What’s new at Pas-Ka-Poo ?

ell, old man winter is slowly releasing his hold and the Park is starting to come alive.
With this, the Rimbey Historical Society is welcoming a new year full of events and the Rimbey Farmer’s Market started us out on the first Saturday in May.

By Cheryl Scheie

Well, old man winter is slowly releasing his hold and the Park is starting to come alive.

With this, the Rimbey Historical Society is welcoming a new year full of events and the Rimbey Farmer’s Market started us out on the first Saturday in May.

We will be opening the Park for tours around the middle of the month when the buildings are open and spider’s hard work all winter are removed.

If there is anyone out there that thinks they may have an interest in the hands-on work here at the Park, please call the office at 843-2004.

The pond will once again be filled and the fish will move from their winter home to the outside world and more space, which I am sure they will really love.

We are still accepting any donation of artifacts to the Park in trying to preserve the past for the future. Just bring them to the Office – White Historical Museum in the main yard.

We wish to thank volunteer Harvey Hillis for giving us his Wednesdays for the last 12 years and now he is retiring.

We also wish to send a thank-you to Darren Jones for saving our goat’s lives and now they can go on pulling the cart in the Brown Museum. A four-legged furry monster terrorized them.

The Park is filling up fast for summer bookings so if you planning an event please let us know as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.