It has been a cool few days, but hardly cool enough to stop the fun from carrying on. And speaking of fun, there are a few things on the horizon, which we think you’ll find super-interesting like the upcoming Wall-to-Wall, ManyFest, and Farmers’ Feast. For a few more ideas of things you can do in the province, check out the Travel Manitoba website for a full listing of events.


Kent Monkman Shame & Prejudice: A Story of Resilience

Winnipeg Art Gallery_Kent Monkman. Reincarceration, 2013. Acrylic on canvas. Collection of Glenbow Museum.

September 27 to February 9
WAG, Winnipeg

Shame & Prejudice was created as a response to Canada 150 celebrations. Monkman’s gender fluid, time travelling alter-ego guides visitors through Canada’s history. Monkman reinterprets landscapes, explores colonization, sexuality, loss, and resilience: the complexities of historic and contemporary Indigenous experience.


D-Day ’44: Canada in Normandy on now

RCA Museum_uniforms and truck

on now until December 13
Royal Canadian Artillery Museum, CFB Shilo

The RCA Museum opened a new temporary exhibit entitled D-Day ’44: Canada in Normandy on 6 June, 2019. A large number of WW2 artefacts, including an M7 Priest 105mm howitzer, are on display, including artefacts connected to a number of notable Canadian soldiers.



Get rocked at Centennial

We will Rock you

September 3 to 8
Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg

The Oscar-winning film, Bohemian Rhapsody is making its debut on the Centennial Concert Hall stage in the adaptation, We Will Rock You. The heartfelt story follows societal outcasts Galileo and Scaramouche in their quest to save rock ‘n’ roll and plays for only six nights.

Celebrate mural culture

Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival

on now until September 30
various venues, Winnipeg

Wall-to-Wall takes to the streets of Winnipeg for a creative experience that celebrates mural culture on the lands of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation and Treaty 1 Territory. Join the celebration as it culminates with Nuit Blanche and brings together diverse communities around art, music, dance, and more.

Come hungry to a farmers’ feast

Cozy tent interior at the Farmers' Feast at the St. Norbert Farmers' Market

September 5
St. Norbert Farmers’ Market, St. Norbert

There are so many good reasons to visit the St. Norbert’s Farmers’ Market, but this Thursday, one very good reason would be the family-style Farmers’ Feast.

Sip on beer while watching the migration

Oak Hammock Migration Festival

September 5
Oak Hammock Marsh, Stonewall

Celebrate the fall migration at Oak Hammock with a unique event. Birds and beer combines the pastimes of sipping on locally brewed beers and savouring delicious local food, while watching the nightly return of the migrating waterfowl.

Have some firsts this Friday

First Fridays

September 6
Exchange District, Winnipeg

It’s Friday and the streets of the Exchange District are buzzing for another First Fridays. Step out of the office and into the Exchange District. Immerse yourself in the ultimate cultural experience on a walk through Winnipeg’s original downtown.

Hit the festival of many


September 6 to 8
Broadway, Winnipeg

ManyFest, Downtown Winnipeg’s largest street festival draws the crowds to Broadway Avenue. Be part of the celebration and experience some of Winnipeg’s best food trucks in the Food Truck Wars, or quench your thirst at the wine and beer garden. Kids can enjoy a movie in the park and an engaging Kids Zone. There will be free entertainment all weekend from amazing talents.

Riding Mountain Pride

Riding Mountain National Park Pride

September 6 to 8
Riding Mountain National Park, Wasagaming

Riding Mountain National Park and Clear Lake Country are celebrating Pride September 14 to 16. Dance to the music of DJ Mamacutsworth during a family dance party; play a round or two at Queer Bingo; and celebrate at the Pride After Party. For a full schedule, visit Riding Mountain’s event page.

Head to the snake pits for a workshop


September 8
Narcisse Wildlife Management Area, Narcisse

Oak Hammock Marsh is conducting an offsite workshop at the Narcisse Snake Dens with expert and snake enthusiast Cathy Wasserman. Discover a few new things about these fascinating creatures and their world-famous natural habitat. Pre-registration is required for this event.