Come out and enjoy a full day and evening of Living History at the Yale Historic Site.
During the day visit the tent encampment and learn about the history and pioneers that shaped Canada. Listen to historical lectures by historian Tim Watkins. Watch Louie Seguin demonstrate the art of blacksmithing. There will also be black powder shoots, flint fire starting, traditional cooking, pioneer arts and much more for you to experience.
Starting at 6:00 pm the encampment will be lit by lanterns and fires and we will be serving a dinner of chili, fresh bannock and sides. Beer and wine will be available for purchase out of the saloon. After dinner, tour the encampment and grab a seat by the fire for an evening of oral history with our pioneers.
Dinner tickets are by advance purchase and include all day and evening admission to the site.
13 years and older $20.00
12 years and under $15.00
All day and evening admission are regular admission rates.
Youth 7-18 and Seniors 65+ $7.50
Children 6 and under free.
Come out to the Yale Historic Site for a fun filled day of family activities! Black Powder demonstrations, live entertainment, games of chance, raffle prizes, and a bbq! Lots of fun for the whole family.
And of course our yummy strawberry shortcake!
Regular admission rates apply.
Come out and help us celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday. There will be a hot dog bbq, cake, live entertainment, raffle draws, gold panning, our infamous chicken poop bingo and lots more! There is something for everyone!
Enjoy an afternoon of shopping, food and entertainment.
From 12-3, the site will host local artisans selling a variety of items for your Christmas shopping pleasure. Jewelry, handcrafted signs, fresh baking, tea, crocheted and knitted items and much more.
The Ward Tea House will be open for lunch with a special menu of fresh sandwiches, panini’s and soup.
At 4:00 pm join us at St. John the Divine for our Old Fashioned Christmas. Sign carols, listen to Christmas stories and learn of the traditions that brought us the Christmas celebrations we know today.
Visitors are welcome to dress in Victorian period clothing.
Yale Historic Site Celebrations