This weekend is the annual Harvest Festival at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum. (located in Wetaskiwin, Alberta 45 minutes South of Edmonton.) It’s taking place both Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm and with so many things happening these are my top picks of things to do with the family!
- Enjoy fresh baked bread at the bread making demonstrations in the Service Station.
- Catch some old school cartoons in the Starlight Drive-In Movie Theatre. You know the drive-in commercials where there is dancing popcorn and drinks? Yup they have them there.
- Check out the vintage toy room with toys from all era’s!
- Free tractor rides from 11am-4pm
- Learn about making butter! (AKA the exercise that will buff up your arms…)Every hour starting at 11:30am with the last demonstration talking place at 4:40pm.
- Shop the farmers market 10am-4pm
- Learn to make rope at the rope making demonstration every hour on the hour. 11am-4pm
- Hang around the airplane hanger and see all the of the vintage air crafts!
- Book a table at Huckleberry’s Cafe (okay this isn’t at the Reynolds Museum, BUT it’s in Wetaskiwin and the Dill Pickle soup is AH-MAH-ZING)
Parking is FREE. Admission is $15 for adults, $35 for a family (two adults and their children under the ages of 18), $12 for seniors and $7.50 for youth (age 7-17). Children six and under are admitted free. After this weekend the museum is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm
**Bring cash – there is no ATM on site this year