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The Festival de Voyageur is an event that awakens the spirit within! My Scandanavian husband and I try to attend this event annually. This year we invited some friends of ours from Fargo, North Dakota to travel with us. We stayed at the historic Hotel Fort Garry, where the food service and accommodations are exemplary!
We then spent two days at the Festival de Voyageur in St. Boniface, in Winnipeg. We experienced a French music revival, with the “Back 40? bringing down the house at the overflowing packed Sugar Shack. We spent two fun-loving days packed with history lessons, amazing ice sculptures, French music, sleigh rides, adult treats at the snow bar (in solid ice glasses), dog sled races, maple sugar treats, French meat pies (with gravy – yum!), storytelling, dancing and live re-enactments of the French way of life from years gone by...
Hi we're Lindsay Duke and Jerry Grajewski - your Travel Manitoba couples ambassadors. I'm a Manitoban girl born and raised and work as editorial director for Studio Media Group, publishers of Winnipeg Women and Winnipeg Men Magazines. Jerry is a commercial photographer who moved to Winnipeg from Poland as a teenager. We love promoting Manitoba through our work, but we love discovering our province's unique offerings together even more.