PIONEER SCHOOL DAYS- May and June
TRACTOR PULL – May 27
SHOW & SHINE – July 2 (Sunday)
Coyote Flats Pioneer Village – 1.8 km south of Picture Butte on Hwy.843
This is a family event and spectators are welcomed free of charge. Show car registration is $10. Please arrive early and stay for the day. Camping on site available also.
Many south Alberta car clubs will be in attendance and lots of car people will be eager to show their sharp looking rides.
Coyote Flats Pioneer Village is a unique venue for this Show and Shine. The village buildings, hosted by volunteers, are open for viewing. You can wander the streets, check out a few vendors, walk down to the mine site in the coulees, look at tractor and machinery displays or just sit and visit. Check out our “Model A” food truck donated last year.
Breakfast, lunch and ice cream is available for purchase.
Our donors supply us with a generous award and prize selection.
Many volunteers make this event possible. If interested call Pieter at 403-732-5451 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks to the Piyami Cruisers who organized this event for many years. Our organization (PTEMS) and location (Coyote Flats Pioneer Village) took over this event in 2015.
HARVEST DAYS Aug 18,19,20
Harvest Days coincides with the Town of Picture Butte Jamboree Days. Harvest Days are put on by the Prairie Tractor & Engine Society Museum at the Coyote Flats Pioneer Village. They are a depiction of what harvest looked like back in the “old days”. Many events serve to show the ways of life in the past; to show the younger generations and remind the older ones where our community originated. Entertainment and activities, including threshing demonstrations, tractor pulls, horse pulls, the Parade of Power, and any other miscellaneous entertainment.
FRI – Admission by donation; Tractor Pulls in the evening (start time 6 PM)
SAT – Open after the parade downtown at NOON
SUN – afternoon activities
Admission – $10 Adults, Under 12 free. Concessions on site.
Pig Roast and Silent Auction – Sept 30
$30 for a plate of the finest Alberta spit roast pork, potatoes, corn on the cob and baked beans.
Dozens of items for silent auction
Tractor Pulls in afternoon
Supper at 6pm
(Further details will be posted once they become available from the planning committee)