Although some events are free they require registration or RSVP. Please check if the event you’re going to has requirements to avoid disappointment.
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May 1 - Sept 29. 12-4 PM. An exhibit celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike. Explore issues such as justice, authority, and violenceFind out more »
11 AM – 4 PM. For those of us here who own an EV, LEAF, Model S or otherwise: MEVA (Manitoba Electric Vehicle Association) organizes an annual EV event with the purpose of showcasing EVs to the general public.Find out more »
12 PM – 6 PM. During The WRENCH @ The Forks drop-in, the general public will be able to fix their bicycle with the assistance of WRENCH staff and volunteers.Find out more »
7:30 PM – 10 PM. Join us for a night ride and see how the these public works light up the night sky. Tour participants are responsible to provide a bike and helmet.Find out more »
12 PM – midnight. Beer Gardens • Vintage Vendor Village • Handmade Local Wares • Face Painting • Bouncy Castle & More! Sherbrook Street between Wolseley and Westminster Ave.Find out more »
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2:50 PM – 8 PM. Family, friends, and neighbours will get together to enjoy the music and dance of Bon Odori. Learn and appreciate Japanese local tradition and history. Ticket required.Find out more »
Ladies in Free until 11pm on Fridays. The Palomino Club is a live music venue. Featuring great tunes and bands playing all the best music from the past and present to all your current favourites accompanied by Winnipeg’s BEST DJ’sFind out more »
2-3 PM. Discover what small critters can be found off the shore of Kingfisher Lake and how they fit into the web of life. Dip nets and buckets will be provided!Find out more »
ALMOST FREE ($5 AND UNDER)