Current & Upcoming Events

Monthly Saturday programs

The second Saturday of the month from 1 – 4 pm
Suggested donation of $2-3

The Museum hosts regular family drop-in programs the second Saturday of the month from 1 – 4 pm. The guided programs run from 1:30 – 2:30 pm. Each month features a different theme.

Upcoming program: June 13


2015 ARTLICIOUS: Artwalk St Albert

June 4, July 2, August 6, September 3

AWfJoin us on the first Thursday of every month from 6 – 9 pm for each ArtWalk event.

Discover St Albert as an art destination, a place to enjoy, view and buy art to suit all tastes and budgets. Enjoy each fantastic art exhibition all month long!

For more information, visit ArtWalkStAlbert.com


The Food Trucks Are Coming…

The food trucks return to the St Albert Grain Elevator Park to serve up delicious food! Due to the overwhelming response to last year’s food truck event, we’ve added a second date to the calendar!

Sunday, June 21 from 1-7 pm at the St Albert Grain Elevator Park

Food-Trucks-logoAdmission by donation.

Join us for a family-friendly, Father’s Day food truck picnic, including a penny carnival ($2/10 activity tickets), face painting, tours of the grain elevators, beer gardens (3-7 pm), 50/50 draw, and live music!

Visit the idyllic park setting, bring a blanket or lawn chairs, and enjoy some of the region’s best food trucks:

  • Afterbite Mobile Kitchen
  • The Crooked Fork
  • Cookie Love Machine
  • Dedo’s Food Truck
  • Drift Eatery
  • IMG_0731Fab Food on Four
  • Go Nuts 4 Donuts
  • Incredible Edibles Catering
  • Little Village Food Truck
  • Orbit Food Truck
  • S’wich Food Truck.

The Food Bank will also be on site collecting donations.

 

Friday, August 28 from 5 – 9 pm at the St Albert Grain Elevator Park

Close out your summer as the food trucks return to the St Albert Grain Elevator Park for a second event. Join us for great food, beer gardens, and tours of the historic grain elevators.


Historic Walking Tours

Join us for a Historic Walking Tour of St Albert’s past and discover what makes our city unique! Walking tours of St Albert’s riverside and historic downtown run throughout the summer. All tours will meet at the Little White School (2 Madonna Drive) at 6:30 pm. The Downtown Tour is approximately 1 – 1.5 hours, while the Riverside Tour is about 1.5 – 2 hours.

Suggested donation $3.

  • June 25: Downtown
  • July 9: Riverside
  • July 23: Downtown
  • August 13: Riverside
  • August 27: Downtown
  • September 10: Riverside
  • September 12: Family ‘backpack’ Walking Tour from 2 – 4 pm

Canada Day

Wednesday, July 1 from 11 am – 4 pm

Join us for Canada Day at the St Albert Grain Elevator Park, Little White School, and Father Lacombe Chapel


Family Drop-in Summer programs

Visit the Museum and Heritage Sites for family drop-in programs. Suggested donation $2-3.

Homemade Mondays

Mondays: July 13 – August 24, from 1 – 4 pm
Drop by Father Lacombe Chapel on Mondays from 1 – 4 pm and create something uniquely homemade.

Tuesdays Together

Tuesdays: July 14 – August 25, programs at 10 am and 1 pm
Visit the Musée Héritage Museum on Tuesdays for an hour long guided program.

Craft Thursdays

Thursdays: July 16 – August 27, from 10 am – 4 pm
Drop by the Grain Elevator Park for crafts, traditional games, and lemonade.


A Taste of the Past

Sunday, July 19 from 12 – 4 pm

Step back in time and discover history at Father Lacombe Chapel by tasting it! Sample different historic foods, or take a walk with one of our interpreters to discover more about St Albert’s history.


Mission Hill Day

Sunday, August 16 from 12 – 4 pm

Visit Father Lacombe Chapel and enjoy the historic photo display, historic demonstrations, and a tall glass of lemondade!


Harvest Festival

Sunday, September 13 from 12 – 4 pm

Join us at the St Albert Grain Elevator Park for old fashioned fun for the whole family, including live music, games, and children’s activities!


Information on upcoming programs for Children & Families at the Museum and St Albert Heritage Sites

Information about past events at the Museum and St Albert Heritage Sites


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