The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918

I See You: Sawubona

SUNSHINE TROLLEY 2020

Come Together… Carefully

Theresa Eisenbarth: Walking the Flats

Mireille Perron: Anatomy of a Glass Menagerie: Alta-Glass

Come Together Virtually

A Brewing Question

February 15, 2020

Snapshot

December 21, 2019

Archives Reference Services

Performances

Brian Keating

October 5, 2020

RESCHEDULED FOR OCT 5 | 2020 A spirit-lifting journey into some of the planet’s best wilderness locations.  Read More

Relive The Music

April 20, 2021

“Rock Opera Musical Concert with a Broadway feel with Live Band, Singers, Dancers, Tributes, Video and Trivia”  A one of a kind show that takes the audience through Music History, Trivia & Memories of the 50’s & 60’s. Read More

BeeGees Gold The Tribute

May 14, 2021

RESCHEDULED FOR MAY 14, 2021 BeeGees Gold The Tribute is the ultimate salute, and experience of seeing the BeeGees in their prime, LIVE ONCE AGAIN! Read More

Queen: It’s a Kinda Magic

May 20, 2021

Direct from Australia, Queen: It’s a Kinda Magic is back by popular demand this Summer for their first Canadian national tour in two years! Read More

A Bellydance Odyssey

May 22, 2021

A Bellydance Odyssey is a whole new experience of adventure, strength, intensity, and power. You may have seen the Tone Bellydancers before, but not like this. Read More

Menopause The Musical

September 25, 2021

The Smash Hit Returns - Menopause The Musical! Read More

Exhibitions

Theresa Eisenbarth: Walking the Flats

June 15, 2020-August 14, 2020

A sentimental journey, expertly expressed through soft brush strokes of vibrant colours creates a new body of work by local artist Read More

Mireille Perron: Anatomy of a Glass Menagerie: Alta-Glass

June 15, 2020-August 14, 2020

The Anatomy of a Glass Menagerie: Altaglass is a solo exhibition of works by Calgary based artist Mireille Perron. Read More

School Art 2020 Virtual Exhibition

Full of colour, energy and talent, the virtual exhibition will lift your spirits and keep you enthralled for hours. Read More

Snapshot

December 21, 2019-September 5, 2020

The first commercial cameras came on the market in the 1880s, about the same time that the first train crossed the South Saskatchewan River into a town of tents, Medicine Hat. Read More

A Brewing Question

February 15, 2020-September 4, 2020

Western Canada has pondered the question of what we drink, how much and where, since the creation of the North West Mounted Police in 1873. Read More

The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918

The influenza or Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 was one of the deadliest in history infecting up to 500 million people worldwide and killing an estimated 20 million to 50 million people including 50,000 Canadians. The first instance of Spanish flu in Medicine Read More

I See You: Sawubona

The I See You: Sawubona project gives us an opportunity to reflect on how we see each other. It invites us to ask ourselves if we are really recognizing our own humanity in others or if we are allowing our own fears, biases, Read More

Events & Programs

Archives Reference Services

Access the records and photos of many early industries, organizations, families and more from our area. Read More

EDUCATION BOOKINGS

TEACHERS! The 2019/2020 Education Guide is in! Have a look and book your program... Read More

The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918

The influenza or Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 was one of the deadliest in history infecting up to 500 million people worldwide and killing an estimated 20 million to 50 million people including 50,000 Canadians. The first instance of Spanish flu in Medicine Read More

I See You: Sawubona

The I See You: Sawubona project gives us an opportunity to reflect on how we see each other. It invites us to ask ourselves if we are really recognizing our own humanity in others or if we are allowing our own fears, biases, Read More