It's Manitoba Time! Weekend planner for October 26 to 28 It's the weekend before Halloween, which means many of you will be getting ready for costume parties or wanting to be spooked by watching horror movies or checking out a freaky activity. But if your horror card is not full or you want to find some non-ghoulish fun, here's our list of things to do:

Measha at WSO

Oct 26 to 27 | Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Centennial Concert Hall  Listen to Measha Brueggergosman, one of Canada's most magnificent performers and vibrant personalities, perform William Bolcom’s edgy Cabaret Songs, specially orchestrated for her. Ravel’s Scheherazade and Bernstein and Gershwin will round out the program. Find your tickets through WSO. After the show, maybe stroll over to McDermot Ave to enjoy a glass of wine at Sensi Wine Lounge.

Art Expo

Oct 26 to 28 | Assiniboia Downs Do your walls lack personality? Do they need a little eye-candy? The Manitoba Art Expo will help you fix that! This exciting art show and sale features the largest collection of original artwork in Manitoba, all under one roof. This year's event has 48 talented Manitoban artists ready and willing to help you find that one "got to have it" piece.

Haunted Hangar

Oct 26 |  Western Canada Aviation Museum, Winnipeg The hangar is a perfect setting for a haunted evening of airplane ghost stories, spooky music and trick or treating, and a graveyard too. Check out our HUGE list of all the howling Halloween fun you can have this month.

Halloween Howl

Oct 27 | Children’s Museum, Winnipeg Go trick-or-treating through the museum’s ghastly galleries, take part in creepy craft demonstrations and learn how to make your own slippery slime at the Halloween Howl. Highlights include a live reptile display, spooky science experiments, a monster-assisted musical jam and even a visit from some real life owls. Check out our HUGE list of all the howling Halloween fun you can have this month.

Sport Hall of Fame grand opening

Oct 27 | Manitoba Sport Hall of Fame, Sport for Life Centre, Winnipeg The much-anticipated Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame opens Saturday! You'll see artifacts and memories of Manitoba's rich sport history, like the AVCO Cup and Clara Hughes' bike from the '96 Olympics. Plus, you can meet many of Manitoba's sport heroes, from past and today who will be on hand to sign autographs. Admission is FREE for the grand opening.

Haunted Forest

Thu to Sun until Oct 28 | A Maze in Corn, St. Adolphe Getting lost in a corn maze is already a can’t fail fall tradition, but A Maze in Corn kicks things up a notch with their Haunted Forest. Those brave enough to venture into the woods at night will want to leave a trail of breadcrumbs — we’re told the forest comes alive with macabre monsters that can’t wait to feast on your screams. Check out our HUGE list of all the howling Halloween fun you can have this month.

A Few Good Men

Oct 18 to Nov 10 | Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg See the riveting courtroom drama A Few Good Men at the Manitoba Theatre Centre! This thrilling Broadway hit is from the mind of Aaron Sorkin tells the story of a young American lawyer who defends two Marines accused of murder in a hazing incident gone wrong in Guantanamo Bay. Have a BOOOtiful weekend, everyone!