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9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monday - Friday

12:00 - 5:00 pm

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Highway 16A West
Yorkton, SK

Winning the Prairie Gamble

Threshermen's Show and Seniors' Festival
Threshermen's Show & Senior' Festival

Family History Album



Take a sneak peak at our current exhibits.

Indoor  |  Outdoor  |  Temporary

Outdoor Agricultural Exhibit

Pole ShedOutdoors, pole sheds house tractors and agricultural implements.

The six-cylinder Twin City 60-90 HP gas tractor, built by Minneapolis Steel & Machine Company in 1916, was one of the largest tractors ever produced. Its shipping weight was 28,000 pounds.

The Avery Manufacturing Company of Peoria, Illinois built the undermount 20-60 HP steam traction engine c. 1912.


windmillThis c. 1900 windmill was built by Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Company Limited of Toronto, Ontario. By harnessing nature's power, the farmer's work was made easier. In the early years, this windmill was used mainly to grist wheat for flour. As well, it was used or sawing fire wood and for operating a grindstone.

Bell and Tower

BellThis is the original Yorkton City Hall bell tower erected in 1905 when the combination Library, Fire Hall and City Hall building was constructed. The original bell cracked and was replaced in 1908. In 1962 the building was torn down.

Clay Oven

Yorkton WDM - Clay Oven - man mixing clay and staw with bare feet standing in front of almost complete oven The Yorkton WDM clay oven was built in 1975 on the farm of William K. Elaschuk with the assistance of Bob Pearce and Mike Nabozniak (all members of the Yorkton Threshermen’s Club). It was built on a platform with wheels; this allowed it to be moved but eventually was stationed permanently under cover at Grandma’s Oven in the outdoor compound of the Yorkton WDM. The walls are made from clay with flax straw mixed in.

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