This is a great art prize!

The Artists Emporium has donated gift certificates to the Red River Heritage Fair. This is a very cool shop on St. James Street that stocks just about anything an artist could ever want. If you’re at all artistic (or know someone who is) you should stop by this store.

We’ll be using these as the prize for our Art Award. So, if you’re wondering, this also confirms our art award. Art is a very different way to tell history, but worth exploring. If you don’t already know about it, check out the Art Gallery page.

Thanks to the Aritists Emporium for their support of our Fair.

Winnipeg Goldeyes

Do you like baseball and heritage?

The Red River Heritage Fair, with the help of the Winnipeg Goldeyes, is holding a fundraiser. Buy tickets for the Goldeyes game on June 12 and the Fair benefits. When you’ve chosen the seat/s you want, use the promo code 113GOLDEYES to show that you support the Red River Heritage Fair. We get 10% of the ticket price and you get to attend a great ballgame.

Everybody wins at this ballgame. (Okay, not the Gary Southshore Railcats.)

Support the Fair without any extra cost to yourself

Mabel’s Labels are probably the toughest personalized labels you’ll ever find. We’ve used them in our family for several years. They can go on the containers your kids bring to schools (and go through the dishwasher hundreds of times), in the heel of your child’s shoes (and legibly survive the entire school year) or on your personal belongings like cameras, bluetooth speakers, and coffee mugs. Mabel even has metal tags that can work on your luggage.

Now you can get some unbelievable labels for yourself and help the Fair at no extra charge. If your follow the link here to Mabel’s Labels and purchase your labels, your order will come in the mail, and the Red River Heritage Fair will receive a commission. It’s really that easy to get the toughest labels I’ve ever seen and help the Fair at the same time.

There’s no friend like an old friend

While we always like to have a new friend, there’s no friend like an old friend. Dominos’s has been a faithful supporter of our Fair since we first set up shop nearly 15 years ago.

The pizza provided for our meetings over the years has kept our spirits and our energy levels up as we planned that year’s version of the Red River Heritage Fair.

Thanks to Derek Young and the Domino’s at 468 Osborne Street, and 1965 Main Street for their on-going support of the Red River Heritage Fair and the kids who benefit from the program the Fair offers.

If you’re thinking about pizza, consider supporting these restaurants, and by doing that supporting the Red River Heritage Fair.

Thanks to Mercedes-Benz Winnipeg and Focus Hyundai

Thanks to our new friends at Meredes-Benz Winnipeg and at Focus Hyundai for their sponsorship of the Red River Heritage Fair.

Their contribution to our Fair and to the learning, growth, and education of the hundreds of students involved in our program is very much appreciated.

It’s great to have new sponsors to help us celebrate the 25th anniverary of the Heritage Fairs program.

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