The Yorkton Brick Mill Heritage Society was formed in early 2012 by individuals interested in encouraging the preservation of the oldest surviving flour mill in Saskatchewan.

Constructed in 1898 by John J. Smith to support the new settlement's agricultural base, 'The Old Mill' was reinvented a number of times by changing ownership and needs until falling into disuse in the late 1980s.  Now, during a period of unprecedented prosperity for our province, one of the last remaining symbols of our local heritage faces an uncertain future.

This site is being developed by and for those who believe that history need not exist only in photographs and books.

 


View the 2019 Newsletter as a PDF , or download it as a DOCX (Microsoft Word) document. 

The Newsletter documents the leadup to the next step... 

The Strategic Planning Workshop
Saturday, February 15th, 2020
Royal Ford Board Room

Get full information & an Invitation here.

 
 
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