591 Pritchard Avenue
May 25, 2019 & May 26, 2019Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pmSunday: 11:00am - 5:00pm
It’s Our 100th Anniversary!
The Ukrainian Labour Temple was constructed in 1918-1919 and had its official opening in February 1919. It is the only surviving Labour Hall associated with the events of the Winnipeg General Strike.
Come join us for some Ukrainian hospitality and entertainment. We will also be conducting some exciting guided tours of our 100 year old building…. opening some long closed rooms, poking into some dusty corners, and reviling some long lost secrets of this historic building with a somewhat controversial past history!
The Ukrainian Labour Temple holds heritage designations from all three levels of government. The building continues to be a vibrant centre for progressive culture and politics and remains a focal point for the Ukrainian community.
We also have the Ivan Franko Museum open for tours both days!
Guided tours will run between 12:00pm and 4:00pm, lasting 30-40 minutes, maximum 15 participants.
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Bring a tin for the bin to this location during Doors Open Winnipeg!