Programming & Events

Upcoming Events & Programs

October 25-26: Fright at the Museum

Summer/Fall Exhibits


Thank you for supporting our Fall 2019 escape room experience! Our last remaining days of the program have been sold out. We are expecting to re-launch Escape Dr. McGavin’s Office in April 2020.


On October 25th and 26th (6:30-9:30pm), navigate your way through folklore and oral history as you meet bone-chilling Grimm’s Fairy Tale characters in our newest interactive Halloween event at the Museum! Complete Rumpelstiltskin’s Riddles and return the fairy tales back to their stories, or enjoy multiple family-friendly activities throughout the evening! (Some content may be spooky for young audiences, though every effort is given to make sure children are not scared by costumed volunteers). Admission at the door, or skip the line and purchase your tickets online!

  • Ages 0-4 = FREE
  • Ages 5-12 = $5.00
  • Ages 13+ = $8.00
  • Family (2 adults, 2 children aged 5-12) = $20.00

Questions? Please check out: Fright at the Museum – Frequently Asked Questions


Witchcraft Explored

May 12 – November 15, 2019

The idea of “witchcraft” as we know it today, was largely understood to be practiced in North America during Colonization. This pop-up exhibition navigates the definition of witchcraft and its history in the Americas during the 18th century in Canada and beyond. Some material might be sensitive to younger audiences. The exhibition is housed upstairs in the Barn.

La sorcellerie telle que nous la connaissons aujourd’hui était largement comprise comme pratiquée en Amérique du Nord pendant la colonisation. Cette exposition éphémère navigue dans la définition de la sorcellerie et de son histoire dans les Amériques au XVIIIe siècle.

Keepsakes of Conflict: Trench Art and Other Canadian War-Related Craft

September 15 – November 15 2019

Trench art is defined as any item made by soldiers, prisoners of war and civilians, war material, as long as it and they are associated with armed conflict or its consequences. This exhibition interprets the human aspect of war, and how conflict affect us mentally, emotionally, and physically. The exhibition is loaned from the Moosejaw Museum and Art Gallery in Saskatchewan.

L'art des tranchées est défini comme tout objet fabriqué par des soldats, des prisonniers de guerre et des civils, du matériel de guerre, pourvu qu'il soit associé au conflit armé ou à ses conséquences. Cette exposition interprète l’aspect humain de la guerre et explique comment les conflits nous affectent mentalement, émotionnellement et physiquement. L'exposition est prêtée par le Moosejaw Museum and Art Gallery en Saskatchewan.