“Neepawa Area Collegiate Institute is committed to providing a caring and cooperative environment which facilitates the growth and development of young people, who will be adaptive life long learners able to function in a world of technological change.”
On average, the area enjoys over 2000 hours of sunshine per year. Neepawa sits at the meeting place of 4 geophysical areas. It is said that there are more species birds in the area than in any other area in North America, due to the convergence of flyways and nesting habits.
Neepawa is also famous the world over for another aspect of its agriculture. Growers in Neepawa produce some of the finest lilies in the world. These beautiful flowers are shipped directly from Neepawa to many of the major international floral markets. This is what has earned the town the title of “world lily capital”.
Among many events held regularly in Neepawa, the Annual Lily Festival is the largest and most popular. In July of each year, the town hosts scores of people who arrive to take in the beauty of the famous Neepawa flowers.
The lengthy history of the community adds more attraction to the town. The community is home to many beautiful buildings, some dating back over one hundred years.
Neepawa is the proud home of the Neepawa Natives Junior A Hockey Club – a member of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. The team has a large fan base from not only the Town, but the surrounding areas.
Many parks and green spaces add to the beauty of the town. For the sports minded individual, Neepawa has many different sporting venues for both winter and summer sports. The Neepawa Golf and Country Club, with its lush grass greens, is described by many as one of the most beautiful rural golf courses in Manitoba.
The Beautiful Plains Museum, located in the old railway station, houses many interesting local artifacts including a Ukrainian Village, sports memorabilia and a collection of wartime pieces.
Neepawa is one of those special places in the world that combines beauty, history and charm to create a uniquely Canadian community.