|The summer is jam-packed full of festival fun. Every weekend has at least one festival to attend with parades, rides, games, entertainment. This year experience entertainers like George Canyon, Jaydee Bixby, April Wine, Kenny Shields and Streetheart… you won’t want to miss any of it. Bring the whole family!|
|Take the tour around the Central Plains Pembina Valley Golf Courses, located in South Central Manitoba, within a one or two hour drive of Winnipeg. The country setting, quiet and relaxing atmosphere, and charming hospitality make the Central Plains Pembina Valley Manitoba’s premier spot for golf courses. Ideal for golfers of all ages, talents, and experience.
Central Plains Pembina Valley is home to challenging world class golf courses and courses great for a family of various skill levels. Two hundred and sixteen holes are sure to keep you golfing for your entire vacation.
The Central Plains Pembina Valley is a great setting for a quick escape or your next family vacation.
|If you are looking for an extreme adventure look no further than the beautiful Central Plains Pembina Valley. The Hi-flying action of ziplining across through the Pembina Valley, the racing action of the ALH Motor Speedway, ATV derby, moto-cross, mud-bogs and tractor pulls. Sure to get your heart pumping!|
|If hockey is what you love we have it for all ages! From hard-hitting action of the MJHL league featuring Winkler Flyers and Portage Terriers to Tim Bits just learning how to play, we have all the hockey action you are looking for.|
|2014 Manitoba Winter Games were hosted in Morden-Stanley-Winkler and both mens and womens Central Teams moved on to be Team Manitoba representing Manitoba at the U18 Optmist Championship hosted in Vancouver, BC. So when looking for curling, Central Plains Pembina Valley has what you are looking for. Look for more details on the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Tournament to be hosted in Winkler 2015.|
|Andy Murray, NHL Coach was born in Gladstone.
Happy Rock has its own Canada Post postage stamp, issued July 2010 as part of the second ”Roadside Attractions” Series.
Three Manitoba Premiers hailed from High Bluff: John Norquay, first elected in 1878; Douglas Lloyd Campbell, first elected as premier in 1848; and Walter C. Weir, first elected in 1967. Mr Campbell, member for Lakeside, served his constituents for 47 years, the longest term not only in Canada but in the Commonwealth. He is best known for bringing electricity to Manitoba.