Saskatchewan heritage was celebrated on Saturday at the Western Development Museum.
“Our boys need to have as much fun as possible. We do any kind of family event,” said Rachelle Procyk, one of the people who came out to enjoy Heritage Day at the museum. “We’re going to go on a sleigh ride, play some hockey and go check out the inside. We’ve never been to the inside before.”
She and her family moved to Moose Jaw from Regina a week ago and decided to check out the family-oriented event.
“(My son) loves anything to do with cars and airplanes and trucks,” said Procyk. “So he’ll have a blast.”
Shirley Stenko, museum operations officer, said the afternoon’s activities included a sleigh ride, hockey, a snowman-building contest, hot chocolate and cookies, a themed scavenger hunt in the museum and Valentine’s Day crafts.
“Being so close to Valentine’s Day we thought we’d throw a little love in there,” said Stenko. “It’s just a fun day for the family.”
For more information, see Monday's edition of the Times-Herald.