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Hunter of the Prairie Sea exhibit by RSM on display at Yorkton WDM December 17, 2013 to mid-May 2014
The Western Development Museum in Yorkton,
in partnership with the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, is very excited to
feature a new exhibit entitled “Omācīw - Hunter of the Prairie Sea”.
The exhibit features the skeleton of a ten meter long Tylosaurus, discovered along the south shores of Lake Diefenbaker in 1994.
To learn more about Omācīw and the Hunter of the Prairie Sea exhibit, visit the
Royal Saskatchewan Museum website.
The WDM Honours Carole and George Wakabayashi for 2013 National Philanthropy Day
Carole and George Wakabayashi epitomize the mission of the WDM. They are committed to sharing Saskatchewan's unique sense of place and recognize that the legacy the past is the foundation for a sustainable future. See a larger photo and find out how YOU can support the WDM -->
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) -->
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 -->