Every Friday we’ll be letting you know about a few choice happenings in the Exchange! If you have an idea for something to be featured, email [email protected] with “Five Ways to Exchange” in the subject line.
Lanikai, Scott Nolan, Sol James, and Red Moon Road at The Cube
The Cube in Old Market Square is the best place to catch your favourite local live acts for free, this Saturday, June 10th! Kicking things off at 2:30pm is the soulful Sol James, followed by indie rock heroes Lanikai at 4, roots songwriter Scott Nolan at 5:30, and fancy folk friends, Red Moon Road, wrap things up at 7! You’ll also be able to enjoy delicious food on-site by Chosabi and Miss Browns. Presented as part of WildWoodRose Vintage Market.
King + Bannatyne
The patio is open at the first sandwich shop in Winnipeg dedicated to making hand-crafted, slow roasted meat sandwiches (and yes – there are veggie options). The fact that owner Mike Del Buono changes up the menu on a regular basis will keep you coming back again and again (and again).
Visit kingandbannatyne.com for a full menu, hours and more!
WildWoodRose Vintage Market
A completely unique shopping experience in the very heart of the Exchange! Join over 60 vendors who deliver the best vintage and eclectic jewelry, clothing, home décor, hats, soaps and so much more, all in Old Market Square on Saturday, June 10 from 12-8pm! And yes – it’s free to attend.
Visit WildWoodRose on Facebook for a complete list of vendors and more.
Setting the Stage
Wanna learn about Winnipeg’s theatrical history? From Harry Houdini to Keanu Reeves and a million brilliant local artists, our city’s stages have been blessed with unique performances on the stages at Pantages Playhouse Theatre, the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and more!
Abstractivity at cre8ery
Winnipeg abstract artist Meagan Brown’s new exhibit, Abstractivity, follows up showings in Japan and Los Angeles, featuring works that “look at the blurred perception of the world and (herself),” according to her artist statement, in which she also notes that she found her patriotism in a giant moose and her creativity in a collection of colourful circles.
Visit cre8ery.com for more information.