We are excited to announce the expansion of our facility, which will be completed in 2023.
Admission is FREE to the museum grounds. Enjoy tea and bannock, live music, bake sale, and prize raffles.
July 16th 2023 12pm-3pm
Must register in advance
Children are given a rock to transform into their pet with paint! A smock or old shirt is suggested to prevent good clothes from getting damaged. Free, no age limit, subject to weather.
Get Your Rocks Off
All Summer - drop in
Our rock painting station will be available all summer (weather permitting).For 5$ donation per rock we will provide the rock as well as the paint.
Paint your happiness rock with your own inspirational message, glaze it with an outdoor glaze and place in our rock garden where it will spread happiness for many years to come for anyone that needs it.
You can also paint your home town on rock and it become a permanent fixture in our Hometown Rock Garden for all visitors to admire for years to come.
You can drop by the museum or paint it at home and drop it off (please use a waterproof paint).
Family friendly even held outside, whichever dog pulls the most dog food by sleigh wins. 4 different weight categories.
Canada Day Parade
July 1st, 2023
The museum contributes antique and heritage vehicles to the parade event along 50th Avenue North - the North frontage road paralleling the Alaska Hwy
Show and Shine
September 9th 2023
There will be food, drinks and door prizes. Contact the museum for more information.
Sidewalk Chalk Extravaganza
August 13th 2023 10am - 5pm
Children decorate the pathway in front of the museum in a design of their choice. Free, no age limit, subject to weather.
Northern Rockies Arts Council
September 8th & 9th 2023
Join us on the museum grounds to celebrate this years theme of "Local Arts & Local Heritage". Enjoy live music and shop at local artisan booths. More information coming soon!
Our Climate Quest
by Science North June 25th - July 2 2023
Our Living Languages - First Peoples’ Voices in British Columbia
by Royal BC Museum
July 6th - October 6th 2023
Our Living Languages provides visitors with the opportunity to learn more about the history of disrupted languages in BC, the complexity of these languages, and the people—and entire communities—that are working tirelessly to document and revitalize them.