SERG Alberta


Western History at a Grain Academy & Museum is a good fit for social studies

by admin - January 30th, 2017.
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First Nations people and bison, also known as buffalo, roamed Alberta’s prairies freely until the late 1800s when immigrants from Eastern Canada, United States and Europe began to file homesteads and populate the Canadian prairies.  Learn of their hardships, the importance of community and the establishment of towns and villages.  It is an intriguing story. This program along with many more are offered at the Grain Academy & Museum.

A Calgary teacher comments that the program covered a ton of intormation, a pleasure to learn.  A little gem on Stampede Park.  Shows off agricultre!  Calgary’s best kept secret, the Grain Academy & Museum located on the Plus 15 between the LRT and the BMO Centre at Stampede Park.

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