Women’s History Month 2021

As late as the early 1900’s, women did not have voting rights, property rights, or even the right to be considered “persons” by law – a technicality that meant they could not become legislators, coroners, magistrates, jury members, or judges.

Christmas In Cranbrook

As the holiday season approaches, it’s hard to look forward to Christmas 2020 without comparing it to holidays past. As we work together to keep each other safe during the […]

Remembrance Day 2020

We may not be gathering to remember this year, but our veterans will not be forgotten. At the Cranbrook History Centre, we remember all who have served to protect our […]

5 Ways to Experience History this Summer

Looking for engaging and informative activities to do during a summer of social distancing? The Cranbrook History Centre at 57 Van Horne Street has a variety of programs and historical […]

Annual Train Roof Maintenance

  Annual Train Roof Maintenance.                 Every year it takes hundreds of volunteer hours and thousands of dollars to simply keep the Cranbrook […]

Thank You Lions Club!

 A big Thank You to the Cranbrook Lion’s Club! These guys did a great job building us some new shelves this past week. We want to recognize Fred Turetski, Roger […]

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