On Monday, September 26th from 5:00 to 10:00 pm., Across The Board Game Café and MEDIA INDIGENA invite you to come together to play board games with members of the First Nations Community at ‘Play for Peace: Treaty Tabletop.’

The spirit of the evening will be to build positive community relations by interacting, socializing, and learning from each other while sharing some laughs and building friendships.

We invite all Winnipegers to join us anytime between 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. when Ian Ross (Joe from Winnipeg), Michael Champagne (from Meet Me at the Bell Tower), Althea Guiboche (from ‘Got Bannock’), and other members of the First Nations community will be at Across the Board to eat, visit, and play board games with the greater Winnipeg population.

Across the Board will be waiving their gaming fees for the event and instead will be accepting donations for Althea Guiboche’s ‘Got Bannock’ program which helps feed the hungry, the homeless, and the less fortunate on the streets of Winnipeg. Anyone making a minimum $20 donation will also receive a charitable tax receipt.

‘Play for Peace: Treaty Tabletop’ is an Across the Board Game Café initiative to promote community building, understanding, peace and tolerance in Winnipeg. We would like to thank everyone who is ‘on board’ with us and helped to make this event happen including Rick Harp, Marcel Balfour, Ian Ross, Althea Guiboche and Michael Champagne.