The Day of the Music Died

On February 3, 1959 the tour consisting Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper as headliners played the "Surf Ballroom" in Clear Lake, Iowa. Unfortunately it became their last show there and in order to tribute to these great artists a story about a brief stop over the group had at a truck stop on their way to Clear Lake is told. This Day, the Music Died is celebrated to recall this accident and a celebration of some wonderful musician's work while telling a fun-filled tale of a fictional stop over on that famous tour. Read More

Festival du Voyageur

The Festival du Voyageur is the largest winter festival os Canada that is celebrated for Manitoba's French culture and fur trade history. The Festival du Voyageur is held every year in February for whole week. Tobogganing; snow maze, sleigh rides, souvenirs, food - poutine, bison jerky, taffy on snow, bannock, Fort Gibraltar, skating; snow sculptures ands now Bar are the favorite activities done by the visitors at the event of Festival du Voyageur in winter. Read More

Folklorama Festival

Folklorama started in 1970 as a one time multicultural event to celebrate Manitoba's Centennial that has been so much successful as it is celebrated every year since then. Folklorama is celebrated in the august for two weeks in Canada that gives people a chance to experience different cultures from around the world. The shows present singing, dancing and other arts/entertainment that is specific to the culture and each week contains different set of pavilions and each pavilion Read More

The Freeze Frame International Film Festival

The Freeze Frame International Film Festival in Canada is unique and very significant event that presents exciting workshops, films from all over the world, and free drop-in activities for the whole family. The Freeze Frame International Film Festival in every March l for Kids of All Ages from all over the world. At The Freeze Frame International Film Festival All programs are presented in both French and English. Read More

Manito Ahbee Festival

Manito Ahbee Festival was started by the the Manito Ahbee Festival Board of Governors that is hosted by Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Manito Ahbee Festival is arranged and celebrated in the first week of November. The Manito Ahbee Festival presents the best of Aboriginal arts, culture and heritage with its 5 day event that has become a big attraction for the thousands of people from across Canada, Read More