Culture | History | Community
The Multicultural Heritage Centre is located in the heart of Stony Plain, Alberta, and promotes community connections through the operation of a museum, public art gallery, adult and children programming, family events, as well as cultural and agricultural programs.
More than 45 years ago, a group of dedicated community members came together to prevent the demolition of the 1925 Stony Plain High School building. This commitment to the community grew into the Multicultural Heritage Centre which is now three large facilities on six acres of grounds. The Centre strives to be a community leader in cultural programming and events for the community it serves and visitors from all over the world.
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 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.
For a quick virtual tour of the Oppertshauser House and the Red Brick building, check out the Youtube video by Canadian History Ehx: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dut8sDwqQG8
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