The Fort la Reine Museum is getting SPOOKY the fifth annual GHOST WALK - A Halloween Experience. The Fort la Reine Museum’s village will be spookily transformed for the season into a candlelit HAUNTED VILLAGE! Expect the unexpected and Experience a Family Friendly Fright with Eerie Performers and Entertainment throughout the night, Sweets & Treats, Creepy Creatures, and a Night Alley Market throughout the Ghost walk held on two Saturday nights this year, from 6PM - 9 PM each night.
The Beyond Fiddles and Sashes exhibit tells the story of Metis people, culture, history and influence through their objects, photographs, and narratives.' 'Visitors will explore Metis roots in North America including the fur trade, voyageurs and domestic life. The history of the Metis is tied to the waves of settlement, the establishment and loss of communities, and the turbulent events of the 1870, including Louis Riel's defense of Metis interests!' www.fortlareinemuseum.com/BeyondFiddle&Sashes/
A former schoolhouse (1886) with text books, records, the Star Mound School Museum is located in a park noted for spring crocuses. A sacred Aboriginal site is also located here.
Open daily, April to October. Donations accepted.
Location: 3 km/2 mi. west and 1.6 km/1 mi. north of Snowflake.
Open July and August.
Monday - Friday: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Exploring the 20 buildings that make up the museum offers a unique opportunity to see and experience, first-hand, how early pioneer farmers lived and worked in the region more than 100 years ago. The museum features a historical village, agricultural village, a tourism center and a campground.