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Young and old relish menu of yarns in the Vinyl Cafe

Yanick Rosset, Elyse Saurette, Jule Dube-Smith and Yves Rosset.

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Yanick Rosset, Elyse Saurette, Jule Dube-Smith and Yves Rosset.

Stuart McLean is one of Canada’s most beloved storytellers and bestselling authors. His hit CBC radio show, "The Vinyl Cafe", premiered in 1994, and each week more than million listeners tune in to hear stories about Dave, owner of the second-hand record store where the motto is: "We may not be big, but we’re small." On May 4, McLean brought his show to the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, which was filled with young and old to see and hear this Canadian sensation. In addition to hosting "The Vinyl Cafe," McLean is also an accomplished author and award-winning journalist. Since 1998, he has taken "The Vinyl Cafe" show on the road across Canada. In addition to his humorous storytelling, his live performances showcase the wonderful talents of Canadian musicians.

Carson and Cheryl McDonald.

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Carson and Cheryl McDonald. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

 Jeff and Shawna Paulsen.

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Jeff and Shawna Paulsen. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Hylin Lee and Glen McKinnon.

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Hylin Lee and Glen McKinnon. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition May 24, 2014

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Stuart McLean is one of Canada’s most beloved storytellers and bestselling authors. His hit CBC radio show, "The Vinyl Cafe", premiered in 1994, and each week more than million listeners tune in to hear stories about Dave, owner of the second-hand record store where the motto is: "We may not be big, but we’re small." On May 4, McLean brought his show to the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, which was filled with young and old to see and hear this Canadian sensation. In addition to hosting "The Vinyl Cafe," McLean is also an accomplished author and award-winning journalist. Since 1998, he has taken "The Vinyl Cafe" show on the road across Canada. In addition to his humorous storytelling, his live performances showcase the wonderful talents of Canadian musicians.

To check out upcoming events at the WMCA, visit them online at: wmca.ca

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Stuart McLean is one of Canada’s most beloved storytellers and bestselling authors. His hit CBC radio show, "The Vinyl Cafe", premiered in 1994, and each week more than million listeners tune in to hear stories about Dave, owner of the second-hand record store where the motto is: "We may not be big, but we’re small." On May 4, McLean brought his show to the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, which was filled with young and old to see and hear this Canadian sensation. In addition to hosting "The Vinyl Cafe," McLean is also an accomplished author and award-winning journalist. Since 1998, he has taken "The Vinyl Cafe" show on the road across Canada. In addition to his humorous storytelling, his live performances showcase the wonderful talents of Canadian musicians.

To check out upcoming events at the WMCA, visit them online at: wmca.ca

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