16 Free Things To Do In Winnipeg This Summer If You're Bored And Broke

No money, no problem!
16 Free Things To Do In Winnipeg This Summer If You're Bored And Broke

Mo money, mo problems! So let's go with no money, no problems! When you have no money there are a lot of trips to the park, the forks, walking around, etc. because well, it's free. Money doesn't buy happiness, but going out and having fun does!

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Rather than browse shops or markets you can't afford, (there's only so much window shopping one can take) check out something that is 100% FREE, where you don't have to explain to everyone over and over again that you have no money! So enjoy these 16 Free Things To Do In Winnipeg This Summer If You're Bored And Broke.

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Ballet Dance Class // Until June 6

Learn to dance and participate in Canada's 150th performance! Teach me more than how to dougie!

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ART EXPRESS’D // May 15 - 22

3 shipping containers will be transformed into art studios and travel across Canada! Check it out at the forks.

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Doors Open Winnipeg // May 27 & 28

Winnipeg opens it's doors to some amazing places for you to check out! Haunted, secret, jails, they have it all.

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Pride Parade // May 26 - June 4

Wicked floats and music! You can usually get free chocolate or treats too!

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Jazzfest // June 15 - 25

Jazz, rock, rnb, electronic, latin music and more! They always have a huge variety!

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Fringe Festival // July 19 - 30

Check out acrobats and other crazy things. This will definitely cure your boredom!

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Aboriginal Day // June 21

Huge free concert at the forks! Don't miss the pow wow dancers!

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Canada Day  // July 1

You need to watch the fireworks on Canada Day at The Forks! There are also many other activities going on throughout the day.

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MEME // Aug 17 - 20

The craziest festival at the cube! They always have brand new music for you to get into.

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Downtown Outdoor Movies // Dates TBD

Go retro and pretend you're at a Drive-In! It's also a super cute date idea!

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Human Rights Museum // First Wednesday Of Every Month 5-9pm

Probably the coolest building in Manitoba! If you live here you should have checked it out by now!

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Fitness In The Park // Dates TBD

Get beach bod ready! Perfect if you can't afford your gym membership!

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Downtown Concert Series // Dates TBD

You can never get enough free music! Spotify is too expensive anyways.

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Jazz In The Park // May 26 - June 4

Bask in the sun to some chill music! No need to play music off your phone.

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Brewery Tour // Every Saturday 1PM

Courtesy of Half Pints! Brush up on your brewery knowledge.

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Assiniboia Downs Racing // Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays

Bet against yourself or your broke friends! If you loose don't worry, you didn't have any money anyways!

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