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August 2013


Carrick Carrick Days – On Saturday August 10 to Sunday, August 11. Parade and Gates open at noon. Cost $5 (Kids under 14 Free). Horseshoe tournament for Carrick Trophy Cup (Saturday), Fiddling Contest (Sunday) with cash prize. Activities include open-air dance and music with bluegrass gospel, By Request Band with Jatden Chornoboy, Jason Kirkness, Ukranian Dancers, fireworks, silent auction, free bounce tent and dunk tank at the Carrick Community Club Inc on 266 Main Street. Sunday breakfast at 10 am.

Landmark Freindship Festival – From Friday, August 9 – Sunday, August 11. Pancake breakfast, community garage sale, flea market, BBQ, entertainment from Folkorama from Ireland and Germany pavilions, Sagkeeng Dancers, Darryl Marsh Band and fireworks. Contact Cheryl Tremeer at 355-4277 or 355-4056. Lorette TD Summer Reading Program – at the Bibliothèque Taché Library Summer schedule open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Saturday. For ages: 4-15 Summer Reading from 10 am – Noon until Sunday, September 1, but, closed from Friday, July 26 – Monday, August 19. Come join the fun! Read as many books as you can over the summer months for a chance to win a grand prize. All participants receive a goody bag at the end of the program. Contact the library for more details.

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$15, 5 & under free. Weekend Family Pass Jeannette Brigit 204-898-5227 or MAFRI $50 for the weekend (for a family of 4, St. Pierre- Jolys Marilyn Perreault 204-433additional children over 5 years old $10) 7749. Contact Bibliothèque Ste. Anne Library Used Book Ride With The King – Second Annual Labor Fundraiser – Sale of huge selection of used Day Ride on Saturday, August 31 from book proceeds will be used towards new 9:30 am - 6:30 at the Richer Fellowship library books. For further information call Church, 50 Southeast Drive. Cost $ 25 Mona at 422-9958 or drop in at the library per person, all-inclusive. All day event at 16 Rue de l’Église. Cost of books $1includes morning coffee and donuts, a $5. lunch in the Whiteshell Provincial park on the beach at Otter Falls and dinner Seine River Services for Seniors – Invite all back at Richer fellowship church where seniors interested in the Wii Bowling game prizes will be given away. Bring your to come, try it out, and have fun. Monday camera. Contact Will 204-422-5569 afternoons, at Le Club Jovial. Contact Juliette Rowan at 204-424-5575 Community Resource Coordinator for services or e-mail Monday Night Bingos - To raise funds for local Stacey Pchajek Memorial Foundation Inc. The foundation provides scholarships, bursaries and prizes to students graduating Ste. Geneviève grades 8 and 12. Children Under 14 must Library Night - Bibliothèque Taché Library be accompanied by an adult to be on at the Community Centre on the 2nd and premises and must play bingo. Doors 4th Tuesday of each month, from 6:30 - 8 Open at 5:30 pm at the Young at Heart pm. Selection of books in both French and Club 22 Dawson Rd. in Richer. MGCC English, all ages. Over 21,000 books License # BI/BO4164. Contact: Doreen including audiobooks, DVDs, CDs, large Pchajek at 422-5243 or email print books and magazines plus they can import books from any library in Manitoba. Special requests can be made to the librarian, Brandi Schmitz at 204-878 Roseau River 60th Anniversary & Thanksgiving - The 9488, or in person. Roseau River Baptist Church on Highway #59 celebrates 60 years on Sunday Steinbach September 29. Service at 10:30 am with Manitoba Youth Job Centre –Youth Job guests and former Pastors speaking. Noon Centre open until Tuesday, August 13 at meal at the Roseau River Park at 1 pm 395 Main St. Contact Haley 204-326with Gospel music, singers and those 4099 or ministering with testimonies. Meal tickets call 204-326-2542 or 204-427-2498 or WISE Kid-Netic Energy Camp - Travelling, subject: RRBC’s 60th across Manitoba on Monday, August 12 – Anniversary or write to Box 83, Roseau Friday, August 16, from 9 am – 4 pm at River, MB, R0A 1P0. Deadline for tickets is Southwood School. Cost $87.50 for ages 9 -12, summer camp theme days include Tuesday September 10. Medical Science, Sustainable Energy, Mining, Space Discovery and Genetics. South Junction South East Farmers Market - on Fridays Learn how to make your own stethoscope, from August 9 to August 30 at 3 - 6:30 construct a solar oven, go asteroid mining, p.m. Locate .4 km (.25 mile) E of South and much more! Register online at Junction turn-off on Hwy 12 (north side of Contact Jill Lautenschlager to register 204-422-6234, Hwy). Contact 204-437-2294. 1-800-432-1960, ext. 9340, Sprague Western Fest – August. Details to be Skimmers Registration - On Wednesday, announced. August 14 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm at the R Biz Camp – Now open for registration Aquatic Centre. New skimmers will be for Youth Ages 9 -14, Thursday August 8 – swimming an assessment so please bring swimwear. Contact Friday August 9. Learn, have fun and your make money. Cost $40 each, youth get back $20. Contact Dayna Lalchun 204Sushi Demonstration Class – On 746-6180 or Wednesday, August 14 from 7 - 8:30 pm at the Jake Epp Library 255 Elmdale Street. Bingo - Every 2nd Wednesday. Contact Tracey Pankratz 204-326-6841 or St. Pierre-Jolys Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba – Depression support group meetings held Movie in the Park – Shrek on Saturday, on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7 pm. August 17 from 8:30 - 11pm at A.D. Located at the Health Corner DeSalaberry Penner Park. Contact Heather Chambers 204-346-6231 or Hospital. Contact Judy Dunn 444-5228. Ewen St. Malo Summer Festival – From Thursday, August Expressions 2013 - A Decade of Recovery 29 to Sunday, September 1. Includes through Creative Expression. Artists & bingo, fireworks, parade, goose dump Performers! Do you use art or music in your contest, soapbox races, children’s recovery from a mental health problem? activities, dance. Register for 3 on 3 Ball We are looking for artists and performers. Hockey Tournament on Friday, maximum All artwork will be part of a month-long 6 per team; first 8 teams registered. On exhibit at the Steinbach Cultural Arts Saturday, Family Baseball Tournament Centre. Opening Ceremony and Reception and on Sunday, Slo-pitch tournament. – Friday, October 4. Contact Kim at 371Contact Aline 204-347-5249 or Chad 0824 or before Sunday, September 1 to apply or arrange 204-392-2342 to register your team. for an audition. Ste. Anne Farmer ’s Market – Starting Saturday, Steinbach Farmers’ Market – Every August 10 from 9 am – 2 pm. Features Thursday from 3 – 7 pm at the Clearspring 30+ vendors, local farm foods and artisan Centre Parking Lot, PTH 12 N. Fresh products at Rue Lalonde (corner of Ste- garden produce, baked goods, preserved Anne and St-Pierre Street). Contact 204- jams, pickles, etc., crafts and more. Contact Brenda Gregoire 204-424-9494. 422-6631.

Friedensfeld Social Dance - Early Registration for Thursday, August 8 at 7:30 pm at the Community Centre. Social Dance Lessons with Harry & Lorna starting on Thursday, September 19. Open Dance and regular registration on Thursday, September 12 at 7:30 pm. Cost $16 at the door per couple. $144 per couple for a 9 week dance session. Contact Harry or Lorna Warkentin 204-326-2617 or Lorette 5 th Annul Family Fun Days, September 6-8. Gate admission $2 for the Grunthal entire weekend. Live music, fireworks, Cub Hanover Ag Fair – From Thursday, August car races, ball hockey, battle of the bands, 15 – Sunday, August 18 at Albert & baseball tournament, parade, beer Southwood. Fun for the whole family gardens, dog show and more! Like us on including the Prudential Family Funzone, Facebook and get more details. entertainment on the Fairway Ford Mainstage, MRCA/CCA semi-pro rodeo Mitchell action, Bullarama, and coming on Breakfast and Social - every Tuesday Thursday at the Fair, Demolition Derby. morning, 7:30 - 9 am except the last Contact email Tuesday of the month when the social is held instead. Lunch starts at noon at the Fundraiser for Local Food Bank and Mitchell and Area Seniors Centre. Contact Hanover Ag Society – on Sunday, August 204-326-6944. 18 at 8 pm at the Hanover Ag Fairgrounds. An 8x12 Barn Shed to be auctioned at the Niverville Hanover Ag Fairgrounds on Sunday, Aug. MYJC Fundraisers - Supporting local youth 18th at 8pm. All proceeds will go to the the Odd Job Squad will be offering a variety Grunthal Caring Hands Food Bank and of products for sale including cheese from the Hanover Ag Society. New Bothwell Cheese and honey from Marg’s Berry Patch in Lorette. Contact 204Hadashville 388-6793. Annual Fall Supper - Advance Tickets only for Saturday, October 19. Contact Stella Movie Night – On Thursday, August 29 426-5554; Donna 426-5448 or Dianne from 7 - 11:30 pm at Hespeler Park. 426-5297. Madagascar 3 at 7 pm and The Avengers at 9:15 pm. Free. Contact Cara Dowse Tae Kwon Do every Wednesday at 6 pm at 204-388-4600 the Hadashville Community Club (Reynolds Recreational Centre), 6 years old Moms N’ Tots Playgroup - Moms with to adults. Pursue a black belt or learn new children up to age six. Wednesday skills, great stress release and have an mornings from 9:30 - 11:30 am located in excellent workout at the same time. Cost the lower level of Fourth Avenue Bible after registration fee is $40/month per Church (62 4th Avenue S.). Free drop-in person. Ask about 2 week free trial. program with coffee and snacks provided, Contact Shelly at 204-426-5266 or e-mail along with a large open space for the kids to play while the moms visit. Contact Karen at Kleefeld Chili Cook-Off - A chance to win a Paradise Village $1,000 prize. See - Honey Paradise Squares Dance club – New season Festival - Chili Cook Off. Contest held starts on Tuesday, September 10 at 7:30 on Saturday, August 10. Contact Gord pm -10 pm. Free Open House with coffee and doughnuts at the Paradise Village Rec. Hall. Fun Modern Square Dancing and a Honey Festival from Friday, August 9 – great social activity. Contact Wayne or Saturday, August 10 at the Kleefeld Sports Joanne at 204-422-6677. Grounds. The Festival is the Kick off Party for Helping Hooves to raise money with Piney your help! Friday night youth Praise and Bingo - Every 2nd Friday. Worship Night with Fresh IE headlining. Cost $10. Canteen open. Saturday begins Prawda with Free Pancake Breakfast followed by Annual Fall Supper - Advance tickets only the Parade, car show on Park Ave., for Saturday October 5. Contact Kim at evening concert starts at 7 pm. Cost $20. 426-5556 or Trudy at 426-2180. Fireworks. Contact 204-326-4488 Circuit 30 - Alternate aerobic and weight Community Playgroup - for parents, exercises, with cool down and stretch caregivers and children ages 0-5. Activities exercises. Wear comfortable clothing, clean include time for playing, stories, songs runners, and bring a bottle of water. Cost: and snacks. Every 2nd and 4th Thursday $2/class Mondays and Thursdays at 7 pm, of the month at the Kleefeld Rec Centre. in the Reynolds School Gym. Contact Contact Irene Ascough 377-5013. Wendy 204-348-2433. Journees Chemin Dawson Trail Days Festival – From Saturday, August 31 – La Broquerie Busy Bodies Playgroup – Every Wednesday Monday, September 2 on Arena Road. Fun Seine River Services for Seniors- Health from 9 - 11 am at the Reynolds School filled weekend, Kids activities, baseball Centre/Centre de Santé from Monday to Gym. Free to parents and children. Snacks tourney, street hockey, Matt Falk, Free Ride, Friday 8:30 am - 4 pm. Offers services provided. Contact Cassie 204-793-8290. fireworks, car show, parade, tradeshow (free and programs for seniors. Income Tax registry), much more. Contact Nicole help, Lifeline, mobility equipment, foot Richer Magnan Bedient 204-880-8488 or care, hair care, transportation, home Richer Roughstock Rodeo from August 9- maintenance, yard maintenance, 11. The Richer Community Club is in Telecheck, the E.R.I.K. program, puzzles partnership with Heartland Rodeo. A WBN 10th Anniversary Gala – Women’s and games. Contact Community Resource Professional Class Rodeo, competitors are Business Network- Southeast on Tuesday Coordinator Juliette Rowan at 424-5285 competing for a prized custom rodeo September 24 from 6:30 – 9 pm at the Ste. or buckle and points in their circuit. Parade, Anne Curling Club. A limited number of Shopping Trips - Winnipeg’s St.Vital Mall mechanical bull, vendors, crafters, fire- tickets are available. Deadline is Friday, every first Thursday of the month, leaving fighting demonstration, Kids fun zone with September 13. Cost $40 for WBN at 10 am - 3 pm. Cost $15. Steinbach’s bouncers and a petting zoo. Friday social members, $45 for non-members. Contact Clearspring Centre every last Thursday of evening - $5 per person, youth free. Day Anni Markmann Financial Services 204the month, leaving at 10 am - 1 pm. Cost pass - Adults $12, Youth $8, 5 & under 422-6631, Furniture Plus 204-326-7587, $10. free. Weekend Pass - Adults $20, Youth Judy Kachkowski 204-253-8968,

Adult Book Club - Tuesdays from 7 – 9 pm. Bring book suggestions or peruse our book lists. Meet some other book lovers too and bring a friend. At the Jake Epp Library 255 Elmdale St. Contact Tracey Pankratz 204-326-6841 Ladies Get Fit Classes - Sponsored by Eastman Immigrant Services, every Wednesday at 7:15 pm at the Woodlawn School gym. Aerobic, circuit training, weights, mats and stretching exercises. Suitable for all ages and levels of fitness. Register contact Lois 204-346-6609. Steinbach Girl Guides - Every Tuesday at the United Church of Steinbach, 541 Main St. Registration for girls 5-17. Develop personal values and well-being, self-

respect and respect for others; promote fun, friendship, adventure and challenges through new experiences; develop leadership and decision-making skills; give service to the community; value the natural environment. South Eastman Transition Initiative presents Green Drinks South Eastman. On the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7 pm at LBees, 5-275 Main St. Grab a coffee and discuss sustainable living. Contact Seniors (60 +) Shinny Drop-in Hockey every Monday from 10 -11 am at Centennial Arena. Contact Bob Barrow at 392-3596 or email The Steinbach Rotary Club - meets every Monday at noon at Steinbach 55 Plus Centre. Contact Cornie at 326-3155. Mental Health Information and Support sessions - for family and friends of people with mental health issues are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 7 – 8:30 pm at the Eden East building, 21 Loewen Blvd. Contact Kim at 371-0824 or email MS Monthly Self-Help group meeting - for people living with multiple sclerosis. The group meets on the second Thursday evening of each month from 6 - 7 pm at Fernwood Place apartments. Contact Nadine Konyk, Rural Client Services Coordinator at 1-800-268-7582 or email MS Lunch Group- on fourth Thursday of every month, from 12 – 1 pm at the Village Green Restaurant. Contact Nadine Konyk, Rural Client Services Coordinator 3261434 or email Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba individual and support groups - for persons experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, bipolar disorder and other mental health/ emotional concerns. Meets on the first Wednesday of each month at Jake Epp Library from 7 – 9 pm. Contact Judy Dunn 204-444-5228. The Bethesda Regional Healthcare Auxiliary - meets on the first Tuesday of every month except for the months of July and August at the Bethesda Hospital. We welcome anyone interested in auxiliary work. Contact Verna Thiessen at 326-3028. Steinbach and Area Lions Club Lions Club - meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month at the Magnolia Restaurant. Contact 204-3262313. Carillon Toastmasters - meetings are open to adults who want to improve their leadership and communication skills. Thursday evenings starting at 7 pm at the Jake Epp Public Library 255 Elmdale Street, Contact Doreen 204-326-7525. Steinbach AA 12 Step Recovery Program Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 7 pm. Steinbach United Church, 541 Main St. Ring the front door bell. Young moms to be - Bi-weekly support group starts at 4:30 pm at Anna’s House B-11, Hwy 12N. Contact 346-0413. Tolstoi Prairie Day - On Saturday, August 10 from 10 am - 4 pm at the Prairie Shore Interpretive Trail, 3km east of Tolstoi on PR 209. Prairie themed talks, guided walks and learn about the diversity of wildflowers or enjoy fresh bannock baked over an open fire. Children activities face painting, a scavenger hunt and other fun activities. Cost $5 per adult, free for children. Onsite canteen, cash only. Picnic tables and rustic washrooms are also available onsite. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, sunscreen and insect repellent. Trail conditions may be wet bring rubber boots or a change of footwear. Activities will take place rain or shine. Vassar Baseball Tournament – August. Details to be announced Vita Farmers Market – Make, Bake or Grow every Friday from 2:30 - 6:30 pm. Starting on August 9 - September 20. Registration forms available at Vita Go Office. New vendors welcome.

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