Five Ways to Exchange – November 3, 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.


First Fridays in the Exchange

Every month, the galleries, restaurants and shops of the Exchange District stay open a little later to create an evening of art and celebration like no other in the city. From Lennard Taylor’s living mannequins to pop ups and galleries on multiple floors of 290 McDermot and 62 Albert (among many many many others), there’s literally something for everyone.

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Art Talk/Art Walk with Toby Gillies and hannah_g

Tonight’s First Fridays Art Talk/Art Walk discussion and tour focuses on the nature of inspiration, and with two inspiring artists like third generation artist Toby Gillies and aceartinc’s  hannah_g, you know it will be an incredible talk! Join moderator Alison Gillmor at the Winnipeg Free Press News Cafe for the 6pm dinner and talk, followed by a tour of some great galleries and studios.

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Shakespeare in Love @ John Hirsch Mainstage  

Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre presents “a witty, sexy and timeless tale of fantasy behind the creation of the greatest love story ever told” (Gigcity) based on the beloved film starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes. When a young Will Shakespeare has writers block and no money, he meets a lovely young woman who inspires him in more ways than one. On now until November 11.

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Kimchi Cafe   

If you’ve got a taste for Japanese and Korean food that is as healthy as it is delicious, visit Kimchi at 61 Albert Street. From excellently priced sushi combos to party trays of 36-58 pieces, Kimchi has your quick lunch or group dinner ready to go.

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Red River Book Store      

Whether you’re looking for that hard to find cult film on VHS or an out of print paperback, Red River Book Store’s vast selection of everything vintage – from action figures to comic books and more – is a collector’s dream. Make sure to carve out some time to be there, as it’s easy to get lost in the stacks!

Visit Red River Book Store in person at 92 Arthur Street and on Facebook for more information.