Mennonite Village Photography, produced by the Mennonite Historic Arts Committee (MHAC), is an exhibit like no other.
The General Store at Mennonite Heritage Village is now fully winterized! It has wall-to-wall and ceiling insulation, beautifully stained wood walls and a cold climate heat pump.
In the span of three years (1874 to 1876), 6000+ Mennonites arrived in Manitoba. It was the first large group migration to the recently formed province.
To commemorate this year of Mennonite Heritage Village’s 60th anniversary and the 150th anniversary of Mennonites in Manitoba we will periodically highlight Erin Koop Unger’s intriguing articles about Mennonite people, places, history and literature in Manitoba.
As we move past this current cold snap, we have a lot to be thankful for. Our houses are insulated, we have gas, wood and electric furnaces that provide heating throughout our homes and transport that keeps us out of the wind.
It is 2024 and we are losing our villages. We live in a world of large cities and a world of digital interconnection like never before.
This year is a significant year for the Mennonite community and Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV).
In the metropolitan regions of France, they prioritize the eating process itself, not just what they eat. The citizens of Provence, France enjoy some of the best health in the world.
With holidays comes good food. Meals are central to family gatherings and most other parties. Eating with friends and family should be a time of joy and well-being.