Our conference dinner will be hosted at the unique living history museum - the Western Development Museum.
"Saskatchewan boomed with economic activity from the turn of the century to 1914. Land-seekers flooded the west and towns grew almost overnight. 1910 Boomtown, the Western Development Museum's representation of a typical Saskatchewan town, captures the atmosphere and style of this bustling period. Over 30 buildings portray community life - from the general store overflowing with everything from nails to gingham, to the blacksmith shop ringing with the sound of the hammer striking the anvil. Transport yourself back to a time when the clip clop of horses filled the air. You don't just visit this museum, you live it!"