In support of Women’s Health Clinic and Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre
Monday, May 15th • 7 – 11 pm
Qualico Family Centre • 330 Assiniboine Park Dr
Women’s Health Clinic is honoured to have been chosen to be a co-beneficiary of a third-party event called Laugh More, Give More hosted by CarMa Events. The proceeds of the event will be shared with the Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre.
The event is a comedy cocktail party, and includes appetizers and wine. Enjoy a night of giving back and laughter highlighting four local female comedians – Megan Riley, Heather Witherden, Angie St. Mars and Ashley Burdett. It will leave you smiling the rest of the week! Click here to view their bios.
Online tickets are available for $75 and at the door for $85. The event sold out last year so if you don’t want to miss this special night, please get your tickets in advance by clicking here.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 • 7 – 10 pm
Qualico Family Centre • 330 Assiniboine Park Dr
Join us for a night of fine wine and gourmet appetizers made by some of Winnipeg’s most talented female chefs.
Featured chefs to be announced shortly.
Tickets are $100 and only available online at http://bit.ly/womenwinefood
Women’s Health Clinic – 35th REUNION
This is the reunion you actually want to go to… whether you have ties to Women’s Health Clinic or not, come help us celebrate 35 years of feminist awesomeness!
Join us as we celebrate reproductive choice with spoken word performances. Then we kick off the party with sets by WHC staff and alumni, followed by the fabulous Mama Cutsworth as she takes us on a feminist musical journey through the last 35 years.
Open to everyone. All ages and all genders welcome. Join the Facebook event here.
You can purchase tickets online here.
(Tickets are also available at WHC Graham – 419 Graham Ave. – 3rd Floor Reception)
$20/Advance or $25/Door
***Note – Subsidized tickets will not be available at the door.
Download the poster here.
Hosted by Women’s Health Clinic, the panel discussion features:
Dr. Maryanne Pearce, social scientist and groundbreaking researcher into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
Bernadette Smith, sister of missing person Claudette Osborne, advocate for families and organizer of Drag the Red
Nahanni Fontaine, Special Advisor on Aboriginal Women’s Issues to the Manitoba government
This is a free event. All are welcome! (donations gratefully accepted)
Poster graphic design by Krishna Lalbiharie as adapted from original artwork by Indigenous artist, activist and journalist Angela Sterritt. It depicts an image of Lorelei Williams, as captured by her cousin, Farah Williams, at a MMIWG-themed street theatre action in Vancouver in 2012. Lorelei’s t-shirt features an image of her cousin, Tanya Holyk (23), who was murdered by Robert Pickton in 1996. Lorelei also bears a striking resemblance to her Auntie, Belinda Williams, who has been missing since 1977.
SPOKEN WORD | MUSIC | DANCING | DOOR PRIZES
The Good Will 625 Portage Avenue
Doors open 7:30 pm
Performance 8-9:30 pm
DJ dance party 9:30 pm
General Admission: $15
Low Income: $10 at the door
Can’t attend? Make a donation!
Buy tickets online, in person at 419 Graham Avenue, or at the door.
Update: June 2015 This campaign has ended. Thank you for your support!
More than 4,400 women and transgender individuals have gone missing or been murdered in Canada since 1946. We are honouring their lives by posting each of their names in the display windows at our Graham Ave clinic.
We’ve also launched a postcard campaign, Raise Your Voice, Strengthen Your Community, to encourage the federal government to pursue community engagement, education and awareness, funding for accessible programs that work, and the creation of a national strategy built on current research and existing reports, like the one compiled by the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC).
Drop by the 3rd floor at 419 Graham to pick up a postcard. Mail it and send a message to the Canadian government to help stop gender-based abuse and violence.
FREE Health and Wellness Forum
Wednesday, February 4th, 2015
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall | 3rd floor of Centennial Hall
Open to the general public – all are welcome!
Learn about the signs and symptoms of eating disorders, treatment and support options, and how you can help.
Featuring speakers from the Provincial Eating Disorder Prevention & Recovery Program:
Lisa Naylor, Counsellor
Lindsey Mazur, Registered Dietitan
Getting to Know Yourself group counselling workshops
The Fall/Winter 2014 workshops series begins with Understanding Emotions on Monday, October 27th from 6:30 – 8 pm at the Birth Centre.
Workshops are free. All are welcome. Registration preferred; drop-ins are welcome. To register, please call 204-947-2422, ext. 204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the link to see the Getting to Know Yourself – Fall 2014 workshop poster.