June 25, 2022
Tour of RM of Fertile Belt
Things to bring:
1. A vehicle
It could be a really long walk.
We will each be taking our own vehicles or you can carpool with people you know from your area. I will let you arrange that on your own. Then, if you can only join us for part of the day, you can leave when you need to.
2. Bag lunch and water to drink.
We aren't sure where we will be around lunchtime. This way, we can stop and eat when we get to that time.
3. Lawn Chairs
So you can sit down while you are eating, or you can also just sit and eat in your vehicle.
4. Hat, sun tan lotion, umbrella and insect repellent.
This is Saskatchewan where the weather can change at the drop of a hat and the mosquitos have landing lights!
5. Appropriate footwear.
Since we aren't sure what the cemetery conditions will be like, if they are muddy or dry.
In case you are interested in taking photos.
7. Epipen (if you are someone who needs one)
In case we encounter wasps.
There are a few washrooms along the way.
We are going to attempt to see all the cemeteries listed below. We may or may not be changing the list depending on the circumstances.
2. Kinbrae/Saint Stephen's Anglican Cemetery
Kinbrae Catholic Cemetery
3. Sunnyside Cemetery
4. Llewelyn Cemetery
5. Bangor Village Cemetery -Bathrooms available in the town hall, but the water is not drinkable.
6. St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery in Bangor
7. Atwater Community Cemetery
8. Kristiana Lutheran Cemetery
9. St. Elizabeth of Hungary in Stockholm
10. Protestant or Stockholm Village Cemetery
11. Spruce Home Baptist Cemetery
12. New Stockholm Evangelical Lutheran Church
13. Evangelical Mission Church
14. Kolin United Church Cemetery
15. Very First Cemetery mentioned in the Fertile Belt History Book
16. Our Lady of Assumption Roman Catholic Cemetery also known as Kaposvar Church Cemetery (There is an outhouse here we can use but there is no running water.)
17. St. Mary's Cemetery in Esterhazy (SW Corner) if time allows
18. Esterhazy Cemetery in Esterhazy (NE Corner) if time allows