With Halloween just around the corner and the fall arts season in full swing, there is a big lineup of activities that can keep you busy this weekend! If you aren’t already shouting "BOO!" at the Zoo
, being enchanted at the ballet
, handling the truth at MTC
, or playing with the wild things
here are some more fun things to do:
Wheat City Stampede
Oct 18 to 21 | Keystone Centre, Brandon
Hitch yer wagons and head out to Brandon for the Wheat City Stampede
! This fun event includes, Manitoba Finals Rodeo, Ranch Horse Sale, Todd Stiles Memorial Race, North Country Draft Breeders show and sale, Fall Classic Team Penning and much more.
Scattered Seeds craft show
Oct 19 to 21 | Red River Exhibition Place
Looking for unique, handmade Christmas gifts? Look no further than Scattered Seeds
where you will find row upon row of festively decorated booths each one brimming with unique, one of a kind creations.
Prairie Classic curling bonspiel
Oct 19 to 22 | Portage Curling Club, Portage la Prairie
HURRY HARD out to Portage la Prairie for the Canad Inn Prairie Classic
to watch 32 world-class curling teams compete in the triple knockout event for the $58,000 purse. The tournament includes teams from Canada, USA, China, Sweden and Scotland.
Friends Fright Night
Oct 20 | Wasagaming, Riding Mountain National Park
Wasagaming is turning into an Area 51 "alien invasion zone" and they want you to "abduct" your kids and drop by to enjoy the sights and sounds of this creepy tradition. Learn more about Friends Fright Night
. Also, see our HUGE list of all the howling Halloween fun
you can have this month.
Migration Magic Farewell Concert
Oct 21 | Oak Hammock Marsh
Listen to the sweet sounds of the Cambrian String Quartet while you say farewell to our favourite feathered friends for the season. Find your tickets through Oak Hammock Marsh
Oct to Nov | Locations across Manitoba
Dozens of communities around our wonderful province are offering down-home cooking, local ingredients and regional delicacies at their fall suppers. These grass-roots get-togethers offer garden-fresh produce and main courses often prepared from locally raised poultry, beef, and pork. Home-baked pies and cakes draw crowds year after year. Here's a handy map to find a supper near you
Have a wonderful weekend!