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Manitoba is Welcoming Back Thanksgiving Weekend

Manitoba is welcoming the Thanksgiving weekend. Thanksgiving is a holiday that was officially created “to remind people to thank God for the full harvest every year.” Thanksgiving is a holiday that most Canadians celebrate and enjoy; it takes up a big part of Canadian culture and is a federally declared-official holiday.

Manitoba Sunset Goose Flights is an activity hosted in the province every October. Many Manitobans go there to enjoy the sunset and dazzling view of thousands of geese landing with and after the sunset. Many people celebrate Thanksgiving by inviting the family and enjoying a meal together. Still, many things could be done to celebrate this lovely holiday, and many different activities could be done throughout this long weekend.

Moreover, Manitobans could enjoy the long Thanksgiving weekend by inviting their families to spend time with this impressive scenery this week. “Take some time out on a crisp autumn evening to experience the magic of fall migration from a new vantage point at FortWhyte Alive. Watch as the sun slowly disappears below the horizon and geese begin landing at sunset in a stunning display.” Said To Do Canada.

Manitobans could try to make this Thanksgiving weekend different from usual by taking some time out of their long weekend to try many different activities happening all over Manitoba. The Sunset Goose Flights is not the only thing Manitobans can do for a change of routine, and many other Autumn activities will be going on this weekend, such as Storytelling by the Fire, Alive in the Woods, and Corn Mazes. 

– 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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