Saturday - August 12th
Grounds open at noon. Stop by the CIBC Information Booth from Noon to 10pm to have all your questions answered.
The Harvest Festival reserves the right to change times and locations of events.
Around The Grounds...
All day - Free Wifi!
Our grounds now offer Free WIFI! Stop by the VISP booth to get the password.
Noon - Midnight - Midway is open!
Ride-all-day wristbands are $30 per person.
Noon - 11pm - Food & Display Vendors are open!
Just follow your nose to enjoy a wide variety of delicious foods.
Music provided by MK Sound with Karaoke from 3 - 4pm.
1pm - 5pm - Kid's Zone
Check out Safari Jeff and his creatures, including videos, displays and more. Plus, visit the petting zoo, children's games tent, obstacle course, sport demonstrations, and much more! Presented by Manitoba Hydro.
Showtimes at 1pm & 4:30pm
An "edu-tainer" mixing entertainment with education about reptiles. His show features live animals, videos and props.
1pm - 6pm - AquaVan Connecting Communities to Coastlines. (Live marine animals and interactive displays)
3pm - Pet Fashion Show
4pm - Tom & Lori
5pm - James Fehr's classic country band
6pm - James Fehr's classic country band
7pm - Cosplay contest presented by Valley Fiber
10pm - Gaming Tournament presented by Valley Fiber
In the Park
1pm - 3pm - Pet Valu Dog Picnic
Games, giveaways, and prizes for your dog! One dog per person, and please keep your dog leashed at all times.
Noon - 9pm - Stanley Agricultural Society Exhibits
A variety of displays in the arena including crops, garden vegetables, crafts, preserves, 4-H and school work. Also various agricultural and educational displays. For more information visit their website HERE.
Noon - 9pm - 4-H Manitoba Art Exhibition
In honour of Canada's 150th, see the artwork of some of Manitoba's 4-H members. In the arena lobby.
Noon - 9pm - Special exhibit showing Canada's history through artifacts
Presented by the Winkler Heritage Museum and located in the arena.
9am - 4pm - Beach Volleyball Tournament
Visit www.winklerbeachvball.com for more information.
1:30pm - 5pm - Strong Man Competition
Watch these amazing feats of strength, taking place between the arena and swimming pool. With a new women's class!
Horse Show Ring
9am - 6pm - Light Horse & Pony Show
Events Off The Grounds
7am - 10am - Free Pancake Breakfast
Access Credit Union, 295 Main Street.
10am - Parade
Begins at Pembina and 15th Street traveling north. It turns east onto Mountain Avenue, then north onto Main Street. At Roblin the parade turns west and disperses at Park Street. The parade begins at 10am sharp and is about two miles long.
Noon - 6pm - Farmers Market
Outdoors at the Arts and Culture Centre, across from the arena. (547 Park Street)
Noon - 9pm - "Trash Art" exhibit
Located in the Arts and Culture Centre. Free admission to see the work of local artists and refreshments available for purchase.