Marymound holds annual events throughout the year that invite community participation and sponsorship. By supporting Marymound’s special events, you support Marymound’s Youth Programs that help kids realize their full potential while also helping to create a stronger community.

Marymound Benefit Concert

An annual event held at popular venues in the city. This year’s concert is at the King’s Head Pub featuring popular local bluesman Big Dave McLean in an intimate solo performance.  Proceeds support Marymound’s youth programs.

September 20, 2018 (Poster)  Online Tickets

Urban Fishing Derby

A free shore Urban Fishing Derby for all ages put on by GNA Fishing Tournaments and Urban Angling Partnership is a great way for families and youth  to experience a day of fishing while supporting the youth programs at Marymound.  If you’re lucky you might also ‘reel in’ one of the many great prizes! No sign up fee required but donations upon registration are appreciated.

September 1, 2018 (Poster)

For more information, contact Mardy Yager at 204-336-5293 or e-mail

Marymound’s honours National Indigenous Peoples Day (June 6, 2018)

Every year Marymound honours Indigenous Peoples Day with a FREE afternoon of family fun and celebration of Indigenous culture featuring live dancing, colourful regalia, the beat of many drums and a Pow Wow! There’s plenty of food, kid’s activities and a great entertainment lineup. Admission is free.

Indigenous Peoples Day Poster  CTV News Story

Corporate Climb for Kids

An exciting corporate team building and healthy initiative that raises awareness and funds for Marymound’s youth programs.  Marymound is searching for energetic and competitive staff from businesses that have access to stairwells in a multiple floor building to take the next challenge!

Investors Group employees ‘stepped up’ for three years climbing for Marymound with over 100 staff each time taking stairs instead of elevators to their offices throughout their workday.  Read original event news release from 2015 for more details.

If you want to involve your employees in an exciting, competitive and healthy experience that benefits youth, this could be for you!

For more information, contact Ken McIntyre at 204-336-5505 or e-mail



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