Seniors 60+: $5
Youth 7–17 and Post Secondary: $3
Children and infants to 6: FREE
Family 2 adults and children (same household, aged 0-17): $15
Group 10+ per person: $5
10–5 pm Mon–Sat
10–9 pm Thursdays
1–5 pm Sundays & Holidays
closed Christmas & Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Sunday
Administration & Research Hours
Open Mon–Fri 8–4 pm
Closed weekends & statutory holidays
Collections research by appointment
What’s going on
Host Chris Roedler will bring out some obscure, and sometimes whacky, trivia about famous songs while he performs some of them. Come prepared to learn and to participate in this off-the-wall presentation.
Take a look at Lethbridge from a new perspective. Compare various aerial photos of Lethbridge over the years to see how our city has changed.
Find out about traditional Blackfoot diet from Kainai Interpreter Blanche Bruised Head then use craft supplies to make a parfleche bag.
Association with your neighbours can be a powerful thing, but what does this look like and how or where does this happen? One way this could happen is through neighbourhood associations and other similar community organizations. This said, how could neighbourhood associations reflect the neighbourhood they represent? Come find out more in this presentation by Jerry Firth.
Did you know our Archives has thousands of photographs? Choose from some amazing photos and create a photo holder you can use to display them.
Join historian Dr. Stéphane Guevremont for the second 75th anniversary lecture. He will present a new and fascinating interpretation of the 1944 fighting in France focusing on the Canadian involvement, including little-known air and sea aspects of this famous battle beyond D-Day. View a display of some of his own battlefield photographs, plus rare wartime audio and video footage, including a short book review.
Discover the stories behind Lethbridge neighbourhoods and make a collage.
No. 6 will take centre stage as Belinda Crowson of the Lethbridge Historical Society shares stories from the miners, residents and business owners who called Hardieville home.
Examine how archival photographs can be used as unique, decorative art work at home or in a business. Attendees have a chance to win a 16" x 22" archival print of the winner’s choosing.