Stavely & District Museum
We are located on the corner of 49th Ave and 52nd St. Our doors officially opened in 1989 after two years of collecting, organizing and accessioning. We could never have accomplished such a task had it not be a Community effort.
In 2015 the doors closed once again for two years, while the Museum was being renovated. Once again, through the help of the citizens of Stavely, the Grand Re-opening was held in 2017.
The museum holds many treasures, new and old displays, new and old sections. The Stavely & District Museum Society works hard to keep the Museum interesting by changing displays every year so that each year will continue to give the returning and new visitor something different to see. There is always something new going on, whether it be putting information on a computer system to renovating the thresher shed that holds our rare 1903 Altman Taylor Threshing Machine. There are displays on our WWI and WWII veterans, an old kitchen, store, an immensely fascinating rock display and so on. The museum is a hands on experience with many antiques that can be touched and tried.
The Museum would not have been able to complete the many renovations and updates, without the help of the local service groups, grants and donations that the Museum has received. Since the Stavely & District Museum is a non-profit organization it is operated on donations, and every single donation has been a great help and will continue to contribute to new and on-going projects.
In the year of 2017, the Stavely & District Museum took over the former United Church (dating back to 1909). The Corner Wedding Chapel will be available for small (75-80 people) weddings. We can provide contacts for an officiant, caterer and venues for receptions if required. For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours: June 1st to August 31st
Thursday - Monday
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., closed 12:00 - 1:00 for lunch
Tours are available.
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