The Sweets, By and By
An Evening with Aimee Schulhauser
Thursday, August 30, 7:00 pm
Civic Museum of Regina
1231 Broad Street
seating is limited
a free event
Curious about what candy tasted like 100 years ago? Got a sweet tooth? Get cooking with local chef Aimee Schulhauser!
Join us at the Civic Museum as we cook up some turn-of-the-century candy using handwritten recipes by Regina’s early settler women over 100 years ago. Learn the techniques with Aimee and sample some sugary delights, then take home the recipes and try them out yourself!
Aimee promises an evening of fun, history, and candy!
RSVP to email@example.com or 306-780-9435
Built in 1918, the steam locomotive, Engine 5093 is 75 feet long and weighs 287,500 lbs. It pulled passenger trains throughout Western Canada. On its final trip with 5 cars and 35 passengers, it rolled into Regina on April 25th, 1960. It was the last steam engine in Regina as railways switched to diesel.
It was acquired in 1964 and is the largest artifact owned by the museum. In 1995, it was moved to its present location at the Regina Casino.
One of the most fascinating machines devised, it was the first piece of technology on public display: steam locomotives came right into every town and all their working parts were open to view. The men who ran them were visible and accessible. (Drury G.H. 1993-Guide to North American Steam Locomotives)