Brianna Wojtowicz loved going on the horse and wagon ride at the Western Development Museum on Sunday for Culture Day.
“The ride was awesome,” said Wojtowicz, 9. “You get to pet the horses.”
On Sunday, the museum offered free admission and had extra activities in the afternoon to participate in the nationwide celebration of Canadian culture. Activities included the horse and wagon ride, a blacksmith demonstration and a performance by Olga & Friends in the galleries.
There were a variety of other events happening during Culture Days weekend to recognized the artistic and cultural aspects in society. Such events included workshops at the Moose Jaw Public Library and a Culture Days Project at the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery. People could participate in ongoing hands-on collage project at the art gallery where they envision themselves as contemporary superheroes in ordinary scenarios.
At the Western Development Museum, Wojtowicz said she had fun participating in the activities.
“We just actually went on the horses twice,” said Wojtowicz, adding it was her favourite part. “(Inside) I got to go in the plane and drive the plane.”
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