Celebrate Manitoba’s Harvest at Fall Feasts
Dig into the best of Manitoba’s fall harvest at community feasts throughout the province.
These harvested pumpkins will make the perfect filling for fresh pies served at fall suppers around Manitoba. Photo by Robin Summerfield.
In small and larger communities throughout Manitoba, communities come together breaking bread with friends, families and newcomers during fall supper season.
Home cooks, using treasured family recipes, lay out a bountiful spread inside community halls and church basements in a celebration of the harvest.
Roast turkey, cabbage rolls, perogies, Manitoba-grown vegetables, saskatoon berry, rhubarb and pumpkin pies are just for starters at these elaborate dinners.
The feasts typically cost about $10 per person with proceeds going to a charity or community project. Everyone is welcome.
Here are a few of Manitoba’s 2012 fall feasts:
Grand Marias Fall Supper, Recreation Hall
Carman Fall Supper, Carman Community Hall. 204-745-2204, carmanmanitoba.ca
Cowan Fall Supper, Cowan Community Hall. 204-569-4851
Miami Fall Supper, Miami Community Hall
Otterburne Fall Supper, Otterburne Curling Club. 204-433-7133
Cooks Creek Immaculate Conceptions Church Fall Supper, Hwy 212 and Zora Road. 204-444-2478, immaculate.ca
Lorette Fall Supper, Notre Dame de Lorette Parish Hall. 204-878-2221, click here for information.
Treherne Fall Supper. 204-723-2360
Carman Fall Supper, Carman Community Hall. 204-745-6835, carmanmanitoba.ca
McCreary Fall Supper, McCreary Community Centre. 204-835-2525
Pine River Fall Supper, Community Hall. 204-263-2643
Shellmouth Fall Supper, Shellmouth Community Hall. 204-564-2472
Stonewall Fall Supper, Royal Canadian Legion Hall. 204-467-2261
Haywood Fall Supper, Community Hall. 204-379-2477
St. Joseph Fall Supper, Community Hall. 204-737-2612
Emerson Fall Supper, Community Hall. 204-373-2002 or 204-373-2445
Ste. Rose du Lac Fall Supper, Ste. Rose Community Centre. 204-447-2154
St. Malo Fall Supper, Chalet Malouin. 204-347-5753