Holiday Craft Sale
10:00-4:00pm. Registration opens 12:00pm on August 7, 2018.
Whether you’re shopping for holiday gift ideas, or coming as a vendor to sell your wares, join us at the Access Event Centre in Morden, MB for a day of festive fun!
Access Event Centre, Morden, MB
Contact Pembina Hills Arts Centre
Eden Foundation's 16th Annual Head for the Hills Fund-raising cycling event. Two routes to choose from; the single-track trail following portions of the Trans-Canada trail and the road route running roughly parallel with the trail route. Both routes begin and end at the same locations and intersect at two rest stations along the way. Click the URL provided for more information: (http://edenhealthcare.ca/events/upcoming-events/head-for-the-hills-2018-registration-is-open/) You'll also find a link in that story that will connect you to on-line registration and there's also a link to sponsor someone who is registered to ride.
Contact Earl Reimer
More Info http://edenhealthcare.ca/events/upcoming-events/head-for-the-hills-2018-registration-is-open/
Southern Manitoba's Ony Drive In
Stardust in Morden
- Aug 10th -12th: Mama Mia, Here We Go Again
- THROWBACK THURSDAY Aug 16: Smokey and the Bandit
- Aug. 17th - 19th: Ant-Man & the Wasp
- THROWBACK THURSDAY Aug. 23rd: Tooth Fairy
- Aug. 24th - 26th: The Incredibles 2
“I KNOW BUTTONS”
GET YOURS TODAY
Central Manitoba Tourism will join with tourism partners in promoting your passion to visitors that travel around the region.
The buttons will engage icebreaker conversations between tourist and service providers (businesses). People who wear the buttons will have a passionate knowledge of their area of interest, thus providing the tourist with a better understanding of local attractions, museums, sports, events and festivals. Visitors will ask tourism related questions and have one-on-one time conversation with Central Manitoba regional volunteer specialist.
Five radio stations will promote the ''I Know' marketing campaign starting June 18th just in time for families to start planning their summer vacations.
For information and buttons please call Central Manitoba Tourism @ 1-877-324-6645
Home of the World's Largest Van Gogh painting.....(Alton
This Hockey Hall of Famer, Stanley Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist grew up here....(Eddie Balfour - Carman)
What is the name of unique Stephenfield Provincial Park accommodations? (yurts)
The location of the World's (2nd) Largest Fire Hydrant-(Elm Creek)
This “tiger” is found on the prairies……the Tiger Salamander at the Centre d’interprétation Centre (St. Leon)
Home of Manitoba’s oldest continuously operating printshop- (Crystal City)
Cameras were not always point and shoot. Find out more at the unique Laurent Fillion collection of cameras.- (The Centre Parent Tourism Centre in Saint Joseph)
The World's largest and oldest Bruce makes it's home here (Morden)
Canada's Top Rodeo competitors arrive here every July (Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition - Morris)
Where is the location of the Bottle Buildings-(Treherne)
The historical home of Nellie McClung, best selling author, and activist who was instrumental in women getting the right to vote (Manitou)
Enjoy the mysteries of a lake that the river left behind. Island On The Prairie (Portage La Prairie)
Where would you find the Sunset Beach.....(Plum Coulee)
Roland-Home of 4H and the Giant Pumpkin (Roland)
This friendly Manitoba namesake is a much shorter drive than it's Florida namesake (Miami)
Watch for the Windmill.....The highway number two roadside attraction is Manitoba's connection to "the old country". (Holland)
Lori Lofgren’s work is an investigation into how light and shadow can alter our emotional perspectives, and change how we feel in our ostensibly safe places. Each piece is a representation of the moment immediately before, or following a disturbing event. This series of small-scale sculptures represent the dualities of emotion in relation to environment, scale, and the uncanny. Dualities often appear within disturbing scenes: love and hate, wealth and poverty, reality and fiction, friend and foe, secrets and discovery, life and death. These dichotomies occur as a cause or an effect of each relationship or event. This series represents those tensions by using light and shadow to both induce and highlight the uncanny. Light and shadow can create a sense of anticipation in any environment, and their contradictions often shape the way we experience even the most familiar spaces.
The most important aspect of the festival is the volunteer spirit, which has fueled the organization from its inception. Fund-raising events and grants from the City of Morden, along with other sources, assist in maintaining “FREE” as the key phrase in festival advertising. Free corn on the cob, and apple juice have been the chief attractions, along with free stage entertainment, the children’s events, the parade, shuttle bus service and parking.