Music at the MillenniumJune 2nd, 2015 - August 4th, 2015
Downtown Flashback ToursJune 22nd, 2015 - September 14th, 2015 This free noon-hour guided walking tour will take you back in time to when downtown Winnipeg had a very different look. Compare then and now by taking a peek through a Viewmaster and learn a bit about what's shaped the downtown we see today. Stops include landmarks like the Free Press Building, the former Eaton's location, Portage & Main, and Union Station.
When: Runs approx. Noon - 12:45pm
Where: Meet at Air Canada Park (339 Portage Avenue), tour ends at Union Station
Tour is first come first serve for up to 25 people. In the event of rain, the tour will be cancelled.
Monday, June 22
Tuesday, June 23
Monday, July 6
Tuesday, July 7
Monday, July 20
Tuesday, July 21
Tuesday, August 4
Monday, August 17
Tuesday, August 18
Monday, August 31
Tuesday, September 8
Monday, September 14
Canada History WeekJuly 1st, 2015 - July 7th, 2015
Join us in celebrating
CANADA HISTORY WEEK!
The National Trust for Canada invites Canadians to celebrate Canada History Week. Beginning on Canada Day and tunning through to July 7, History Week is an ideal time to learn about the people, places, and events that have helped shape our great country.
It also marks the start of the National Trust's Seven Day Tour of Canada. Follow the National Trust on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as we travel across the country, stopping at memorable heritage sites along the way.
And as we travel, we hope that you will share photots of our favourite places with us.
Cuthbert Grant DayJuly 11th, 2015 - July 11th, 2015 Grant's Old Mill
July 11, 2015
10:00am - 3:00pm
Come out and enjoy entertainment, a BBQ, and drinks
Learn about grist mills, the fur trade, and Cuthbert Grant, the first leader of the Metis Nation.
Music hits of the 50s and 60s
The Pipes and Drums of Manitoba
The Metis Infinity Dancers
Metis fiddler, clowns, classic cars
Grand Reopening & 30th anniversary of Bohemier HouseJuly 11th, 2015 - July 11th, 2015
Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 11am to 5pm
In 1985, the Bohemier House at St. Norbert was opened for the first time to the public. Over the past 30 years, St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park has welcomed thousands of visitors into the historic buildings.
After being closed in recent years for restoration work to ensure the long term longevity of this magnificent historic building, the house is now set up for tours.
Inside, you will find artefacts from the Fort Garry Historical Society. Along with the Turenne House, these homes are set up as if they are being occupied in the post 1870 era.
Join us throughout the day for these family fun activities!
- Guided Tours
- Live Entertainment
- 2pm Cake Cutting Ceremony
Interpretive events are free for everyone to attend! For more information, please call the Park Interpreter's office at 204.945.4236 or email ParkInterpretation@gov.mb.ca.