Why Move to a Small Town?

Why Baldur

Tired of the hustle & bustle of the big city? What about a small safe rural community?

  • Affordable living
  • High Quality of Life
  • K-12 School with small classroom sizes
  • Age friendly community
  • Close to Brandon, Winnipeg, & USA
  • New business & new home tax incentives
  • Spotrs / Recreation / History

It's a fun place to be!

Baldur boasts a wide variety of shops, businesses, recreation areas, sports, events, and facilities. 

History of Baldur

Baldur was founded in 1890 with the coming of the railroad and named for the Norse god Baldur, reflecting the icelandic Heritage of the people in the community.

The municipality of Argyle and Town of Baldur have some amazing historical sights dating back to the 19th century.


Events & Entertainment

Throughout the year, many community events are held and are organized by community members.

Men's Curling Bonspiel (February)

Ladies Curling Bonspiel (March)

Mother's Day Brunch (May)

Summer solstice Days (June)

Farmers Market-Fridays (during summer)

Fall Supper (October)

Halloween Social

Tiger Hills Festival of the Arts

Mall In the Hall (November)

Santa Day (December)

Steak Nights

Red Hatters Club (monthly outings)

Birthday Club for Seniors

Home Routes Concert

Senior Christmas Dinner

Senior Baseball Games- Home of the Baldur Regals- Five time Provincial champions & Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees