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Anola | Manitoba

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The 10 Acre Woods

The 10 Acre Woods is a family-operated and owned petting farm and animal rescue. This place rescues animals that have been neglected or can no longer be cared for by the previous owners.

The goal of the rescue farm is to help find the animals their forever homes. The petting farm came to be as a solution to socializing the animals and to make the experience better for people who come to visit the animals there is also a picnic/barbeque area.

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Home Town of Baseball Star Corey Koskie

Corey Koskie was born in Anola in 1973 and has since become a well-known baseball player.

Koskie played for a variety of teams in his baseball career including Team Canada, Toronto Blue Jays, Milwaukee Brewers, and the Minnesota Twins. His career was relatively short-lived as he sustained an injury that ended his career but due to his successes in baseball, he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Anola & District Museum

The Anola and District Museum features buildings and artifacts from the early days of Anola.

One of the buildings included is the Anola School No. 1602 which was established in 1912. Other buildings included are the Millbrook Cemetery Chapel from 1889, a fire hall, an early home, and a blacksmith shop.

Photo: Gordon Goldsborough, Manitoba Historical Society

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Anola Cafe

Anola Café is a local bar, restaurant and café all in one. The café serves a variety of food such as wings, pizza, and burgers.

If you are looking for a local place to eat on your travels, this would be the place.

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Home Town of Kids Entertainer Al Simmons

Al Simmons was born in Anola in 1948 and continues to own property and live there. He is a children’s entertainer who has gone on to win a Juno award for his debut album called “Something’s Fishy at Camp Wiganishie”.

Simmons has since won multiple Juno awards, U.S. Parents’ Choice Awards, and multiple other awards one being for his book. He regularly tours both Canada and the United States and has made guest appearances on both Sesame Street and Fred Penner’s television show.

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