The Multicultural Heritage Centre is a living museum that reflects local history, Western Canadian pioneer life and much more! It is comprised of two historic buildings: the Old Brick School, built in 1925, and the Oppertshauser House, built in 1910. There is a lot to see around the Multicultural Heritage Centre Museum.
The Multicultural Heritage Centre’s archives, and Wild Rose Library, contain collections reflecting local history and Western Canadian pioneer life. For more information on our museum, archives, genealogy, multi-kits or any other of our historical resources and upcoming events, contact us.