PO Box 221
Manitou, MB R0G1G0

1-877-324-6645
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City of Morden

City of Morden (6)

Monday, 16 December 2019 21:07

Rush Laser Tag & Entertainment

Laser tag is an exciting, fast-paced game where you compete for high scores locally and around the world. You can play in free-for-all games or as part of a team. Each game takes 20 minutes including time for an explanation of the game, dividing into teams and equipping you with laser tag gear.

Rush Laser Tag & Entertainment proudly utilizes state-of-the-art Gen7 Supernova equipment, made in Laserforce’s US headquarters. Each battle-suit has 20 hit sensors, 12 full-colour LEDs, shoulder speakers with digital speech & SFX, and a 2-handed phaser with a special feature button for advanced abilities. And our Laserforce system offers a unique handicap & power-up system to keep things challenging game after game.

With over 20 different unique game types, plus countless more variations, laser tag at Rush Laser Tag & Entertainment never gets old!

Monday, 16 December 2019 20:55

Winkler Arts & Culture

Winkler Arts and Culture, Inc. is a volunteer organization whose mission is focused on providing opportunities to share art in its various forms while celebrating the culture that brings art alive. Winkler Arts and Culture is dedicated to providing opportunities to teach, share and celebrate artistic and cultural expression, through education, programs and a community space.

Monday, 16 December 2019 20:51

Pembina Hills Arts Council

The Pembina Hills Arts Council has its roots in a small group of local artists who came together in 1988 to cooperatively exhibit and sell their works and to create opportunities to highlight the artistic talents of the Pembina Valley region. These early initiatives led to one of the main parts of our mandate which is to foster, support and provide opportunities for artistic professional development to area residents. To that end, our approach has been to focus on developing a strong exhibition program with an emphasis on regional artists; renovating and making improvements to our building to better display exhibited works.

Monday, 16 December 2019 20:46

Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre

GALLERIES

Our galleries provide a great interpretation of life in the Western Interior Seaway from the late Cretaceous period of earth’s pre history. Our extensive collection of marine reptile fossils is the largest in Canada and is very well represented in our gallery space.

FOSSIL DIG TOURS

The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre annually conducts Fossil Dig Adventure Tours for children, families, and earth science enthusiasts of all ages.

MUSEUM TOURS & WORKSHOPS

The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre annually conducts Fossil Dig Adventure Tours for children, families, and earth science enthusiasts of all ages.

RESEARCH

Our research is conducted in our laboratory and collections room. The collections room contains over 1000 fossil specimens and houses a fossil mold & replication station. The collections room has over 1000 containing around 900 fossils specimens, there are further workstations and a mold and replication workstation. Our volunteer program is a great success and much of our prep work in the lab and fossil replication is conducted by trained volunteers. This is rather unique, but it works very well. The fossil collection is now digitized and uploaded onto the website for perusal by researchers worldwide. We also have numerous scientific journals published with more which are work in progress.

EDUCATION KITS

The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre has created 3 Education Kits for use by teachers in their classrooms. The kits focus on the following topics: Dinosaurs & Evolution, Habitats, Rock & Minerals. Each kit is available for teachers to use. Please contact our Program & Volunteer Coordinator – Yevgeniya Tatarenko (822-3406) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information on this program.

Wednesday, 06 November 2019 16:46

Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum

Regular Hours:
Year-round 8:00 am to 10:00 pm daily except Christmas & New Years

About the Museum:

The Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is unique to Manitoba. The Museum carries Manitoba baseball memorabilia and archives. The annual induction ceremony is held during the first Saturday in June. Self-guided tours are available to the public.

Tuesday, 05 November 2019 15:15

Pembina Threshermen's Museum