Join us at Prairie Ink Restaurant at either our or location on for a special Mother's Day Buffet prepared by Executive Chef .
There will be three seatings: 10:00 am, noon, and 2:00 pm. Reservations are required.
The cost per plate is $23.95 for adults and $12.50 for children twelve and under.Categories: Winnipeg
It is with great pleasure that McNally Robinson Booksellers announces the winners of it's 3rd annual grade 5-6 writing contest. We received a record number of entries this year and for that we thank you. Some were scary in a funny way, some had a real sense of time and place, others were wonderfully researched, and all were a genuine attempt to tell a great Canadian story. The best ones did all the above, and made our spines tingle as well! To those whose entries were not finalists, a special thank you. Keep on writing - perhaps one day you may find something you wrote on our store shelves!Categories: Winnipeg, Event News, Contests and Giveaways
The 2009 shortlist for one of Poetry's most lucrative prizes, the Griffin Poetry Prize, was announced April 6. 485 books of Poetry from 32 countries have been whittled down to a 3 book Canadian shortlist and a 4 book International shortlistCategories: Awards, Poetry
Our Polo Park store is hosting several events for kids this spring. One that promises to be great fun is the Needle Felting Workshop on Saturday, April 18th at 10:30 a.m. In this workshop you can create and decorate your own book bag. All supplies are included and cost is $20.00. For ages 10 and up. Pre-registration is required.
For other spring break activities, click on our Kids Events icon.Categories: Winnipeg
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In Norman Bethune, Ms. Clarkson tells the story of this fascinating surgeon, medical innovator, and a charismatic political activist who deployed his skills on the battlefields of Spain, where he created a Canadian-sponsored hospital, and in China in a the 1930s, where he went to help Mao Zedong fight the Japanese. Clarkson, a Chinese Canadian, has always been fascinated by the dynamic man who married his social conscience to his medical mission. Clarkson reveals a legendary, inspiring figure in Canadian life who professionally and personally touched her own life.
Born in Hong Kong, Adrienne Clarkson came to Canada as a refugee with her family during the Second World War. An accomplished journalist and broadcaster, she received numerous prestigious awards during her distinguished career. Clarkson was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1992, and in 1999 became the 26th Governor General of Canada. She is the author of the best-selling autobiography Heart Matters and the founder of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship.
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