Yorkton WDM - Story of People
The Yorkton WDM chronicles the stories of immigrants to Saskatchewan. From a display of an attic filled with toys to an authentic log home inside the Museum, from the giant Twin City to the Morris rod weeder, exciting exhibits will help you gain insight into the undaunted spirit of the people who came to this land.
- In a Prairie Attic
- Winning the Prairie Gamble
- Showcase Rooms
- Yorkton Local History
- Railway Mural
- and much, much more!
All the latest about the Yorkton WDM.
The WDM celebrates all of our volunteers all year and during
National Volunteer Week
April 12-18, 2015
The WDM has just released its statistics for the volunteer hours that have been donated by its very dedicated volunteer core in 2014. 54,737 hours of volunteer service were donated to the WDM locations in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon, Yorkton as well as the Curatorial Centre.
Hats off to the incredible commitment our volunteer make to to the WDM, helping make us a living and vibrant Museum!