So much happening in the Exchange District this weekend! Here’s a few…..


On August 3, we’ll be screening the classic Talking Heads concert movie Stop Making Sense. With a special performance by Winnipeg’s own Yes We Mystic, DJ sets by Co-op and Hunnicutt and beer service from the Exchange District’s own Little Brown Jug, it’s an experience you won’t want to miss!

For more information see our Facebook event.


Ever thought you’d like to bike into the Exchange District but weren’t sure if there was a safe and easy route to get there?

In partnership with Natural Cycle, we’ll be leading three, low-key rides on the First Friday of July, August, and September to show you how you can get into the Exchange District while almost entirely avoiding motor vehicle traffic— and we’ll share the tips and tricks that can make riding your bike into the Exchange District a really enjoyable experience along the way.

Next up….Friday, August 3rd: Starting from Crescent Drive Park

Visit our page to register and find out more.


Explore one of Winnipeg’s most inspiring monthly arts events. Gallery hop. Eat. Stroll. Shop.

Talk to artists in their studios, experience an Art Gallery opening, explore unique shops and enjoy a stop at one of the cafés or restaurants.

Need an art piece?
First Fridays is the perfect way to connect with many of the wonderful and diverse artists in Winnipeg.

FREE, all welcome!

Visit their website for more details.


Art talk at the Winnipeg Free Press News Café, followed by an Art Walk in the area.

Paula Kelly is a Winnipeg filmmaker and co-curator of the current Winnipeg Art Gallery show Defying Convention: Women Artists in Canada, 1900-1960.
Paula, with moderator Alison Gillmor, will be talking feminist art history, overturning old artist stereotypes, and shining a light on some undervalued female artists.

Dinner and an informal art talk followed by a guided walk through Exchange Galleries & Studios

5:30: Doors open
6pm: Dinner
6:15pm: Art Talk
7:30-9pm: Art Walk

For more information on how to reserve and pre-order click here.



Winnipeg’s first pop-up movie theatre is out now! Join Forth at the Laundry Room Theatre from August 2nd to August 10th to watch independent and experimental films from Manitoba and around the world.

Starts tonight @ 7 and runs all weekend long.

More information on their Facebook page.