Santa in the Forest
Get your snowshoes out today because Santa is camping in the deep woods to hear out your Christmas wishes. A Christmas photo is in store for everyone as well.
The event goes from 11-3 PM today at FortWhyte Alive. Go to store.fortwhyte.org or call 204-989-8355×311 to book your tickets. The event is also happening on December 3rd.
Today is the last day to go check out the film “Ubuntu.” The film is about a young Canadian woman who begins to unravel the legacy of her mother, when she meets a young South African man searching for his father. Drawn together by chance and circumstance, they relentlessly pursue the truth, only to realize it will turn their lives upside down.
The film is 95 minutes and will be playing at the Prairie Theatre Exchange at 2 PM today.
Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival
The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival starts today at the Dramatic Arts Theatre. You can view the best aboriginal cinema in Canada and around the world. It’s $5 for Daytime screenings, $10 for evening screenings, and $40 for a full festival all access pass. View more details at waff.ca
Teva Harrison, Between Days: Living with Cancer
A new exhibition starts today at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. This exhibit will showcase the hybrid graphic memoir of Teva Harrison who was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. Her work comically illustrates the what it means to live with the disease.
A Christmas Carol
‘Tis the season for Christmas stage theatre, and what better theatre show than “A Christmas Carol.” The show starts today and will go until December 16. If you can’t recall the details of this classic Christmas story, it’s about a grumpy old man, Scrooge, who hates Christmas. But something shifts when the ghost of his business partner Marley visits to save him from his own bitter demise. The show will be playing at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. You can find tickets at http://royalmtc.ca/Current-Plays/A-Christmas-Carol.aspx.