Historical Village

The Innisfail and District Historical Village gives children aged six to 12 a chance to step back in time every week this summer.

Left: Ciara Wright

INNISFAIL — The Innisfail and District Historical Village gives children aged six to 12 a chance to step back in time every week this summer.

Pioneer Wednesdays are built on a theme and offer games, crafts and other activities in the Innisfail and District Historical Society’s village, featuring 17 buildings on two acres of land located on 52nd Avenue and 42nd Street west of the hospital.

The event goes every Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m., with a cost of $3 per child.

More information is available by calling 403-227-2906 or online at www.innisfailhistory.com

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