Museum volunteers bring our museum alive! Volunteers lead demonstrations, help keep our antique equipment running well, ensure horse and wagon rides delight visitors young and old, make Museum events possible, and more.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the WDM North Battleford or the WDM nearest you or send in Volunteer Application Form below.
Volunteering at WDM North Battleford
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact
Fill out our WDM Volunteer Application Form (PDF)
Benefits of Volunteering at WDM North Battleford
- Meet new people
- Learn and develop skills
- Help keep history alive
- Free admission to all WDM locations (with volunteer identification)
- Discounts on full priced items at WDM Gift Shops & WDM Saskatoon Boomtown Café
Our club will encourage members to protect our classic car collection. If you want to help with the maintenance or operate a vehicle at an educational program, special event or outreach program, this is the place for you.
Calling all tractor buffs! If you love vintage gas- powered tractors you need to be a part of this club. Enjoy restoring, maintaining and operating tractors at our many events and educational programs! We boast over 25 working gas tractors, all needing ongoing care.
The WDM North Battleford is especially pleased to have three working steam engines. We have a Case 110, 75 Case, and Nicolas Sheppard in working condition! The awesome power and size of these steam tractors are amazing to see in action, and we are proud to have a certified crew to maintain and operate them.
Our club is committed to providing knowledge of horsemanship as well as ensuring the safety of all. The horses are a favorite for young and old. We offer many activities that involve wagon rides, equipment demonstrations and horse care.
If you have interest in horses or have your own team, we would love to add you to our club.
Our club is skilled at baking and cooking! We provide food for sale at many public and education events. The club is pleased to provide lunches to other volunteers while they are working as well. Food safe training is available.
Interpretation / Demonstrations
Volunteers are key in creating the hands-on element to our exhibits, programs and events.
Interpreters/Demonstrators are volunteers who are in one of the Village buildings or in a specific area of the Museum. They interpret and share information with visitors.
We offer a wide range of Museum programs to local educators and their students. Volunteers provide skills for the planning and implementing of these education programs. If you want to be a part of educating our youth, this is where you need to be.
Volunteers are crucial in the delivery of our events. We offer many events throughout the season and need volunteers for planning, delivery and security.
There are many fundraising initiatives needed at the WDM. Through your support and hard work, you will raise funds for education and exhibits.