Special Events and Outings
Many of our events have limited seating so please sign up early! If you require further information on a program that is not listed here, contact the front desk at 204-987-8850. Carpooling will be arranged for all outings and trips (unless indicated otherwise). If you are willing to drive for one of these trips, please indicate that when you register.
Bud, Spud and Chicken
Thursday, March 14th from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
TYC Event centre, 1405 St. Matthews Ave.
Join us for our Bud, Spud and Chicken Fundraiser. Your ticket gets you a delicious chicken, baked potato, garlic toast, and caesar salad. Plus you will also get a beer or 1 oz. Liquor, Pop or Juice. There will also be a silent auction with many fantastic prizes and a 50/50! Get your ticket today to help us make our Spring Fundraiser a huge success! *If you are able to donate prizes or wish to make a cash contribution to purchase prizes please contact Meaghan at 204-987-8850 ext. 102. (Donations will be eligible for a tax receipt)*
THIS EVENT REQUIRES A TICKET- PLEASE PICK UP YOUR TICKET AT THE CENTRE RECEPTION OR THEY WILL BE AT THE DOOR AT THE EVENT.
Registration Deadline: March 8th
Capital K Distillery Tour
Tuesday, February 12th from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Capital K Distillery tours feature a guided walk through by Master Distiller, Jason Kang, as he leads guests through Manitoba’s first grain-to-bottle craft distillery. Guests experience an intimate and interactive tour of the distillery, taking in details on the complete distilling process and observing their custom-engineered equipment first hand.
Capital K Distillery tours are about 30 minutes and conclude in their custom tasting room. Here, you have the opportunity to taste and purchase their spirits.
There is a $5 Capital K Distillery credit included for each attendee. This credit can be used on the day of your tour for purchases made in the distillery
We will be carpooling so volunteers needed.
Registration Deadline: February 5th
Celebrations – Jail House Rock
Tuesday, March 12th, 1824 Pembina Hwy
Leaving the Centre at 10:30 a.m.
You are all invited to one of the hottest concerts staged and all you have to do to get in is … commit a crime! Welcome to the Moose Jaw Correctional Centre! You are hereby sentenced to an afternoon of laughter, good food, great music and you shall all be released right after you pay your tab! Back in 1967, John Storm was one of the finest guitar craftsmen around; they called him the “Guitar Doctor”. When it came to fixing musical instruments he was amazing, but when it came to paying his taxes he was terrible! So, when word got out that the “Doc” was in jail for delinquent taxes, the Man in Black himself… Mr. Johnny Cash called his friend Elvis Presley and the two decided what better way to pay off “Doc’s” debt then by throwing a benefit concert right there in the Moose Jaw Jail? Please join the STJAC for a matinee performance of Jail House Rock! Featuring the music of Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and a few surprise guests, it’s the best time you will ever have being thrown in jail!
Registration Deadline: March 5thRegister
Brazen Hall Brewery Tour
Tuesday, April 9th at 1:30 p.m., Leaving the Centre at 1:00 p.m.
800 Pembina Hwy
Brazen Hall is the winner of 2017 and 2018 Burger Week competitions, receiving the consumer choice awards. Join us as we experience this amazing restaurant and see behind the scenes how the beer is made. We will be ordering off the menu so participants are responsible for paying for their own lunch.
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 2nd
January 9th and February 13th at 10:30 a.m.
March 13th and April 10th at 10:30 a.m.
Location: Assiniboine Gordon Inn on the Park (1975 Portage Ave.)
Please join us the second Wednesday of the month as the men of the Centre get together for breakfast. Meet new friends and catch up with old ones as we have breakfast together. Meet at the restaurant and enjoy good coffee and great conversation.
Men are responsible for their own breakfast
Registration Deadline: January 7th for breakfast on the 9th and February 11th for breakfast on the 13thRegister
Tuesday, March 5th from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Departing the Centre at 11:45 a.m.
1785 Portage Ave
Yafa Cafe is an eclectic, casual restaurant and sophisticated coffee shop that satisfies both your hunger and your wanderlust. From Manakeesh to shawarma; hummus to tabbouleh; they serve a great selection of the world’s most flavorful Arabic street food-inspired dishes in one lively place. Come and join the Centre as we check out a new local restaurant. Carpooling is available.
You are responsible for purchasing your lunch
We will be carpooling so volunteers needed.
Registration Deadline: February 26thRegister
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
Tuesday, March 19th, Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster St.
Departing the Centre at 12:30 p.m.
MCO tour de force concert — an intimate showcase
with Karl Stobbe & Rachel Kristenson
The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra is “Canada’s tiny, perfect chamber orchestra” (Toronto Star). We say it often in our communications, and from time to time we can’t resist shining a spotlight directly on the esteemed musicians who work closely with the MCO.
In this tour de force concert we do just that, with blistering solos from “master soloist” (London’s Sunday Times) and MCO concertmaster Karl Stobbe, and from Rachel Kristenson, who often sits second principal violin with the MCO. It will be an intimate affair in the marvelous setting of Westminster United Church. Carpooling is available
Registration Deadline: March 12thRegister
Winnipeg Police Service Museum
Tuesday, April 16th, 245 Smith St.
Departing the Centre at 10:30 a.m.
Join us for a tour of the museum and see the origins of the Winnipeg Police Service. The exhibits span the early history of the WPD and the other local PDs (which were eventually amalgamated into one), through to the turn of the century. If you are at all interested in Winnipeg History, especially law enforcement history, the Winnipeg Police Museum is a must see. Artifacts back to the 1800’s are on display. Originally divided into 13 smaller cities, each having its own police department, they amalgamated in 1974, into metro Winnipeg. Uniforms, equipment, firearms, vehicles and documents tell the history of the department.