Doors open @ 7:00pm | Music starts @ 7:30pm
Christine Fellows finds music in sounds we tend to take for granted: the voices of the people we love, the sounds of the spaces we move through as part of our daily lives. Alternately delicate and rousing, her songs shed light on characters that tend to be overlooked and isolated, those whose struggles and triumphs are difficult to quantify. Many of her characters are women, an intentional focus that Christine has continued through 7 solo albums that highlight the vivid interior lives of pigeon-fanciers, shut-ins, runaways, and solitary travellers in wintery northlands.
Fellows is based in Winnipeg, Canada, where she collaborates with artists from all disciplines to create and produce performance works and recordings.
In November 2018, she’ll release her 7th solo album, Roses on the Vine (Vivat Virtute).
Hey hey hey! All ghosts anHey hey hey! All ghosts and witches are invited!
Join us for an unforgettable Halloween – 2018 that we will celebrate from October 27 till October 31!
It will be a super spooky week for everyone! We prepared so much horrible thing to see, to watch, to play, to try, to enjoy and to remember forever!
Halloween WEEK – October 27 – 31
* every day a lot of fun for all ages
* haunted movies (for different age groups)
* free kids events
* “Decorate the Museum!” contest – bring your decorations, choose the location, decorate and win the prize!***
* 2 photo zones
* special gift for every kid during the Halloween WEEK!
* dino-Halloween colorings and crafts
Halloween NIGHT at the Museum – October 31,
9:00 pm – 1:00 am
Adults only (18+)
Put your Halloween costume on, take your friends with you and prepare to have unforgettable spooky fun, win prizes and spend the best Halloween night at the Museum!
* haunted Museum will open its’ doors for you and your friends!
* first official Night at the Museum!
* Halloween costumes contest (3 categories: Individual, Couples, Palaeo themed)
* spooky games for adults
* horror music
* Mosasaur Ghost Hunt
* photo zones
* horror movies
* snacks & refreshments
* event photographer
Your ghostly hosts: a little bit dead Bruce & Suzy
More details to come!
Welcome to Artisan Alley’s 4th Annual Christmas Market! December 8 at the Morden Friendship Centre, 10:00am to 1:00pm. Artisan Market with amazing food by Mini Donuts (and lemonade) by Jeff & Heidi.
If there’s one constant in life, it’s this: nothing stays the same. Change is inevitable, for better or for worse—it’s the sinister shadow lurking behind the sunniest day, the silver lining that offsets every cloud. That mutability is something with which the members of Dear Rouge are intimately familiar. Since putting out their debut EP in 2012, Drew and Danielle McTaggart have been on a somewhat breathtaking upward trajectory. That independent release led to another one, and the accolades began to flood in: a B.C.–based radio award, songwriting prizes, a sweet record deal, charting singles, and a 2016 Juno for Breakthrough Group of the Year followed in short order.
Bill Durst is a Canadian Blues- Rock- Roots guitarist, singer, songwriter, entertainer who has written and recorded over 125 songs on 12 albums with 7 national radio chart hits. Bill has opened for or shared the stage with Rush, Areosmith, BTO, Yardbirds, John Mayall, Savoy Brown, Bobby Rush, Little Feat, George Thorogood, Bad Company, Edgar Winter Group, Jeff Healey, Steve Strongman, Johnny Winter, Rick Derringer, Jack de Keyser, Ted Nugent, Monkey Junk, L.A. Guns, David Wilcox, Bob Seger, Slade, Downchild, David Clayton Thomas, Sly And The Family Stone and more. Mr. Durst has toured across North America and in Europe and tours extensively in Canada.As a kid growing up in Wingham and then London, Ontario, Bill was heavily influenced by Motown R&B and Toronto Bill was heavily influenced by Motown R&B and Toronto Psychedelic Soul music as well as the British Blues Invasion and Jimi Hendrix.
Doors open @ 7:00pm | Music starts @ 7:30pm
Singer/songwriter Ed Wayne is truly a country artist. His style of music could be called Americana, Folk or Outlaw Music. It is known for its ability to speak to common people about things that really matter. Songs of love, heartache, faith and the struggles of life. Ed has been singing songs together with "The North Border Band" for nearly 10 years. Entertaining audiences in Manitoba and beyond. Ed Wayne and the North Border Band deliver an exciting down to earth show for all ages.
Opening by new country artist Brian Jacobs from Morden. Many of you have seen Brian sharing the stage with Ed for many years. This year he launched his own solo career and is working on his first album. He is happy to continue working with Ed and his musical career.
Christmas Market in the City
Saturday, Oct 27, 2018 at 9:30 AM
Morden Activity Centre, 306 North Railway, Morden, MB
A fundraiser for the Morden & District Lions Club. The following vendors will be present: A Yarn or Two, Baloun's Alpaca Acres, Young Living Oil,Norwex, Tupperware, Discovery Toys, Monat Global, Stella & Dot, Clara Clark Bedding, Pampered Chef, Border Hills Honey, Avon, Watkins, CBD Therapeutics, Baking by Elsie, Thirty One Gifts, Sunset Gourmet, Crafts by Betty, Scentsy, Bee's & G's Wax Wraps, Voxx Life, Epicure, Gail Dueck Knitting, Daring Diva Purses, Sweet Legs, and Wild Sunshine Designs. Pumpkin decorating contest for 5-13, bring pumpkins at 11:00 a.m. Judging at 2:00p.m. Proceeds for local projects.
Contact Sandra Lawrence
Holiday Craft Sale
10:00-4:00pm. Registration opens 12:00pm on August 7, 2018.
Whether you’re shopping for holiday gift ideas, or coming as a vendor to sell your wares, join us at the Access Event Centre in Morden, MB for a day of festive fun!
Access Event Centre, Morden, MB
Contact Pembina Hills Arts Centre
“I KNOW BUTTONS”
GET YOURS TODAY
Central Manitoba Tourism will join with tourism partners in promoting your passion to visitors that travel around the region.
The buttons will engage icebreaker conversations between tourist and service providers (businesses). People who wear the buttons will have a passionate knowledge of their area of interest, thus providing the tourist with a better understanding of local attractions, museums, sports, events and festivals. Visitors will ask tourism related questions and have one-on-one time conversation with Central Manitoba regional volunteer specialist.
Five radio stations will promote the ''I Know' marketing campaign starting June 18th just in time for families to start planning their summer vacations.
For information and buttons please call Central Manitoba Tourism @ 1-877-324-6645
Home of the World's Largest Van Gogh painting.....(Alton
This Hockey Hall of Famer, Stanley Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist grew up here....(Eddie Balfour - Carman)
What is the name of unique Stephenfield Provincial Park accommodations? (yurts)
The location of the World's (2nd) Largest Fire Hydrant-(Elm Creek)
This “tiger” is found on the prairies……the Tiger Salamander at the Centre d’interprétation Centre (St. Leon)
Home of Manitoba’s oldest continuously operating printshop- (Crystal City)
Cameras were not always point and shoot. Find out more at the unique Laurent Fillion collection of cameras.- (The Centre Parent Tourism Centre in Saint Joseph)
The World's largest and oldest Bruce makes it's home here (Morden)
Canada's Top Rodeo competitors arrive here every July (Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition - Morris)
Where is the location of the Bottle Buildings-(Treherne)
The historical home of Nellie McClung, best selling author, and activist who was instrumental in women getting the right to vote (Manitou)
Enjoy the mysteries of a lake that the river left behind. Island On The Prairie (Portage La Prairie)
Where would you find the Sunset Beach.....(Plum Coulee)
Roland-Home of 4H and the Giant Pumpkin (Roland)
This friendly Manitoba namesake is a much shorter drive than it's Florida namesake (Miami)
Watch for the Windmill.....The highway number two roadside attraction is Manitoba's connection to "the old country". (Holland)