Avoid the cold weather and darkness and participate in safe trick-or-treat locations around Winnipeg including shopping malls, and community centres.
UWPG Film Fest, Giant Photographic Garage Sale, 24 Shows in 24 Hours, Body, Mind, and Spirit Show
Cineplex Community Day, Halloween Hits, Halloween at Birds Hill Park, Rock & Mineral Show, Holistic Expo
Free Things to do in Winnipeg This Weekend September 22-24 A list of free weekend events is usually posted every Thursday before 7:00 PM. This page is best viewed horizontally if using a smart phone. If you are planning to go to an event, please click on “More Info” and read carefully. Check if it needs RSVP[…]
Free Things to do in Winnipeg This Weekend September 8-10 A list of free weekend events is usually posted every Thursday before 7:00 PM. This page is best viewed horizontally if using a smart phone. If you are planning to go to an event, please click on “More Info” and read carefully. Check if it needs RSVP[…]
Here’s the schedule for Free Skate at multiple locations across the City of Winnipeg, starting September 10.
There is no membership fee or monthly commitment to join JobJar. Jobjar is looking for people interested in working in the construction area (carpenters, electricians, masons, painters, etc …), part time. JobJar is a company that was born in Calgary and because of demand they are expanding to your area. They generate you work, you[…]
Looking directly at the Sun is unsafe except during the brief total phase of a solar eclipse (“totality”), when the Moon entirely blocks the Sun’s bright face, which will happen only within the narrow path of totality. The only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed Sun is through special-purpose solar[…]
During July 26 – 30, Winnipeg will be bustling with free things to do! Check them out! Winnipeg Fringe Winnipeg is home to the Winnipeg Fringe, the 2nd largest event of its kind in North America. Along with very cheap tickets to independent theatre at $11 per show, it has an outdoor stage that is free[…]
Here’s a list of places where you can use your free Parks Canada Discovery Pass. Click on the images to look at the Google Map Street View of the locations. Also scroll down to the bottom to check out what is free and what is not free. Forts Rouge, Garry and Gibraltar National Historic Site[…]