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Let's Dance !

Join us for a Youth, Family and Community Dance

Saturday May 11th from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

At Holy Eucharist Parish Centre 460 Munroe Ave

Tickets are $5 per person (under 5 are free)

Includes snacks, drinks, mid evening lunch and dance lessons!

Tickets available until May 10th, they will not be sold at the door.

Celebrating Youth

Come join parishes from all over Manitoba to celebrate Youth and the vitality they bring to our community. Let’s dance, visit with friends and meet new people with a common goal of strengthening the Catholic and broader community of Manitoba.


The Catholic Foundation of Manitoba is committed to supporting youth and family as the foundation of faith and society.  We will have booths set up with information about services available to the community.

Tickets will be sold until May 10th.  They will not be sold at the door.

Please help us spread the word.  Every person is made in the image and likeness of God.  All are welcome. 


We look forward to meeting the community of Manitoba whom we are committed to serve.


Faith, hope, love.

The Catholic Foundation of Manitoba

What to expect

Music and light show from Crystal sounds, dancing, with an opportunity to learn some fun dance moves with musical artist and dancer - Cecelia Sanders, activities and games for all ages, PRIZES, free snacks, refreshments and mid evening lunch included, various community organization booths, a personal testimony by Amber Wsiaki (Caritas service award recipient) on her personal experience of journeying with youth, fellowship and a fun social evening out for the whole family!

Special Guests


After her touching testimony at the Caritas Award Dinner, we asked Amber, one of the Service Award Recipients, to come back to share her message.

Amber Wsiaki has been involved with service to young people for over two decades. She was involved in youth ministry across the country with Catholic Christian Outreach, the Catholic School of Evangelization, Saint-Malo Catholic Camps and was a leader for World Youth Day.

Upon completion of her Bachelor of Education, Amber was hired as the youth ministry coordinator for St. Gianna parish, where she led for many years initiatives and outreach.  Amber was also hired at St. Boniface Diocesan High School, where she taught religion, and journeyed with many students.

During this time, she was also hired as the first youth minister at Saints-Martyrs-Canadiens parish, where she was tasked with founding the first youth ministry this parish had seen in years.

Being the only French-speaking parish to offer youth ministry, Amber's talent and dedication was soon recognized by neighbouring parishes, who started to send their French-speaking youths to her programming. As such, she has become the unofficial youth minister for the entire French Urban Deanery.

Amber’s dedication to young people is tireless. She has built bridges with neighbouring Protestant churches, by joining a local group of Christian youth ministers. Amber truly is a bridge builder, and has been innovative, creative, and resourceful in serving young people in her area to the best of her ability.


The youth have spoken, and we listened.  We are bring you Cecilia!

Cecilia Sanders grew up in rural Manitoba where she attended school in Manitou and Miami.  She is an accomplished cello player and singer. She also loves to dance and has taken lessons in Salsa dance. She grew up old time dancing and country line dancing, and enjoys leading dances whenever she has the opportunity. 

Cecilia will be sharing her dance skills and teaching moves to some fun upbeat songs.


Did you know that a variety of services are available at the Archdioceses and the Archeparchy in Manitoba to help youth and their families? Come visits the many booths that will be set up at the Youth, Family and Community Dance.  Enter to win free draws donated by Stephanchew, Baltic Athletics and others after you visit the booths.

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If you hear freeze while you happen to be in one of the multiple designated secret spots on the dance floor, you win one of the many fun prizes we will be giving out throughout the evening.

Answers to the most common asked questions:
Can I buy my tickets at the door?

Unfortunately we will not be offering tickets at the door . We will keep selling until May 10th or until we sell out, whichever comes first.

What ages can attend?

All ages and everyone! We are working hard at creating an atmosphere that is fun and enjoyable for all ages.

What type of music will be played?

Crystal Sounds is our DJ. They have a great selection of songs for family dances just like this one and will be taking requests as well.
Why are the tickets only $5?

We wanted to make this event affordable to everyone. The Catholic Foundation along with the Archdiocese of St. Boniface and Winnipeg, the Ukrainian Archeparchy, the CWL, the UCWLC as well as some individual donors have all come together to cover the rest of the cost.
Will there be additional costs once we get there?

No, everything is included at no extra cost.


Is this a fundraiser?

No, this is our gift to the community. If any profit is made, the funds will go towards organizing events in the remote northern communities.

Can I bring my friend who is not Catholic?

Absolutely! Everyone is welcome.
Are you going to offer this dance again next year?

We don’t know yet. This is our first time offering this to the community. If the interest is there, we may consider making this a yearly event.


Message from our Chaplain,

Deacon Clarence Fisher.


A few weeks ago we celebrated the joy, grace, and light of Easter. After the long journey through Lent, Easter is a season of rejoicing. Christ calls us to celebrate our new life, our faith, and our community. Christ broke down the walls between people of all ages and places, and after Pentecost, the Apostles grew the community of believers. Drawing together people from all parts of their world, they shared their lives with each other.

We are blessed to be a part of this same community. All of these years later, we are called to be a part of this same mission, and in this same Spirit to be a sign of witness, faith, and joy in the world. Events that bring together our community of faith give us the opportunity to support each other, to share our lives with each other, and give us the opportunity to be a sign for the world that we are a vibrant and thriving faith.

Our Church is a blessing to the world; let us be a blessing to each other as well. Faith calls us to open our hearts and our lives to each other, to celebrate our Easter renewal with joy, and to thrive in this life. Come together to live your faith fearlessly.






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