Daytime Galt Workshops
This hands-on history program provides activities for adults and seniors, including those requiring accessibility. Please note that this program does not run during the summer months.
Wednesdays from 10:30–noon | registration not required | museum admission applies | free to annual pass holders
Decorate a tote bag you'll love to take shopping and find out about the history of Eaton’s department store.
Make a project using recycled materials and find out more about the Archives' exhibit Recycled Lethbridge.
Let our special exhibit, Worlds Imagined: The Maps of Imaginary Places, inspire you to create a fantastic art project.
Find out about rationing during the Second World War and use a wartime recipe to make a tasty treat you can take home to bake.
Understand the challenges of the Great Depression and create a collage with archival photos and other supplies.
Create a unique piece of art and learn about Blackfoot history from Blackfoot Interpreter Blanche Bruised Head.
Discover the history of the alphabet, stories of the letter G and make a decorative letter of your choice.
Explore the development of our community and get creative with some old maps of Lethbridge.