Manitoba Showcase is in a different city or town every year, and this year we’re coming to Winkler!
Winkler, Manitoba is a city in southern Manitoba with a population of 14,311. It is one hundred kilometres southwest of Winnipeg. As the largest city in the Pembina Valley, it serves as a regional hub for commerce, agriculture and industry. Winkler is Manitoba’s sixth-largest city and the second fastest growing city in the province.
All of our conference venues will be nice and close together. For the details, see this handy Conference Map!
The PW Enns Centennial Concert Hall has a unique history. Originally built as a church, the facility served as a place of worship for decades. When the Winkler Mennonite Church congregation decided to build a new and larger facility, the city council of Winkler saw an opportunity. After years of planning, designing and renovating, 2006 brought the official opening of the venue, in Winkler’s Centennial year. The PW Enns Centennial Concert Hall is named after Winkler’s anniversary and one of its most famous citizens. PW Enns was the founder of Triple E Canada, the only manufacturer of Class A motor homes in Canada!
Winkler Arts and Culture
is a volunteer organization focused on providing opportunities to share art in its various forms while celebrating the culture that brings art alive. Winkler Arts and Culture is dedicated to providing opportunities to teach, share and celebrate artistic and cultural expression, through education, programs and a community space.
Exhibitions on display at Manitoba Showcase 2019 will be part of the 2020 touring season.
As we said above: all of our conference venues will be nice and close together. Here’s another link to our handy Conference Map