"For a century and a half, Manitoba has been the home of hope - a place where people from all over the world have come - to build lives that were free in a place of peace, security and prosperity."
From the Throne Speech, November 19, 2019, Second Session of the 42nd Legislative Assembly of the Province of Manitoba
The province of Manitoba will be celebrating 150 years in Confederation during 2020.
Many organizations, towns and museums will be holding special programs, celebrations, exhibitions and events in honour of this auspicious occasion.
We invite everyone who is planning an event or commemoration to send us information that we can share on this page, on Facebook and in our e-newsletter, AMM Messenger.
Congratulations to our members who qualified for one of Manitoba 150's funding programs:
- Brandon General Museum & Archives, Brandon
- Costume Museum of Canada, Winnipeg
- Grants Old Mill Museum, Winnipeg
- Manitoba Agricultural Museum, Austin
- McCreary Heritage Advisory Committee, McCreary
- Musée St-Joseph Museum, St-Joseph
- Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum, Winnipeg
- Nellie's Homes of Manitou (Nellie McClung Heritage Site), Manitou
- Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural & Education Centre, Winnipeg
- Swan Valley Historical Society, Swan Valley
- The Manitoba Museum, Winnipeg
- The Sam Waller Museum, The Pas
We look forward to celebrating with you.
If you're planning something to celebrate Manitoba's 150th you may want to look at Manitoba 150 Committee's programs to see if it qualifies for funding.
Click HERE to see how Manitoba's 150th is being honoured around the province.
Remember to send us information on your events so we can add them and share them!