... but not quite yet. At this time the Crowsnest Museum and the Alberta Provincial Police Barracks - Crowsnest Pass are still closed to the public. We are working hard to get everything ready, securing supplies, and preparing the staff for reopening. Hopefully we can see you all very soon.
The staff at the Crowsnest Museum is continuing to work as best we can to serve our community. Work is continuing behind our closed doors and we can’t wait to see everyone again. Even though we want to have you visit the Museum as soon as possible, that isn’t possible yet. The Crowsnest Museum will NOT be ready to open in May even though museums have been permitted to reopen in the Government of Alberta’s Phase 1. At this point in time we simply are not able to offer a safe,
Over the past few weeks, since COVID-19 forced us into self-isolation, we have been trying to promote the Crowsnest Pass and feature some of the fantastic people of our region. The series At Home in the Crowsnest Pass are videos made by local Crowsnest Pass residents, taken in their homes, and telling you about cool things about the Pass, providing information or lessons, or just distracting you for a few minutes. It's been a great project and if anyone wants to send us a vid
It is a beautiful spring day, and it is also #GivingTuesdayNow! Please, if you are able, think of contributing, volunteer, or supporting a local group of charity today. Everyone is reeling from the chaos of #COVID19 and together we can get through it. The best way to help the Crowsnest Museum right now is to purchase an annual membership (www.crowsnestmuseum.ca/annual-memberships) or making a donation (www.canadahelps.org/…/chariti…/crowsnest-historical-society/). We hope tha