Annual Park Events
The Historical Park hosts to a variety of Events
The Annual General Meeting of the Rimbey Historical
Society is held annually on the third Tuesday evening of February at the
International Truck Museum. This is a great time to share any thoughts and ideas of how the Historical Museum could
best serve our community. The AGM is also
Night and is the Rimbey Historical Society Board's why for saying thank you.
Without volunteers, this Museum and Park could not function as well as it does. The night is an opportunity
to join for dinner and socializing while regaling in all that has been accomplished throughout the
year. Thank you to all who
participarted in this evening. Welcome to the new Rimbey Historical Society Board of
Old Timer’s Reunion Pancake
is held annually in the Centennial Pavilion at the Park. The Historical Society volunteers cook up a great
breakfast as one of the first of several yearly fundraiser's for the Museum. This pancake breakfast is a great wrap
up to a weekend of activities to celebrate June Home Coming.
The Rodeo Parade is a great way to kick off a fun
filled weekend. Historical Society volunteers proudly drive down Main Street with some of the Museums best antiques
in motion. Over the years trucks from the collection have been driven in many small town and even city parades,
promoting the great community of Rimbey.
Park’n in the Park,
this annual “Show’n Shine” has brought several automotive enthusiasts to
Rimbey over the years. Spectators can leisurely stroll thought our picturesque Park grounds while marveling over
the countless hours of work that goes into restoring the various makes and models of automobiles.
Watch for posters of this event which runs the weekend prior to the Town of
has been celebrated at the Park for many years. The Town of Rimbey, Historical
Society, Rimbey Legion and the Government of Canada all partner together to provide great whys to celebrate Canada.
This all day event starts with a volunteer run pancake breakfast and continues throughout the day with activates
and entertainment to captivate audiences of all ages. After lunch the Rimbey Legion has it’s presentation and cake
is served. Members of the community come together to provide hay rides, donkey rides, mini golf, music and more.
The day ends with fireworks down at the ball diamonds. This event is always held on
Santa Night & the Festival of Lights was first held at the Park in 2010, in partnership with the Town of Rimbey, the Chamber of
Commerce, and the Historical Society. This free evening is a great opportunity for the
community to celebrate the season with lights, music and song. Santa and Mrs. Claus are on hand for pictures, the
Grinch gets up to a few tricks, carolers sing by bonfire, hotdogs, hot/chocolate are all provided. The Santa Night
committee is made up of volunteers from all sectors. This committee plans the event and coordinates with town
businesses and volunteer groups to provide the various lighting displays throughout the Historical Village
buildings and grounds. These lights are on
each evening until 9:00pm, for the month of December.