Many interesting events are going on in the RMBR. This page will help keep you up-to-date with what’s going on. You don’t want to miss out!
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Come visit the Native Species Garden at 61 2nd Street NE
APRIL 1-9 Dauphin Arts Fest Dauphin
Interested in the Arts – a great week full of a multitude of events – Artisan Markets, tile painting for Canada’s 150th, indigenous beading workshop, piano, indigenous hand drum making improve and more!
APRIL 6-8 Neepawa & District Fine Arts Festival Neepawa
Awards, trophies, programs, workshops and more!
APRIL 7-8 Manitoba Maple Syrup Festival McCreary
McCreary’s Manitoba Maple Syrup Festival celebrates by experience the local producers, the culture, the heritage and the land that dominates this region.
APRIL 28-29 Ukrainian Dance Competition Dauphin
Come and watch the marvellous Ukrainian Dancers as they compete throughout the weekend!
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You are invited to celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary with the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve! Participate in a yearlong activity highlighting the people, places, cultural locations and festivals of the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve, which includes Riding Mountain National Park as its core protected area and the 12 municipalities that surround the Park. Each time you visit one of the highlighted “Reasons” take a “selfie” and submit it to the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve to be entered into our monthly prize draws. At the end of 2017, one lucky participant will win our “150 Reasons” grand prize!
How many Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve attractions can you visit in 2017?