On the ropes

Residents at Yorkton Crossing had the chance to watch a rope-making demonstration, hosted by the Yorkton Thresherman’s Club. The club’s mandate is to keep traditional agricultural arts alive, and demonstrations like this are part of that goal, as they showed how rope used to be made. Residents also had the chance to get a closer look at the rope that was made, and, as pictured to the right, also take part and help make it.

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