Caroline Museum & Historical Village Ready To Open For 2018 Season

Starting this May long weekend, tourists can head out on Highway 54 just east of the Village of Caroline to see what there is to see and do in 2018 at the Caroline "Wheels of Time" Museum & Historical Village.

The Caroline "Wheels of Time" Museum is ready to open its doors for the 2018 on Friday, May 18th at noon.
 
The start of the tourist season for the Museum and the Historical Village coincides with the annual Big Horn Stampede Rodeo.

Caroline Museum Treasurer Sheryl Holmstrom expects a big crowd in Caroline for the Victoria Day long weekend.
 
 

 

Holmstrom says they will be having a bake sale on Saturday, May 19th after the rodeo parade.
 
 
 
 
 
The museum hours for 2018 are every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from noon-5pm. It will close for the year on September 2nd.
 

More from Local News

  • High River RCMP Lay Multiple Charges Following Search Warrant Execution

    RCMP have recovered over $300,000 worth of stolen merchandise after executing a search warrant involving stolen property north of High River at a commercial location.. A 26-year-old Calgary man and a 27-year-old Didsbury woman have been arrested and released. They face on charge each. A 37 year old man from Black Diamond has been arrested and faces nine total charges. A 44 year old man from Black Diamond is now wanted for numerous offences in relation to this incident.

  • Olds RCMP - Oldstoberfest Enforcement Initiative Recap

    Corporal Courtney Harding says Olds RCMP scheduled several additional RCMP members to work in order to ensure public safety for the annual Oldstoberfest event. Enforcement and crime prevention included bike patrols by Olds RCMP and foot patrols as well as a police presence at the Oldstoberfest venues and grounds during the festivities. According to Corporal Harding, overall the RCMP members reported it was a good event with minimal issues until the later hours of each evening.

  • Innisfail Eagles - Ron MacLean Featured At 5th Annual Sportsman's Dinner

    The Innisfail Legion was sold out on Wednesday, September 19th for the Innisfail Eagles 5th annual sportsman's dinner. Long-time Hockey Night in Canada host Ron MacLean was the headliner for the evening's hot stove lounge discussion.

  • Markerville Concert Series

    The Markerville Concert Series starts on Friday, September 21st with A Tribute to George Jones.

  • Olds Institute - Age Friendly Committee Holds Crosswalk Challenge

    Margaret Erickson with the Olds Institute's Age Friendly Committee says they are hoping to see improvements at crosswalks in the town of Olds in order to make it more accessible for pedestrians and seniors.

  • Didsbury Terry Fox Run Rescheduled For September 23rd

    The new date for the Terry Fox Run in Didsbury is Sunday, September 23rd. It was post-poned for a week due to the poor weather conditions on Sunday, September 16th.

  • Olds College Athletes Of The Week - September 17-23

    For September 17-23, 2018 the male and female athletes of the week for the Olds College Broncos are Mario Fabian Gromenida and Jayna Espie-Sanderson.

  • Mountain View Food Drive

    The need for the Mountain View Food Bank is pretty consistent, according to local volunteer Rhona Segal.

Recently Played