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Children’s musical duo Splash’N Boots coming to the WMCA

Treehouse TV's Splash'N Boots will be coming to Brandon's WMCA on Thursday, September 27, as part of their The Big Love, Kisses and Hugs Tour.  Since their inception in 2003 they have released 9 albums, 3 dvd's and have toured across the world performing their live show.  In 2007, 2012, and 2014, Splash'N Boots won the SirusXM Independent…

Festival Park Project Enjoys Continued Success

Brandon, MB – Construction of the Festival Park Project is well underway at the Riverbank Discovery Centre, with an anticipated completion later this summer. The project has been the recipient of some good news in recent days as fundraising continues and the community can start to see the impact that this venue will have on…

Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa day passes go on-sale Friday

  Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa has announced that day passes to the popular event held every August Long Weekend will be available for purchase on Friday June 15th.  Tickets will be priced at $80 until Thursday August 2 after which they will increase to $90. Previously announced performers Snake Oil Sinners Headpins, Helix, Honeymoon…

Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum 2018 Air Display

Get up close to WWII trainers and talk with their pilots and crew.  Aircraft showcased include: 2 Tiger Moths, 2 Harvards, Cornell, Fleet Finch, Stinson, T-28 Trojan, Stearman Thursday, August 9th, 2018 Gates Open: 4:00 p.m. Air Display: 6:00 p.m. Location: Brandon Municipal Airport (CYBR) Admission : $10 (12 & under free) Web site http://www.airmuseum.ca/

The 2018 Manitoba Summer Fair Wraps Up for Another Year

June 10, 2018 BRANDON, MB – The 136th Manitoba Summer Fair is over for another year with just under 100,000 visits over the five days.   “Moving back to our historic Dome building in time for the fair was incredible.” Said Ron Kristjansson, general manager at the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba. “We had a lot…
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