Sunday - August 11th

Grounds open at noon.
Stop by the CIBC Information Booth from noon to 8pm to have all your questions answered. Look for its new location near the midway!
The Harvest Festival reserves the right to change times and locations of events.


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Around the Grounds...

All Day - Free Wifi!
Our grounds offer Free Wifi to all our visitors. Stop by the VISP booth to get the daily password.

Noon - 11pm - Midway is open!  
Ride-all-day with the purchase of a wrist band for $30 per person. Need to cool off? Wristband purchases also get you into the Winkler Aquatic Centre for FREE!

Noon - 11pm - Food & Display Vendors are open
The food court is easy to find, just follow your nose! Music provided by MK Sound with Karaoke from 4pm - 5pm.


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Community Celebration/Appreciation

Main Stage
10am - 11:30am - Community Worship Service
Come join us as we gather from many different churches in Winkler to worship! Steve Zacharias will be preaching and WMBC will lead us in singing. Everyone is welcome!

Food Court
4pm - Watermelon & Roll Kuchen

Come try a traditional Mennonite faspa favourite! While supplies last.

Main Stage
10pm - Fireworks

Best place to watch the close out of the festival is at the Main Stage. Extra awesome, thanks to FB Industries, Triple E and Lode King.


Kid's Entertainment

Presented by Manitoba Hydro

1pm - 5pm - Kid's Entertainment Open!
Stop by the Kid's Entertainment area to check out the Crocus Petting Zoo and the Kid's Activity Tent for carnival games and prizes (for children 10 and under only).

1pm - 5pm - Kid's Fun Zone / Motion Zone
Try your hand at some skill based activities including games, obstacle course, and other physical activities.

2pm - Safari Jeff Show
Presenting live animal displays, videos and a show.

4pm - Safari Jeff Show
Learn about and see up-close exotic animals like snakes and iguanas.

6pm - Safari Jeff Show
The kids love to see these creatures up-close.


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Cultural Stage

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm - Island Breeze
Island Breeze Manitoba is part of Youth With A Mission and performs culture music and dance from the Islands of Hawaii, Fiji, Tahiti, Samoa and New Zealand. 

3:00 pm - 3:45 pm - Jason Lepine & Guest
Metis
Metis Fiddle Champion and Recording Artist. Won “Best Fiddle Album of the Year” at the 2014 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards.

3:45 pm - 4:15 pm - Noela Yemal
Argentina
We can highlight her tribute to the great "Estela Raval and the five Latinos" presented in the emblematic corner of "Homero Manzi" and the remarkable bar "Los 36 billares" among others (2018 / present).

4:15 pm - 4:35 pm - Fun & Fire
More information coming soon!

4:35 pm - 5:15 pm - Café Latina
Latin America
They bring traditional and contemporary music from the Americas to the stage. Sing or even dance to your favorite Latin tunes with Café Latino.

5:15 pm - 6:00 pm - Evan’s Coffie
African
Music and dance of West Africa. His performances include Calypso, Reggae and African Highlife styles of music as well as African dance styles based on Mother Africa’s root traditional ethnic backgrounds.


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Main Stage

7pm - 8pm - The Color
The Color has been awarded multiple Canadian GMA awards and has spent the last few years touring their home country, full-time, from Coast to Coast. They have shared the stage with many great artists such as For King & Country, Tenth Avenue North, Jamie Grace, Kutless and they most recently toured across Canada with Grammy-nominated Building 429.

8:30pm - 10:00pm - SWITCHFOOT
A repertoire of 10 albums, multiple hit singles, millions of records sold, a GRAMMY Award and 20 years of touring, SWITCHFOOT is sure to be a great Sunday night crowd pleaser. Switchfoot is an American rock band from San Diego, California. After early successes in the Christian rock scene, Switchfoot first gained mainstream recognition with the inclusion of four of their songs in the 2002 movie A Walk to Remember. This recognition led to their major label debut, The Beautiful Letdown, which was released in 2003 and featured the hits "Meant to Live" and "Dare You to Move". In 2018 they released a new album “Native Tongue” that has caught the attention of the music scene all over again.


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Events Off The Grounds

1pm - 9pm - Art Show
Winkler Arts & Culture Centre, 547 Park Street
Check out the art exhibit. Beer and wine available for purchase.

7:30am - 11am - Winkler Flying Club Fly in Breakfast
Winkler Airport
Breakfast is by donation with proceeds going to Mussion Aciation Fellowship. Breakfast includes Pancakes, Scambled eggs, Hash browns and Sausage.

Noon - 4pm - Shine in the Shade
In the Winkler Park
Car Show presented by Border Hills Car Club. Free registration upon arrival. Call (204) 362-2379 for more information.