Are you planning a “stay-cation” for this Spring Break? Come down to the Musée for one of our four Spring Break programs! We will be offering 1-hour programs, twice a day, from Tuesday, April 1 – Friday, April 4. Each program is a suggested $2 donation per child participating. Read on below to find out […]
This Saturday, March 29, we are hosting a special family program at the Musée in conjunction with our new exhibit, Hands on Nature: Discovering Biodiversity!, which officially opens on April 1. To celebrate this new exhibit, and the eventual return of spring, we would like to invite you to come in and make your very […]
Next up to the plate on our staff profiles is Education Programmer, Roy Toomey. Roy giving the tour at the St. Albert Grain Elevators during the Harvest Festival in 2013. As one of the Education Programmers at the Musée Héritage Museum (MHM), I get to do all kinds of interesting things, and work at a […]
Next up on our staff profiles, Tori McNish, Education Programmer. Tori having fun with the newspaper guy on our cake. Hi! My name is Tori, and I am the newest Education Programmer at the Musée Héritage Museum. Originally studying contemporary Chinese art history in university, I came to work in a heritage museum in a […]
Since the opening of our most recent exhibit, Piece Makers: How Our Grandmothers Re-cycled, we have featured an interactive quilt project in our Discovery Room (children’s gallery). After looking through the exhibit, visitors have the chance to go into the Discovery Room and make their very own quilt square. Many have been adding squares they’ve […]
Continuing with our staff profiles, this week features Merlin Rosser, Heritage Sites Manager. Merlin, along with Mayor Crouse, at the Harvest Festival last year. My name is Merlin Rosser, I am the Heritage Sites Manager for the Arts and Heritage Foundation of St. Albert. As an historical archaeologist I really dig historical resources. Other training […]
Musée Héritage Museum St Albert History Gallery – Youtube February 26, 2014 was Museum Videos Day. Check out the video that was put together for the Musée Héritage Museum, looking over the history of our permanent gallery.
The annual Greater Edmonton Teachers’ Convention (GETCA) took place February 27-28, 2014 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton. Programmers Roy and Tori were there to represent the St. Albert heritage sites, specifically the Father Lacombe Chapel which is a provincial historic site in Alberta. Other Alberta historic sites included Rutherford House, the Ukrainian Cultural […]