The October 2017 issue of the Southern Yarn is ready for you to download.
The most important thing for your calendar is doing an RSVP for this year’s Not -So-Formal-Dinner, toward the end of the month. You’ll also need to include your menu choices, so read up on it all in the Yarn!
Here’s the direct link to the issue download (PDF).
Crows or Tigers? Who will win the AFL GF?
Join us on Friday September 29 from 9:30 pm at Boston Pizza on Henderson Highway in Winnipeg.
Members of the DUCW will join AFL fans and players to watch the greatest game on the AFL calendar.
We will likely go until around 2:00 am on Saturday morning, so catch up on your sleep now because it’s going to be a fantastic event not to be missed!
Feel like playing a round?
Then this is your last chance to sign up for the annual DUCW Golf tournament on THIS Saturday:
- Saturday August 19
- The Players, 2695 Park Royale Way (Inkster Way)
- 11:00 am for 18 holes
- 1:15 pm for 9 holes
Call Peter Munn TODAY at 204-237-1805.
Fun to a Tee!
The August 2017 version of The Southern Yarn is available for your reading now. Catch up on all the summer activities and pull out your agenda to mark down dates for upcoming events.
Direct download link.
Are you heading to the Winnipeg Fringe Festival between July 19 and 30?
The festival is staged at various locations downtown, and if you’ve never been, this could be the year, with a bunch of Aussies and a Kiwi in the mix:
- Olive Copperbottom: A New Musical by Charles Dickens and Penny Ashton – Penash Productions, New Zealand
- The Ballad of Frank Allen – Weeping Spoon Productions, Australia
- Lovely Lady Lump – Lana Schwarcz, Australia
- Jon Bennett: How I Learned to Hug – Jon Bennett, Australia
- 6 Quick Dick Tricks: A Dirk Darrow Investigation – Tim Motley, Australia
- Patrick Hercamp & Jon Bennett in New Show, BUTT different – Patrick Hercamp and Jon Bennett, Lost Angeles and Australia
Visit www.winnipegfringe.com/ for show times and tickets.
Oh, and if you don’t think it matters to them that you will be in the audience, here’s an email from performer Penny Ashton – “Well hello, here I am googling myself like an egomaniac and your Southern Yarn pops up! How have I never seen you guys before, lol. This will be my 7th Winnipeg Fringe, and the lone Kiwi flying the flag this year I think indeed. Just thought I’d say thanks a lot for the mention, I hope to get some Kiwis along to the show. Ka Kite, Penny.”
Of course she also means Aussies … 🙂 … so be sure to say kia ora and g’day when you go!