June 23rd & 24th,2018 - East Selkirk Recreation Centre, Legacy Park 52ND ANNUAL MANITOBA HIGHLAND GATHERING

The Pipes, the pipes they are a calling. Over glen to glen.... Well we don't have many glens in Manitoba's Interlake, but we do have a gathering of the Scots with The "D" Division RCMP Pipe Band, and the PCYSPD Pipe Band, and Highland Dancers, Heavy Games, a TUG of War, and a MB Championship Canoe & Kayak race...

Sheep Dog Demos, Live multicultural entertainment, Spinning Demos, live animals from Ricklyn Farms for all to enjoy. Spend time shopping at the Scottish Market and talk with the folks from the MB Genealogical Society or to Scotland over Amateur HAMM Radio. Getting hungry or thirsty… there is the Red Lion Scottish Food Booth for those favorites that you may only get once a year...including Haggis! Not into the true Scottish foods. Other options available on site.

For more info: 204-794-6587

When fed and watered go discover what some folks have been busy with during the winter… discovering how to make costuming from different periods of the last centuries. There is a contest to enter or go view the villages of Sons of Lugh (Vikings), Barony of Castel Rouge (medieval), or the Manitoba Living History Society to learn fascinating heritage. They love to battle, so watch for some of those scenes! Proceed with caution.... you may run into folks dressed in battle fatigues from the Queens own Cameron Highlanders and their vehicles. or


Quarry Park Heritage Arts Centre is nestled in the rugged beauty of a former limestone quarry that has been transformed into a year-round park. Quarry Park also features a campground, a man-made lake, baseball diamonds and walking trails.

Take a leisurely stroll along the walking trails. Listen to the birds and enjoy the wild flowers or just sit and enjoy the view from the park benches by the pond.

Stop by the Centre and take in the work of local artists on display in the upper lobby. Listen to the voices of the quarry workers and try your hand at driving loaders or breaking rock in the interactive exhibits.

For the more adventurous try a walking tour of the town. Along the way you’ll visit the childhood home of Canada’s youngest Victoria Cross recipient and learn of his daring exploits and hear the tales of many of the colorful characters from this quarry town’s past.

Guided group tours are available but must be booked in advance. If you prefer to go at your own pace, brochures are available for self-guided walks on the walking trails and for the town heritage tour.

Once you’re done your walk why not stay and watch a ball game at Fines Field or cool off with a refreshing swim in the man-made lake.

For more info: Phone:204-467-7980

We've got it all for you! Come to relax and explore the west Interlake area in and around Lundar. Setting your sights on a traditional Agricultural Fair, visit Lundar AG Fair June 8th or 9th, seeing the 4-H Youth display the animals they have raised from birth, parading them and waiting for the winners to be announced. Other animals will be judged for Championship Bull, Best in show, while in the Home Show area participants have entered their preserves, baking, sewing, and more in competition for the honour of 1st place in each category.


Unique to this Fair is the Annual Miss Interlake competition, not just a beauty contest, but one based on the competitors multiple abilities while representing their sponsors and communities. Enjoy the Midway, free live entertainment and the Saturday morning parade rounding out the two (2) day event.

For more info: Phone:204-762-5421

Holiday time is wonderful! Discover nature and heritage while visiting our area. The Lundar Golf Course is great for a round or two, selfie's by the Lundar Goose statue need taking and buying fresh, tasty veggies at the weekly Farmers Market is a must. Relax and explore the beaches and laid back atmosphere of Lundar Provincial Park, the walking trail with interpretive signage, lakeside sunsets that will amaze you in their beauty, while enjoying a campside fire as day drifts into each night.


The Prairie Dog Central is a short line railway that operates one of the oldest, operating steam locomotives in North America. As we make our way through the Prairies, join us onboard one of our 1900 era beautifully restored vintage coaches led by Steam Locomotive No. 3 or one of our 1950’s Diesel Locomotives.

Running weekends and holiday days from May thru September, we offer a variety of themed events including delicious suppers, Great Train Robberies, Mystical Magic Trains, Haunted Halloween Express’ plus much, much more. Each event is fun filled, informative and family friendly.

Departing Inkster Junction Station and travelling to the rural community of Grosse Isle, the train ride takes about an hour. During the stopover visit the friendly vendors who sell their homemade souvenirs, enjoy a freshly prepared hotdog or smokie followed by some delicious home baked pie or ice cream. Hot or cold drinks are also available as well as chips, candy and freezies!

Take a stroll through the beautifully restored 1886 Ridgeway Heritage House, visit the 1 room school house or take a moment in the church. There is a 10-minute self guided tour through the Tall Grass Prairie where you can identify the different plants and creatures that have made the prairie their home.

Book early as events do sell out.Call the Ticket Office 204-832 5259 or visit the website for more information.

“Manitoba’s Interlake is a

tourism destination of choice”

2 June 2018


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