Thursday November 27, 2014

VIDPUST - Pilgrimage

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Vidpust services were held outdoors because there were too many people making the pilgrimage to Yorkton to have it indoors. It was usually on the same day so a lot of times it fell on a week day. Businesses such as Croll’s Department store had specials and probably had one of their best days of the year… (Quote-Gene Denischuk.) Photo Circa 1940. Source Gene Denischuk

Contact Terri Lefebvre Prince, Heritage Researcher,
City of Yorkton Archives, 
Box 400, 37 Third Avenue North,
Yorkton, Sask. S3N 2W3



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