Embark on a captivating journey through the picturesque landscapes and hidden gems of Selkirk, guided by the insightful perspective of Natalie Bell, also known as @PegCityLovely. In this blog, we delve into the heart of this welcoming City, uncovering a myriad of enchanting experiences, local favourites, and remarkable stories that showcase the rich tapestry of Selkirk. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a curious explorer, join PegCityLovely as she traverses through this charming Interlake destination, curated by one of Manitoba’s most passionate advocates.
9:30 am: Breakfast at Smitty’s Family Restaurant Selkirk (168 Main St. #162) – Fuel up for the day with a satisfying breakfast at this beloved family restaurant. Try a classic breakfast like PegCityLovely or visit for lunch and dinner! Don’t forget to join MySmitty’s Reward App and start earning!
10:15 am: Selfie with Chuck the Channel Cat Statue – Capture the moment with a selfie beside the iconic Chuck the Channel Cat Statue located right outside Smitty’s. Tag the @CityofSelkirk in your post!
10:30 am: Selkirk Port Market (Corner of Eveline Street & Manitoba Avenue) Finished for the 2023 season on August 30th, but we’ll see you there in 2024! – Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the Selkirk Waterfront area. Discover a variety of vendors, catch the 11:30 a.m. musical performance, and indulge in delectable offerings from food trucks.
11:30 am: Self-Guided Mural Tour via Driftscape App – Uncover Selkirk’s artistic side by taking a self-guided mural tour using the Driftscape App. Explore over 30 captivating murals throughout the city!
1:00 pm: Mighty Kiwi (386 Eveline St) – Relish lunch at the new location of Mighty Kiwi, a charming spot with cinematic significance. As seen in movies and TV shows like CBC’s Burden of Truth, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a meal.
2: 00 pm: Visit WishMe (377 Eveline St) – Immerse yourself in the creativity of WishMe, a unique social enterprise located on Eveline Street.
2:30 pm: Stroll along Reconstructed Eveline Street to Marine Museum of Manitoba – Take a leisurely walk along the newly reconstructed Eveline Street en route to the Marine Museum of Manitoba.