40 Turnbull Drive
May 28th, 2022Saturday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Step inside the magnificent Gambrel roofed Bohemiér House (1888) and the charming Red River Frame Turenne House (1870), recreating family life from the late 1800’s. Benjamin Bohémier and Marie-Louise Limoges were from Québec and came to St. Norbert in 1884. Maison Turenne, “The Grey Nuns House,” is the oldest surviving house in Fort Garry. Joseph Turenne lived here with his family until 1882. Walk past the Delorme House (1853), 8th oldest house in Winnipeg built by former MP, Pierre Delorme and the Henderson House (1856), 7th oldest house in Winnipeg, built for Selkirk Settler, Samuel Henderson.
Please note the event is wheelchair accessible but paths are not paved and may be challenging to navigate. The interior of the heritage homes are NOT wheelchair accessible.
To help keep our community safe, wearing a face mask is recommended outdoor and required indoors.