Middlebro, the most easterly community in southern Manitoba, boasts of family friendly spaces, the best tasting water, and events open to all.
In the early 1900’s, the town was called Gravel Pit because the Canadian National Railway was using the area for storing gravel to construct the railway. It was the rail connection to the US that created the economic boom in pulpwood starting in about 1949.
The Community Today
Middlebro is a very quiet town with a community hall, park, baseball field and a big play centre for all the kids to enjoy. Middlebro has also received two gold medals for the best tasting water in the world.
Don’t miss the Fall Supper in October and Poker Derby in February. There is also a meal program Monday evenings at 5:30pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon. Everyone is welcome to attend a meal with a game of cards after supper.
Middlebro Community Hall
Middlebro Seniors Group
Greek Orthodox Church
Middlebro Christian Family Church – Non-Denominational