It's Manitoba Time! Weekend planner for July 26 to 28, 2013. Get your Fringe on in downtown Winnipeg, rustle up the Old West at Threshermen’s Reunion, catch cinema by the shore in Gimli, Go Fish at Shaw Park, or enjoy country charm at the Sunflower Festival -- that's just a small taste of the fun you can have in Manitoba this weekend!

Fringe Festival

Jul 17 to 28The Exchange District, Winnipeg Catch original, accessible and cheeky performances at North America’s second-largest Fringe Theatre Festival! This year, more than 160 companies from around the world will present comedy, drama, dance, improv, musicals and more while Old Market Square will come alive with non-stop entertainment on the outdoor stage.

Threshermen’s Reunion and Stampede

Jul 25 to 28 | Manitoba Agricultural Museum, Austin Take a trip back in time at the 59th annual Threshermen’s Reunion and Stampede at the Manitoba Agricultural Museum! In addition to the rodeo, the Reunion boasts a roster of family-friendly activities, including afternoon grandstand shows, a petting zoo, and more food booths than you can shake a stick at.

Gimli Film Festival

Jul 24 to 28 | Gimli, Manitoba Catch great cinema on the beach at the 13th annual Gimli Film Festival! This year's line-up presents a rich and diverse mix of documentaries, dramas and beach films. Plus, the FREE “cinema under the stars” beach screenings are a marquee event that shouldn't be missed.

Winnipeg Goldeyes

Jul 26 to 29 | Shaw Park Spend an evening or afternoon at a Goldeyes game! This weekend, the Fish host the Les Aigles de Trois-Rivières  from Friday to Monday.  Stroll around the ballpark, eat some goodies, laugh with the crowd, and enjoy the overall atmosphere. Good times.

Sunflower Festival

Jul 26 to 28 | Altona, Manitoba Amble your way to Altona to enjoy the 49th annual Sunflower Festival! “The Sunflower Capital of Canada” has a big blooming bunch of activities for everyone, including a giant parade, pancake breakfast, quilt show, petting zoo, farmer’s market, queen pageant, and street dance.

Brandon Folk, Music & Art Festival

Jul 26 to 28 | Keystone Centre grounds, Brandon Take in an exciting weekend of music and arts at the Brandon Folk, Music & Art Festival! This year's musical talents include Sebastian Owl, Katie MacDonald, Martha Wainwright, Young Pixels, Hawksley Workman and JP Hoe.

Boardwalk Days

Jul 26 to 28 | Winnipeg Beach Enjoy sun, fun and music at Boardwalk Days in downtown Winnipeg Beach! This summer festival features a Wonder Shows midway, outdoor market, parade, pancake breakfast and fireworks.

Manitoba Museum

Open daily | Manitoba Museum, Winnipeg When the summer heat becomes too much, cool off with a day exploring and learning at the Manitoba Museum! The museum features three fantastic galleries to discover: The MuseumPlanetarium, and Science Gallery Check out BCRobyn's post about the Museum.

Get Caught Fishing!

Jul 27 to 28 | Surprise location Grab the tackle box and pick up some fresh bait because it’s time to Get Caught Fishing in Manitoba! Every weekend, our fishing ambassadors will be roving around GimliSelkirkLockport or The Forks looking to catch you having fun reeling in a big fish.

100 Masters: Only in Canada at the WAG

May 11  to Aug 18 | Winnipeg Art Gallery Works by some of the world’s greatest artists will be gathered under one roof for the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s 100 Masters: Only in Canada! This blockbuster exhibition of “One hundred masterpieces to commemorate the WAG’s one hundred years” includes paintings by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso, and Warhol.

The art scene in July

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.

Farmers' markets

Various locations around the province Nothing says summer like fresh food grown by local farmers at markets across the province. This is the perfect time for you to shop for locally-produced foods and discover the real great taste of Manitoba.

Have a great weekend everyone!