Three things to do in Winnipeg this weekend

Three things to do in Winnipeg this weekend

Many great activities and family events available this upcoming weekend, the days are starting to get a little bit longer, which gives us even more time to enjoy what Winnipeg has to offer. Let’s make some great memories!

Run Your Lungs Out race:

It may be called Run Your Lungs Out (RYLO), but even non-runners can get in on this one — you can also do yoga or join the Bootcamp.

No matter the method, there are tons of fun ways to get active and give back this weekend in the Run Your Lungs Out 24-hour treadmill challenge.

The event starts at 1 p.m. Saturday in centre court at CF Polo Park, where basically 384 runners/walkers will hit treadmills throughout the 24 hour period. All the money raised will go to the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation.

Fighting the good fight:

This weekend, every-day Manitobans will step into the boxing ring to face-off against one another in the 3rd annual Fight for Charity at the RBC Convention Centre.

It’s been weeks in the making, 12 to be exact, while these brave folks trained with elite boxing coaches from Pan Am Boxing Club and raised funds for this year’s charity, Big Brother Big Sisters Winnipeg.

New spring threads:

For most of us, spring cleaning includes clearing out our closets, which means there’s fresh space for some new outfits.

Well, one special shopping event this weekend can help you out with that.

Winnipeg Op-Shop is a wonderful flea market full of beautiful, fun and funky ‘pre-loved’ clothing and accessories.

This Saturday, the fifth event of it’s kind, runs at The Park Theatre in South Osborne from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Share this wonderful time with your family and loved ones, enjoy the winter in our beautiful city and do not forget to create magic not only for your children but for everyone around you!

Seven Oaks Pool is now open in Winnipeg
Family activities Run Your Lungs Out Fighting the good fight
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