WINNIPEG — Book lovers can flip through new reading material at the annual Children’s Hospital Book Market.
Thousands of books in more than 65 categories are available September 28-30 at St. Vital Centre, with all funds going to support the ongoing operations of the Children’s Hospital libraries and the Children’s Hospital Television (CHTV) station.
Some Winnipeg children will get a VIP escort today while shopping for Christmas gifts at St. Vital Centre.
The 10th annual CopShop event pairs students with Winnipeg police officers for a morning of retail therapy. Students are chosen by administrators of their respective school divisions based on a need, specific academic or sporting achievements and volunteerism.
WINNIPEG — Movie-goers to SilverCity St. Vital Cinemas can now treat themselves to a better kind of seat.
D-BOX motion seats move in conjunction with the action on the big screen and are similar to the seats already enjoyed by guests at SilverCity Polo Park.
The theatre’s second-largest auditorium, which features UltraAVX, will now offer 30 reserved D-BOX seats. Guests can customize their experience by controlling the intensity of the movement produced by their seat, using controls in the seat’s armrest. “Warcraft,” which opens Friday, will be the first D-BOX experience available at the theatre.
A popular book sale to benefit the Children’s Hospital Foundation has set a new record.
The Children’s Hospital Book Market raised $170,000 over the weekend — shattering the $56,000 it raised last year.
“Thank you to the community for their tremendous support, St. Vital Centre for being incredible hosts and to our unbelievable volunteers who manned the stations, worked the cash registers all for the amazing cause of caring for our kids,” said Carol Irving, book market coordinator.