It's time to "fall back" once again, with Daylight Time ending early Sunday morning, meaning clocks need be set back one hour before you go to bed Saturday night.
Under the Official Time Act, daylight time ends on the first Sunday in November and resumes the second Sunday in March.
The official time change back to central standard time (CST) will occur this year at 2 a.m., Sunday when clocks should be set back to 1 a.m.
Over the past year, PembinaValleyOnline has told a couple of time and clock related stories. You can find links to those articles below, as well as a brief recap of both.
"That imperfection tells about their history," - historical Mennonite clocks display unveiled at Gallery in the Park
The legacy of Arthur Kroeger's curiosity, passion, extensive travel and craftmanship continues to be shared with the latest display of historical Mennonite clocks which opened Thursday at Altona's Gallery in the Park. The partnership between the Kroeger Clocks Heritage Foundation (KCHF) and Steinbach’s Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) started in 2018, and has continued to grow over the years from that first exhibit at MHV to the more than twenty clocks on display through July 29th inside the Schwartz House.
Morden time keepers of the past look back as we spring ahead this weekend
In Morden, the historical clock tower has played a role in keeping time in the community and has a history of those who have made sure it did just that. Laverne Lovatt has lived in Morden for 35 years, and took over the job of winding Morden’s clock tower from longtime resident, Frank Isaac. Lovatt said he volunteered to do it, and said it was quite the work out.
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