Sep 14 to Oct 7 | Dalnavert House, Winnipeg Experience the wacky imagination of Charles Dickens in historic Dalnavert House! This interactive guided tour takes participants through a full house of Victorian-style memories straight out of the fictions of Charles Dickens and the life of Manitoba’s former Premier,Sir Hugh John Macdonald.
Sep 15 | University Stadium, University of Manitoba Cheer on the Bison as they battle the Calgary Dinos in their homecoming game. Families, children and Bison fans are welcome to enjoy the pre-game activities and games before kick-off (facepainting, mascots, food, music and more). Pre-game party: 11:30 a.m. Kick off: 1 p.m. Tickets $10 at the door.
Sep 15 to 16 | Oak Hammock Marsh Be dazzled by the beauty of minerals and fossils from all over the world. Take in displays, a silent auction, films, gold panning and a digging table. Bring your rocks or fossils for trade and identification. Enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride on Sunday from 1:30 to 5 p.m.
Sep 15 to 16 | The Forks, Winnipeg Mamma Mia! Pasta fans are not going to want to miss out on this. The Forks Centre Court will have Italian cooking demonstrations, taste testings, pyramids of pasta, Italian music and daily draws for delectible Italian gift baskets. Yum.
Open daily from 1 to 5 p.m. | Morden Go digging in the dirt at one of Manitoba's best attractions! The discovery centre is home to the largest collection of marine reptile fossils in Canada. And if you like dinosaurs or sea monsters you will love "Bruce" a 43 foot Mosasaur, the fiercest of all the marine reptiles. Double your fun by booking one of their fossil digs? Toba recently got his paws dirty there and had an excellent time.Whew! See, there's no slowing down in September. We'd also love to hear some of your favorite things to do in Manitoba.