What a week in Weyburn! With so much going on, and so much community to celebrate, here are some photos that didn't make it onto our page, until now.

The 1942 Tiger Moth single-engine airplane, used to train pilots in Saskatchewan during World War II, and owned by a Weyburn man, took to the skies on Saturday evening. Read more about the amazing story behind it HERE

tiger mothPhoto by Marna McManus.​​​

Brayden King had the children up dancing during the Weyburn Credit Union's community appreciation barbecue on Thursday. Read all about that and see more photos HERE.

braydenPhoto by Marna McManus.

The second Weyburn Market on the Farm took place Saturday, this time outdoors. 

market on the farmPhoto by Marna McManus.

The R.M.s of Weyburn and Brokenshell held a 'rain or shine' community barbecue on Thursday, with a great turnout and plenty of food.

rm bbqPhoto by Marna McManus.
norm mcfaddenReeve for the R.M. of Weyburn, Norm McFadden (photo by Marna McManus).

The Listener Appreciation barbecue, held in front of the Golden West Radio Weyburn offices, saw a blend of community on Wednesday.

cops kidsPhoto by Marna McManus.

The Weyburn Humane Society brought the 2024 GMC Terrain to the event, for which raffle tickets are being sold. Read more about Ride for Paws HERE.

bbq carsPhoto by Marna McManus.

The Weyburn Arts Council worked on a mural in Jubilee Park this week, generated by the WAC family. Two more will be painted this summer. Read more about this mural HERE. See the upcoming mural designs HERE.

wac muralSubmitted photo courtesy of Regan Lanning.

The crop development is underway here in the southeast, with some being damaged by hail last weekend. Read more on the crop report HERE.

cropsPhoto by Natasha Wiebe.