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The Black Hole Theatre Company's Marat Sade

The Black Hole Theatre Company's performance of Marat/Sade

Community Events – November & December, 2018

November 15, 2018 — 

The University of Manitoba has a wide range of public events taking place on campus and in the community this October and November! Explore our wide range of accessible programming, from cultural and intellectual events to sports games and family activities.

 

GAME CHANGER – GRAND FINALE
See the top solutions put forward by teams as they compete for a grand prize of $5,000!
Game Changer: Manitoba’s Idea Competition is an exciting, two-part contest that gives all Manitoba residents over the age of 16 an opportunity to identify problems and work in teams to devise “game-changing” solutions.
November 21, 4 – 6 PM | Free
EITC Engineering Atrium, Fort Garry Campus

 

THE BLACK HOLE THEATRE PRESENTS: UNDER MILK WOOD
Staged with influences from traditional Japanese theatre, Dylan Thomas’ radio play brings to life the joy and sorrow of a regular day in a small community.
November 21 – December 1
Tickets $20; alumni, seniors, Arts industry $15; students $10
John J. Conklin Theatre at the Gail Asper Performing Arts Hall, Fort Garry campus

 

BOOK LAUNCH – NOT A NEW PROBLEM: VIOLENCE IN THE LIVES OF DISABLED WOMEN
Contributors to Not a New Problem will examine the experiences of Canadian women with disabilities, the need for improved access to services, the ways that violence is exacerbated and intersects with gender, equality, indigeneity, race, ethnicity and class. Co-sponsored by RESOLVE.
November 26, 7 – 9 PM | Free
The Atrium, McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Avenue

 

CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE: Is Canada a safe haven? Experiences in resettling refugees in Canada
Join our panel of experts as they discuss many aspects of this topic, including our duty to protect others, the true economic costs of resettlement and misconceptions that shape false attitudes and beliefs.
November 27, 7 PM | Free
McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Avenue
RSVP to Research_Communications [at] umanitoba [dot] ca or call 204 474 6689

 

PAGANINI VIOLIN CONCERTO AND BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY NO. 7
An evening of orchestral music presented by the Desautels Faculty of Music Symphony Orchestra Ensemble, featuring Dr. Oleg Pokhanovski.
November 28, 7:30 PM | $15; students $5
Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster Avenue
Tickets available at the Music Main Office, Room 319 Taché Hall, 136 Dafoe Road or at the door

 

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA AT THE FARM
Santa is visiting the Discovery Centre! Enjoy a pancake and sausage breakfast on the farm, take a picture with Santa and join in on some outdoor winter activities. Pre-registration required.
December 1, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM | $5 plus GST; $3.50 plus GST for those 3 or 4 years old
Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre – 1290 Research Station Road, Glenlea, Manitoba
(15 minutes south of Winnipeg on Hwy 75)

 

SING!
The University Singers, Concert Choir and Women’s Chorus from the Desautels Faculty of Music come together for a seasonal concert that will put you in the holiday mood.
December 1, 7:30 PM | $15; students $5
Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster Avenue
Tickets available at the Music Main Office, Room 319 Taché Hall, 136 Dafoe Road or at the door

 

BANNATYNE CAMPUS HOLIDAY CRAFT SALE
Gifts on your list? Browse Manitoba-made handcrafted items created by talented faculty, staff and students from the Bannatyne campus.
December 13, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM | Free
Brodie Centre Atrium, 727 McDermot Avenue

 

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