Included with regular admission to the Science Gallery (Planetarium show has separate admission charge) We’ve got a real moon rock! NASA has loaned us a rock collected during the Apollo 17 mission to the Moon. Come and learn what it tells us about the moon’s origins, and hear the harrowing tale of how it journeyed from the Earth to the Moon, and then back again! Complementing the moon rock is a giant globe of the Moon, used to train Apollo…
Want to learn a fun, uniquely Canadian choreography? Here’s your chance. Ahead of Sharing Dance Day (on June 8th ), the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School is offering FREE dance classes weekly. Dancers of all ages and abilities wanted! No experience required! Rehearsals will prepare you to shine in community performances across Canada beginning June 2. This is a great chance to get some exercise and have fun. Gather your family, friends, neighbours, and coworkers and get dancing! To learn more…
Explore the reaction of Red River residents when their homeland was purchased by Canada. See the irrevocable changes to their land – the land that became Manitoba. Learn about the consequences for Manitobans after they entered Confederation in 1870. Discover the iconic artifacts that tell their story. For more information, click here.
Peter DuMans paints and creates sculptural wall art in copper, brass, stainless steel and steel. In both his acrylic paintings and his metal works, he will quite often incorporate clay, wood and other media. We will be showcasing selected works from March 1 to 31, 2017, with many more on display on March 10, from 7 to 9 pm at the artist reception. For more information, click here.
Howlingly funny and achingly relatable, Bittergirl: The Musical explores the bond formed between three women after they each find themselves unceremoniously ditched by their dream guy. For more information, click here.
African music blends with puppetry, drums, song and captivating shadow theatre in this stunning West African legend. Baobab exuberantly celebrates the joy of passing down traditions from one generation to the next. For more information, click here.
Run by two professional directors,Shawn Desman and Beatriz Leonardo, MOVE promises to bring dancers, studio directors, teachers and parents a young, fresh and exciting dance competition like no other. For more information, click here.
Celebrate made-in-Manitoba manufacturing and exporting success at the 2017 Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters Gala Awards Dinner. For more information, click here.
With special guests ISOTOPES For more information, click here.
Elroy Friesen, conductor Monica Huisman, soprano Catherine Daniel, mezzo-soprano John Tessier, tenor Gregory Dahl, baritone University of Manitoba Singers, Elroy Friesen, director Mendelssohn: Elijah The greatest oratorio since Handel’s Messiah, Felix Mendelssohn’s Elijah is an early Romantic masterpiece. An outstanding cast of Manitoba soloists plus chorus recount the story of the Biblical prophet through beautiful hymns, grand choruses and vivid sound pictures.