September 21st, Doors open 6:30 pm program starts at 7 pm
Grab your toga and bring your dancing shoes! Live music by The Stowaways and Rockin Roxy DJ, shopping, wine tasting and Caesar bar, food, rainbow auction and games! Don't miss this fun night! Tickets $30
A fun-filled day to watch all sorts of crash ups happen on purpose. Bring your favourite beater and smash it into all sorts of other beaters!
Food booth with proceeds going to the Grad Class, 50/50 draw, Raffle Mini-Van - Take the cash or drive the van!
Blow up vehicle - closest time wins!
Heat Winners: 1st - $100 2nd - $25 1st place cars go to feature, all others are eligible for Grand Slam $100 first-place prize
Feature Heat: 1st - $1000 2nd - $250.
Car entry fee $60 - includes driver and one mechanic $10 for extra pit passes
Truck, Van, and Small car heat. Payout dependant on entries.
Come join our community for an awesome meal.
French Canadian Cuisine, Meat pies, Pork Hocks "Ragout", Hominy Corn, with all the fixings. Adults $15.00 6 to 10 years old $5.00 5 and under Free.
October 20, 2019 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Hosted by St-Joseph Knights of Colombus
Manitoba Open Farm Day is extremely pleased to have 56 Open Farm Day Host Sites – twenty-three of these are new Host Sites! We are especially excited with the diversity of agricultural farms (dairy, bison, beef, organic, chicken, grain/oilseeds etc.) and the number of other industry/agri-tourism businesses – including: fertilizer and crop services, agricultural societies, equine lead programs/horse stables, greenhouses, pumpkin patches, bed and breakfasts, environmental and conservation organizations such as La Salle Redboine Conservation District Pelly Lake site (recently highlighted on CBC) and Nature Conservancy’s partnerships with farmers! Then there are the research centres including Food Development Centre, Manitoba Beef Forages Initiative, and the Bruce Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre – where Great Tastes of Manitoba will provide recipes and activities celebrating their 30 years of Manitoba’s most-watched cooking show. Finally, and not to be forgotten the many ag museums (eight in all) who share and tell our fantastic agriculture history in our province!
For the first time ever – Heartland Travel Tours is offering a bus tour leaving Polo Park on Open Farm Day and travelling to Portage la Prairie to visit the four new Host Sites at Portage la Prairie.
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas … everywhere you go …” and especially at the Museum! See the Homesteader’s Village in a new light when it’s all dressed up for the holidays! Discover the lights in the village in a (free) sleigh ride and warm up in the Pioneer Centre for fun games and a craft with hot chocolate! Make sure to stop by the bonfire for a hotdog snacks. Bring your family and friends and create an old-fashioned Christmas memory! Cost: $8.00 / vehicle (includes free sleigh rides) Bus groups: $2.50 / person (reservation required for bus groups) Hot dogs, hot chocolate, coffee or tea are available at reasonable prices.
December 13-15 and 20-22, 2019 from 4 pm to 8 pm
The Manitoba Agricultural Museum presents our new, back-to-school event on September 15, 2019 as a host site for Manitoba Open Farm Day. Harvest Fun Day is full of exciting games, great crafts and unique vendors, all themed for harvest. Check out our corn-eating contest for a wonderful prize for the winner, and a full stomach regardless! Our Craft Show & Farmers Market vendors will show our skills in the field, the kitchen, the workshop, or their homes. Come on down to the Manitoba Agricultural Museum for some fun for the whole family and a time to celebrate our prairie harvest! Trade show and activities ongoing from 10 AM to 4 PM. Silver Collection
The Dirty Catfish Brass Band: Thursday Oct. 3rd at Carman Collegiate Theatre at 8pm For more information call Golden Prairie Arts Council at 204-745-6568
Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra "Charlie Brown Christmas": Friday Dec. 13th at Carman Collegiate Theatre at 7:30pm For more information call Golden Prairie Arts Council at 204-745-6568