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Steinbach, MB

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Thurs., July 18/Steinbach

   6:30 p.m. – Summer Movie Night at Jake Epp Library, 255 Elmdale St., featuring “Horton Hears a Who” (rated G). Come with family and friends; children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Free admission; free popcorn. Call 204-326-6841 for more info.

 

Sat., July 20/Dugald

   8 a.m.-5 p.m. - 137th Springfield Country Fair, in Dugald at Hwys 15 and 206. Great family fun. Exhibits of horticulture, home crafts, baking, canning and quilting, ponies, bouncers, games, 5 Acres and clown entertainment, pancake breakfast. Country Fair Supper 4:30 p.m., Canadian Wellington Boot Throw 2 p.m., Braves baseball 4 p.m. Low $3 entry fee/$10 per family. Everyone welcome. More info at www.springfieldagsociety.com.

 

Sun., July 21/Gardenton South

   10 a.m. – Church service at St Demetrius Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, 3 mi south of Gardenton. Everyone welcome.

 

Wed., July 24/Steinbach

   11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. – Eden Health Care Services Positive Living Program Free Re-Launch BBQ at A.D. Penner Park, Park Road East.

 

Thurs., July 25/Steinbach

   6:30 p.m. – Summer Movie Night at Jake Epp Library, 255 Elmdale St., featuring “Early Man” (rated G). Come with family and friends; children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Free admission; free popcorn. Call 204-326-6841 for more info.

 

Mon., July 29/Steinbach

   7 p.m. – MAF Kodiak Tour at Steinbach North Airport, #4 – 289 PTH 12 North. Experience the debut tour of the MAF Kodiak 100 Aircraft - take a tour of the airplane, watch a video of an MAF flight in Indonesia, and meet pilots who make the work of MAF possible. Attendance is free, but space is limited. Reserve tickets at mafc.org/events.

 

Tues., July 30/East Braintree

   1-4 p.m. – Book launch of “Driving Tours of Eastern Manitoba Museums” at the Midwinter Heritage Site. Everyone welcome. Call Margaret 204-426-5510 for more info.

 

Sat., Oct. 12/Sprague

   7 p.m. – Tribute to Canadian legend Stompin’ Tom Connors performed by his son Stomper Taw Connors, at Sprague Community Hall. Doors open 5:30 p.m.; opening act 6 p.m.; Taw Connors 7 p.m.; meet and greet to follow. Advance tickets $30 or at the door $35; available at Carl & Kay’s Fine Foods in Sprague or Co-op Card Lock in South Junction. Dry camping available on hall grounds in Sprague. Call Gary 204-437-2247 or email rebelrunner@live.com for more info.

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