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NOTICES

THE MUSEUM HAS MOVED TO WINTER OPENING HOURS. WE ARE OPEN FROM 10AM TO 4PM, MONDAY TO FRIDAY.

THE MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM LECTURE SERIES IS RUNNING EVERY MONDAY NIGHT AT 7PM FROM FEBRUARY 21 TO MARCH 14. LOCATION IS IN THE FOUNDERS' BUILDING AT THE MUSEUM TO ALLOW FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING. VACCINE PASSPORTS WILL BE CHECKED AT THE DOOR. CHECK THE POSTER FOR DETAILS.

THE MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBIT COMMITTEE ARE LOOKING FOR NEW VOLUNTEERS, PREFERABLY WITH SOME KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY. CONTACT THE MUSEUM FOR MORE INFORMATION AT 780-963-1234 OR INFO@PIONEERMUSEUM.CA

Our Mission is to Collect, preserve and present our artifacts and stories for everyone.

The Pioneer Museum is preserving tens of thousands of objects for future generations and showing how rural life was for the people who built our communities. We keep alive our cultural heritage through demonstrations, field exhibits, displays, and hands on activities.

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OUR TEA HOUSE

The Tea House is closed for the rest of 2021. We hope to see you all again in the Spring of 2022.

Usually open on Fridays and Saturdays from May until the end of September, 11am to 3pm, for delicious soups, sandwiches and desserts, the Pioneer Museum Tea House is the Museum's pride and joy.

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EDUCATION PROGRAMS

The Museum offers field trips, primarily for Grade 5 on the Great Depression, and Grade 2 on Founding Cultures and Crawling Insects. We are also working on putting virtual field trips on Youtube for those schools that can't make it to Stony Plain for an in-person field trip.

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LECTURE SERIES

We usually offer lectures on the topics of local history and culture in February and March of every year. All lecture topics will be posted on the website, Facebook and in the local newspaper.

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