Just yesterday, the Swift Current Museum hosted a Lunch n' Learn that highlighted the history of Treaty Four, drawing in around 45 people.

Attendees were required to register for the presentation which lasted from 12 - 1 p.m., with the option of a locally catered lunch for $10.

Hugh Henry, guest speaker at yesterday's Lunch n' Learn, is the president of the Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society who hopes to educate community members about the rich history shared.

"I just put together a bit of a program on treaty number four, this year is going to be the 150th anniversary of the initial signing of treaty four," said Henry. "So I thought it was an opportunity for people to come learn about what's happened over the years related to the treaty."

He notes that many people don't realize the reason for land acknowledgments when gathering in a group, the importance, or the stories behind it. 

"Keep behaving as good treaty people," concluded Henry.

The Swift Current Museum's next Lunch n' Learn will be on Wednesday, May 15 with Peter L'Heureux, interested parties can register at www.swiftcurrent.ca/museum.