Information on COVID-19
The Mayor’s BIZ awards recognize an individual or business that significantly contributes to promoting economic development in our BIZ zone in one or more of the following areas:
Find our more HERE on the nomination criteria and to fill out your nomination form!
Please send all completed forms to email@example.com before April 3rd!
November 14, 2019, 12:00noon (doors open at 11:30am) at the Norwood Hotel!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
NOMINATE TODAY! Do you know of a deserving BIZ member or community member and want to nominate them for an award? We offer awards in the following criteria;
Please email you nominations to email@example.com with a small write up as to why they are nominated.
Join us for a celebration of Everything Art – 2019 Fresh Art Show, June 20 – 23 at Forum Art Centre, 120 Eugenie Street in St. Boniface. All weekend Art Demonstrations, enjoy live music on Friday at 6 with musicians James Culleton & Don Zueff, Player’s Choice raffle draw, many unique Original styles of art, giclee prints, art cards, foot square paintings & choose your favourite piece for our People’s Choice Award! www.forumartcentre.com or 204-235-1069
Event hours: Thursday, June 20 & Friday, June 21 – 5 to 9 pm; Saturday, June 22 & Sunday, June 23 – 10 am to 4 pm.
All weekend Art Demonstrations:
Thursday 5 – 7 Karen Palmer – Jewellery
5 – 7 Michel Saint Hilaire – Acrylic
7 – 9 Lyndsay Ladobruk – Linocut Printmaking
Friday 5 – 7 Linda Olzewski – Watercolour
5 – 7 Kristine De Leon – Manga Art
7 – 9 Kathi Wirth – Cartooning
7 – 9 Jin Young Park – Watercolour
Saturday 12 – 2 Ed Dumanski – Mixed Media
12 – 2 Ruth Kamenev – Watercolour
2 – 4 Patrick LeMadec – Water Soluble Oil
Sunday 12 – 2 Bob Dann – Clay Sculpture
12 – 2 Craig Johnstone – Acrylic
2 – 4 Allan Courtney – Acrylic
2 – 4 Joel Novek – Watercolour
Free admission, free parking, wheelchair access, strollers welcome. Grab a bite at one of our local restaurants such as: Pasquale’s, Mrs. Mikes, The Canteen Coffee Shop, or the Black Bird Brasserie while you’re in the neighbourhood!–
Are you a local business and want to take part?
Join the local restaurants and cafes of Saint Boniface for a summer Sip n Shop Local event! Visit any one of our participating businesses and collect stamps along the way to be entered to WIN! While your there try their NEW Drink Feature of the month and vote for your favourite! All votes can be entered on your stamp card or by simply posting your experience social media. Be sure to #shoplocalStboniface #norwoodgrovebiz #provencherbiz
Sign up by June 1 and receive your promotional package of a ballot box, poster, stamp cards and a custom stamp. Its that easy! REGISTER HERE to take part!
Join us June 29th for a fun free day in Coronation Park. Help us celebrate our community and culture. Featuring activities, artisans, food and great music! Bring a lawn chair and your dancing shoes!
Family fun from 11am till 6pm
Live Music from 12noon till 9pm
Shop Local with Business Pop-ups & Artisans
Event Date: June 29, 2019
Event Times: 11am – 9pm
Location: Coronation Park, Winnipeg MB
Stage Line Up: TBC
Jeremie and the Delicious Hounds
Jérémie & The Delicious Hounds are new-age fosterers of soul music. They are, however, bringing it with a twist. The band is from the old French quarter of St Boniface, Winnipeg. Jérémie Brémault’s smooth, smoky voice, and earnest stage presence wrings that authentic soul sound into the group’s wide-ranging style. They call it the “delicious sound” – say it fast enough and you’ll hear where these crafty musicians get their name.
Winnipeg’s bilingual singer-songwriter Justin Lacroix infuses the timeless sounds of blues, folk and roots-rock into a soulful experience. Through his stories of love, loss and life on the road, Justin shares a message of optimism and connection to the world around him.
Gumboot Messiah – Details to Follow
Spence Tradition has entertained at the Cultural Stage at Aboriginal Day Live, the Teddy Bears’ Picnic, The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Festival du Voyageur and more. Ryan and Clarissa have won gold medals from the Ron King Memorial Fiddle Contest (2016), and Clarissa has a gold medal in jigging from Festival du Voyageur (2017). They have played live on NCI FM, 680 CJOB and a winter special on Shaw TV.Spence Tradition has entertained at the Cultural Stage at Aboriginal Day Live, the Teddy Bears’ Picnic, The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Festival du Voyageur and more. Ryan and Clarissa have won gold medals from the Ron King Memorial Fiddle Contest (2016), and Clarissa has a gold medal in jigging from Festival du Voyageur (2017). They have played live on NCI FM, 680 CJOB and a winter special on Shaw TV.
Rory Verbrugge & The Ruckus – Rollicking folk-rock from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Rory Verbrugge & The Ruckus play old-time music with a rock-and-roll spirit.
Stay tuned for more great announcements!
Savor the tastes of Festival du Voyageur during mmmFestival! A unique culinary event at cafes, restaurants and bakeries throughout St Boniface! Book a horse sleigh ride from the Norwood Hotel.
Featuring a special event night February 15th where you can park and ride at the Norwood Hotel and travel in style on a horse drawn carriage ride!
Marion Street Eatery, 393 Marion Street – Drink Special! Our Caribou Sangria for $7.00.
Santa Lucia Pizza, 4 St Mary’s Road – Tourtiere Pizza: A generous layer of savoury tourtiere beef, house cut French fries, red onions, mozzarella cheese, caramelized onion gravy, finished with a drizzle of our signature pizza sauce. & Tourtiere Poutine: Crisp, house cut French fries double layered with savoury tourtiere beef, caramelized onion gravy and mozzarella cheese, finished with sautéed red onions. This gourmet poutine is a must try! & Black Walnut-Maple Old Fashioned (1oz) $7.75 Woodford Reserve Bourbon infused with black walnut and maple syrup. Garnished with our house-marinated bourbon black cherries.
Promenade Cafe and Wine, 130 Provencher Blvd – Entree: White Bean Cassoulet with Duck Confit, European sausage $18 & Dessert: Sugar Pie $7 & Beverage: He Ho Tea $3
Constance Popp Chocolates, 180 Provencher Blvd – Caribou Truffles $3, Sucre al la Creme – $8, Spicy Chocolate Drink or Classic Chocolate Drink $5
Pasquale’s Restaurant, 111 Marion St – Ragin Cajun Flat Bread: Shrimp, sausage, red onion , roasted red peppers with a buffalo cream sauce bottom & mozza 11.00 & Crank the Frank- Penne noodles with sausage, green peppers, onion, roasted garlic, smoked paprika cream sauce, fresh tomato and Grana Padano cheese – $17
The Black Bird Brasserie – Cocktail – Caribou Louis – Sailor Jerry’s spiced rum, Amaro Montenegro, lemon, simple syrup, egg whites, with a Caribou float. 10$, Appetizer – Baked Brie – Brie cheese, poached figs, toasted walnuts, spiced puff pastry, and grilled crostini. 10$
Helios Restaurant – Helios Poutine – Our homemade house cut French fries tossed in our secret fry seasoning all topped with our homemade meat sauce & feta cheese! $17, Zeus’ Caribou Shot: Ouzo & Caribou Will grow you a beard for Festival! (Claim not valid or guaranteed) $6, Maple Baklava: Warm phyllo pastry layered with walnuts, honey, and Canadian maple syrup! $8