1867 – Rebellion and Confederation

Flatiron Building Museum 5005 50 Ave, Lacombe, Alberta

On July 1, 1867, Confederation was proclaimed. It marked the birth of today’s Canada and the culmination of a process that took nearly thirty years. This exhibition invites visitors to explore the journey of a society in transition and of people who fought, negotiated, and made compromises to better coexist. By presenting the pivotal moments […]

Virtual Speaker Series: The Women of the Buffalo Lake Overwintering Community

Zoom Street, Lacombe, Alberta

  Please register for this event via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpfu2vqTstGdwiVlfqd83RAuSL40jm0xNo Members of the Lacombe and District Historical Society will have the opportunity to access recordings from the speaker series. To learn more about membership please go to the "Join+Give" tab. Métis Hivernants: The Women of the Buffalo Lake Overwintering Community Abstract: The hivernants were groups of […]

Virtual Speaker Series: Red Flags on the Ice

Zoom Street, Lacombe, Alberta

    Please register for this event via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZModemoqz4pG9VzCdh3ATi1VyKQEnsb4Kzu Members of the Lacombe and District Historical Society will have the opportunity to access recordings from the speaker series. To learn more about membership please go to the “Join+Give” tab. Red Flags on the Ice: The 1837 Rebellion and Our American Neighbours  Description: State government […]

Legacy of Hope

Flatiron Building Museum 5005 50 Ave, Lacombe, Alberta

This dual exhibition will include two parts from the Legacy of Hope including: Youth on Reconciliation – Imagine A Canada Remembering, Honouring, and The Way Forward: 10 Years After the Indian Residential School Apology "Imagine a Canada" is an annual national art and essay competition sponsored by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation in […]