It's Manitoba time! The hustle and bustle of July and August is but a sweet, sweet memory. It's now time to put on the sweaters, pull up the boots and enjoy a crisp, sunny September in Manitoba. This weekend, if you aren’t already lighting up Broadway, hunting for treasures around Eastern Manitoba, or maybe planning that dream trip to see polar bears, here are some more fun things to do:

Roxette and Glass Tiger

September 7 | MTS Centre, Winnipeg Time to wear your big hair and rock it like you just don’t care. It’s back to the 80s tonight at the MTS Centre with Roxette and Glass Tiger. Find tickets here.

Dragon Boat Festival

September 7 to 9 | Lake Shirley Release the dragons! Drive out to Lake Shirley to watch dragon boat racers paddle their way to glory, and all for a good cause. The festival also features musical groups, dance groups, a magician and much more.

Leo Mol Garden

Assiniboine Park What better way to enjoy a sunny September day than taking a stroll through the quiet retreat of the Leo Mol Garden? Always open and always free, this garden is full of fishponds, secret paths and the magnificent works of master sculptor, Dr. Leo Mol.

Farmers' markets

Locations across Manitoba It's harvest time! And that means there's lots of goodies to get at your local farmers' market. Not only will you be eating good, you will be supporting your local Manitoba food producers. It's a win-win. Find a farmers' market in your area here.

Stone Temple Pilots

September 9 | Burton Cummings Theatre, Winnipeg If Roxette’s synth-pop isn’t your thing, and you are looking for an “alternative” rock experience, the Stone Temple Pilots might right up your alley. Find tickets here.

Celebrations Dinner Theatre

August 10 to October 6 | Winnipeg In the mood for dinner and a show? Book your tickets for a night of good music, good food, and good laughs at NCIS: Canadian Affair - a light-hearted tribute to one of television's most popular shows.

Have a great weekend, everyone!