Our ANZAC Day commemorative event will be held this Saturday April 27 at 5:00 pm at the Scandinavian Cultural Centre, 764 Erin.
This is a POTLUCK event – please bring a main, salad, veggie dish, pasta, bread or dessert – enough for yourself and a bit extra for our veteran attendees.
Please join us for this opportunity to honour those who sacrificed so much for our freedom, and to spend some time in the company of fellow members and friends.
“They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.” – For The Fallen, Laurence Binyon.
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On behalf of the members of the Down Under Club of Winnipeg, we are shocked, devastated and heartbroken to hear the news this morning about the terrorist attack at two mosques in Christchurch.
Our sincere condolences to the families and friends of the 49 victims and the many who were injured, as well as the people of New Zealand, wherever you are around the world. Our hearts and our thoughts are with you all. Continue reading
Miss Browns on William Street in downtown Winnipeg will also be celebrating Australia Day by serving up delicious home-made meat pies.
They will be open on Saturday January 26 from 9 until 3 and in addition to offering their full brunch menu, you can sample their pies and enjoy the ambience of this excellent location.
When you go, be sure to say “G’day!” from the DUCW to Jenny and Steve.
Celebrate Australia Day and Waitangi Day on Saturday January 26 from 5 pm at the Scandinavian Cultural Centre (764 Erin) in Winnipeg.
This is a POTLUCK event, and you are asked to bring a main, veggie dish, salad, and/or a dessert, with enough for yourself and a bit extra.
There will also be a BAKE-OFF by some of our younger members. Enjoy what they have cooked up for us.
Bar will be open and the conversation will be lively and entertaining.
“Welcome!” is exactly what we will say when you join us on November 30 at 7:00 pm for our annual general meeting.
It will be held at the Scandinavian Cultural Centre, 764 Erin St, and we are hoping for a good turnout of members.
The AGM is a fantastic opportunity to:
- hear all about our events in the past year,
- find out what’s ahead next year,
- offer suggestions for Club activities,
- put your name forward for the new executive,
- vote in the new executive,
- catch up with fellow members,
- participate in some lively conversation, and
- enjoy snacks and drinks from the bar.
But the most important reason to attend the AGM is to meet those on the executive who have worked tirelessly to make this Club what it is. They put in many hours to organise events, put together and design and mail out the newsletter, manage dues paid and balance the budget, keep track of members, and do whatever else is necessary to ensure the DUCW remains a vibrant and welcoming organisation for all of us.
So make a point to drop in. Even if you don’t want to be on the executive, this is your opportunity to support those who do and to be part of our future.