April 6 - Club Auction
April 20 - Presentation: A Tale of Two Hobbies - Stamp
Collecting & Metal Detecting Similarities
May 6-7, Saturday & Sunday - Spring Stamp & Coin
Show - Sunova Centre - Free Admission
Winnipeg Philatelic Society
The Winnipeg Philatelic Society (WPS), founded
in 1900, is the oldest stamp club in Western Canada.
The purpose of the society is to provide facilities
for the encouragement and aid of stamp collecting
as a hobby.
The WPS meets every first and third Thursday of the month
at the Scandinavian Cultural Centre, 764 Erin Street in
Winnipeg from September until June.
Doors open at 6:30pm, and meetings officially start at
7:30pm. The first meeting of the month is always a club
auction, the second meeting of the month is a
Regular WPS Membership $35 / Year
Senior Membership $25 / Year
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Parking is available on the street or in the
Maple Leaf Construction Parking Lot just
before the Scandinavian Cultural Centre.
Wearing of face masks is Mandatory.
Proof of Vaccination not required.
No coffee or snacks will be served.
Air purifiers will be up and running.
We will follow any new health guidelines as
Saturday May 6, 10am to 6pm
Sunday May 7, 10am to 4pm
Access Centre (Sunova Centre),
West St. Paul
Did you inherit
your uncle's stamp collection
and don't know what to do?
Many families come across this situation where
a dear family member has passed on and left their
collection with no instructions on disposal.
This can be a confusing situation to a
non-collector. The usual questions are:
• What am I going to do with these albums?
• How & where should I store the collection?
• What are they worth?
• How can I dispose of the collection?
The WPS NO LONGER DOES APPRAISALS
If you fall in this category and would like some
ideas on how to handle and dispose of the
material, see below.
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the Sunova Centre, West St. Paul.