A Place In History
In-personHistory & heritage Intercultural Museum Storytelling Tour
Date and time
Alder Grove Heritage Society Community Museum & Archives
3190 271 Street
Directions: Little yellow building on the southeast corner of 32 Avenue and 271 Street. Additional parking available across the street at Philip Jackman Park. Formerly the telephone museum.
Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Offered in English.
Has gender-neutral washrooms.
Everyone has a Place In History, not just those who make the news. Come in and see how we are working to preserve Aldergrove's Place In History as well as learn how to research and document your own family's Place In History (or your community group, business, school, etc).
Alder Grove Heritage Society
The purpose of the Alder Grove Heritage Society is:
- To maintain and operate a community museum, archives, and Heritage House based on a collection policy reflecting the history and development of the Aldergrove region; including collecting, exhibition and conservation of artifacts, archives, heritage buildings and sites.
- To work towards a public awareness of the history and development of the Aldergrove area.
- To establish and maintain suitable quarters for the Society and the Museum's collections.
The Aldergrove Community Museum & Archives is open to the public from 12-4 on Sundays, as well as for special events such as Community Heritage Day, to name but one. The museum usually closes from the third Sunday in December until the second Sunday in January to give our volunteers a break for the holidays.