In the loop

Michael Jackson in Back From The Future
Its the year 2015 and something is amiss. When Marty and Doc travelled to 2015 from 1985, things appeared to be quite different than they are now. The secret to correcting the time-line may lie in the sequined glove hand of the King of Pop. The only trouble is Doc and Marty will have to travel back through time to meet him.
The show is on at Celebration Dinner Theatre at 1824 Pembina Highway and runs until January 23. See for details.

Blind Tiger Coffee Co
There’s a secret hidden behind the alabaster walls of South Osborne’s Blind Tiger. What will be by day a neighbourhood coffee haunt, bringing rich roasts from boutique traders will by night be a dimly lit lair of exposed brick, rich colours, and ubiquitous tastes.
Only whispered about by those in the know, what waits behind the walls is something that’s not meant to be found, but to be stumbled upon by those looking for a place of subversion and seclusion.
Visit them at 725 Osborne or find out more at

Canad Inns Winter Wonderland
Canad Inns Winter Wonderland is Manitoba’s largest drive-thru light show and provides a brilliant presentation of over one million lights in 26 different theme areas. The lights will be up from December 4 to January 2 at the Red River Exhibition Grounds. Visit for more.

Hockey at the MTS Centre
The Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose are looking to light the lamp at home during December, with the Winnipeg Jets playing seven games at the MTS Centre, including games against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Manitoba Moose have five games throughout the month, with a couple of pairs against Milwaukee and San Antonio, respectively, and their traditional New Year’s Eve matinee game, which they will play against Iowa this year.

When midnight strikes, young Clara’s enchanted Christmas gift leads her into a wondrous world… with the valiant Nutcracker at her side, Clara defeats the Mouse King and his army of mice, and journeys to the Land of Snow and the Kingdom of Sweets. What could be more fun for the family than to join young Clara’s Christmas fantasy, where toys come to life, the Sugar Plum Fairy spreads her magic, mischievous Filbert the Bear steals the Christmas pudding and where Hazel the Polar Bear and her twelve furry polar cubs will surely warm your heart. A holiday classic for the whole family! Being performed at the Centennial Concert Hall from December 19 to December 28, tickets and additional info can be found at

Operation Red Nose
Spend time with your friends and family celebrating the Holidays and use Operation Red Nose’s FREE designed driver program to get you AND your vehicle home safe and sound this Season! One quick call to our Red Nose Hotline and we will dispatch one of our volunteer drive teams to your pick-up location. Two of the drive team members will drive you and your guests home in your vehicle while the third team member follows in the team escort vehicle. When you arrive at your drop-off location, the team will reunite and continue on to their next assignment. Operation Red Nose begins Fridays and Saturdays starting November 27, as well as Thursday December 17th and December 31. Drivers are out and about from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. and it’s recommend that you call 30 to 45 minutes in advance of your intended departure time. Remember to plan ahead, and never drink and drive.

Happy holidays!

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