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Winter Holiday Workshop

Join us for an afternoon filled with winter-themed fun at the Little White School! Explore historic photos and objects from St. Albert’s snowy past, make a snowflake craft, and then head outside for some snow painting. Participants will also make and decorate their own sugar cookies!

Families can pre-register or drop-in the day of.

Dates: Wednesday, January 4

Thursday, January 5

Friday, January 6

Times: 2–4 pm

Location: Little White School, 2 Madonna Drive, St. Albert

Fee: Admission by donation (recommended donation of $5.00/child)

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Are you a daycare or a day home interested in this program? Contact hspublicprograms@artsandheritage.ca to inquire about morning program opportunities.


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Bead a Flower Pin

In this four hour class you will learn the basics of beading and bead your own flower pin. You will learn how to finish your piece to wear as a pin and will be provided with enough materials to complete your pin at home should you not finish.

No prior beading experience required. All materials will be provided.

Ages: 14+/Adults

Location: Musée Heritage Museum, 5 Saint Ann Street, St. Albert

Dates:

Saturday, January 28

Time: 1–5 pm

Fee: $40

Instructor: Maria Nelson

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Bead a Keychain

In this four hour class you will learn the basics of beading and bead your own keychain. You will learn how to finish your piece and will be provided with enough materials to complete your keychain at home should you not finish.

No prior beading experience required. All materials will be provided.

Ages: 14+/Adults

Location: Musée Heritage Museum, 5 Saint Ann Street, St. Albert

Dates:

Saturday, February 25

Time: 1–5 pm

Fee: $40

Instructor: Maria Nelson

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Spring Along the Sturgeon

oin us at the Little White School to celebrate spring and the changes that come with it! Explore historic photos and objects connected to the Sturgeon River, make a flower-themed craft and then search for signs of spring in an outdoor scavenger hunt. You will also make a tasty treat to take home!

Families can either pre-register for a 1 hour program, or drop-in the day of.

Dates:

Monday, March 27

Tuesday, March 28

Thursday, March 29

Friday, March 31

Time: 2–4 pm

Location: Little White School

Fee: Admission by donation (recommended donation of $5.00/child)

Register

Are you a daycare or a day home interested in this program? Contact hspublicprograms@artsandheritage.ca to inquire about morning program opportunities.


We Are All Treaty People: Stitch your own Treaty 6 Needlework Sampler

Over seven weeks, explore what Treaty means to you by engaging in intimate conversations, personal reflection, and creating a needlework sampler. Each week, a different aspect of Treaty 6 will be discussed, and you will use the suggested patterns as a jumping off point to stitch a design in response to the topic.

This course is suitable for beginners and no prior skill is needed. All materials will be provided.

Dates & Times:

Wednesdays, March 1–April 12

6–7:30 pm

(March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12)

Location: Musée Héritage Museum, and St. Albert Historic River Lots & Grain Elevators

Fee: $175 (7 classes)


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The Musée Héritage Museum offers specialized programs for Brownies, Girl Guides, Cubs and Scout groups which will complete badge requirements in a fun and uniqu
e setting!

Brownies: Aboriginal People in Canada or All about Canada
Girl Guides: Folklore or Provincial Heritage
Beavers: Crafts or Heritage Storytelling
Cubs: Canadian Heritage or Aboriginal Awareness
Scouts: Heritage Badge (Museum or Heritage Site location)

Please contact museum@artsandheritage.ca or 780-459-1528 for booking information and costs.


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Our Explorer Backpacks are a great way to get outdoors with the family! Walk along the Sturgeon River and use the tools and activities in the backpacks to discover and learn from nature.

To book a backpack please contact the museum by email or phone: 780-459-1528 or museum@artsandheritage.ca Backpack rentals are $5.00 for the day and can be picked up at the Musée Heritage Museum located in St. Albert Place at 5 St. Anne Street.


The Musée Héritage Museum offers public programs throughout the year for adults & youth. Including:

Looking for unique local tour opportunities for your group? The Musée Héritage Museum hosts Adult & Senior Group Tours year round. Tours include our feature exhibition and St. Albert History Gallery and tea and biscuits. Our programmer can answer any questions you may have, or better yet we would enjoy listening to memories and stories your group members might want to share. Programs can be designed to meet your group’s needs.

Travel to your facility or meeting place to offer these programs for your organization or club may be an option. Please contact museum@artsandheritage.ca or 780-459-1528 for additional information.

Please note we also have summer season, interpreter led tours, at the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park and the Founders’ Walk.

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