Tag Archives: Things to do in Winnipeg
Source: onetrunktheatre.com One Trunk Theatre’s Knock Knock Ginger is a live, socially distant, outdoor theatre series. The performances happen right on your front lawn while you watch through your window! The Knock Knock Ginger spring 2022 series runs from March 30 to May 8. If you’re interested in booking a FREE show, simply book your […]
Source: nfb.ca In March, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) celebrates la francophonie in partnership with the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). This year, they’re celebrating connections that span generations, cultures and communities. The CMHR is proud to present a selection of short films, interactive stories and games with Rendez‐vous de la Francophonie. […]
Source: fortwhyte.org Fort Whyte Alive’s Sod House Homesteaders programming runs Sundays through the end of March. See Fort Whyte’s sod house come alive with with homestead volunteers showing you what a day in the life of homesteading pioneers was all about, and answer any questions you have. This is a fun and interactive opportunity to […]
Source: heho.ca The 2022 edition of Festival du Voyageur is on until February 27 and there’s still plenty of fun to be had. Check out their performance line-up, have some fun with their online kid-oriented activities, or take a snow sculpture tour in Winnipeg or online. Start exploring.
Source: publiccityarchitecture.com Check out Manitoboggan at St. Vital Park, Winnipeg’s first barrier-free and universally accessible toboggan slide. The project was initiated by the City of Winnipeg to replace the previous 1980s-era toboggan slides and warming shelter, which burned down in 2013, and was seen as an opportunity to provide the community with a better, more […]
Cinematheque’s Cabin Fever: Free Films for Kids series returns this February and March! Do you remember the first time you went to the movies as a kid? The team at Cinematheque sure does, and they’re recreating the foundational experience every Sunday in February and March. A Cinematheque tradition, and what has become a rite of […]
Source: folklorama.ca In an effort to support the public health orders of the province of Manitoba for the public to stay home and stay safe, Folklorama is pleased to present Folklorama at Home: The Virtual Experience, on now weekly until March 2022. Folklorama’s cultural arts division has launched a series of free virtual programs that […]
Source: wag.ca Be transported to the North at the Winnipeg Art Gallery with outdoor projections of contemporary Inuit artwork and imagery, highlighting Qaumajuq, the Inuit art centre. This 20-minute show loops on the exterior of the Qaumajuq building on St. Mary Avenue and runs nightly from sundown until 10:00PM. Enjoy beautiful northern lights projections alongside […]
Check out the City of Winnipeg’s list of park skating ponds and rinks open for pleasure skating this season. And don’t forget the Arctic Glacier Winter Park skating trails at The Forks, as well as the Duck Pond at Assiniboine Park. Stay safe and warm out there!
Source: Manitoba Theatre For Young People The Snowman, the animated holiday favourite about a little boy who goes on a magical journey with his snowman, and The Hockey Sweater, the iconic Canadian Roch Carrier story about a boy forced to wear a Toronto Maple Leafs sweater in his hockey-mad Quebec town, both come to life […]