It's Manitoba Time! Weekend planner for April 19 to 21. Celebrate our planet for Earth Day, check out championship hockey in St. Malo, search for eggs in the Whiteshell, see a silent movie at the symphony, or wax nostalgic in Winkler -- those are just a few of the fun things you can do in Manitoba this weekend.

Keystone Cup

Apr 17 to 21 | St. Malo Arena, St. Malo Cheer on the Warriors as they compete to win the 2013 Keystone Cup in St. Malo! The Keystone Cup is the Junior “B” ice hockey championship and trophy for Western Canada.

Other People's Money at MTC

Apr 18 to May 11 MTC Mainstage, Winnipeg Sit back and enjoy a raunchy look into the hearts of people passionate about their work in Other People’s Money at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (MTC). In today’s economic climate, this satire about the excess of the ‘80s remains startlingly relevant.

Aida at Manitoba Opera

Apr 19Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg The grandest of grand operas, Aida returns to Manitoba Opera for the first time in over a decade! Impassioned arias, surging choruses, and exhilarating orchestral music shows us Verdi at the peak of his powers – masterfully balancing pomp and pageantry with a deeply moving personal tragedy.

The Art of Quilting Show

Apr 19 to 20 | Riverview Curling Club, Brandon Thread your way to Brandon to enjoy The Art of Quilting Show, which features quilt displays, quilting projects, prizes, merchandise and more.

Spring Babes GPS Adventure – Family Program

Apr 20Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary, Whiteshell Provincial Park Have you ever wondered what a baby duck looks like? Search around the goose sanctuary for some special, hidden eggs and find out who left them there and see if you can match parents with their babies. From 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Central Canada Lit Fest

Apr 20 to 21 | Place Louis Riel, Winnipeg Calling all bookworms, check out Central Canada Lit Fest this weekend. Meet special guests and attend workshops at Winnipeg's premiere young adult, urban fantasy, paranormal romance, science fiction, fantasy and horror literary festival.

Chaplin's The Gold Rush at WSO

Apr 20 | Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg Go back in time to enjoy Charlie Chaplin's 1925 silent masterpiece, The Gold Rush at the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra! Watch the digitally restored film while you listen to Chaplin's beautiful score performed by the WSO, led by resident conductor Richard Lee.

That 60's Show at P.W. Enns

Apr 20P.W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall, Winkler Enjoy a night of nostalgic music in That 60's Show! This fundraiser event features great music from local performers including Steve Keys and the Space Trannys, Jason Maas, Steve Dueck, Jenessa Freeheart and JP LePage with tributes to Neil Young, The Kinks, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, the Rolling Stones and more.

Earth Day Celebrations

Apr 21 | FortWhyte Alive Get FREE admission to enjoy Earth Day at FortWhyte Alive! The day is packed to the clean-air gills with activities for kids and adults. There will also be recycling depots, booths and displays. Winnipeg Transit is offering free transport to and from FortWhyte Alive. Apr 21 | Oak Hammock Marsh Celebrate Earth Day at Oak Hammock! Join interpreters for guided tours of the marsh to see just how important wetlands are for the health of the planet. Participate in a compost tour or a green building tour. Find out more about Earth Day activities happening around the province.

Gunmetal Blues at PTE

Apr 4 to 21 Prairie Theatre Exchange Solve a musical murder mystery at Gunmetal Blues at PTE. This show is a hard-boiled detective yarn disguised as a lounge act — or maybe it’s the other way around. Special deal:  Buy one ticket, get one half price.

The art scene in April

Various locations across Manitoba Spend an afternoon or evening enjoying some of Manitoba’s diverse arts offerings. Here's a handful of great exhibits you don’t want to miss this month. Have a great weekend!