Whoop Up Country


To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Fort Whoop Up and our agricultural history from 1870 to 1905 join us for: -Whoop Up Cannon firing and birthday cake.
The Thunderchief Room displaying and interpreting Blackfoot heritage and Culture and presenting Federal Indian Agricultural Policy history.

Activities

Horse Drawn Parade of Power, Stagecoach rides, Chore-horse Competition, Wilson Colony mini Farmers Market.

Saturday and Sunday

  • Concession (11-4 Saturday and Sunday)
  • Kids steer roping. (12-3 Saturday and Sunday)
  • Horse Drawn Interpretive Wagon Tours (12-4 Saturday and Sunday)
  • Horse-drawn Vehicle and farm implements display.
  • Sheepherding Stock dog demonstration.
  • Steele Scouts horses and ranching.
  • Heritage firearms display
  • Pet and feed the lambs
  • Mercer Seeds Cereal crops – then and now.
  • Heritage firearms display
  • pet and feed the lambs
Sunday Only Activities
  • Wheelwright Demonstration (1 pm Sunday)
  • Pearl’s Equine Therapy- chiropractic demonstration (11-1 Sunday)

Read more about Whoop Up Country’s plans for Open Farm Days in the Lethbridge Herald.

Join us in August when more than 80 farms, ranches and ag-tourism operators open their gates and invite visitors to share in local stories, see on-farm demonstrations and purchase locally grown and produced products.

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