The Kneehill Historical Museum hosted its annual Pioneer Times Day and Open House on June the 8th of this 2019 year. Approximately 230 people were in attendance not including our lovely volunteers who provided the many activities, delicious foods, and wonderful demonstrations.
Displays ranged from a model train to rope making in our Agriculture shed. But the highlight of our day was the 10:30 AM ribbon cutting of our newly brought in 1930 CPR Portable Section House. Many Volunteers have donated time and given to this project in order for it to have been possible for us to have opened it on this day.
There was much to eat on scene at our Open House including freshly baked cinnamon buns, dinner rolls, and a lovely lunch served and prepared by volunteers.
Thank you to all who came out and experienced a little bit of Kneehill County History. We immensely appreciate the support and are always excited to share a little bit about what we do here at the Museum with our visitors.