INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES AND THE ARTS
Lt.-Gov. Anita R. Neville invites Manitobans – particularly those who have never visited Government House before – to attend the next presentation in a series of free public events designed to welcome Manitobans into Government House and showcase outstanding and inspiring Manitobans who, through words and deeds, continually work to make the province better for all.
Lt.-Gov. Neville is pleased to welcome very special guest Tina Keeper for the February event.
Keeper is an award-winning actor from Norway House Cree Nation. In addition to completing a double major in history and theatre at the University of Winnipeg, she has worked in stage management, mime, improvisation and dance. Keeper is perhaps best known for her role as RCMP Const. Michelle Kenidi in CBC’s North of 60, for which she won a Gemini award. Keeper will be sharing her journey, her influences and the important role Indigenous artists have and continue to play in the arts.
The event will be held Wednesday, Feb. 15 at Government House. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Program begins at 7 p.m. Parking is available on both sides of the Government House driveway.
Light refreshments to follow.
Those wishing to attend must register in advance with the Office of the Lieutenant Governor by calling 204-945-2753. Guests may reserve a maximum two seats per registration.
Please note: Large bags and backpacks will not be permitted.
Registration is now open. Seating is limited. There is no cost to attend.