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After the Long Wait… Manitobans Are Finally Getting The Winkler Harvest Festival

Manitoba has many festivals that add colour to the daily lives of Manitobans. They will witness a vast and organized festival that everyone loves, from young children to adults, the Winkler Harvest Festival.

The festival is set for families and friends to enjoy a full day from noon to midnight with food, shows, and games. “I’m really excited, I think my little one will enjoy this festival so much, and on my part, I think I will try many new things, food for sure!!” said Nada Alhamed, who is planning to attend the Winkler Harvest Festival.

This festival will run for three days, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and each day will have its unique start and closing times. Moreover, the Festival will have the thing many people enjoy and look forward to fireworks. The fireworks will also have their own time, and everyone should bring their gang and come to enjoy the fireworks with the delicious food from the vendors. 

“We’re hoping to have a full-on festival like previous years. People are excited about Fawn and Cub coming. They love the additional shopping opportunities, especially while the children entertainers entertain their children. They are really looking forward to headliners,” said Kathy Bueckert, Executive Assistant for the City of Winkler, “I love the whole atmosphere, the smell of the mini doughnuts as you walk through, the heading over to the midway, the great shows that get put on at the main stage, and the whole environment. It’s just exhilarating.”

This Festival is for everyone, and everybody can enjoy a carefree weekend. Parents will get enough time to chill and enjoy the Festival, as their children enjoy the different entertainments. Many will get the opportunity to reconnect with their friends during this Festival. Of course, this Festival will bring all Manitobans from different nationalities and cultures together.


Sources:

– Halla Alhamed, U Multicultural

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of U Multicultural.

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