July 29-31, 2022
In 1928, Dr. Henry J. Moore of Islington, Ontario had a big, wild idea. A horticulturist and a teacher, he envisioned a ‘place of peace’ in the form of a beautiful garden on the border of the United States and Canada to celebrate friendship. This dreamer worked with the National Association of Gardeners and in 1932, his grand concept – a garden spanning the border of two countries and two governments — opened to the public. This summer we will celebrate the 90th anniversary of Dr. Moore’s vision – and this unique garden grounded in peace.
Join us to celebrate a vision realized and a long, peaceful friendship between nations. The weekend of July 29-31 will bring the music, artists, food, fireworks and people of our two nations together to celebrate this historic and beautiful gem.
- Over 100 vendors
- The Manitoba Living History Museum
- Powwow Demonstration
- Food Trucks and Café Specials
- Live Music
- Peace Garden Historical Displays