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Birch Hills & District Historical Society (Museum)

Box 693 Birch Hills, SK S0J 0G0
(306) 749-2262

You will find the museum at the West End of McCallum Ave. We are proud of our facility and services and we invite you to call in often.

We are open every Wednesday afternoon all year from 2 to 4 pm, for browsing, visiting and coffee. Feel free to make an appointment by calling 749-2961 or 749-2500.

Our Thrift Shop, located in the basement, is open every Wednesday from 9:00am – 4:00pm. Children’s and adult’s clothing, and all kinds of household articles are available. No furnature or electrical appliances. (Closed for the months of July & January, for the Volunteer’s holidays.)

Museum Events and Activities

Learning Our Heritage Day – Annual event held in June. This award-winning program brings heritage alive for young students, their parents and grandparents. The event is put on in co-operation with the school and involves many demonstrations and hands-on activities. Over 200 students take part and there are dozens of volunteers helping out.

Threshing Day and Family Fun Day – Our biggest yearly event is celebrated the second Sunday of August each year.

Centennial Memorial Wall is located at the front entrance of the Museum with over 275 plaques honoring pioneers and community builders. There are murals and memorial books containing their stories. We invite you to take part by honoring a deserving district resident and reading their stories. Brochures are available describing this project.