Getting Involved

Aggie Daze: September 20 & 21

AGGIE DAZE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

8:00 – 4H Pancake Breakfast – Pioneer Village Red Barn

9:00 – BBQ Course – Between Buildings

Joel Lybbert Buffalo and Steer Roping –

9:30 – Sheep Shearing – Behind Red Barn

10:00 – Goat Milking – Behind Red Barn

10:30 – Sausage Making – Pioneer Village

Joel Lybbert Buffalo and Steer Roping

11:00 – Freezer Jam Demo – Pioneer Village

Horse Shoeing – Get a diamond ring – Between Buildings

Tatting – Pioneer Village

11:30 – Sourdough bread demo – Pioneer Village

12:00 – Chuck Wagon Races 12:00-1:00

Knitting and Crocheting – Pioneer Village

Soft Sculpture Dolls 12:00-3:00 – Pioneer Village

1:00- SHOW AND SHINE 1:00-3:00 – Baseball Diamonds

2:00 – Joel Lybbert Buffalo and Steer Roping

7:00 – Cowboy Poetry – Main Building

ALL DAY

Wagon rides – $1.00/ride – Front of the Buildings

Cow Milking – Pioneer Village

Petting Zoo – Behind Main Building

Railroad – Main Building

Vendor Displays – Main Building

Lemonade Contest 10:00-2:00 –

Candle Making – Pioneer Village

RED BARN – PIONEER VILLAGE SCHEDULE OF DEMONSTRATIONS

9:30 AM – Sheep Shearing

10:00 AM – Goat Milking and cheese sampling

10:30 AM – Sausage Making

11:00 AM – Freezer Jam Demo

11:30 AM Tatting

12:00 Noon

Sourdough Breading Making

Soft Sculpture Doll Demo

Knitting, Crocheting

ALL DAY

Tied Quilt – come and give it a try!!!

Quilt making Display

Candle making and Honey Booth – demo

Handicraft Display – hardanger, embroidery, smocking

Tatting, crochet dollies

Wool spinning, carding and knitting

As stated in the Agricultural Societies Act of Alberta: “The objective of a Society is to encourage improvement in agriculture and in the quality of life of persons living in an agricultural community by developing programs, services and facilities based on needs in the agricultural community”

Further objectives include, but shall not be limited to:

     a) Develop facilities and programs that provide opportunities for families in our rural and urban communities to experience and understand our cultural heritage, by having fun promoting agricultural food production, entertainment and recreation to enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

    b) Sponsor an annual agricultural activity.

    c) Develop activities to encourage and interest youth in the work of Agriculture.

    d) Support and cooperate with associations organized to improve farm production.

We are always looking for volunteers. Join the AG Society and be an active apart of your community.