There will be a lots to do on Tuesday, July 1, when Canada celebrates it’s 147th birthday. It’ll be the perfect time to dig up your Vancouver 2012 Olympic gear and rock RED AND WHITE!
Assiniboine Park Zoo
This Assiniboine Park Zoo is currently CLOSED for final preparations for the opening of the new Journey to Churchill exhibit. The Zoo will reopen at noon on Thursday, July 3.
Canada Day Picnic in the Park
The annual Canada Day Picnic in the Park at Assiniboine Park is a great all-day event for all ages. This is something for everyone throughout the day. Enjoy live entertainment at the Lyric, fun activities for the whole family, and FIREWORKS!
Canada Day at The Forks
This is one national birthday party not to be missed. Canada Day at The Forks has family friendly activities all day long include, musicians, buskers, crafts and entertainment everywhere you look. Local talent fills The Forks with three stages of spectacular entertainment: Under the Canopy from 5:30 – 10:00pm, on the Railbridge from 1pm – 5:30pm and the Scotiabank Stage from 4pm – 11pm.
Osborne Village Canada Day Street Festival
Osborne Village, one of Canada’s Greatest Neighborhoods, will be having its annual Canada Day Street Festival. Out of all the Canada Day events in the city, this has to be our favourite. The entire block of Osborne Village is closed down for a huge street party.
Canada Day is often the busiest day for all beaches around Winnipeg. If the weather stays right, expect every single beach to be crowded. Birds Hill is usually the busiest – so busy that you can’t even see any sand. Make sure to set your alarms early on Canada Day to guarantee yourself a spot in the warm sand.
Have a great Canada Day Winnipeg!!!