The Multicultural Heritage Centre has been preserving and promoting the history of Stony Plain for over 40 years. The Centre boasts a living museum which reflects local history, Western Canadian pioneer life and an art gallery promoting local artists as well as artists from all over Alberta and Canada.
While you’re at the Centre, a visit to the Homesteader’s Kitchen is a must. Our Homesteader’s Kitchen is famous for fresh bread, homemade soup and our many varieties of pies.
Alongside the Old Red Brick School House stands the Oppertshauser House, built in 1910.
The Centre offers many programs and events throughout the year. 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.
The Centre celebrates our agricultural heritage and our rural values. The arts, culture, sound agricultural practices and strong economic opportunities play pivotal roles in building our future.
We seek to engage local residents, businesses, governments, community organizations and visitors as we record, promote and celebrate the agricultural heritage, regional cultural roots and historic values of the Region including Stony Plain, Parkland County and Spruce Grove.
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