May 13: Opening Day
May 20: Victoria Day
July 1: Canada Day - Free!
July 20: Parks Day
August 3: Treaty No. 1 Commemoration
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May 13: Opening Day © Parks Canada
Costumed interpreters return for the season and bring life and excitement to the Fort.
Celebrate Queen Victoria's birthday with special programming!
July 1: Happy birthday, Canada! © Parks Canada
Free admission, kids' crafts, entertainment, face painting, and cake!
Come celebrate Canada’s national parks and national historic sites by exploring Lower Fort Garry’s rich history. Regular entrance rates apply.
August 3: Treaty No. 1 Commemoration© Parks Canada
Explore the history surrounding the making of Treaty No. 1. One hundred and forty two years ago, representatives of the Crown, Anishinaabe, and Muskegon Cree peoples made a commitment to each other with the first of the numbered treaties in western Canada. On this day, we have teaching sessions on Treaty One, the meaning of treaty and celebrate First Nation culture.