Education Programs

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The Swift Current Museum offers the following education opportunities. Applicable municipal, provincial, and federal health restrictions will be enforced which may mean certain programming is unavailable or requires modification.

Upcoming Programing:

Something for Seniors

“Photographs and their Stories”- Join us for the launch of a new monthly program for Seniors on the third Thursday of every month.  Cost- Free No Registration Required.

Every month we will have a different program or activity.We will also have a few photos each month from the 1950’s forward for participants to engage with and jot down their memories

April 21st- Thursday 1pm "Gardening" Bring your gardening tips. 

School Programs:
Tours and in-classroom programs are available for elementary, middle and high school classes. To see a description of our current school programs, click here.

Community Programs:
Tours of the permanent and current temporary exhibitions are available for groups by appointment. Clubs and organizations coming for a tour are welcome to use the museum facilities to host their monthly meeting following the tour. As well, staff members of the Museum may be booked to give talks or lead programs off-site at your group meeting or event. For more information on community programs or tours, contact the Education & Public Programs Officer.

Senior Programs:
The Education & Public Programs Officer presents programs and give talks at senior's residences and care facilities in the City every second month.

Downtown and Cemetery Tours:
Historical downtown tours are offered every Saturday during the Market Square schedule in the summer. Cemetery tours are also offered regularly throughout the year. For more information on these tours, including when they are offered to the public, contact the Education & Public Programs Officer.

Other Opportunities:
The Museum's staff frequently provide programs and displays at special events in the community, such as the Credit Union Picnic in the Park and Market Square. Look for the museum booth at the next community event!