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Major Town and Community Events

Double B Agricultural Festival

The Double B Agricultural Festival (formerly the "Double B Rodeo and Country Fair”) is the premiere summer event in the Beausejour Brokenhead area. This sanctioned Semi-pro rodeo along with the Manitoba High School Rodeo provide fans with excitement. Along with the ag displays, antique tractors, petting zoo, parade and fireworks this weekend is full of events for all ages. For more information visit: or check out their Facebook page here:

Canadian Power Toboggan Championship

The Canadian Power Toboggan Championships has the world’s fastest and safest 1/2 mile ice oval track. Snowmobiles race at speeds in excess of 170 km/h and up to 18 racers compete at the same time!

Over 100 racers come from all over North America to take part at this elite international event. The Canadian Power Toboggan Championships is the longest-running snowmobile race in the world. Racers of all ages and skill levels compete in Stock, Modified, Vintage and Motorcycle classes, from Kitty Kat right through to Pro levels.

CPTC is a community-based non-profit organization which has over 200 volunteers who have worked tirelessly to put on the “Greatest Show on Snow” since 1963.

The Canadian Power Toboggan Championships is the oldest continually-running snowmobile race in the world! Visit for more information or check out their Facebook page here:

Shades of the Past Car Show

Beausejour's main streets will be filled with classic cars for every era of car enthusiast. Click HERE to visit their Facebook Page.

Pioneer Village Heritage Days

Established in 1967, the Pioneer Village Museum recreates a small rural Manitoba community in the early 1900s. Housed within the grounds is a home, railway station, barbershop, blacksmith shop, school, community hall, and store, just to name a few. 

Most of the pioneers of this region were of Polish, Ukrainian, or German descent, coming from the areas known as Galicia and Volhynia. These pioneers had to face many hardships in carving out the wilderness and learning to adapt to a new way of life. Many artifacts depicting the lifestyle of the early pioneers of the surrounding area are located in these buildings.

Step back into time as you see history come alive at the community's museum. Click HERE to visit their Facebook Page.

Canada Day Celebration

TBD. At Train Whistle Park on July 1, help celebrate Canada's birthday. Events are scheduled all day.