Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre

Escape to the peaceful wilderness of Oak Hammock Marsh. Located only 20 kilometers North of Winnipeg, on highway 67, between the town of Stonewall and the city of Selkirk. The Centre is fully accessible.

Fort Whyte Alive

FortWhyte Alive is dedicated to providing 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.

Graffiti Art Programming Inc

The Graffiti Gallery is a community art centre located in Point Douglas neighbourhood of Winnipeg.Graffiti Gallery uses art as a tool to develop individual self-confidence, to empower people and to save lives. This organization has been credited as an early pioneer in Canada in the urban art form.

Pow Wow Trail

Powwows are celebrations that showcase Aboriginal music, dances, dance apparel, food and crafts. They typically take place on reserves and in urban centres across Canada during summer weekends. Modern powwows originated in the Great Plains during the late 19th century and now take place in Aboriginal communities across North America. Aboriginals and non-Aboriginals attend powwows, and many opportunities exist for visitors to learn about Aboriginal life and increase their awareness of Aboriginal culture.

Welcome to this listing of upcoming pow wows for Manitoba.

May 2, 2015

Art City


Art City is a not-for-profit community arts centre dedicated to providing people of all ages with high-quality arts programming, free-of-charge.
Art City’s primary goal is to provide the opportunity and a safe environment for anyone who wishes to express him or herself creatively.



PO Box 54024
Silver Heights PO
Winnipeg, MB
R3J 0L5

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