Timezone issues

by Tyler Vitt - Friday, Aug 29, 2014 at 3:58pm

McNally Robinson is aware that some customers, after registering for a class (or classes), may be experiencing difficulties with the automatic generation of the classroom time into their own iPhone calendar or other device as it relates to timezones. McNally Robinson's information is set correctly, but if you as an individual have your phone or other device set to a different timezone, the class may show up as the incorrect time in your personal calendar.

Please always check the website or classroom handout for exact class start times. We wouldn't want you to show up at the wrong time for your favourite class!

Categories: Store News, Winnipeg, Community Classroom

The First World War and Dress Reform

by Barb King - Wednesday, Aug 13, 2014 at 11:02am

On Monday, August 25th at 10:00 a.m. the Costume Museum of Canada joins us in the Community Classroom for a presentation on how the war overseas mandated a change in clothing here at home so women in particular and those left at home could cope with the changing responsibilities now that much of the workforce were overseas. Corsets and outfits with many layers became history and realistic, loose and useful clothing entered the mainstream. Volunteers from the museum will model some of the styles of the time. Pre-registration required. $20 per person.

Register online here. To narrow your search, select "Remembering the First World War" under the Category drop-down menu.

Remembering the First World War series

by Tyler Vitt - Tuesday, Aug 05, 2014 at 1:44pm

In recognition of the 100th anniversary of World War I and in honour of those who served and who died, McNally Robinson is hosting a REMEMBERING THE FIRST WORLD WAR selection of Community Classes in late August.

To see our complete list of courses, visit this page. To narrow your search to World War I classes, look under the "Category" drop-down menu and select "Remembering the First World War".

Register via the link above, in person at our Grant Park store, or over the phone (204-475-0483). If you are phoning, please have a credit card ready. Registration is $20 per person for each class. All of the classes take place in the last week of August.

Categories: Winnipeg, History, Community Classroom


Summer in the City

by Barb King - Tuesday, Jun 24, 2014 at 2:40pm

Staying in town for much of the summer? Consider spending an evening in the Community Classroom taking in a class or two to expand your horizons and keep your toes tapping, your fingers snapping, and your brain in a somewhat philosophical or reflective kind of mode. A wide variety of offerings still have room available including: A Taste of Venice with Don Anderson, Perogies on the Prairies with Orysia Tracz, A Taste of Toulouse with Cendrine Marrouat, The Beach Boys and The Endless Summer with John Einarson, Songs Your Mother Should Never Have Taught You? with Orysia Tracz, The Funny Irish with Al Rae, Shakin All Over with John Einarson, Trekking Around the World with Alison Letourneau, and Takin Care of Business with John Einarson. Potential drummers may also be interested in Jay Stoller's Intro to African Drumming class. Pre-registration required for all classes.

New Online Registration System for Community Classroom

by Barb King - Tuesday, Jun 24, 2014 at 2:27pm

Today marked the launching of McNally Robinson's brand new registration system for classes in the Community Classroom. Simple and pretty intuitive, the new system allows you to view all of the classes in either a chronological order (by date) or by category. From the comfort of your own home you can now register "live" in real time, knowing right at the time of registration, how many seats are left in the class. You will also have all of the information on the class, from a class description, to the schedule, to info on the price and info and a photo of the educator, all right at your fingertips.

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