Saskatoon WDM - 1910 Boomtown
Transport yourself back to a time when the clip-clop of horses
filled the air. You don't just visit this museum, you live it!
- 1910 Boomtown
- Winning the Prairie Gamble exhibit
- Cancer Bomb exhibit
- Boomtown Café
- Winds of Change exhibit
- and much, much more!
All the latest about the Saskatoon WDM.
Living History Young Pioneer Camp accepting registrations for summer 2013
Journey back in time to experience the work and play of our pioneers: Bake bread; make butter and ice cream Do daily pioneer chores such as grind wheat, wash clothes, and learn how to milk a cow. Learn about different kinds of transportation. Enjoy pioneer games, stories, and crafts.
Memorial Cup Visits Saskatoon WDM
young fans got a chance to pose with the Memorial Cup at the Saskatoon
WDM, May 14.
Did you know that Junior hockey’s Memorial Cup was first played in 1919 with the Regina Pats taking on the University of Toronto? Though the Pats lost that year, the team won bragging rights as the winner of the 1925 Cup and again in 1930. The Regina Monarchs won in 1928.
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Saskatoon WDM and Mendel Art Gallery present
Love Birds by Kim Adams
11, 2013 - The WDM and the Mendel Art Gallery are delighted to announce
a collaborative exhibition, Kim Adams: Love Birds, on display now at the Saskatoon WDM.
BMO Financial Group announced the gift of the sculpture to the Mendel Art Gallery Monday, April 8.
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Five Milestones that Changed the Way We Use the Telephone
we make local telephone calls in SK will change this week with the
introduction of 10-digit dialing and a new area code (639). It isn’t
the first time that the way we make telephone calls has changed.
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Derby Car Restoration Set to Begin
The Saskatoon Antique Auto Club and the WDM are pleased to announce a new partnership, the restoration of a 1927 Derby car. The restoration will be completed in 2014 as a SAAC 50th anniversary project