Snowshoe Sunday is Back

Manitoba Post StaffLife

WINNIPEG – The Living Prairie Museum is inviting you to get out your winter gear and join them for Snowshoe Sundays starting this Sunday, January 6th.

The Museum will be open on the first and last Sunday of January and February fro 10-4pm.

This is a great opportunity for members of the public to explore the prairie preserve in winter. Participants can visit the interpretive centre to learn all about the animals and plants that call the prairie home, and warm up by the fire.

Snowshoe rentals are free and no experience is necessary. Snowshoes are loaned out on a first come, first served basis, and winter footwear is required.

Due to the limited number of snowshoes, the Living Prairie Museum cannot accommodate drop-in daycares, field trips, or other large groups. To book a snowshoe program for a group, or for more information, please call 204-832-0167.