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Winnipeg show. You will be amazed by what you will find. Guests can come and go all weekend long for $7 and children under 14 are free. thescatteredseeds.com


MANITOBA OPERA


The Marriage of Figaro Nov. 21 to 27 In Mozart’s comic tour de force, Figaro, the former barber and now valet to the Count, is just hours away from wedding the lovely Susanna, a maid in the house- hold. But alas, Susanna has caught the attention of the Count’s wandering eye. The day is soon turned upside down as clever twists and turns, disguises and comic intrigue ensue. Will the servants succeed in outwitting their aristocratic betters? Will romance and forgiveness reign supreme? Sung in Italian with projected English translations. manitobaopera.mb.ca


HOMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS


Nov. 19 to 20 between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Nov. 21 between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Take a winter trip up River Drive and Henderson Highway and visit beautifully decorated homes and heritages sites decked out for the holidays. Owners of nine properties are opening their doors for three days of self-guided tours. Enjoy custom coffee, sweets, bannock and tea along the route. Take in some caroling and do a little pre-Christmas shopping at the sites. Proceeds go to Nova House Inc,’s women’s shel- ter and tax reciepts for 75 per cent of the ticket will be issued. Tickets cost $30 for unlimited touring Friday and Saturday or $50 for Thursday which also includes a reception at Benjamin’s Pantry in Selkirk. To order tickets call Louise at 204.482.7892 or Heather at 204.785.3360 / t-hpringle@mymts. net.


WINNIPEG ART GALLERY


Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven Until March 6 The WAG holds over 95 works of art by Thom- son and the


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Group of Seven’s founding members. Some of the most popular and captivat- ing examples are showcased here.


Must-See Manitoba Events Conferences,


events and shows


The Modernist Tradition, 1900-1950 Until March 6 The Modernist Tradition, 1900-1950 brings together works of art that togeth- er demonstrate the new creative direc- tions artists began working in through the first half of the 20th century.


Olympus: The Greco-Roman Collec- tions of Berlin Until March 6 Olympus features over 160 treasures from the National Museums in Berlin’s world-renowned collection of classical antiquities.


The Academic Tradition in Europe and Canada, 1700-1900 Until Jan. 30 From Rome to Utrecht, European artists in the 17th and early 18th century creat- ed the emotionally charged work of the Baroque era.


European Renaissance and Baroque Art: 1500-1700 Until Jan. 30 Art produced between the 16th and 18th centuries, originating from the leading artistic centres of Europe. wag.ca


SANTA CLAUS PARADE


The Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade starts at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28. Santa’s block parties begin at 3:30 p.m. The seventeen blocks of the Santa Parade route will each be hosted by a company or


organization creating a block party atmosphere for the parade spectators. Each block will feature different types of entertain- ment including mascots, musicians and street hockey.


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Rainer Hersch lightens


up the mood when he performs with the WSO.


coming to Winnipeg this summer


MTS Centre Sept. 8


Janet Jackson


Sept. 17 AC/DC Sept. 18


The Tenors Sept. 20


Shania Twain Oct. 7


Kelly Clarkson with Guests Oct. 8


The Who Oct. 9


Dean Brody and Paul Brandt Oct. 10


NBA Preseason Game Oct. 28


Nitro Circus Nov. 6


Barenaked Ladies


Nov. 17 Styx


Nov. 28


Loverboy Dec. 4


Darcy Oake


RBC Convention Centre Sept. 24


Manitoba Executive Summit 2015 Oct. 17 to 22


The Wildlife Society


2015 Annual Conference Oct. 24 to 25


The Winnipeg Pet Show Oct. 30 to Nov. 1


Central Canada Comic Con Nov. 26 to 29


103rd Grey Cup Festival Fall 2015 • 15


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