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Onoway Museum

operated by
Onoway and District Historical Guild
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  The Onoway and District Historical Guild is a non-profit organization, founded in 2003, to develop a museum
that tells the story of the founding, settlement, and development of this area of north central Alberta.


Recognized Museum

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Location:
4708 Lac Ste Anne Trail North
Onoway, Alberta

We are located at the corner of 49th Street and Lac Ste Anne Trail North
 in Onoway, Alberta
Hours of Operation:

May to August
Tuesday through Saturday
10 am to 3 pm

or by appointment
call 780-967-5263 or 780-967-2338

Museum Office - 780-967-1015

Admission Free
Donations Appreciated

Rentals Available:
Alliance Activity Centre
Onoway Heritage Centre
Space available for rent
 on hourly

or longer term basis.

For information, contact:
Terry 780-967-5263 or
Hazel 780-967-2338
Mailing Address:
Onoway and District Historical Guild
Box 1368
Onoway, Alberta
T0E 1V0
For more information:
email: info3@onowaymuseum.ca
Other Links:

Funding Assistance received from:
  • Individuals
  • Businesses
    • Alliance Pipeline
    • Bedrock Environmental
    • Hillside Greenhouse
We thank you for your help so that we may continue to develop and expand the museum collection and displays.

To make a donation, contact the Onoway Museum office or make a donation by clicking the button below:

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 Upcoming Events & Meetings:
2014 Event Dates
General Meetings
Museum Closes for the Season - August 30
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Threshing Bee - September 20
Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Wednesday, November 10, 2014

Wednesday, December 8, 2014


Threshing Bee - September 20, 2014

Threshing
                                  Bee

Looking Back: featuring interesting articles and photographs about Onoway.
  • Click here to see different topics.
Rentals Available - Alliance Activity Centre and Onoway Heritage Centre
  • for information contact Terry 780-967-5263 or Hazel 780-967-2338
Items for Sale:

The Pathfinders 2010Book Poster - A Community History of Onoway and Rich Valley Districts

This book is available at:
  • Onoway Museum
  • Onoway Public Library
  • Town of Onoway office
  • Rich Valley Public Library, or
  • Contact info3@onowaymuseum.ca, or
  • Phone Onoway Museum at 780-967-1015
Poster DVDsKeeping Our History Alive - DVDs

A series of interviews on DVD
with residents of Onoway and area

Group interviews - 4
Individual interviews - 32

Click here to see full poster

Available for purchase at
Onoway Museum
Contact info3@onowaymuseum.ca, or phone 780-967-1015
DVDs also available to borrow at Onoway Public Library

Thank you to FCSS for its support of this project!

Displays and Information:

Onoway Museum, Onoway Heritage Centre, and Alliance Activity Centre

The Onoway Museum is located in the town of Onoway, Alberta in an historic brick school building at the corner of 49th Street and Lac Ste. Anne Trail North. The front two rooms of the school were constructed in 1921 and two additional rooms were added in 1946.

The museum collects, preserves, researches, exhibits, interprets and restores historical artifacts and antiquities. In addition to displaying artifacts, the Museum conducts programs for local schools.

The gymnasium (now called Alliance Activity Centre) was added in 1954. Additional rooms added in 1972 (now known as the Onoway Heritage Centre) house the Onoway Public Library and various community groups.

There is space available for rent on an hourly or longer term basis
in the Alliance Activity Centre or the Onoway Heritage Centre. For information, contact Terry at 780-967-5263 or Hazel at 780-967-2338.

Four display rooms are arranged in the Museum: Community, Home, Main Street, and School.




Onoway Museum
school
museum
1922
2007

The Onoway Museum is operated by the Onoway and District Historical Guild.

Cash Donations appreciated. As a non-profit registered Society, we can issue tax receipts for donations.

If you have artifacts that you think the museum would like, please contact us.

For further information about the Museum and the Guild, please contact:
  • Museum Office at 780-967-1015, or
  • Terry at 780-967-5263, or
  • Hazel at 780-967-2338

Last Update: August 29, 2014
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