A Child's Victorian Christmas Story
Dec
3
to Dec 17

A Child's Victorian Christmas Story

Back by popular demand, join us in the parlour by the Christmas tree and hear stories for the season just like they did in Victorian times! This story program is created just for kids by internationally renowned storyteller Leigh-Anne Kehler!

Dec 3rd, 10th, 17th 

New this year: Two show times!

1pm and 2pm

Run time is 35 min.

Tickets are $5 each with a minimum initial purchase of 2 tickets  (includes 1 adult and 1 child)

Additional tickets are $5 (adult or child)! Type "add" in the password section to unlock this option. (Children must be accompanied by an adult)

The Museum is open at 12pm, guests of this program are allowed to view the house and decorations 1/2 hour before their story time. Stories begin at 1pm & 2pm in the parlour. 

Everyone young and old will leave with a warm holiday feeling and a treat!

Call 204-943-2835 or book online at achildsvictorianxmasstory.brownpapertickets.com

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It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
Dec
15
to Dec 16

It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play

This is a staged reading of this film classic.  The story of George Bailey and Bedford Falls one Christmas eve will be told with live sound foley and a wealth of local talent. A fundraiser for Dalnavert Museum! With a mix of local actors and celebrities, this staged reading will surely be a delight for eyes and ears as you see the inner workings of this radio play through sound. Music and seasonal treats round out this heartwarming story.
Doors open at 6:30pm to view the Victorian house decorated for the holidays.

Directed by Donna Fletcher

Sound Foley by Davis Plett

Musical Accompaniment by Celoris Miller

with Caity Curtis, Terry MacLeod, Ron Robinson, Stephen Sim, Al Simmons, Tracy Koga, Brad Oswald, Blair Yakimoski, and Nan Fewchuk.

December 15th (Sold Out)

December 16th

7:30pm - Doors at 6:30pm for carolling and house tours.

$27 Members of Dalnavert Museum

$24 Kids 12 and under

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Dickens' A Christmas Carol
Dec
21
to Dec 24

Dickens' A Christmas Carol

Renowned Local radio personality and friend to Dalnavert Museum Ron Robinson reads the traditional Charles Dickens's own adaptation of A Christmas Carol. Join us in the days leading up to Dec. 25th for an intimate reading of this classic tale.

Performances are 75 min and begin at 7:30pm. The museum is open at 6:30pm to view the Victorian Christmas decorations and to listen to carols in our halls before the presentation.
Seasonal refreshments and treats are available.

$25

$22.50 Members of Dalnavert Museum

$20 Children 12yrs and under

NEW THIS YEAR! DECEMBER 24th 2pm
A special Christmas eve matinee reading in the parlour by the tree (Dec. 24th at 2pm) is an even more intimate way to usher in the Christmas spirit. Limited tickets available.

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A Very Victorian Pudding Challenge
Dec
9
7:30 PM19:30

A Very Victorian Pudding Challenge

Contestants vie for the first Dalnavert Golden Pudding Award! Using 19th Century recipes, this is no bake-off to trifle with! All seasonal, all Victorian, you must come and taste for yourself.
With a host, a panel of judges and some festive music, you are sure to have a plum time.
Seasonal refreshments available throughout the evening.

Musical Guest:

Jonathan Alexiuk

Host:

Michael Wolch from Classic 107 FM

Judges: 

Alison Gilmour (Winnipeg Free Press)

Carol Bigold (High Tea Bakery)


Was $20, NOW $5 online or Pay what you can at the door!

Call 204-943-2835

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CALLING ALL BAKERS! Click here for information on becoming a contestant in this fun and merry baking challenge: http://mailchi.mp/f1f37d58cf05/calling-all-bakers-victorian-pudding-contestant-information

MINCEMEAT and VERY GOOD PUFF-PASTE recipes from Mrs. Beeton.

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About The Vapours and Other "Man-Made" Maladies
Nov
26
1:30 PM13:30

About The Vapours and Other "Man-Made" Maladies

How did Victorian women deal with health, sex, contraception, and mythical ideas about a woman’s body in a man’s world? Find out at this illustrative talk with Ines Bonacossa.

1:30pm

Complete with tea, coffee and cookies.

Each lecture is $15, or $12 for Dalnavert Members!
Book with The Elegant Arts for only $20 members, or $25 for general admissions.
To reserve please call 204-943-2835 or email reserve@dalnavertmuseum.ca

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The Elegant Arts (or What Did They Do All Day?)
Nov
12
1:30 PM13:30

The Elegant Arts (or What Did They Do All Day?)

Find out what exactly Victorian ladies did all day with Ines Bonacossa - an illustrative talk about elaborate embroidery, ceramic tea set painting and other make work projects for those times in between managing a household.

1:30 pm 

Complete with tea, coffee, and cookies.

Each lecture is $15, or $12 for Dalnavert Members!
Book with About The Vapours and Other "Man-Made" Maladies for only $20 members, or $25 general admissions.
To reserve please call 204-943-2835 or email reserve@dalnavertmuseum.ca

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Dracula Unearthed!
Oct
18
to Oct 31

Dracula Unearthed!

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Welcome to my house. Come freely. Go safely; and leave something of the happiness you bring" - Dracula

This Halloween, Dalnavert After Dark presents DRACULA UNEARTHED! Become immersed in Bram Stoker's gothic account of a mysterious stranger, a suspicious illness, and the unspeakable conclusion. Brave souls will be let into the darkened Dalnavert equipped only with a flashlight and their courage to discover clues, listen to recorded accounts, read journals and find out, for themselves, what is lurking in the shadows. This is not a jump scare spook house, and there are no live actors, but there will be someone in the house insuring your physical safety...if not your soul! An immersive Victorian experience.

Early bird tickets are $30
$35 on the day
Tickets are available online at: http://draculaunearthed.brownpapertickets.com/ 

In person or by phone at 1(204)943-2835. 


Doors open at 6:15pm
The experience begins at 7pm and lasts for 2 hours.
There is a cash bar and a wine tasting station.
The house is dark, but you will have access to a flashlight and there will be someone in the house ensuring your physical safety...if not your soul!

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our sponsors:
The Winnipeg Foundation
James Richardson & Sons, Limited and Affiliated Companies
Manitoba Liquor Marts as our exclusive cocktail sponsor for Dracula Unearthed!

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Dracula Speaks
Oct
15
to Oct 29

Dracula Speaks

Bram Stoker released his novel Dracula in 1897. This very Victorian story's literary bones will be excavated by Prof. Vanessa Warne who teaches Victorian Studies at the University of Manitoba. An excellent companion to the Dracula Unearthed! experience, or as a stand alone series. *You don't need to have read the book, it'll be interesting either way!*          Snacks, refreshments & bar available.

DATES
Sundays at 1:30pm October 15,22,29

COST
$18 per lecture ($15 for members)
$45 all three! (save$9) ($40 for members)
$65 for all three lectures + Dracula Unearthed! experience (saves $10)*

*If you've already bought tickets to Dracula Unearthed! You can sign up for the lecture series for only $35
OR $30 for members!

RESERVE
reserve@dalnavertmuseum.ca
204-943-2835

TOPICS:

The Monster and the Typewriter - October 15th 1:30pm

Forget about the garlic. In Stoker’s novel, typewriters and gramophones prove more useful than traditional methods of Vampire eradication. We’ll explore how the skills of secretaries and thoroughly modern machines, such as portable typewriters, help the novel’s heroes get the job done.

Dracula’s Doctors - October 22nd 1:30pm

Experimenting with blood transfusions, operating psychiatric asylums, casually prescribing opium: the doctors in Dracula are almost as scary as the vampires. Dracula has a lot to say about the medical practices of the Victorian era and the limits and possibilities of medical innovation. We’ll explore how the doctors in Dracula manage the threat of vampirism with mixed results.

Burial Plots - October 29th 1:30pm

In this final lecture, we explore a dangerously overcrowded city cemetery and we learn about the Victorian-era effort to re-imagine cemeteries as safe, suburban green spaces. Come learn about both the dark history and new design of the Victorian cemetery. What can Dracula teach us about burial places—past and present day?

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From Hand to Paper: Writing Tools Before Computers
Sep
17
1:30 PM13:30

From Hand to Paper: Writing Tools Before Computers

Why is a raven like a writing desk? It isn't, but you WILL find out the evolution of writing desks, and other writing tools through the ages with INÉS BONACOSSA, April 9th at 1:30pm. Pens, pencils, paper, papyrus, writing desks, ink, inkwells, seals, wax, and so much more! If you are into stationery and the development of our desire to put pen to paper, then this talk is for you!

DATE CHANGE! 

*SEPTEMBER 17th*

1:30pm

Dalnavert Museum

$15

$12 Members

$25 for Ceramic Treaures + From Hand To Paper Lectures  

$20 Members price for Ceramic Treaures + From Hand To Paper Lectures

call 204-943-2835

info@dalnavertmuseum.ca 

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Ceramic Treasures: Exploring our Ceramic and Porcelain collection with Inés Bonacossa
Sep
10
1:30 PM13:30

Ceramic Treasures: Exploring our Ceramic and Porcelain collection with Inés Bonacossa

Inés Bonacossa takes you on a historical journey of Dalnavert's vast collection of ceramic and porcelain. From art pieces to housewares, learn about this clay based material and its impact on history!

1:30pm

Dalnavert Museum

Single Lecture Pricing

$15

$12 Members

Package Pricing

$25 for Ceramic Treaures + From Hand To Paper Lectures  

$20 Members price for Ceramic Treaures + From Hand To Paper Lectures

call 204-943-2835

reserve@dalnavertmuseum.ca 

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Ice Cream and Lemonade
Aug
30
1:00 PM13:00

Ice Cream and Lemonade

When life gives you hot summers, make ice cream and lemonade...Victorian style! Join us at 1:00 pm to make yourself some cool refreshments to wrap-up our What-to-do-Wednesdays programming. Some lawn games will be available to play weather permitting. This is a FREE event, but donations are welcome. 

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Painting Textures
Aug
23
1:00 PM13:00

Painting Textures

Join us for an afternoon of stirring up your imagination and creatively showing them with abstract painting. Don't worry about skill and don't be shy to use color, shapes, and textures to create your own masterpiece.  No drawing or painting experience required!

This is part of What-To-Do-Wednesdays at Dalnavert all August long. It's FREE to attend, but you can reserve your spot at reserve@dalnavertmuseum.ca or 204-943-2835.

Donations are welcome.

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Camera Obscura
Aug
16
1:00 PM13:00

Camera Obscura

Join us at 1:00 pm to build yourself a replica pin-hole camera that you can take home with you. This DIY camera obscura workshop will show you how a camera works: The light from an external scene passes through the hole and strikes a surface inside, where the scene is reproduced. Try it yourself and find a fun way of capturing images and your imagination.  We invite you to come to this free event, we supply all of the materials, just bring yourself (and some friends!).

This is part of What-To-Do-Wednesdays at Dalnavert all August long. It's FREE to attend, but you can reserve your spot at reserve@dalnavertmuseum.ca or 204-943-2835.

Donations are welcome.

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Wildlife at Dalnavert
Aug
9
12:00 PM12:00

Wildlife at Dalnavert

Join us at 12pm, August 9th (Wednesday) at Dalnavert Museum as we welcome The Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre and their guest birds a Great Horned Owl, and an American Kestrel. Along with showing off these lovely birds, they will be talking about the role they play in helping us understand wildlife stewardship. Learn about the important work they do at Wildlife Haven, including patient stories followed by a question and answer period.

A discussion about the biology and adaptations of their birds will also be included. This is part of What-To-Do-Wednesdays at Dalnavert all August long. The Wildlife at Dalnavert program is 45 min.

It's FREE to attend, but you can reserve your spot at reserve@dalnavertmuseum.ca or 204-943-2835.

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A Sporting Good Time
Jul
18
to Aug 13

A Sporting Good Time

Dalnavert is getting in the spirit of the Canada Summer Games with A Sporting Good Time, an exhibit featuring sports equipment, attire, tools, and more from the years between 1890 and 1930. Come check it out and get a tour of Dalnavert while you do. Thanks to The Costume Museum of Canada, and Transcona Museum for items on loan.

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Lunchtime Peeks
Jul
13
to Aug 31

Lunchtime Peeks

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Throughout the summer we are hosting 15 minute tours between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. for foodies who want to hear about Victorian etiquette, cooking, and menu items.  A perfect getaway if you're working downtown and want to take a break from the office. The tour is pay-what-you-can (as in there's no set cost) and you can bring your own lunch from home, a food truck, or local restaurant and eat it on our veranda or on the grounds surrounded by our beautiful heritage garden.

 

 

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Postcolonial Postcards
Jun
22
to Jun 30

Postcolonial Postcards

June 22-30 (no show Mon & Tues)
7pm & 8:30pm nightly (TWO TOURS A NIGHT!)

Accessibility Video Tour available June 28,29,30th (please call for details)

Tickets are $15

Looking for a different conversation for Canada’s infamous Sesquicentennial? 

This June, the Dalnavert Museum presents "Postcolonial Postcards" - part performance, part object theatre, part museum tour, part slide show, part installation!

Performances created by Ming Hon, Kevin Klassen, Frances Koncan, Jeanne Randolph, Charlene Van Buekenhout

Direction by Mia van Leeuwen

Lighting & Installations by Jaymez

Audiences will travel the delicate and exotically Victorian rooms and experience a snapshot-like-postcard-scene, overturning expectations of the local environment and disrupting the traditional narrative before moving on to the next room. Come and discover the delightful complications of Postcolonial Postcards. Wish you were here! 

Presented by Dalnavert Museum with the generous support of The Winnipeg Foundation.



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A Wilde Tea Party
Jun
11
2:00 PM14:00

A Wilde Tea Party

Join us for the Wildest Tea Party at Dalnavert! This is an afternoon tea with an Oscar Wilde theme. You will enjoy music, theatricals, and lovely Wilde-esque witticisms at this tea party in our gardens! This is a fun fundraiser for the museum, come dressed up or not, but come ready for a Wilde Party!

Highlights include:

The Helen White Quartet

Scenes from "The Importance of Being Earnest"

Cucumber Sandwiches!

Victorian Games & Prizes

TEA!



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Musica Poetica: Musings
May
30
3:00 PM15:00

Musica Poetica: Musings

Musica Poetica starts off the summer with a programme of music by various Baroque composers: some familiar, some not. Come join us for an intimate afternoon or evening in the little hall overlooking the Dalnavert Museum flower garden!

Nancy Hennen, baroque flute
Tatiana Friesen, baroque viola
Blair Burns, baroque cello
Carol Piller, harpsichord

Music by Telemann, Meder, Chelleri, and others

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Doors Open Winnipeg
May
27
to May 28

Doors Open Winnipeg

Heritage Winnipeg presents the annual Doors Open Winnipeg event, held on the last weekend of May each year. This FREE public event celebrates Winnipeg’s unique spaces, architecture, and history, showcasing more than 85 remarkable buildings, sites and tours.

Doors Open Winnipeg presents the public with a unique opportunity to explore buildings and take tours that may not be accessible the rest of the year. Since the first event in 2004, Doors Open Winnipeg has attracted more than 300,000 site visits, putting our incredible architecture, history, arts and culture on display. The 2016 event was one of our most successful year yet, with over 28,000 site visits over the weekend. - from Doors Open Website

Dalnavert Museum has won the Best Restoration Award two years in a row  2015/16. Come and see what it's all about. Refreshments will be offered to those who wait.

 

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Mothers And Others
May
13
1:30 PM13:30

Mothers And Others

Perfectly nestled between Manitoba Day and Mother's Day, Mothers And Others is an afternoon tea and illustrative talk with Linda McDowell about the hard working women suffragists of Manitoba and North Dakota who fought for the rights of women and children.  

May 13th, Saturday at 1:30pm

$12 includes the talk, tea, coffee and cake.

$15  SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY RATE for Parent + Child Combo - No Age Limit (Mother + Daughter, Mother + Son, Father + Daughter, Father + Son)

Call 204-943-2835 to reserve a spot.

About Linda McDowell:

Linda McDowell has been a teacher in Manitoba elementary and secondary schools, Social Studies consultant for the Winnipeg School Division, and has worked in teacher education with Brandon University and the University of Winnipeg. Most of her teaching has been in the area of history. She has also been involved in curriculum and teacher guide writing for Manitoba. She is a life member of the Manitoba Association of Social Science Teachers Association and served on early Status of Women in Education committees.

As a retired teacher she volunteers with the Education program of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, volunteers for the Nellie McClung Foundation and has returned to volunteering at Dalnavert. A long time interest in the history of Prairie women has led to research on woman suffrage, on early women trustees and on the lives of all of those "ordinary women" who weren't ordinary at all.

Currently she is working on research about "The Weaker Sex? - Not in Manitoba!" another talk coming to Dalnavert for International Women's Day March 2018!

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The Red Violin & My Winnipeg
Apr
19
2:00 PM14:00

The Red Violin & My Winnipeg

Two film screenings shown for FREE as part of REELCANADA'S National Canadian Film Day on April 19th.

The Red Violin at 2pm 

Spend the afternoon with Dalnavert and The Red Violin! This Canadian film tells the tale of a very special instrument — a perfectly crafted 17th-century violin finished with a mysterious red glaze. The violin’s history is revealed through four interconnected tales spanning 300 years, and at the centre of the story is the instrument’s dark secret, which is revealed only at the film’s suspenseful finale. Part of Reel Canada's National Canadian Film Day. 

&

My Winnipeg at 8pm

Join us for a cozy, mid-week film night with Dalnavert and My Winnipeg! A hypnotic love letter to Winnipeg, Guy Maddin's film is equal parts historical chronicle and personal portrait, seamlessly weaving real facts with wild fiction, but some of the most shocking stories in My Winnipeg are the true ones! The bar will be open, and snacks available. Part of Reel Canada's National Canadian Film Day. 

Reserve your FREE seat at http://freefilmsatdalnavert.brownpapertickets.com/



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An Evening With Simpson's Folly
Apr
8
7:00 PM19:00

An Evening With Simpson's Folly

Join us for an evening of song, music and dance! Bar and snacks available while you go back in time with us for a slice of musical history. 

Simpson's Folly 

Dressed in the costume styles of 1815 or 1850, the members of Simpson’s Folly sing the songs, play the music and tell the stories that reflect life in the time period of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815) or the Scottish settlement at Red River. Their group name, Simpson’s Folly is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the ‘stone fort’ located thirty-two kilometres north of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The musicians are: Frederick Carsted - bodhran, hard-shoe step dance, re-enactor of historic events, vocals, and recitations. Johanna Handford - celtic harp, button accordion, concertina, recorder, guitar and vocals. Dorothy Long - mandolin, button accordion, bodhran and vocals. James Long - 12 string guitar, harmonica, fiddle, cello and vocals.

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Movers and Shakers in The Suffrage Movement from Manitoba to North Dakota
Mar
8
to Jun 1

Movers and Shakers in The Suffrage Movement from Manitoba to North Dakota

TRAVELING EXHIBIT

THE INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDEN DISPLAY

This display was commissioned by the International Peace Garden and was exhibited there first in 2016. The display was put together by David McInnes and Linda McDowell, both of Winnipeg.

The side being displayed currently intends to show the similarities between the woman suffrage campaign of Manitoba (suffrage won in 1916) and North Dakota (suffrage won in 1917). Although these campaigns were separated by an international boundary, the two areas shared many characteristics - both geographical and political.

Women in the American and Canadian western areas were the first in their respective countries to have their voting rights acknowledged. Both Manitoba and North Dakota suffragists were supported by temperance and progressive farmer groups. On both sides of the border, women had to contend with wily legislators who tried to block suffrage legislation. The women in Manitoba and North Dakota tended to have similar backgrounds and professions - teachers, doctors and journalists. Some of the famous women leaders of the two areas are shown in the  display with Margret Benedictsson as a link. She was born in Iceland but lived and worked in North Dakota and Manitoba, a pioneer in woman suffrage. Both suffrage groups were successful earlier than their eastern countrywomen who had been active in suffrage campaigns for a much longer time.

There were differences, too. Many single women in the American west were able to get Homestead land while Canadian women (married or single) had a much more difficult time to get the same rights. The Manitoba campaign was the most colourful in Canada while the North Dakota group got much less national press. Manitoba women were the first in Canada (1916) to gain voting rights but Wyoming women were the first in the United States, getting the vote in 1869. Indigenous women got the vote earlier in the North Dakota than they did in Manitoba. None of the North Dakota suffragists achieved the national fame in the United States that Nellie McClung achieved in Canada.

The women and men who fought for woman suffrage in Manitoba and North Dakota are a fascinating group of characters and neither area has really given them the attention they deserve. 

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VICTORIAN DETECTIVES -The Rise of the Detective: Sherlock Holmes and His Successors
Feb
26
1:30 PM13:30

VICTORIAN DETECTIVES -The Rise of the Detective: Sherlock Holmes and His Successors

Join us as we delve into the Victorians and their penchant for invention. This time it's the DETECTIVE NOVEL!  In this illustrated talk, Dr Vanessa Warne, an award winning professor from the U of Manitoba, will explore the colourful history of the rise of Victorian detective literature, with a special focus on Victorian Britain's most celebrated fictional detective: Sherlock Holmes. Sharing stories about both Holmes and his creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, she will use photographs, maps, and engraved illustrations to enrich our appreciation of the origins of both this character and the detective story genre.If this has piqued your interest, sign up for the in depth Victorian Detective Reading Series March 5, 12, and 19th.

Introduction to VICTORIAN DETECTIVES: By Donation 

VICTORIAN DETECTIVES Reading Series - $45 - 3 sessions - March 5, 12, 19th at 1:30pm

10% discount for members.

Novels to be discussed are:

March 5th - Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Man With the Twisted Lip" : Together we will explore the idea of double lives and I'll provide background on the opium dens and docklands of Victorian London.

March 12th - James McGovan's "The Mysterious Human Leg" : Topics to explore will include the dark side of Victorian medical practice and connections between medicine and the law.

March 19th - Mary Fortune's "The Dead Witness" : A story set in the Australian bush that invites us to explore the beauty and the danger of the colonies and also the invention of photography.

PDF's of each story will be made available to you when you sign up for the series.

Please register with Dalnavert at 204-943-2835

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THE INSCRUTABLE FUGUE OF AGATHA CHRISTIE
Feb
17
to Feb 26

THE INSCRUTABLE FUGUE OF AGATHA CHRISTIE

An argument
A disappearance
A surfboard

“To the person reading this note, Agatha needs to go away for a bit. She’s unable to cope for now. Please, don’t worry yourself. She’ll return when she’s up to it.”

Follow Agatha Christie as she leads you from a proper Victorian parlour (literally) to the salty English seaside (theatrically) to solve a mystery of her own making.
 
A mystery comedy about a real-life event (with a cash bar).

Presented by Echo Theatre & Saucy Gal Productions

More details and ticket info at www.echotheatre.net

Purchase tickets online at  http://agathachristiesfugue.brownpapertickets.com/ 

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CLUE at THE MUSEUM
Feb
13
7:00 PM19:00

CLUE at THE MUSEUM

 A live clue game with our partners ACROSS THE BOARD CAFE! Play the game, take a guess and go into the Victorian Mansion to see the outcome played out live before your eyes! Two sittings a night at 7pm & 9pm (sold out).

$25

Call 204-943-2835 to purchase tickets OR

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*Please note that Christiefest pass holders will be admitted at the door only and are not eligible to reserve for this event in advance.

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Feb
11
to Feb 26

Mystery Month at Dalnavert

February is Mystery Month at Dalnavert Museum! If you're a mystery fan you'll want to check out our events throughout February. As part of RMTC's Christiefest, we have a play, a game, and a film for you to sink your teeth into, and at the very end of the month, a special lecture/reading series exploring the Victorian Detective novel with Prof. Vanessa Warne.

 

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