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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Manitoba Museum Offering “Local Points” to Visitors

Shopping Local Even More Rewarding Thanks to The Local Frequency Winnipeg, MB (April 26, 2016): The Manitoba Museum has joined Winnipeg-based collective rewards app The Local Frequency that supports and rewards for shopping locally. Rounding out the already 25 local Winnipeg businesses, including restaurants, specialty stores and even a pet kennel, local staple and tourist attraction heavyweight – the Manitoba Museum – is now officially offering “Local Points” with each visit or gift…

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Transit of Mercury – Monday, May 9th, 2016

This Monday, Manitobans can witness a rare astronomical event that at once demonstrates some of the most important principles of the Universe. All you need is clear skies… and a special telescope. Luckily, the Planetarium has you covered on that second one! (More on that later.) As the planets orbit the Sun, their position in our sky changes. Right now (in May 2016), Jupiter is visible in the evening, with Mars and…

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Manitoba Day 2016

Join us on May 14, 2016 for a very special day in honour of our Manitoba’s 146th Birthday! Highlights include: FREE ADMISSION to the Museum Galleries, Science Gallery and Planetarium shows all day long! MEET Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries IMPACT Team Ambassadors: Obby Khan, former CFL Football Player Kaitlyn Lawes, Olympic Gold Medallist Janine Stephens, Olympic Silver Medallist Josh Wytinck, Professional Golfer PAINT a Community Mural in Alloway Hall – thanks to…

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New Dino Dig Discovery Room

On May 6, the Manitoba Museum will open a Dino Dig Discovery Room generating excitement for the arrival of a new member to our Earth History Gallery – a 90-million-year-old pliosaur, coming in August. Before the pliosaur fossil and full-scale replica go on permanent display, visitors can see videos showing how its skeleton was recreated. They will also learn how Triceratops ate, how we know what dinosaur skin looked like, how big Deinonychus’ killer claw was,…

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