The location of Morris in Manitoba, Canada, is quite a good one. It's right along the 75 Highway, which is the main port for Manitobans to get into the U.S.
"Mo-Town" is a small town of about 1700 people in the Pembina Valley region of Manitoba, Canada, located about 50 km south of Winnipeg and 50 km north of Emerson.
The Town of Morris holds a variety of annual events, which bring many visitors to the community each year. Each July, the Valley Agricultural Society hosts the Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition, known as the Big "M". For four days, thousands of participants and spectators from all over North America come to watch the competition. The Fair and Exhibition, one of the largest dairy shows in the province, presents light and heavy horse shows, school work and home-craft competitions, commercial and craft displays, Loule's famous petting zoo, midway rides, free family entertainment, indoor cabaret, top country bands and much more.
"Life Along the Red River" illustrates the rich history of the Red River Valley.