By Barry Dyck
As every new year does, 2013 will bring new challenges and opportunities to Mennonite Heritage Village. We are confident that the lessons learned in past years, the vision and energy of our staff and volunteers, and the support of the community will combine to create an... more
Mennonite Heritage Village was incorporated in 1964 as the culmination of several years of dreaming, planning and preparation by the Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society. Their vision for a village museum that would tell the stories of Russian Mennonites coming to... more
MHV will be closed for a Christmas/New Years break from December 22 till January 6. On January 7 we will again be open from 10:00 till 4:00, Monday through Friday.
We have a wonderful opportunity for someone who enjoys working outside on a fresh, crisp winter morning. On days when we’ve had a fresh snow fall, our front walk needs to be cleared of snow. Our John Deere walk-behind snow blower makes this task relatively easy. When the snow builds up in the... more
Last weekend we closed the MHV Festival Season with Touch of Christmas, our final festival event. Nearly 600 guests came to enjoy horse drawn sleigh rides, Mr. Ken and Mr. Ben’s Red Nose Christmas Show, The Living Nativity, choir concerts, and homemade cookies and hot chocolate.
This week we opened a new exhibit in the Gerhard Ens Gallery. Jessica McKague, one of our Assistant Curators, commented on the content of this new exhibit.
“The Mennonite Heritage Village Museum presents a new exhibition celebrating the bicentennial of the EMC, opening this Thursday, June... more