Location: Integrity Foods
Location: Hwy 67 between Hwy 7 & 8
Location: Links at the Lake Golf Course
Location: # 7 Highway
Contact: Lana Knor 204-886-2857
Location: Selkirk Park
We proudly share our rich ethnic history at our festivals that showcase
some of my founding cultures in the region. Come & join us
to relax and enjoy these wonderful events and share our pride as you visit
our Inland Oceans, Infinite Possibilities!
Calling all car enthusiatists. Come to the Annual Gimli Car Show with 500 + of your closest friends. Share the thrill and pride in owning a classic vehicle. Wipe off the dust, polish up the fenders and show off "your baby" to the car loving world. Held the second Sunday of July this group will be happy to have you come along!
Sand castle contests, Fris-Nok Tournament, Islendingadunk, adult dance on Saturday evening or aparade on Monday,music on the Rooftop- all these offerings providing something for all ages and all tastes. Stroll the waterfront, shop with local merchants or visit one of the three (3) locations of the New Icelandic Heritage Museum. It is not a problem to stay busy and enjoy a fun filled long weekend with family or friends.
This celebration of Icelandic life takes place in Gimli for four (4) days during the August long weekend,start on Friday, relax and enjoy activities through to Monday. Come along and celebrate with your Icelandic friends, immerse yourself in the culture- explore this little piece of the former New Iceland this year.
Experience the proud heritage ofthe Scottish clans as they meet at the Manitoba Highland Gathering in Selkirk at the end of June for their 47th annual gathering.
With a wail of the bagpipes at the Pipe Band Competition, the twirling of a kilt at the Highland Dance competition the air is alive with the sights and sounds of the Scottish heritage for this one day event. Take in events such as the Caber toss in the Heavy Games, Wee Heavy games for the little ones, Manitoba Marathon Canoe & Kayak Championships, Sheep shearing, Sheep Dog Demo, exhibits of Highland Cattle or stroll thru the Scottish market and while you are there check out all the clans ancestral lineage information. You just never know whom you may be related to.
With the downing of a “wee dram”this annual event is sure to make you feel “just a wee bit Scottish”. Come and experience the Centuries-Old Tradition of Colour, Pageantry & Good Times!
An opportuntiy to celebrate a unique and intriguing community in the Interlake! The Lockport Dam Family Festival brings both sides of Lockport [ a community that is half on the west side of the Red River and half on the east side.] This festival brings the culture and history of the region to the forefront, the fur trade, Lord Selkirk Settlers arriving over 200 years ago, the orginal Metis land claims to strips of land with access to water- all this and more.
Fun for the whole family with entertainers, face painting, old fashioned country fair and Midway new in 2013. Catfishing derby with $20,000 prize fish to be caught, Lockport Rivers Edge Run- expected to be larger than ever. Free admission to the festival - come out and see us on our new dates September 12-14th, 2013.
Embrace our Manitoba winter! For an exciting fun filled weekend get yourself ready for the Wonderful Winter Weekend at Winnipeg Beach. This 46th annual Winter Festival weekend is the 3rd weekend of February.Features a huge mixed curling bonspiel, snowmobile radar runs, ice fishing derby, Chili Cookoff contest, Pancake Breakfast, Baking contest, hot chocolate by the fire, fireworks and more. Something to do for all ages.