Welcome to the PTM
LOCATION:  just west of the hospital lights on Hwy #3 between Winkler & Morden, MB
(Look for the "tractor in the sky!" and the new digital sign)
Mailing Address:  Box 1103, Winkler, MB
R6W 4B2
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 Geocache Co-ordinates:
N49*11.488 W098*00.907
Normal Hours
Mid-May - Sept 30
(Early May by prior arrangement;
contact us by e-mail)
Monday - Friday
10 am - 5 pm
Sat, Sun & Holidays
 1 pm - 5 pm
(unless otherwise written
- see 'Events' tab)

Adults (16 - 64):  
Seniors (65+) and
Youth (ages 9 - 15):
Children (8 & under):  FREE
Note:  please NO dogs or smoking in the museum
School buses:  $85.00
Groups + tour buses welcome
(e-mail to inquire about pricing)
Cash, cheques (Cdn) + Electronic payments accepted
Catering available:  Inquire
or click the 'Rentals/Meals' tab


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Join us in our Mission:

 The Pembina Threshermen's Museum is dedicated to preserving & presenting local agriculture & history".


"Preserving the Gems of the Past ... for Those of the Future"  




Volunteering Opportunities

PTM Volunteers - yard work 800x600Calling men, women & families!
Love the rumble of antique machinery or the rustic charm of a pioneer village?
Ever wondered what it was like to live in a prairie town?
Like making a difference or being a part of a team?  
Come join in the fun! 

The PTM is looking for those who want to assist them with various aspects of the museum. There are many projects and dates to choose from with lots of flexibility, so if you have an hour or two here or there and enjoy being a part of a team that makes a difference  ...  check the PTM out and join in the fun, as we continue to improve, preserve and bring the museum 'alive' each season!  


PTM Volunteer - painting 800x600Volunteer opportunities are varied & include: 

* Special events i.e. costumed volunteers, Parade Float participants, building + 'interactive station' volunteers. (Check the Events page for a full lineup of upcoming events)!

* Antique tractors / shop maintenance 

* Valley Harvest Maids kitchen team

Tidying / dusting artifacts

* Yard maintenance

* Organizers / promoters (displays, events)

* General office assistants

* Gardening &/or flower box upkeep

* Translators (for visitors)

* Blacksmith assistants 

* Board member i.e. Artifacts Committee (cataloguing &/or restoring artifacts), Buildings & Grounds Committee (grass mowers, painting buildings &/or building restoration),  Promotion & Advertising Committee, Shop & Equipment Committee (including equipment restoration),  etc. etc.  


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Our 'Volunteer Program' offers great benefits to PTM volunteers! 
So if any of these areas interest you, call (204) 325-7497 or e-mail us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Be sure to stop by and check out all the possibilities. 
~ Having Fun ... the 'Ol-fashioned Way! ~
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The museum will graciously accept donations / gifts of any kind throughout the year including:
antique artifacts, equipment, etc.
* sponsorship
* annual foundation gifting
* bequests 
* monetary gifts (cash or cheques accepted  OR  now you can simply click the "Donate" button for monthly or one-time gifts)

Becoming a PTM Member

Help keep our local heritage alive for future generations to enjoy.  Both 'Annual' + 'Lifetime' Membership options are available with great benefits.  For more information, call (204) 325-7497 or e-mail:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
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