Join us on May 17th as we celebrate 50 years of the Claresholm & District Museum!
Inviting and honoring all volunteers who have contributed to the success of the museum over the years. Please join us from 12pm-2pm for the ribbon cutting ceremony, birthday cake, refreshments and to share in the celebration. Entertainment to follow.
To book a tour please fill out our Program Request Form and email it to email@example.com
Curriculum-Based School Programs
The Claresholm & District Museum is happy to develop customized, curriculum-based guided tours and activities at the Museum for school groups of any grade and subject matter. The tours are free of charge.
Your grade – your topic:
Gr. 2 Social Studies – Claresholm and the Past
Gr. 4 Social Studies – My Community
Gr. 5 Social Studies – Louise McKinney and the Famous Five
Gr. 7 Social Studies – Claresholm & Canadian Confederation
Gr. 8 Science – Mechanical Systems
First Nations, Explorers, and the Fur Trade
An Historical Armchair Tour of Claresholm
September 27th, 7 – 8pm
Tea on the Lawn
Join us for tea and treats on Saturday, August 12th at 2 pm in front of the museum station! Costumes are encouraged! For more information, please call 403-625-3131.
Claresholm Walking Tours
Please call 403-625-3131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for a FREE Claresholm Tour! Tours go for 45 minutes beginning at 10 am on July 22nd, July 27th, August 2nd, August 13th, and August 21st. Please dress for the weather as tours go rain or shine.
Join us for children’s activities, crafts and games every Friday afternoon through the summer!
FREE Historic Walking Tours of Claresholm
Tours go rain or shine (dress appropriately). Meet at the CPR Depot (5126 1st St. W). Tours are approximately 1 hour.
Pre-registration preferred but not necessary. Call 403-625-3131 or email email@example.com
Come see Claresholm as it once was.
Claresholm Fair Days: Parade & Tea on the LawnAugust 9, 2014
Alberta Quilt ProjectMay 27, 2014
Lucie Heins of the Royal Alberta Museum documenting quilts from the museum’s collection and the public.