Five Ways to Exchange – October 13, 2017


Send + Receive  

The 19th iteration of Send + Receive, one of North America’s longest running media arts festivals to investigate the disciplines of experimental music and sound art, is happening throughout the Exchange until the end of the weekend. From Friday and Saturday night’s sound art experiences at ace art, to Sunday afternoon’s intimate show by Joe McPhee and Graham Lambkin at Forth, Send + Receive is always a once-in-a-lifetime event you have to experience to believe.    

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Raffi @ Pantages Playhouse  

It’s funny to think about it, but Raffi has been singing his songs to the little ones for 40 years now, meaning the kids he once performed for may already have teenagers of their own. To commemorate four decades of sing-alongs (and his first album, Singable Songs for the Very Young), he’s bringing such hits as “Baby Beluga” and “Bananaphone” to the Pantages Playhouse Theatre on Saturday, October 14. Tickets start at just $25 and are available through Ticketmaster.    

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Peg Beer Co. Year One Party  

On Saturday, October 14 come on out to 125 Pacific to celebrate the first anniversary of Peg Beer Co. With new beers on tap throughout the day, a special Growler Bar exclusive, and a celebratory beer flight and cheese pairing, it’s looking to be a flavour-filled time!

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Blue Moon Furniture       

For over 25 years, the Blue Moon team has been designing architecturally innovative couches, chairs, and tables perfect for your home, business, or office. From the steampunk-approved Old Tobacco Aviator collection to the form-fitting Bend Upholstery collection, Blue Moon breaks the mold when it comes to somewhere to sit!

Visit or 109 Pacific Avenue for more information.


Eclecticism @ Artbeat Studio

On now until October 21, Eclecticism is a collection of new works from Artbeat alumnus Regina Chyzy. Known mostly for working with Waste Not Winnipeg on a series that repurposes found objects as creative materials, Chyzy has also worked alongside marginalized people, instructing and creating alongside them. Her work is incredibly personal and innovative, and Eclecticism is a show not to be missed.   

Visit or 62 Albert Street for more information.