Header photo by: @ilonasavy Love uncovering the small town gems of Manitoba? So do we! Wherever your next adventure takes you, plan to stop into one of these 5 adorable towns, communities and villages for a stroll, a bite to eat and a photo-op along the way. Russell There's more to this small town
Picnic. There are few words that can pack summer, fun, food and sunshine into two syllables like the word picnic. Once the warm weather hits, there is almost nothing more pleasurable than packing up a cooler or basket, putting down a blanket or pulling up to a picnic table and dining al fresco.
This week will be a bit of a short one, thanks to the long weekend, which, hopefully, we all took some time to enjoy. Usually a short week means there’s a bit more to get done in a shorter space of time, but hustle and bustle we must, and taking a moment to stop and enjoy a few awesome happenings
"You can't." "Please don't". "I said no". These are too common of phrases that I mutter as a mom. I work hard to set boundaries for my kids, but then a recent visit to the Manitoba's Children Museum eschewed all my rules. Gasp! It allowed my kids just to be kids. Here are five fun ways the Manitoba
Walking is one of those things most city dwellers just do and Winnipeg is one of those places where walking is such a forgone conclusion that we often do it without giving it a second thought. But Winnipeg has a few intriguing surprises up its sleeve and a walking tour is the perfect way make a few discoveries, while seeing the city in a whole new light. Here is a sampling of Winnipeg’s walking tours.
While today may only be Monday, come Friday, you can count yourself extra lucky because it’s going to be an extra-long weekend. And in the build up to May long, there are always exciting things happening. For one, people will be gearing up to plant their gardens. Indigenous cultures will bring the
It's almost mother's day and of course, that makes us all think of the things our moms do for us (and have to put up with). But there's a wide world of moms out there who are doing this thing without the help of iPads and meal delivery. And that's the moms of the wild--they do have that local
For the first time since 1992, Winnipeg has a professional soccer team - and if May 4th’s inaugural home game was any indication, Manitobans are all in. With 9,966 fans flooding in to Investors Group Field for Valour FC’s first home game as part of the Canadian Premier League, it was clear from the
Le pavillon canadien-français du festival Folklorama Plongez dans la culture canadienne française le temps d’une soirée en visitant le pavillon canadien-français du festival Folklorama! Chaque année, début août, au Centre culturel franco-manitobain, en plein cœur du quartier de Saint-Boniface,