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#47 June 2017 – Alberta Provincial Police

#46 March 2017 – Joe Little

#45 December 2016 – Marina Lynch-Staunton, Maycroft Ski Club

#44 September 2016 – Pub Culture

#43 June 2016 – Prohibition

#42 March 2016 – Downhill Skiing

#41 December 2015 – Curling and Hockey

#40 September 2015 – Matheson brothers

#39 June 2015 – Black Beauty – Dancehall archaeology – Hill 60

#38 March 2015 – Gushul Studio

#37 December 2014 – Mantrip Project

#36 September 2014 – Erik Hagglund

#35 June 2014 – Coleman vs Blairmore

#34 January 2014 – John C Clark

#33 November 2013 – Swedes in the Pass

#32 September 2013 – Frank’s old Douglas Fir

#31 July 2013 – Pass Floods

#30 May 2013 – Mike Rosse

#29 February 2013 – Blairmore’s Black history

#28 December 2012 – Blairmore Bandstand

#27 October 2012 – Gebo/Gibeau continued

#26 July 2012 – Coleman’s Little Yellow Engine

#25 May 2012 – Julia’s Story (Hillcrest Mine Disaster)

#24 April 2012 – Frank Slide survivor stories

#23 March 2012 – Frank moves

#22 February 2012 – Dinosaur tracks

#21 January 2012 – Louis Dutil

#20 December 2011 – Winter Memories

#19 November 2011 – Crowsnest Museum

#18 October 2011 – 1909 Revivalist Movement

#17 September 2011 – ‘Red’ Blairmore

#16 August 2011 – The Wind, She Blew Some

#15 July 2011 – Crowsnest’s Old Dog

#14 June 2011 – Pictographs

#13 May 2011 – Raoul Green

#12 April 2011 – Historic Title Searches

#11 March 2011 - Cst. George Willmott

#10 February 2011 – Marion Leitch

#9 January 2011 – William Pearce

#8 December 2010 – Dr. Malcolmson

#7 November 2010 – Coleman Coke Ovens

#6 October 2010 – Mark Drumm

#5 September 2010 – Gebo/Gibeau

#4 August 2010 – Law and Order

#3 July 2010 – KKK in the Pass

#2 June 2010 - Nez Perce Creek

#1 May 2010 - Fire in Frank

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Bellecrest Days is now on!  Check their flyer and posters around town for events.

Don’t miss the grand opening of the Alberta Provincial Police Barracks in Coleman, June 29 2pm as part of the Canada Day weekend celebrations.  Other Canada 150 events run all weekend.

 

 

 

For further information on all events, contact the Crowsnest Museum at 403 563 5434.

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