Volume 70, Number 27

Published June 2, 2016

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  • Build your own summer

    Although our summers may be shorter here, why not take a chance, try something new, and make the most of it?

  • 8th Annual Summer Festival Guide Listings

    Here's your guide to over 50 festivals in Winnipeg and around Manitoba.

  • New Bothwell Wine and Cheese Festival

    June 4: Town celebrates the tasty products they're best known for 

  • Ellice Street Festival

    June 10 to 11: Celebrating the West End

  • Swords and Sabres Festival

    June 11: Renaissance-esque festival brings together pirate, viking and steampunk cultures

  • Manitoba Summer Fair

    June 8 to 12: A classic Canadian fair with fun and modern twists

  • The Winnipeg International Children’s Festival

    June 9 to 12: Featuring all you can eat hot dogs for the grownups

  • Aboriginal Day Live

    June 25: Perfect timing for new collaborations in festival’s 10th year

  • TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival

    June 16 to 26: The Jazz Age comes to Downtown Winnipeg

  • Real Love Summer Fest

    June 24 to 26: Growing up quick

  • Dauphin’s Countryfest

    June 30 to July 3: Country music’s finest

  • Winnipeg Folk Festival

    July 7 to 10: Bringing in the bluegrass

  • The Do’s of festival packing

    Preparation is key to a good time

  • Asham Stomperfest

    July 15 to 17: Keeping history alive and well through the fiddle and the Red River Jig

  • núna (now)

    May 26 to July 23: Festival considers modern ties to Iceland as artists converge in Winnipeg

  • Gimli Film Festival

    July 20 to 24: Movie night on the beach

  • Keeping it cool

    Staying healthy when the hot weather hits

  • Manitoba Sunflower Festival

    July 22 to 24: Sharing Altona culture

  • Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival

    July 13 to 24: All of The Exchange is a stage

  • Fire and Water Music Festival

    July 29 to 31: Camp by the waterfront and enjoy some fan favourites

  • Summering in the city

    Take advantage of it while you can

  • Ballet in the park

    July 27 to 29: Dancing the Nutcracker in July

  • Islendingadagurinn

    August 11 to 14: Celebrating Icelandic culture

  • Easy Summer Trends

    Fashion for festivals and more

  • Folklorama

    July 31 to August 13: Delicious food and global entertainment

  • MEME Festival

    August 11 to 14: Dedicated to electronic musicians

  • Interstellar Rodeo

    August 12 to 14: Bringing the music festival to the city

  • Gimli model festival

    August 12 to 14: Flying high, but small

  • Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival

    August 19 to 20: Don’t forget to bring a napkin

  • Morden Corn and Apple Festival

    August 26 to 28: Free corn and apple juice

  • Stay close to home this summer

    Why you should ditch the big festivals for local fare this season

  • Manitoba Filipino Street Festival

    August 20: Celebrating a growing community

  • Let them love

    PDA is A-OK!

  • Rainbow Trout Music Festival

    August 19 to 21: A three-day-long hug

  • FallJam5

    August 26 to 27: A one-man-made Manitoba festival

  • Oddblock Comedy Festival

    August 25 to 28: South Osborne gets silly

  • Shine On Festival of Music and Art

    August 25 to 28: A weekend community of artists and familiar faces

  • Un-Supermarket

    Un-Supermarket follows the whimsical ups and downs of three jaded cashiers at their local grocery store. Ever wonder what your average retail worker is really thinking? This dark comedy shines a light on some of the attitudes and truths associated with the industry. Though at times cynical, the characters have a sense of humour about their positions and the situations they face on a day to day basis. After all, cashiering is a monotonous job, sometimes you just have to make a joke and not take yourself so seriously... The main characters Val, Rick, and Tish sure don't!