Sunday, March 24

Flooding not New

Found this article in the Cupar Herald dated 12 April 1917.  Seemed appropriate for all of us.

Tuesday, March 19

Chevy Truck Then and Now

The Chevy Truck assembled at the GM plant in Regina in 1940 is one of the museum's prize possessions.  After many months of volunteer labour to restore, including finding missing parts, putting the vehicle in good running condition and a fantastic paint job, it has returned to the museum premises.

We thank Allan Bonish of the Cupar District for his dedication to this project.
He was assisted by Jim Adam from the museum board.

The next step in the process will be to build a box for the truck.
The truck will be a feature of the museum in parades
 and other activities in the area we hope for many years to come.

Wednesday, March 13


On behalf of the Museum Board I would like to thank Sask Culture for awarding us a SaskCulture Museum Grant for 2013. Our Board and our many volunteers have spent countless hours in meetings, assisting with programming, fundraising , communication, research, social events, and up keep of our building and grounds. These monies are greatly appreciated and will be well used.
We also realize that SaskCulture support is also assisted by
 Saskatchewan Lotteries. Thank you.