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Dunnottar Train Station

Dunnottar

Once a stop of the "Daddy Train" running from Winnipeg to "The Beaches," what's now known as the Dunnottar Station Museum is actually the fully refurbished Matlock CPR station c1904. Historic photos, vintage police siren and a velocipede (an early form of bicycle) are among the unique items at the...

Once a stop of the "Daddy Train" running from Winnipeg to "The Beaches," what's now known as the Dunnottar Station Museum is actually the fully refurbished Matlock CPR station c1904. Historic photos, vintage police siren and a velocipede (an early form of bicycle) are among the unique items at the museum. New items added to the collection by donation. July 1st celebrations include the annual Canada Day parade complete with crazy costumes. Situated adjacent to the Ponemah Arts Centre, a stop on The WAVE Studio Artists Tour. 

Latitude:
50.470200

Longitude:
-96.955883

Hours:
Open 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on weekends in the summer or by appointment.

Phone:
204-641-0234

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Fishfly Gallery

Winnipeg Beach

An eclectic collection of fine art at the Fishfly Gallery – a favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour. Located in the heart of Winnipeg Beach, this enticing venue specializes in handcrafted scarves, small one-of-a-kind pieces of pottery and jewellery.

An eclectic collection of fine art at the Fishfly Gallery – a favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour. Located in the heart of Winnipeg Beach, this enticing venue specializes in handcrafted scarves, small one-of-a-kind pieces of pottery and jewellery.

Phone:
204-389-5661

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Gimli Art Club & Gallery

Gimli

Celebrating its 43rd year as a driving force in the Interlake’s artistic community, the Gimli Art Club is firmly entrenched in the history of the area. The seawall at Gimli Harbour features over 60 artworks by local members and has been immortalized in the new limited edition book, “The Seawall Gallery.” Visit the Seawall Gallery, watch an artisan paint on the Seawall, browse the Gallery, purchase art cards, prints and original local works of art.

Celebrating its 43rd year as a driving force in the Interlake’s artistic community, the Gimli Art Club is firmly entrenched in the history of the area. The seawall at Gimli Harbour features over 60 artworks by local members and has been immortalized in the new limited edition book, “The Seawall Gallery.” Visit the Seawall Gallery, watch an artisan paint on the Seawall, browse the Gallery, purchase art cards, prints and original local works of art.

Latitude:
50.632000

Longitude:
-96.987583

Phone:
204-642-8217

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Gimli Art Club & Sea Wall Gallery

Gimli

Celebrating its 42nd year as a driving force in the Interlake’s artistic community, the Gimli Art Club is firmly entrenched in the history of the area. The seawall at Gimli Harbour features 64 artworks by local members and has been immortalized in the new limited edition book, “The Seawall Gallery.” Visit the seawall and the gallery, where you can purchase art cards, prints and original local works of art at the Gimli Harbour.

Celebrating its 42nd year as a driving force in the Interlake’s artistic community, the Gimli Art Club is firmly entrenched in the history of the area. The seawall at Gimli Harbour features 64 artworks by local members and has been immortalized in the new limited edition book, “The Seawall Gallery.” Visit the seawall and the gallery, where you can purchase art cards, prints and original local works of art at the Gimli Harbour.

Phone:
(204) 642-7424

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Gwen Fox Gallery

Selkirk

Art and history blend wonderfully in the c1907 Post Office Building, home to the Gwen Fox Gallery and the Selkirk Community Arts Centre Inc. The gallery showcases the talented members works with exhibits changing monthly. Art works, cards and a wide variety of unique gifts are available in their gift shop.

Art and history blend wonderfully in the c1907 Post Office Building, home to the Gwen Fox Gallery and the Selkirk Community Arts Centre Inc. The gallery showcases the talented members works with exhibits changing monthly. Art works, cards and a wide variety of unique gifts are available in their gift shop.

Directions:
Located on the corner of Main Street and Manitoba Avenue (101-250 Manitoba Ave; door on Main St.)

Latitude:
50.1449167

Longitude:
-096.8725833

Hours:
Gallery open Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 a.m. ? 4:00 pm year round, except January.

Phone:
204-482-3517

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Mirror Images

Sandy Hook

Using ordinary mirrors to create unique artistic designs Norm Magnusson began his career path in 1985 by learning glass cutting and polishing. He uses mirrors to symbolize our spirit and heritage, from fishing to agriculture, nature to recreation. Over the past years his work has found his way to...

Using ordinary mirrors to create unique artistic designs Norm Magnusson began his career path in 1985 by learning glass cutting and polishing. He uses mirrors to symbolize our spirit and heritage, from fishing to agriculture, nature to recreation. Over the past years his work has found his way to over 25 countries, commissioned for specific work on numerous occasions. Norm grew up in Magnusville, an Icelandic fishing village on Lake Winnipeg, This early influence shows thru in his work. A stop on the bi-annual The WAVE Studio Artists Tour.

Phone:
204-642-7774

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National Exhibition Centre

Leaf Rapids

The centre features travelling exhibitions and local displays. Local arts, crafts and books can be purchased in the centre's giftshop.
The centre features travelling exhibitions and local displays. Local arts, crafts and books can be purchased in the centre's giftshop.
Directions:
Located at centre of town.

Hours:
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, year-round.

Admission:
Free admission.

Phone:
204-473-8682

Fax:
204-473-2707

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Ponemah Arts Centre

Ponemah

If you’re into quilting, stop to see local artist Betty Jackson's beautiful assortment of her expressive fabric art. The c1929 Ponemah Arts Centre, is a favourite stop along "The WAVE”"Studio Tour.

If you’re into quilting, stop to see local artist Betty Jackson's beautiful assortment of her expressive fabric art. The c1929 Ponemah Arts Centre, is a favourite stop along "The WAVE”"Studio Tour.

Directions:
Located at 300 Railway Street, Ponemah (next to the old Dunnottar Station Museum).

Phone:
(204)641-0234

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Portage and District Arts Centre and Gallery

Portage la Prairie

The Portage and District Arts Centre and Gallery is one of the best public galleries in rural Manitoba with monthly exhibitions, gift shop, studios for classes and workshops, an art rental program, theatre and entertainment.

The Portage and District Arts Centre and Gallery is one of the best public galleries in rural Manitoba with monthly exhibitions, gift shop, studios for classes and workshops, an art rental program, theatre and entertainment.

Phone:
204-239-6029

Email:

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Prairie Oak Regional Arts Council

Stonewall

Sponsors of the "South of the Lakes Art Tour" showcasing local artists and their works. Painting, pottery, photography, art dolls, stone painting, wood carving and jewelery artists are featured. Some will be in their own studios and some will be at the Red Barn. Maps are available in Hallmark Stores in Winnipeg and Stonewall.

Sponsors of the "South of the Lakes Art Tour" showcasing local artists and their works. Painting, pottery, photography, art dolls, stone painting, wood carving and jewelery artists are featured. Some will be in their own studios and some will be at the Red Barn. Maps are available in Hallmark Stores in Winnipeg and Stonewall.

Admission:
Admission and maps are free.

Phone:
204-467-9991

Fax:
204-467-9991

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Precambrian Art Centre

Thompson

Custom-framing, snow babies & buddies. Local & international artists and photographers. Art supplies, handicrafts and specialty gifts.

Custom-framing, snow babies & buddies. Local & international artists and photographers. Art supplies, handicrafts and specialty gifts.

Phone:
204-677-1940

Toll Free:
1-888-677-1940

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Riverton Murals

Riverton

The history of the Riverton “Lundi” settlement is told through large works of art that grace the walls of many of the commercial buildings in this historic Icelandic community. Stroll or drive through town and learn the history of the Aboriginal peoples, the Icelandic settlers of 1876 and the many other settlers that came later and whose descendants call Riverton home.

The history of the Riverton “Lundi” settlement is told through large works of art that grace the walls of many of the commercial buildings in this historic Icelandic community. Stroll or drive through town and learn the history of the Aboriginal peoples, the Icelandic settlers of 1876 and the many other settlers that came later and whose descendants call Riverton home.

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South of the Lakes Art Tour with Prairie Oak Regional Arts Council

Stonewall

This talented group of creative artists call the southwest area of the Interlake home. Tour the Stonewall, Warren, Rosser, Stony Mountain and Teulon area to be inspired by any of the 15-plus participating artisans who will showcase their creations and talent at their annual mid September art show. Often a group of artisans gather at one location to increase your experience, allowing greater interaction with the artisans. Creative art classes offered at the 55+ Centre in Stonewall.

This talented group of creative artists call the southwest area of the Interlake home. Tour the Stonewall, Warren, Rosser, Stony Mountain and Teulon area to be inspired by any of the 15-plus participating artisans who will showcase their creations and talent at their annual mid September art show. Often a group of artisans gather at one location to increase your experience, allowing greater interaction with the artisans. Creative art classes offered at the 55+ Centre in Stonewall.

Phone:
204-467-9991

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Sweet Nothings Art Gallery

Snow Lake

A selection of local artists' creations.
A selection of local artists' creations.
Phone:
204-358-7659

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The Gallery - Village Artists

Moosehorn

The new summer home for the work of more than 50 Village Artists can be found in the Wayside Park in Moosehorn, a place where the rugged beauty of the northwest Interlake inspires many local artisans. Farmers markets and yard sales to tempt you most weekends. Arts and crafts available every weekend from July 1- September long weekend. Stop on your way to Steep Rock it's a great rest stop when traveling north or south!

The new summer home for the work of more than 50 Village Artists can be found in the Wayside Park in Moosehorn, a place where the rugged beauty of the northwest Interlake inspires many local artisans. Farmers markets and yard sales to tempt you most weekends. Arts and crafts available every weekend from July 1- September long weekend. Stop on your way to Steep Rock it's a great rest stop when traveling north or south!

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The Mermaid's Kiss Gallery

Gimli

A must on your cultural tour of the Interlake, this charming gallery in Gimli features fine art crafted in all mediums by many talented artisans. Owner, Linda Vermeulen, uses fine glass from Murino, Italy in her one of a kind specialty, Lampwork glass jewellery. Photography, another of Linda’s loves, features amazing images captured around the Interlake. Framing services are available for your treasured photos and artwork. A favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour.

A must on your cultural tour of the Interlake, this charming gallery in Gimli features fine art crafted in all mediums by many talented artisans. Owner, Linda Vermeulen, uses fine glass from Murino, Italy in her one of a kind specialty, Lampwork glass jewellery. Photography, another of Linda’s loves, features amazing images captured around the Interlake. Framing services are available for your treasured photos and artwork. A favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour.

Latitude:
50.631450

Longitude:
-96.990200

Phone:
204-642-7453

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Tiger Hills Arts Association Gallery

Holland

The former Union Bank was built in 1903, and operated until 1933 or 1934. The two story building’s walls and foundation are brick, and it features a floating cement floor in the basement. It is of unique stature and distinction with bird’s eye maple hardwood floors, ornamental tin...

The former Union Bank was built in 1903, and operated until 1933 or 1934. The two story building’s walls and foundation are brick, and it features a floating cement floor in the basement. It is of unique stature and distinction with bird’s eye maple hardwood floors, ornamental tin ceilings and beautiful large windows. It now houses the Tiger Hills Arts Association Gallery.

Annual Programs: Talent search, Cultural fiesta, Canada day, Christmas gala, concerts, Summer art camps, Independent Film Screenings, Art exhibits.

Classes: Visual, literary and performing arts. 

Phone:
204-526-2063

Email:

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V. Gross Doll Museum & Gift Shop

Warren

If you’re a doll enthusiast or collector, you’ll be impressed by the assortment of dolls for viewing and sale. The museum hosts more than 4,000 dolls to view at any given time from their collection of 9,000 + dolls, one of the largest doll collections in the world! The life-like detail...

If you’re a doll enthusiast or collector, you’ll be impressed by the assortment of dolls for viewing and sale. The museum hosts more than 4,000 dolls to view at any given time from their collection of 9,000 + dolls, one of the largest doll collections in the world! The life-like detail in the bisque faces of the hand-painted antique dolls is amazing! Toys from all ages grace the shelves in the museum- many that bring back memories or start some tales of “do you remember those?” Hand-carved wooden decoys, animal figures, toys and collectibles available in the gift shop. Located northeast of Warren. Call for directions and tour information.

Directions:
Located 3 km (1.9 miles) north of PTH67 on Golf Course Road.

Latitude:
50.151067

Longitude:
-97.528650

Phone:
204-322-5346

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Watson Art Centre

Dauphin

The original Dauphin Town Hall, built in 1905, has been restored and now features a small art gallery and an auditorium. Designated as a provincial heritage site.

The original Dauphin Town Hall, built in 1905, has been restored and now features a small art gallery and an auditorium. Designated as a provincial heritage site.

Directions:
Located at 104‑1st Avenue N.W.

Phone:
204-638-6231

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Whytewold Emporium

Whytewold

The Whytewold Emporium features an eclectic offering of the arts & cuisine with a smattering of their own freshly grown greenhouse products to tempt your palate. Found south of Winnipeg Beach in Whytewold on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipeg, this unique business offers you famous Cherry...

The Whytewold Emporium features an eclectic offering of the arts & cuisine with a smattering of their own freshly grown greenhouse products to tempt your palate.

Found south of Winnipeg Beach in Whytewold on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipeg, this unique business offers you famous Cherry ‘n Oak Wood Fired Pizza, Crepes from Brittany, along with a variety of home grown Manitoba artists singing for their supper.

Looking for antiques, silver Jewellery, or maybe fresh herbs to take home, you need to come for a visit.

Opens Mother’s Day to mid September.

Directions:
From Winnipeg travel north on McPhillips. McPhillips will turn into #8 Highway. Continue north about 30 minutes, and turn East on Highway #225. Continue East until you reach Lake Winnipeg. Follow the curve of the road. You are heading North on Gimli Road (Highway #232).

Phone:
204-389-4567

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