The world is facing an issue of enormous scale and uncertainty with COVID-19. It has never been more important for us to ensure the safety and support of our visitors, staff and communities. Most of what we do is not an essential service and those things will be shut down. The art gallery, store and museum will be temporarily closed. We will not be open to foot traffic upstairs in the Main Building. We will likely have layoffs so please bear with us while we work through things, we will get back to you as soon as possible. If you have pre purchased classes, courses or tickets for anything please contact the front desk for inquiries about refunds at info@multicentre.org or 780-686-2203.

We are following AHS guidelines that can change day-today. The Red Brick Eatery will be open but please visit their facebook page for updates and more information.

The health and wellness of our staff and community is paramount. We’re doing everything we can to keep people healthy across our facilities. Our staff are staying home if they are sick.  Our facilities are always clean, but we have even turned it up a notch with increased cleaning and sanitization – especially in high traffic areas.

 

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Hours Of Operation – temporarily closed to the public in response to public health crisis: Covid-19

Red Brick Schoolhouse (Art Gallery, Museum, Gift Shop)

Tuesday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Oppertshauser House Museum

Open upon request – Tuesday – Saturday 10a.m. – 4 p.m.

Programs may operate outside of public hours, see Programs for more information

Much of our grounds are accessible by those using wheelchairs or other mobility supports. The Main Floor of the Oppertshauser House has ramp access as well as the lower level of the Multicultural Heritage Centre. If you have any questions about accessing the spaces at the Centre, please call 780-963-2777. 


The Multicultural Heritage Centre has been preserving and promoting the history and culture of Stony Plain and surrounding area for over 40 years. The Centre boasts a living museum which reflects local the agricultural history of Stony Plain, Western Canadian pioneer life and a public art gallery promoting local artists as well as artists from all over Alberta and Canada.

Alongside the 1925 Brick School House stands the Oppertshauser House, built in 1910. Tour the home to witness the lifestyle of the early residents of Stony Plain.

The Centre offers many programs, services, and events throughout the year. If you would like to find out more or be kept informed follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Like us on Facebook or sign up for our email newsletter below.

We seek to engage local residents, businesses, governments, community organizations and visitors as we record, promote and celebrate local culture.

 

 

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