The week has barely begun and already thoughts are drifting to the weekend, which, as it turns out, will be a long one. While Labour Day somehow feels like the unofficial adieu to summer, it’s still a weekend to look forward to and represents the perfect opportunity to spend time with loved ones.
Every now and then, it’s nice to grab a few friends for a good old after-work “pub crawl”. With so many places around Winnipeg to choose from, we thought it best to narrow the list down to the Exchange District. These options are all within walking distance of each other, each offers its unique
Maybe you’ve got a few plans up your sleeve for this week, or perhaps you haven’t quite got around to making any just yet. Wherever you are in the planning or non-planning phase, hopefully one of these 10 events may give you some inspiration. For a full list of events across the province, be sure to
Movies or the outdoors? Museum exhibits or theatrical plays? Art galleries or Viking fests? So many options! Of course, Folklorama continues this week, FortWhyte is always alive with fun outdoor activities and Oak Hammock Marsh’s Bird in the Hand program continues. For a full list of events across the province, be sure to visit our website, Travel Manitoba.
Manitoba is chockfull of opportunities to get outdoors, imbibe nature and pursue adventure. Some of those opportunities are a mere hour or two away from the city centre. A weekend in the Whiteshell is always great, but it can sometimes mean being in close quarters with people who had exactly the
Old favourites and new adventures. That’s what this week of events looks like here in Manitoba. Folklorama begins this week with pavilion after pavilion of fare, fun and exciting introductions to new cultural experiences. For a full list of events across the province, be sure to visit our website,
Swan Valley may not seem like an obvious choice for a new encounter with Manitoba. It’s north of Manitoba, but not the North of Manitoba. More southwesterly if you’re trying to be really specific, it’s about a five-hour-plus drive away from Winnipeg – “…if you’re doing it right” , according to my friend, a born-and-bred Valley girl – and a mere stone’s throw from the Saskatchewan border. The thing about places like Swan Valley that you would rarely give a second thought to though, is that they have an uncanny way of drawing you in and wowing you in ways you wouldn’t really expect. Here are a few reasons why you should consider Swan Valley for your next Manitoba adventure.
Summer in Manitoba has been shaping to be a rather fantastic one. We’ve got quite a few festivals on this week (think Fire, Folk and Vikings!), so we’d suggest you pace yourself as you carve out your week’s itinerary. Soak up some sun, feast and fete you way through this week. For a full list of events across the province, be sure to visit our website, Travel Manitoba.
The Canadian Museum of Human Rights has been celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela with: Mandela: Struggle for Freedom , which is winding its way down after a riveting year-long run. This year would have also marked Mandela’s 101 st birthday. The Fringe Festival continues this week, while Gimli’s Film Festival will be heating things up in the Interlake. Of course, there’s a lot more happening. For a full list of events across the province, be sure to visit our website, Travel Manitoba.
Summers in Manitoba equal fairs and fun. Well, if we were being completely honest, every season in Manitoba equals those things. But if that speaks to anything at all, it’s the fact there’s always a next best something to try. Just off the high of Winnipeg Folk Fest, in comes the Fringe Fest among other great events. For a full list of events across the province, be sure to visit our website, Travel Manitoba.