So it’s kind of cold out. Like bone-chillingly cold. What better way to warm up then by reading our hot list? Ok, maybe it won’t actually warm you up, but you will find it’s full of fun ways to spend your week.
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Red River Mutual Trail
Take in the picturesque sights of Winnipeg as you’ve never seen them before, from the frozen Red River! Venture out to The Forks to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities: skating, walking, curling, hockey, family activities, historic interpretation, cycling, broom ball, and much more.
Cabaret at MTC
Jan 6 to 31 | John Hirsch Mainstage, Winnipeg
The sexy and electrifying Cabaret is a once-in-a-lifetime theatre experience. When aspiring American novelist Clifford Bradshaw journeys to Berlin to kick-start his flagging novel, he’s drawn into the sensuous and exhilarating underworld of cabaret. His writing falls by the wayside, and Clifford begins a whirlwind romance with a vivacious club dancer. Their carefree lives are soon threatened by the gathering darkness of pre-war Germany.
The Whiteshell in winter
If you haven’t experienced the Whiteshell in winter, it’s time to give it a try. A paradise for nature-lovers, in the park you can glide along cross-country ski trails, get back to nature on horseback, sled over groomed snowmobile trails, wait for the big catch while ice fishing, or break through fresh snow by snowshoe all while keeping your eyes peeled for all sorts of wildlife.
Dakota Nation Winterfest
Jan 9 to 11 | Keystone Centre, Brandon
Dakota Nation Winterfest is the largest aboriginal sport and cultural event of its kind all under one roof.
Canadian Museum For Human Rights
Open Tuesday to Sunday | The Forks
Contemplate inspring stories of struggle and triumph at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. This new national museum strives to create inspiring encounters with human rights, by engaging you in an immersive, interactive experience that offers both the inspiration and tools to make a difference in the lives of others. All 11 galleries are now open.
Asessippi Ski Area & Resort
Asessippi Ski Area & Resort
Hit the slopes at Asessippi Ski Area and Resort for skiing, snowboarding and downhill snow tubing at Manitoba’s largest ski resort.
Oct 17 to Apr 17 | The Manitoba Museum, Winnipeg
Argh, matey, it’s all about that booty (pirate’s booty, that is) at the interactive exhibitReal Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship at The Manitoba Museum. The exhibit tells the true story of the Whydah — a real pirate ship that sank off the coast of Cape Cod nearly 300 years ago — and showcases treasure chests of coins and gold, jewelry, weaponry such as cannons, pistols, and knives, and a replica of the actual ship that visitors can board.
Dalí Up Close and Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery at the WAG
Sep 27 to Jan 25 | Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg
Savour some surrealism and other masterworks at the WAG’s newest exhibitions Dalí Up Close and Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Dalí Up Closepresents paintings, watercolours, drawings, jewellery, and sculpture by Surrealist master Salvador Dalí, as well as the celebrated photographs produced with Philippe Halsman. Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery is an uncompromising selection of international paintings by such artists as Gainsborough, Turner, Sargent, Carr, Thomson, Freud, and more.
Arctic Glacier Winter Park
Open daily | The Forks
Head down to The Forks for the official celebration of winter at Arctic Glacier Winter Park! Skate on the many trails, slide down the toboggan run, or try your tricks in the professionally designed Snowboard Fun Park.
Open daily | Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg
There’s a snow flurry of fun to be had at Assiniboine Park in winter! Visit Hudson and all his furry friends at The Zoo, skate like graceful swans on the duck pond, fly down the Toboggan Hill, or enjoy the beauty of the park while skiing the groomed trails.