Kirstin’s Walk for Kids is approaching its fourth annual event, a fun-filled day for families of Selkirk, St. Andrews and St. Clements. This year’s walk will take place on Sunday, June 24 at 11 a.m. in Selkirk Park.
Stonewall’s The Marketplace store will soon be no more, as it makes way for a new Red River Co-op Food Store on July 17.
The Town of Teulon and the Interlake Health Sustainability Committee hosted the first ever Community Health Expo at the Teulon Rockwood Centennial Centre on June 18.
A successful young author and illustrator from Arborg who published her first book when she was in Grade 5 visited her peers at Dr. George Johnson Middle School in Gimli on May 30.
One Insurance celebrated its 65th anniversary with a free lunch for community members at various Interlake branches on June 8. In Stonewall, One Insurance staff where seen serving lunch to attendees along with a Danny’s wholehog representative. The business estimated about 250 people came for lunch. Attendees could also make a donation towards the
The Teulon Manitoba Youth Job Centre is now accepting registration for youths aged 12 to 29, who are looking for various types of summer employment.
The WAVE Artist Studio Tour showcased the talent of artists from around the Interlake in their very own studios. The tour took place June 9 and 10, with the second event running Sept. 1 and 2, as has been tradition every year for nearly 18 years.
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Tim Hortons in Gimli hosted Camp Day on June 6, featuring a draw for any $2 donation
The search for Eduardo Balaquit has shifted focus north to the town of Arborg.
Celebrating 66 years, the annual Lundar Fair featured its Sixty-First Beef Show and Sale, horse shows, a colour dance party,
Many parts of the Interlake have been on high alert since the end of April, with some areas only just recently lifting their fire bans.
In celebration of The Gimli Glider’s 35th Anniversary on July 23, you can purchase a $2 ticket, or two for $5, before July 23 and be entered to win half the proceeds. The other half will go to the non-profit organization.
As St. Laurent looks at building airships in its municipality, this form of transportation that could revolutionize the economy of the world
The Arborg Early Middle School plastic bag ban advocate, teacher and local environmental ally, Jay Ewert, attended the Manitoba Teacher’s Society Rally
Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre celebrated its 25th anniversary on June 2, with a multitude of fun events for attendees.
Teulon Ride In Rally organizer David Leduchowski met with Super 7 Service Esso manager Dave Mosher to receive a check for $500 towards this year’s event in support of Project New Hope Canada.
Tim Horton’s Camp Day was hosted by their Stonewall branch and featured balloon popping prizes
Two students from the Selkirk Comp proved just how much they care about the environment.
Gimli MLA Jeff Wharton met with Scott Fielding, Minister of Families at the Gimli New Horizons 55 Plus Centre on May 25