On pointe at the RWB’s “Mad about Ballet” fundraising gala at Delta Winnipeg: (L-R) Dancers Ryan Vetter, Luzenberg Santana Kylie Duggan, Anna O’Callaghan with Savitrah Balciunas (Gala Chair) & Tara Birtwhistle (Ballet Master).
A conglomerate of artists from Africa stand united, creating & performing their own song at the RIGHT HER FUTURE event at the Pantages Theatre.
Natasha Dujiriri & Dorothy Kabali from Winnipeg’s Congolese community came out in support of the Panzi Event.
At the Graffiti Gallery exhibit “Peace should not be Fragile” in support of the Panzi Foundation with former Governor General Michaelle Jean, Dr. Mukwege (founder of Panzi Hospital), Darcy Ataman (Make Music Matter), Lisa Lester & Peter Frantz.
Pictured at the 2014 Junos: (L-R) Michael Paterson, Gail Asper (National Campaign Chair, Friends of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights), Dr. Mukwege (Democratic Republic of Congo), Stuart Murray (CEO Canadian Museum of Human Rights) & Darcy Ataman (makemusicmatter.org).
Style’s Lisa Lester chatting with Juno Host Serena Ryder at the MTS Centre prior to the 2014 Juno awards.
Enjoying Juno festivities: (L-R) Kate Yacula, Jeffery Stewart, Barry Richards, Heather Stewart (Lilyfield Cakes), Kenny Boyce & Kelly Parker (FAB 94.3).
At the Juno Awards Chairman’s Reception held at the Canadian Museum of Human Rights Museum, local music teacher Jeff Kula was honoured with the Musicounts Teacher of the Year award. Pictured here: Jeff Kula (award winner) with Gord Bamford (Country Singer).
Jim Cressman of Invictus Entertainment Group flanked by Kate Yacula and Lisa Lester.
Kenny Boyce, Carole Vivier and Stuart Murray take advantage of the comfy TD chair.
Derrick Ross (Slaight Music) and Lisa Lester pose for Style’s shutterbug at the Junos.
Wayne Rogers, Clare McKay (The Forks), Kim Jasper (RRC), Helen Halliday (Delta Winnipeg), Susan Stobart (Lawton Partners) sharing a laugh at the Junos.