Canada Day volunteers.

Rimbey Museum’s top 10- Year in Review

All are in no particular order. The Museum grounds make a super venue for large gatherings; the Lions Steak Fry was enjoyed by hundreds of people.

Museum building’s colorful flowerbeds were added by some donations from Holly’s Greenhouse.

· Annual Town event “Canada Day” was enjoyed by all, including a number of wonderful volunteers.

· Visits from Vintage Car Clubs.

· The Arch Rib Museum got a facelift, repairing a leaky roof, thanks to the County of Ponoka!

· Great to have the school tours back, the young children are so interested in learning how pioneers lived.

· An annual “Royal Rally” included the Museum as one of their stops in a province-wide scavenger hunt.

· Visit from Authors Jeanette Oak and her daughter Laura Logan.

· Wonderful to have all our annual events back, Park’n in the Park Car Show was a great success.

· Improvements to the grounds with a sidewalk extending all the way to the Truck Museum, making it possible for better mobility from Museum building to building.

– Submitted by Rimbey Historical Society

 

Canada Day.

(Photos submitted by Rimbey Historical Society)
June Lions Steak Fry.

(Photos submitted by Rimbey Historical Society) June Lions Steak Fry.

May school tour.

Royal Rally visit in September.

Sidewalk extension.

Vintage Car Club tour.

Vintage Car Club tour.

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