Must-See Manitoba Events

ICE CASTLES Until March 3, 2018 The Forks Ice Castles is an awe-inspiring, must- see winter phenomenon that brings fairytales to life. Located in six different locations across North America, the ice castles are built entirely by hand using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand placed by professional ice artists. The castles include breathtaking, LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides, and fountains. Prices are as follows: Weekday: $9.95/child, $12.95/general Weekends and holidays: $11.95/child, $16.95/general Kids under 4 are free.

Ice Castles will be at The Forks until March 3. MANITOBA OUTDOORS

SHOW February 9, 2018 to February 11, 2018 Red River Exhibition Place, 3977 Portage Ave. An interactive trade show for outdoors enthusiasts. The show promotes a healthy and adventure filled lifestyle and allows guests to try a variety of activities such as scuba diving and paddleboarding in the pool, archery, target shooting, riding fat bikes and much more. Featuring keynote speak- ers on hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities, this is the place to “get off the couch” and try something new.


EXPO February 17, 2018 to February 19, 2018 RBC Convention Centre Come and celebrate our 24th anniver- sary of the Wellness Expo in Winnipeg. The Great Canadian Wellness Expo has been assembling unique products,

WINNIPEG JETS Our Winnipeg Jets took to the ice in September – and they are having an exciting season! Let’s all show our Winnipeg Jets pride and help the team make it to the playoffs. To find out more about game schedules and ticket information visit the team’s website.

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services and practitioners who focus on education and motivating people to be PROACTIVE in their health as opposed to REACTIVE. Learn about many of the new and some ancient products and services available to you to help enhance or improve your quality of life. The Wellness Expo now consumes the entire first floor of the RBC Convention Centre to bring you the ultimate Body, Mind, Soul Experi- ence. Tickets: General Admission tickets available for sale at the door.

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY February 28, 2018 to March 4, 2018 Centennial Concert Hall The Sleeping Beauty has long been a jewel in the RWB’s classical repertoire. Celebrated for its glorious music, lavish costuming and regal sets, this glitter- ing production showcases the depth and breadth of the RWB’s talented company.


MANITOBA MOOSE Cheer on our Manitoba Moose this year. They are our professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League (AHL) and official affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets. The Moose play their home games at Bell MTS Place. Visit their website for more informa- tion.


SHOW March 1, 2018 to March 4, 2018 RBC Convention Centre The Mid-Canada Boat Show is also referred to as the Winnipeg Boat Show. Over 135,000 sq ft all on one floor shows everything you need for summer fun – the newest boats and motors and fishing and water sports equip- ment from the top manufacturers and suppliers in the industry. If you’re in the market for “all things water”, you can’t afford to miss this show.


FROZEN March 8, 2018 to March 11, 2018 Bell MTS Place The complete adventure of the Acad- emy Award® winning tale will be told live for the first time in this production, capturing the dynamic of two royal sisters, Anna and Elsa. Anna, a girl with an extraordinary heart, embarks on an epic journey to find her sister, the magi- cal Elsa, who is determined to remain secluded as she finally feels free to test the limits of her powers. Rugged moun- tain man Kristoff, his loyal reindeer Sven, the lovable and hilarious snow- man Olaf and the mystical trolls help Anna along the way in this story about love conquering fear. Audiences will get to sing along with such musical master- pieces as “Let it Go,” “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” and “Fixer Upper.”

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Photo by A. J. Mellor. Photo courtesy of Ice Castles.

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