Available Sundays Only
From 11am - 4pm
CLASSIC EGGS BENEDICT
Two local poached eggs with back bacon covered in homemade hollandaise atop a fresh biscuit. Served with prairie fries and fresh fruit.
Full $16 | Half $12
FLORENTINE EGGS BENEDICT
Two local poached eggs with spinach and tomato covered in homemade hollandaise atop a fresh biscuit. Served with prairie fries and fresh fruit.
Full $16 | Half $12
Events & Live Music
- 2023 -
TICKETS for events may be purchased
• online in advance,
• or at the door.
Thank you for supporting our local and traveling musicians :)
Once you've purchased your tickets,
please make a reservation! Phone (204)726-8785
March 24 • 6 - 7:30 pm • Free
Original Celtic Folk
Welcome to the world of Bruce Dunlop. He offers an energetic evening of good-humoured Original, Folk and rollicking good time Celtic/Newfoundland music. His music runs the gamut from serious to silly, happy to sad and all points in between.
Along with his solo work, he spent 20 years in Winnipeg Celtic band Ard-Ri and with them has played at events in Manitoba, Quebec City, Northwestern Ontario, Rankin Inlet and throughout the northern Midwest American states. He performed solo for many years at the annual Music in the Parks and at the Brandon Folk and Arts Festival in 2015 & 2019 and is currently in two other local bands.
OPEN MIC NIGHT
March 24 • 8 - 11 pm • $5
Musicians/ Comedians/ Spoken word
This is an Open Mic for all local artist and entertainers to show off their talent! We want everyone from musicians to comedians, spoken word artists to ventriloquists! Got a magic act you’ve been practicing?! We want to see it!
Come out and support local talent and show off some of your own! Want to book a spot or know someone that should?! Contact Dallas @ (204)761-1835
March 31 • 6 - 7:30 pm • Free
Anastasia Jane is a singer-songwriter from Brandon Manitoba and a proud transgender woman. She often writes about her personal experiences of pain, joy, confusion, and clarity. She has played in the local Winnipeg and Brandon scene for a number of years and released numerous indie CDs that still hold their own as handy dandy coasters. She released her first solo album, Confessions From a Closet in early 2022 that speaks to her transition and coming out journey
TRANS* DAY OF VISIBILITY CELEBRATION
March 31 • 9 - 11 pm • $10
The International Transgender Day of Visibility (often referred to as TDOV or Trans Day of Visibility) is an annual event occurring on March 31 dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide, as well as a celebration of their contributions to society.
The 2023 Transgender Day of Visibility Celebration is will take place at Lady of the Lake. The event is in partnership with Brandon Pride, SERC, and Smitten. Proceeds will go toward the Westman Empowerment Fund for Transgender, Non-Binary, 2-Spirit, and Otherwise Gender-Diverse Individuals.
The evening will kick off unofficially at 6pm with a performance by Anastasia Jane(she/her), an out-and-proud transgender woman, who will provide acoustic guitar and singing over the supper hour, with an offering going toward the Westman Empowerment Fund for Transgender, Non-Binary, 2-Spirit, and Otherwise Gender Diverse Individuals.
The official celebration starts at 9pm and will showcase performances by individuals in the transgender and gender diverse community. Hosted by Flora Hex (@florahex), the showcase will begin with singer-guitarist hansel (they/them), followed by a spoken word performance by Brandon-based poet, Wendy Friesen (she/her). The night continues with music from singer and performance artist, Sage (they/them) who will also regale us with their ukulele stylings. Finally, the night will conclude with a set from Brandon-duo, Amiee’s Wagon, featuring Mitchell Makoons and Caitlin Baker.
Throughout the night, biographies and creative works by Westman-area folx in the transgender and gender-diverse community will be prominently featured in the venue.
Tables can be reserved in advance by calling 204-726-8785
EASTER SUNDAY HIGH TEA
Sunday, April 9th • 10 am - 4 pm • By Reservation Only (204)726-8785
Includes 3 tiers of scrumptious delicacies:
Assorted sweets may include: tarts, cream puffs, macarons, dainties, chocolates
Buttermilk biscuits with jam and homemade lemon curd
Cucumber, dill and cream cheese sandwiches
Egg salad on a buttermilk biscuit
Tea / coffee / wine
Tea for Two $50 (or $25 each) *High tea may be booked for any number
Children under ten $12.50 each
Gluten free add $4 each
Don your Easter attire... spring hats, gloves, garden party dress... anything you may fancy!
SPRING FASHION SHOW, Dinner & Shopping
Thursday, April 13 • 6 pm • $35 Includes Dinner
Proceeds to Women's Resource Centre
Join us for a refreshing mood boost and feel the confidence to step into spring with style. A showcase of Lady of the Lake's newest styles. Brimming with fresh florals, pretty prints, sheer overlays, pops of uplifting blues and pinks, the collection rises to the occasion. With brands such as Joseph Ribkoff featuring iconic, timeless women's fashion designed and manufactured in Canada.
Doors Open at 6pm
Cocktails & Dinner 6:30
Fashion Show starts at 7pm
Shopping until 9pm
Dinner consists of a choice of one of our signature bowls with a fresh biscuit or chips & homemade salsa (GF).
FALAFEL SALAD BOWL - homemade falafel, red onion, tomato and pickled cabbage with tzatziki and mango chutney on a bed of spinach.
THAI CHICKEN RICE BOWL - herbed chicken breast, spinach, carrots and pineapple with a sweet chili and Thai peanut sauce on a bed of white and wild rice.
PESTO CHICKEN RICE BOWL - herbed chicken breast, spinach, tomato and red onion with homemade ranch and pesto mayo on a bed of white and wild rice.
Dessert: Crème Brûlée (GF)
Gather the gals and reserve your table now. Tickets $35 each includes dinner and dessert with proceeds going to WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTRE.
DORATO STRING QUARTET
April 14th • 6 - 7:30 pm • Free
Dorato String Quartet is a group born in Brandon, by former and soon to be Brandon University graduates. With experience from Mexico and Manitoba brought by its musicians, can seamlessly blend the rich traditions of Latin-American folk songs with the elegance and sophistication of classical music caught in their long professional careers. Made up of four exceptionally talented musicians who bring their passion on stage to explore and share the possibilities of combining diverse musical styles, with their unique perspective and expertise on styles that will go from baroque, classical and romantic music all the way into tango, mariachi and rock.
MICHELLE BOUDREAU & THE WHEAT CITY JUG BAND
April 21st • 6 - 7:30 pm • Free
Michelle Boudreau & The 'Wheat City Jug Band' featuring Darrell Corbel on Guitar, Quentin Robinson on Mandolin & Aria Rempel on the Upright Bass.
This roots & blues group will get yer toes a tappin! You'll hear a melodic twist, a unique blend of original music as well as a little Johnny Cash, Memphis Minnie, Jug Band Blues & the Washboard too! Michelle, Darrell & Quentin have come together to share their years of playing many stages to create a fun and harmonic trio.
ALONG FOR THE RIDE
April 21st • 9 - 11 pm • $5
We're a 5-piece band out of Brandon, Manitoba (with roots in the southwest) who want you to kick back and enjoy the ride through a range of music that will trigger memories.
We play some Classic Rock, Country, a little bit of everything around the edges. Collectively, we’ve spent over 40 years playing for socials, bars, fundraisers in all sorts of venues and for all types of audiences. We love to play and have fun, and want to bring people out for a great time. Our mix consists of top-shelf classics that will connect you with somewhere meaningful to you.
You’ll know them all. Tap your foot, sing along, dance away or simply chill out and ride along.
FLAMENCO ON THE PRAIRIES
April 28th • 9 - 11 pm • $10
Flamenco on the Prairies is a troupe created by singer/dancer Christine Penner. During COVID (2022), jazz guitarist and arranger, Emmanuel Bach arrived with his young family to Brandon to pursue his music degree. They have gathered musicians Caitlyn Baker on violin and , Brazilian guitarist Diogo Peixoto, Esteban Seunarine on percussion.
The evening involves Flamenco Music and Brazilian Jazz. A great combination to kick up some dancing of your own!