July 21, 2018
Clovis, the Caribou Hunters Exhibit
May 10 - August 29
Fort la Reine Museum
Travel back to 10,000 - 12,000 BC, and meet the true explorers of the new world. This exhibit celebrates and educates about the existence and development of Aboriginal people as a distinct culture and recognizes the importance and contribution they have made in Canada. Using archaeological evidence and theory, the exhibit “Clovis, the Caribou Hunters” tells the story of the “Clovis people” - a people that are considered to be the earliest inhabitants of the Americas, and likely the first “Manitobans”.
Central Manitoba Passport Adventure
The Annual Central Manitoba Passport Adventure is an adventure for all ages and great family fun! Passports are available at over 18 participating museums and galleries.
For more information call 1.877.324.6645 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Climate Change is Here Exhibit
Fort la Reine Museum
Portage La Prairie, MB
See climate change issues from a global perspective and the Canadian technologies developed to help fight climate change. Climate Change is Here, is an outdoor photography exhibition based on the striking imagery of the award-winning National Geographic Magazine. Here on the Canadian prairies, the agriculture economic sector and our natural heritage is perilously poised for the negative economic, environmental and societal impact of impending climate change. Explore and reflect what you can immediately do to take action on climate change now.
Festival du Cheyenne (Cheyenne Day)
St. Agathe, MB
Every year, this charming francophone community in the Red River Valley hosts Cheyenne Day, a country fair for the whole family, featuring a pancake breakfast, horseshoe tournament, beach volleyball, baseball, children’s crafts, community supper, “beer and skits”, a dance and fireworks. Plenty of fun from morning to night!
Pembina Valley Fur Council Rendezvous
South of Morden
Free camping and admission. Featured events include arts and crafts, taxidermy and fur displays, tailgating and concession booths, outdoor seminars and skills events including, flint knapping, black powder shooting, tomahawk and knife throwing, .22 rifle competition, ladies fry pan toss, trapping and skinning demonstrations, hog roast on Friday evening, fish fry on Saturday, live entertainment all weekend.
Call 204.246.2202 for more info.
Cypress River Agricultural Fair at the Agricultural Grounds, 149 Cypress Ave. Pancake breakfast, horse show, Belgian bowling, displays of crafts, baking, canning and sewing, kids activities, juggling act, Sunday night pet show and more.
For more information call Valerie at 204.743.2123 or email: email@example.com
“Pioneer Days & Western Ways”
July 9, July 21 & Aug. 6
Pembina Threshermen’s Museum (PTM)
10 am - 4 pm
Just west of the hospital between Winkler & Morden
A great family adventure! We had so much fun with our western days last year that we’ve combined it with our ever-popular pioneer event to add a ‘western’ twist, so you’ll have even MORE fun! Enjoy great old-time activities like corn grinding, wagon rides, sack races, stick-horse racing and more. General Store is ‘Open’ with ice cream, snacks and beverages and picnic tables are available. $10/adult, $5/youth and seniors, 8 and under FREE. “Having Fun ... the Ol’fashioned Way!”
More great events at: www.threshermensmuseum.com 204.325.7497.