WELCOME TO THE DIDSBURY MUSEUM
The Didsbury Museum, situated in the Town of Didsbury, Alberta, has been established to tell the story of the founding, settlement and development of the community in and surrounding the Town of Didsbury from the late 1800’s to the present.
Painting by Elsie Archer
The Museum is open Tuesday - Friday from 9 am - 4:30 pm and Saturday from 1 pm - 4 pm.
Closed Sunday and Monday and all statutory holidays
2018 - 2019 membership are dues . The year runs from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019. There has been a raise in the dues this year. An individual membership is $20.00 and a family is now $30.00. Payment is available through PayPal, cheque or cash. Thank you for being a member.
The Didsbury and District Historical Society was honored to be saluted in the Elks Parade on Saturday August 18th
Grasse Lumber created a replica of the museum for their float. Thanks Lowell, Heidi and staff!
There are raffle tickets available for the mini - museum. The cost is $5. each or 5/$20. They are available at Grasse Lumber, Mountain View Market, Christmas Bazaars, Board members and of course at the Museum. Draw will be made on April 14 at the Didsbury Art & Trade Show. Good Luck! and thank you for your support.
The Didsbury Museum is proud to support local artists and their works. We have Elsie Archer's prints and paintings on display. We just received copies of Elsie's book that she wrote and illustrated "Behind the Moon",.
The museum sold tickets for a chance to win 1 round trip for 2 anywhere WestJet flies! The tickets went on sale Saturday April 7 a the Didsbury Art, Travel & Trade Show. The draw was on September 22 at the museum during the 40th anniversary celebration and the luck winner was Trista Hunter!
There were 2 door prizes for the children in the area. The winner of the WestJet "pilot" was Meagan and the play airport was Ellie. Congratulations girls!
Thanks for supporting the museum!
The 40th Anniversary was a great success. There was a magic show for the children in the morning, which by the sounds of the cheering and the laughter was enjoyed. RC Tracks 2U set up and everyone had a try with Michel's remote cars. There were railways set up and tours of the museum. Mother Nature did not co-operate with us so the outside activities were cancelled but the day was enjoyed by all that attended. There was an evening program that many people attended. Doreen McEwen treated the guests to a medley of music and Ian and Arleen Douglas, Dave Smith Sr, Bruce Simpson and Willard Stuaffer spoke on the creating the the first Didsbury & District Historical Society. There were congratulatory messages from Didsbury Mayor Rhonda Hunter and MLA Nathan Cooper. Guests received a thank you gift of coffee from Mountain View Raosterie. A big thanks to Theresa McNeil for organizing the snacks for the evening and a big shout out to all of the volunteers to put in hours to make the day the great great success that it was!
DIDSBURY AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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