Faspa Country: a Herbert story

Creator(s): Herbert CPR Train Station Museum

"Faspa" is a low-German, Mennonite term used for a typical late afternoon lunch that, for generations, has been served in Mennonite homes. This story of Herbert, Saskatchewan, tells the story of the strong Mennonite influence on a small Prairie community. It is a wonderful multicultural community but, at its beginning, many Mennonites homesteaded here, and their influence is still strong.

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