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Wednesday, June 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
2520 Royal Canadian Army Cadets

Become a Cadet

 

What if you were told that there was a dynamic, structured youth program that offered Canadian youth a variety of interesting and challenging activities?

What if you were told that this same program developed in youth an increased level of self-confidence, self-esteem and self-awareness?

Cadets are motivated to improve their physical fitness, to work harder at their academic studies and to give back to their communities through volunteerism and citizenship activities.

The Cadet Program also has a direct impact on Canadian society as a whole. Cadets have the opportunity to take part in various leadership roles throughout the program. There is definite value in having well-rounded, community-minded, experienced young people who are ready to assume their places as tomorrow’s leaders and decision makers.

 

Come down to the Brandon Armories every Wednesday. Youth ages 12-18! 

For more detailed information see this link;

http://www.cadets.ca/en/join/cadets.page

 

 


18:30, Brandon Armories , 1115 Victoria Avenue
Dragon Boat

 

Learn to Dragon Boat with Westman Dragon Boat Association’s team Brandon Blaze

 

Wednesday evenings from 6:15pm – 7:30pm (May 30th to Sept 12th)

 

Minnedosa Lake Campground Beach - Come 10 minutes early for registration

 

  • Mixed Gender Team Sport
  • Ages 16 and over are welcome
  • No previous paddling experience required
  • First time trying it is FREE!
  • Promoting fun physical activity in a 40-foot boat
  • Recreational team with the goal of participating in a Dragon Boat Festival in September

 

 What does an evening of dragon boating look like? 

 

  • Start with a warm-up on land
  • Personal Flotation Device jackets (PFDs) and paddles are supplied
  • Line up to see who paddles left and who paddles right
  • Load the boat and head out onto the water
  • Practices include a warm-up on the water, stretches, fun drills and some timing and start work
  • After paddling we meet up for a coffee or ice cream!

 

 Carpooling from Brandon takes place between 5:10pm – 5:30pm at the gravel parking lot north of MACK Trucking on 1st Street

 

 

Look for Brandon Blaze on Facebook or email us at westmandragonboat@gmail.com for further information


6:15pm - 7:30pm, Minnedosa Lake Campground Beach, Minnedosa Lake Campground Beach
Exhibition 2

Join us for our second exhibition opening featuring artists Lisa Lysack and Derryl May. Lisa is showcasing her Bodies of Water exhibtion and Derryl will be showing his Human Nature exhibtion. The exhibition runs from June 15th to July 3rd. The gallery is open 7 days a week from 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM. We look forward to seeing everyone! 


10:00 AM - 5:30 PM, Wasagaming, MB, Wasagaming, MB
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
Reflections on Aging

Communications workshop: Reframing our views on aging

The University of Manitoba’s Centre on Aging will be hosting a series of workshops across Manitoba to discuss how we can better present information on aging. Join us at our next Workshop

 

 

 

June 20, 2018

 

11:00 am–2:30 pm (*Registration opens at 10:30 am)

 

Park Avenue Activity Centre (Seniors for Seniors) 

 

311 Park Avenue East | Brandon MB

 

*A light lunch will be served following the workshop. Lunch RSVPs are due June 13, 2018.

 

Download the registration form: https://bit.ly/2JifTRf

 

 

 

About the workshop

 

Ageism is rampant across the world and has been identified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a major issue facing older adults. For older adults to be fully valued by society and hence included socially, ageism needs to be overcome. Unfortunately, many ways that are currently used to communicate about aging might unknowingly have negative effects. Based on public opinion research and empirical testing, the FrameWorks Institute has developed a new toolkit for communicating about aging. The focus of the workshop will be on providing sound information and practical solutions for how to communicate effectively about aging-related issues.

 

 

 

Who should attend

 

Anyone who communicates about aging including: staff and board members of organizations related to older people (e.g., seniors centres, advocacy and programming organizations, age-friendly community committees, etc.), government and regional health authority staff, media, teachers, students, researchers, and older people.

 

 

 

For additional information, visit the Centre’s Web site: http://umanitoba.ca/centres/aging/events/coa_communication-workshop.html

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel Ines

 

 

 

Communications Coordinator
Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba
338 Isbister Building
Winnipeg MB  R3T 2N2

 


11:00-2:30pm, Park Avenue Activity Centre, Park Avenue Activity Centre
UM Centre on Aging Communications Workshop

Centre on Aging Communications workshop: Reframing our views on aging

The University of Mantioba's Centre on Aging will be hosting a series of workshops across Manitoba where participants will learn about the FrameWorks Institute’s toolkit on how to communicate effectively about aging-related issues.

About the workshop

Ageism is rampant across the world and has been identified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a major issue facing older adults. For older adults to be fully valued by society and hence included socially, ageism needs to be overcome. Unfortunately, many ways that are currently used to communicate about aging might unknowingly have negative effects.

Who should attend

Anyone who communicates about aging including: staff and board members of organizations related to older people (e.g., seniors centres, advocacy and programming organizations, age-friendly community committees, etc.), government and regional health authority staff, media, teachers, students, researchers, and older people.

*Registration opens at 10:30 am
A light lunch will be served following the workshop. Lunch RSVPs are due one week before the Communication workshop (submit by June 13, 2018)

For full details, visit: umanitoba.ca/aging


10:00 am -2:30 pm, Park Avenue Activity Centre (Seniors for Seniors), 311 Park Avenue East

Thursday, June 21 (View map of this day's events)
National Indigenous Peoples Day

Join Riding Mountain National Park on June 21 to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day! Come watch a teepee raising at 1 p.m. on the Visitor Centre lawn, then try your hand at raising your own mini teepee. After, join us in the Visitor Centre theatre to see traditional handiwork and speak to the Anishinabe artists.


1:00PM - 4:00PM, Visitors Centre, 133 Wasagaming Drive
Relay Celebration Night

Relay for Life Celebration Night

in lieu of our rained out event on June 2nd

 

Thursday June 21st

7pm

MNP Hall - Keystone Centre

Dessert Buffet $10 a person (No Charge - for our Survivors & Registered Participants)

 

Luminary Ceremony, survivors Celebration, Entertainment, Great Raffle Prizes

Open to the Public

 

For More info - Please Contact Leann at the Canadian Cancer Society

204-571-2802   lbower@mb.cancer.ca


7pm, MNP Hall - Keystone Centre, MNP Hall - Keystone Centre
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
Valleyview Care Centre Yard Sale!

Valleyview Care Centre will be hosting it's Annual Yard Sale on June 21st, from 10am-2pm. Come by and support our residents - all proceeds will go to our Resident Council Fund! Located on the west side of our building, off Clement Drive. Look forward to seeing you there!


10:00am-2:00pm, Valleyview Care Centre, 3015 Victoria Ave. Brandon, MB

Friday, June 22 (View map of this day's events)
Chase the Ace

A fundraiser for the 

SOCIETY FOR MANITOBANS WITH DISABILITIES

Proceesds benefit programs and services in the Westman Region. 

CHASE THE ACE

The event takes place every FRIDAY in the Games Room of the Royal Canadian Legion - Branch # 3,     560 13th Street Eeast. 

Tickets are sold from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. The ticket price is $ 2.00. 

The draw takes place at 6:15 pm. 

If the winner picks the Ace of Spade, they receive the Jackpot wich started at $ 1,000.00 and grows weekly. 

If the winner picks any other card they will receive 20% of daily sales. 

For more information call Cindy Stumme - 204 726 6160

License No: LGA 3031-RF-27615


3:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Royal Canadian Legion - Branch # 3, 560 13th Street E
Lawn Bowling Provincial Men's Fours

Brandon's Wheat City Lawn Bowling Club will be hosting the Provincial Men's Fours on June 22 & 23, 2018 at Rideau Park, 345 Park Street, Brandon.  Brandon will be represented by Tim Lame, Rod Rose, Len Howell and Kevin Foley. Draw Times: June 22 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Spectators welcome! 

 

 


1:00 pm, 345 Park Street in Rideau Park
Minnedosa Farmers Market

Minnedosa Farmers Market

Join us Fridays from 5-7. Local food, local people, local fun!
Sundays from 11-1, located at our beach.
 
Have you thought about joining a Farmers Market? Minnedosa offers two markets, one runs Friday evening from 5-7pm located at 4th Ave Sw and the second runs Sunday from 11-1 at our beach! If you are interested in joining our market we offer low table rental fee's, with tables and canopies provided for Friday markets and tables provided for Sunday markets. We are a make it, bake it grow it market but we also allow home businesses to take part. All product must be produced by you! (or offered from your home business) If you would like more information about our market please email Nicki at minnedosafarmersmarket@gmail.com
 
Or join us on these dates and see what treasures you may find!! Our opening Friday market starts June 22 and runs until Sept 14th. Our opening Sunday markets starts July 1st, which will be very very busy at the beach, and runs until end of August.

https://www.facebook.com/MinnedosaFarmersMarket/


5-7pm, 4th Ave Sw, Minnedosa, MB, 4th Ave Sw, Minnedosa, MB

Saturday, June 23 (View map of this day's events)
50's 60's Rock and Roll dance

Forever Young club of Brandon

Old Time Rock and Roll dance

Saturday June 23rd

Park ave. Activity Centre

311 Park ave. East

Featuring the "Slim Jim Band"

Doors open tunes on at 7:30/ live band from 8:00-midnight.

Tickets; $15 for non members/$12 for FYC members

For more info; Darren at djhenry64@gmail.com or text 1 807 407 5209

Winnie , call or text 204 573 3804

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


7:30-Midnight, Park ave. Activity Centre, Park ave. Activity Centre
Minute to Win it &; BBQ

When: June 23rd

Start: 10am with BBQ @ 11am

End: TBA depending how many teams are registered

Cost: $10 per player with teams of up to 5 people.
$5 if you wish to come and play a few games without being in the competition

Additional details: Games will be set up by 10am in the parking lot at shoppers drug mart. You may come and play for $5 between then and competition start at 11am. Team members may come at this time to practice if they wish with no additional charge. 
Competition will be based on points. The team with the most points will win a grand prize (TBD)

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me directly if you have any questions! We are making sure all games are kid friendly, so bring them along for some fun! Every dollar you spend is going directly to the Women's Resource Centre in Brandon, so know you are helping out an amazing LOCAL charity!

 

 

Contact: Jessica Brennan @ 204-720-8418 or jessicadvdb@gmail.com with questions or to register your team!


10am, Shoppers Drug Mart on Victoria, 139 Victoria Ave East
Westman Stroke Support Group

June is Stroke Awareness Month!! 

Come out and support the

Westman Stroke Support Group

on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018,

at a BBQ at Heritage Co op on Richmond Ave.

A Smokie & Pop $3.00

All of the BBQ workers will be a stroke survivour or a care giver.

There will be information on the stroke support group through hand outs that day.


11 am - 3 pm, Heritage Co op on Richmond Ave., Brandon, Heritage Co op on Richmond Ave., Brandon
Wolverine Days Open House and Range Event

WOLVERINE DAYS

ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE & RANGE EVENT


JUNE 23 10AM - 4PM / JUNE 24 10AM - 3PM


RAIN OR SHINE - THE EVENT WILL GO ON!

ABOUT WOLVERINE DAYS


To thank our customers for their continued support we hold an annual Customer Appreciation Day and Open House every year featuring exclusive in-store only deals and free giveaways, and for the first time in 2013, a range event where people can have the opportunity to test out a variety of different firearms! It is a great opportunity to come out and see the store and range and get a taste of what shooting sports is all about!

FAMILY FRIENDLY


 

This is a family friendly event. 
EVERYONE IS WELCOME, ALL AGES, ALL EXPERIENCE LEVELS. 
Range staff will work one on one with each individual to provide proper instruction for safe operation of each firearm. You are not required to have a firearms license to participate.

IN-STORE PROMOTIONS


 

Get the chance to win 5%-50% off your purchase! 
Lots of great prizes, draws and DOOR CRASHER pricing on select items.

MANUFACTURER REPS


 

Reps on site from BARRETT, BENELLI, BERETTA, BLASER, DANIEL DEFENSE, REMINGTON, SAKKO, TIKKA, VORTEX... and many more!

RANGE EVENT


 

Various stations including over 30 different Rifles, Handguns and Shotguns in a variety of calibres from .22 LR to .50 BMG! 

To participate, all you have to do is sign a waiver, and purchase ammo tickets for $5.00 each. 
Ammo can be used at all the stations on the range and are redeemable for varied amounts of ammo, depending on the firearm / calibre of choice!

If you are under the age of 18, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

WHERE IS WOLVERINE DAYS


Wolverine Days is located at Wolverine Supplies in Virden, MB.

For directions, check out the map and coordinates on our Contact Us page!

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


10:00AM-4:00PM, Wolverine Supplies, Virden, MB

Sunday, June 24 (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, June 25 (View map of this day's events)
2nd Annual Adult &; Teen Challenge Golf Tournament

The tournament will be hosted at Minnedosa Golf & Country Club this year, where you will enjoy a traditional 18 holes of golf, with registration at 12pm and tee-off at 1pm. Green fees, golf balls, a shared cart, lunch, steak supper, promo item and a guaranteed prize are all included if you raise a minimum of $250 in donations (fundraiser prizes are distributed in the order of funds raised). If you'd like to attend the steak supper only, or invite a guest, extra meal tickets are available for $30 each if we're notified by June 1st.

Additional fundraising: For every $2500 raised in additional donations, receive a draw ticket for our top prize - a beautiful 1974 Chevrolet 350 Truck! 
 
Don't forget to register on or before June 1st to be entered into an early bird draw for a $250 Keg gift card!

To register by phone, or reserve extra meal tickets ($30)
call Aaron Murray at 204-821-4920.
You can also register online at www.teenchallenge.mb.ca/brandongolf
 

12:00pm, Minnedosa Golf &; Country Club, 61 6th Ave SW, Minnedosa, MB
Kiwanis Kar Derby

Annual Kiwanis Kar Derby will be held June 2 ,2018 Full information at  karderby.ca

A fun Family event, no admission charge. food booth available


am, Lorne Ave East, Lorne Ave East
Summer Reading Club at the Library

Registration for the Brandon Public Library's Summer Reading Club opens Monday, June 25th. Beginning at 10 am on the 25th, parents and kids can stop by the library to sign up for this free program that encourages reading and enquiry throughout the summer.

Kids who sign up receive a Log Book to keep track of their reading. Earn draw entries and prizes when you reach reading goals of 100 minutes,a nd prizes when you reach goals of 300 and 600 minutes.

Read to Me is a special variation of the Summer Reading Club, for kids who haven't yet mastered reading on their own. In the Read to Me program, children receive a sticker for every five books that borrowed from the library and read with the help of a parent, sibling, guardian, or friend. For reading goals of 15, 30, and 45 books, your child will receive a prize.

Summer Reading Club also has a category for teens. Teens earn draw entries and prizes for reaching reading goals of 750 pages and 1500 pages.

Learn more about all these programs - and more summer happenings! - at the Brandon Public Library, by phone at 204-727-6648, or by emailing info@wmrl.ca.


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


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