St Malo & District Farmers' Market
Farmers’ markets are the best way to enjoy quality seasonal food and to find one of a kind locally made products. It also means supporting local artisans and farmers to positively impact your environment by buying local products.
The St Malo & District Farmers’ Market will be open every Saturday from 10am to 1:30pm end of June to mid-September. They are located behind the hotel at 123 St Malo Street. Make it your Saturday morning habit!
Come visit the lovely recreation park set next to the town of St. Malo. Long a tradition for the people of the area, families and groups from miles away are increasingly taking advantage of St. Malo’s pleasant atmosphere. Centered around a reservoir, this is a place to come and relax for a picnic or a holiday. It’s also a good place to take your canoe or sailboard for a ride.
This 200 acre site one hour south of Winnipeg MB offers a unique setting for a variety of outdoor activities. It is nestled in the Rapids Reach of the Roseau River valley at the edge of ancient Lake Agassis.
A limited service campground with unserviced sites as well as exclusive group use next to the rapids is offered. Here you can design your own adventure whether it be a family picnic or a group expedition. Home of the Rainbow Trout Festival.
Most of lands are open year round for hiking, bird watching and photography. An 1.5 km interpretive trail guides visitors through part of the Preserve. This trail is located 2.5 km east of Tolstoi on PR 209.
An annual Prairie Day, held the second Saturday in August, highlights the flora and fauna of the Preserve. You can end the day with a traditional Ukrainian meal and entertainment.
While you are here, visit St. Michael’s, the first Ukrainian Greek Orthodox church built in Canada. This structure, in continual use since its consecration, stands as a symbol of the Ukrainian immigrants’ faith and determination to preserve their religion in a new land. Artifacts from the early Ukrainian settlements can be seen at the nearby Gardenton Ukrainian Museum.
Geocaching is an interactive scavenger hunt that relies on an online community and the Global Positioning System (GPS) technology.
The game usually involves planting a cache, defined as a waterproof container with a log book and tradable items, in any geographic location in the world and then sharing the GPS coordinates for other participants to track down the object.
Log Haven Lodge is perfect for vacations/reunions and group retreats, accommodating up to 14 guests.
The Crow Wing Trail is the longest section of the Trans Canada trail in Manitoba. At 191 km long it connects Emerson to Winnipeg through the municipalities of Emerson, Franklin, Roseau River First Nation, De Salaberry (includes St. Malo), St-Pierre-Jolys, Niverville and Ritchot.
St. Pierre Museum
Built in 1900, this building was a teaching convent owned by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. It served as a public school for grades 1 to 10 and as a girl’s boarding school for 60 years.
Visit a traditional classroom with a mannequin dressed as a nun of that era. View the parlour, which served as a reception area for the guests, the chapel, mother superior’s small bedroom, along with photos and some community artifacts.
This museum serves as a reminder of our heritage and wishes to recognize the important contribution made by the Sisters in the development of St. Pierre-Jolys. This building was declared a provincial heritage site in 1989.
The Cabane à Sucre and the Maison Goulet are also part of the museum site. Go to the website to learn more.
Contact: Rachelle Edmunds (arrange tour bookings)
Phone: (204) 433-7002
Hours of operation
Months of July and August
Wednesday to Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission fee: $2.00 (12 and under, free)
September to June by reservation only
The Galerie Rivière-aux-Rats is a virtual exposition where you may purchase Réal Bérard’s and Denis Duguay’s most recent works of art.
Everyone is welcome to the Cinéma Station. The fully remodeled theatre, complete with a new movie projector, has now reopened.
All movies shown have a family rating. With a price of $2 per person, families can enjoy an affordable evening. Confectioneries are sold at the theatre at very reasonable rates.
After the movie everyone is invited to stay and use the pool tables, air hockey, and other games.
508 Hébert Avenue, Box 575, St-Pierre-Jolys, Mb R0A 1V0
Phone: (204) 433-3200
Hours: Doors open Friday at 7:00 pm, Movie starts: 7:45 pm
Admission: $2.00 per person
Nearby Annual Festivals, Events & Fairs from May to September:
- Niverville Country Fair in June
- St. Malo Triathlon in June
- Frog Follies in July
- Manitoba Stampede in July
- Steinbach Pioneer Days August Long Weekend
- Annual Public Pilgrimage mid-August
- Hanover Ag Society Rodeo & Fair in August
- Rainbow Trout Music Festival in August
- St. Malo Summer Festival September Long Weekend