International Childen’s Festival: Stories Alive!

The International Children’s Festival is happening now through Sunday June 3 in St. Albert! This year the Musée Héritage Museum is providing children with an interactive exhibit experience by combining a beautiful display of Métis beading by Lisa Shepherd and Kristie Bridgemen entitled Forget- Me-Not, Métis Rose, with a moving introduction to the Witness Blanket — a large-scale art installation symbolizing […]

Building relationships in our community

One of the most important parts of programming at the Museum is building relationships, this act of friendship creates opportunities that might not always be available to people in their usual work roles but it is a really important part of what we do. Sturgeon School Division is one of those relationships that has grown […]

New Musée display at Servus Place!

Just in time for the summer season, the Musée Héritage Museum changed out its sports display at Servus Place to include items from St. Albert’s baseball, softball, and tennis history. Please check out the display when you’re on the second floor of Servus Place. If you are interested in more exhibitions, artifacts, or archival materials […]

St. Albert Heritage Sites interpreters ready to welcome visitors to the historic sites!

In preparation for the summer season our interpreters took tours of the Father Lacombe Chapel Provincial Historic site and St. Albert Grain Elevator Park in early May. This year our interpreters also had the opportunity to visit Elk Island Park and participate in a training exercise with other Northern Alberta Provincial Heritage Site Summer Interpreters. […]

From the Archives: Rainmaker Rodeo

With the annual Rainmaker Rodeo fast approaching, the Musée Héritage Museum Archives is excited to highlight some photographs and documents that we have about the history of the Rodeo. In 1965, the Kinsmen Club of St. Albert planned to sponsor St. Albert’s first Rodeo in celebration of St. Albert’s 104th anniversary. Rodeo 104, as it […]