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Minnedosa
Beachcomber
The
2012 Visitor Guide
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A Visitor’s Guide to Minnedosa, MB
A Minnedosa Tribune Publication
Vol. 16
2012
Mayor: His Worship Ray Orr
Councillors: Len Luker,
Rick Saler, Frank Taylor,
Garry MacDowall, Pat Skatch,
Harvey Wedgewood
We welcome you to Minnedosa and hope that
you will enjoy your visit to our beautiful valley.
The valley, the surrounding hills, the Little
Saskatchewan River and Lake Minnedosa
combine to make this area an oasis on the
Canadian prairies with a proud, rich heritage.
Enjoy our community and the friendly folks that
have made Minnedosa a choice
community to visit or reside.
“Committed to Pursue an Excellent Community;
the Foundation of Health”
P.O. Box 426 Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0
Phone: (204) 867-2727 Fax: (204) 867-2686
[email protected] www.discoverminnedosa.com
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240 Main Street, North
Minnedosa, MB
18 newly Renovated Rooms!
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Complimentary Breakfast
Outdoor Gazebo with Fire Pit
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e hope your visit to Minnedosa is enjoyable and
that during your time in our community you will
not require our emergency services. However,
if you do need emergency assistance, our community is
prepared with a high level of quality services.
Minnedosa is served by a dedicated team of well-trained
emergency responders, whether its firefighters, paramedics
or police.
The Minnedosa Fire Department, located at the corner of
Main Street and 5th Avenue N.W., includes two fire trucks,
a pick-up truck with small pumper unit and a top-of-theline rescue unit, all equipped with the latest rescue tools
and equipment.
If you happen to become ill while visiting Minnedosa,
our community offers a medical clinic, located at 129 2nd
Avenue S.W. (west of the clock tower) with five physicians
on staff. Walk-ins are available each morning beginning at
10 a.m. Afternoon visits are by appointment. In the event
of a medical emergency, our area is served by a dedicated
EMS team of paramedics’ with fully equipped ambulances.
The Minnedosa District Health Centre is located on 1st
Avenue, S.W., the south hill, features a 24-hour, seven
day a week Emergency Room. Our twenty-year-old health
care facility features 27 acute care rooms and offers public
health, lab and x-ray services.
Located just north of the hospital is the local detachment
office of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which serve
our community as part of the Spruce Plains Area RCMP.
Whether you require the assistance of our fire department,
Emergency Medical Services or Police, dial 911 for help.
The Minnedosa Beachcomber is the Official Visitors Guide to
Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada. Since 1996, The Beachcomber has been
published annually by The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. The publication is
distributed free of charge throughout the year to several locations in Minnedosa
and throughout Manitoba and Canada.
Editor: Darryl Holyk
Graphic Design: Heather Hopkins
All contents are copyright 2012.
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Join us Sunday, July 15, 2012 for
HERITAGE DAY
A full day of food, fun, and entertainment for the
whole family. Bring your own lawn chair.
Period pioneer attire encouraged!
Rodeo
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recent years,
Minnedosa has seen the
return of a local rodeo. After many years absence,
the Minnedosa Rodeo was resurrected in 2004 by a
group of community residents who felt there was a
rodeo gap which needed filling. Boy were they right! The
rodeo has continued to grow in popularity and in 2009,
the Minnedosa Rodeo was named Rodeo of the Year by
the Heartland Rodeo Association.
The Minnedosa Rodeo is held during the August
long weekend and features a number of familiar rodeo
events such as bareback, bull riding, calf roping, saddle
bronc, barrel racing, team roping, and goat tying! For
the children there is the always popular Muttin’ Bustin’
and other children’s activities and attractions including
live
music and a
Rodeo Dance. The local rodeo
committee has also hosted a number of Manitoba
High School Rodeo events during its Heartland Rodeo
weekend.
Many of the rodeo competitors making an
appearance at the Minnedosa Rodeo are from the local
area, including a few hometown rodeo stars.
Polish up your boots, put on a pair of jeans, grab
your hat and head on down to the Minnedosa Rodeo for
an unforgettable down home country experience.
Fun Fest
S
ince 1963,
Minnedosa has hosted an
unforgettable summer celebration! Over the years
there have been a number of name changes for this festival
but no matter what you call the current Fun Fest, there is
something special for the whole family.
The festivities kick off with Kiddies Day targeted toward
the children. There are numerous games and activities
planned as well as a Kiddies Parade. During the parade,
many children like to dress up in costumes and decorate
their bicycles or wagons to show off to the parade spectators.
The big Fun Fest Parade is held Saturday morning and
features floats, marching bands, animals, vintage cars and
tractors, and pretty much everything else a parade should
have.
Other popular Fun Fest attractions include pancake
breakfasts,
lunches, suppers,
raffles, social gatherings, dances, bingo,
and soap box derby. A downtown Farmer’s Market and
Music Jam were introduced in 2010 and proved to be a
success which will continue this year.
Fun Fest wraps up on Sunday with Heritage Day, a
celebration of the past, which is hosted at the local Museum
and Heritage Village.
If you happen to be in the area during the second
weekend in July, be sure to take in some Fun Fest activities.
It’s a summer celebration with something for the whole
family to enjoy.
Automotive
Service: 1-204-867-2694
Sales: 1-204-867-2463
[email protected]
Full Service
www.parklineauto.ca
Automotive Repair
Quality Used Vehicle Sales
We Service what we Sell!
Minnedosa, MB
214 Main Street North.
R0J 1E0
2012 FORD ESCAPE XLT 4X4 22,922 Km
2012 GMC ACADIA 25,511Km
2012 GMC SIERRA SLE CREW Z-71 9.801Km
2008 HYUNDAI TIBURON GS 47,306 Km
2011 BUICK LUCERNE CX 44,549 Km
2010 DODGE CHARGER SXT AWD 40,651 Km
PHONE: 1-204-867-2699 WEBSITE: WILSONSWHEELS.CA
Over 60 units in stock “Across from the Ethonol Plant”
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Dresses to Jeans &
Everything in between
Providing high
quality men’s wear,
unique brands and
exceptional service.
Collections:
● Jag ● Tribal
● FDJ French Dressing
● Libra ● Lana Lee
Woolrich ● Columbia
Alia ● Tan Jay
●Fashion Jewellry
● Hand Bags
The Fashion House
Personal Service ~ Professional Advice
OPEN Monday - Saturday
65 Main St. S. , Minnedosa, MB
204-867-3674
Buffalo
Derek Alexander Accessories
Hilti
Horst - Designer Menswear
Collection
Modango Milano - Sport Shirts,
Knits, Outerwear
Ryan michael Designer Shirts
S. Cohen - Tailored Suits
Silver jeans
Tosani Sweaters
115 Main St. South
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
[email protected]
www.jackadam.ca
1-204-705-0168
Heritage Village
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tep back in
time at the Heritage Village.
If you are interested in seeing how people lived
and how things were done back in the “good old days” be
sure to take a tour of the Minnedosa Museum and Heritage
Village. Open during the months of July and August, as well
as other times of the year by appointment, the Heritage
Village features ten beautifully restored buildings, each full
of artifacts from days gone by.
During your tour of the village you will visit a blacksmith
shop, one-room school house, country church, trapper’s
cabin, period home, log barn and more.
The most unique building on the village grounds is the
two-storey octagon display building, which was moved onsite
from the Minnedosa Fairgrounds and restored back to its
former glory. It is one of only three such buildings still standing
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the province
and is the only one which
features its original
upper cupola. Other village attractions include a working
windmill, wooden waterwheel and trout pond.
On July 15th the Heritage Village will come alive with a
pioneer church service, tours of the buildings, BBQ, music
and dancing during the museum’s annual Heritage Day
celebration.
To get to the Museum and Heritage Village turn east
off Main Street at 3rd Avenue N.E. and travel four blocks. A
welcome sign and stone gate will welcome you.
Winter Fun
M
innedosa
is a fabulous tourist
destination during the hot summer months, but there is
also a lot of activity and special attractions for all ages during the
chilly winter months.
Skiing is a huge attraction and Minnedosa is fortunate to be home
to a local downhill skiing venue, Ski Valley. Located 7 km northwest
of the Town of Minnedosa, Ski Valley offers nine runs for various
levels of expertise, from beginners to advanced.
Snowmobiling is also a huge part of winter recreation in the area.
Minnedosa is home to the Valley Snow Hawks Snowmobile Club,
which promotes snowmobile fun, safety and tourism. Throughout
the winter season, the club hosts a number of snowmobile related
events and gives back to the community by way of financial
contributions. Minnedosa is connected to a groomed trail route
in the area and there is a designated snowmobile route within
Town limits for snowmobile enthusiasts to use to get in and out of
the community and fill up with gas without great disturbance to
residents.
For the past few
winters, Healthy Active Minnedosa has
established an outdoor skating oval in the community.
This attraction is available for use by residents at no charge and has
become another popular winter attraction for Minnedosa.
The frozen surface of Minnedosa Lake is the perfect foundation
of ice fishing huts and each winter, a small community of “shacks”
develops on the lake. Minnedosa, like most Canadian communities
is no stranger to hockey or curling activity. Throughout the winter,
the local Arena and Curling Club are both hopping with activity as
our local hockey players and curlers compete in various games,
tournaments and bonspiels.
If you happen to be visiting Minnedosa during the winter months,
do not despair. Our community is a year-round destination.
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Mens’, Womens’ & Kids’ Cuts
73 Main Street
Colours & Highlights
Perms
Welcome to
Minnedosa!
Waxing
Pedicures & Manicures
LCN Nails
OPEN
Tuesdays,
Thursdays &
Saturdays
Call for
Appointment
Flowers and Giftware for all Occasions
Jewelry
All Natural Products
Home Decor
Purses
Morden’s Chocolate
Wedding Flowers
Fresh Flower Arrangements
And so much more!!!
110 Main St. S,
Minnedosa, MB, R0J 1E0
Phone & Fax: 1-204-867-1915
Toll Free 1-800-895-2320
[email protected]
www.minnedosaflowersonmain.com
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Schimmel’s
Olde Style
Bakery
138 Main Street, South.
VLT’s, Rooms, Beverage Room
Bar Open
Monday - Saturday at 10 a.m.
Sunday at 12 noon
Restaurant Hours
Monday - Saturday at 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Sunday at 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Eat In or Take Out
Wraps, Pizza, Ukrainian Food,
Burgers, & Steak
Let us help
you find the
perfect gift
Fresh Baking Daily
Breads
Buns
Donuts
Pastries
Hot & Cold Drinks
204-867-2661
Minnedosa Credit Union
MCU
60 Main Street South
MCU
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday to Friday
9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday
9:30 am – 1:00 pm
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Hope you enjoy your stay in Minnedosa!
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Enjoy our Valley!
204-867-2935
Specializing in a full family menu.
Burgers
Hot Dogs
Fries
Sandwiches
Appetizers
Homemade Soups
Daily
Lunch & Dinner
Specials
Summer Hours
Monday - Friday
11 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
9 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
We’ll let Your Taste Buds
do the Talking!!
More than just Burgers!!
Located on Highway #16
Dine In or Take Out
204-867-2109
Four
Seasons
Repair
21 ARMITAGE AVE .
VM TRANSPORT LTD.
“Your North American Freight Connection”
Welcome
Visitors to our
lovely town!
We Repair:
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GOLF CARTS, ATV’S & SNOW MACHINES,
LAWN MOWERS, TILLERS, TRIMMERS
CHAINSAWS, AUGER ENGINES
& WATER PUMPS
SALES, PARTS & SERVICE
27 Years Experience
Ph. 867-2737
Owners/Operators
Sally & Ken LaBelle
Nancy MacKay
Owner/Manager
Minnedosa, MB
Tel: 1-204-867-5985
Fax: 1-204-867-5985
[email protected]
We invite you to visit our diverse shops and services, enjoy our countless
recreation opportunities, dine in our many restaurants and rest in our
comfortable accommodations.
Agricultural; Automotive;
Manufacturing
ATPR Farm
Blaauuwyhel Family.............................727-4641
All AboutL eather........................................868-5808
Basswood Autobody & Glass .................... 874-2270
Bethany Motors Repair & Towing ............ 865-2349
Four Seasons Repair .................................. 867-2737
Haven Trading Canada Inc......................... 826-2120
Husky O il ................................................... 867-8100
Integra Tire Auto Centre ............................ 867-3145
J.P.B. R epair ............................................... 867-2489
M & M Autobody....................................... 867-2083
Midnight Metalworks..................................867-7111
Minion I ndustries ....................................... 867-2308
Minnagro .................................................... 867-6010
Minnedosa AgriculturalS ociety..................867-7503
Minnedosa Auto Wreckers ......................... 867-3877
Minnedosa Service Centre ....................... 867-2882
Morris Industries Ltd..................................867-2713
Park Line Automotive Inc. ......................... 867-2694
Prairie G eomatics ....................................... 867-5725
Redfern Farm Services ............................... 867-2679
Riverdale Fabrication Service .................... 867-5237
Straight and Easy GPS Steering
Marty McNabb........................................867-0043
Wilson’s Wheels Auto Sales ...................... 867-2699
Windmill Farms..........................................867-2919
Accounting; Financial;
Insurance; Investment
Amy Financial Planning ............................ 867-0421
BDO Dunwoody LLP ................................ 867-2957
Catherine M. Gijsbers Certified General Accountant.................867-3884
Investors Group Financial Services Inc. .... 867-5750
John’s Tax S ervice & Accounting .............. 867-5550
Manulife Financial
Wayne Bruce, Broker............................867-3612
Meyers Norris Penny LLP ......................... 867-2048
Minnedosa Credit Union ............................ 867-6350
Minnedosa Insurance ................................. 867-3946
RBC Royal Bank..............................1-800-769-2511
Sharon’s Town & Country Insurance ......... 867-3607
Professional; Legal; Medical
Alexander Jackson Law Office .................. 867-3981
Burgess Law Office.................................... 867-2935
Elissa Crompton,
Registered Massage Therapist.................727-0472
Dr. Greg Perkins Optometrist .................... 867-2455
Minnedosa Chiropractic Centre.....................867-5290
Minnedosa Vet C linic ................................. 867-3917
Sims & Company ....................................... 867-2717
Retail
A & B Dalrymple’s
Country Farm Greenhouse .................... 867-3317
Blazer’s ..................................................... 867-5254
Burgess Quality Foods .............................. 867-2821
Clanwilliam General Store & Coffee Shop....865-2249
Dark Horse Tack........................................867-5353
Darwin Mathews TV Sales & Service ...... 867-3164
Dungeon Shirts.......................................... 867-2830
FashionH ouse........................................... 867-3674
Flowers on Main ....................................... 867-1915
Frontier Trading ........................................ 867-5551
Heritage C o-op .......................................... 867-2295
Home H ardware ........................................ 867-2802
Jack Adam Men’s Wear Ltd.......................390-2603
LittlepathF arm......................................... 868-5224
Minnedosa Dollar Store ............................ 867-1911
Minnedosa P harmacy ................................ 867-2071
Schimmel’s Olde Style Bakery ................. 867-2661
The Bargain! Shop .................................... 867-2522
Valley Cache 168 ...................................... 867-1988
Lodging & Restaurants
Chipperfield Coffee Company .................. 867-5751
Cookins Catering ...................................... 867-4559
Cornerstone Grill ...................................... 867-2505
Dari Isle Drive In ...................................... 867-3601
Fairmount Bed & Breakfast ...................... 874-2165
Gateway M otel .......................................... 867-2729
Heather’s Catering .................................... 867-3162
Maushies .................................................. 867-5258
Minnedosa Campground............................867-3450
Minnedosa Main Street Cafe .................... 867-2706
Tilson P lace ............................................... 867-2830
Uncle Tom’s R estaurant ............................ 867-2109
Valley Motor Lodge .................................. 867-5858
Used by permission from
The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd.
The goal of the Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce is to be the voice of the
business community and enhance trade and
commerce in the Minnedosa area.
Recreation & Entertainment
Services
Dancingfish Yoga.......................................867-2830
D & D Music Factory.................................867-3610
Deb Pritchard Golf Services ......................867-3151
Minnedosa B owl ........................................867-2827
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre 867-2272
Minnedosa Golf & Country Club ..............867-3151
Minnedosa Fitness Centre ..........................867-5172
Minnedosa 50+ Activity Centre .................867-1956
Minnedosa Rec Commission .....................867-2272
Rockin’ the Fields ......................................867-3848
Ski Valley ...................................................867-3509
Superstar Media Services ...........................867-2034
Up & Away Balloons .................................867-3599
880 CKLQ/ 94.7 Star FM ........................ 726-8888
Apex Facility Services ............................... 868-5370
CJ 97 Radio...............................................476-2669
Connie’s Style on Mayne ......................... 867-3696
Crocus Upholstering ................................ 867-5014
Curves of Minnedosa ............................... 867-5985
DestinationsP lus...................................... 867-5777
enJoy Salon & Spa ................................... 867-2533
Hamel Computers .................................... 867-3347
Johnston Yard Care Services.....................476-4705
Ken Cameron.............................................867-7392
Kim’s House/Business Cleaning Service .....867-3272
Lakeside Septic Service & Water Hauling867-2416
Leona’s Studio of Image .......................... 867-2287
Minnedosa Calvary Church.......................867-5342
Minnedosa Community Childcare Co-op 867-3313
Minnedosa Funeral Service...................... 867-3868
Minnedosa Regional Library ................... 867-2585
Minnedosa Taxi ........................................ 867-5629
Minnedosa Tribune .................................. 867-3816
Modern Looks Unisex Hair Design ......... 867-5694
Photoz By Dez ......................................... 867-3610
Prairie Rooster Ventures........................... 867-3149
Puddle Jumpers Daycare .......................... 867-3100
Service to Seniors .................................... 867-5190
ValleyR oyal Travel.................................. 867-2711
VM Transport ........................................... 867-5436
Westman Communications Group .....1-800-665-3337
Yellowhead Regional Employment.......... 867-2833
Xerox - Kelty Marketing .......................... 726-0242
Real Estate
HomeLife Home Professional Realty
Rick Taylor............................................. 867-7551
Re/Max Prairie Mountain
Gwen Usick, Realtor ............................. 867-4657
Royal LePage Martin-Liberty Realty
Marie Robinson ..................................... 867-3274
Sutton/Harrison Realty
Peter M. Harrison .................................. 867-5444
Sutton/Harrison Realty
Louise McInnes, Realtor ....................... 867-4346
Builders & Tradesman
Birch Construction Ltd. .......... 867-7506, 867-0400
C. Burton Enterprises Ltd. ....................... 867-3950
Clint Moffat & Sons Ltd. ......................... 867-3356
GlenndosaG lass....................................... 867-3643
Gord Kelly Plumbing & Heating ............. 867-2084
Hillside Plumbing & Heating....................868-5358
Jim Henry Construction ........................... 868-5367
Kingdon Electric........................................867-7153
Parish Backhoe Services .......................... 874-2134
Prairie Concrete ....................................... 867-3853
Saler’s Backhoe & Trucking .................... 867-3454
T.H.E.M. Terry’s Home
Enrichment Maintenance ................. 705-8436
Wahoski’s Plumbing & Heating............... 867-3121
Westhope Builders ................................... 868-5012
Government; Utilities; Education
Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives ...... 868-5152
Leanne Rowat MLA................................. 867-2297
Liquor Control Commission .................... 867-2838
Manitoba H ydro ....................................... 867-2288
Minnedosa Adult Learning Centre ........... 867-2519
Minnedosa & Area CDC .......................... 867-3885
Minnedosa Collegiate Institute ................ 867-2794
Minnedosa Regional Archives..................867-2841
R.M. of Minto .......................................... 867-3865
R.M. of Odanah........................................ 867-3282
Tanner’s Crossing School ........................ 867-2591
Town of Minnedosa ................................. 867-2727
Box 857, Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0
Phone: 867-2951
E-Mail: [email protected]
Visit us on the Web: www.discoverminnedosa.ca
Japanese Garden
A
sister
community partnership
between Minnedosa and Ishii, Japan began in the mid
1990s. The purpose behind the twinning project was to
promote friendship and to facilitate the mutual understanding
of our respective cultures.
The partnership has been recognized in our community
with the establishment of a Japanese garden which is located
behind the Minnedosa Regional Library. The garden serves as
a place for all Minnedosans and visitors to enjoy as well as
serving as a memorial for Yuko Miyaura, one of the young
Ishii delegates, who visited Minnedosa before her untimely
passing.
Establishing an authentic Japanese garden in Canada took
a great deal of research and planning due to drastic climate
differences between the two countries. Several non-plant
features
can be found in the
Minnedosa Japanese Garden to make
it appear more authentic. These include a basin made of
rock which is known as Chozubacki, a Shishi Odoshi, which
is made of bamboo and a rain chain called Kusari doi.
A static (non changing) Zen Garden has also been
incorporated with the Minnedosa Japanese Garden. The Zen
Garden is surrounded by a bamboo fence.
When in Minnedosa, be sure to drop by the library and
visit the Japanese Garden and take in the solitude and relaxing
atmosphere it offers visitors. You’ll come away feeling
refreshed and energized.
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Minnedosa Auto Wreckers
867-4346
“Buying or Selling - For all your Real
Estate needs call
Louise today!”
Louise McInnes - Realtor
Call 204-867-4346
Sutton-Harrison Realty
Towing ● Automobile Parts & Service ● Lockouts
Pat & Diane Ritchie
Phone: 204-867-3877
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“Your home is where my heart is..”
Dr. Beth Eagan
B.Sc., D.C.
115-3 Main St. South
Minnedosa, MB
R0J 1E0
1-204-867-5290
Tilson Place
Bed & Breakfast
(Formerly The Castle)
Minnedosa
Ethanol
Plant
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Husky Oil Marketing Company
Enjoy a relaxing experience in the beautiful
1901 Queen Anne Revival Home
5 guest rooms, full hot breakfast
149-2nd Ave, S.W.
Minnedosa, Manitoba
204-867-2830
www.tilsonplace.com
[email protected]
Rockin’ the Fields
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weekend has rocked in
Minnedosa since 1996 when a classic rock music festival
was born. Today, that festival is known as Rockin’ the Fields
of Minnedosa and has grown from a three-day to four-day
music extravaganza.
Rockin’ the Fields features a number of big name
musical entertainers but is also much more than just music.
A number of unique venders can be found onsite and special
attractions such as a beach volleyball tournament add to the
weekend’s excitement. Onsite camping is available. Campers
always get in the spirit of the festival and many choose to decorate
their campsites in some very creative and unique ways. A stroll
through the camping grounds is always a worthwhile activity
as you just never know what creativity you may find. The
festival
is currently driven
by a dedicated and hard working crew
of fans who work hand in hand with locals to benefit the
entire community. A number of local service clubs help out
with the festival in exchange for a percentage of the festival’s
proceeds. Since this partnership began, over $105,000 has
been donated back to the community.
Plan to spend your August long weekend with us
and help us Rock the Fields of Minnedosa! The festival
site is located on the top of the hill, north of the Minnedosa
campground along Provincial Road #262. The site sits along
the eastern shores of the north end of Minnedosa Lake.
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an active community year
round, especially when it comes to physical and recreational
activities. There are walking, jogging, and running trails to
explore and enjoy. If you brought your bicycle with you, feel
free to cycle around the community.
In the warm summer months you can enjoy a variety of
sports such as golf, baseball, soccer, rugby, football, tennis,
basketball, volleyball, badminton, and more.
Minnedosa Lake is the perfect spot for swimming, boating,
kayaking, fishing, water skiing, tubing, and other water related
sports and activities. Many enjoy canoeing along the Little
Saskatchewan River which passes right through our valley
town.
During the chilly winter months, the recreational activities
continue
with such activities
as hockey, curling, skiing, skating,
snowshoeing, tobogganing and snowmobiling.
Some other recreational attractions Minnedosa has to
offer include a bowling alley, fitness and exercise centres
and programs, walking clubs, indoor swimming pool, golf, a
karate club, weekly bingos, billiards, shuffleboard, darts, card
games, Video Lottery Terminals, playgrounds, and more.
No matter what time of the year you visit Minnedosa, or
what type of recreational activities you enjoy, you are sure to
find something to meet your needs. Get active, play safe, and
have fun!
MEMBERSHIPS
Adult - Unrestricted
$715.00
Adult - Restricted
$625.00
Family
Student
Junior
Practice Green
Watered Greens & Fairways
Driving Range
$1,525.00
$325.00
$185.00
DRIVING RANGE
Single
Family
Small bucket
Large bucket
$100.00
$160.00
$4.00
$6.00
GREEN FEES
ADULT
18 holes
$33 weekday
$35 weekend
9 holes
$22 weekday
$24 weekend
TWILIGHT $24
JUNIOR
18 holes
9 holes
$16
$11
Also available
9 hole & 18 hole
punch cards!
Stay & Play Packages
(PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
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Sunday & Monday - Skins Game
Tuesday - Senior Men’s
Wednesday - Senior Ladies’ & Ladies’ Night
Thursday - Men’s Night
Call Pro Shop for details and other weekly events.
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7 a.m. to Dusk
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of our community’s greatest attractions. Throughout
the golfing season, the local course attracts golfers from near
and far, whether it’s for a relaxing day of golf with friends or
competing in one of the many tournaments hosted by the club.
Minnedosa’s 18-hole links style golf course is one of the
most picturesque courses with beautiful landscaping, and well
manicured greens throughout. Located in a pristine valley setting,
the Minnedosa Golf Course features elevation changes of over
120 feet. From some of the higher points of the course, golfers can
see why many choose to visit this beautiful community, nestled
in the Little Saskatchewan valley. A game at the Minnedosa Golf
Course offers relaxation and enjoyment while at the same time
challenging your game skill.
In addition to the game, the Minnedosa Golf and
Country Club offers a fully equipped Pro Shop. Our CPGA,
Deb
Pritchard,
and her knowledgeable staff, are
available to help meet all your golfing needs. The
Pro Shop carries a full line of golf-related goods as well as
top quality apparel for men and ladies. Private lessons, special
golf packages, and cart rentals are also available. Members of
the Minnedosa Golf and Country Club benefit from a number
of special services such as weekly power cart and/or golf club
cleanings.
The recently renovated kitchen at the club offers a full range
of menu items from drinks and light snacks, to main dishes from
breakfast, dinner, or supper.
Whether a beginner or a pro, a visit to the Minnedosa Golf
and Country Club will be an unforgettable, enjoyable experience.
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Minnedosa Regional
Library & Archives
Minnedosa Community
Conference Centre
Minnedosa Arena
Minnedosa Golf & Curling
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Minnedosa Heritage Village
Ski Valley
Bison Park
Tanner’s Crossing Park
CPR Station
Minnedosa Town Office
Rockin’ the Fields
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Lake and Spillway
A
popular
attraction in our valley is the
Minnedosa Spillway. Located at the southeast corner
of Minnedosa Lake, the current spillway is the second such
structure to stand at this location. The original collapsed on
May 4th, 1948, causing a major flooding disaster for downtown
Minnedosa. A book on this event, Hold Back the Dam, was
produced by the Minnedosa District Heritage Foundation to
mark the 50th anniversary of the collapse in 1998. This book is
still available for purchase at a number of local businesses.
History of the spillway and Minnedosa Lake dates back to
1907 when a group of local men created the Minnedosa
Power Company. The plan was to construct a dam, spillway,
hydro-electric generating station and lake, which would serve
as a reservoir to run the power turbines and supply electric power
to the booming Town of Minnedosa. Our man-made lake is
100 years old as water first flowed over the logs of the Minnedosa
spillway
on April 10th, 1912.
For the three years following the
spillway collapse in 1948, the lake remained dry with
only the Little Saskatchewan River meandering through its
once pristine waters. A combined effort of the Town and
surrounding Rural Municipalities convinced government
departments that the lake and spillway must be rebuilt to
serve as a major water conservation area for the entire
district. Work on the current spillway began in 1950 and was
completed two years later. Maintenance and repairs to the
spillway and earthen dam that holds the waters of Minnedosa
Lake back from the town have been ongoing with the most
recent major stabilization project undertaken in 2009 and 2010.
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Bison Park
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Highway #262 between
downtown Minnedosa and Minnedosa Lake, you will find
a herd of bison housed in a large, fenced compound known
as the Bison Park.
Decades ago, bison herds, numbering in the millions
roamed the plains and crossed the Little Saskatchewan River
Valley as part of their natural migration route. In March
2006, the bison returned to Minnedosa, thanks to a tourism
project developed by the Minnedosa Lake Rehabilitation
Committee. For the past 16 years, our local herd of bison
have been a popular attraction for both local residents and
visitors to our community.
The bison park is designed to provide a spacious grazing
ground for the herd as well as visibility for spectators from
all sides. The bison remain onsite at the local compound
yearround, so it does
not matter what time of year you visit
Minnedosa, you can always visit the bison! If you are
fortunate enough to be in the area during April or May, there
is a great chance you will see newborn calves roaming close
to their mothers.
Bison bulls live for an average of 20 years and weigh
in at an average of 900 kg or 2,000 lbs. The female bison
(cows) have an average lifespan of 17 years and usually
weigh in the neighbourhood of 545 kg or 1,200 lbs. Bison
calves are born between April and May and weigh an average
of 27 kg or 60 lbs.
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Minnedosa’s fish ladder is the longest in Manitoba.
The purpose of the fish ladder is to allow various
species of fish to travel from the bottom of the Little
Saskatchewan River, up into Minnedosa Lake and then
further up the chain of lakes. Target fish species that
will utilize the run include mature walleye, northern
pike and white sucker.
Minnedosa’s fish ladder emulates a natural type
of channel system. It consists of a series of pools and
rock riffles. Each pool is approximately nine inches
apart in elevation which gives the fish a chance to rest
before continuing their climb up the fast moving water
as it moves down the riffles. In total, there are 22 pool and
riffle
structures along
the fish ladder, before the fish
travel through a 55 foot culvert and make one last
burst through the exit of the structure into Minnedosa
Lake. Although man made, the fish ladder has a natural
appearance, as if it was meant to be in its current
location.
Excellent viewing areas can be found along the
entire length of the fish ladder which is located just
south of Minnedosa Lake, next to the spillway. The
best time to view the action of the fish ladder is in
early spring during peak spawning season.
Fishing
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he lakes and
rivers in and around Minnedosa
are abundant with many types of fish and challenges for
all skill levels of anglers. Some common species found in
the area include Northern Pike (Jack), Walleye (Pickerel),
Perch and Rock Bass.
A great spot to introduce young anglers to the sport of
fishing is at the trout pond located at the Heritage Village.
This pond operates on a catch and release basis early in the
season. Later in the season, anglers are welcome to keep
what they catch. More information on these regulations is
posted near the pond.
Another great spot for trout fishing is at Anton’s Lake,
which is located north of the rest stop at the intersection
of highways 10 and 16 north west of Minnedosa. This
lake
is stocked with
brown and rainbow trout. The limit
is two fish each and all are welcome, as long as they
hold a current Manitoba fishing license. Although no motor
boats are allowed on Anton’s Lake, electric motors are.
Some good fishing spots are just above the spillway
along the shores of Minnedosa Lake and below the dam
and all along the shores of the Little Saskatchewan River
which meanders through the community. During the winter
months, many locals enjoy ice fishing on Minnedosa Lake.
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enjoy walking and nature,
Minnedosa has a number of trails available to check
out. Entrances to the various trails can be found throughout the
community such as near the CP engine and caboose in Tanner’s
Park, just east of the Main Street Bridge. You can also enter
the trails at the Heritage Village, or at the spillway south of
Minnedosa Lake. There is also a newly developed walking
trail near the schools, which are located west of Main Street on
Armitage Avenue.
As you wander along the many pathways available in the
community, you will notice a number of special attractions.
In addition to the natural attractions and scenic views, some
of the trails include various informational or historic plaques,
benches for resting and miniature fitness centres where you
can stretch, do some chin ups, tummy curls or more! There is
also the Rotary Suspension Bridge, located southeast of the
Heritage
Village and great
viewing of the Bison Park from some of
the trails.
Along the dam, west of the spillway is the Flag Walk which
features the flags of the country as well as some from other
countries, which represent the homelands of our areas pioneers.
For a walk through rustic nature, check out the Oxbow Nature
Trail. This trail is located south of Minnedosa Lake, between the
spillway and Heritage Village. As you make your way through
the winding path, you will behold much of the natural beauty
this area offers. From native grasses, wildflowers, shrubs and
trees to a variety of bird species, you are sure to spot something
different each time you wander along the trail.
Shop
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city shopping behind and enjoy a relaxing shopping
adventure in downtown Minnedosa. Our business district is
centrally located in the heart of Minnedosa and is made up of
numerous restaurants, stores and unique shops each with its
own special line of treasures for shoppers.
Minnedosa has a strong Chamber of Commerce with 148
members. The Chamber membership list, found elsewhere
in this publication, reads like a who’s who of the Minnedosa
business district. Throughout the year, the local Chamber is
active with weekly lunch meetings and initiatives to promote
and encourage residents to shop local. These include a Shopper
Reward Card, coupon sheets and during the weeks leading up
to Christmas, a shop local gift guide to advertise some of the
many gift ideas available here in our own business community.
The
Chamber hosts
a town-wide garage sale during
May long weekend, Ag Appreciation BBQ in June,
and Santa Day with free photos with Santa in December. The
Chamber also sponsors the community parade during Fun Fest.
No matter what it is you are in search of, you are sure
to find it in one of our Minnedosa businesses. Take some
time to stroll along Main Street and drop in to browse, shop,
and support our many friendly business places. The friendly,
qualified staff will assist you with any questions or inquiries.
Take advantage of the many benefits and opportunities that
await as you shop downtown Minnedosa.
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the eastern edge of the Town
of Minnedosa, you can access the Lions Lookout Tower
by ascending the gravel road towards the Minnedosa
Cemetery. The tower provides a spectacular view of
Minnedosa Lake, beach and campground areas as well as
the Bison Park and other attractions.
Located at the top of the Lookout Tower is a plaque and
a sighting post that details the location and the historical
importance of Odanah Pass.
Also, quite a nice view is provided of the Heritage
Village and Museum grounds located below the tower just
beyond the Bison Compound and the Rotary Suspension
Bridge.
Located
in that same area are the
trout pond, heritage walking trails and the
Oxbow Nature Trail that leads from the Heritage Village
to the spillway and fish ladder area.
Take your time and take a short walk through the area.
There are over 20 historical plaques to be viewed along the
various trails detailing the history of our town and area.
During the autumn months, the views from this lofty
position are nothing short of spectacular.
Historic Sighting Posts
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ne of the
best places to learn the story
of Minnedosa is the sighting posts located on the east
side of the spillway along the Beach Road. (Hwy #262).
Here you will find plaques depicting nine specific points of
interest located in the immediate area.
Beginning with “Old Crossing” on the Carlton Trail
located in the vicinity of the farm located at the north end
of Lake Minnedosa and the North West Fur Trading Post
which was located at a spot which is now covered by the
lake to the once feared “Norquay Rapids”, since tamed
with the construction of the dam and spillway.
The sighting posts also point the way to “Tanner’s
Crossing” and the building of the railroad in 1883.
Since the 1850s Minnedosa has been a very busy
community. The Carlton Trail split into three separate trails
east
of Minnedosa
and there were three distinct
river crossings within a few miles of the town.
These crossings were: “Old Crossing”, mentioned above,
and “Tanner’s Crossing”, located just down the road about
half a mile and “Hare’s Crossing”, which was located about
five miles westward where the valley turns south towards
Rapid City. All three crossings operated at the same time
with “Old Crossing” eventually being replaced by the other
two.
All traffic ceased along the Carlton Trail and the crossings
with the coming of the Manitoba and Northwestern Railway
in 1883, the year Minnedosa was incorporated as a town.
Parks and
Playgrounds
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hroughout
the community, there are a
number of parks and playgrounds for children and
families to enjoy. Pictured above is Tanner’s Crossing Park
located on the east side of Main Street just south of the
bridge. The park was created in 1970 by the local Railroad
Centennial Committee. Highlights of the park include a
decommissioned Canadian Pacific engine and caboose as
well as a band stand dedicated to the memory of former
Minnedosa Mayor and musician, Rick Everett.
Downtown Minnedosa also features a number of
small corner parks, known as Founders Parks. These parks, a
project undertaken by the Chamber of Commerce Business
Improvement Committee can be found along Main Street at
the corners of 2nd Avenue North, 3rd Avenue North, Armitage Avenue and 2nd Avenue South (across from the clock
tower).
Further south on Main
Street, is a Founder’s Park dedicated to
Minnedosa resident and former Manitoba Premier, the late
Walter Weir. This one is located at the corner of Main Street
and 3rd Avenue S.W.
The Elks playground can be found at Minnedosa
beach, just north of the spillway. There are also playgrounds
located at the corners of 4th Avenue and 2nd Street N.W.,
8th Avenue and 2nd Street S.W., and along 5th Avenue
N.E. between 3rd and 4th Street. Enjoy some time alone or
together with family and friends at one our beautiful parks
or playgrounds.
Groceries!
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Excavating
Water & Sewer Installations
Site Preparation
Landscaping
Snow Removal
Welcome Vistors!
204-867-3356
Glenndosa Glass
Groceries, Meat,
Produce, R.O.
Water & Lottery
Open 9:00 a.m.
to 9:00 p.m.
7 days a week
Parking available at front
& back entrances to store
Windows
Glass Repairs
Window Coverings
Windshields
Exterior Siding
Autoglass
Locksmithing
Exterior & Interior
Doors
Renovations
Metal Cladding
Home & Vehicle Lock Outs, Window & Door Sales & Repairs
119 Main Street
Minnedosa, MB
Phone: 204-867-3643
[email protected]
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Visit to
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Health & Beauty Aids
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First Aid Supplies
After Hours Call: 204-867-3978
Sunscreen
Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday - Saturday
Excluding holidays
77 Main Street South ● Minnedosa ● 204-867-2071
What is that siren
all about?
W
hen visiting Minnedosa you will hear a wailing
siren at certain times during the day. Do not be
alarmed, the siren sounds three times a day at 8
a.m., 12 noon, and 6 p.m.
The siren is also used in certain emergency situations. If
you hear the siren wail at numerous intervals, it is alerting
local fire department volunteers of a fire or emergency call
in which their assistance is required.
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Join us for the
49th annual
Minnedosa Fun Fest
and Heritage Days
July 13th to 15th, 2012
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TIRES, BATTERIES & C-STORE
CIGARETTES, ICE, PHONE CARDS,
SLUSHIES AND ICED CAPPUCCINO
SUMMER HOURS:
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday - Saturday
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sundays & Holidays
Three days of family fun including parades,
food, music and more!
Watch for detailed schedule of events in
The Minnedosa Tribune.
Mother Nature’s
Gas Station
GAS & DIESEL
204-867-2882
Skate the Lake
F
or
one weekend
in February, the frozen surface
of Minnedosa Lake becomes home to an annual pond
hockey tournament. This event was organized not only as
a great opportunity for playing some outdoor hockey, but
also as a community fundraiser. Since it’s inception in
2007, Skate the Lake has donated over $21,000 back to
the community. Funding recipients have included the local
Community Daycare and the Minnedosa Regional Events
Centre project. This project will include the development of
a new arena, fitness centre and outdoor sports fields at the
current fairgrounds along the north hills of town.
Skate the Lake is operated with a number of special rules to
ensure safe and fair game play for all. Customized nets are used
in place of goalies. Multiple thirty minute games are played on
the
various rinks
cleared on Lake Minnedosa. The
five-player teams are encouraged to be creative and
come up with their own team name and jerseys. The teams
have certainly taken that challenge with a number of unique
team names such as the Bad Mother Puckers, and Burgess
Quality Dudes (in honour of our local grocery store Burgess
Quality Foods).
If you happen to be in Minnedosa during that one special
weekend in February, be sure to head out to the lake for
some entertaining pond hockey. It’s for a good cause!
Frontier Trading
Company
Phone: 867-5551
151 9th Ave S.W
A year long garage sale or a
non-profit recycle depot...
whatever way you look at it, we are it!
A rotating stock of gently used misc. items,
furniture and clothing at
YARD SALE PRICES!!!
Minnedosa 50+
Activity Centre
31 Main Street South
(opposite the war memorial cenotaph)
OPEN
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Saturday
Best
Homemade
Burgers &
Ice Cream
Around
Cards, Floor Shuffle,
Wii Games, Pool
Coffee, Tea and Cookies
Enjoy With Friends
Summer Hours:
11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Daily
North end of
Main St.
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS
WELCOME
DO COME AND JOIN US FOR
FUN & FELLOWSHIP
Large selection of Antique items.
Dari Isle
Drive-In
204-867-3601
OPEN 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
Free pick-up with any donation
204-867-5551
Minnedosa
Dollar Store
Clanwilliam General Store
& Coffee Shop
(Located 10 min. North of Minnedosa, MB on Highway #262)
~ Groceries ~
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~ Lunch ~
~ Refreshments ~
~ Desserts ~
~ Ice Cream ~
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Phone: 204-865-2249
www.clanwilliamgeneralstorecoffeeshop.com
We also have...
Fireworks ● Sunglasses
Party Supplies
Seasonal Items ● Toys
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Baby Gifts
Wedding & Anniversary
Giftware
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Indoor/Outdoor run’s
Grooming by appointment
To book your dog in for
it’s holidays
Call Kim at
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Monday to Thursday 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 6 a.m. - 12 a.m. •Sunday 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
140 MAIN STREET NORTH
PH: 204-867-5254
Farm Fresh Food
Find Littlepath Market At
North Main Street and 6th Ave.
(Next to Dari-Isle)
Two opportunities through the week
to find your garden fresh food!
Mid-week Market
Tuesdays 4-7 p.m.
Fridays Farmers Market 4-6 p.m.
Featuring Locally Grown Foods:
Find the weekly Minnedosa Farmers Market At
North Main Street and 6th Ave
(Next to Dari-Isle)
Every Friday 4p.m. - 6 p.m.
Opening Day June 22, 2012
Running Until September 21, 2012
Fresh Produce, Prarie Fruits and Herbs
Homemade Baked Goods and Preserves
Plants, Flowers, Arts and Crafts
Weekly Live Entertainment!
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Pastured Poultry and Pork From the Farm
New Vendors are Encouraged and Welcome
Contact:
Wes Huyghe at
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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