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  1. A MESSAGE TO OUR CUSTOMERS

    At its core, our business is based on the simple act of people getting together and celebrating life's milestones. From a health perspective and as members of this community, we appreciate that everyone in Manitoba has taken the guidance of social distancing very seriously.

    We also take our responsibility towards our amazing customers and outstanding employees very seriously. With that in mind, we have made the decision to temporarily close our three Winnipeg locations; Milt Stegall Drive, Kenaston Boulevard and Regent Avenue at the end of business today (March 18), 7pm.

    We will reopen once it is deemed appropriate and we will update you on our various digital platforms. During our store closures you can reach out to us online at any time with your party planning questions and we’ll happily be of assistance, on our website www.partystuff.ca, via email at info@partystuff.ca or on our

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  2. PARTY AT HOME - SOCIAL DISTANCING CAN BE FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
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    Mar

    PARTY AT HOME - SOCIAL DISTANCING CAN BE FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

    St. Patrick's Day passed recently and for the first time in as far back as we can remember, pubs weren't packed with green beer drinking partiers. Offices weren't decorated green. Those green blazers have to wait another year in the closet.

    While the big parties are on hold as we stay home and do our part to distance ourselves socially (stopping the spread of COVID-19) that doesn't mean that we can't get the party started at home.

    A party, at its core, is simply a group of people having fun. So, to fight cabin fever and make self-isolation a bit more fun, here are 10 small parties you can have at home with the family.


    1. Book Party: We all have books lying around that we bought but never read. Now’s the time. There's no better way to escape reality than to dive headfirst into a good book! To make it a party, everyone reads a chapter of their book and re-enacts it. Pick short books so you can swap them after then you'll re-enact t
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