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Breaking The Silence On Domestic Violence

Mennonite Heritage Gallery, 600 Shaftesbury Blvd , Winnipeg

Join black-eyed SUZIE, survivors and their loved ones for the long overdue 2nd annual opening of Breaking The Silence On Domestic Violence which will take place at the Mennonite Heritage Gallery: Opening at 7pm, Friday, November 19th. Enjoy an evening of sharing, art by local artists and artwork and music by black-eyed SUZIE who will perform a selection of songs from their collection of Dark Roots Folk repertoire focusing on the issue of intimate partner violence and the complex challenges that survivors face on the road to healing. Attendees must have proof of vaccination and ID. Maximum of 50 participants will be allowed. You may also register for the virtual online event for which you will be given a Zoom link. Register your attendance at or call Selenna Wolfe at 204-487-3300, ext. 344 The show will run until January 15, 2022.


black-eyed SUZIE on the Heritage Stage at St. Norbert Farmer's Market

St. Norbert Farmer's Market , 3514 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, MB

Catch black-eyed SUZIE for another lively set of originals and covers at the St. Norbert Farmer's Market on the Heritage Stage on Sept. 4 at 10 am. Bring a friend or a few and get ready for a tow tapping good time while you peruse the local market for goodies!

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Pineridge Hollow Farmer's Market, 67086 Heatherdale Rd 25E,, Oakbank, MB

So excited to announce black-eyed SUZIE's post Covid return to the stage at the beautiful Pine Hollow Ridge Farmer's Market stage, at Bird's Hill Park, Winnipeg, MB on the morning of Saturday, August 7th, 2021! The band will be busting out their instruments and pulling out all the stops with a mix of lively originals and covers that will have you kicking up your heels again!

Potluck In The Park!

St. Vital Duck Pond, Winnipeg

black-eyed SUZIE opens a very special yearly community potluck event at the St. Vital Duck Pond. This gathering is open to the general public and takes place every 2nd Friday of the month from September to June. Bring a friend or two and a potluck item, meet some new peeps and enjoy local music entertainment! This event is free, but bring some change for CD's, merch and tips!

Chillin' & Drinks With The Suzies

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Ship & Plough, 42 Centre Street, Gimli, MB

Catch a break from the heat (or rain) and join black-eyed SUZIE for drinks and a laid back set of storied folk rock tunes at The Ship & Plough Tavern starting at 2 PM. Grab a snack, a cool beer,cocktail or Shandy and let the music take you away. If you don't know what a Shandy is, don't be shy - Christine will be happy to tell you (but she won't share)!


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The Forks Main Stage, 1 Forks Rd, Winnipeg, MB

black-eyed SUZIE is excited to announce that they've been selected as a feature full band opening Winnipeg's very first Mac and Cheese Festival! They will be performing on The Main Stage at The Forks THIS coming Friday, July 19th at 7:30 - 8:30 PM.

Expect to hear some lively crowd favs, like Whipping Boy and Sticks and Stones, along with some of their newest ambient alternative folk rock tunes that will be making their way to their new release in the coming months.

Raved about in Food Network Magazine, The Mac and Cheese Festival is North America’s largest food festival that celebrates everything mac and cheese, featuring live music along with celebrity chefs, savvy cooks, entrepreneurs and corporate teams who come together to compete to create new concoctions of mac and cheese for fans to try!

black-eyed SUZIE hopes to connect with locals and fans at this exciting new event in the heart of their new home, Winnipeg (and sample some cheesy Macaroni fair)!

Please LIKE and FOLLOW the band on Facebook and Instagram and tell your family and friends to help them get the word out!

Manitoba Marathon 2019

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École Viscount Alexander, Point Road and Waterford Avenue, Winnipeg

If you're not so much a sleeper-inner come out and join us on the morning of June 16th to cheer on the 2019 Manitoba Marathon Runners. This year we will be set up at Point Road and Waterford Avenue beside École Viscount Alexander and will be playing for both the half and full track marathoners from 7:45 - 8:50 and then again at 9:45 - 10:40 AM. Bring water, tea, coffee, breakfast treats, a blanket or lawn chair and your cheering support to help us make this year's marathon even better!

2019 Manitoba Night Marketand Festival

Assiniboia Downs, Winnipeg

The Manitoba Night Market and Festival is set and ready to return to Assiniboia Downs for a third year! The first Manitoba Night Market of 2019 kicks off Sunday, June 9th from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Join us for unique local artisans, crafts, jewelry, clothing and so much more! The track will be loaded with the best food trucks Manitoba has to offer. Plus kid's activities, entertainment, beer gardens and more! You don't want to miss this unique event!

We will be performing on the main stage at 8:00 PM where you can catch a glimpse of our new drummer Beau!

Admission is only $5 per person and children 5 and under are FREE! Parking $5

Musical Potluck In The Park

St. Vital Park Duck Pond, 190 River Rd, Winnipeg

Spring has sprung! Meet us at the St.Vital Duck Pond in the community building for a potluck supper and warm company while we celebrate community spirit and play some of our favorite tunes to kick off another beautiful spring weekend in the park! Meet our new bandie Bobby, bring a potluck item, an appetite, just yourself, a friend or a few! All ages welcome! It's FREE! We are better together <3 See y'all soon!

Culture Days

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Wayne Arthur Gallery, 186 Provencher Blvd., Winnipeg

Join black-eyed SUZIE for an afternoon concert as part of Winnipeg's annual 2018 Culture Days at the Wayne Arthur Gallery, 186 Provencher Blvd. Christine will have some of her artwork up on display. Admission is free, but there will be a tip jar, coffee and tea onsite.

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Sam's Place, 159 Henderson Highway, Winnipeg

Sam's Place is a cafe, used bookstore and music venue located in the Elmwood neighbourhood in Winnipeg. They are proud to serve delicious food and beverages, offering everything from sandwiches, salads, and soups to desserts and specialty coffees. The stage hosts a wide variety of events, including many talented local and traveling musicians. There is a cover charge of $5. Performers are compensated with donations by passing around the old red cowboy boot that sits on the stage, and a free drink.

Sam's Place is a project of Mennonite Central Committee Manitoba, and it is made possible by a vibrant community of dedicated, hardworking staff and volunteers.

Proceeds from Sam's Place support the work of MCC in Manitoba and around the world.