Bringing
People
Together

Our initiatives follow a positive, long-term approach to community, culture, and recreation in the Southeast.

Bringing
People
Together

Our initiatives follow a positive, long-term approach to community, culture, and recreation in the Southeast.

The Southeast Events Group (SEG) is a non-profit organization, that will bring people together to enjoy community events, sport, recreation, social and cultural activities. Located on the corner of Elmdale and Reimer, a new facility will be built as a community hub, with the City of Steinbach retaining ownership.

2 level facility
94,000 sf footprint
3,500+ seating (stadium + floor)



The Facility 

Features:

  • Commercial kitchen facilities
  • Large glass atrium
  • Private suites for events
  • Restaurant/food & beverage vendors
  • State of the art A/V systems
  • 600 vehicle parking capacity

Event Capabilities

  • Tournaments/championships
  • Sporting/gaming events
  • Private meeting and entertainment rooms
  • Multipurpose Hall
  • Banquet facilities
  • Trade shows/conventions
  • Concerts/theatre
  • Walking track and fitness/wellness area
  • Private meeting and entertainment rooms
  • Hard court facilities suitable for volleyball, basketball, pickleball, badminton, etc.

Note: Video is a conceptual rendering.

Our new events centre will boast state of the art audio visual equipment for optimum performance. Attracting national level performing arts shows, craft shows, musical artists, entertainers, comedians, illusionists and more.

With over 2,400 stadium style seats, as well as the ability to host several different events at the same time, this facility will draw local, regional, and national performers and artists to the Southeast.

Current music stars, and emerging music artists, Broadway style shows, acrobatic performances, circus events and more. The Southeast Events Group will host local and national performances, and events for the entire Southeast to enjoy.

Our atrium of over 11,037 square feet is the ideal display area for emerging artists to display their work for a variety of different patrons who will be visiting our facility.

Our facilities can host a myriad of events, such as the following:

  • Regional and national Broadway style performances
  • Concerts from top artists as well as local performers
  • Dance performances and competitions
  • Cheerleading competitions
  • Gymnastics events
  • Ice capade style shows
  • Craft shows
  • Art exhibitions
  • Visual art displays
  • Science fairs
  • Farmer’s market and craft sales
  • Local artisans’ wares
  • Dog shows
  • Comedy shows and festivals
  • Magical performances
  • Traveling museum and art gallery exhibits
Band Playing on Stage

About SEG

Mission

Promote community by providing high quality recreational, entertainment, banquet, and event facilities in Southeast Manitoba.

Vision

To enrich the quality of life of every person in our region by building community through sports and entertainment.

Values: Gather. Play. Grow.

  • Community
  • Quality
  • Accessibility
  • Inclusive
  • Collaboration

Leadership

Membership of 50 locally invested individuals, including many business owners. Our board includes:

Grant Lazaruk

Grant Lazaruk

President

Jarret Bishop

Jarrett Bishop

Treasurer

Kassi Unger

Kassi Unger

Director

Ben Townsend

Ben Townsend

Director

Don Janzen

Don Janzen

Director

Darrel Penner

Darrel Penner

Director

Kevin Barkman

Kevin Barkman

Director

Claude Vielfaure

Claude Vielfaure

Director

Gemma Brown

Director

Concepts

FAQ

What features will the Southeast Event Centre include?

It will include two indoor ice surfaces, of which one will be able to convert to a concert and event venue, capable of holding up to 4,000 people. A multi-use hall where basketball, volleyball, pickleball, and futsal can be played. An atrium to be used as a public gathering space and a walking track.

Will we still have a rink during construction?

Yes. The TG Smith and Centennial arenas are expected to be available for use through the construction process. After the 2021/22 season, the outdoor rink will be de-commissioned. A location for a new outdoor rink to be determined.

How long is construction going to take?

Construction is expected to begin in summer 2022 at the earliest. It will take approximately 18-24 months to complete stage 1.

Will construction take place in stages?

Yes, there are two stages to this project:


Stage 1 – Construction of main arena. This will replace the existing Centennial arena.



Stage 2 – Demolition of Centennial arena and construction of multi-use hall and walking track.