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Inclusion Community Arts Fest!

Friends of the Arts and Inclusion!

“Have you filled your bucket today?”

The Inclusion Community Art Fest is a celebration of the beauty of the Arts and Inclusion through performances, workshops and displays by artists of all abilities. This exciting event will take place at Crescent Fort Rouge United Church on November 21st and November 22nd. There will be laughter, singing and plenty of bucket filling! Please see attached poster and “bucket filling” explanation.


Inclusion Community Arts Fest Poster. Half Green, half Orange with two white triangles and lots of text. See Caption for text.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 – 8 pm – 10 pm: Performance and Art Display
Kick off the Arts Fest with performances by Inclusion Players, Nation of Two & More. Catch our Art Display and purchase some original Art. Tickets are $15 and proceeds from the evening will go to performers,

for the reception and for workshop facilitators. Buy your ticket today: DOORS OPEN AT 7 PM.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 – 10 am – 3 pm: Creative Workshops
Join us for a day of workshops on puppet making, improv, and musical theatre open to people of all abilities. Space is limited to the first 30 registrants. To register, email artspeg@gmail.comtoday!
Here’s your chance to fill your bucket. Thank you and we hope to see you at Crescent Fort Rouge – 525 Wardlaw Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Partners: ArtFest, Art City, Inclusion Winnipeg, Social Innovation Change & Magpie Productions. Special thanks to Crescent Fort Rouge for logistical support, and the United Way for its support of community organizations.


Children’s author Carol MacDonald wrote the book, “Have you filled your bucket today?” The concept of the book is through “simple prose and vivid illustration, this heartwarming book how rewarding it is to express daily kindness, appreciation and love. Bucket filling for understanding the effects of our actions and words on the well-being of others and ourselves.”

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