ELECTRONIC DIGITAL SIGN

Electronic Digital Sign is an ongoing fundraising project at the heart of Sundre. Located atop the CIR building, the electronic digital sign is a create way to advertise local business, events, fundraisers and welcome messages. We have rates that are sure to fit everyones budget. Contact our office today and let us create a campaign for you. 

What do you get? 

Each electronic digital sign agreement provides you with 2 screen shots. Each screen shot provides up to 3 lines of text. Each line can hold up to 23 characters. We have forms you can fill in and forward to us OR alternatively, we can create a digital image for you. Simply forward us your logo and we can custom design a screen for you. 

Memorials
Special Events
Business
Events

Fees:

$7 per day

$35 per week

$600 for 6 months

$1000 for 1 year

ANTIQUE PHOTOS

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$50 Sitting fee

NOTE: This does not include museum admission rates. 

HOURS

DUE TO COVID WE ARE NOW CLOSED!

Thursday – Saturday: 10AM - 4PM

Sunday 1pm - 4pm

ADMISSION

SUMMER MONTHS

Family $30

Adults $10

Seniors (65+) / Youth: $8

6 & under: FREE

No charge for veterans 

    No charge for  CANOO

ADMISSION

WINTER MONTHS

Family $25

Adults $8

Seniors (65+) / Youth: $6

6 & under: FREE

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Phone: 403.638.3233 Fax: 403.638.3295 E-Mail: sundremuseum@telus.net Address: 211 - 1st Ave SW Box 314 Sundre, AB  T0M 1X0

Accessible for those with limited mobility

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The Sundre & District Historical Society would like to acknowledge that the Sundre & District Museum is located on Treaty 6 and 7 territories which have been the traditional meeting grounds, gathering place and travelling route for the Blackfoot Confederacy, Tsuu t'ina, Stoney Nakota and Region 3 Metis. We also wish to publicly acknowledge the many First Nations, Metis and Inuits whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.

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