Mennonite Heritage Village is not the only organization trying to close the year with black ink on the bottom line. Many organizations end their fiscal year on December 31.
The Barkfield School here at the Mennonite Heritage Village museum is a sample of the kind of one-room school that dotted the Rural Municipality (RM) of Hanover in the first half of the twentieth century.
Mennonite Heritage Village is blessed with a number of wonderful partnerships with community organizations. One of those is with the Steinbach and Area Garden Club.
Within the last ten to fifteen years, the internet has created a revolutionary public service: Online reviews.
Jenna Klassen joined our team here at Mennonite Heritage Village in early October as our new Assistant Curator.
Our Outdoor Village at Mennonite Heritage Village is in the process of being tucked in for a long winter’s nap. The robins have packed their bags and are on their way to their next destination.
To mark Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation, the theme at Mennonite Heritage Village for 2017 is “Storied Places.”
A year ago, delegates to the annual conference of the Association of Manitoba Museums viewed a new film directed by Andy Blicq of 4th Avenue Productions.
Many communities in Manitoba have their own recognizable icon that provides identity and a conversation piece for community members and visiting tourists.