News

By Barry Dyck

Much of the warmth and excitement we experience in anticipating our Christmas celebrations comes out of our Christmas traditions. These traditions give us a pretty good idea of what’s in store as this season approaches. So we look forward to the things we know will happen... more

By Andrea Dyck & Alexandra Kroeger

Q & A with Alexandra Kroeger
Alexandra Kroeger joined our team here at Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) in late November as our new Assistant Curator. Some of our volunteers and members of the public have had a chance to meet Alexandra,... more

By Barry Dyck

New Books
Village Books and Gifts, the gift shop at Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) is seeing an increase in traffic these days. No doubt this has something to do with the rapidly decreasing number of shopping days left before Christmas and the fact that Village... more

By Barry Dyck

Farewell to a Friend
This week Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) is saying goodbye to a friend and loyal supporter. Mr. Arthur Kroeger passed away on Friday, November 13, at the age of 93. His memorial service was held on Monday, November 23.
Mr. Kroeger was... more

By Barry Dyck

“I guess things must be pretty quiet at the museum now” is a perspective frequently voiced by many friends of Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) at this time of year. No doubt this assumption is based on the knowledge that the major tourism season has passed and a sense... more

By Barry Dyck

MHV Book Wins Excellence Award
On October 2, 2015, Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) received the Award of Excellence in the Research and Publications category at the annual awards banquet of the Association of Manitoba Museums. This is a significant award, as it... more

By Barry Dyck

Village Books and Gifts
One of the strategic priorities of Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) is Education. It is important to us that our guests, regardless of age or ethnicity, learn about history, be it Mennonite history or pioneer history, when they visit our... more

By Barry Dyck

Historical Atlas
If you’re like me, the mention of a “historical atlas” likely conjures up images of very old, difficult-to-recognize, black-and-white maps bound in a nondescript soft cover. The authors of the newly published Historical Atlas of the East Reserve... more

By Barry Dyck

Volunteers
What would the operations of Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) look like without volunteers? Who would make the famous MHV waffles and the white sauce that goes with them? How would the grass on our yard be kept trimmed and neat? Who would pick, cut and... more

By Andrea Dyck

Conservation of Blumenhof Shoes
Over the course of four summers (2008, 2009, 2011, and 2012), Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV), under the leadership of its former curator, Dr. Roland Sawatzky, partnered with the University of Winnipeg on an archaeology project at... more

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