Sunnybrook Farm Museum

Programs and Services

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Description
Provides a place where individuals can learn about the evolution of rural life in Central Alberta.

Service offers:

  • opportunities for individuals to experience and learn about the evolution of rural life in Central Alberta during the 1880s to 1950s

Educational school programs include:

  • Pioneer Life - learn about pioneer life in central Alberta including plowing, seeding, haying, harvesting, and more 
  • Levers and Gears - learn how much weight can be moved with a lever or pulley, experiment at a number of stations, and apply this knowledge to graders, combines, and tractors
  • Harvest - experience pioneer harvest time and see how crops were harvested, how fuel is prepared, garden harvesting, grind grain into flour, and taste preserves

Summer Day Camps include:

  • feeding chickens
  • making butter
  • pumping water
  • cooking on a wood stove
  • farm chores
  • exploring an 1889 log home
  • weekly themes related to pioneer, nature, trades, and First Nations culture and history 

Also offers:

  • a calendar of events such as pie sales, old fashioned ham dinners, country fairs, lunches at the farm, the heritage breeds lawn show, barbeques, Pioneer Days Festival, and turkey suppers
  • venue rental and catering
Key Provider: interpretive staff, volunteers
Eligibility
Yes, Service targeted to:
  • Pioneer Life - Early Childhood Services (ECS) to grade 5 students
  • Levers and Gears - grade 4 students
  • Harvest - Early Childhood Services (ECS) to grade 5 students
  • Summer Day Camps - children 5 to 11 years
Museum exhibitions are open to the public.
Application Process
Service Access: See below, To access service:
  • walk - in / drop - in for museum exhibitions
  • or call to register for programming
Contact to book an appointment during off season (September to May).Referral Process: No

Waiting Period: No,
Telephone
403-340-3511
Fax
403-340-3574
Web Site
http://www.sunnybrookfarmmuseum.ca
Email
sbfs@shaw.ca
Fees
Fee: Yes,

Admission by cash donation. Fee varies based on programming. Contact for details.

Fee Reduction: No
Membership Fee: No
Accessibility
Wheelchair access: Yes - Other disabled access: No -
Legal Status
Registered Charity / Foundation
Last Updated On
December 7, 2020
Address
Sunnybrook Farm Museum; 2879 Botterill Crescent
Red Deer, AB, T4R 0T9
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Hours of Operation
Mon
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tue
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wed
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thu
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Fri
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM