Thanks to DUCW members Penny and Sam Hechter for attending the Indigenous Day Live celebrations in Winnipeg on June 23 and letting us know that New Zealand was represented at the event.
“It was a wonderful surprise to see the trio perform, including a haka performance. ”
If you hear about or see any Aussies and Kiwis at events here in Winnipeg, let us know and/or take a photo so we can help spread the word.
This is definitely an event to watch out for next year.
Thanks to DUCW member Margaret Munn for letting us know about the delicious “Down Under” parfait – soft vanilla layered with Nutella, cappuccino crumble, Tim Tam biscuits, and chocolate hazelnut cream-filled wafer.
Get yours today in either a cone or a cup. DELICIOUS!!!
Available now at Sub Zero Ice Cream, 298 Jamison Ave, right here in Winnipeg.
When you get one, take a photo and we’ll post it on our Facebook page.
Look who’s coming to Winnipeg.
On Tuesday June 19, the Winnipeg Folk Festival presents Xavier Rudd and his Storm Boy Tour 2018 at the Burton Cummings Theatre (8:00 pm). $45.00 Advance plus fees through Ticketmaster.
“Looking back over Xavier Rudd’s stunning career, one could easily ask what is possibly left for him to achieve. Already one of Australian music’s all-time greats, he has touched people’s lives worldwide. He has earned accolades of every kind, Gold and Platinum certification, and legions of fans who love him with an inextinguishable passion. Yet, with each new release, Xavier Rudd continues to surpass expectation and produce his finest work to date.
In spite of all his success, Xavier Rudd has never stopped working. He has continued to tour the world and make incredible records – showing absolutely no desire to rest on his considerable achievements. He truly loves his fans and feels constantly blessed to be able to perform in countries all across our beautiful planet. He has inspired thousands of people and been the catalyst for others to find their own voice. He is helping his own country to reconcile its past, and he is beloved as both an icon and a human being.”
Tickets are going fast. Get yours today!
The first issue of The Southern Yarn for 2018 is ready for you to pick up and/or read online.
Just click on the image or visit the Yarns home page.
The November 2017 issue of The Southern Yarn is in the post as you read this, and available to download here as well. Note that the online version features
- a seventh page containing text that did not fit on the print version
- full colour
- convenient links to websites on many of the new items