Heritage

We're here to preserve the history of Canada's Air Force. To educate visitors about the legacy of Canada's Airmen and Airwomen. To remember the sacrifices of Canadians in the defence of our nation.
Performers hold their voilins in a row, on the performance stage.
A youth music education organization primarily focused on preserving and promoting the Canadian heritage and art of folk fiddling. We develop leadership, confidence, discipline and time management, and expose youth ages 7-18 with local, provincial, national and international performance experiences.
A crew attends to a Spartan Mosquito CF-HMS in Canada’s Arctic.
We’ve insured that a World War II vintage de Havilland Mosquito bomber and a Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft would be retained in Calgary. Through restoration, all involved would be honoured and visitors could be educated about their significant place in Canadian history.
We are all about kids! We keep kids safe by providing vital intervention, education and prevention programs in partnership with the Calgary Police Service.
Canadian Music Centre Prairie Region
We are the catalyst that connects you to the ever-evolving world of Canadian musical creation through performance, education, and promotion. Our centre, with an extensive library of Canadian music scores is here to meet your needs. Whether you are a composer, performer, or simply looking for an...
The Three Sisters, Canmore
Telling the stories of the history and the mountains of the Canmore area at the Canmore Museum, the North West Mounted Police Barracks heritage building and through various outreach programs.
Chinook Arch Sunset Calgary
Our Society creates a greater understanding of Canadian and Albertan history. A “Museum of the Mind,” where we collect and tell stories of the many people that have made Calgary and Alberta the vibrant place it is today.
20 representatives of member groups at a members' night event, smiling and waving, posing for the camera
Affordable, inclusive community space for Calgary grass-roots and non-profit organizations.
Fort Calgary 1875
Our exhibits, education programs, and meeting space make this a place where we hear the story of how Calgary began, and come together to decide who we want to be.
Visitors at a Glenbow Launch Party
We are Western Canada’s largest museum, with over one million objects in our collection including works of art, cultural artifacts from around the world, and photographs and documents relating to the history of Western Canada. Our vision is for more people to experience art and culture more often....

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