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10 things to do in Manitoba: October 11 to 17

Posted October 08, 2021 | Author Breanne Sewards

We continue to stay safe and physical distance in 2021. Here are ways you can explore Manitoba safely.

A visit to Manitoba means travelling through Treaty 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Territory and through communities who are signatories to Treaties 6 and 10. It encompasses the original lands of the Anishinaabeg, Anish-Ininiwak, Dakota, Dene, Ininiwak and Nehethowuk and the homeland of the Métis. To learn more about Manitoba's Treaty areas, click here.

Fall fun continues this week in Manitoba! Get involved with the local art scene during Culture Days, venture into the mystical fair at Boo in the Zoo or join into a fall supper in rural Manitoba. Here are 10 things to do this week in Manitoba...

1. Paint, dance and move at Culture Days

Communities across Manitoba
Until October 24


Calling all students! Culture Days has hands-on workshops designed to engage students in new mediums and challenge their creative spirit. K-12 online workshops are available in English and French, and include painting, Métis storytelling, hip hop dance moves, animation, theatre, and collage. Sign up today!

2. Enter the mystical fair at Boo at the Zoo

Assiniboine Park Zoo, Winnipeg
October 8 to 31

Boo at the Zoo is back! It's a spine-tingling adventure with ten spooktacular themed zones. Prepare to journey through a mystical fair complete with spooky characters, carnival rides, entertainment, activities and more! Boo at the Zoo is bigger and better than ever! Tickets are now available online.

3. Spark creative learning

A young family walking in front of the Children's Museum

Manitoba Children’s Museum, Winnipeg

Experience hands-on family fun with 12 interactive galleries that provide powerful learning experiences to educate and nurture kids' imaginations. Come play, learn, and grow at the Children's Museum!

4. Take a tour of the Royal Canadian Mint

520 Lagimodiere Boulevard, Winnipeg
Tuesday to Saturday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm


Discover why over 80 countries across the globe use the Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg to create their coins. Tours are available in English and French.

5. Stay in the Rosé Beach House

6 Main Street, Winnipeg Beach
October 18 to October 30

Experience something out of this world at Celestial Month at the Rosé Beach House! Packages and opportunities include sound bath therapy and yoga (provided by Flow Wellness), tarot card readings, celestial light projections and Halloween movies in-suite! Guests can also head next door to Treble's Beach Bar & Grill to sip 'witches brew" and enjoy live entertainment.

6. Dine at a fall supper

Whitetail Meadow, Ste. Agathe
October 17

At the first ever Winnipeg Free Press Fall Supper, experience an elevated version of the traditional Manitoban fall supper. The dinner will feature multiple courses that are all built around an editorial piece created by Winnipeg Free Press reporters. Find the full dinner menu and buy your tickets to the event here.

7. Shop at a craft market

Shop for goods from over 140 talented crafters, artisans and makers at this year's Scattered Seeds market. The market will feature makers such as Good Wheel Ceramics, Happy Daisy, Sarah Sue Design, Rose + Rebel and more.

8. Road trip to Riding Mountain National Park

Riding Mountain National Park

For a time when much of nature is slowing down and getting ready for the long winter ahead, fall can sure feel busy. Luckily, there's a place right here in Manitoba where you can truly take the time to savour all of autumn's beauty.

9. Drive to the Parkland

Enviro Foto

Parkland region

This fall, we're featuring an amazing collection of road trips that will help you explore every corner of Manitoba. The Perfectly Parkland road trip covers the western side of Manitoba's Parkland region through Treaty 2 and 4 territory.

10. Explore one of Winnipeg's neighbourhoods

Looking down along Osborne Street at the shop fronts.

Winnipeg

How long has it been since you explored a neighbourhood other than your own? Add some adventure into your weekend as we guide you through some of Winnipeg's best neighbourhoods. Choose to explore Osborne Village, Corydon Avenue, Central St. Boniface or Norwood/Old St.Vital.

About The Author

Hey! I'm Breanne, Editorial Content Specialist for Travel Manitoba. First to jump in the lake and last to make it down the River Trail. Lover of croissants, cats, and croissant-shaped cats. Got a story idea? Email me at bsewards@travelmanitoba.com.

Editorial Content Specialist