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.
- Time Square exhibit and play area
- 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.
On the Road to the Grey Cup
Did you know that the Roughriders have worn green and white only since 1948? The team needed new uniforms so when team executive, Jack Fyffe, found green and white jerseys in a surplus store in Chicago, he snapped them up. And a legend was born.
WDM Newsletter - Sparks Off the Anvil
November - December 2013
out latest edition of Sparks to hear from
Executive Director Joan Champ and discover all of the great upcoming
events at all four WDMs.
Read Sparks Off the Anvil November - December 2013 (PDF) -->
Celebrate Christmas Past School Program
This teacher-led program will introduce your students to some of the
and festivities that were part of a typical Christmas on the prairies.
More about the Christmas of the Past program -->
Lew'chuk Midway Showcase Exhibit now on display at Yorkton WDM
heard of Canora’s Professor N.P. Lew’chuk and his travelling vaudeville
show? For decades, Lew’chuk brought the world of magic and fun to
communities across the prairies.
Read more about Lew'chuk and his Midway -->
Yorkton WDM Showcases Aviation Artifacts
restored World War Two B-17 bomber aircraft, Sentimental Journey,
made a stop at the
Yorkton Municipal Airport August 24-25. As part of the festivities, the
WDM showcased a few of our aviation artifacts in a
display at the Airport.
These artifacts are now on display at the Yorkton WDM