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Friday, August 9th, come out and support D'Arcy's A.R.C. (Animal Rescue Centre) and take in some of the city's finest animal lovin' ROCK. If you have sympathy for the fur friends out there without shelter, come out and support this righteous organization in their ceaseless, tireless work to provide a compassionate alternative for those not yet in their forever homes.

Total support provided by these class acts:

We play faster than we know how to and louder than we probably should. We write fun songs about dumb stuff but sometimes we'll sneak in something pretty or a song with a point. Dimly lit bars with warm beer is where we're at home. We like Cheap Trick!

Stalwarts of the rock apocalypse! Unsung, unknown, unstoppable, deep, wide and mysterious.

Punk rock duo who prefers fries before guys. Influences include mood swings, pent up nice girl rage, and being beyond done with sh1tty huMANs.

Doors at 7:15, ROCK at 8 O'clock, 11 PM we are done, so there is plenty of time for more than one event in the evening. Tickets will be available at the door. This is an ALL AGES, family friendly event.

$10-15 suggested donation. All proceeds go directly to D'arcy's A.R.C.


"D'Arcy's Animal Rescue Centre was founded by D'Arcy Johnston, a former Animal Health Technician. The A.R.C. officially opened its doors in November of 2001. Prior to that, D'Arcy operated a cat rescue out of his north end home. The A.R.C. has always operated as a not-for-profit organization. In November of 2004, the A.R.C. received its official charitable status. The operations of D'Arcy's A.R.C. are focused on providing shelter, veterinary care, and adoption services for stray and abandoned cats and dogs in Winnipeg and the surrounding areas. Since 2001, over 15,000 animals have found permanent homes through the ARC. At any given time, there are over 100 animals awaiting adoption through our St. James location and foster homes.

At the A.R.C., we consider the stray, abandoned and abused animals that come through our doors to be our main clients. We provide them with:

*An initial veterinary checkup
*Follow up veterinary care and / or medication where necessary
*Comfortable and safe temporary living quarters
*Opportunity for socialization
*Patient care and assistance with emotional issues
*Exercise, high quality food, fresh water, soft beds
*We work hard to find our animals appropriate permanent homes where they will be treated well and treasured for life

For more info on the animal rescue center, please visit these links or come down and talk to the volunteers at their info table on August 9th: