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Manitou, MB R0G1G0

1-877-324-6645
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Tuesday, 01 September 2020 18:08

Trehene 2020 Virtual Run for the Hills

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Sunday, 19 July 2020 21:14

Treherne Kinette Club 1st Annual Car Rally

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Scavenger hunt on wheels offering 2 different routes.

Wednesday, 24 June 2020 21:21

New Moon Youth Group

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July 9 to August 27 5-8 pm Thursday Evenings $70 for all or $10 drop-in.

Food, local farm tours, crafts, outdoor learning and more ages 12-15

Monday, 20 July 2020 21:16

New Moon Kids Camp

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Fun-filled outdoor learning, crafts, and more camp. ages 7-11 $75

Thursday, 04 June 2020 19:22

Louise GO Challenge

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Introducing to you our new summer challenge called the #GoLouiseChallenge

Every week we will be announcing a new challenge for you to complete somewhere within the Municipality of Louise. When you complete the challenge, take a picture WITH you in it to prove you did it, then email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name in the email and the challenge you are doing!

Beginning June 1st and running until September 6th, we will announce a new challenge every single week. Don’t worry, if you aren’t able to do that activity during the week it’s posted, that’s okay! We will accept all challenge pictures until September 6th.

This is a fun activity for you to do as a family, or individually, and gets you exploring our wonderful municipality! Did we mention there is also a winner announced at the end of the summer?! That’s right! For every challenge you do, and email us the picture of you doing it, your name will get entered into the end of summer draw for an awesome prize pack!

We would also love to see your pictures on social media too, using the hashtag #GoLouiseChallenge

Stay tuned to our Facebook page or the Sentinel Courier newspaper each week to hear the challenge announcement for that week!

Saturday, 17 October 2020 16:33

Fall Supper Plum Coulee

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Mennonite cuisine

Admission:$15.00 for adults; $6 for children age 12 and older.

Saturday, 03 October 2020 05:01

Roland Pumpkin Fair

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The Roland Pumpkin Fair falls on the first Saturday of October. In 2020 it will be on Saturday, October 3, 2020. The Roland Pumpkin Fair showcases and focuses on the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth weigh-off; who has the largest homegrown pumpkin in the area. The Fair also has other events, such as family entertainment, food vendors, school exhibits, car displays, and much more!

Friday, 18 September 2020 20:32

St Jean Derby

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September 18th & 19th, 2020

In the small community of St. Jean Baptiste Manitoba, located in the heart of the Red River Valley, you will find one of Canada’s premier ATV derbies.  This is an annual event which is held on the 3rd weekend of September and has been running for over 15 years.

St. Jean Baptiste is a community with about 500 people and on derby weekend, the population more than triples.  The reason this event is so successful for this community is the organizing committee, volunteers and our landowners.

Our first year consisted of 75 machines and a total of $2000.00 raised. Now, over 15 years later, we average 1200 machines and 1500 participants.  We have raised a total of approximately $250,000.00 for our small community, something we are all very proud of.  Many committees within our town are recipients to this fundraiser such as; St. Jean Fire Department, St. Jean Arena, HOK Festival, Étoiles de l’Rouge daycare, ringette & hockey teams, St. Jean Church as well as other projects that have been or are being completed in the community.

The weekend event takes about 150 volunteers in order for this to run so smoothly and the community, year after year, comes together and makes it happen.  The volunteering doesn’t just start derby weekend, there are months of preparations to be done.  We have crews that work tirelessly for weeks in the trails to make sure they are all ready & safe for our participants.  We started over 15 years ago with chainsaws, muscle power and mowers, now have the ability to rent skidsteers and still use a few chainsaws.  A lot of work goes in to make sure all trails are safe for everyone to ride.

Our landowners definitely deserve a big THANK YOU!  Without the permission of the landowners to access their property, our derby would never be able to run.

Our trail which is about 40 kilometres in length is located along the scenic Red River and is never really more than 3 kilometres away from town. We start off the weekend with “Friday Night Lights” mud bog contests and evening entertainment.  Then we roll out Saturday morning with registration, silent auction & quad raffle tickets before you hit the trail.  Lunch can be found about halfway through the trail, with homemade soups, chilli, burgers, hot dogs, snacks & drinks.  With the check stops along the way, you can take a rest to enjoy riding through mud holes or watch the machines go tearing through or getting stuck.  Upon return to the park, you can enjoy supper from one of our vendors, canteen or just stick around for the draw for prizes and the evening entertainment.

Sunday, 18 October 2020 20:23

St. Joseph Fall Supper

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French Canadian Cuisine, including roast beef, meat pies, ragout and home-made desserts.

$15: Adults / $5: 6 to 10 / Free: 5 & under

Sunday, 12 July 2020 19:55

Harness Racing

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