PasKaPoo Park Historical Museums




The Centennial Pavilion

  Interested in reserving this spacious facility for a private function such as a wedding, fammily reunion, other group gathering? Call The Rimbey Historical Society at 403-843-2004 or email

5620-51ST, BOX 813, RIMBEY, Alberta T0C 2J0


     In 2002 Rimbey’s 100th Anniversary celebration was based out of the PasKaPoo Park. For this event and many in the future, the Town of Rimbey constructed an outdoor pavilion. In 2010 construction was completed on an addition to the Pavilion area with four heated year round washrooms and a large park storage area. This Pavilion is an excellent contribution to the Historical Park and a wonderful facility for both public and privet outdoor events.

     Over the Summer months this Pavilion is a wonderful outdoor venue for all occasions. Weekends especially book up fast for a variety for functions. Weddings are very popular in the Pavilion, with space for over 200 guests and the acoustics are fantastic for ceremonies and music. The Historical grounds are a beautiful backdrop and well-liked by photographers for capturing those memorable moments. Family reunions, church functions, birthday parties, company picnics are just a few of the many functions the Pavilion has provided a location for over the years. The small kitchen facility give the basic necessities for paying guests to utilize.



"A Great Reason to Get Up on a Saturday Morning"

For more than 5 years now the Museum’s Centennial Pavilion has been a great place to gather on a Saturday morning. The “Market at the Park” has brought music, socializing, shopping, and fun to the grounds. The Rimbey Farmers’ Market is a multigenerational community weekly event. The Market is a Government of Alberta certified market, following the rules and regulations for food protection and has an overall emphasis on 

“Make it. Bake it. Grow it.”

The provision of locally grown and crafted goods and services is the main focus of these markets, with the intent to foster and promote local entrepreneurial growers and artisans.

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