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    Village of Foremost Regular Council Meeting Date Change

    September 19, 2022 Regular Village Council Meeting has been changed to September 26, 2022 at 7:00pm

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    The Village of Foremost is seeking an individual that has recieved the mandated level of training to operate the water treatment  and distribution system or is willing to take the training and...

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    Wednesday September 6, 2022 

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Community Events

Rememberance Day
Nov. 11th 2022 (All day)

Remberance Day Service at the Foremost Community Hall

 

10:00 Sharp

Everyone is welcome 

 

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Etzikom Windmill Museum

Etzikom Museum and Historical Windmill Center (24 km (15 miles), East of Foremost)

{403}666-3737

Located on the Red Coat Trail, is the Etzikom Museum and the Canadian National Historic Windmill Centre. The Centre features outdoor restored examples of windmills encompassing over 200 years of Canadian wind power (particularly water pumpers). Indoors at the Museum are many “hands-on” displays in time-period settings, featuring early pioneer life. Other displays include:
Indian artifacts, fossils, petroglyphs, Homesteader tools and a Historic Church.

The Centre is open from:

May (Victoria Day weekend) to September (Labour Day weekend)

Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 12noon to 6pm

 

For more information call: (403)666-3737