“Speaking the Inuit Way” & “The Ones We Met” Exhibit Opening Night Wine & Cheese

Flatiron Building Museum 5005 50 Ave, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Join us for two exhibit openings on October 5th from 6-8pm, where "Speaking the Inuit Way" and "The Ones We Met" will be showcased at the Flatiron Building Museum. "Speaking the Inuit Way" introduces viewers to the diversity of the Inuit language, highlighting Inuit writing systems, dialect differences, and modern revitalization efforts while illustrating how […]

Blacksmithing 101 Workshop – Fire Poker

Lacombe Blacksmith Shop Museum 5020 49 St, Lacombe, AB, Canada

Learn the basics of blacksmithing in our 1902 blacksmith shop! Students will make their own fire poker in our historic shop. This is a beginner class and no experience is necessary! Students must be 16 years of age or older. October 14 12-4:00 $150/student 10% off the registration fee for LDHS Members Register via [email protected] […]

PD Day Youth Craft – Soapstone Carvings

Lacombe Museum Street, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Dig deeper into our new exhibits this October PD day with an Inuit-themed craft day. Create your own soapstone carving of an arctic animal!

Beading Kit Tea Time

Lacombe Museum Street, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Working on one of the bead kits from our gift shop? Want to start your own orange shirt or poppy pin? Join us for bead kit tea time!

Event Series Community Events

Felt Poppy Pins

Flatiron Building Museum 5005 50 Ave, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Join the Lacombe Museum for another student PD day crafting time! On November 10th at the Flatiron Building Museum in downtown historic Lacombe you will be able to make your very own Felt Poppy Pins with the help of our dedicated volunteer team. Donations will be accepted and brought to the Royal Canadian Legion Lacombe […]

Fish Scale Ornament Tea Time

Lacombe Museum Street, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Join the Lacombe Museum for another crafting tea time! We will be working together on Fish Scale Ornament kits from Moonstone Creation. Fish Scale art is a unique art form developed and practised by Métis and Cree people living in Northern Alberta. In this introductory workshop, we will explore the basics of the art style […]

Indigenous Winter Solstice Storytime 2023

Lacombe Museum Street, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Back for a second year is our Indigenous Winter Solstice Storytime! Join us for hot chocolate, tire d'érable, and Indigenous programming!

Heritage Wagon Rides

Lacombe Memorial Centre 5214 50 Ave, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Experience our enchanting historic downtown during Light Up the Night!

Heritage Neighbourhood Wagon Rides - Join us for a guided tour in the heart of Lacombe's history, all while enjoying the comfort of our horse-drawn wagon rides.

November Night at the Museum

Lacombe Museum Street, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Join us for our November Night at the Museum! Experience the creaking ships at sea and northern lights above while discovering the lost Franklin Expedition

Nighttime Photography with Team Tanner

Lacombe Museum Street, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

Excited about the buzz surrounding solar flares? Eager to up your Aurora photography game? Join us on December 9th for an exclusive Nighttime Photography with Team Tanner workshop!

Heritage Workshop | Caring for your Personal Collections

Flatiron Building Museum 5005 50 Ave, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

What treasures do you have in your personal collections? Are they being cared for in a way that improves their longevity? Did you know that VHS tape degrades up to 20% every 10-25 years? Or that the chemicals in most cardboard or plastic boxes can contribute to the deterioration of your photographs or documents? That […]

Heritage Workshop | Heritage and Rural Properties

Flatiron Building Museum 5005 50 Ave, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada

After the excitement of the Stones and Bones event we hosted in 2023 we realized that the rural part of our community is looking for resources to help them understand the heritage features found on their land! Our heritage is not confined to urban hubs and rural properties can be important cultural landscapes full of […]