2018 Schedule of Events!
*Tables book fast, be sure to get yours today!
Celebrate the season with us on Sunday September 9, 2018. Good food, good friends, good times. 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.
Thank you for helping us celebrate. It was a great Day!
New: Pop Up Art Exhibition, Cupcakes, Butter Tart Competition & Auction, Motherwell Homestead’s famous Ice Cream Demo, Photo booth, Games and more.
Learn to Camp
Overnight Camping Experience at Motherwell Homestead NHS
1:00 pm July 21- 12:00 pm July 22 @ Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site
Want to learn to camp but not sure where to start? During this unique experience learn to set up a tent, prep and cook simple yet tasty meal options, start a safe campfire, clean camping mentality and more while getting a bit of homestead style fun kicked in!
Suitable for all ages.
What’s included: all your meals, tent, safety instruction and materials, camping information and homestead fun, fun, fun!
What to bring: $44 plus tax per person, water bottle, your bedding (sleeping bag, pillow, etc.) warm clothing layers including extra socks and toque as the prairies cool down at night) and friends or family members.
Questions? or want to Register? Call the site for more details! 306-333-2116
Visit Motherwell Homestead as part of your day at the Abernethy Fair. It’s a Free Admission kind of Day! Friday July 27
Come see the Motherwell Homestead horses at the Yorkton Threshermen’s Show and Festival August 4-5, 2018.
A Taste of the Homestead: August 11, 2018
Binding and Stooking with a twist: Help us prepare for harvest with all hands on activities and field work with horses!
- It’s Binding & Stooking day!
- Come enjoy a ‘Taste of the Homestead’.
- Follow the trail of food from farm to plate.
Tapping the Firkin @ Bushwakker Brewpub in Regina
Introducing this year’s Motherwell Exclusive Red Fife Whitbeer!
5:30 pm Friday August 17, 2018 at Bushwakker Brewpub in Regina. Great food, Great beer, Great Times!
Symphony Under the Sky Festival:
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Win a pair of FREE tickets! Visit our Facebook Page for details!
Congratulations to our 2018 winner Colleen S. ! We are glad you enjoyed your day!
EARLY BIRD TICKETS SAVE $!!
Join us at this four part festival as we work hard to make this year the best yet!
- Earlybird Tickets: Adult $15, Youth 6-17 yrs old $13. Gate prices: Adult $20 Youth $18 Get Your Tickets @ Motherwell Homestead N.H.S.. Bushwakker Brewpub or reginasymphony.com
- Some events and activities for the day include:
- Opening acts: stay tuned!
- Regina Symphony Orchestra on the grand stage
- Try Bushwakker Brewpub’s Red Fife Witbier – A Motherwell Homestead and Bushwakker exclusive
- Threshing demo: Guiness World Record holding team Hart Parr demonstrates
- Kidzone with new activites!
- Check out the visitor centre for ‘Imagine a Country’, new gift shop offerings, healthy lunch alternatives and more!
- Looking for Field 2 Fork exhibitors! Lets show off the great local talent, and offerings! Local artisans, products, produce, and producers (animals), if this might be you . Contact Krystal at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306.333.2116 for a registration form and details. Book now!
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*For information on Park’s Canada events and daily admission to all Parks Canada places, contact the Motherwell Homestead at 306.333.2116
* Special event, program or other fees may apply.
Congratulations team Motherwell Homestead!
Guinness World Record Holders!
It’s official! July 28-31 2016 team Motherwell joined the Manitoba Agricultural Museum’s Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion & Stampede in Austin, Manitoba. As part of this spectacular week they were proud to be a part of the Harvesting Hope: A world record to help the hungry, in which a Guinness World Record was set for the most threshing machines threshing at the same time.
Machines needed to be built before 1953, and had to thresh for 15 minutes continually to qualify.75 acres of wheat were threshed by 139 tractor/ threshing machine combinations with the grain collected going to World Food Grains charity. The previous record was set last year with 111 machines stepping up to the task.
Thank you especially to Sheldon and our volunteer team who not only spent the time preparing the equipment for the event, hauling the precious cargo to Austin, but also for being the ‘official crew’ and support team needed to make this happen. Without you it wouldn’t have been possible! Wally Neuman, Wilson Family Farms & Dan Clarke, Baillie Boys Towing, Jim Mann, Brian Wilkes and your families of helpers!