Header photo: Acorn Cafe Happy first day of fall! It's all happening now - from delighting in the feeling of crunchy leaves underfoot to savouring the smell of freshly baked pumpkin pie wafting in the air. And we all know that autumn is a time for harvest, bounty and long dinners spent with friends and family. Here's where YOU should eat this fall in Manitoba...
Manitoba may have two national parks, but only one of them is accessible all year round. With the fall colours beginning to make an appearance, transforming the landscape from lush greens to golden yellows, deep reds and rich, toasty orange hues, now is as good a time as any to find yourself in
With the fall season already afoot, the indoor cultural hotspots are getting geared up for a brand new season to get you through the chilly months. Old haunts like the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra is livening things up with pop music, while Burton Cummings Theatre is bringing in the ballet. Here’s
Header Photo by: Stacie It's the most wonderful time of the year (depending on who you ask, of course), as the temperature drops a little, the sweaters come out and the air turns crisp. It's fall of course, and you? You really, really love fall. You loved it before pumpkin spice everything was even
Fall + harvest = the perfect time to head to the farm. Manitoba's agrarian roots are something special. Our connection to the land makes us unique as a people, and spending time among an idyllic prairie farm setting is good for the soul. Here are some ways to plan a family day trip or weekend
It’s always sad to see summer go away. It seems as if it’s here for such a short time, so much so it almost feels as if there’s never enough time to fully embrace it. That said, fall is such a beautiful season and you know it’s just round the corner when the fall suppers start showing up. Take a
Header image: A Maze in Corn by Tanya Not all those who wander are lost - except if you're in a corn maze, of course. When it comes to quintessential fall experiences, finding your way through a corn maze is right up there with sipping pumpkin spice lattes and feeling colourful leaves crunch beneath your boots. Here are 5 corn mazes that you must check out in Manitoba.
The long weekend has come to a close and we certainly hope that you’ve had a fantastic one. Even though the temperatures are feeling a little cooler, the events scene in Manitoba is heating up and showing no signs of slowing down! Stick around to discover what’s hot in Manitoba. Plan your next
Header photo: Scattered Seeds market With craft season right around the corner in Manitoba, we'd like to extend a little challenge. There are over 50 craft shows happening throughout the province, which means it's easier than ever to buy LOCAL for the holiday season. And what's more - we've organized them all into a handy guide to 2018 craft sales in Manitoba. Did we miss your sale? Leave us a comment and we'll add it to the list!
Less than half an hour north of The Pas is Rocky Lake – one of those quintessentially northern Manitoba lakes, ringed by towering trees and rough rocks. Little did I know that my visit here was about to get even more quintessentially northern Manitoba (is that even possible?!?) thanks to a backcountry fishing expedition with Rocky Lake Resort .