|Friday, July 1 (View map of this day's events)|
Everyone is welcome to join the fun at CFB Shilo’s Canada Day celebrations. Popular country music star Aaron Lines will headline the evening stage. Other entertainers include award winning fiddle player Stephanie Cadman, recording artists Small Town Pistols, and show host and comedian Pete Zedlacher. The RCA Museum will be open all day featuring a new exhibit dedicated to the First World War’s Battle of the Somme. The whole family can get in on the fun with laser tag, an obstacle course, and more. Event starts at 1500hrs (3:00pm) and runs until the fireworks at sunset.
Follow us on Facebook - Canada D'eh Shilo
3:00pm - dark, CFB Shilo
|Canada Day Celebrations|
Calling all proud Canadians!
This year's Canada Day Celebrations will be held on Friday, July 1st, at the Riverbank Discovery Centre! As always, families can enjoy a full day of entertainment and activities, concluding with an incredible fireworks display at dusk!
Join the 3rd Annual Canada Day Living Flag where participants create a Canadian Flag by wearing red and white t-shirts (sponsored by Canad Inns Destination Centre Brandon) and creating a giant human maple leaf!
For more information, please call 204-729-2141! Keep informed by following us on Twitter (@BrandonTourism) and on Facebook (Brandon Tourism)!
All Day, Riverbank Discovery Centre, Riverbank Discovery Centre
|July 1st Dance and Late Lunch|
Heading to Clear Lake for the Canada Day long weekend?
We'd love to party with you. Start it right... Dance the night away with
The Beetles on Friday night, July 1st at DANCELAND.
All the best looking people will be there... so we'll be looking for YOU.
Tickets are only $15 and are available at:
- Hairistocracy, 2103 Princess Ave, Brandon 204-728-4800
- Moonlake Trading Company, Wasagaming (yes, that's Clear Lake)
Yes there will be lunch (it's included babee)... and at Danceland, we're not just talking cheese and crackers!
Join us... and get ready to sing LOUD.
8:00 PM - ?, DANCELAND Clear Lake, DANCELAND Clear Lake
|Minnedosa Farmers Market|
Minnedosa Farmers Market
Join us weekly for our Farmers Market. Held in the Covenant Church parking lot, right behind the court house right off the highway. We are here every friday from 4-6pm. We have plenty of fresh produce, baking, canning, honey and much more. We run from June 24th - Sept 23.
If you would like to become a vendor please email firstname.lastname@example.org
4-6pm, Covenant Church Parking lot, Covenant Church Parking lot
|Minnedosa Farmers Market|
Minnedosa Farmers Market
Friday, July 1, 2016 from 4-6pm
Shop from a variety of vendors sharing all their products including baking, jams, produce, crafts and more!
New Location: Covenant Church Parking lot (101 4th Ave SW, Minnedosa, MB).
Every Friday from 4-6pm.
For more information contact Nicki at email@example.com
4-6pm, Minnedosa Covenant Church Parking lot, 101 4th Ave SW, Minnedosa, MB
|Rapid City Museum Canada Day|
The Rapid City Museum is having their annual Canada Day celebrations on July 1st. There will be hot dogs, car show, guess the farm areal picture contest, Kids games, as well as a giant foosball tournament. If you would like to enter a team of 6 into the tournament contact Lenny Deschutter at 1-204-826-2345. No admission charge but donations are gratefully accepted and go towards the Rapid City Museum Restoration Project.
11:00am-2:00pm, Rapid City Museum
|The Somme: The Mechanization of War|
New Exhibit Features the Mechanization of War
The RCA Museum at CFB Shilo is proud to present "The Somme" The Mechanization of War". This exhibit looks at the Canadian experience at the First World War's Battle of the Somme", which was engaged on July 1, 1916. It ended five months later with over 1 million casualties with gains that could only be measured in yards. The Battle of the Somme is a pivotal moment in Canadian history.
Featured in the exhibit will be a 1912 motorized WW1 truck donated by the Manitoba Automobile Museum and a rare horse drawn army ambulance on loan from the Prairie Mountain Regional Museum. Both of these vehicles were reported to have been used at Camp Hughes, CFB Shilo's predecessor in the region from 1915 to 1917. The exhibit will run until November 2016.
The exhibit will officially open at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, July 1st at The RCA Museum, CFB Shilo.
Following the exhibit opening, will be a HUGE Canada Day event at CFB Shilo including music, family fun, local bands, a variety show and fireworks at sunset. Bands will include Aaron Lines, Whitemud Blues, Small Town Pistols (formerly The Wilkinsons), and The Clubbing Fraggles, along with comediens, childrens obstacle course and food vendors.
Come for the exhibit opening at The RCA Museum at 2:00 p.m. and stay for the fun until 11:00 p.m. All events are open to the public.
The museum is open 7 days a week from Victoria Day to Labour Day; then Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
A government issued picture identification (driver's licence or passport), is required to enter the base for persons 18 years and older.
For more information call The RCA Museum at (204) 765-3000 ext 4563.
2:00 p.m., The RCA Museum , Building N118, Shilo, Manitoba
|Saturday, July 2 (View map of this day's events)|
|Alexander Farmer's Market|
Table are free for vendors! Bring your own table or booth and sell your products here for no cost!
Alexander will be having a weekly farmer's market on Saturdays starting July 2nd!
Make the short trip to Alexander to see what we have got. If you have any questions or are interested in selling something at the farmer's market please contact Debbie at 204-752-2208
10am-2pm, RM parking lot, 2nd ave and Dumbarton
|International Peace Garden|
July 2 & 3rd
Enjoy good old fashioned traditional
USA & CND foods
Buffets: 11:00 – 2:00
Conservatory & Café are open daily 10a.m. – 7 p.m.
Join us, July 16th Relay for Life: in the Formal Garden, 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
Burdick Performing Art Center: 8:00 p.m.
July 1: Free International Brass Quintet
July 8: Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social and Band Concert
July 9: Garage Band Concert & Audio Technology Showcase: 11:00 a.m.
July 22: IMC Jazz Faculty Big Band
July 29: Bauch Family String Quartet
Open 10 – 4 Tue - Sun: North American Game Warden Museum
Wooded Private Campsites (reservations 1-888-432-6733 – Ext. 113)
The International Peace Garden
Your One Day Stop or Vacation Spot
1 hour south of Brandon
Volunteers are Welcome to help in the Garden.
International Peace Garden, 419 Boissevain, MB R0K 0E0
|Monday, July 4 (View map of this day's events)|
|Trivia at the Double Decker!|
Join us at the Decker every Monday night at 8pm for TRIVIA with Kate and Aaron. Play as a team or individual against the rest of the pub, and win gift certificates! FREE to play, and a great time!
Who knew being smarter than your friends could be this much fun!
8:00pm, Double Decker Tavern, 943 Rosser Avenue
|Wednesday, July 6 (View map of this day's events)|
|Daly House Children's Program|
Come spend your Wednesdays with us at the Daly House! We have some cool and fun days planned so that you and your child can come peer through the looking glass and experience early 20th Century Brandon Manitoba!
July 6 - Canada's 150th - Come learn about how Brandon became what it is today! Learn about people like Thomas Mayne Daly, the original owner of Daly House.
July 13 - Behind the Scenes - Come be a curator for the day and learn how the museum works!
July 20 - Children in the Victorian Era - Come live like children during the Victorian Era! Learn how to embroider with members of the Brandon Embroiders Guild. This one is a joint day with Heritage Day so come both days for extra fun!
July 27 - Heritage Day - Have fun learning about heritage crafts and make your own embroidered craft to take home! Make your own Coat of Arms too!
August 3 - Technology: Then and Now - See how technology has changed since the Victorian Era. Come play some games like Crokinole and learn about the art of shadow puppets! Make a kaleidoscope and play telephone!
August 10 - Sherlock Holmes - Come do a scavenger hunt in the Daly House! We'll make magnifying glasses and hunt down clues to find artifacts!
August 17 - Garden Party - Come for a tea party and learn all about proper etiquette. We'll make pressed flowers and suncatchers!
August 24 - Pioneer Day - Play "Will you Survive?", bean bag toss, and learn how to write with quills. Bonus points for the kids that come dressed up with their lunch in a pail!
August 31 - Pioneer School - We know that school's coming back, but why not kick it off with seeing how school was like in the pioneer days? Come dressed up for extra fun!
Book as soon as you can to guarantee your spots! It'll be a blast from the past! Hope to see you there!
10am - 1pm, Daly House Museum , 122 18th St Brandon
|Reesor's Glen Lea Ladies Golf Tournament|
Reesor's Glen Lea Ladies Open Golf Tournament
Wednesday, July 6, 2016, Shotgun start at 1:00 pm (registration 12:30 pm)
Prepaide entry fees: $40.00 for Glen Lea golf club members & $50 for non-members
deadline for all entries is June 28, 2016
Reesor's Diamond 15th Hole-in-one competition or prize for closest to the hole
Cash prizes, door prizes, 50/50 Rainbow Auction
Contact # for information: 204-726-1531
12:30 - 7:00 PM, Glen Lea Golf Course, Glen Lea Golf Course
|Reesor's Glen Lea Ladies Golf tournament|
Reesor's Glen Lea Ladies Open Golf tournament
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Registration: 12:30 p.m., Shotgun Start at 1:00
Cost $50 non-members, $40 members
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204-725-3579
12:30 - 7:00, Glen Lea Golf Course
RIVERS FAIR ~ JULY 6TH
13 & OVER $5 6-12 $2 5 & UNDER $FREE
5:00pm July 5th ~ MGRA Horse Show
6:30-8:30am ~ Pankake Breakfast (free with admission)
9am ~ Parade
10am ~ Horse & Cattle Shows & domestic Bldg opens
10am -2pm ~ Kid's Carnival Zone
Bouncy Castle, Giant Slide, Box Hockey, Fish Pond, Face Painting, Cotton
Candy, Carnival Games
1pm ~ Tractor Pull
4:30-7pm ~ Beef BBQ Supper (Riverdale Community Center)
7pm ~ Rivers Comets home opener ball game
Dusk ~ Hotdogs & Fireworks (Millenium Park)
6:30am - dusk, Rivers
Do you walk in the evenings on a regular basis? Do you enjoy meeting people? Would you like to reward others being physically active? If you've answered YES, then Healthy Brandon in motion has a volunteer opportunity for YOU!
Be a secret walker with the Walking and Wheeling Wednesday program, which runs May 25 - July 13. Time commitment: only once per the 8 week period.
If this sounds like something you are interested in, please contact Healthy Brandon in motion at: email@example.com.
Hope to hear from YOU!
5 - 7 PM, city wide
|Thursday, July 7 (View map of this day's events)|
|CAR STRUCK: Brandon's Automotive History|
The Brandon General Museum and Archives will be staying open LATE on July 7th for the Cruise Night on Rosser! We are just around the corner at #19 - 9th Street! Our newest exhibit, sponsored by Murray Automotive Group, is called CAR STRUCK: Brandon's Automotive history, and ties in nicely with the Cruise Nights on Rosser Avenue. For $5 you will receive a hot dog, a pop, and admission to the museum!
6pm, Brandon General Museum and Archives, 19 - 9th Street
|Summit Toastmasters Organization|
Toastmaster clubs provide a supportive and positive learning environment for members to develop and practice communication and leadership skills, which in turn fosters self-confidence and personal growth.
Please join us for a complimentary morning of fun and learning!!!!
Please call Debbie at 728-6074 for more details.
7:00 AM, Clark Hall Building, Room 212-270 18th Street Brandon, Clark Hall Building, Room 212-270 18th Street Brandon
View the events above plotted on a Brandon city map
View all events for the month of:
|Discussion Group Topics
|Classified Ad Marketplace