Evening fireworks capped the day off an event-filled July 1 at Elkhorn.
Ed / Margaret James
One of the many entries in the Elkhorn Canada Day parade. The Manitoba Antique Auto Museum enters 8 to 10 cars each year in the parade.
A Case steam engine owned by Darwin Fedorowich of Redvers, Sask. The massive machine was used to power the threshing machine at the museum grounds on Canada Day. The threshing display has become a traditional and popular event at the museum.
A member of Wallace District Fire Department, Station 2 (Elkhorn), explains the operation of a fire truck at the July 1 celebrations at the Manitoba Antique Auto Museum.
There's a treasure in that sand - coins of various denominations!
Margaret /Ed James
Lynn Tutthill of Elkhorn using his newly acquired sawmill to cut lumber. The sawmill was powered by a 1912 Gaar Scott steam engine. The demonstration was a new event at the museum and drew a very large crowd.
Kevin Tutthill (LUD rep), Riley Brennand (LUD rep), Brandon-Souris MP Larry Maguire, Councillor Roland Gagnon and RM Reeve Clayton Canart serving up pancakes on July 1 at the Elkhorn Leisure Centre.