If you’re a lover of the Tango, then the Argentina “Tango” Pavilion is the place for you.
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.
Where did two 1,000 pound stones used in historic East Kildonan water mill end up?
Taking the plunge off the side of a building … for a great cause.
Millstones offer glimpse into rich history east of the Red River, underneath bustling neighbourhoods of Elmwood, East and North Kildonan.
Gorgeous performances, fascinating cultural displays, make Folklorama’s Korean Pavilion an entertaining and engaging experience.
Sometimes that may mean giving their parents a raise.
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.