Manitou Rapids Annual Fish Fry

Each year on the day before the opening of the official fishing season, which is generally on or before the Victoria Day long weekend, the people of Manitou Rapids (Rainy River First Nations) host the community to come and enjoy a feast of freshly cooked walleye and other local delicacies (including smoked sturgeon), with a full complement of side dishes and salads, drinks, and dessert.

The event offers us a chance to extend the hand of friendship to our friends and neighbours and anyone visiting the area - all are welcome.

The event takes place at the Manitou Rapids Reserve Pow-Wow Grounds.

This successful event has been held annually for more than forty years, and keeps growing larger and better. 

Save the date. We hope to see you next year!

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Location

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Nearby
Latitude: 48.672946 Longitude: -93.925176 Elevation: 1192 ft
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Keith Hamilton

Event Dates

5/13/2016 – 5/13/2016

Admission Fee (if any)

Free admission and free food to all!

Ages Festival is Appropriate For

Everyone

Accessibility Notes

The site is fully wheelchair accessible.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are not allowed at the Pow-wow grounds.

Comments

This is an amazing event, very well organized and well attended by all who know about it. Plenty of food and so delicious!

SGeorge, Fort Frances Museum, 3/19/2015

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