Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 30/1/2013 (1605 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Now celebrating 10 excellent years, the Lieutenant Governor's Winter Festival has become Brandon's most looked-forward to winter event — a three-day celebration of culture and entertainment that is a hot ticket no matter the cold weather.
As always, the Brandon Sun is conducting continual coverage of the festival, including reporter and photographer visits to all pavilions — from the opening ceremonies at City Hall to the last beer sold on Saturday night. We're even following the volunteers who cook and decorate for days before the pavilions open — and who tackle the clean-up Sunday afternoon.
This story will stay locked on the brandonsun.com home page, so you'll be able to refer back to our ongoing coverage all weekend long.
But look, there's more:
Right now, on Twitter:
Join the conversation by tweeting your Winter Festival impressions using the hashtag #LGWF2013. Why not take a picture with your smartphone, too. Let everyone know what the food's like — or the lines.
Interactive Google map of the pavilions
Direct links to all pavilion pages:
Previous coverage from the pages of the Brandon Sun
- Visitors brave cold temps to get taste of Ethiopian, Métis, aboriginal cultures
- Technology valuable tool to tout winter fest
- Guest Columnist: 10 years of celebrating culture
- Morning Mess: Superstitious festival
- Festival goers travel the world opening night
- City's cultures converge
- Enjoy the festival
- Committee to release guidebook Thursday
- Pavilions getting ready for Winter Festival
Read our special feature:
Lieutenant Governor's Winter Festival 2013 was also distributed free in Thursday's Community News.
Got a smartphone?
The city is hosting a crowdsourced collection of your photos. Upload them at lgwf.brandon.ca