“Information is ours collectively to share”

The archivists at the Musée Héritage Museum had the pleasure of attending the Association of Canadian Archivists (ACA) national conference held in Edmonton from June 7 – 9, 2018. This year’s theme was “Truths, Trust, and Technology”. Technology is being used to advance all facets of life, and the archives is no different. This conference […]

Statue makeovers at the St. Albert Grotto

The grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes in St. Albert is a replica of the popular pilgrimage site in Lourdes, France. Originally it was built in 1920 by some young Oblate Brothers, who were studying at the local seminary, with river stones brought up from farms and the Sturgeon River. The parents of the Brothers […]

Take Your Best Shot exhibition opening – June 16, 2018

The 8th annual youth digital photo exhibition, Take Your Best Shot, is now officially open at the Musée Héritage Museum. This year’s theme is “My St. Albert”. Students from different grades made submissions, with winners from different categories receiving gift certificates from McBain Camera. The official opening took place on June 16, 2018. We were […]

Autism and Arts Integration Workshop 

A couple weeks ago two of our education programmers, Brett and Roy, attended a sensory inclusion workshop by Kevin Spencer facilitated by the International Children’s Festival of the Arts.  Kevin is a world travelling magician who uses his love of magic to help others around the world. Kevin taught the group a handful of magic […]

Meet Alexandrine, Caroline and Vitaline

Every Saturday and Sunday the St. Albert bells call out to all of St. Albert to invite you onto the hill to stop for a moment and listen to them.  The bells in St. Albert are most often heard ringing to call parishioners to mass or announce a wedding or funeral.   Did you know […]