Roland Michener Rooted in West

From his early life out West, born inside the Michener House Museum, learn how Roland became the most populist Governor General of Canada!

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Through the Years The Michener House

From its humble beginnings in 1894 as the Grace Methodist Church Manse, to becoming both a Provincially Designated Historic Site and Municipal Heritage Resource, rediscover the story of Lacombe’s oldest building.

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At Home & Abroad Stories from Lacombe and the Second World War

Join us as we commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War by sharing stories of local veterans from the Lacombe region including Alix, Blackfalds, Bentley, & Clive.

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Through the Years The Kanngiesser Building

Ever wondered how the businesses of downtown Lacombe have evolved over the years? Explore the Kanngieser Building with us from the first business in 1907 up to 2020.

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National Context, Local Needs The Lacombe Experimental Station

Tracing over 100 years of history of a vital aspect of the local economic, agricultural & social community of the area, join us at the Lacombe Experimental Station.

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Remembering Holland Stories from Lacombe & the Second World War

May 5 2020 marked the 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Holland. In our ongoing tribute to honour Canadian war efforts, we share their incredible stories.

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Lest we Forget Our Brave Hearts

Lest We Forget shares the stories of our brave hearts from the Lacombe Region who contributed to the Great War effort between 1914-1919.

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Reflections on Vimy

With panoramic images, virtual tours & video Reflections on Vimy explores what the Battle of Vimy Ridge, and what it means to the residents of Lacombe.

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Coming Soon The Life of Father Albert Lacombe

For over 50 years, Father Lacombe worked as a missionary in Alberta, mediating between the Indigenous Peoples, the Canadian Government, and Christianity. This exhibit showcases one interpretation of his life.

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