The Jeudis de la francophonie (Francophonie Thursdays) season is now over.
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June 1, 2023 - August 31, 2023

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm



St. Boniface Summer Market

CDEM, Tourisme Riel and Réseau en Immigration Francophone du Manitoba are proud to announce  The Marché d’été St. Boniface Summer Market,  from June 1st to August 31, 2023.

Every Thursday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., join us at the Joseph Royal Park (665 Taché Avenue) for a market featuring local products by local entrepreneurs.

Free admission. Open to all ages.


Jeudis de la francophonie (Francophonie Thursdays)

This project is also part of Jeudis de la francophonie (Francophonie Thursdays), a new initiative that encourages Winnipeggers and visitors to visit St. Boniface every Thursday this summer! The Jeudis de la francophonie (Francophonie Thursdays) ultimately aims to develop summer programming led by organizations and businesses in Saint-Boniface, in conjunction with Provencher Biz and Norwood Biz. Cinéma sous les étoiles (free outdoor screenings of French films at Saint-Boniface Cathedral), Le Patio 340 at CCFM and Jeudis en musique by TR (concerts) are other key events of Jeudis de la francophonie.


August 31, 2023 5:00 pm



Come explore the wonderful products our vendors have to offer! Every one of them has spent numerous hours crafting lovely handmade goods. 

ArtMCreations – The majority of my products are made with driftwood. Necklaces and earrings with driftwood, jewelry holder. Key rings with driftwood, painted or natural. Home decoration: Driftwood frame for photos, air plant supports, wind chimes with shells, or glass or natural driftwood beads, mobiles with boats.

BakitWhy Granola – Infused granola is an exciting option for the Health and Wellness of our consumers. Have as a snack, eat as granola, salad toppers or bake in muffins, or your favourite dishes even sprinkle it on your ice cream!!

Country Chameleon Jams & Stuff – Delicious jams, jellies and chocolate sauce.

CPAWS – Make a difference today for Canada’s future. CPAWS’ vision is to keep at least half of Canada’s public land and water wild.

Dany MetalArt – Earrings, necklaces and rings.

Éditions des Plaines – Variety of books for people of all ages.

Ferme Fiola Farm – Products made out of wool.

Fox n’ Fuddle – Indigenous inspired nature themed handmade items including jewelry and accessories, lanyards hot cold bags, decals and our much-loved surprise bags. – Freeze dried skittles, starburst, jolly ranchers, m&m caramel, Charleston chew, assorted gummy candy, assorted marshmallows, hi chews, sour chews, strawberries, blueberries, mango and icecream sandwiches.

INESA Secret of Delights – Chocolates and baked goods.

Loveable Handmade – Upcycled and repurposed leather to make one of kind pairs of earrings and necklaces.

Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum – Clothing: shirts, sashes, tuques ; Accessories: bags, jewelry, keychains and lanyards ; Artisan: beading, wooden spoons and drums.

Oak and Willow – Oak and Willow sells beautiful handmade beaded earrings. Various sizes and designs are available to suit both the brave and more conservative styles.

Quen T’essentielle Aromatherapy – Essential oils, blends and aromatherapy products and accessories.

Souleyka – Bracelets, traditional clothes, jewelry, African calabashes.

Sticky leaves carnivorous plants – Carnivorous plants that I have grown from seed. For example, Venus flytraps, Utricularia, Drosera and Pinguicula.

U-Turn PARKINSON’S – Local raw honey in support of U-Turn PARKINSON’S.

CJP  – Games and merchandise.

Anishinaa-Bakes – Baked goods such as bannock, bannock cinnamon buns, cookies, sometimes loaves, pies, butter tarts, and bars and squares.

The Purple Lily – Handcrafted bath bombs, lotions, body scrubs, lip balm, shower steamers, cuticle balm, etc.

Transcona Crystal Lady – Handcrafted/Handmade Crystal jewelry. Imported handmade/hand-carved crystal carvings, towers, spheres and home decor.


Schedule is subject to change. If inclement weather causes the cancellation of the market, it will be communicated in advance on CDEM’s social media.

Jeudis de la francophonie are located on Treaty One Territory, the home and traditional lands of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe), Ininew (Cree), and Dakota peoples, and on the Homeland of the Métis nation.