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Sierra Noble Opening for Johnny Reid on Cross-Canada Holiday Tour

Sierra Noble Opening for Johnny Reid on Cross-Canada Holiday Tour

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Sierra Noble will open for Johnny Reid at the Centennial Concert Hall on December 4. (HANDOUT)

Sierra Noble‘s holiday schedule is a hectic one this year, but the Winnipeg singer-songwriter wouldn’t have it any other way.

The fiddle player is about to embark on a cross-Canada tour opening for country star Johnny Reid. If the 21-date “My Kind of Christmas” tour wasn’t enough, Noble is preparing to drop her latest single, “Time For Myself,” on the same day the tour visits Winnipeg next month.

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Manitoba Youth Called to Submit Art for Upcoming Human Rights Exhibit

Manitoba Youth Called to Submit Art for Upcoming Human Rights Exhibit

Canadian Museum for Human Rights
A night view of the Canadian Museum For Human Rights is shown in Winnipeg on September 16, 2014. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has put the call out for youth to submit art projects as part of an upcoming exhibition for Manitoba 150.

The exhibit, ARTiculate Our Rights, will depict “a youthful vision of human rights today and into the future, with interpretation left open to their artistic expression,” the museum says.

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CONTEST: Win Tickets to Manitoba Opera’s ‘Susannah’

CONTEST: Win Tickets to Manitoba Opera’s ‘Susannah’

Manitoba Opera - Susannah

Set in a small Tennessee mountain village in the 1950s, Manitoba Opera’s Susannah tells the story of an 18-year-old girl targeted as a sinner after some elders spy her bathing nude in a secluded stream.

The Carlisle Floyd production runs November 23, 26 and 29 at the Centennial Concert Hall. Win tickets from ChrisD.ca by entering below. We’re giving away two pairs to the Tuesday, November 26 performance!

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