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Willow Bunch Museum

#8 Edouard Beaupré St

Willow Bunch, SK



Offered in English and French.

Wheelchair accessible.


On the morning of Sept. 30th, we will be serving fresh Bannock with homemade jellies made with the fruit picked in the area.

At lunch, we will be serving Fry Bread Tacos, which will be made with fresh fried Bannock, buffalo hamburger, lettuce, cheese and tomatoes.

On Saturday, September 23, at 10:00 a.m., we are inviting the public to come and view how to make baked Bannock and fried Bannock, how it is prepared and cooked, and the history behind it.



Willow Bunch Museum & Heritage Society

The Willow Bunch Museum is presently located in the heritage building, which was once a convent, originally built for the Sisters of the Cross in 1914. We have been serving the community for 51 years (1972 to present). We are a non-profit charitable organization. Our mission is to collect and preserve artifacts and records of the local history of Willow Bunch and area for the purpose of bilingual education, conservation and research, as well as to develop an awareness of our historical and culturally-diverse past as it relates to the history of Saskatchewan and to promote tourism in our community.

We are open seasonally May 15th to Sept 15th, 7 days per week, from 9-5.


Nichole Lesperance-Gellner