The MONARCH Butterfly is in the spotlight Sunday. It’s the 11th annual Monarch Butterfly Festival at the Living Prairie Museum, a 30 acre tall grass preserve at 2795 Ness in St. James. It’s home to over 160 species of prairie plants and one of the few remaining fragments of a once vast ecosystem. Rain or Shine, The Monarch Butterfly gets top billing from noon until 4pm. It’s a FREE family event and anyone who loves nature will love this.
Listen up Golfers! FREE GOLF at John Blumberg , this Saturday and Sunday with the rental of a power cart. New Management is working hard to bring the course back into shape and wants golfers to come see all the changes since they’ve taken over. Clean up has already occurred for the clubhouse with new lighting, sound system and updated areas of the building to make it user friendly. The patio view south of the building has been cleaned up so guests can view the river and wildlife in the area.
ON NOW- Huge crowds are packing Birdshill Park for The World Famous Winnipeg Folk Festival, on thru Sunday! http://www.todocanada.ca/city/winnipeg/event/winnipeg-folk-festival/Final Days for KURIOS in the Big Tent on Sterling Lyon….Saturday and Sunday! http://www.todocanada.ca/city/winnipeg/event/cirque-du-soleil-kurios/ON NOW @ Rainbow Stage- Little Shop of Horrors- Kildonan Park. http://www.todocanada.ca/city/winnipeg/event/little-shop-horrors-2/ON NOW thru July 16th at the Wpg.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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