Keystone Events

2024 Manitoba Summer Games

The City of Dauphin is thrilled to be hosting the 2024 Manitoba Summer Games powered by Manitoba Hydro! Our Host Society aims to put on an event that Manitoba’s young athletes will remember forever! Dauphin is a City that loves to host and the 2024 Games will be no different than some of our leading national events like Dauphin’s Countryfest,

Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival

July 29, 30, & 31, 2022 You don’t have to be Ukrainian to love perogies and borscht! Dauphin’s rich Ukrainian heritage comes alive to share it with the world every August long weekend at Selo Ukraina, as it hosts Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival. The 2022 Festival will be the 55th year in operation! This festival keeps bringing its patrons back

Dauphin & District Chamber of Commerce Street Fair

Dauphin & District Chamber of Commerce hosts it’s annual Street Fair, 8:00 am until midnight in the downtown core! Start the day off with a pancake breakfast and bring the family down for fun activities like face painting, bouncy castle, dunk tank, and of course shopping. Entertainment runs throughout the day and on into the evening with all kinds of

Dauphin Kings Junior A Hockey

Do you find yourself in town and in the mood for some hockey? From September to April you can catch the Dauphin Kings Junior A Hockey Club in action in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League at the Credit Union Place. 2010 MJHL Champions, Anavet Cup Champions and RBC Cup finalists, the Dauphin Kings are more than hockey heroes; they are

Dauphin’s Countryfest

 Every July long weekend (first weekend of July) July 1 – 3, 2022 Countryfest is proud to announce that Johnny Reid and Corb Lund will be performing at the 2022 Festival! Canada’s longest running country music festival has a history of providing first class entertainment to the many loyal fans who have attended our festival over the past 25 years.

Manitoba Culture Days & Dauphin’s Yardfringe

Culture Days raises the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. With the support of volunteer groups at the national, provincial and local levels, hundreds of thousands of artists, cultural workers, organizations and groups, volunteers and supporters  self-mobilize to host free participatory public activities that take place in

Threshing Day

For an authentic look into Dauphin’s rich agricultural past, join the Dauphin Agricultural Heritage Club for Threshing Day! Watch the nearly century old machinery come alive on the fields and celebrate a significant tradition with locals that know the secrets of how it all began! A great event for kids and families, bring a chair or get in on the

Watson Art Centre

Affectionately called, “The WAC”, by locals and fans alike, the Watson Art Centre is the cultural hub of the community. It is home to an annual concert series featuring top-shelf musicians from around the world. Did you know the Sheepdogs played here before they made the cover of Rolling Stone? LOCATION: 104 1st Ave NW Phone: (204) 638-6231