1116 Victoria Avenue - access by 11th St. door.
Vimy & Beyond Fundraiser
Open Doors Brandon
6 Church Ave
Annual banquet, 3rd Saturday in March.
Dessert Theatre in April
26 1st Street South
Threshermen's Day - Sunday of the September long weekend
425 Mill Road S
738 Main Street
Christmas Craft Sale
Town-wide Yard sale
409 Tache Ave.
Dura Mater: Objective/Subjective
May 13th to September 12th, 2021
Dura Mater: Objective/Subjective looks at the work of a group of neuroscientists through the eyes of five artists and gives us a glimpse of the arcane made knowable. Objective scientific truths are made visible through the subjective lenses of the artists.
Julie Gendron, Erika Lincoln, Bonnie Marin, Janet Shaw-Russell and Tricia Wasney were paired with researchers from the Manitoba Neuroscience Network who graciously shared their work, knowledge, and ideas. This show facilitates new conversations between science and the arts, with diverse and thought provoking works.
The project has been over a year in the making. MAWA launched the project in partnership with the Manitoba Neuroscience Network in 2019. Director/Curator of the Buhler Gallery, Leona Herzog, joined as coordinator and then as curator, culminating in an exhibition at the Buhler Gallery.
237 Broadway Street
Annual events include: a Garage Sale in May, an Open House in June, and biweekly Hamburger Days during July and August.
111B Gilmour Street
85 Israel Asper Way
Please visit our Events Page.
5006 Roblin Blvd
November 25, 2019
Victorian Vignettes and Family stories
Presenters: Lavone and Marc Caron and Dan Furlan
- Doors Open Winnipeg at Caron House - May
- Annual Pioneer Dinner - October
- School Presentations by request --204-837-2312 -Deanne
The Charleswood Historical Society presents the 2nd of its 2019-2020 Heritage Lecture Series. Gordon Crossley will speak on "Charleswood's Lil James, History and Medals".It will cover the contributions made by longtime Charleswood resident Lil James to her community, country and beyond.
The lecture will take place Monday, Nov.4th, 2019 at 7:00 pm., 5006 Roblin Blvd.
- ( Charleswood Seniors 55 Plus Centre). Additional parking can be found at the back of the building, just off Harstone Rd. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served. Silver collection. Wheelchair accessible.
Northwest of Rivers, 40K northwest of Brandon (PR 250)
Oak River, MB
Fundraising Fun day
Tours, contests, lunch, pie auction, games for kids
300 Commonwealth Way
Seasonal open houses
Bi-yearly air shows.
68148 PTH 212
Cooks Creek, MB
Pysanki - March/April
Barn Dance - June
Heritage Day - last Sunday in August except when it falls on Labour Day long weekend.
Tea - September
Call us for more information about our annual Barn Dance!
We would like to invite you to visit our website for information on upcoming or current events/programs.
Doors Open Winnipeg (May)
Nuit Blanche (September)
Culture Days (last weekend in September)
Room 121/122, Minto Armoury
204-786-4300 ex 3378
Army Job Fair
61 Carlton Street
Doors Open Winnipeg (May)
Dalnavert After Dark (October)
Dickens Christmas (December)
197 Bradburn St
Pembina Valley Museum Passport Adventure
Heritage Day, second last Saturday in July.
War Memorial park Day, First Sunday in July at 11 AM.
Unit A 101 First Avenue N.W.
The Dauphin Rail Museum in the CN Train Station in Dauphin will celebrate the 125 Anniversary of the first train arriving in Dauphin on Saturday September 25th from 11am to 3pm.
There will be some live entertainment, a classic car display, the C&D Snack Shack, also complimentary cake and giveaways.
Donations are definitely welcome. For more info, like and follow Dauphin Rail Museum on Facebook.
Walk of the Cross, Good Friday
Celebration Thibaultville , 2nd Sunday in July
Christmas Concert, 2nd Sunday in December
Fall Supper in September
Rummage Sale in July
Artisan Craft Sale in May and November
Farmers Markets (weekends)
20 Kelly Hand Drive, King's Park
Christmas at the Museum: December
15 Station Lane at Main StreetHwy 6, N of Winnipeg
Creamery Days held 3rd weekend of August every year.
140 Jackson Street
- Louis Riel Day - TBD
- Pioneer Day - TBD
- Canoe-a-thon - TBD
- Christmas at the Fort - TBD
3rd floor, 551 Machray Ave
Doors Open Winnipeg - last weekend in May
Remembrance Day - November 11
74 1st Street South
Dominion City, MB
Museum Open House Event - held beginning of July with refreshments served on museum lawn
Dominion City Summer Fest
2777 Portage Ave.
Cuthbert Grant Day - second Saturday of July highlighting Cuthbert Grant and his contribution to Manitoba heritage as well as the Metis contribution. Includes flour milling, BBQ, music, entertainment, and displays.
The Annual Hamiota Fair which is held the third Thursday in July is a special time at the museum. Each year a new display is added, often by partnering with Hamiota and District Archives. Videos of community and local historcal events are played throughout the day. Contests and guided tours are also part of the day. During the afternoon local musicians take part in a music or "Jam" session in the Church.
5353 Portage Ave.
-Show and Shine
111 Railway Avenue
June: Family BBQ
July: Golf tournament
July 1: BBQ
November: Ham & Turkey bingo
414 William Ave
- Manitoba Day Tea, May 12
- Gents of Killarney - Memoirs book
- Children's Programs July and August
- PCH visits and took items of interest to PCH for discussion
- Canada Day July 1
- Heritage Day
- Christmas Tea and Children's programs
- School classes visiting
- Book launch - Gordon Goldsborough
- Music in Emerald Park
Please contact the museum for more information.
Highway 5, 6 Km East of Roblin
May - Open House
July - Show Day
375, rue Deschambault
La journée internationale des femmes (créée et coordonnée par la Maison Gabrielle-Roy): en partenariat avec Plurielles / Université Saint-Boniface / Musée canadien des droits de la personne (janvier)
La Dictée Gabrielle-Roy (créée et coordonnée par la Maison Gabrielle-Roy): Se déroule chaque année dans toute l'Amérique du nord et du sud (Mars)
Le Brunch Gabrielle-Roy (créé et coordonné par la Maison Gabrielle-Roy): Levée de fonds annuelle (mars)
Le Salon du livre du Manitoba : Se déroule chaque année dans les locaux du Théâtre Cercle Molière (Avril) Le salon du livre suivi du Cabaret littéraire a été créé par la Maison Gabrielle-Roy et Les éditions du Blé.
Festival Thin Air: La Maison Gabrielle-Roy est partenaire et accueille des auteurs ou des performances à cette occasion. (septembre)
Nuits blanches: La Maison Gabrielle-Roy est partenaire et accueille des performances à cette occasion. (septembre)
Portes ouvertes: Chaque année notre musée accueille 300 visiteurs durant ce dispositif de 2 jours. (Mai)
Soirée Mot prononcé: toute l'année, partenariat avec l'Alliance Française du Manitoba et le CCFM
La rentrée culturelle: chaque année notre musée est partenaire du lancement de la saison culturelle du 340 Provencher avec d'autres organismes culturels et artistiques.
Résidences d'auteurs : (créée et coordonnée par la Maison Gabrielle-Roy) : chaque année la Maison Gabrielle-Roy invite un auteur francophone pour une résidence d'une semaine
Les salons de Gabrielle : 4 soirées littéraires, réparties de septembre à mai, présentatn le travail littéraire d'auteurs francophones du Manitoba (Partenariat avec l'association des auteurs manitobains francophones)
Exposition à venir : Gabrielle Roy et Colette : Deux femmes dans le siècle. (septembre 2020) Le jumelage entre ces deux maisons d'écrivaines entre le Manitoba et la France a débuté en 2018.(créée et coordonnée par la Maison Gabrielle-Roy)
Théâtre au musée : Nous avons accueilli la Visite chez Mélina (Texte Suzanne Kennely) durant 7 années. La suite de cette pièce itinérante à l'intérieur du musée est programmée pour 2021.
Et toute l'année, la Maison Gabrielle-Roy accueille des groupes scolaires, des groupes touristiques et des visiteurs du Canada et de l'international pour des visites guidées dans les deux langues officielles.
International Women's Day (created and coordinated by Maison Gabrielle-Roy): in partnership with Plurielles / St. Boniface University / Canadian Museum for Human Rights (January)
The Dictée Gabrielle-Roy (created and coordinated by the Maison Gabrielle-Roy): Held annually throughout North and South America (March).
Le Brunch Gabrielle-Roy (created and coordinated by the Maison Gabrielle-Roy): Annual fundraiser (March)
Le Salon du livre du Manitoba: Held annually at the Cercle Molière Theatre (April) The Salon du livre followed by the Cabaret littéraire was created by Maison Gabrielle-Roy and Les éditions du Blé.
Thin Air Festival: The Maison Gabrielle-Roy is a partner and welcomes authors or performances on this occasion. (September)
Nuits blanches: La Maison Gabrielle-Roy is a partner and hosts performances on this occasion. (September)
Open doors: Every year our museum welcomes 300 visitors during this 2-day event. (May)
Spoken Word Evening: year-round partnership with Alliance Française Manitoba and CCFM
The start of the cultural season: every year our museum is a partner in the launch of the 340 Provencher cultural season with other cultural and artistic organisations.
Residences of authors : (created and coordinated by the Maison Gabrielle-Roy): each year the Maison Gabrielle-Roy invites a French-speaking author for a one-week residency.
Les salons de Gabrielle: 4 literary evenings, from September to May, presenting the literary work of francophone authors from Manitoba (Partnership with the Association des auteurs manitobains francophones).
Upcoming exhibition: Gabrielle Roy and Colette: Two Women in the Century. (September 2020) The twinning of these two writers' houses between Manitoba and France began in 2018 (created and coordinated by the Maison Gabrielle-Roy).
Théâtre au Musée: Nous avons organisé la visite de Mélina (texte de Suzanne Kennely) pendant 7 ans. La poursuite de cette pièce en tournée à l'intérieur du musée est prévue pour 2021.
Et tout au long de l'année, la Maison Gabrielle-Roy accueille des groupes scolaires, des groupes touristiques et des visiteurs du Canada et de l'étranger pour des visites guidées dans les deux langues officielles.
790 Provincial Highway 502 at Halliday Park
Lac du Bonnet, MB
Winnipeg River Rendezvous - Fur trade re-enactment camp
Rural Municipalilty & Town of Lac du Bonnet chambers
Lac du Bonnet, MB
Town Heritage Walking Tour
R.M. Cemetary brochureAviation Heritage & Monument
Viewing of town and municipal heritage sites
Flag a Month
414 Lansdowne Ave
2nd Floor, 134 Marion Street
Annual events: Legion Week (Sept.), Veteran's Week (Nov.)
2795 Ness Avenue
Living Prairie Museum offers a variety of activities throughout the year. Be sure to check our website, or follow us on facebook, twitter, or instagram for upcoming events.
Prairie Planting Workshops
Learn how to grow prairie plants at home. Workshops take place in April or May, and are taught by restoration expert John Morgan.
Prairie Plant Sales
Purchase live native plants from Prairie Flora beginning May long weekend.
Public Guided Hikes
We offer free hikes on Tuesday mornings. Please call ahead to register.
Thursday Theme Days
Free, family summer programs every Thursday in July and August. Our one-hour sessions feature prairie-related presentations, guided hikes, and activities for kids.
Monarch Butterfly Festival
Crafts, displays, presentations, live butterflies, and more! This free, family event takes place on the third Sunday in July, rain or shine.
Volunteer Seed Collecting
Help museum staff collect seed from native seed plots and prairie remnants. Seed is sustainably harvested in order to conserve the genetic heritage of the prairie.
Free snowshoe rentals. No experience required! First and last Sunday of January and February.
Winter Speaker Series
Learn about prairie research, wildlife, and cultural activities taking place in Manitoba. Tuesday evenings from January to March.
Museum staff provide curriculum-based environmental education programs that are suited to all ages and abilities. Friendly naturalists will engage your students with an indoor presentation, exploration of the interpretive centre, and an outdoor adventure where students learn about nature, in nature. Activities include guided hikes, experiments, games, prairie sampling, and more. Please contact the museum, or visit our website, for available programs.
Railway and Main Street
Open House & BBQ with silent auction held in August
3.2 km south of Junction Hwy 1 and Hwy 34 on Hwy 34
164072 TCH Service Road 5 (Transcanada Highway at Elkhorn)
Canada Day Parade (July 1st)
111C Gilmour Street
Induction Banquet: first Saturday in June
postponed until Oct
2nd Floor, Duckworth Centre, 400 Spence Street
The MBHOFM hosts its induction dinners semi-annually, typically in late September or early October in Winnipeg, to honour its next induction class.
Check out our website at http://www.mbhof.com for details.
45 Forks Market Road
Mini Mondays, I Love To Read Month, Spring & Summer Day Camps, Spring Break Line-Up, June Balloon Birthday Party, Family Night Out Fundraiser, Halloween Howl, and Top Hats & Tiaras New Year’s Eve Celebration. Click here to learn more about upcoming events at the Children's Museum
680 Harrow Street
All That Glows: Then and Now - Celebrating the holiday season.
119 Sutherland Ave.
MICEC Indigenous Hockey Tournament (end of March), Community Summer BBQ (July).
Visiting car shows and community events with our antique buses.
Santa Claus parade
312 First Avenue
490 Eveline Street, Entrance to Selkirk Park
Pancake Breakfast: in June and August
Halloween Haunt: October
4 miles south of McCreary, on Hwy 5
Manitoba Day - May
Annual Heritage BBQ - August
500 Norton Ave.
Living Museum Day
Pembina Valley Studio Art Tour
308 Hwy, 1/4 mile south of Hwy 1
East Braintree , MB
Canada Day Event
Spring and Fall Fundraisers
Pioneer Day - 2nd Sunday in September (annual)
110 Stuart Avenue
Summer Open House
Tours through museum
100 Heritage Park Cres. From Main Street Minnedosa, turn east on 3rd Avenue N.E. (at the Bargain Shop) and travel four blocks to reach the entrance to Heritage Village.
Fall Flea Market
Heritage Memory Lights - honour the memory of a loved one by purchasing a white bulb to be illuminated on the Memory Tree in downtown Minnedosa.
Hwy 75 & Hwy 23E, 350 Main St. South
Open House on Labour Day
Open 3 afternoons in December for public and school classes
432 Rue Joubert
Maple Syrup Festival
Highway #3 and Main Street
Annual Lilac+ Lace Luncheon, celebrated on Nellie McClung Day - June 25th - at The Met in Winnipeg 2020 luncheon tickets will come on sale in late January and are expected to sell out quickly.
108 - 94 1st Avenue
Manitoba Day, May 12
October - Annual Walk to the White Rock (site of the first Icelandic settlers)
Aspen Street E.
Oak Lake, MB
1417 Main Street
Fundraisers, workshops, Folklarama
184 Alexander Avenue East
Festival of Carols
Between Winkler and Morden on Hwy 3
Fish Frys & Fundraiser Suppers: usually held once a month from Jan - May from 4:30 - 7 pm but also take place during events from May - Nov (check museum website for current details).
Volunteer Day: May (see our website for date/details)
Heritage Day: first Friday in June
A Day in the Life of a Pioneer, Family Picnic Days and Artist Days: several events throughout July - Aug (check our website for dates/details)
Reunion Days: Friday & Saturday of Labour Day long weekend
See our website Events tab & Instagram or Facebook page for more info, photos, videos and details ... and then come play for the day ~ the PTM way!
"Keeping Our Heritage Alive"
154 Wasagaming Dr.
Yard sale in July
288 Main Ave.
Plum Coulee, MB
Plum Fest on the third weekend in Aug.
Yellowhead Highway #16 between Strathclair and Shoal Lake
Shoal Lake, MB
166 Main Street
Family New Year
Louis Riel Day
140 Meade Street N.
Doors Open Winnipeg
Canada Day, July 1, celebration featuring food and live entertainment - free event, all welcome
70 Cheddar Ave.
Manitoba Day, May 12, celebrations
1431 Church Ave.
Check out our website for the latest news
314 Assiniboine Street W.
Heritage Fair fundraiser
Highway 322 Argyle Manitoba
National Flag of Canada Day
50 Mac Street
Doors Open Winnipeg in May
Annual Open House, 2nd Sunday in June
50154, rue Saltel St.
The Sainte-Geneviève Church is 100 years old! To commemorate its centennial, the Monseigneur-Taché Historic Site corporation has established a Manitoba Heritage Trust Fund, in partnership with The Winnipeg Foundation and Francofonds. And, over the next two years, for every $2 collected the Province of Manitoba will donate $1!
You may make your donation to our Trust Fund here :
Thank you for your generous support!
Snow Lake, MB
Provincial Mining Day
Rock Doctor Day
304 - 3rd Street
April: Pancake Breakfast
July 1: Ceremonies
November: Remembrance Day Service
Events are currently on hold due to COVID-19
Located in the St. Andrews Rectory, 374 River Road
St. Andrews, MB
35 Main Street
Annual church service
#10 Highway North
Swan River, MB
Harvest Festival - last Sunday in August
Green Acres Park, Hwy #7
Open House on Manitoba Day, May 12
Tea - 2nd Saturday in July
Pilot Mound, MB
World war One Heritage Day
Come Join us on the Second Sunday in August for "A Day in Trenches" and participate on our Heritage.
On that day you will experience living history presenters describe what was life like in the First War. The visitor will also see static exhibits from collectors and other Museums.
Prairie Dog Trail, off Park Royale Way
Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba the train runs weekends and holiday days from May thru September. In addition the train also runs the last 2 weekends in October
There are many themed events to choose from including Great Train Robberies, Mystical Magic Trains, delicious Lunch and Supper options, the Howlin' Halloween Express, Historical and Nature themed events plus much, much more!
Details including dates, times, events and costs can be found on the website http://pdcrailway.com
116 Main Street
Ernest Thompson Seton's birthday, mid-August
9 Main Street
Annual concert in May featuring traditional music; historic walking tours; one of the organizers of the Tolstoi Harvest Festival (second last Saturday in August)
141 Regent Avenue West
Virtual Spring Break: March 29- April 1. Tune in everyday at 11:00 am on FaceBook LIVE for daily activites and events.
Check out all our virtual offerings and discover the Transcona Museum at home by going to: TM@HOME
P.R. 491 Trembowla Road
August: A service is held honouring pioneers is held on the Sunday of Canada's National Ukrainian Festival weekend.
123 #3 Highway
Prairie Pioneer Days: Weekend of the second Sunday in July
Riding Mountain National Park, Hwy 10 North
Canada's National Ukrainian Festival
62 First Street
Heritage Day: September
Remembrance Day service: November
Southland Mall, 777 Norquay Drive
Olde Tyme Christmas banquet
56 Maple Street
Doors Open Winnipeg: last weekend in May
123 Main Street
Railway Days - 3rd weekend of September
19 Baie Caron S.
Winnipeg River Heritage Golf Classic - annual fundraiser in June
Remembrance Day Exhibit
Festival des Crèches
Spring Art Show
The Winnipeg River Heritage Museum is currently working on developing community programming. Please visit our website at www.winnipegrivermuseum.com
324 2nd Street
Manitoba Day (May 12)
Canada Day (July 1)
Family Fun Weekend (July)
Annual Yard and Bake Sale (August)
Remembrance Day (November)
Please contact us for further information
Annual Fundraising Dinner
Christmas Tree Lighting