Five Ways to Exchange – July 21, 2017

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 with “Five Ways to Exchange” in the subject line.


Fringe Fest – Free Concerts at The Cube

The Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival has a stellar line-up of free shows at the Cube! Tonight, catch shows by world music mainstays Andino Suns and mega loud local rockers New Renaissance! Saturday night is a mega dance party with Dirty Catfish Brass Band and Mama Cutsworth on the turntables, followed by a chilled out Sunday with retro rockers The Bloody Historians. All shows kick off at 10pm (9pm on Sunday) and are free!   

Visit for a full list of artists and set times. 



Get spicy this weekend and head to 137 Bannatyne for a little taste of Buenos Aires, Argentina! A mix of pizza, empanadas, Cuban melts, salads, hummus and bruschetta await your taste buds, and the desserts are like no other in the city.  

Visit for a full menu, hours, and more. 


Anchor Massage Therapy     

Having recently opened on Waterfront Drive, Anchor Massage Therapy is the new relaxation, health and wellness venture from Sara Martin and James Dondo. Whether you are working to improve your physical and mental health or recovering from an injury, Anchor’s team is available Tuesday to Sunday and they offer a variety of massages including therapeutic, prenatal, sports, deep tissue and more.

Visit for more information.  


Canada 150 Tour

Running exclusively in July, this new tour focuses on confederation, colonization, and the impact history has had on the world around us! Discover the stories of Metis people within the Red River Colony and much more over the course of this incredible 90 minute tour, created especially for Canada’s 150th birthday by Exchange District BIZ tour guide Sabrina Janke.

Book your tour now!


I Am Fine Art  

This new exhibit from Jennifer Van de Vooren just opened yesterday at cre8ery, and is easily one of the can’t miss collections of the summer. Celebrating the greatness of women through “big, bold, abstract art”, Van de Vooren says her show is “a tribute to all women for the amazing love, nurturing, devotion, creativity, and strength that come so naturally,” and that her art specifically “reflects these qualities in all the beautiful, messy layers that mirror a woman’s life.”

Visit for more information.