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Canadian pride shines through every July 1 at the Pioneer Thresherman's Museum! Antique threshing machines, a blacksmith shop, and a tractor-run flour mill offer visitors a dynamic view of life in the early days of agriculture in Alberta. Logging demonstrations and a demolition derby provide more contemporary entertainment.

Some buildings on site can be rented as space for special events. An historic United Church building is available for weddings, while a community hall on site can be booked for dances, dinners, or parties.  

The Pioneer Thresherman's Museum Is open to the public from the end of May to the end of August, Tuesday through Saturday, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Admission is by donation.

For more information about Museum events, or on school or private bookings, the Museum can be contacted by writing to:

 Box 758

High Prairie, Alberta

T0G 1E0,

or call Randy at (780) 523-5434






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