Len Dubois Trucking October

Family time is important and in trucking, it’s important not to waste your time in. Here are a few things we found for a good time with the family.

Alive in the Woods at Fort Whyte Alive – “These self-guided experiences will help you see and interact with nature in a new way – and inspire you to keep looking for a way to connect and do good for the planet, long after your visit”

Castle Builder at the Children Museum – “In this exhibition, guests are transported to a kingdom where they become castle builders, building their own toy castle brick by brick. In Castle Builder, builders of all ages and skill levels can construct castles, learn about real-world castles and their building secrets, and plan their ideal castle’s defenses. Guests can even explore the inside of the royal castle, test their fortress designs with a catapult, and spot a dragon.”

Xtreme BUGS at Assiniboine Park Zoo – “Xtreme BUGS presented by Artis REIT will feature 19 giant, animatronic bugs along the forested trail inside the Zoo. Included with regular Zoo admission, the exhibit will transport visitors into a vivid, dynamic, and awe-inspiring new environment where they can experience how the world would appear from a bug’s eye view.”

Family Goose Day – “Come to enjoy a family-friendly presentation about what the geese are up to in the autumn, and stay to enjoy a craft, scavenger hunt and maybe even a hot dog or two! This is a great option for those interested in experiencing the fall migration, but might not be able to join in on the sunset viewing.”

1918 The Last 100 Days Exhibit – “The RCA Museum at CFB Shilo is proud to present “1918 – The Last 100 Days”. This temporary exhibit traces the Canadian experience at the end of the First World War in France and Belgium. Some of the hardest fought battles and highest casualty rates came at the end of the war – 100 years ago.”