Dauphin, Canada

 “Dream, Girl”, a documentary with stories about entrepreneurship, is playing tomorrow evening at the Countryfest Community Cinema.

The film focuses on female entrepreneurs, the challenges they face and how they support each other.

Breann Maxwell, Community Development Coordinator with Community Futures Parkland, feels that small businesses are the backbone of this area.

“Entrepreneurship is, I would say, the backbone of communities like the ones that we find in the Parkland. All of those little mom and pop shops that everybody loves are owned by independent business owners and those are the things that really contribute to our local economy, so they’re so important to support.”

The doors open at 6:30 and there’s free childcare available on site along with refreshments.

Tickets are $10 each and are available from Community Futures Parkland or Carissa at the Economic Development Office.