Agriculture and community history will be celebrated during the Souris Valley Antique Association's annual Pioneer Echoes weekend in Midale August 16 and 17.
A pancake breakfast will open the activities each morning, according to event spokesperson Marcia Waite. The town's heritage village will be open at 11 a.m. each day for people to visit and tour.
Saskatoon pie will be served at one house in the village, and fried bread will be in another. Other buildings in the village will also be open.
Waite said the heritage village's church will be the site of a non-denominational church services at 11 a.m. on the 17th.
There will also be a flea market on the 16th and 17th. A variety of items will be for sale.
A parade will begin at 2 p.m. each day. Antique vehicles and agriculture implements, such as tractors and combines, will roll through the heritage village's ground. Threshing demonstrations will occur after the parade.
Other daily highlights will include live music and a show-and-shine.
An inflatable playground will be brought in for children on August 16. The Midale Pet Rescue group will have a demonstration on one of the days, too.
A 10-and-under children's rodeo will be happening near the heritage village, and the town's downtown museum will be open for tours each day.