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 statuary holidays
The Museum is pleased to be raffling a beautiful queen size quilt. Draw will be made December 20, 2017. Tickets are $5.00 each and are available through any Board Member or at the Museum. The quilt is on display at the museum
The Didsbury and District Historical Society (Didsbury Museum) is actively seeking a high school student for 10 weeks, start date June 20, 2017.
Position: Canada 150 Special Events Coordinator
Date: Anticipated Start date June 20, 2017 for 10 weeks @ 31 hours per week.
Duties: Plan, promote and implement events that celebrate our heritage and Canada’s 150 Anniversary with but not limited to history of NHL hockey, Town Parade, rodeo, bench fair, annual art festival. Working with the Museum assistant with data input, hosting and guiding tours and creating displays.
Supervisors: Would be working under the supervision of either the Museum Manager, Museum Archivist, or Past Board president.
This position is available pursuant to the Museum’s receiving the Canada Summer Grant.
The Didsbury and District Historical Society (Didsbury Museum) is actively seeking a secondary student for 10 weeks, start date April 4, 2017.
Position: Museum Assistant
Date: Anticipated start date April 4, 2017 for 10 weeks @ 31 hours per week
Duties: Data input, programming with youth, adults and seniors, hosting and guiding tours of the community, researching and creating displays that educate the public
Supervisors: Would be working under the supervision of either the Museum Manager, Museum Archivist, or Host Volunteer.
DIDSBURY AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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