We’re launching winter with a block-long celebration built entirely by volunteers like you. Join us!
Like to be an ambassador and welcome people? Like to direct traffic? Unite lost kids with their moms or mittens? Got a truck to move stuff to and from the street? Take photos? We’d love to have you join Holiday Alley. We’re all volunteers, so you’ll be in good company. Join us by filling out an application form General Volunteers Photographer Volunteers
Can you lead a group in a street dance in your winter boots? Got a drum, a bagpipe, a voice? Bring your sound to the street. Holiday Alley has a space for you to set up your stool and guitar, lead your choir, or teach us to tap, jig, twirl…
2018 Application Form Coming Soon! Have questions in the meantime, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
INSPIRE AT THE ARTIST, CRAFTERS AND MAKERS MARKET
Manitoba’s amazing crafters and artisans fill our hearts and homes with inspiration. Holiday Alley welcomes you to share your talent, grow your business, and inspire. Our new and carefully juried local market could be the beginning of something great.
2018 Call Letter and Application Form available here. Just need an application form download it here. Take advantage of our Early Bird registration until May 30th! Have questions feel free to email us at email@example.com.
HEAT UP THE STREET CHILI COOK OFF
Some like it hot, some like it beefy, some like it vegetarian. How about curry? Your best chili recipe could make you the Chili Cook Off Champ. It’s all for a good cause – proceeds shared with Homes for All, a fund at the Selkirk and District Community Foundation. Chili Cook Off Application Form
MAKE ALLEY ART
The name Holiday Alley was inspired by the alleys and passageways that lead from our side streets to the main drag. Imagine those alleys—some just 10 feet wide—filled with light, art, sound and creativity. Join our Alley Way Funk team and turn an alley into your canvas or stage. firstname.lastname@example.org
We Got Bannock
Warm batches of baked bannock slathered in butter and jam—Enjoy this tasty treat made by the women at the Selkirk Friendship Centre.
Elder Ruth Christie shares her stories of growing up in the traditional homeland of Chief Peguis and her ancestors.
Fire Heart Women
The Fire Heart Traditional Woman’s Hand Drum will move you with stories and songs that make your heart beat.