If you want a place to visit the past, present and future stop by the Rosetown and District Museum. It features the history of Rosetown through artifacts of families who pioneered the area. There artifacts are preserved and displayed inside the museum. Exterior historical displays include a blacksmith shop, fire hall, teacherage, and jail. Enjoy a refreshment or home-made baked goods at the 1920's Eaton Catalogue tea house located right on the grounds of the museum. The tea house is open Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Teahouse
Each year, the museum holds Museum Days and a truck and tractor show on the second weekend in June. This past year featured a pancake breakfast, hot air balloon rides, blacksmith, shingle making and vintage firefighting demos, kids games and activities and a John Deere sponsored truck and tractor show.
The Rosetown Museum is open from mid May to September, come by and see the history that made the Town of Rosetown. For more information contact the museum at (306) 882-2199.
Take a historical walk through downtown Rosetown. The walk includes Main Street, 1st Avenue East and 2nd Avenue East. 32 buildings display a plaque commemorating the history behind the business site, that's almost 80% of the businesses on Main Street!
The Rosetown Centennial Library is also home to the Rosetown Archives. Located on the main floor of the Rosetown Library, the Rosetown Archives provides history of people and businesses in the community of Rosetown. Originating in the late 1970's, the archives now have over 600 photos of Rosetown area pioneers and an obituary file from 1909 to the present. A microfilm reader is also available for individuals completing family histories. The Archives staff is available for research and to chat about the history of Rosetown during regular library hours.
If you are interested in learning about the history of Rosetown and the regional pioneers, then stop by the Rosetown Archives, contact them by phone at (306) 882-3566 or email them at email@example.com