I found the following article in the Cupar Herald dated 24 August 1916. No source is given. It gives a different perspective and perhaps a sense of humour. You may judge for yourself.
Thursday, May 19
Saturday, May 14
I realize a lot of people don't like meetings but not only is it a time to find out what other small museums are planning and what are there challenges, but how we can all share and help.
This was our first network meeting in Cupar.
Next meeting will be in Dysart scheduled for
If any of you feel like day trips this summer and fall, here is the schedule of events for our group.
Qu'Appelle Valley Museums
Schedule of Events 2016
May 28 Indian Head Bell Barn: Lobster Dinner
May 29 Abernethy: Open House
June 25 Cupar: Strawberry Social: 2-4pm
featuring Blue Country band from Fort Qu'Appelle
June 26 Indian Head Bell Barn: Horse Fair
July 14 Dysart: High Tea: 1-3pm
July 15 Indian Head Bell Barn: Pizza Night
July 16 Kronau:Simple Fun Family Festival
featuring “Up Side of Maybe” band from London Ontario
July 22 Abernethy: Abernethy Fair & Open House
July 23 Glenavon: Fair Day & Open House
July 25-29 Kronau: Making Memories Kids Summer Camp – Session 1
August 13 Dysart: Museum Day: 1-4pm
August 13 Indian Head Bell Barn: Barn Dance
August 14 Indian Head: Open House at 1 pm.
August 15-19 Kronau: Making Memories Kids Summer Camp – Session 2
September 17 Indian Head Bell Barn: Barn Dance
September 24 Grenfell: Fall Fair & museum quilt raffle draw
September 30-October 2 Abernethy: Culture Days
October 1 Indian Head Bell Barn: Octoberfest
October 1 Cupar: Harvest Lunch & Culture Days 11am to 2pm
October 2 Kronau: Culture Days – Celebrating Ukrainian Culture &
anniversary of the first wave of Ukrainian immigrants to
October 15 Kronau: Annual Fall Fundraiser at U of R
Featuring Chester McBain “The Entertainer” Magician
December 3 Kronau: Santa Store – Children's secret Christmas shopping
day at the museum
December 11 Kronau: Christmas Program and Carol Sing-a-Long.
Cupar: The 1950's featuring toys
Dysart: Music Through the Years
Kronau: “Marching on to War” impact of wars on Saskatchewan families