not need to be in attendance to win prizes!

Since 2014 the event has raised over $36,000 for research in Canada!

FREE ADMISSION ALL WEEKEND

Event is held in the Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence in the Keystone Centre (North Arena).


8am-6pm, Keystone Centre, 1175 18th Street
Free Concert Salutes Veterans

 

Free Concert “Salutes” Veterans

 

 Brandon Salutes is proud to present a free concert saluting our veterans. The concert will be held at Brandon City Hall (410 9th St) from 1:00 – 3:00 pm Sunday, November 4. Music by the HMCS CHIPPEWA band, the 26th Field Regiment Pipes and Drums, Shilo Military Wives Choir and the 2PPCLI Drum Line. Sponsored by MNP. Everyone is welcome.

 

 

 


1:00 pm - 3:00 pm, Brandon City Hall, 410-9th Street
Glenboro United Church Fall Supper

Glenboro United Church Fall Supper

Sunday Novemeber 4, 2018

 4:30 - 6:30

Adults $15.00, Kids( 6-12 ) $6.00, Under 5 Free

Take out deliveries available $16.00

Call Janie @ 204 - 827-2370


4:30 - 6:30, Glenboro Community Hall, Glenboro Community Hall
Minto Fall Supper

Minto Fall Supper, Turkey and Ham, and all the usual good stuff! 

$15 for adults, $8 for kids (6-12), and 5 and under are free! Doors open at 4pm, and supper is until 7pm!


4pm-7pm, Minto Hall, Minto MB, Minto Hall, Minto MB
The 45th Original Christmas Craft Sale

The 45th Original Christmas Craft Sale will be held on Sunday, November 4th at the Clarion Hotel and Suites, 3130 Victoria Ave.  from 10:00 am to 4 pm.

 

Door prizes and free draws

 

All proceeds and silver collection at the door are donated to a Christmas Cheer Fund in WestMan.

Featuring talented Manitoba craftspeople and artists with a great selection of gifts for Christmas shopping


10 am to 4 pm, Clarion Hotel and Suites, 3130 Victoria Ave
The Redeemed Christian Church of God Restoration Brandon

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THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD

RESTORATION PARISH BRANDON

- WORSHIP SERVICE

SUNDAYS: 1:00PM - 3:30PM

- BIBLE STUDY/FAITH CLINIC

WEDNESDAYS: 7:00PM - 9:00PM

- HOLY GHOST SERVICE (Prayer Vigil)

LAST FRIDAYS: 9:00PM -12:00AM

@

FELLOWSHIP HALL

ST. MATTHEW’S ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL CHURCH

403 - 13th Street

Phone: 204 869 2203

Email: rccgbrandon1@gmail.com

"Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever" Hebrews 13:8


1:00pm - 3:30pm, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church

Monday, November 5 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Guided Mindfulness Meditation

Guided Mindfulness Meditation in Brandon MB

Join us every Monday from 7:00 - 8:00 PM at
Inspire You Studio (435 Rosser Ave)

All humans welcome

expand your mind - experience something.... different.

 

Want to know more? Follow us on Instagram @meditationbrandon


7:00 PM, Inspire You Studio, 435 Rosser Avenue
Rebekah Lee Jenkins reading at the Brandon Library
At 7:00 pm on Monday, November 5, Souris author Rebekah Lee Jenkins will be reading from her latest work of historical fiction, Hope in Oakland. Jenkins is a returning presenter at the Brandon Public Library. Last year she presented her first novel, The Night They Came For Til. Hope in Oakland similarly addresses the theme of women’s rights, following the life of Cora Rood, Canada’s first female lawyer and a prominent suffragette.
 
Jenkins’ reading will also be followed by a book signing. No registration is required and all are welcome. For more information, please phone the library at 204-727-6648 or email Programming and Outreach Librarian Danielle Hubbard at Danielle@wrl.ca.

7:00 - 8:30 pm, Library Program Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1

Tuesday, November 6 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Library Stitching Group

Every Tuesday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm, the Brandon Public Library hosts a free drop-in stitching and crafting group. Knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching, weaving, and all over form of projects are welcome! Bring your work, your curiosity, and your laughter to this casual program. All levels of expertise are welcome. This group is often a great opportunity to learn new skills and meet new people.

For more information, phone the Library at 204-727-6648, or email us at info@wmrl.ca.


2:00 - 3:30 pm, Library Meeting Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1

Wednesday, November 7 (View map of this day's events)
Afternoon Bingo

North End Community Centre Bingo 

Resumes Sept 5, 2018 and will be played every Wednesday afternoon until the end of May 2019

Doors open 12:30

Early birds 1:30

Regular games 2:00

 

Bingo over approximately 3:45 


1:30 pm , North End Community Centre, 1313 Stickney Ave, Brandon
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Money Matters

 

Join us for the upcoming

 

MONEY MATTERS

 

FREE Workshops at

Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

 

 

Topics include:

Workshop 1: Budgeting and Spending Plans

Thursday, November 7, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 2: Banking Basics

Thursday, November 14, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 3: Credit and Borrowing

Thursday, November 21, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 4: Saving and RESP’s

Thursday, November 28, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 


Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

129 - 12th Street |204-729-9964

blc@wcgwave.ca |blcbrandon.com

   Learn  more  at:  abcmoneymatters.ca

 



6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Brandon Literacy Council Inc., 129 - 12th Street
Wednesday's Weekly Meditation Classes

Weekly Meditation classes led by Buddhist nun, Gen Kelsang Rigden from Kadampa Meditation Centre Winnipeg.

Two classes each week, one at

3-4pm Simply Meditate for two guided meditations and short teaching.

6-7:15pm for two guided meditations, Q&A and short modern Buddhist Teaching.

$10 ea class or 5 classes for $40 series card

(or if you register for the 3pm class you can come back for next class for free!)

Everyone Welcome!

for more information contact us at 204-691-3323

or info@meditateinwinnipeg.org

 


3pm &; 6pm, Lady of the Lake, Lady of the Lake
Westman's Got Talent

WESTMAN'S GOT TALENT

AGES 3-93

AMATEUR TALENT SHOW PRESENTED BY THE KINETTE CLUB OF BRANDON

NOVEMBER 7 & 8, 2018

Come out for TWO fun evenings of talent, tasty eats and prizes!

Hosted at the Prairie Firehouse at 637 Princess Ave. Brandon, MB.

NOVEMBER 7TH is the Under 18 show! All performers under the age of 18 are welcome to show off their wonderful or weird talents. The grand prize is $250 plus a photography session with a local photographer! 

NOVEMBER 8th is the 18+ show! All perfomers over the age of 18 are welcome to show off their wonderful or weird talents. The grand prize is $500!

**REGISTRATIONS CAN BE FOUND AT PHILLIPS INSURANCE, SHOPPERS MALL GUEST SERVICES OR BY MESSAGING THE KINETTE CLUB OF BRANDON FACEBOOK PAGE**

 

Doors open at 5:30 for dinner and the show starts at 7:00. Tickets are $20 which includes dinner, one non-alcoholic beverage and the show! There will also be a fantastic raffle table full of prizes donated by local businesses.

The proceeds from the Under 18 show is go towards the Kinette Scholarship Program which donates a bursary to each Brandon high school every year and the 18+ show proceeds will go to the Brandon Bear Clan to help them provide aid, safety and a sense of community to those in need.

 

Tickets can be found at Phillips Insurance or Shoppers Mall Guest Services

For tickets or more information on how to register your act please call Brianne at 204-724-6342


5:30-9:30, Prairie Firehouse

Thursday, November 8 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Community Fun Lunch

Eveyone is welcome to the Annual Communtiy Fun Lunch (the spaghetti lunch)

We will be holding a 50/50 draw, Silent Auction as well as a Rainbow Auction

This year we will be playing "We Will, We Will, BINGO" using music instead of numbers.

Seats are $15.00 each, (this is a ticketless event) and can be purchased by contacting

United Way of Brandon & District. Deadline to purchase seats is Monday November 5, 2018

12:00 noon. 

Call 204-571-8929 for more information or email office@brandonuw.ca 


11:45am - 1:00pm, Imperial Ballroom Victoria Inn &; Convention Centre, Imperial Ballroom Victoria Inn &; Convention Centre
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Pilates at Physio4U

Join us for Pilates at Physio4U!

Beginning September 13th we are offering a 12 session Pilates package at a cost of $180.  Classes will run Thursdays at 12:00PM, ending at 1:00PM.

Classes are being held at our clinic, located at 459 23rd Street.

If you are interested in participating, please call (204) 725-4066 or email reception@physio4u.net.


12:00PM, 459 23rd Street, 459 23rd Street
Summit Toastmasters

Toastmasters is a great club to join if you‘re looking to improve your public speaking and gain confidence.


7:00 am, Rotary Villas, 1340 10TH
The Last 100 Days - RCA Museum Exhibit

 

1918 – The Last 100 Days

 

 

The RCA Museum at CFB Shilo is proud to present “1918 – The Last 100 Days”.  This temporary exhibit traces the Canadian experience at the end of the First World War in France and Belgium.  

Some of the hardest fought battles and highest casualty rates came at the end of the war – 100 years ago.

 

 

 

 A temporary gallery will run from May 17, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. until December 14, 2018 at: 

 

The RCA Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building N-118

 

Patricia Road

 

CFB Shilo

phone (204) 765-3000 ext 3570 for more information.


1:00 p.m., The RCA Museum, Building N118, Patricia Road, Shilo, Manitoba

Friday, November 9 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Food Safe Level I

Brandon Literacy Council Inc. will be offering the following course:

 

 

FOOD SAFE

Level 1

 

Friday, November 9, 2018

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

$75.00 per person

 

§  Pre-registration and payment are required by Friday, November 2, 2018

§  Check-in between 8:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m.

§  Class begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.

§  On your own for lunch (12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.)

 

 

Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

129 - 12th Street | (204) 729-9964

blc@wcgwave.ca  |  blcbrandon.com

 


8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Brandon Literacy Council Inc., 129 - 12th Street
FYC 50's/60's R&;R dance

50's, 60's,& 70's Rock and Roll Dance

Forever Young club

Featuring "Slim Jim Band"

Friday Nov. 9th

New Times 7:30-11:30 PM

Park Ave. Activity Centre 311 Park Ave East

 

Members $12/Non members 15

 

Lunch will be served


7:30-11:30, Park Ave. activity Centre, 311 Park Ave. E
Sharing Dance Seniors comes to Westman Region

 

 

Are you living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia? Join us for new social opportunities in the Baycrest NBS Sharing Dance Seniors program, a pilot program offered by Canada’s National Ballet School and  Baycrest Health Sciences.   

 

At no cost to participants, this program offers dance classes for seniors with dementia and their carers, free of charge.  Weekly sessions for 8 weeks starting week of September 10 ending week of October 27.

 

Four locations:

Wednesdays 12:30 pm

Alzheimer Society of Manitoba

Westman Region

Unit 4B - 457 9th Street, Brandon

(204) 729-8320

 

Wednesday 2:00 pm

Country Meadows Personal Care Home

(Residents and family only)

500 Veterans Way, Neepawa

(204) 476-2383

 

Wednesday 2:30 pm

Prairie Oasis

241- 8th Street, Brandon

(204) 727-6641

 

Friday 10:00 am

Minnedosa 50 + Activity Centre

31 Main Street South, Minnedosa

(204) 867-5190

 

Call the location of your choice to register today. Come Join Us!


Four Locations
Singing Christmas Tree

Calvary Temple's 
Singing Christmas Tree

Presents

The Light Still Shines

Thursday & Friday, December 6th & 7th at 7:00 pm

Saturday, December 8th at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Sunday, December 9th at 10:00 am and 3:00 pm

 

Doors open one hour prior to each presentation

Free admission - Rush seating

Some group reservations may be available by calling the church office at 204-728-8500

10% of all offerings received will go to the Westman Traditional Christmas Dinner.

Donations of non-perishable food items will be received for Helping Hands Soup Kitchen

www.ctbrandon.com


10:00 am, Calvary Temple, 620 34th Street

Saturday, November 10 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
CClub 77 Anniversary Dinner Dance

Plan to attend Club 77 Singles Anniversary Dinner and Dance this Saturday Nov 10 from 5:30 to midnight at the Ukrainian Hall, 1005 Assiniboine Avenue.  Tickets for the dinner must be purchased ahead of time but tickets for the dance, with music by Helen and the Heartbreakers will be available at the door.  Call (204)729 9301 for tickets and more information.   


5:30 -midnight, Ukrainian Hall, 1005 Assiniboine Ave.
Fundraiser Pancake Breakfast

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

Queen Mary #3, Order of the Eastern Star Fundraiser

 SATURDAY, November 10, 2018

8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Applebee’s 1204 18th St

(Across from Keystone Centre)

Tickets $15 Norie 204-726-4238


8 -10 a.m., Applebys 1204-18th St Brandon, Applebys 1204-18th St Brandon
Newton Christmas Stop N Shop
Our Christmas Stop N'Shop is fast approaching and we are still looking for vendors. Anyone who may be interested in joining us this year please let me know!!
Also here is a link to our the event on Facebook!
 
 
Thanks so much! Please call:
Shannon Girard
204-872-7112 (cell)

Newton, Manitoba, Newton, Manitoba
The New Woman's Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980

Daly House Museum New Fashion Exhibit –  The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880 to 1980

BRANDON, MB October 12, 2018 –Eileen Trott, Curator, Daly House Museum announced today that the Museum has launched anexciting new exhibit in its Community Gallery to celebrate Women’s History Month.  It’s a 100-year retrospective that focuses on the unprecedented changes in women’s fashions from the 1880s to the 1980s and the underlying seismic shifts in women’s roles in Canadian Society.    Artifacts from the Museum’s own collections examine the emergence of the “New Woman” as she was dubbed in popular culture from the 1890s. During this time period women started to move away from their traditional domestic roles and began pursuing higher education, office jobs, active sports, and social reforms. The active lives of the newwoman required more practical streamlined clothing than the many-layered, heavily draped outfits of the late Victorian lady. 

A fashion timeline of costumed mannequins shows the progression of women’s dresses, most noticeably in their size and shape, the fabrics and layers used, and the varying necklines, waistlines and skirt lengths deployed.  A sampling of women’s undergarments and accessories illuminate how women achieved the desired/required shape. An array of hats, shoes, and jewelry which complemented a woman’s look is also on display. 

Scattered throughout the exhibit photographs depictthe styles of local women and store front displays from local businesses.  A section of these photographs highlight the clothing that represents the active outdoor life of the New Woman.  This active woman defied societal rules to create clothing that allowed women to participate energetically intennis or to wheel her bicycle down a country lane, but societal ideas of “proper” feminine attire slowed the progress of more practical sportwear including swimwear.

“The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980” is a stunning visual experience bound to appeal to costume lovers and historians alike. By tracing the evolution of fashion that took place in reaction to the numerous changes in women’s roles, visitors are reminded of how intertwined decorative arts are with the culture of the times.

This exhibit was made possible through the support of Manitoba Heritage Grants.  Daly House Museum is grateful for this support.

Exhibit will run until February 28, 2019. 


10:00 am - 4:00 pm, 122-18th Street Brandon, MB

Sunday, November 11 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
The Redeemed Christian Church of God Restoration Brandon

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THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD

RESTORATION PARISH BRANDON

- WORSHIP SERVICE

SUNDAYS: 1:00PM - 3:30PM

- BIBLE STUDY/FAITH CLINIC

WEDNESDAYS: 7:00PM - 9:00PM

- HOLY GHOST SERVICE (Prayer Vigil)

LAST FRIDAYS: 9:00PM -12:00AM

@

FELLOWSHIP HALL

ST. MATTHEW’S ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL CHURCH

403 - 13th Street

Phone: 204 869 2203

Email: rccgbrandon1@gmail.com

"Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever" Hebrews 13:8


1:00pm - 3:30pm, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church

Monday, November 12 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Guided Mindfulness Meditation

Guided Mindfulness Meditation in Brandon MB

Join us every Monday from 7:00 - 8:00 PM at
Inspire You Studio (435 Rosser Ave)

All humans welcome

expand your mind - experience something.... different.

 

Want to know more? Follow us on Instagram @meditationbrandon


7:00 PM, Inspire You Studio, 435 Rosser Avenue

Tuesday, November 13 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Westman Families Of Addicts

WESTMAN FAMILIES OF ADDICTS MONTHLY GROUP SUPPORT MEETING 

 Hosted by Jill Kennedy, Vice-President. Topics will be the new Smart Recovery Program, and tour of the Rock Community Recovery Centre.


7:00 PM , 23 12th STREET

Wednesday, November 14 (View map of this day's events)
Afternoon Bingo

North End Community Centre Bingo 

Resumes Sept 5, 2018 and will be played every Wednesday afternoon until the end of May 2019

Doors open 12:30

Early birds 1:30

Regular games 2:00

 

Bingo over approximately 3:45 


1:30 pm , North End Community Centre, 1313 Stickney Ave, Brandon
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Money Matters

 

Join us for the upcoming

 

MONEY MATTERS

 

FREE Workshops at

Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

 

 

Topics include:

Workshop 1: Budgeting and Spending Plans

Thursday, November 7, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 2: Banking Basics

Thursday, November 14, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 3: Credit and Borrowing

Thursday, November 21, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 4: Saving and RESP’s

Thursday, November 28, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 


Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

129 - 12th Street |204-729-9964

blc@wcgwave.ca |blcbrandon.com

   Learn  more  at:  abcmoneymatters.ca

 



6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Brandon Literacy Council Inc., 129 - 12th Street
Wednesday's Weekly Meditation Classes

Weekly Meditation classes led by Buddhist nun, Gen Kelsang Rigden from Kadampa Meditation Centre Winnipeg.

Two classes each week, one at

3-4pm Simply Meditate for two guided meditations and short teaching.

6-7:15pm for two guided meditations, Q&A and short modern Buddhist Teaching.

$10 ea class or 5 classes for $40 series card

(or if you register for the 3pm class you can come back for next class for free!)

Everyone Welcome!

for more information contact us at 204-691-3323

or info@meditateinwinnipeg.org

 


3pm &; 6pm, Lady of the Lake, Lady of the Lake

Thursday, November 15 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Summit Toastmasters

Toastmasters is a great club to join if you‘re looking to improve your public speaking and gain confidence.


7:00 am, Rotary Villas, 1340 10TH
The Last 100 Days - RCA Museum Exhibit

 

1918 – The Last 100 Days

 

 

The RCA Museum at CFB Shilo is proud to present “1918 – The Last 100 Days”.  This temporary exhibit traces the Canadian experience at the end of the First World War in France and Belgium.  

Some of the hardest fought battles and highest casualty rates came at the end of the war – 100 years ago.

 

 

 

 A temporary gallery will run from May 17, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. until December 14, 2018 at: 

 

The RCA Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building N-118

 

Patricia Road

 

CFB Shilo

phone (204) 765-3000 ext 3570 for more information.


1:00 p.m., The RCA Museum, Building N118, Patricia Road, Shilo, Manitoba

Friday, November 16 (View map of this day's events)
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Christmas Season in Souris

 

 

Souris Red Card Campaign
Starts Nov. 16

Shop at participating Souris-Glenwood Chamber businesses to get a stamp.
4 different stamps to fill the card. Card goes into the draw bucket...

4 draws: Nov 28 - $100, Dec 5 - $150, Dec 12 - $250, Dec 19 - $500 Souris Bucks

Participating businesses: Canada Post, Chicken Chef, Idea-anna’s Designs, LT’s Corner Store, Meighen Haddad LLP,  Minary’s Bakery, Home Hardware, Plaza Petals, RBC, Sadler’s Greenhouse, Souris Plaindealer, Western Financial, Mindful Mouse, Sunflower Teahouse, The Souris Hotel, Westoba Credit Union, Whitfield Drugs, Bigway Foods, Timeless Treasures, Town Tire & Auto/Integra Tire, Whistling Donkey, Woodfire Deli, Legasse’s Studio, Pembina Co-op

Just 35 min SW of Brandon!

 

Open Late Thursdays
Starts Nov. 22

Participating Souris-Glenwood Businesses:
Chicken Chef-‘til 9pm
Idea-nna’s Designs-6-8pm
LT’s Corner Store- ‘til 9pm
Mindful Mouse-‘til 8pm
Sadler’s Creekside Greenhouse-‘til 8pm
Sunflower Tea House-‘til 8pm
Canada Post -‘til 7pm
Pembina Co-op -‘til 8pm
Plaza Petals -‘til 8pm
Legion – BINGO!-7:30-10pm
Home Hardware-‘til 8pm
Bigway Foods-‘til 8pm
Timeless Treasures -‘til 8pm
Whistling Donkey -‘till 11pm
Woodfire Deli -‘til 9pm

 


Souris, MB

Saturday, November 17 (View map of this day's events)
44th Annual Souris Hobbycraft

44th Annual Souris Hobbycraft 

Saturday November 17, 2018

10 am - 3 pm 

Souris and Glenwood Community Hall 

39 3rd Ave W Souris, MB R0K 2C0

60 tables of homemade crafts, sewing, knitting, baking, canning, clothing, skincare, health and fitness, jewelr, art, photography, and more. 

Daily Admission

$5 Adults, $4 Seniors, $3 Students, 4 and under FREE.

Lunch catered by Beta Sigma Phi. 

Proceeds from this event will go towards the restoration of the east balcony at Hillcrest Museum.  

For more information contact Jackie Kirkup at jackie@kirkup.ca or call/text 204-720-4562. 

*Tables are fully booked for 2018*


10 am - 3 pm , 39 3rd Ave W Souris and Glenwood Community Hall Souris, MB, 39 3rd Ave W Souris and Glenwood Community Hall Souris, MB
A Very Bohemian Christmas Sale ;

A Very Bohemian Christmas Sale

Join us for our annual Christmas Sale. A curated sale - just the good stuff!

Bohemian Rhapsody, TECK , Lavender Blue Henna, Kunai Kids, C&D Designs, Hazel + Blue Co., Dandy Wee Strings, Gee Natural Skin Care, Naturally Imperfect Concrete, Magpie Pottery & Fine Art.

Free entrance, free parking, coat check, free grape based beverages. There will also be a Food Truck with great food and coffee sale. 

$1 draw entry (enter as many times as you want) for a individual prize from each vendor - with proceeds going to Samaritan House.


3:00pm - 8:00pm, Medallion Room, Building Refit Store, 23 - 12th Street
Annual Christmas Craft Sale

On Saturday, November 17th 2018, several local Manitoba crafters will take over the Riverbank Discovery Centre to sell their Christmas creations! All items are thoughtfully designed, hand made, one-of-a-kind gifts! There is no admission chage to this ONE DAY EVENT! So hurry down!

 

For more information please check out the Riverbank Discovery Website at: http://riverbank.mb.ca/christmas-craft-sale/.


10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Riverbank Discovery Centre , 1-545 Conservation Drive
Annual Used Book Sale

34th ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE at the BRANDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

NOV 5 - NOV 17 during regular Library hours

Hardcovers, Paperbacks and Magazines

DVDs & CDs

Come early for the best selection!

Come out and support your local Library!


10:00 am, Brandon Public Library, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Campbell's Deck the Stalls

Campbell's Deck the Stalls is a Christmas Themed Horse Show!

Horses and Riders of all levels compete to gain more experience.  Exhibitors dress themselves, their horses and their stalls with the holiday spirit.

A special visitor comes Sunday around 1-2pm!

Event is held in the Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence in the Keystone Centre (North Arena).  

FREE ADMISSION TO ALL!


8am-6pm, Keystone Centre, 1175 18th Street
CFB Shilo's Little Big One Craft Sale &; Trade Show

CFB Shilo's Little Big One Craft Sale & Trade Show

Come see what over 100 vendors has to offer!

Saturday, November 17

10am-2pm

Community Centre Annex, Building L25

Admission is FREE!

For more informaion, please contact the Community Recreation Office at 204-765-3000 ext 3588.

 

 


10am-2pm, Community Centre Annex, Building L25
Christmas Craft &; Trade Show

Seeking vendors!!!!

Kirkcaldy Heights School hosts its 8th year...

CHRISTMAS CRAFT & TRADE SHOW

Saturday November 17th 10am-4pm ONE DAY ONLY

Tables = $35

Huge Fundraising event for student travelles.

Interested? Questions? contact: leforte.jacqueline@bsd.ca


10am-4pm, Kirkcaldy Heights School, 10 KNowlton Drive
H.E.L.P Christmas Bazaar

H.E.L.P ( Helping Each Local Project) Christmas Bazaar Craft Sale

All homemade artisians

Proceeds to Rivers Legion Branch #75

Penny Raffle

50/50

Door Prizes

Bake Table

over 20 tables of handmade items 

The Legion will be giving free samples of the new Legion lager Beer. One ticket per person 18 and older at the door.

 

Time 10 am -2 pm

Upstairs in the Rivers Legion Hall 633 2nd ave 

Admission $3.00 10 and under free


10 - 2, Rivers , Rivers
Manitoba Sheep Association - 2018 Sheep Symposium &; AGM

 

The sheep symposium is a day of presentation and information about sheep .

Dr Paul Luimes of the U of Guelph is one of the Keynote speakers presenting on sheep nutrition and using alternative feeds and Chris & Jen Vervoort presenting on induced lambing, Zoetis on new sheep drugs available.

 see web site for further information www.mbsheep.ca  call 204-655-4963 or 204-421-9434


9 am - 4p.m., Portage, Portage
Miniota Bingo

Miniota Community Centre BINGO

Every Saturday Doors open @ 6:30PM

Early Bird Games @ 7:30PM 

Regular Games @ 8:00PM

Located at the Miniota Community Hall 


7:30 PM, Miniota Community Hall, 568 Miniota Road
Riverheights Terrace Craft &; Bake Sale

1:30 -4:00, Riverheights Terrace , 4525 Victoria Avenue
Sadie Hawkins Dance

PRAIRIE SOCIAL CLUB SADIE HAWKINS DANCE

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 8 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT

LIVE MUSIC BY HIGHWAY 25

PRIZES FOR CORSAGES

ADMISSION $12 MEMBERS/ASSOCIATES; $15 NON-MEMBERS

FOR INFO CALL LORRAINE 204-725-2389


8 p.m. to midnight, Park Ave. Activity Centre, 311 Park Ave. E.
Santa Parade

Santa is coming to town !

Saturday, Nov 17th @ 6pm

Starts at 6th and Rosser, continues west to 17th street, then travels back east on Princess ave to 6th street. 

 

Come one Come all !! 


6pm, 6th &; Rosser
The New Woman's Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980

Daly House Museum New Fashion Exhibit –  The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880 to 1980

BRANDON, MB October 12, 2018 –Eileen Trott, Curator, Daly House Museum announced today that the Museum has launched anexciting new exhibit in its Community Gallery to celebrate Women’s History Month.  It’s a 100-year retrospective that focuses on the unprecedented changes in women’s fashions from the 1880s to the 1980s and the underlying seismic shifts in women’s roles in Canadian Society.    Artifacts from the Museum’s own collections examine the emergence of the “New Woman” as she was dubbed in popular culture from the 1890s. During this time period women started to move away from their traditional domestic roles and began pursuing higher education, office jobs, active sports, and social reforms. The active lives of the newwoman required more practical streamlined clothing than the many-layered, heavily draped outfits of the late Victorian lady. 

A fashion timeline of costumed mannequins shows the progression of women’s dresses, most noticeably in their size and shape, the fabrics and layers used, and the varying necklines, waistlines and skirt lengths deployed.  A sampling of women’s undergarments and accessories illuminate how women achieved the desired/required shape. An array of hats, shoes, and jewelry which complemented a woman’s look is also on display. 

Scattered throughout the exhibit photographs depictthe styles of local women and store front displays from local businesses.  A section of these photographs highlight the clothing that represents the active outdoor life of the New Woman.  This active woman defied societal rules to create clothing that allowed women to participate energetically intennis or to wheel her bicycle down a country lane, but societal ideas of “proper” feminine attire slowed the progress of more practical sportwear including swimwear.

“The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980” is a stunning visual experience bound to appeal to costume lovers and historians alike. By tracing the evolution of fashion that took place in reaction to the numerous changes in women’s roles, visitors are reminded of how intertwined decorative arts are with the culture of the times.

This exhibit was made possible through the support of Manitoba Heritage Grants.  Daly House Museum is grateful for this support.

Exhibit will run until February 28, 2019. 


10:00 am - 4:00 pm, 122-18th Street Brandon, MB

Sunday, November 18 (View map of this day's events)
Campbell's Deck the Stalls

Campbell's Deck the Stalls is a Christmas Themed Horse Show!

Horses and Riders of all levels compete to gain more experience.  Exhibitors dress themselves, their horses and their stalls with the holiday spirit.

A special visitor comes Sunday around 1-2pm!

Event is held in the Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence in the Keystone Centre (North Arena).  

FREE ADMISSION TO ALL!


8am-6pm, Keystone Centre, 1175 18th Street
Classic Vehicle Collector Plate

 

Collector plate expert Bob Chubala will be in Brandon this Sunday, November 18th at 1:00 p.m. to answer any questions you might have regarding the Collector Plate program. He can give statistics and answer all your tough questions. He will also discuss MPI’s new Vehicle Standards rules which will affect classic vehicles, i.e., hoods, fenders, lights etc. This will be a very interesting and informative meeting from Bob, please plan on attending. Bob also manages the World if Wheels car shows and will have updated info on next spring’s Show. Murray Auto Group, Richmond Ave., main show room. Coffee & donuts available.

 

 


1:00 p.m., Murray Auto Group, 1500 Richmond Avenue
Holiday Trade and Craft Sale

Help Support The Navy League of Canada Brandon Branch

Over 30 vendors!!  Silver collection

Drinks, cookies and raffle tickets available.


10am-3pm, 1116 Victoria Ave
The Redeemed Christian Church of God Restoration Brandon

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RESTORATION PARISH BRANDON

- WORSHIP SERVICE

SUNDAYS: 1:00PM - 3:30PM

- BIBLE STUDY/FAITH CLINIC

WEDNESDAYS: 7:00PM - 9:00PM

- HOLY GHOST SERVICE (Prayer Vigil)

LAST FRIDAYS: 9:00PM -12:00AM

@

FELLOWSHIP HALL

ST. MATTHEW’S ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL CHURCH

403 - 13th Street

Phone: 204 869 2203

Email: rccgbrandon1@gmail.com

"Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever" Hebrews 13:8


1:00pm - 3:30pm, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church

Monday, November 19 (View map of this day's events)
Acquired Brain Injury Support Group

Acquired Brain Injury Support Group

 

Located at the Public Health Office in the Towne Center.

Support Group for Brain Injured Survivors and their families. 

Covered parking off 8th & Princess Avenue with elevator access from the parking lot.

2018-2019 Dates:

Monday, October 15th, 2018
Monday, November 19th, 2018
Monday, December 10th, 2018
Monday, January 21st, 2019
Monday, February 25th, 2019
Monday, March 18th, 2019
Monday, April 15th, 2019
Monday, May 27th, 2019
Monday, June 17th, 2019


TIME: 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.


7pm - 9pm, A5 Towne Center, 800 Rosser Avenue


7pm - 9pm, A5 Towne Center, A5 Towne Center
Guided Mindfulness Meditation

Guided Mindfulness Meditation in Brandon MB

Join us every Monday from 7:00 - 8:00 PM at
Inspire You Studio (435 Rosser Ave)

All humans welcome

expand your mind - experience something.... different.

 

Want to know more? Follow us on Instagram @meditationbrandon


7:00 PM, Inspire You Studio, 435 Rosser Avenue
Seniors Workshop on Financial Literacy

 

The Age Friendly Committee of Council and the Mayor’s Office are pleased to present a FREE 2 hour workshop “Managing Your Money in Canada – For Seniors”  – an interactive workshop designed to help seniors as they face life events in their “Golden Years.” This fun, activity-oriented workshop, based on a successful pilot, features resources and activities shown to be helpful to all seniors. Please discuss and share with your colleagues and members. Please call 204.729.2257 to register or email communitydevelopment@brandon.ca please register by the 14th of November.

 

 

 

 

 


9:30-11:30 AM, Brandon Youth Centre, 638 Princess Avenue, Door B East Side of BLDG

Wednesday, November 21 (View map of this day's events)
Afternoon Bingo

North End Community Centre Bingo 

Resumes Sept 5, 2018 and will be played every Wednesday afternoon until the end of May 2019

Doors open 12:30

Early birds 1:30

Regular games 2:00

 

Bingo over approximately 3:45 


1:30 pm , North End Community Centre, 1313 Stickney Ave, Brandon
Concert: Songs from the Heart

 

 Reg Downey & Andreas Flensted Song Concert 

Nov. 21, 7 PM at Grace Mennonite Church,

$10 admission at the door to cover costs,

snacks to follow! 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnzhCjADnthfDbq0AIzpJqg


7:00 pm, Grace Mennonite Church, Grace Mennonite Church
Minnedosa Drama club

 


On poster, Minnedosa community hall, Minnedosa community hall
Money Matters

 

Join us for the upcoming

 

MONEY MATTERS

 

FREE Workshops at

Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

 

 

Topics include:

Workshop 1: Budgeting and Spending Plans

Thursday, November 7, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 2: Banking Basics

Thursday, November 14, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 3: Credit and Borrowing

Thursday, November 21, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 4: Saving and RESP’s

Thursday, November 28, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 


Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

129 - 12th Street |204-729-9964

blc@wcgwave.ca |blcbrandon.com

   Learn  more  at:  abcmoneymatters.ca

 



6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Brandon Literacy Council Inc., 129 - 12th Street
Wednesday's Weekly Meditation Classes

Weekly Meditation classes led by Buddhist nun, Gen Kelsang Rigden from Kadampa Meditation Centre Winnipeg.

Two classes each week, one at

3-4pm Simply Meditate for two guided meditations and short teaching.

6-7:15pm for two guided meditations, Q&A and short modern Buddhist Teaching.

$10 ea class or 5 classes for $40 series card

(or if you register for the 3pm class you can come back for next class for free!)

Everyone Welcome!

for more information contact us at 204-691-3323

or info@meditateinwinnipeg.org

 


3pm &; 6pm, Lady of the Lake, Lady of the Lake

Thursday, November 22 (View map of this day's events)
Prairie Sky Yoga Workshop

Prairie Sky Yoga Workshop

The Science of Breathing: Pranayama to rewire your stress response.

We can change how we respond to everyday stressors. Research shows that Pranayama (breathing exercises) can affect regulation of glucose and fat metabolism; decrease levels of cortisol; and improve how your body uses insulin.   Other effects calm the nervous system.  This workshop will give you a good grounding in simple breathing exercises that you can follow on your own. 

$30 Register by November 1.

Contact Carolynn at 204-728-4976 or prairieskyyoga(at)gmail(dot)com

 

 


7-9 pm, Grand Valley Road, Grand Valley Road
Summit Toastmasters

Toastmasters is a great club to join if you‘re looking to improve your public speaking and gain confidence.


7:00 am, Rotary Villas, 1340 10TH
The Last 100 Days - RCA Museum Exhibit

 

1918 – The Last 100 Days

 

 

The RCA Museum at CFB Shilo is proud to present “1918 – The Last 100 Days”.  This temporary exhibit traces the Canadian experience at the end of the First World War in France and Belgium.  

Some of the hardest fought battles and highest casualty rates came at the end of the war – 100 years ago.

 

 

 

 A temporary gallery will run from May 17, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. until December 14, 2018 at: 

 

The RCA Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building N-118

 

Patricia Road

 

CFB Shilo

phone (204) 765-3000 ext 3570 for more information.


1:00 p.m., The RCA Museum, Building N118, Patricia Road, Shilo, Manitoba

Friday, November 23 (View map of this day's events)
United Way Holiday Tree Auction

EVENT DATE: November 23, 2018

It's that time of year again to spread some holiday magic here in Westman.

The United Way Brandon & District 23rd Annual Holiday Tree Auction if a fundraiser that benefits many people in our community.  12 families will receive some holiday magic, a fully decorated tree and gifts for their families all thanks to the generous support of local employee and community groups. The trees are auctioned off to our community & corporate supporters, the winning bids are then donated to the United Way Annual Camapign which in turn directs those funds directly back into the community.

We still have a few trees to be sponsored, if you would like to participate, volunteer or come our and show your support please contact us at events@brandonuw.ca

  


4:30 pm, Victoria Inn

Saturday, November 24 (View map of this day's events)
Craft Sale - Hartney

MARK YOUR CALENDAR - 2018 Vendor List

Kelly Morrison - Tupperware
Anglican Church Women - Church Mice
Bernadette McPherson - Quilts, Knitting
Darcia Wright - Magnolia & Vine, Jewelry 
Karen Pettinger - Homemade Soaps, Cards
Lyantales.com - Personalized items
Tammie Criddle - Avon
Sylvia Aeichele - Essential Oils
Sandra Coleman - Just mitts
Coral Millar - Partylite
Kristen Kirkup - Tooth whitening toothpaste
Oh Shiny Things - Jewelry
Val White - Baking & Crafts
Prairie Mommas - Soaps, Crochet, Handpainted Glass
Valentus - Speciality Coffee
Anna Waldner - Doll Clothes, Baby Clothes
Candy Henderson - Thiry One bags, Crafts
Afton Westood - Crafts
Karen Nickel - Bath & Beauty Products, Scentsy
Pearl Cairns - 5th Avenue Jewelry
Hartney 4-H - Baking
Claris Isabey - Crafts & Xmas Puddings
Amanda Stuart - Honey
Kelsey Barkley - Tiber River
Breanne coffrey - Young living , Diffuser Bracelets
Diane McGowan 
Moe Gray - Woodcraft Moe's Bowls
Grads of 2019 - Raffle Table
Stacie Poirier - Mary Kay
Mary Gervais - Canning
Marshall Teetaert - Craft and Baking
Hart Cam Museum - Baking Fundraiser

Join us for Lunch
Chili & A Bun or Sandwich
Dessert

 

See event listing on Facebook - Hartney Craft Sale


10:00-3:00, Hartney, Centennial Centre
Curling Clinic

UPCOMING CURLMANITOBA PROGRAMS; Register Now to ensure a spot

Curling Clinic at the Minnedosa Curling Club

November 24, 3:30-5:30pm $40

– Work on your line of delivery

– Work on sweeping techniques

– Work on balance

Click here to register https://mb.curling.io/en/products/2524-curling-clinic

 

Train the Trainer at the Minnedosa Curling Club

November 24, 1-3pm $20

– Learn how to teach proper hack set up

– How to teach sweeping and release

Use this link to register https://mb.curling.io/en/products/2523-train-the-trainer

 


3:30-5:30, Minnedosa Curling Rink, Minnedosa Curling Rink
Global Christmas Market

Global Christmas Market!!!!

 

Saturday, November 24th from 10am - 2pm in the Great Medallion Room located at 23 - 12th Street.

 

A great selection of art, clothing, baked goods, hand crafted gifts, body care and so much more!!!!

We even have a special guest from the North Pole attending the Christmas Market!!!

For more information contact Erin at globalmarketbrandon@gmail.com 

or phone 204-728-2227


10am- 2pm, Medallion Room, 23 - 12th Street
Miniota Bingo

Miniota Community Centre BINGO

Every Saturday Doors open @ 6:30PM

Early Bird Games @ 7:30PM 

Regular Games @ 8:00PM

Located at the Miniota Community Hall 


7:30 PM, Miniota Community Hall, 568 Miniota Road
The New Woman's Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980

Daly House Museum New Fashion Exhibit –  The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880 to 1980

BRANDON, MB October 12, 2018 –Eileen Trott, Curator, Daly House Museum announced today that the Museum has launched anexciting new exhibit in its Community Gallery to celebrate Women’s History Month.  It’s a 100-year retrospective that focuses on the unprecedented changes in women’s fashions from the 1880s to the 1980s and the underlying seismic shifts in women’s roles in Canadian Society.    Artifacts from the Museum’s own collections examine the emergence of the “New Woman” as she was dubbed in popular culture from the 1890s. During this time period women started to move away from their traditional domestic roles and began pursuing higher education, office jobs, active sports, and social reforms. The active lives of the newwoman required more practical streamlined clothing than the many-layered, heavily draped outfits of the late Victorian lady. 

A fashion timeline of costumed mannequins shows the progression of women’s dresses, most noticeably in their size and shape, the fabrics and layers used, and the varying necklines, waistlines and skirt lengths deployed.  A sampling of women’s undergarments and accessories illuminate how women achieved the desired/required shape. An array of hats, shoes, and jewelry which complemented a woman’s look is also on display. 

Scattered throughout the exhibit photographs depictthe styles of local women and store front displays from local businesses.  A section of these photographs highlight the clothing that represents the active outdoor life of the New Woman.  This active woman defied societal rules to create clothing that allowed women to participate energetically intennis or to wheel her bicycle down a country lane, but societal ideas of “proper” feminine attire slowed the progress of more practical sportwear including swimwear.

“The New Woman’s Fashion Revolution: 1880-1980” is a stunning visual experience bound to appeal to costume lovers and historians alike. By tracing the evolution of fashion that took place in reaction to the numerous changes in women’s roles, visitors are reminded of how intertwined decorative arts are with the culture of the times.

This exhibit was made possible through the support of Manitoba Heritage Grants.  Daly House Museum is grateful for this support.

Exhibit will run until February 28, 2019. 


10:00 am - 4:00 pm, 122-18th Street Brandon, MB

Sunday, November 25 (View map of this day's events)
The Redeemed Christian Church of God Restoration Brandon

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THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD

RESTORATION PARISH BRANDON

- WORSHIP SERVICE

SUNDAYS: 1:00PM - 3:30PM

- BIBLE STUDY/FAITH CLINIC

WEDNESDAYS: 7:00PM - 9:00PM

- HOLY GHOST SERVICE (Prayer Vigil)

LAST FRIDAYS: 9:00PM -12:00AM

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FELLOWSHIP HALL

ST. MATTHEW’S ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL CHURCH

403 - 13th Street

Phone: 204 869 2203

Email: rccgbrandon1@gmail.com

"Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever" Hebrews 13:8


1:00pm - 3:30pm, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church, St. Matthew's Anglican Cathedral Church

Monday, November 26 (View map of this day's events)
Donation Drive &; Resource Fair

 

MANITOBA SUBSTANCE USE AND ADDICTIONS AWARENESS WEEK AND AFM PRESENTS:

 

 DONATION DRIVE

&

RESOURCE FAIR

MONDAY NOV. 26, 2018    CMHA RE-FIT STORE  23-12TH ST

4PM-7PM

ITEMS COLLECTED FOR THE SAMARITAN HOUSE SAFE & WARM SHELTER:

CEREAL, CANNED FOOD, HYGIENE ITEMS, BABY WIPES+WASH, FEMININE HYGIENE ITEMS AND COLD WEATHER GEAR FOR ALL AGES

Substance use and addiction affects #allwalksoflife.  as part of the Manitoba Substance Use and Addiction Awareness Week's 2018 theme, AFM invites all community members to join us at the CMHA Re-Fit Store to drop off donations in support of Samaritan House Safe & Warm Shelter.  Enjoy a warm drink and snack (provided by Prepare with Flair), hear stories of hope and recovery, and increase your awareness of substance use and addiction resources in Brandon th rough resources and speakers.

 


4pm -7pm , CMHA Re-Fit Store , CMHA Re-Fit Store
Guided Mindfulness Meditation

Guided Mindfulness Meditation in Brandon MB

Join us every Monday from 7:00 - 8:00 PM at
Inspire You Studio (435 Rosser Ave)

All humans welcome

expand your mind - experience something.... different.

 

Want to know more? Follow us on Instagram @meditationbrandon


7:00 PM, Inspire You Studio, 435 Rosser Avenue
Manitoba Farm Safety Conference - No cost, open to all farmers

Farmers of all commodities are invited to take part in this free, one-day conference. An excellent opportunity to network with fellow producers and attend expert-lead sessions on:

  • Pesticide personal protective equipment
  • General personal protective equipment
  • Noise exposure
  • Confined space entry
  • Respirator fitting
  • Harness fitting

In Brandon on the 26th and Winnipeg on the 28th, these conferences are open to all farmers at no cost, though spaces are limited so registration is required by November 21, 2018. Light breakfast, lunch, coffee/tea and refreshments will be served free with your registration courtesy of the Manitoba Farm Safety Program and Keystone Agricultural producers.

Whether you are a small family-run operation, or have multiple workers, this conference is for you.

TO LEARN MORE AND TO REGISTER VISIT: www.manitobafarmsafety.ca/training-events


9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Keystone Centre - Salon A, Keystone Centre - Salon A
Paint Night in Support of the United Way

Join us for an evening in support of the United Way.

Space is limited to the first 40 people.

Coat is $40/person and must be paid in advance at the Front Desk of the Canad Inns.

Minors are welcome


7pm-10pm, Canad Inns Roadhouse

Tuesday, November 27 (View map of this day's events)
Budget Breakers Workshop

Budget Breakers Workshop 
November 27th - 7PM

Grand Valley Church - 1620 Braecrest Drive

Have you ever asked: Where did all of my money go this month? 

Ever wondered how you will make it to the next paycheck?

It’s become common and normal to feel like we're broke, to feel that we don’t have enough but we’re not sure what the solution is.

The solution to getting in control of your money starts with learning what’s breaking your budget. While the word budget tends to have gotten a bad reputation – it’s just a plan for your money. And good planning requires us to be aware of what obstacles may get in our way. 

Join us on November 27th as Tim St. Vincent from the Credit Counselling Society of Canada helps us:

  • Understand the components of a budget (net income, expenses, and money for spending later)
  • Anticipate, plan and pay for irregular expenses like birthdays, car maintenance, clothing, school supplies, and vacations
  • Create an emergency savings plan for rainy days
  • Recognize when you’re spending money impulsively
  • Create an easy-to-implement action plan to manage impulse spending so that you stop the cycle
  • Create SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and timed) goals
  • Create and manage savings for things like vacations and fun things
  • Save $1378 in 1 year
  • Learn what your money set point is so that you can sleep at night knowing that you’ll be able to handle any budget breakers that may arise

This is a completely FREE event designed to help you manage your money better.

Get your FREE Ticket Online


7PM, Grand Valley Church, 1620 Braecrest Drive
MFGA’s Regenerative Agriculture Conference

Attend the first-ever Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association (MFGA)’s Regenerative Agriculture Conference “Adapting to Today’s Food and Farming World”. The conference will be focused on highlighting opportunities to boost farm profits using farm systems and ground level-thinking that enhances available natural resources such as healthy soil and intact grasslands.

Presented by MFGA, the conference committees have designed an excellent program with speakers from across North America and right here in Manitoba to discuss and demonstrate how livestock and grain farmers can profitably apply the principles of regenerative agriculture. Topics include crop livestock integration, soil biology, intercropping, grazing management, water management, and financial management.

FEES (GST will be added to all fees)

Note: Early Bird Rates until Sept 15, registration deadline Nov 14
MFGA Member: $300 early bird; $350 after
Non-Member: $350 early bird; $400 after
Students: $250 early bird; $300 after
Farm Rate: (2 members from same farm)
– MFGA Member (at least one member): $600 early bird; $650 after
– Non-Member: $650 early bird; $700 after
Sponsor & Exhibit Opportunities: Holly Troop, Ph: 204-385-6633 or Holly.Troop@gov.mb.ca


All day, Victoria Inn, 3550 Victoria Avenue, Brandon, MB, 3550 Victoria Avenue, Brandon, MB

Wednesday, November 28 (View map of this day's events)
Afternoon Bingo

North End Community Centre Bingo 

Resumes Sept 5, 2018 and will be played every Wednesday afternoon until the end of May 2019

Doors open 12:30

Early birds 1:30

Regular games 2:00

 

Bingo over approximately 3:45 


1:30 pm , North End Community Centre, 1313 Stickney Ave, Brandon
City of Brandon Come &; Go Open House

The City of Brandon delivers a wide range of programs and services to the community via its Public Works department, namely Transit, Sanitation, Sewer and Water, Streets and Roads, and Parks.

To efficiently offer these services and to ensure that its employees are safe, The City is looking to create a cost-effective private radio network. The project will lower The City’s communication costs and have an approximate payback of 3-4 years on an expected 15-year life cycle. In order to accommodate this technology, The City is proposing to install a single monopole at one of two locations: south side of City Hall, or the SW corner of the A.R. McDiarmid Civic Complex.

We are holding an official Public Consultation Period from November 13, 2018 – December 12, 2018. All questions or comments will be responded to within 60 days. You can call 204-729-2238, email feedback@brandon.ca, or mail Jason Kelusky, Manager of IT, City of Brandon, 410 – 9th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 6A2.

You are invited to join us for a Come & Go Open House on Wednesday, November 27, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM at the Brandon Design Studio, located at 638 Princess Avenue. Use East entrance and turn left.


5:30 - 7:00 PM, Brandon Design Studio, 638 Princess Avenue, Brandon, MB
MFGA’s Regenerative Agriculture Conference

Attend the first-ever Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association (MFGA)’s Regenerative Agriculture Conference “Adapting to Today’s Food and Farming World”. The conference will be focused on highlighting opportunities to boost farm profits using farm systems and ground level-thinking that enhances available natural resources such as healthy soil and intact grasslands.

Presented by MFGA, the conference committees have designed an excellent program with speakers from across North America and right here in Manitoba to discuss and demonstrate how livestock and grain farmers can profitably apply the principles of regenerative agriculture. Topics include crop livestock integration, soil biology, intercropping, grazing management, water management, and financial management.

FEES (GST will be added to all fees)

Note: Early Bird Rates until Sept 15, registration deadline Nov 14
MFGA Member: $300 early bird; $350 after
Non-Member: $350 early bird; $400 after
Students: $250 early bird; $300 after
Farm Rate: (2 members from same farm)
– MFGA Member (at least one member): $600 early bird; $650 after
– Non-Member: $650 early bird; $700 after
Sponsor & Exhibit Opportunities: Holly Troop, Ph: 204-385-6633 or Holly.Troop@gov.mb.ca


All day, Victoria Inn, 3550 Victoria Avenue, Brandon, MB, 3550 Victoria Avenue, Brandon, MB
Minnedosa Drama club

 


On poster, Minnedosa community hall, Minnedosa community hall
Money Matters

 

Join us for the upcoming

 

MONEY MATTERS

 

FREE Workshops at

Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

 

 

Topics include:

Workshop 1: Budgeting and Spending Plans

Thursday, November 7, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 2: Banking Basics

Thursday, November 14, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 3: Credit and Borrowing

Thursday, November 21, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 

Workshop 4: Saving and RESP’s

Thursday, November 28, 2018; 6 pm to 8 pm

 


Brandon Literacy Council Inc.

129 - 12th Street |204-729-9964

blc@wcgwave.ca |blcbrandon.com

   Learn  more  at:  abcmoneymatters.ca

 



6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Brandon Literacy Council Inc., 129 - 12th Street
Truth About Credit: Library Information Session
Have you ever wondered where debt comes from? Or worried about your own debt or credit? If you answer "yes" to either question, you're not alone! Join us for a free information session from the Credit Counselling Society to learn more about credit, credit bureaus, credit scores, and credit reports.
 
Facilitated by Tim Saint Vincent of the Credit Counselling Society, this program is free and open to anyone. The program runs from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm on Wednesday, November 28. Please register ahead of time at the Brandon Public Library, or by phoning 204-727-6648. For more information, email Programming and Outreach Librarian Danielle Hubbard at danielle@wmrl.ca.

10:30 am - 12:30 pm, Library Meeting Room, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 1
Wednesday's Weekly Meditation Classes

Weekly Meditation classes led by Buddhist nun, Gen Kelsang Rigden from Kadampa Meditation Centre Winnipeg.

Two classes each week, one at

3-4pm Simply Meditate for two guided meditations and short teaching.

6-7:15pm for two guided meditations, Q&A and short modern Buddhist Teaching.

$10 ea class or 5 classes for $40 series card

(or if you register for the 3pm class you can come back for next class for free!)

Everyone Welcome!

for more information contact us at 204-691-3323

or info@meditateinwinnipeg.org

 


3pm &; 6pm, Lady of the Lake, Lady of the Lake

Thursday, November 29 (View map of this day's events)
Summit Toastmasters

Toastmasters is a great club to join if you‘re looking to improve your public speaking and gain confidence.


7:00 am, Rotary Villas, 1340 10TH
The Last 100 Days - RCA Museum Exhibit

 

1918 – The Last 100 Days

 

 

The RCA Museum at CFB Shilo is proud to present “1918 – The Last 100 Days”.  This temporary exhibit traces the Canadian experience at the end of the First World War in France and Belgium.  

Some of the hardest fought battles and highest casualty rates came at the end of the war – 100 years ago.

 

 

 

 A temporary gallery will run from May 17, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. until December 14, 2018 at: 

 

The RCA Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building N-118

 

Patricia Road

 

CFB Shilo

phone (204) 765-3000 ext 3570 for more information.


1:00 p.m., The RCA Museum, Building N118, Patricia Road, Shilo, Manitoba


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