Manitoba Day Celebrated Early This Weekend

Manitoba Day Celebrated Early This Weekend

Manitoba Wheat FieldThe Manitoba Museum is celebrating Manitoba Day two days early on Saturday with a range of public festivities.

The museum will highlight its newest exhibit, “We Are All Treaty People,” with public displays from Manitoba-themed organizations, and provincial curling champion Reid Carruthers and three-time Paralympic wheelchair rugby medallist Jason Funk will also stop by.

Those who bring their appetite will also get to indulge in Cake-itoba (the Great Manitoba Day Cake-Off).

Admission is free and activities run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Manitoba Day is officially May 12.

— Staff

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