Experiential, curriculum based and focused on our Remarkable Red Deer history exhibit.
Contact Lynn LeCorre, [email protected], or by phone at 587.797.4035 to book an in-person or virtual school program.
Our programs include a power point presentation with artifacts to study, an interactive museum activity and a hands-on art activity for students to take home.
$150 / 2 hour program
up to 25 students
+ $6 / each additional student
parent helpers and teaching staff are free
book 2 weeks in advance
GUIDED TOUR OF EXHIBIT ONLY: (Remarkable Red Deer history exhibit or temporary exhibit)
Cost: $50.00/ tour guide for 1 hour tour for up to 20 participants.
*Larger groups need to be divided into 2 groups and two tour guides are needed.
$50.00/ tour guide for 1 hour
up to 20 participants
larger groups need to be divided into 2 groups / 2 tour guides
Experience life in the past with the strict rules of a one-room school house. Learn who the teachers and leaders were, who helped Red Deer’s education system progress from
chalkboards to smartboards.
Circle Patchwork Designs
Offered in September, May and June
Not able to do a field trip? We can bring the program to you!
Have one of our qualified programmers deliver the history and art program for your classroom.
Offered within Red Deer only.
$60-$90* per program / 1-2 hours
$60 program includes a history PowerPoint and artifacts
$90 program includes a history PowerPoint, artifacts, and art lesson
We are now doing live ‘virtual school programs’ as zoom webinars.
Our programmers present the history with a power point and show artifacts. We do interactive virtual games or a mini tour of the museum. Students can work along with the artist as they demonstrate the art activity. We provide the art lesson and supply list in advance, as well as any other relevant handouts.
$100 / 1.5 hour program
multiple classes can sign onto webinar
Who are the Inuit? Learn about their nomadic lifestyle and the ingenious tools that they invented for survival in the north. Learn the history of Inuit art – soapstone carving and printmaking processes – while getting a sneak peak at our Inuit art collection.
students will create an Inukshuk watercolour painting to take home