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PROGRAMS

SCHOOL PROGRAM

Our school program is curriculum based and approved by Parkland Public and Separate School Boards as well as Edmonton Public and Separate School Boards.

 

Grade 1: Self-guided tour "Living in the Past"

Grade 2: Founding Cultures and Crawling Insects (honey bees)

Grade 4: Alberta History

Grade 5: Depression Era "Making Do With What You Have" - French or English. Included is a workbook with a teachers' edition.

Grade 7: Canadian History

Multi Grade: Opportunities in Art - novice and advanced levels

 

We are very flexible and will modify as desired for time and content.

SENIORS' TOURS

We offer tours to groups of seniors in all seasons. We are wheelchair and walker friendly and can provide an interesting tour at any time of the year. The length of your tour and the topics and features can be tailored to suit your group. Bring your own lunch or we can cater a light lunch or snack for an extra fee. The tour is $5 per person.

Please note that we have a large open area with picnic tables which could be used for a "social distancing" type outing, where seniors can have a day out and eat a bagged lunch with minimal contact with people from outside their group. 

Please contact the Museum office at 780-963-1234 for more information or to book.

WHERE IS THE MUSEUM?

The Pioneer Museum is located behind Heritage Park in Stony Plain. Look for the Don Gray Barn once you enter Heritage Park. Take the access road at the west side of the parking lot.

ADDRESS

5120-41 Avenue

Stony Plain, Alberta

CANADA

T7Z 1L5

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