The Assiniboine Park’s trolley will begin providing free transportation at The Forks on Saturday.
Park and zoo visitors can hop on the trolley to head downtown, catching a ride at multiple locations throughout the park.
The Assiniboine Park Conservancy says longtime sponsor Canad Inns has bowed out of Canada Day programming for 2018 after the culmination of Canada’s 150th birthday last year.
The Assiniboine Park Conservancy is recruiting volunteers for the busy summer season, looking to fill roles at a variety of locations across the park and zoo.
About 150 volunteers are needed, with at least half of those going to youth aged 14 to 19.
Another Winnipeg skating trail is opening in time for the holidays.
The Terry Fox Fitness Trail opens Saturday at Assiniboine Park.
WINNIPEG — Cyclists can now tune up their rides in Assiniboine Park with the installation of a new bike maintenance station.
Located between the Lyric Theatre and the Riley Family Duck Pond, the station includes an air pump, Allen wrenches, Philips and flat head screwdrivers, a pedal wrench, headset wrench, box wrenches, and tire levers.
Trudeau made the funding announcement Saturday towards Canada’s Diversity Gardens, a $75 million project scheduled to open in late 2019.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet (RWB) will kick off their 78th season with three free performances at Assiniboine Park later this month.
The Ballet In The Park performances will start nightly at 7:30 p.m. at the Lyric Theatre stage July 26-28.
A full lineup of music, movies and art exhibitions are planned this summer at Assiniboine Park.
The concert series kicks off June 22 with the Winnipeg Pops Orchestra before Symphony in the Park with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra on July 5.