February 18, 2020
On Saturday February 15, the profile of Main Street Pincher Creek was altered by the sudden loss of the King Edward Hotel to fire. Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village pays homage to our lost landmark with a history compiled and written by Curator Farley Wuth.
Read and produced by Gord Tolton
February 5, 2020
From Farley's column in Shootin' the Breeze, Jan 15 2020, we learn about the roots of curling in Pincher Creek in the early 20th century.
February 5, 2020
Get tickets now for the 5th Annual Journey of Scotch, Feb 19, 2020.
And get the skinny on our developing Audio Tours program of the Village.
January 31, 2020
It's not just a barn - though it is. But the Verigin Barn is also a legacy of the Doukobor that uprooted from a troubled existence in south-east Russia to build a presence near Cowley, Alberta.
January 30, 2020
The A.E. Cox House is one of the most popular exhibits in Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village. Hear the tale of the urbane Arthur Edgar Cox and the large family that he and Mary Willock Cox raised in this charming country house
December 20, 2019
In a Christmas Column from Shootin' the Breeze, Farley tells us about Christmas Celebrations held in Pincher Creek, Cowley, New Yarrow and Waterton Lakes during the late 1920s.
December 19, 2019
The days of children's Christmas concerts return as Farley's story of the Coalfields School in 1927 is recounted.
Also, shop THE COUNTRY STORE on Saturday Dec 21 for great savings on unique homey items, and a chance to win a $30 certificate.
December 13, 2019
Farley Wuth tells of Christmas Shopping experiences at the beginning of the Great Depression.
Also, visit The Country Store for unique offerings of 2019!
Open Monday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm for shopping.
Dec 21st: Attend the "Before Boxing Day" Sale, with many special deals and discounts, with Hot Cocoa and Cider available.
LAST DAY OF BUSINESS: Monday Dec 23 - 10 am to 4 pm.
The Village will be closed for Christmas and New Year holidays - reopening Jan 6 2020.
December 10, 2019
In this inaugural episode of Farley's Frontier Chronicles, we read Farley Wuth's column of Dec 4 2019, in the newspaper, Shootin' the Breeze. For the founding Mounties of Pincher Creek, the Christmas season of 1879 was fairly basic, and one of the few breaks from their duties that the policemen received throughout the year.
November 26, 2019
Readings from the many authors of south-western Alberta attending our Fifth Annual author's event.
For more information on the authors, visit https://www.facebook.com/kootenai.brown.3
for bios and titles. All titles are on sale always in The Country Store at Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village.