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Events the week starting August 24

August 24
  • The Forks Farmers' Market

    Sundays 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Plaza Parking Lot

    Swing by The Forks to stock up on farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, delicious, homemade jams and preserves as well as some crafty gifts. With 32 vendors altogether, this is a central Farmers' Market you won't want to miss!

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August 26
  • Forks Run Club

    July 8, 15, 22 & 29 | 6pm| Forks Market, Pancake House Doors
    Join other Winnipeg runners every Tuesday evening for a weekly fun run. Open to all runners and all paces. For more information email: runforksmarket@gmail.com
     

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August 28
  • S.M.A.R.T. Zumba Class

    9:30am & 10:30am | Tower Atrium
    Zesty Latin music paired with easy to follow dance moves will get you fit and boost your energy level. The FREE class is open to all ages and all levels of fitness, registration at 9:15 and 10:15am, maximum of 25 participants per class.
     

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August 29
  • The Prairie Barge Festival

    Manitoba and Saskatchewan artists team up for three days of music, art and culture showcasing the diverse talent of the Prairies. Featuring performances from a diverse collection of acclaimed artists, an outdoor art market celebrating local visual artists and craft producers, and a special projection of the Labour Day Classic courtesy of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. 

    The complete lineup and schedule will be released later in August.

    The Prairie Barge Festival is presented by founding legacy partner, Winnipeg Arts Council, Manitoba Music, and Creative Saskatchewan.
     

    The Forks Signature Event

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August 30
  • The Prairie Barge Festival

    Manitoba and Saskatchewan artists team up for three days of music, art and culture showcasing the diverse talent of the Prairies. Featuring performances from a diverse collection of acclaimed artists, an outdoor art market celebrating local visual artists and craft producers, and a special projection of the Labour Day Classic courtesy of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. 

    The complete lineup and schedule will be released later in August.

    The Prairie Barge Festival is presented by founding legacy partner, Winnipeg Arts Council, Manitoba Music, and Creative Saskatchewan.
     

    The Forks Signature Event

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August 31
  • The Forks Farmers' Market

    Sundays 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Plaza Parking Lot

    Swing by The Forks to stock up on farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, delicious, homemade jams and preserves as well as some crafty gifts. With 32 vendors altogether, this is a central Farmers' Market you won't want to miss!

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  • The Prairie Barge Festival

    Manitoba and Saskatchewan artists team up for three days of music, art and culture showcasing the diverse talent of the Prairies. Featuring performances from a diverse collection of acclaimed artists, an outdoor art market celebrating local visual artists and craft producers, and a special projection of the Labour Day Classic courtesy of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. 

    The complete lineup and schedule will be released later in August.

    The Prairie Barge Festival is presented by founding legacy partner, Winnipeg Arts Council, Manitoba Music, and Creative Saskatchewan.
     

    The Forks Signature Event

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September 6
  • Fall Fishing Derby

    10am - 2pm | under the Canopy
    Come and enjoy a fantastic fishing derby along the Assiniboine River.  Donations may be made to Marymound School. Prizes for adult and youth. Bring your own fishing equipment and bait.

     

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September 7
  • The Forks Farmers' Market

    Sundays 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Plaza Parking Lot

    Swing by The Forks to stock up on farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, delicious, homemade jams and preserves as well as some crafty gifts. With 32 vendors altogether, this is a central Farmers' Market you won't want to miss!

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September 10
  • Manito Ahbee Festival Opening Ceremonies

    Oodena Celebration CIrcle
    Kick off the Manito Ahbee Festival with the lighting of the scared fire.
     

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September 11
  • One Day, One Minute, One Heart Location

    10:30 am |12:30 pm
    Elementary school children will be bringing their peace messages to The Forks followed by a peace walk.

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  • CNIB Night Steps

    6:30 | under the Canopy 
    Celebrate a fun, five-kilometer night walk with music, family and Friends! Funds raised support vital CNIB services such as teaching independent travel using a white cane. To register and learn more about CNIB Night Steps, Vist cnibnightsteps.ca 


     

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September 14
  • The Forks Farmers' Market

    Sundays 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Plaza Parking Lot

    Swing by The Forks to stock up on farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, delicious, homemade jams and preserves as well as some crafty gifts. With 32 vendors altogether, this is a central Farmers' Market you won't want to miss!

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September 20
  • Canadian Museum for Human Rights Official Opening Weekend

    Canadians are invited to join in a full weekend of free events and performances on September 20 and 21 in celebration of the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. 

    More than 25 daytime performances and activities at multiple outdoor locations around The Forks from morning until late afternoon on Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 21

    Special free "preview tours" through select Museum galleries from morning until late afternoon on the Saturday and Sunday. 

    FREE Canadian Concert for Human Rights
    Saturday, September 20, Festival Park

    Performers include: Bruce Cockburn,  A Tribe Called Red, Marie-Pierre Arthur, Shad, Ashley MacIsaac, and Buffy Sainte-Marie.


     

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September 21
  • Canadian Museum for Human Rights Official Opening Weekend

    Canadians are invited to join in a full weekend of free events and performances on September 20 and 21 in celebration of the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. 

    More than 25 daytime performances and activities at multiple outdoor locations around The Forks from morning until late afternoon on Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 21

    Special free "preview tours" through select Museum galleries from morning until late afternoon on the Saturday and Sunday. 

    FREE Canadian Concert for Human Rights
    Saturday, September 20, Festival Park

    Performers include: Bruce Cockburn,  A Tribe Called Red, Marie-Pierre Arthur, Shad, Ashley MacIsaac, and Buffy Sainte-Marie.


     

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  • The Forks Farmers' Market

    Sundays 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Plaza Parking Lot

    Swing by The Forks to stock up on farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, delicious, homemade jams and preserves as well as some crafty gifts. With 32 vendors altogether, this is a central Farmers' Market you won't want to miss!

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September 27
  • Unveiling of Upper Fort Garry Heritage Provincial Park

    11:15 am to 3 pm | Upper Fort Garry
    Join The Friends of Upper Fort Garry as they officially unveil the first portion of this long anticipated project.
    In 2007, the Friends met a 107 day challenge and forever saved the site of Upper Fort Garry. Today, it is poised to reclaim its position as one of the most historically important places in Canada. The celebration includes an official unveiling followed by an afternoon of music, storytelling and dancing. upperfortgarry.com
     

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September 28
  • The Forks Farmers' Market

    Sundays 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Plaza Parking Lot

    Swing by The Forks to stock up on farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, delicious, homemade jams and preserves as well as some crafty gifts. With 32 vendors altogether, this is a central Farmers' Market you won't want to miss!

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October 3
  • The Brush-off!

    7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. | The Children's Museum

    Fifteen artists will test their skills and creativity through four elimination rounds of this live painting competition. Through vote casting, guests will determine who makes it through each round and which artist will ultimately become the night’s champion.

    37 original pieces of art will be created in front of everyone’s watching eyes. It’s all or nothing in this competition – there are no do-overs. Guests can take a piece from the evening home by placing a winning bid in support of the Children’s Museum. A progressive silent auction will also occur throughout the night.

    Proceeds generated will enable the museum to enhance exhibits, create educational programs, and help fund the Free2Play Access Program which provides free museum visits to underprivileged children in our community.

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October 4
  • Children’s Wish Foundation’s Wishmaker Walk

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