What to do in Winnipeg in April 2024!

March is almost over, and boy-oh-boy did it give us one last taste of Winter.  Can we really complain though, after the incredibly mild winter we had experienced leading up to March? 

With April upon us, we have compiled a list of activities to do in Winnipeg in 2024.  We try to keep this list as thorough as possible so that there is something for everyone.  But if there is anything you would like to see added to this list, please let us know at  

What to do in Winnipeg in April

Winnipeg Jets Home Game Schedule

  • April 1st Los Angeles Kings
  • April 4th Calgary Flames
  • April 16th Seattle Kraken
  • April 18th Vancouver Canucks


Manitoba Moose Home Game Schedule

  • April 6th Chicago Wolves
  • April 7th Chicago Wolves
  • April 13th Iowa Wild
  • April 14th Iowa Wild

✨ April 2nd - Noah Kahan - We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour at Canada Life Centre

✨ April 2nd – Walk Right Back, the Everly Brothers Story at  Club Regent Casino

✨ April 2nd – 30th - Toddler Tuesdays at The Leaf. Free activities aimed at kids aged 2-4 (all kids welcome though) from 9:30 am - 10:00 a.m.

✨ April 2nd – 30th - The Lehman Trilogy at the Royal Manitoba Theatre John Hirsch Mainstage

✨ April 2nd – 3rd - Tyler Penner at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ April 3rd – Career Fair Canada at the RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 3rd - Chris Stapleton - All-American Road Show at Canada Life Centre

✨ April 3rd – 20th - Guilt: A Love Story at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Tom Hendry Warehouse

✨ April 3rd and April 17th - The Leaf After Dark: Adults Only Nights at The Leaf

✨ April 4th – 7th - Winnipeg Home + Garden Show at RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 4th - LetterKenny Presents: A Night of Stand-Up at Club Regent Event Centre

✨ April 4th –25th Thursday Throw Down: Open Street Dance Session at The Forks Market, Room 201

✨ April 4th – 6th Ryan Long - CONCERT SERIES at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ April 5th - First Friday in The Exchange: Galleries, Artist-Run Centres, Studios, Shops + Museums open late in Winnipeg's Exchange District.

✨ April 5th - Beyond the Beat Music Series featuring Sarah Harmer at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

✨ Apr 5th - Queens of the Stone Age - The End Is Nero tour at the Canada Life Centre

✨ April 5th – 6th Casey Corbin Comedy Shows At Yuk Yuk's

✨ April 6th -7th Wanna Dance Canada -  2024 Dance Tour at Red River Exhibition Park

✨ April 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th – Alive in the Woods at Fort Whyte Centre

✨ April 6th Micah! joue de la musique at Centre culturel franco-manitobain  A captivating world of music and comedy, all in French for your children.

✨ April 6th - Four By Four - Tribute to The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Bee-Gees & Moto at Club Regent Entertainment Centre

✨ April 6th – 7th - Oscar-Winning Soundtracks with Eli Glasner presented by Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra at the Centennial Concert Hall

✨ April 7th - Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir presents A New Earth: Music for Spring at Crescent Arts Centre

✨ April 7th and 21st - Create and Connect Crafts at The Leaf. Crafts are appropriate for kids and families of all ages and are accessible without admission to the biomes. 

✨ April 8th - Solar Eclipse Viewing Event(with safe solar telescopes) at the Kitchen Garden at The Leaf

✨ April 8th - Canada’s Drag Race Tour at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ April 9th - Emmanuel Lomuro at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ April 10th All Elite Wrestling at Canada Life Centre

✨ April 10th - MTEC Hospitality, Tourism & Retail JOB FAIR at RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 10th - 38th Annual: Hope Couture Fashion Gala at the RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 10th – 13th - Kevin Bozeman at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy

✨ April 11th and 25th - Downtown Farmer’s Market at Cityplace Winnipeg

✨ April 11th – 13th - Thunder From Down Under at Club Regent Event Centre

✨ April 12th – 13th - Winnipeg Fine Art Fair at Red River Exhibition Park

✨ April 12th – 13th - Byron Bertram Comedy Shows At Yuk Yuk's

✨ April 12th - April Wine at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ April 12th - Lil Tjay - Good Life Tour at Canada Life Centre

✨ April 12th to 14th - Jurassic Quest at RBC Convention Centre

✨April 13th - X Ambassadors Townie Tour at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ April 13th - A Musical Journey with Tomson Highway at The Leaf

✨ April 13th - Spring Market at Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum

✨ April 13th, 17th and 19th Manitoba Opera: Carmen at the Centennial Concert Hall

✨ April 16th – 18th - Benji Rothman at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy

✨ April 17th - 18th Canadian National Dance Championships at the RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 18th Adult and Teen Challenge of Central Canada Journey of Hope Gala at The Fort Garry Hotel

✨ April 18th – 20th Manitoba Dental Association Convention and Trade Show at RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 18th – 21st - Western Regional Championships 2024 (rhythmic gymnastics) at Canada Games Sport for Life Centre

✨April 19th – 20th - Ian Bagg - CONCERT SERIES at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ April 19th –21st - Third + Bird Spring Market at Red River Exhibition

✨ April 19th – 20th – World of Banksy Winnipeg at Winnipeg Art Gallery

✨ April 19th - Discount Day at the Zoo (25% off child admission) at Assiniboine Park Zoo

✨ April 19th – 21st – Art in Bloom 2024 at WAG-Qaumajuq

✨ April 20th - Sustainability Tour at The Leaf. Tours begin at 1:00 pm are roughly 30 minutes long.

✨ April 21st - Earth Day at Fort Whyte Alive (presentations, workshops, and discount admissions).

✨April 23rd – 24th - Mike Green at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ April 24th - Tori Kelly - Purple Skies Tour at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ April 24th – May 18th - The Comeback at the Royal Manitoba Theatre John Hirsch Mainstage

✨ April 25th - Moonlit Melodies at Fort Whyte Alive

✨ April 25th - Grapes vs Grains at Pineridge Hollow (5 course menu, 5 beer pairings, 5 wine pairings, beer and wine expertise from guest experts).

✨ April 25th - Luke Bryan - Mind Of A Country Boy Tour at Canada Life Centre

✨ April 25th – 27th - T.J. Miller - CONCERT SERIES at Rumor’s Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ April 25th – 28th - Royal Winnipeg Ballet : Carmina Burana at the Centennial Concert Hall

✨ April 26th - 27th - Dream Maker Auction at the RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 26th –27th Jason Rouse Comedy Shows At Yuk Yuk's

✨ April 26th – 28th - The 23rd annual Rodarama at Red River Exhibition Place

✨ April 26th – 28th the Pa’Akai We Bring at MTYP Mainstage

✨ April 27th - The 2024 DASCH Possibilities Gala at the RBC Convention Centre

✨ April 27th - Spring Market at Pineridge Hollow in The Market Building

✨ April 28th - The Winnipeg Singers present Their Voices Resound at Winnipeg Art Gallery

✨ April 30th - The Best Is Yet To Come: Dusk Sings Bennett at Club Regent Event Centre

✨April 30th – May 5th - Winnipeg Comedy Festival at the Gas Station Arts Centre & Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ Discover a wide selection of art classes (drawing, painting, pottery, clay works, digital art and more) starting in April for children and adults at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Please visit the website for details 

We hope to see you at some of these events.  Happy Spring, everyone!


What to do in Winnipeg in March!

Well, March is here... and as they say: "In like a lion, out like a lamb"... well that better be the most quiet, lamb you ever did here.  

In all seriousness though, after the warm winter we've had, where snow had difficulty simply sticking to the ground, a last (and heavy) snowfall seems nice.  

We have assembled another list of What to Do in March.  For those that find this type of content interesting, I highly encourage you to signup for our newsletter HERE.  In this newsletter, we share a list of fun things coming up (similar to this), some insights, giveaways, and useful content.  I promise, it is nothing spammy and it is only once a month.  It is purely in place to keep our peeps "in the know".  

Without further adieu, here is what you came here for:

✨ Winnipeg Jets Home Game Schedule (all evening games this month)
  • March 5th Seattle Kraken
  • March 11th Washington Capitals
  • March 13th Nashville Predators
  • March 15th Anaheim Ducks
  • March 26th Edmonton Oilers
  • March 28th Vegas Golden Knights
  • March 30th Ottawa Senators
✨ Manitoba Moose Home Game Schedule
  • March 2nd Texas Stars, 2 p.m. start
  • March 3rd Texas Stars, 2 p.m. start
  • March 19th Grand Rapids Griffins, 10 a.m. start
  • March 20th Grand Rapids Griffins, 7 p.m. start
  • March 23rd Abbotsford Canucks, 2 p.m. start
  • March 24th Abbotsford Canucks, 2 p.m. start
  • March 27th Toronto Marlies, 7 p.m. start
  • March 29th Toronto Marlies, 2 p.m. start

✨ March 1st to March 23rd - Infinite Horizons at 125 Adelaide Street

✨ March 1st Passage to Freedom – Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion. At the Manitoba Museum

✨ March 1st on - First Fridays in The Exchange. Galleries, artists, shops and restaurants stay open late

✨ March 1st and 2nd - Winnipeg Whiskey Festival at The Fairmont

✨ March 1st to April 5th - Printed Flight // Lisa Matthias at Martha Street Studio

✨ March 2nd – Lake Shaker, annual winter party at Fort Whyte Alive

✨ March 2nd - Virtuosi Concerts presents With sick and famish’d eyes, at Winnipeg Art Gallery

✨ March 2nd - One Night With The King - 3 World Champion Performers! Club Regent Event Centre

✨ March 2nd - William Prince Joy Canadian Tour 2024 at Centennial Concert Hall

✨ March 2nd – The Great Canadian Road Trip: Doc Walker, Michelle Wright & Jason McCoy, at Club Regent Event Centre

✨ March 2nd and 3rd - WSO presents Sultans of String at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ March 3rd - The End Is Nye! An Evening with Bill Nye the Science Guy at Centennial Concert Hall

✨ March 4th - Big Sugar at Burton Cummings Theater

✨ March 4th - JOURNEY 50th Anniversary Tour at Canada Life Centre

✨ March 5th Alan Doyle Welcome Home Tour with Special guest Adam Baldwin at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ March 5th - Music ‘N’ Mavens presents From Bach to AC/DC at Rady Jewish Community Centre

✨ March 6th to 10th - Inhibition Exhibition 2024 at Crescent Fort Rouge United Church

✨ March 6th - Music ‘N’ Mavens presents Onna Lou Sings Songs of Latin America at Gwen Secter Creative Living Centre

✨ March 7th - Women's Day Concert by The Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra 3.0 at the West End Cultural Centre

✨ March 7th to 10th - Winnipeg Rock N' Gem Show - the LARGEST Gem and Mineral Show in Canada. Red River Exhibition Park.

✨ March 7th - WSO presents Pouliot Plays Sibelius at the Centennial Concert Hall

✨ March 7th - WSO presents Grieg UnTuxed at Centennial Concert Hall

✨ March 8th - Ministry with special guests Gary Numan and Front Line Assembly at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ March 8th and 9th - Bryan Hatt at Yuk Yuk’s Winnipeg

✨ March 8th to 23rd - Rise, Red River at Théâtre Cercle Molière

✨ March 9th - Evening Astropub. Enjoy food, drinks, and a trip through the stars! At FortWhyte Alive inside the Star Dome.

✨ March 9th - Sustainability Tours at The Leaf Tours start at 1:00 pm and are roughly 30 minutes long.

✨ March 9th to 10th - Matt Rife ProbleMATTic World Tour at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ March 9th and 10th - 2024 Canadian Senior & Yout Kyorugi and Poomsae National Championships at RBC Convention Centre

✨ March 9th & 10th - Pain to Power A Kanye West Musical Protest at The Rady Jewish Community Centre

✨ March 9th - PegSpo Winnipeg Sports Collectibles Expo Show at RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg

✨ March 9th & 10th - Royal Winnipeg Ballet presents Steppin’ Out at The Royal Winnipeg Ballet Founders' Studio

✨ March 10th – 16th Freeze Frame International Film Festival for Kids of All Ages at the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain

✨ March 12th - Music ‘N’ Mavens presents Tom Jobim: Where’s the Love? At Rady Jewish Community Centre

✨ March 12th – 13th - Jordan Welwood at Rumor's Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ March 13th - The Leaf After Dark: Adults Only Nights at the Leaf

✨ March 13th - Corb Lund - The El Viejo Release Tour with special guest 49 Winchester! At the Burton Cummings Theatre

✨March 14th - Music ‘N’ Mavens presents Groovin’ Through the 60s and 70s at the Rady Jewish Community Centre

✨ March 14th – 16th - Steph Tolev at Rumor's Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ March 15th - The Paper Kites and The Roadhouse Band at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ March 15th – 16th - Yuk Yuk’s Pro AM night featuring Damonde Tschritter at The Club Room

✨ March 15th – 16th - WSO presents Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™ at Centennial Concert Hall

✨March 15th – 17th - 2024 Cottage Country’s Lake & Cabin Show at Red River Exhibition Park

✨ March 16th - 2024 Gala Juste pour Rire des Rendez-vous de la francophonie at Centre culturel franco-manitobain - Salle Pauline Boutal

✨ March 17th - Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir presents The Music of Sir Paul McCartney at Cathédrale de Saint-Boniface

✨ March 18th - 2024 Champions of Magic – 5 World class Illusionists at Centennial Concert Hall

✨ March 18th - Skid Row and Buckcherry at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ March 19th - 2024 Diaspora - A Film by Deco Dawson Doors - at West End Cultural Centre

✨ March 19th to 23rd - Tony Woods at Rumor's Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ March 20th - Manitoba Chamber Orchestra presents Lara Secord-Haid at Crescent Arts Centre

✨ March 20th – 24th - a+dff Architecture + Design Film Festival Winnipeg at Cinematheque

✨ March 20th to April 13th - 2024 Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre presents The Lehman Trilogy at John Hirsch Mainstage

✨ March 21st - Music ‘N’ Mavens presents a Tribute to Tony Bennett at Rady Jewish Community Centre

✨ March 21st - Movie Nights at Dakota Community Centre

✨ March 22nd- 2024 Trans Canada Highway Men at Club Regent Event Centre

✨ March 22nd – 23rd - Katie-Ellen Humphries at Yuk Yuks Comedy Club

✨ March 22nd – 24th - 48th Annual Piston Ring World of Wheels at the RBC Convention Centre

✨ March 22nd – 24th - The Little Opera Company presents The Walk From The Garden Evening by Jonathan Dove Shows at St. John's Anglican Cathedral

✨ March 22nd – 23rd - 2nd annual Pitâw Mīno Muskîki Indigenous Handmade Spring Market at the Via Rail Union Station

✨ March 23rd - C4 - Central Canada Comics/Collectibles Show (Comic Book, Toy and Collectibles Show) at the Caboto Centre

✨ March 23rd – 24th – Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra presents Reeling In The Years: A Tribute to Steely Dan. At Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain.

✨ March 23rd – 24th - Winnipeg Women's Show at RBC Convention Centre

✨ March 23rd - WSO presents Stravinsky's Firebird at Centennial Concert Hall

✨ March 23rd-29th - Festival of Fools! Free family event held at The Forks during the school spring break

✨ March 25th - Warren Zeiders - Pretty Little Poison Tour with special guest Austin Williams at Burton Cummings Theatre

✨ March 26th – 30th - Kathleen McGee & Sean Lecomber at Rumor's Restaurant and Comedy Club

✨ March 26th - Music ‘N’ Mavens presents Lady Muse & The Inspirations at Rady Jewish Community Centre

✨ March 27th - 2024 Manitoba Chamber Orchestra presents Maria Brea at Crescent Arts Centre

✨ March 28th - 2024 Moonlit Melodies (acoustic concert) at FortWhyte Alive

✨ March 28th - Music ‘N’ Mavens presents A Trip to New Orleans by Dirty Catfish Brass Band at Rady Jewish Community Centre

✨ March 29th – 30th - Johnny Pogo at Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club

✨ March 29th & 30th - 2024 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity at WAG-Qaumajuq

✨ Until March 21st - Lights On The Exchange

✨ Until March 22nd - Edge of Darkness – Planetarium Show

✨ Until March 23rd - Flora of the Philippines at The Leaf

✨ Until March 24th - Learn About Polar Bears with CPAWS at Gateway to the Arctic, Winnipeg Zoo.

✨ Until March 24th - Guided Snowshoe Walks at Oak Hammock Marsh every Sunday

✨ Until March 29th – After Hours at Fort Whyte

✨ Until March 30th - The Snow Maze

✨ Until March 31st - In My Backyard – Planetarium Show

✨ Until April 30th - WAG@The Park presents a rotating series of exhibitions curated by WAG-Qaumajuq at The Pavilion at Assiniboine Park Conservancy

✨ Until May 23rd - Downtown Farmers' Market at Cityplace

✨ Until Augus 31st Beyond the Beat: Music of Resistance and Change at Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Want an event included in our next newsletter (for April)? Email us the details at  We hope to see you at some of these events!


What to do in Winnipeg in February

Among other fun Winnipeg contests, we send out a monthly newsletter that contains a "What to Do in Winnipeg" for the month.  Want to be sure you receive that list?  Signup for our Newsletter here:

We promise to not spam you - this newsletter list is purely to keep you in the loop about what is going on or relevant to Winnipeg!

Without further adieu, here is the goings-on for February, 2024:

✨ Amaze in Corn, Snow maze.  Open Now.  In St Adolphe, Manitoba.

✨ Nestaweya River Trail.  Parts are now open.  Check here:

✨ RAW:almond  January 25th to February 18th. Tickets still available!

✨ Free entry to Manitoba Provincial Parks from February 1st to 29th.

✨ Mid Canada RV and Boat Sale.  February 1st to 4th at the RBC Convention Centre.

✨ Musings: A Product of Contemplation.  a solo art exhibition by Shelley Remple.  February 1st to 13th at cre8ery gallery.

✨ Noir et Fier.  Black History Month 2024 at Cercle Molière Theater.  February 1st to 29th. Free admission.

✨ Alive in the Woods.  February 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th at Fort Whyte Alive.

✨ Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour February 3rd at Centennial Concert Hall.

✨ Prairie Strides Annual Super Flea Market.  February 3rd - 4th at Assiniboia Downs.

✨ Brett Kissel - The Compass Tour.  February 3rd at Club Regent Event Centre.

✨ Ram Motorsports Spectacular (The Monster Truck Challenge). February 3rd – 4th at Canada Life Centre.

✨ Feist Multitudes, Finale Tour 2024.  February 6th at Burton Cummings Theatre.

✨ Manitoba Tattoo Expo.  February 9th – 11th At Assiniboia Downs.

✨ Chelsea Handler Little Big B!#@& Tour (stand-up comedy). February 9th at Burton Cummings Theatre.

✨ Canadian International Comedy Film Festival.  February 10th at the Park Theatre.

✨ Sustainability Tour at The Leaf. February 10th

✨ WSO presents Classical Romance: Beethoven & Mozart. February 10th at Centennial Concert Hall.

✨ Living Prairie Museum Snowshoe Sundays (FREE one-hour rentals) No reservations required.  February 11th and 25th. for updates.

✨ Royal Winnipeg Ballet: Romeo & Juliet.  February 13th – 18th at Centennial Concert Hall.

✨ Valentine’s Dinner and Dance.  February 14th at Assiniboia Downs.

✨ The Mountain Top, John Hirsch Mainstage.  February 14th to March 9th at Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre.

✨ City and Colour with special guests Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and Ruby Waters.  February 15th at Canada Life Centre.

✨ Pantera.  February 16th at the Canada Life Centre

✨ Ron James.  February 16th at Club Regent Event Centre.

✨ The Problem with Pink.  February 16th – 24th at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People.

✨ Ne-Yo Live.  February 17th at the RBC Convention Centre.

✨ Summer Song. A solo exhibition by Shogo Okada (QB). Until February 16th at Martha Street Studio.

✨ Festival du Voyageur.  February 16th – 25th at Whittier Park.

✨ Le Rire Zone.  February 19th at the Franco-Manitoban Cultural Center.

✨ Winnipeg Wellness Expo.  February 17th – 18th at the RBC Convention Centre.

✨ Manitoba Moose vs Milwaukee Admirals. Two games: February 17th and 19th at the Canada Life Centre.

✨ Manitoba Moose vs Calgary Wranglers. Two games: February 23rd and 24th at the Canada Life Centre.

✨ The Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival.  February 20th – 25th at North Kildonan MB Church.

✨ High Valley - Small Town Somethin' Tour.  February 23rd at Club Regent Event Centre.

✨ It Takes Two - Tribute to Tina Turner & Rod Stewart.  February 24th at Club Regent Event Centre.

✨ WSO presents A Symphonic Journey: Tan Dun, Debussy & Still.  February 24th at Centennial Concert Hall.

✨ Wonderful Wedding Show.  February 24th – 25th.  RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg.

✨ WSO presents Cirque Symphonique.  February 25th at Centennial Concert Hall.

✨ Ice Cube in Concert.  February 28th at Canada Life Centre.

✨ Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre presents The Piano Teacher February 28th to March 16th at Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre.

✨Winnipeg Jets Home Game Schedule

  • February 10th Jets vs Pittsburgh Penguins
  • February 14th Jets vs San Jose Sharks
  • February 20th Jets vs Minnesota Wild
  • February 25th Jets vs Arizona Coyotes
  • February 27th Jets vs St Louis Blues

✨ Fields …. (Rinks, Courts, and Lanes) of Dreams at Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame (145 Pacific Avenue).  Until April 30th.  Self-guided tours are free. Group tours are $5 per person. Features artifacts from:

  • Bowling Hall of Fame of Manitoba
  • Football Manitoba Hall of Fame
  • Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum
  • Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame & Museum
  • Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum
  • Manitoba Golf Hall of Fame & Museum
  • Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Manitoba Lacrosse Hall of Fame & Museum
  • Manitoba Rugby Hall of Fame
  • Manitoba Softball Hall of Fame & Museum

✨ Candlelight concerts (multi-sensory musical experience)

  • February 2nd at 8:30pm - A Tribute to Queen and More at Winnipeg Art Gallery
  • February 10th at 6:30pm or 8:30pm - A Tribute to Adele at Crescent Arts Centre
  • February 14th at 6.30 pm or 8.30 pm Valentine's Day Special ft. "Romeo and Juliet" and More  at The Manitoba Museum - the performance will take place inside of the Planetarium space
  • February 16th at 6:30pm or 8:30pm - Romantic Jazz Special ft. Frank Sinatra, Michael Bublé and more at the Winnipeg Art Gallery
  • February 24th at 6.30 pm or 8.30 pm A Tribute to Taylor Swift at the Winnipeg Art Gallery

✨ Keeping Time: The Art and Heritage of Mennonite Clocks until February 29th at The Manitoba Museum.

✨ The Manitoba Museum presents DOME@HOME, a weekly series of FREE virtual programming inviting Manitobans to explore the universe.  On now until October.  Thursdays from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

✨ St. Norbert Farmers’ Market.  Every Saturday at St Norbert Farmers’ Market.

Hope to see you at some of these events!


What to do in Winnipeg in the Winter with local Realtor, Sam Scribilo!

Winnipeg winters often get a bad reputation. Yes, it is cold! But because of our extreme cold temperatures, there are a lot of experiences to get out and enjoy that are unique to our cold climate.

I really enjoy Winnipeg winters (maybe this has something to do with me pretty much being raised in an ice rink) But I promise there is no reason to stay indoors and hibernate this Winter! There are so many things to do here in Winnipeg over the winter and we should consider ourselves lucky as some of them are very unique and cannot be experienced anywhere else! Here is a list of some of my favorite outdoor winter activities offered here in Winnipeg.

Skating on The Nestaweya River Trail

This is one of my favorite Winnipeg winter activities, I find that when the river trail opens up each year I finally dust off my figure skates and enjoy a few outdoor skating sessions. You can access the river trail from The Forks, but there are also many access points along the trail. Each year you will find warming huts along the trail which are the product of an Arts and Architecture competition. – This year there were over 122 submissions from over 30 countries. Six new warming hut designs will join old favorites along the river this year. If Ice skating is not your thing don’t worry you can also enjoy the trail by foot, cross country skis, or even big tire bikes! Equipment can be rented at The Forks.

Celebrate “Joie de Vivre” at Festival de Voyager

What to do in the Winter in WinnipegFestival de voyager is the largest winter festival in western Canada and once a year Saint Boniface (Winnipeg’s French quarter) is transformed into a “winter paradise”. Voyageur, Metis, and first nations histories are brought back to life through historical interpretation as well as throughout the attractions within voyageur park. The festival de voyager has something for all ages! You will find traditional cuisine, an ice bar, snow sculptures, live entertainment as well as recreational and educational activities for kids.

Check out festival de voyager this winter between February 17th- February 26th 2023

Explore Fort Whyte Alive

Fort Whyte Alive is a nature center and a wildlife refuge that aims to connect individuals to nature. They offer over 640 acres of protected green space and daily activities and programs. In the winter you can hit the trails via snow shoes, skis, or big tire bikes. You can also try your hand at ice fishing! Fort Whyte alive is home to the “Richardson Rrunn” toboggan slide which sends tobogganers onto the frozen lake. If you are looking to try a new winter activity check out fort Whyte Alive’s winter programming. They rent equipment and encourage embracing the cold weather to enjoy sparkling snow and crisp winter air.

Challenge the Snow Maze at Amaze in Corn

Head out to A Maze in Corn to challenge the largest snowy maze. A Maze in Corn is home to The Guinness Book of World Record's Largest Snow Maze! You will also find snow carvings and buildings, a slide down Snow Mountain, a giant luge run, bonfires to keep warm, and a variety of snow games. After the fun, you can warm up with a cup of hot chocolate, or an adult drink at The Snow Bar. The snow maze usually opens in January weather/ snow depending

Enjoy the festive Zoo lights at Assiniboine Zoo

Take in the light spectacular “Zoo Lights” this holiday season. During the holiday season, Assiniboine zoo creates a stunning winter wonderland for the whole family to enjoy. Not only are there a ton of light displays, but you can also mingle and enjoy a drink at the Ice Bar, try some tasty treats, and listen to live music and entertainment.

This year Zoo lights runs from Dec. 1st 2022- Jan. 8th 2023

Relax at Thermea by Nordik Spa-Nature

So I know, this one is open all year round but my favorite time to enjoy this Scandinavian Nordic spa is during the winter months. Spend the afternoon relaxing in a winter wonderland at Winnipeg’s premier outdoor spa. The facility includes steam rooms, Finnish saunas, relaxation chambers, heated hammocks, numerous fire pits, and much more.

This is not an extensive list by any means as “Winterpeg” truly does have so much to offer throughout the winter season. So try to get out and enjoy some fresh crisp air this Winter season, you won’t regret it!

Top real estate agent in winnipeg#AgentSam

Samantha Scribilo

Tel: (204) 960-8851


The Top Things I Love About Winnipeg!

Over the last year I have helped several families move into this amazing Province and it really got me thinking about why I love this city. Initially, I moved to Winnipeg from North Western Ontario (NOW) to attend the University of Manitoba and play hockey. I was never keen on the idea of living in Winnipeg mostly because it was too close to home and at the age of 18 you feel like you need your own space to grow. However, the city grew on me very quickly and honestly, I can’t imagine living anywhere else, even when it is -40! There are so many things to love about Winnipeg but here are a couple of my favourites!

Best Restaurants in WinnipegThe Food Cultural: I love food. I love cooking. So, the fact that Winnipeg is known for its food culture makes me very happy! Everywhere you go in this city there is a restaurant waiting for you. There is such a variety from Asian, tapas, traditional Indigenous, French, Italian, American, Indian, honestly you name it, you can find it in Winnipeg. I wish I had more time to explore more restaurants. Often times we get stuck in what is easy and comfortable, but I try and make a goal of trying a new restaurant every month in hopes of keeping it interesting! My most recent favourite is Harth Mozza and Wine Bar.

If you’re wanting to be more hands-on and experiment in your own kitchen, try taking some cooking classes. There are a number of different organizations that offer speciality classes. Something I have always wanted to do but never done. Maybe I’ll make it part of my 2022 goals! If you have any suggestions, please send them my way.

Real Estate: Yes, I realize I might be a little biased on this one, and I’m sure you have heard it before, Winnipeg is one of the most affordable cities in all of Canada. Yes, we aren’t a major hub like Vancouver, Calgary or Toronto, but if you are looking to put down some roots, start a family, start investing or expand your investing portfolio - Winnipeg is an exciting and affordable city to do that in. The average price for a single family detached home in Winnipeg is coming in just under $400,000. While other cities like Calgary or Halifax have much higher average prices for homes of closer to $500,000, and don’t even get me started on Vancouver and Toronto where you would need a much large commitment of $1M plus just to break into the market. Winnipeg has always seemed like a smart and safe investment to me!

The Nature Trails and Parks : As you know by now I grew up in NWO. I spent a lot of time outdoors, camping, fishing, sports, etc. Nature and getting outdoors is something that is very important to me and my family. Winnipeg (and surrounding area) has spectacular parks and trails. Parks like Assiniboine, St Vital Park, La Barriere are popular destinations for my family as well as many fellow Winnipegers! They always have so much going on. You can choose to get caught up in the excitement of the crowds or relax and enjoy the serenity. I also have a couple parks closer to home that I take my dog, Provie, and my son, Gavin, to on a weekly basis. There are so many parks with lovely walking trails, I feel guilty for not exploring them more but honestly there are so many it is sometimes hard to choose!

Fort Whyte Alive is something I haven’t explored enough but it needs to be highlighted. It is 660 acres of green space in the middle of the city. They provide programming, natural settings, and facilities for environmental education, outdoor recreation, and social enterprise. In so doing, FortWhyte promotes awareness and understanding of the natural world and actions leading to sustainable living. They have endless things to do: tours, biking, water sports, snowshoeing, ski trails, skating, fit pits. Honesty, there is no way I could fully explain what Fort Whyte Alive is, you need to explore it for yourself.


Culturally Diverse: Winnipeg is one of the most diverse cities in all of Canada. We have a lot of larger industries that attract people with all kinds of backgrounds; manufacturing, aerospace, agribusiness, creative industries, energy and environment, financial industries, information, communications and technology, life sciences, tourism, transportation, distribution and the list goes on. Did you know that there are at least 100 different languages spoken here?  Incredible! Folklorama is a terrific two-week annual festival that explores the multicultural diversity of Manitoba. It allows all of the cultures within our province to showcase their uniqueness during the festival in August. I usually get to 1 or 2 of the pavilions each year and I have never been disappointed!

Realtor working in South WinnipegManitoba Museum: The Manitoba Museum is the province’s largest, not-for-profit centre for heritage and science learning. They pride themselves on the interpretation of Manitoba’s rich and diverse history and do a wonderful job at it. There are also Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits, which I haven’t visited yet but need to in the near future. The Museum’s collections are based off the heritage of Manitoba and other regions of the world. There are nine interpretive galleries to explore each with their unique qualities and attractions. The Museum is known for its three-dimensional walk-through galleries. One of which is a full-size 17th-century sailing vessel, and the Urban Gallery, which takes you back in time to Winnipeg during the 1920s. Full disclosure, I hadn’t been to the Manitoba Museum in about 10-15 years but I went a couple weeks ago with my 3-year-old son and it was amazing! I thought my son would only be interested in the “big ship” but he was interested in everything. They have done an amazing job renovating and upgrading the facility. We could have spent the entire day in there – the ship alone is pretty spectacular!

The Forks: This one is a classic and I think most people have heard of this meeting place but I need to mention it. The Forks is such a special place. It is located at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. The area as been transformed over the last 30 years, from Indigenous trading grounds to abandoned railyard and now The Forks. Their goal:

“The Forks shall be developed as a meeting place a special and distinct, all-season gathering and recreational place at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers, through a mixed-use approach including recreational, historical and cultural, institutional and supportive commercial uses.”

Everyone should experience The Fork at one time or another in the life, and may I add in every season! The grounds have so much to offer in the spring, summer, fall and my favourite - the winter!

So please join me, in exploring Winnipeg and if you have any other recommendations, please be sure to share in the comments section below!

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