The 3% of the Winnipeg population from India is truly something to celebrate.
Beautiful music, top notch dancing along with traditional food and must-see cultural displays make this Folklorama Pavilion a worthwhile visit.
Gorgeous performances, fascinating cultural displays, make Folklorama’s Korean Pavilion an entertaining and engaging experience.
Pavilions give visitors an engaging look at a huge variety of cultures from around the world.
From lángos to Dobos torte, Folklorama pavilions celebrating Hungarian culture are known for their ‘comfort food’ delicacies.
Those without a cottage or Hip tickets discover First Fridays in the Exchange is not on summer holiday.
Comfortable venue, vibrant entertainment and authentic cultural food and vendors, creates all around enjoyable experience.
Canada plagued by ‘food mirages’ – available nutritious food sources many can’t afford.
Winnipeggers with big ideas and small budgets pitch their proposals to an audience who vote on the best idea to fund, while enjoying some soup.
FIrst of four Alleyways Markets planned for the Exchange this summer kicked off on Friday with Manitoba foods and products on the menu.